AQ Heater 3.1 Eng

AQ Heater 3.1 Eng
Heater Jacket
Model HJSA & HJSB
Manual
AQ Elteknik AB
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Heater Jacket
Model HJSA & HJSB
Manual version 3.1
August 2012
AQ Elteknik AB
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Table of contents
1. Manufactor information
4
CE Declaration of conformity
4
Limited Warranty
4
Warning
4
Manufacturer information
4
2. Introduction
5
3. Installing Heater Jacket
5
4. Cleaning
5
5. Connections
5
6. Technical specification
5
7. Material selection
5
8. Dismantling the Heater Jacket
5
9. Dimensions and weight
6
10. Accessories / Spare parts
6
11. Fault tracing
7
12. Dealer
7
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1.
Manufactor information
AQ Elteknik AB operates a policy of on-going development and reserves the right to make changes
and improvements to any of the products described in this manual without prior notice.
Under no circumstances shall AQ Elteknik AB be held responsible for any loss or indirect damage
howsoever caused. The contents of this document are provided as it is. AQ Elteknik AB reserves the
right to revise this document or withdraw it at any time without prior notice.
CE Declaration of Conformity
Manufacturer: AQ Elteknik AB Sweden declares, that the product:
Heater Jacket marked with CE-label conforms to the following standards:
EN 61000-6-2:2001, EN 61000-6-4:2001, EN55011 (Group 1, Class B).
Limited Warranty
AQ Elteknik AB gives its end customers a warranty that the Heater Jacket is free
from defects in its materials and operation for a period of one year from the date of purchase.
Should the Heater Jacket show signs of manufacturing defects or material defects
during the warranty period, AQ Elteknik AB will repair or replace the defective product at no charge.
The warranty becomes void immediately should the Heater Jacket, during the warranty
period, in any way be, modified, used incorrectly or be subject to tampering, abnormal working
conditions. Such as overheating or used in any other way than what is described in this manual.
The repair or replacement of other equipment in addition to the Heater Jacket can
not be provided under the terms of this warranty.
The purchaser pays the carriage charges to AQ Elteknik AB. AQ Elteknik AB can in no way be
held liable by the purchaser for damage caused to any other equipment.
Warning
The Heating Jacket may only be connected to one Heater Jacket Control Unit intended for this purpose.
Touching the Heater Jacket while in operation should only be done while wearing protective gloves
intended for handling hot products.
Flammable or heat sensitive materials must not be found closer than 15 cm from Heater Jacket.
The symbol on the Heater Jacket “Caution!, hot surface” figure 1, means that the surface can be scorching.
In order to avoid burn injuries, switch off the Heater Jacket and wait about 30 minutes before touching it.
When extending the Heater Jacket cables only cables supplied by AQ Elteknik AB may be used.
Cleaning may only be carried out when the Heater Jacket is at room temperature.
The Heater Jacket is manufactured with different supply voltages. The supply voltage to the Heater JacketControl Unit is governed by the prescribed supply voltage for Heater Jacket. When the supply voltage to
the Heater Jacket Control Unit is changed, Heater Jacket must also be changed.
Heater Jacket is not approved for use in Ex-classified environments.
Manufacturer information
Manufacturer: AQ Elteknik AB
Adress:
Alsikegatan 4
SE-753 23 Uppsala
Sweden
Phone:
+46 (0)18-18 34 30
Fax:
+46 (0)18-10 50 04
www.aqelteknik.se
Web:
E-mail:
[email protected]
Figure 1
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2.
Introduction
The Heater Jacket (HJ) is designed for use together with the intended liquid filter or gas filter in
industrial environments. All other use it considered to be inappropriate and is done at your own risk.
3.
Installing Heater Jacket
Place the HJ over the filter housing
Read the manual for “HJCU”, “HJCU-STEEL” or “HJCU-COM” or “HJCU-COM-S”
Connect the HJ to the Heater Jacket Control Unit
The HJ is now operational
4.
Cleaning
HJ is cleaned when at room temperature using ethyl alcohol 95% on a soft cloth.
5.
Connections
Heater Jacket
Heater
Temp. sensor
6.
Connector type
3-way male
2-way male
Connection
pin L & pin N
Description
Supply to Heating element
pin ­
Earth connection
pin 1
Temperature monitoring A
pin 2
Temperature monitoring B
Technical specification
Type
HJSB
HJSA
Supply voltage
1
Automatic overheating cut-out HJ
Maximum application temperature
Maximum operating time at 140°C
2
Temperature range (SV)
Normal working temperature
Temperature sensor type
Protection class
Ambient humidity
Steel material
Plastic material
Patent no.
100-120 VAC 50-60 Hz
155°C
140°C
400h
30°C – 140°C
30°C – 100°C
Pt 100
IP 65
10%-90%
Stainless acid proof 316L
Polyamide 66
0101275-6.
220-240 VAC 50-60 Hz
155°C
140°C
400h
30°C – 140°C
30°C – 100°C
Pt 100
IP 65
10%-90%
Stainless acid proof 316L
Polyamide 66
0101275-6.
7.
Material selection
All units & cables on the product are /shall be approved according to UL, CSA & CE.
8.
Dismantling the Heater Jacket
Recommendations when dismantling the HJ.
Switch off the voltage supply to the HJ and wait about 30 minutes or until the HJ is at room temperature.
Disconnect “Heat” and “Temp” connectors.
The HJ can then be removed from the filter housing.
1. HJ = Heater Jacket, HJSA, HJSB. The HJ is equipped with an automatic resetting, overheating cut-out that trips at 155 °C˚.
2. SV = Set value. Set working temperature. Shown on the regulator's display. See the manual for the Heater Jacket Control Unit “HJCU”.
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9.
Dimensions and weight
Outside dimensions apply unless otherwise stated. The height is measured from the top section of the top ring
to the lower section of the dome nut.
The column filter is an example of a filter housing that matches with each HJ.
Item no.
Filter
Width
mm
Height
mm
Top ring
Id
Weight
kg
Power
Supply
VAC
HJSA 089 - 572
Advanta 20"
123
572
89
5.0
800
230
HJSB 089 - 572
Advanta 20"
123
572
89
5.0
800
115
HJSA 089 - 318
Advanta 10"
123
318
89
3.0
400
230
HJSB 089 - 318
Advanta 10"
123
318
89
3.0
400
115
HJSA 102 - 274
PLT 10”
136
274
102
2.1
370
230
HJSA 089 - 185
Advanta 5”
123
185
89
1.8
200
230
HJSB 089 - 185
Advanta 5”
123
185
89
1.8
200
115
HJSA 073 - 130
Junior 440
107
130
73
1.4
100
230
HJSB 073 - 130
Junior 440
107
130
73
1.4
100
115
HJSA 104 - 302
Millipore* 10”
138
302
104
1,6
400
230
HJSB 104 - 302
Millipore* 10”
138
302
104
1,6
400
115
HJSA 104 - 155
Millipore* 5”
138
155
104
1,4
200
230
HJSB 104 - 155
Millipore* 5”
138
155
104
1,4
200
115
HJSA 101 – 302
Sartorius Std. 10” 136
302
102
1,6
400
230
HJSA 101 – 162
Sartorius Std. 5” 136
162
102
1,4
200
230
HJSA 076 – 136
Sartorius mini 5” 110
136
76
1,0
150
230
* Series 3000
10. Accessories/ Spare parts
Heater Jacket Control Unit
Item
Model
Size (WxLxH)
Item no.
Heater Jacket Control Unit
3
Heater Jacket Control Unit Communication
4
Heater Jacket Control Unit Current Communic.
5
Heater Jacket Control Unit Steel
230/115 VAC
230/115 VAC
230/115 VAC
230/115 VAC
125x175x100 mm
125x175x100 mm
125x175x100 mm
135x212(224)x117mm
HJCU
HJCU-COM
HJCU-COM-S
HJCU-STEEL
Supply and alarm connector without cable is included.
Figure 2
3. Heater Jacket Control Unit Communication – Communicates with RS-485
4. Heater Jacket Control Unit Current Communication - Communicates with 4-20mA DC
5. Heater Jacket Control Unit Steel made of steel 316L, Size In brackets includes mounting angles. See figure 2.
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Extension cables and alarm cables
Item
Length
Approval
Type
Item no.
Supply cable Control Unit Sweden
Supply cable Control Unit USA/Canada
2.0 metres
2.4 metres
CEE 7/VII
UL817, CSACC22.2 n 21
Y003-B/B
TA-3/2,4mG/SVT
CCUS
CCUU
Extension cable kit Heater Jacket
6
Extension cable kit Heater Jacket
6
Extension cable kit Heater Jacket
2.5 metres
5.0 metres
10.0 metres
CE, UL, CSA
CE, UL, CSA
CE, UL, CSA
Silflex, 3G1,0
Silflex, 3G1,0
Silflex, 3G1,0
HJEC-2M
HJEC-5M
HJEC-10M
Alarm Cable Heater Jacket
Alarm Cable Heater Jacket
Alarm Cable Heater Jacket
2.5 metres
5.0 metres
10.0 metres
CE, UL, CSA
CE, UL, CSA
CE, UL, CSA
Silflex, 3G1,0
Silflex, 3G1,0
Silflex, 3G1,0
HJAC-2M
HJAC-5M
HJAC-10M
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11. Fault tracing
Problem
Probable cause
HJ does not become warm
HJ becomes significantly
warmer than the set value
Corrective action
7
Power switch not pressed in on
the HJCU
Press the power switch on the
HJCU
No voltage
Check the incoming voltage
Blown fuse
Change the main fuse in the HJCU
(F1)
Faulty cable connection HJ
Check the connection
Short circuit in the HJ
Contact the dealer
Faulty cable connection Temp
Check the connection
HJCU or HJ faulty
Contact the dealer
Faulty temp element
Contact the dealer
Faulty overheating cut-out
Contact the dealer
Faulty HJCU
Contact the dealer
12. Dealer
Dealer:
Adress:
Phone:
Fax:
Web:
E-mail:
AQ Elteknik AB
Alsikegatan 4
SE-753 23 Uppsala
Sweden
+46 (0)18-18 34 30
+46 (0)18-10 50 04
www.aqelteknik.se
[email protected]
6. Cable kit includes two cables (Temp & Heater cables).
7. The Heater Jacket Control Unit (HJCU) must be disconnected from the main supply when working inside the enclosure.
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