operation and maintenance for electrically

operation and maintenance for electrically
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE FOR ELECTRICALLY OPERATED
ROLLER SHUTTER DOOR
Issue March 2017
In compliance with European Union Machinery Directive BS EN 13241-1:2003
Paramount 26 Ltd
Units 7 & 8 Euro court
Oliver close
Cosgrove road
West Thurrcok
RM20 3EE
Tel: 01708 863 546
Email: [email protected]
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Table of Contents
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Safety Notices
3
Operating Instructions
6
Manual Operation
6
Electric operation Direct Drive
6
Electric operation Chain Drive
6
Electric Operation Tubular Motor
7
Cleaning and Care
10
Emergency manual override
11
Maintenance and Service
13
Maintenance Log
14
CE Labelling
15
Safety Notices

This Paramount 26 door has been designed to be compliant to the latest European
CE Standards. On completion of install check to confirm the CE mark has been
affixed/completed.

Adding or removing parts may have an adverse effect on the operation and or
safety of your new door.

All users must read and understand safe use instructions prior to operating door.

Repairs to the door and control systems should be carried out by qualified service
personnel.

Fixed covers protect moving components, never remove covers or operate the
door with damaged covers.

In the event of the door jamming contact a qualified service agent immediately as
there is a possibility that the door may fall and cause injury.

Always isolate power to the door prior to carrying out any work.

Trained personnel only to carry out adjustments to the door.

Daily check that the safety edge and safety beams are operating correctly (If
fitted). Ensure that safety beam reflector lens is clean and in good condition. Check
for any damage to curtain, covers and bottom rail. Check that the door operates
smoothly. Report any damage immediately.

This Paramount 26 industrial Roller Shutter should only be operated by
suitable persons. Never let children operate and play with it.

Essentially, no people, animals or other objects should be near the opening
while the Roller Shutter is in operation.

When operating the Roller Shutter, it should always be in sight. (unless the
door is equipped with suitable monitored safety devices).

Never lean against the door curtain and/or guide track, take care that
fingers do not get caught in moving door curtain and/or other moving parts.

Never climb up using the door leaf.
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Never use the Paramount 26 Roller Shutter as a hoist.

Never interfere with a moving Paramount 26 Roller Shutter or moving
parts.

If the electric drive no longer functions, the Paramount 26 Roller Shutter
should always be operated manually. (if the motor is equipped with this
facility).

Ensure that your Paramount 26 Roller Shutter is fully functioning, and have the
safety features checked regularly (when first installed and at your own
discretion, but at least once a year) by a qualified firm, and ask for written
confirmation / record.

At least once a month, visually inspect your Paramount 26 Roller Shutter for
damage.
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Symbol for CUTTING, SNAGGING,
CRUSHING, PINCHING. DANGER from
moving parts
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Symbol for General DANGER
Symbol for ATTENTION
Description
Danger / Hazard
1 Maintenance
Ensure shutter is serviced in accordance with manufactures
recommendation (at least once a year) Document in writing,
this will increase dependant on environment and use of door
2 Electric Drive
Refer to manufactures instructions for correct and safe
operation of electric drive and other components.
Danger of pinching, catching, drawing in etc. Never lean in or
touch guides when door is in operation.
3 Guide Track
4 Control panel
Always ensure the person operating the control panel
has an unobstructed View of the moving door and
surrounds, if unable to provide this then relevant
safety devices must be used.
5 Rubber bottom seal
Never operate the door while persons are standing under the
moving door leaf.
6 Manual override
Never operate the manual operation device while the
shutter is moving, use of the manual operation should only
be carried out by competent persons
Large and heavy part of a door, potential to do harm so care
must be used always when in operation.
7 Door Curtain (lath)
8 Top of door
Potential of entrapment between curtain and barrel if door is
perforated or letterbox punched, use of safety devices both
sides of curtain at the head to be wired to the stop circuit to
prevent entrapment.
Please Note: Alterations to the Paramount 26 Roller Shutter or alterations
to the drive that are not in compliance with this manual will invalidate the
warranty and thus release the manufacturers from any liability. This also
includes damage resulting from incorrect operation, failure to follow the
instructions in this manual and/or poor maintenance and/or care of the
Paramount 26 Roller Shutter.
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Operating instructions
1. Manual operation
Tensioning or adjustment of the barrel should only be carried out by competent and
qualified fitters. On completion of the install the shutter should move in a controlled
manner without sudden tendency to either fall or rise in an uncontrolled manner.
Shutters designed without a safety brake should not be used to cover a door way and are
only designed for use over a window or special applications such as conveyor systems
where the likely hood of a single component failure is unlikely to cause injury to the user.
If there is doubt even in these applications, then the use of a safety brake or other device
to prevent sudden closure of the door in the event of single component failure should be
installed in accordance with the current regulations in place.
Use of the manual hand chain operation system is to be carried out in a controlled manner,
Sudden snatching of the hand chain can result in damage to the chain and drive
components, uncontrolled motion of the shutter with the hand chain being left
uncontrolled while in moving can result in injury to the operator when the chain snakes.
Any damage to the door from the above misuse or injury to the operator will invalidate
the warranty and Paramount 26 will not accept any liability for costs or injury caused.
2. Operation via electric motor (Direct Drive)
The direct drive motor design is recommended as being the safest option especially for
doors that have high or higher than normal usage.
This motor design includes an internal safety brake within the motor drive which
prevents the door from falling in an uncontrolled manner.
Use of the manual operation is prohibited while the motor is in use and will cause
serious damage to the operator.
Operation and wiring of this motor will necessitate reference to the operator manuals
for the motor and control panel which can be provided separately.
3. Operation via electric motor (Chain drive)
The Chain driven motor utilized on the Paramount 26 shutter must always be used in
conjunction with an inertia brake device which should always be wired into the stop
or safety circuit of the controls to prevent any damage in the event the brake engages.
Frequent inspection of the drive chain should be undertaken with the chain being
cleaned and lubricated at regular intervals (not less than once per year) but increasing
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in frequency dependant on the use and conditions operation, dusty and damp
conditions can lead to premature failure.
Use of the manual operation is Prohibited while the motor is in use and will cause
serious damage to the operator.
Operation and wiring of this motor will necessitate reference to the operator manuals
for the motor and control panel which can be provided separately.
4. Operation via electric motor (Tube motor)
The Tube motor utilized on the Paramount 26 shutter must always be used in conjunction
with an inertia brake device which should always be wired into the stop or safety circuit
of the controls to prevent any damage in the event the brake engages.
Use of the manual operation is Prohibited while the motor is in use and will cause
serious damage to the operator.
Manual operation of this motor can vary and advice should be sought for instruction of the
specific type used on your door.
Heavy usage (more than 4 x per hour) will significantly reduce the life of this motor and
invalidate the warranty, this motor type is designed for low usage doors with space
restrictions due to its very small size.
Various control options exist for this motor type and installation and commission of these
should be in conjunction with the relevant instructions.
Operating Method
Push button control
The push button control station
will be fitted in a safe position
where the operator can see the
shutter throughout its travel.
Rocker Switch control
The rocker switch will be fitted
in a safe position where the
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To open/operate the
shutter
To close/stop the shutter
Push the button marked and
the shutter will be raised until it
is fully opened where it will stop
automatically by means of an
open limit switch.
Push the button marked and
0
maintain pressure on the button
until the shutter is fully closed
where it will stop automatically
by means of a close limit switch.
The control is constant pressure,
‘dead man’ or ‘hold to run’ type
and if released whilst the
shutter is in downward motion
will stop the shutter. Maintain
pressure on the button to
continue operation.
Push on the rocker switch to
open or close as marked and
maintain pressure on the button
until the shutter is fully closed
where it will stop automatically
Push on the rocker switch to
open or close as marked and
maintain pressure on the button
until the shutter is fully closed
where it will stop automatically
operator can see the shutter
throughout its travel.
by means of an end limit switch.
The control is constant
pressure, ‘dead man’ or ‘hold to
run’ type and if released whilst
the shutter is in motion will stop
the shutter. Maintain pressure
on the button to continue
operation.
by means of an end limit switch.
The control is constant pressure,
‘dead man’ or ‘hold to run’ type
and if released whilst the
shutter is in motion will stop the
shutter. Maintain pressure on
the button to continue
operation.
Key Switch control
Insert the key and turn in the
direction marked ‘open’
maintain pressure on the key
until the shutter is fully open
where it will stop automatically
by means of an open limit
switch. The control is constant
pressure, ‘dead man’ or ‘hold to
run’ type and if released whilst
the shutter is in motion will stop
the shutter. Maintain pressure
on the button to continue
operation.
Insert the key and turn in the
direction marked ‘closed’.
Control is the same as the open
operation.
Direct the transmitter toward
the shutter, press the relevant*
button to open or close the
shutter. Pressing the relevant*
button again will reverse the
direction of travel. The shutter
will travel to the fully open or
closed position and will stop
automatically.
Direct the transmitter toward
the shutter, press the relevant*
button and the shutter will stop
moving. The relevant* button
initiates further movement.
The key switch control station
will be fitted in a safe position
where the operator can see the
shutter throughout its travel.
Remote Control
Remote control will be via a
hand held or key fob
transmitter. Use only in line of
sight of the shutter and watch
the shutter to the closed/open
position.
*depending on the type of remote
control
**To change handset batteries
follow the instructions separately
supplied with the handsets.
Optional Operating/Safety/Control
Safety beam/photocell
If a safety edge and/or photoelectric safety beam is provided to
stop the shutter when an obstacle is encountered, the control is
wired like the open operation i.e. when the button is pressed and
released the shutter will run to the fully closed position.
Radar Detector
Radar detectors can be provided to detect vehicle or personnel
movement near the shutter, they are useful where high traffic flow
is expected and it is desirable for the shutter to remain closed as
much as possible.
To open the shutter
Approach the door slowly, the door will rise to the open position.
Wait for the door to open fully. Ensure the area is clear of other
users and proceed through the door carefully. Always ensure you
have activated the control before proceeding through the doorway.
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The door will usually be fitted with an optional automatic timed
return facility and will close automatically.
Photocell
Induction Loop
Auto Timed Return Facility
A photocell beam can be provided across the width of the opening,
if the beam is broken by vehicles or personnel the door will open
automatically.
To open the shutter
Approach the door slowly, the door will automatically rise to the
open position. Stop and wait for the door to open fully. Ensure the
area is clear of other users and proceed through the door carefully.
Always ensure you have activated the control before proceeding
through the doorway. The door will usually be fitted with an
optional automatic timed return facility and will close
automatically.
Induction loops are embedded under the surface of the floor and
can detect metal vehicles.
To open the shutter
Approach the door with vehicle slowly; the door will automatically
rise to the open position. Stop and wait for the door to open fully.
Ensure the area is clear of other users and proceed through the
door carefully. Always ensure you have
Activated the control before proceeding through the doorway. The
door will usually be fitted with an optional automatic timed return
facility and will close automatically.
Once the door has reached the fully open position it will remain
there for a pre-determined adjustable period before automatically
descending to the closed position. The door will also be equipped
with a safety photocell mounted 900mm from floor level that
directs a beam across the opening and a safety edge mounted to the
underside of the leading edge of the curtain.
Should the beam be broken or the safety edge encounter an
obstruction while the door is closing, the door will stop and return
to the open position. The door will automatically attempt to close
again. The sequence will be repeated until the obstruction is
cleared.
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Do not approach the door at speed, there may be an obstruction on the other side of the
door or it may not move as expected resulting in damage or injury.
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Do not attempt to use the door when it is already open.
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Do not attempt to pass through the door until it is fully open
×
Never proceed through a closing door
×
Do not linger near the doorway
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Do not leave obstructions around the doorway
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Cleaning and Care
1. Galvanized lath
Laths manufactured from galvanized steel section are designed for external applications and
require little or no maintenance under normal operating conditions. Any general build-up of dust
or grime should be removed with a damp cloth using a proprietary soap and water mixture.
2. Plastisol lath
Laths manufactured from HP 200 Plastisol coated steel sections require little maintenance under
normal conditions. Any general build-up of dust or grime should be treated as above.
3. Guide Channels
The Bottom of the guide channels should be kept clear of debris build up daily. Build up may cause
the door to jam and not close properly. Simple brushing or scraping away of debris will suffice.
4. Winding Gear, Motor Units & Barrel Assemblies
Winding gear, motor units (electric doors) & barrel assemblies are generally under cover at high
level and do not require regular cleaning between planned maintenance visits. However, if there
is a heavy build-up of dirt then consideration of increasing maintenance visit frequency must be
taken.
5. Powder Coated Surface
To retain the aesthetic qualities and the expected long-term durability of the powder coating
system, it is important that the coating is cleaned regularly. The frequency of cleaning depends
upon the environment in which the powder coating is in service. For areas of ‘normal’ urban
environment we recommend a maximum period of 12 months between cleaning operations,
unless any undue soiling is apparent on the coating, in which case cleaning should be more
frequent. In areas of high pollution, coastal, marine and swimming pool environments cleaning
should be carried out every 3 months.
It should be noted that one of the conditions of the Powder Coating Guarantee is that the coating is
cleaned at the specified frequency and that the building occupier retains proof of cleaning. These
cleaning records would be needed should a claim arise against the guarantee. Cleaning of the powder
coating is an important part of the routine maintenance of any building. It is for this reason that we
advise that only companies who specialise in this type of work are used for large commercial cleaning
operations.
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Emergency Manual Override
In the event of power failure, it is possible to manually lift the door to the open position
as follows;
Safety first - when using a high-level system always gain access in a safe manner.
Always isolate the power supply before using the manual override.
Single phase tubular motor driven shutters
 Locate eye assembly projecting below motor assembly.
 Use removable crank handle supplied with the shutter, fit this to the eye assembly
and wind in the appropriate direction to operate the shutter.
 On larger shutters (above 20M2 approx.) it may be necessary to pull the hand
crank down till a click is heard prior to winding up and down. Once complete, push
the hand crank till a click is heard enabling power operation once the supply is reestablished.
 Always watch the door to ensure it moves in the direction intended. Winding the
door too far up or down will damage the motor.
Industrial motor/gearbox driven shutters
Low level hauling chain
 Locate the red and green brake release handles and the manual haul chain
suspended from the motor at one side of the door.
 Pull on the Red brake release handle to disengage motor brake.
 Operate the manual haul chain to move the door in the direction intended.
 Pull on the green handle to re-engage motor brake and enable operation once
power is re-established.
 Always watch the door to ensure it moves in the direction intended. Hauling the
door too far up or down will damage the motor.
High Level Hauling Chains
 Locate the hauling chains suspended from the motor at one side of the door.
 At high level lift the hauling chain off the motor interlock switch and onto the chain
wheel.
 Operate the manual haul chain to move the door in the direction intended
 Lift the haul chain off the chain wheel and back onto the interlock switch to enable
operation once power is re-established.
 Always watch the door to ensure it moves in the direction intended. Hauling the
door too far up or down will damage the motor.
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High Level Hand Crank
 Use removable crank handle supplied with the shutter, fit this to the socket at the
back of the motor and wind in the intended direction to operate the shutter.
 On completion remove the crank from the motor
 Always watch the door to ensure it moves in the direction intended. Hauling the
door too far up or down will damage the motor.
Please Note: The manual override system is designed for use during a power
failure. Its purpose is to either open a door to gain access or close a door to give
security. It is not intended for day to day use to operate the door prior to site wiring.
Repeated use will damage the assembly and void the warranty.
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Daily
Visual
Check
Weekly
Visual
Service
Visit
Check door operation/condition
V
V
V
Check safety edge (option)
V
V
V
Check safety photocell (option)
V
V
V
Check emergency stop (option)
V
V
V
Check input devices
V
V
V
Check audio / visual warning (option)
V
V
V
V
V
Check manual override
Check structure mounting bolts
V
Check motor mounting bolts
V
Check endplate mounting angle bolts
V
Check roller shaft bearing bolts
V
Check covers & cover fixings
V
Check guide fixings & condition
V
Check condition of controls
V
Check motor brake (where fitted)
V
Check drive chain tension & condition where applicable
V
Check gearbox oil levels where applicable
V
Check condition of safety brake (where fitted)
V
Maintenance and Service
Door Cycles per Day
Up to 15
Up to 30
Up to 45
Over 45
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Recommended Maintenance
Period
6
Months
4 Months
3 Months
2 Months
Maintenance log
The following log should be used to record routine inspections, repairs and service
visits.
Date
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Visit
Type
Signed
Detail
CE labelling and compliance with standards
This Paramount 26 door has been
provided with a CE label as required by
the relevant standard, this should be
affixed to the door on completion and
should not be removed.
This standard is a European requirement
and supporting documentation is
available on request.
Essential Characteristics
Air permeability
Dangerous Substances
Definition of geometry of glass components
Durability of watertightness, thermal resistance
and air permeability against degradation
Mechanical resistance and stability
Operating forces for power operated doors
Resistance to wind load
Safe opening for vertically moving doors
Thermal resistance
Watertightness
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Declared performance
NPD
Pass
NPD
NPD
Pass
Pass
Class +5;-5
Pass
N/A
N/A
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