200-ST I-D

CENTRAL UNIT APPLICATOR

TECHNICAL MANUAL

SERIES 200-ST

• INTRODUCTION TO THE SERIES ML – 200- ST CENTRAL UNIT APPLICATOR

TABLE OF CONTENTS Page

Safety summary

Technical specifications of the Series ML-200-ST Central Unit Applicator

• Brief description of how to use this manual

• Front control panel description for Series ML-200-ST Central Unit Applicator

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Control Panel for the Central Unit Applicator I. 4

TABLE OF CONTENTS

ON/OFF switch for the ML-200--ST Central Unit Applicator

Temperature display and modification, and manual activation of standby

Temperature display and adjustment

ON/OFF operation of standby

Program timer, daily automatic ON/OFF function and daily start-up and shutdown of standby

Data Information

Function operation

LED functions

Programming in "CLOCK" mode

Time set to present hour and day

Program set for automatic connect and disconnect timer

Program set for automatic activate and deactivate standby timer

Breakdown, overheating or sensor breakage signal

Overheating

Temperature sensor breakage

Alarm system hot-melt level too low in tank (optional)

Gas flow regulator system (optional)

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Main for general protection

ON/OFF switch

Temperature readout and adjustment

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• INSTALLATION MANUAL FOR THE CENTRAL UNIT APPLICATORS

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction

Supplies and running environment and siting conditions required for the installation of the Central Unit Applicators

Fittings and Accessories supplied by with the Central Units

Other equipment required for installation

Tools required for installation

Operating environment

Siting conditions for the Central Units

Dimensions and weights of the Series 200-ST Central Units

Assembly and hookup for the Central Units and their accessories

Electrical power supply for the Central Unit Applicators

Maximum system power requirement, according to electrical supply type

Air supply for the Central Unit Applicators

Hookup terminal for the Series 200-ST Central Unit Applicators

Accessories hookup for the Series 200-ST Central Unit Applicators

Gun Installation

Installation of the hoses and hookups between Central Units - hoses - guns

Installation of the Accessories for the Series 200-ST Central Unit Applicators

Single-acting guns

Double-acting guns

Installation of peripheral control leads

Installation of the input electrical power at external power supply to Parent

Machine Interlock, and remote activation of standby

Installation of remote activation of "standby"

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Guarantee card

Dimensions and weight of ML-200-ST model

Electrical wiring connections

Series 200-ST Central Unit Applicators control board diagram

Installation of guns

Hose hookup to Applicator Central Unit

Electrical wiring of Solenoid Valve 3/2

Pneumatic hookup of Solenoid valve 3/2

Electrical wiring of Solenoid valve 4/2

Pneumatic hookup of Solenoid Valve 4/2

Installation of peripheral control leads

Installation of the input electrical power at external power supply to Parent Machine and remote activation of "standby"

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• OPERATING MANUAL FOR THE CENTRAL UNIT APPLICATORS

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WARNING

Introduction

Loading adhesive into the Central Unit Applicator

Operating the air pressure of the Series 200-ST Central Unit.

Tank level monitoring

Practical advice to the user

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• MAINTENANCE FOR THE CENTRAL UNIT APPLICATORS

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction

Temperatures

Electrical supply

Air pressure supply

General cleaning and yearly servicing of the Central Unit

General cleaning

Tank cleaning

Tank drainage

Cleaning of hydraulic circuit and hoses

Cleaning guns and nozzles

Filter change

Pump filter change

Pump filter mesh change

Complete pump filter change

Tank input filter change

Inline filter change

Bogging control for Hot-Melt

Spare parts

Electrical diagram of connections wiring

Electrical diagram Series 200-ST Central Unit Applicators

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• C.U APPLICATOR SERIES 200-ST-ND

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Spare parts compatible unit ML-200-ST-ND

Electrical diagram C.U. Applicator series 200-ST-ND

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Pressure adjustment gauge

Tank drainage components

Pump filter set

Inlet filter set

Disassembly of inline filters

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INTRODUCTION TO THE

ML-200-ST SERIES

CENTRAL UNIT APPLICATOR

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WARNING

WARNING:

Failure to follow the recommendations in this manual may result in serious personal injuries such as burns or powerful electrical shock. THIS MAY EVEN

RESULT IN DEATH.

WARNING:

Any tampering with the inside components of the Central Unit Applicator may cause great personal injuries such as burns or powerful electrical shocks.

THIS MAY EVEN RESULT IN DEATH.

WARNING:

The Central Unit Applicators work at high temperatures. Failure to comply with the recommendations given in this manual may result in serious personal injuries such as burns or powerful electrical shock. THIS MAY EVEN

CAUSE DEATH.

WARNING:

The Central Unit Applicators work at high hydraulic pressures. Failure to follow the instructions given in this manual may result in serious personal injuries such as burns or electrocution. THIS MAY EVEN RESULT IN DEATH.

WARNING:

The running temperatures indicated for all of the heating components must mandatorily be within the margins recommended by the manufacturer for the adhesive used. Failure to comply with these recommendations may cause serious consequences to the durability of the inside components of the Central Unit

Applicators.

WARNING:

The Central Unit Applicators are not designed for the use of reactive adhesives.

Their use causes irreparable damage to the Central Unit Applicator.

Technical specifications of the ML-200-ST Central Unit

Applicator

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GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS

• Central Unit Applicator with a highly performing piston pump with a wide range of applications. Simple and manageable programming for all the outlet components.

• Series "standby ". This partial reduction in the temperature of the Central Unit

Applicator avoids early oxidation of the adhesive.

• Weekly program timer for the daily startup and shutdown of system as well as the start-up and shutdown of the "standby".

• Simultaneous display of the programmed temperatures and real temperatures.

• Outlet for input electrical power at external power supply for Parent Machine

Interlock.

• Automatic detection of outlet connections.

• Complete safety system.

• Meets the CE/EML standards.

• Level monitor (optional).

• Inert gas injector for easily oxidated adhesives (optional).

• Use of 400 V current without neutral.

• Anti-moisture device for the series.

ELECTRONIC CONTROL

The operation and the globalized programming of the 200-ST Series is simple, accurate and conceived to serve the user's convenience. The latest technological advances in controls as well as in components of top grade quality have been used to construct the electronic card in order to guarantee a dependable and lasting performance.

Special protection against electronic noise.

It meets all the European EMC standards.

It has got digital display readout of all the heating areas, program timer, and maintenance and alarm signals.

There are up to 13 areas of independent temperature control (depending on model).

P.I.D. control with precision accuracy of set point temperature control.

Technical Specifications for the ML-200-ST Central

Unit Applicator

Electrical supply

Tank Volume

Fusion capacity*

Pump capacity*

Number of hydraulic/electrical outlets

Range of viscosities

Range of temperatures

Thermal precision

Pneumatic feeding pressure

Hydraulic relation

Tank electrical power

Maximum electrical power for system

Weight Kg.

Protection point

CE/EMC approval

* Depending on adhesive

Level detector w. low level alarm outlet

400 V without neutral

Gasification system for use of easily oxidized adhesives

THERMAL SPECIFICATIONS

The compact construction of the solidary PUMP-TANK block with a bottom pump offers total control of the Hot-Melt temperature throughout the hydraulic circuit. At the same time a rapid fusion speed has been achieved while using minimal electrical consumption.

Due to the hermetically sealed tank via floating lid, smoke escape is avoided and the adhesive is protected from early oxidation. A wide- angle lid opening allows adhesive loading from any position. The ample-sized loading port makes loading Hot-

Melt easy.

PNEUMATIC AND PUMPING SPECIFICATIONS

The pump system features a continuous steady flow thanks to a well-designed block of tank-pump-pneumatic system:

• The operation via piston pump with the exclusive compensation large volume valve allows a totally uniform hydraulic pressure for the adhesive.

• The patented pneumatic assembly has a fully mechanized design which features strength and durability. The high-speed piston change significantly helps maintain continuous steady flow of the adhesive.

• The recirculation of the Hot-Melt avoids burnt residue build-up as well as wear on the mechanical components.

SAFETY

It features constant self-monitoring and display of damaged components as well as protection against overheating.

The independent signal for the input electrical power at external supply to the

Parent Machine Interlock allows control of the Parent Machine start-up when the adhesive has reached running temperature.

Three highly performing filter systems for the adhesive.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

ML-242-ST

CENTRAL UNIT APPLICATOR

ML-260-ST ML-210-ST ML-225-ST

230V single-phase 230V single-phase 230V Threephase; 400V Threephase+ N.

4050 cm 3 6900 cm 3 11000 cm 3 25000 cm 3

6 Kg/h 9,8 Kg/h 16,5 Kg/h 29,2 Kg/h

2

29,6 Kg/h

2/4 2/4/6

180 -35.000 c.p.s.

2/4/6

2.000 W.

3.600 W.

30

70 - 230°C / 158 - 446 °F

±0.5°C / ±0.9°F

0,5 - 6 Kg/cm 2

13,624

2.000 W.

3.000 W.

3.000 W.

3.600/3.600/7.900 W. 3.600/3.600/10.200 W 3.600/3.600/10.200 W

37 54 75

IP 54

Yes

OPTIONS

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Brief description of how to use this manual

This manual is designed to provide you with a working tool to help you easily operate and program the

Central Unit Applicator.

The installation, operating and maintenance of the C.U.

Applicator each have their own section.

At the beginning of the manual is a

Table of Contents in which all the functions, all the assembly components as well as all the necessary operating and maintenance details for any given moment can be found.

In addition a list of all the error and alarm messages which could appear while using the C.U. Applicator has been added, as well as a list of spare parts and an electrical system diagram.

WE RECOMMEND THAT YOU

READ THIS MANUAL BEFORE

STARTING UP THE C.U.

APPLICATOR.

STRICT OBSERVANCE OF ALL

THE SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS

AND DANGER WARNINGS MUST BE

FOLLOWED AT ALL TIMES.

Description of the control board of the ML-200 ST

Central Application Unit

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4

1

2

3

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6

SET POINT ºC

ON/OFF

meler

APLICADORES DE HOT - MELT, S.A.

R

3

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7

6

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5

10

9

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LED indicator of the component whose temperature is displayed on the screen. Tension resistance outlet indicator

2.

Buttons for program selection and modification of data that appears on screen

3.

Screen display to show information

4.

Selection buttons to the temperature control components

5.

TIME MODE button to display or to modify daily program

6.

Button with LED indicator for manual start-up and shutdown of the equipment

7.

Activate and deactivate button to standby

8. LED indicator to "Parent Machine

Interlock"

9.

LED indicator "pump activated"

10. LED indicator "standby" status

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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS FOR

THE ML-200-ST CENTRAL UNIT

APPLICATOR

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1

WARNING

WARNING:

Failure to follow the recommendations in this manual may result in serious personal injuries such as burns or powerful electrical shock. THIS MAY EVEN

RESULT IN DEATH.

WARNING:

Any tampering with the inside components of the Central Unit Applicator may cause great personal injuries such as burns or powerful electrical shocks.

THIS MAY EVEN RESULT IN DEATH.

WARNING:

The Central Unit Applicators work at high temperatures. Failure to comply with the recommendations given in this manual may result in serious personal injuries such as burns or powerful electrical shock. THIS MAY EVEN

CAUSE DEATH.

WARNING:

The Central Unit Applicators work at high hydraulic pressures. Failure to follow the instructions given in this manual may result in serious personal injuries such as burns or electrocution. THIS MAY EVEN RESULT IN DEATH.

WARNING:

The running temperatures indicated for all of the heating components must mandatorily be within the margins recommended by the manufacturer for the adhesive used. Failure to comply with these recommendations may cause serious consequences to the durability of the inside components of the Central Unit

Applicators.

WARNING:

The Central Unit Applicators are not designed for the use of reactive adhesives.

Their use causes irreparable damage to the Central Unit Applicator.

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ON/OFF switch for the

ML-200-ST Central Unit

Applicator

NOTE:

The Central Unit is equipped with a main switch for general protection, which will be permanently in the "ON" position. (FIG. 2)

WARNING: The main switch for general protection in the "OFF" position will not interrupt the general supply.

WARNING: Danger of electrical shock if the internal components of the

C.U. Applicator are tampered with

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ON/OFF

The Central Unit begins running by pushing the ON/OFF button. (FIG. 3)

The Central Unit can be connected manually at any time, even if it were at disconnected status through the automatic daily connect - disconnect programming.

Push the ON/OFF button to disconnect the equipment. (FIG. 3)

Temperature display and modification, and manual activation of "standby"

Temperature display and adjustment

WARNING

WARNING:

The running temperatures indicated for all of the heating components must mandatorily be within the margins recommended by the manufacturer for the adhesive used. Failure to comply with these recommendations may cause serious consequences to the durability of the inside components of the Central Unit

Applicators.

WARNING:

The Central Unit Applicators are not designed for the use of reactive adhesives.

Their use causes irreparable damage to the Central Unit of Application.

To display or modify the temperature of the various components, push the selection buttons (4) until the flashing stops on the LED of the component to be displayed or modified. See FIG..4

The following step is to raise or lower the temperature through the UP/DOWN buttons (2).

A display readout of the set temperatures can be achieved at any time by pushing the channel selectors (4).

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Channel selection

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1

2

3

4

5

6

Temperature selection

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ON/OFF operation of

"standby"

230ºC

70ºC

Standby start-up

Program timer, daily automatic ON/OFF function and daily start-up and shutdown of "standby"

230ºC

70ºC

Standby shutdown

The clock on the Series ML-200-ST allows:

• Display of the actual time.

• Programming the automatic start-up and shutdown times for the Central Unit

Applicator for every day of the week.

• Programming the automatic start-up and shutdown of the "standby" for every day of the week.

The program status is continuously indicted. The general start-up system programming status as well as the "standby" status are shown via glowing, flashing or unlit LED's.

Data information

Clock information, current days and the automatic set times scheduled for start-up.

The hour clock shows the present hour and minutes.

SET POINT

1 3

°C

2 3

The program timer shows the start-up time on the left-hand side screen and the shutdown time on the right-hand side screen.

SET POINT

1 3. 3

°C

1 8. 2

• The hours are shown in whole numbers, and the minutes are coded in fractions of 15 minutes.

Start-up time:

13h45

• The days of the week are shown using digital symbols of 1 - 7.

Shutdown time:

18h30

0 = 0 minutes

1 = 15 minutes

2 = 30 minutes

3 = 45 minutes

= 13.23 hours

Button functions

2) - Clock mode set:

- Time program confirmation

(ENTER):

3) Standby:

4) C.U. start-up and shutdown:

ON/OFF

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LED functions

Type of LED

1) ON/OFF

2) Standby

3) Heating Channels

4) Parent machine interlock (free of power)

"Pump activated" indicator

OFF

LED status

ON

• C.U. Applicator is heating up.

• No automatic program for that day..

• C.U. Applicator is disconnected.

FLASHING

• C. U. Applicator activated, but automatic program is activated for the current day.

• Going into "CLOCK" mode by pushing

• Standby deactivated.

• No program for that day.

• Standby activated and

C.U. Applicator activated.

• Going into automatic programming mode for standby.

• Automatic program activated for that day.

• Corresponding component has reached indicated temperature.

• Connection open.

• Pump is not activated.

• Corresponding component is heating up to reach indicated temperature

• Connection closed, adhesive at running temperature, parent machine can begin operating.

• Pump activated, adhesive is at running temperature.

• The corresponding component is close to reach indicated temperature.

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Programming in "CLOCK" mode

Start the C.U. Applicator by pushing the ON/OFF button in order to

ON/OFF

program

Time set to present hour and day

To set the present time, push the button and the number "0" will appear on the screen. Press the button again and the present time will appear on the display.

The hour is adjusted by pushing the buttons. To confirm the new time, press and change the minutes shown (the display on the right). Push the button again, and procede to change to the present day.

A digit from 1 - 7 appears on the display which represents the day of the present week. This number can be changed by using the buttons. Press the button one more time and a "0" will appear again on the display. To get back to temperature mode, wait 15" or press the channel selection buttons.

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Program set for automatic connect and disconnect timer

To program the automatic connect and disconnect timer, press the and the number "0" will appear on the display. Choose the day to be programmed (1

- 7) by pressing the buttons . Press the button again. The connect time (in fractions of 15 Min.) will appear on the display on the left, and on the display on the right the disconnect time.

By using the buttons, the connect time can be modified, then press the to confirm or adjust the disconnect time. To program the following day, select by pressing the and push the again to procede with the programming.

Program set for automatic activate and deactivate standby timer

To set the activate and deactivate automatic program for the standby timer, push the and the number "0" will appear on the display. Press the button, and day "1" will appear on the display on the right. Select the desired day of the week to be programmed by pressing the . Press the again. On the display on the left, the standby activate time will appear (in fractions of 15 Min.), and on the right-hand display the deactivate time will be shown. The connect time can be adjusted by pressing the buttons. To program the following day, select by pressing the and push the again to procede with the programming.

Breakdown, overheating or sensor breakage signal

The permanent, self-monitoring system of the ML-200-ST Central Unit

Applicator controls each heating component at its stated temperature and at its sensor temperature.

At any given time if there is a breakdown detected, the digital display will show where the fault lies and will automatically begin to run safety measures which protect the application process as well as the Central Unit

Applicator.

Overheating

Overheating is the state when any component passes 225ºC.

Code

ERR 100

ERR 101

ERR 102

ERR 103

ERR 104

ERR 105

ERR 106

ERR 107

ERR 108

ERR 109

ERR 110

ERR 111

ERR 112

Detected breakdown

Tank overheating

Hose 1 overheating

Gun 1 overheating

Hose 2 overheating

Gun 2 overheating

Hose 3 overheating

Gun 3 overheating

Hose 4 overheating

Gun 4 overheating

Hose 5 overheating

Gun 5 overheating

Hose 6 overheating

Gun 6 overheating

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Temperature Sensor

Breakage

In the event of breakage of any heating component sensor, the display will show the channel code number where the overheating has taken place.

Code Detected breakdown

ERR 0 Tank sensor breakage

ERR 1 Hose 1 sensor breakage

ERR 2 Gun 1 sensor breakage

ERR 3 Hose 2 sensor breakage

ERR 4 Gun 2 sensor breakage

ERR 5 Hose 3 sensor breakage

ERR 6 Gun 3 sensor breakage

ERR 7 Hose 4 sensor breakage

ERR 8 Gun 4 sensor breakage

ERR 9 Hose 5 sensor breakage

ERR 10 Gun 5 sensor breakage

ERR 11 Hose 6 sensor breakage

ERR 12 Gun 6 sensor breakage

Alarm system hot-melt level too low in tank

(optional)

Gas flow regulator system

(optional)

This system detects adhesive low level by means of a level control sensor built into the Hot-Melt tank. The alarm with input electrical power at external power supply can be used to activate a glowing or ringing or any other kind of alarm system.

As an option, the Central Unit Applicator has a range unit for inert gas system dispenser system available (for CO2, N2, etc.), which automatically injects gas into the tank at regular intervals. This system is recommended when easily oxidated adhesives are used (those that have Polyamide, polyolephine based adhesives, etc).

The range unit includes four timers : two one -timing circuits and two two- timing circuits for the injection time (inverted) and for the pause between injections. A LED indicates when the range unit is in pause, and another LED indicates when the injection is activated.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

Time delay ranges of the first timer circuit for relais activation.

Absolute Time scale for precision of the first timer circuit.

Time delay ranges of the second timer circuit for relais activation.

Absolute Time scale for precision of the second timer circuit.

Status indication by 2 LED’s

Un Supply voltage (green)

R Relais closed (yelow)

Connection diagramm (see on side)

A1/A2 Powersupply

15/16/18 Connection Relais

Timescales

Absolute Sacles

0.1-1s

1-10s

6-60s

1.10min

6-60min

1-10h

10-100h

Delay ranges

0.1-1s

1-10s

6-60s

1.10min

6-60min

1-10h

10-100h

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CENTRAL UNIT

APPLICATOR INSTALLATION

MANUAL

WARNING

WARNING:

Failure to follow the recommendations in this manual may result in serious personal injuries such as burns or powerful electrical shock. THIS MAY EVEN

RESULT IN DEATH.

WARNING:

Any tampering with the inside components of the Central Unit Applicator may cause great personal injuries such as burns or powerful electrical shocks.

THIS MAY EVEN RESULT IN DEATH.

WARNING:

The Central Unit Applicators work at high temperatures. Failure to comply with the recommendations given in this manual may result in serious personal injuries such as burns or powerful electrical shock. THIS MAY EVEN

CAUSE DEATH.

WARNING:

The Central Unit Applicators work at high hydraulic pressures. Failure to follow the instructions given in this manual may result in serious personal injuries such as burns or electrocution. THIS MAY EVEN RESULT IN DEATH.

WARNING:

The running temperatures indicated for all of the heating components must mandatorily be within the margins recommended by the manufacturer for the adhesive used. Failure to comply with these recommendations may cause serious consequences to the durability of the inside components of the Central Unit

Applicators.

WARNING:

The Central Unit Applicators are not designed for the use of reactive adhesives.

Their use causes irreparable damage to the Central Unit Applicator.

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Introduction

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Before installing and running your Central Unit Applicator, we suggest you take the time to fill out the user's warranty card with all the necessary information (see Fig. 5).

This card gives you the right to your warranty and assures you getting a periodic follow-up of your Central Unit. In the event that you did not receive this card, do not hesitate to ask your dealer for one.

The installation of the Central Unit Applicators should be done by a

QUALIFIED TECHNICIAN in order to guarantee its correct hookup and operating.

This manual will give details in three sections on the following:

a) The material, the environmental conditions needed and space required for its installation.

b) Central Unit connection to the electrical and pneumatic power supply.

c) The start-up and end control.

WARRANTY CARD

BONDING EQUIPMENT INFORMATION MELER MACHINE MANUFACT. OR DISTRIBUTER

TYPE NAME

MODEL

SERIAL NR.

MANUFACTURING DATE

ADDRESS

CITY/TOWN

PROVINCE

MELER BONDING EQUIPMENT USER MACHINE INFORMATION

NAME TYPE

ADDRESS

TOWN/CITY

PROVINCE

MAKE

MODEL

SUPPLIES AND RUNNING ENVIRONMENT AND

SITING CONDITIONS REQUIRED FOR THE

INSTALLATION OF THE CENTRAL UNIT

APPLICATORS

Fittings and accessories supplied by with the Central Units

Other equipment required for installation

The Central Unit Applicators comes with the following standard fittings and accessories:

1 x

1 x

1 x

1 x

1 x

1 x

45° male tube elbow for the hose connection

90° male tube elbow for the hose connector double filter screen

Tank filter screen

Automatic outlet connector / standby remote start-up

Technical manual

By order, will likewise supply the following fittings and accessories needed to finish the Central Unit installation:

Guns

Hoses

Nozzles

Gun brackets

Wiring (depending on the circuit setup)

Hose clamps

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Tools required for the installation

Operating Environment

1 x Allen wrench ø 6

1 x Set of 9 - 22 wrenches

1 x Medium-sized flat screwdriver

1 x Medium-sized phillips screwdriver

Electrician's protective gloves

Protective goggles

The ambient operating temperature must be between:

- 5 and + 50 ° C

In humid working conditions or in areas where strong chemical agents such as bleach are used, our series' anti-moisture device protects the bonding system from early corrosion.

In dusty working areas it is essential to avoid getting dirt into the tank while filling with adhesive. The lid must always remain closed.

Siting conditions for the

Central Unit

In order to plan and decide the siting for the Central Units, factors of a practical, technical and economic nature must be kept in mind. If there is any doubt, contact a SERVICE TECHNICIAN.

Practical factors

We advise you to install the Central Unit Applicator in an easily accessible place meaning not only its controls and filters, but also its Hot-Melt filling tank.

At the same time, care must be taken to avoid objects falling into the filling tank and into the hard adhesive container provided by your regular supplier.

It must also be kept in mind that the Central Unit lets off heat when it is running, so the operate must work at a safe distance form the Unit.

Technical factors

Fig. 6 shows the dimensions and the weights of the different Central Unit models.

a. A secure mounting must be guaranteed. The structure designated for mounting must be designed to be able to hold the weight of the Central Unit plus the adhesive load with no problem.

b. The Central Unit Applicators are designed to support vibrations from the machinery. However, it is advisable to reduce this factor to a minimum as in the long run, these vibrations will cause negative effects on all the mechanical, electrical and electronic components.

Economic factors

Take care to situate the Central Units as close as possible to the desired application in order to minimize the length of the hoses. However, the technical requirements for the hoses must be respected as far as the radius of maximum flexibility is concerned (see technical sheet attached to hoses).

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Dimensions and weights of the Series 200-ST Central

Unit

Fig. 6

GD-200

LD-200

L

1

2

3

4

5

6

SET POINT ºC

PN/OF

K

meler

G

B

M

E

H

A

F

I

E

F

G

H

A

B

C

D

I

K

L

M (optional

LD-200/GD-200)

WeightKg.

ML-240-ST

592

300

267

525

100

331

280

202

140

423

30

DIMENSIONS mm.

ML-260-ST

590

326

320

580

127

331

306

30

ø 9

202

160

449

280

195

503

ML-210-ST

690

380

380

715

190

365

260

37 48

ML-225-ST

690

380

555

890

190

365

360

280

195

503

62

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Electrical power supply for the Central Unit

Applicators

ASSEMBLY AND HOOKUP FOR THE CENTRAL

UNITS AND THEIR ACCESSORIES

The Central Unit Applicators have three different types of electrical installation: a) 400 V Three-phase + Neutral + Ground b) 230 V Three-phase + Ground c) 230 V Single-phase + Ground

See Fig. 7 below for the correct connection:

Fig. 7

Electrical wiring hookup

MONOPHASE TRIPHASE + NEUTRAL

+ +

T N

Cable

Section: 4

Cable

Section: 2,5

Cable

Section: 1,5

In order to achieve a correct installation, proper wiring must be used. Each type of supply has its own specific wires: a) 400 V Three-phase + Neutral + Ground = 5 x 1.5 mm 2 Wire b) 230 V Three-phase + Ground = 4 x 2.5 mm 2 Wire c) 230 V Single-phase + Ground = 3 x 4.0 mm 2 Wire

To connect, unscrew the main circuit breaker enclosure plate located on the bottom right of the Central Units. Procede as indicated in Fig. 7.

WARNING: The Central Units are equipped with a series of protective circuit breakers; however, an incorrect installation can cause serious damage to the electronic components.

Maximum system power requirement, according to electrical current supply

Model

ML-242-ST

ML-262-ST

ML-264-ST

ML-212-ST

ML-214-ST

ML-216-ST

ML-225/2-ST

ML-225/4-ST

ML-225/6-ST

Tank (W)

2000

2000

2000

3000

3000

3000

3000

3000

3000

*Not valid for powers over: 600 W.

230 V

1.600 W

1.600 W

1.600 W

*

*

*

*

*

*

3 x 230 V 3 x 400 V+N

Total Hose/Gun (W)

---

1.600 W

1.600 W

*

*

*

*

*

*

---

2.600 W

4.900 W

2.600 W

4.900 W

7.200 W

2.600 W

4.900 W

7.200 W

Per channel

900 W

1.300 W

1.300 W

1.300 W

1.300 W

1.300 W

1.300 W

1.300 W

1.300 W

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Air supply for the Central

Unit Applicators

The pneumatic components of the Series ML-200-ST Central Unit

Applicator will be supplied with air at a pressure no higher than 6 kg/cm

2

.

In order to achieve this, a ø 4/6 nylon® tube is needed, keeping in mind the required length for the siting area, then the hookup can be done by connecting it to the pneumatic connector at the back of the Central Unit Applicator (5). Set the

Central Unit Applicator air regulator at “0” kg/cm

2

.

WARNING: The air system should have a good filter system with an adequate supply of dry air to ensure optimum performance of the Central Unit

Applicator (non-lubricated air).

Series ML-200-ST

Central Unit Applicator control board diagram

Fig. 8

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1.

Electrical hose hookups

2.

Outlet: main machine interlock

Inlet: automatic activation of the standby remote control

3.

Electrical supply inlet

4.

Main circuit breaker (location varies with model)

5.

Air supply

6.

Bleeder Valve (according to model)

7.

Filter (location varies with model)

8. Hydraulic hookup for hoses/guns

NOTE: For information concerning the electrical wiring, see schematic diagrams included in this manual.

Accessories hookup for the Series 200-ST Central

Unit Applicators

Gun installation

After having installed the Central Units, the guns must be properly installed in the position desired, then the hoses are hooked up. The hoses are placed in their desired position, and then must be fastened with clamps.

The following step is to install all of the remaining fittings. The flexibility radius cannot be less than 150 mm. At the same time any axial bending of the guns must be avoided. For mobile hose installation, ask our service technicians.

Every gun comes equipped with a heat insulator (2) which must be placed between the gun and the mounting retainer. This insulator avoids heat diffusion from the gun and guarantees its proper heating function.

Fig. 9

Installation of the hoses and hookups between

Central Units - hoses guns

Once the accessories have been installed in their correct positions, They must then be connected to the Central Unit Applicators, following the diagram below

( Fig. 10). The following models of connectors are available:

WARNING: In order to mechanically hook up the hoses, the guns and the

Central Unit Applicators one to another, we highly recommend that the components be at approximately the same temperature as the softening point temperature of the adhesive, because to the contrary, there exists DANGER OF STRIPPING THE

THREADS.

WORK WITH THERMAL PROTECTIVE GLOVES

Mechanically hook up each hose to its corresponding gun, screwing the hose connector to the gun male connector. In order to do this, it must be kept in mind that the side of the hose that is screwed to the gun is the one that has the connector with eight female poles, where the gun will be electrically connected after. The first turn of the connector must be done manually without the aid of any tools, so that this goes smoothly into its correct position. After tighten the connector with a wrench.

Connect each hose to the Central Unit mechanically. To do this, the pump caps, removed by using a 6mm Allen's wrench (see Fig. 10). Screw the connector to the hose, then hook up the hose following the same procedure as for the gun.

Fig. 10

Connector

Hose

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Connection of the

Accessories for the Series

200-ST Central Unit

Applicators

The pneumatic connector has an O- ring at one of its ends. This is the end that will be screwed to the pump body. For the 45° and 90° connectors, once the hoses have been positioned, the locknut must be tightened to hermetically seal the outlet and avoid it from being twisted.

WARNING: We highly advise you to switch the Central Unit Applicator off when doing the electrical hookup for the hose and other fittings.

WARNING: We recommend that cooling areas of the adhesive be avoided, for example in the connectors. If they are needed to carry out the installation, protective thermal sleeves should be used (Re: 29000032).

The solenoid valves are installed directly in the metal tubes of the guns.

Installation and hookup of solenoid valves

Single-acting guns

- Electrical wiring

The electrical wiring in the solenoid valve connector is done according to the following diagram.

Fig. 11

230 V AC : F and N into 1 and 2 indifferently.

Ground: into its symbol

24 V DC : + in 1 in 2

- Pneumatic hookup

Procedure a ø 4/6 nylon® tube long enough to do the job is needed. Procede to hook it up.

The air inlet will be done through connector 1. Outlet 2 through the pneumatic connector to the metal tube of the gun. No other type of fixing is needed for the solenoid valve. The muffler is screwed to outlet 3. See Fig. 12.

WARNING: A good air filter system and an adequate supply of dry air is essential in order to guarantee optimum performance of all the components (nonlubricated air).

Fig. 12

Double-acting guns

- Electrical wiring

The electrical wiring in the solenoid valve connector is done according to the following diagram. See

Fig. 13.

Fig. 13

230 V AC : F and N into 1 and 2 indifferently.

Ground: into its symbol

24 V DC : + in 1 in 2

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Series 200-ST Central Unit

Applicators accessories hookup

- Pneumatic connection

Procedure a ø 4/6 nylon® tube long enough to do the job is needed. Hook it up.

The air inlet will be done from the IN connector. The A and B outlets will be connected through the pneumatic connector to the metal tubes 1 and 2 respectively of the guns. No other type of fitting is needed for the solenoid valves. The muffler is screwed to the EX outlet. See Fig. 12.

WARNING: A good filter system and an adequate supply of dry air are essential in order to guarantee optimum performance of all the components (non-lubricated air).

Fig. 14

Installation of the peripheral control leads

In order to avoid any interference in the performance of the electronic control or microprocessor components of the Central Unit Applicator, the following instructions must be strictly observed.

Separate the 230/400 wires from the rest of the peripheral control wires (dry contact Parent Machine Interlock, photoelectric cells, encoder, solenoid valves, pressure deviators, etc.) to a minimum distance of 200 mm.

Fig. 15

INSTALACION CORRECTA INSTALACION INCORRECTA

230/400 V

230/400 V

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Installation of the input electrical power at external power supply to Parent

Machine Interlock, and remote activation of standby

The Parent Machine Interlock open contact is a low-power signal which energizes a relay.

This relay can activate any electrically powered component of the Parent

Machine. To activate the remote control Standby, follow the installation diagram below. The start-up is through the corresponding contact closure.

3

4

2

1

Fig. 16

CORRECT INSTALLATION

STAND-BY / CONNECTION

PARENT MACHINE

230/400 V

"Economy"

Connection

24 V

Relais

M

Installation of the

"Standby" remote activation

24 V

ó

230/400 V

3

4

2

1

INCORRECT INSTALLATION

M

In order to trip the standby remote activation, the corresponding contact must be closed by means of a relay run by an external power supply (Parent Machine,

PLC., Etc.)

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11

OPERATING MANUAL FOR THE

CENTRAL UNIT

APPLICATORS

IV.

1

WARNING

WARNING:

Failure to follow the recommendations in this manual may result in serious personal injuries such as burns or powerful electrical shock. THIS MAY EVEN

RESULT IN DEATH.

WARNING:

Any tampering with the inside components of the Central Unit Applicator may cause great personal injuries such as burns or powerful electrical shocks.

THIS MAY EVEN RESULT IN DEATH.

WARNING:

The Central Unit Applicators work at high temperatures. Failure to comply with the recommendations given in this manual may result in serious personal injuries such as burns or powerful electrical shock. THIS MAY EVEN

CAUSE DEATH.

WARNING:

The Central Unit Applicators work at high hydraulic pressures. Failure to follow the instructions given in this manual may result in serious personal injuries such as burns or electrocution. THIS MAY EVEN RESULT IN DEATH.

WARNING:

The running temperatures indicated for all of the heating components must mandatorily be within the margins recommended by the manufacturer for the adhesive used. Failure to comply with these recommendations may cause serious consequences to the durability of the inside components of the Central Unit

Applicators.

WARNING:

The Central Unit Applicators are not designed for the use of reactive adhesives.

Their use causes irreparable damage to the Central Unit Applicator.

IV.

2

WARNING The Central Unit Applicator runs at high temperatures.

The incorrect use or manipulation of this unit may cause serious burns.

Introduction

Loading adhesive into the

Central Unit

Applicator

This manual summarizes the main components for basic bonding operations.

For information about temperature programming, see the manual,

"TEMPERATURE SET AND CONTROL".

This section describes loading the adhesive, using the pneumatic pressure, monitoring the tank adhesive level, and at the end we include some general, practical recommendations for using the Central Unit Applicator.

Loading will be done from the top part of the tank, which has a Teflon coating and which is sufficiently accessible in order to load the adhesive. It will also be equipped with a lid having a specially designed floating closure system which guarantees a perfectly smooth vacuum for the whole surface.

The lid must always be kept closed, and it is to be opened only to load the adhesive so that no foreign bodies or objects get into the tank.

Operating the air pressure of the

Series 200-ST Central

Units

The compressed air gives the Central Unit the hydraulic pressure needed for operation. This compressed air is controlled by means of a regulator located on the bottom part of the front of the Central Unit.

The Central Units allow the pneumatic pressure values to be regulated between 0 and 6 kg/cm

2

, according to the specific needs of the application.

Flow rate regulation

Practical advice to the user

Depending on needs, the adhesive flow rate is regulated by means of several components:

1.- The temperature of the adhesive, which necessarily has to be within the limits recommended by the manufacturer.

2.- The pneumatic pressure, controlled by means of a regulator located on the front panel of the Central Unit.

3.- The diameter of the diffusion for the outlet nozzle.

4.- The adhesive's viscosity, depending on the user's technical requirements.

With the same viscosity, the adhesive flow rate is directly proportional to the temperature, the pneumatic pressure, and the diffusion diameter of the nozzle.

• Do not go over the temperature recommended by the adhesive manufacturer.

• When the Central Unit is not going to be used for several hours, activating the Standby or disconnecting it is recommended.

IV.

3

V.

1

MAINTENANCE FOR THE

CENTRAL UNIT APPLICATORS

WARNING

WARNING:

Failure to follow the recommendations in this manual may result in serious personal injuries such as burns or powerful electrical shock. THIS MAY EVEN

RESULT IN DEATH.

WARNING:

Any tampering with the inside components of the Central Unit Applicator may cause great personal injuries such as burns or powerful electrical shocks.

THIS MAY EVEN RESULT IN DEATH.

WARNING:

The Central Unit Applicators work at high temperatures. Failure to comply with the recommendations given in this manual may result in serious personal injuries such as burns or powerful electrical shock. THIS MAY EVEN

CAUSE DEATH.

WARNING:

The Central Unit Applicators work at high hydraulic pressures. Failure to follow the instructions given in this manual may result in serious personal injuries such as burns or electrocution. THIS MAY EVEN RESULT IN DEATH.

WARNING:

The running temperatures indicated for all of the heating components must mandatorily be within the margins recommended by the manufacturer for the adhesive used. Failure to comply with these recommendations may cause serious consequences to the durability of the inside components of the Central Unit

Applicators.

WARNING:

The Central Unit Applicators are not designed for the use of reactive adhesives.

Their use causes irreparable damage to the Central Unit Applicator.

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2

Introduction

Temperatures

Electrical power supply

Air pressure supply

General cleaning and yearly servicing of the

Central Unit

General cleaning

The objective of proper use and preventative maintenance of the

Central Unit Applicators is to optimize the durability of your installation.

ANY MANIPULATION OF THE

CENTRAL UNIT APPLICATOR

MUST BE DONE BY AN

AUTHORIZED TECHNICIAN.

For a proper use, read the complete manual. We resume the main points which are necessary for a good conservation of the properties of the

Central Unit.

The temperatures to be chosen for the Central Unit are those recommended by the Hot-Melt manufacturer specifically for their product. Under no circumstances should you go over those limits. Lower the temperature of the Central Unit during transitional breaks in production:

1. < 4 hours; activate "standby".

2. > 4 hours; disconnect the Central Unit.

Avoid tension fluctuations.

The air supply must be clean and dry. Use a filter and an air dryer.

We recommend a general cleaning and change of filters every three months, as well as a check-up of all the equipment for the Central Unit Applicator once a year, to be done by a technician authorized by .

Tank cleaning

WARNING: HIGH TEMPERATURES USED,

DANGER HIGH PRESSURE OF HOT-MELT,

RISK OF SERIOUS BURNS

The Central Unit tank as well as the insides of the hoses have a Teflon® coating to make the cleaning easier and prevent burnt residue accumulating on the interior walls.

Before beginning the cleaning process, prepare the following equipment:

- Metal container for the adhesive.

- Thermal protective gloves.

- Safety goggles.

The following procedure must be carried out exactly as explained and in that order:

Heat the Central Unit and peripheral fittings to their normal running temperature.

Lower the air pressure to zero by means of the pressure regulator on the front panel of the Central Unit, and remove the remaining pressure in the hydraulic circuit by manually activating the solenoid valve of the connected gun.

Fig. 17

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3

Tank drainage

Remove the pump cap and empty the tank, raising the pressure of the gauge little by little.

WARNING: All used and dirty adhesive must be discarded, never reused.

Fig. 18

Cleaning of hydraulic circuit and hoses

VALVE

When the tank is empty, use a soft, absorbent rag to clean the residue at the bottom of the tank. USE THERMAL PROTECTIVE GLOVES to prevent injury from high temperatures.

Remove the tank filter, the pump filter and the inline filter. If there are no inline filters, mechanically loosen the hoses from the guns.

Put the pump cap on again and the pump filter cap back, but wait on the filter.

Fill the tank half-way and wait for it to melt.

Straighten out the hoses and little by little raise the pump pressure with the gauge. Empty the contaminated Hot-Melt in the hoses into a metal container.

When all of the Hot-Melt has been drained, regulate the pump pressure at "0".

NOTE: If you set the temperature slightly lower than its normal operating temperature, the adhesive has a better cleaning capacity.

Cleaning guns and nozzles

Filter change

Remove the nozzles from the unit, and clean them while hot using compressed air or using a special cleaning kit (code 06P003016). Use a hot air gun, not a torch, to heat the nozzle.

Reconnect the guns to the hoses.

Fill the tank with 1 - 1.5 kg. of Hot-Melt, and wait for it to become molten.

Raise the pressure in the pump. Manually activate the solenoid valves to completely clean the circuit of Hot-Melt in the pump, hoses, guns and injection units. When the Hot-Melt comes out completely clean, stop the pump and recheck all clamps and joints, making sure they are securely tightened.

Put the nozzles back into the units.

The mesh of the pump and inline filters are changed according to the following instructions.

WARNING: For filter change, lower the input pneumatic pressure to "0", and eliminate the remaining pressure by manually triggering the guns.

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4

Pump filter change

WARNING: Relieve all system air pressure.

• Stop the pump, and protect it against any unforeseen start-up.

• Open up the gun, and keep it open throughout the filter changing process.

Remove the hexagonal cap (5) from the Central Unit filter pump using a Nr 17 wrench, and take the whole filter unit out using a suitable tool, such as a longnose pliers.

WARNING! GRAVE DANGER OF BURNS!

ALWAYS WEAR THERMAL PROTECTIVE GLOVES!

Fig. 19

Pump filter mesh change

Complete pump filter change

Disassemble the filter and change the filter mesh (this can only be done while hot ). To do this, loosen the nut that holds the screen down and take out the dirty mesh (2),thoroughly clean the filter body (1).

Change the mesh for a new one ( code 10100051) and put the filter back into its original position.

Take out the entire filter unit by loosening the hexagonal cap, and replace it with a new one.

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5

Tank input filter change

Remove the protective screen from the bottom of the tank. Using a Nr 17 wrench, unscrew the filter unit located at the bottom of the tank, and remove it.

Unscrew the washer (1) and while hot, take the filter out (2). Clean the filter body thoroughly and replace the mesh with a new one ( 10100171) (see

Fig.

20). Put the unit back into its correct position, tightening a bit using a Nr 17 wrench, then put the protective screen back.

3

Fig. 20

2 1

Inline filter change

In the event of your Applicator coming equipped with an inline filter system, located where the hose and gun are joined, unscrew this joint, and disassemble the inline unit. Take the mesh out of the filter, clean the body of the unit thoroughly, then put a new mesh in the filter. Procede to assemble the fittings together again. ( see Fig. 21 )

Fig. 21

Bogging control for Hot-

Melt

The bogging of Hot-Melt control is done by visually checking the joints between the various fittings and components as well as the unions of the gear pump.

In the event that a leak is detected, tighten clamps and nuts.

In the event of a leak in the pump or between the module and the gun, consult our after-sales service.

V.

6

SPARE PARTS

WARNING

WARNING:

Failure to follow the recommendations in this manual may result in serious personal injuries such as burns or powerful electrical shock. THIS MAY EVEN

RESULT IN DEATH.

WARNING:

Any tampering with the inside components of the Central Unit Applicator may cause great personal injuries such as burns or powerful electrical shocks.

THIS MAY EVEN RESULT IN DEATH.

WARNING:

The Central Unit Applicators work at high temperatures. Failure to comply with the recommendations given in this manual may result in serious personal injuries such as burns or powerful electrical shock. THIS MAY EVEN

CAUSE DEATH.

WARNING:

The Central Unit Applicators work at high hydraulic pressures. Failure to follow the instructions given in this manual may result in serious personal injuries such as burns or electrocution. THIS MAY EVEN RESULT IN DEATH.

WARNING:

The running temperatures indicated for all of the heating components must mandatorily be within the margins recommended by the manufacturer for the adhesive used. Failure to comply with these recommendations may cause serious consequences to the durability of the inside components of the Central Unit

Applicators.

WARNING:

The Central Unit Applicators are not designed for the use of reactive adhesives.

Their use causes irreparable damage to the Central Unit Applicator.

V.

7

SPARE PARTS

V.

8

Spare parts

V.

9

SERIES 240-ST (4 Kg.)

Nr REFERENCE DESCRIPTION

1 10000204 Front control board ML-242-ST

3

4

1.1

2

10010300

10120047

10020024

10120048

6 ampere fuse (Series 100 )

Card tray mounting (Series 140-U)

Transformer (Series 200)

Card tray mounting housing (Series 140-U)

SERIES 260-ST (6 Kg.)

Nr REFERENCE DESCRIPTION

1 10000205 Front control panel ML-202-ST

2

3

1

1.1

4

10000206

10010300

10120018

10020024

10120019

Front control panel ML-204-ST

6 ampere fuse (Series 300/400)

Card tray mounting (Series 200)

Transformer (Series 200)

Card tray mounting housing (Series 200)

SERIES 210-ST (11 Kg.)

Nr REFERENCE DESCRIPTION

1 10000205 Front control panel ML-202-ST

3

4

1

1

1.1

2

10000206

10000207

10010300

10120077

10020024

10120054

Front control panel ML-204-ST

Front control panel ML-206-ST

6 ampere fuse (Series 300/400)

Card tray mounting (Series 210/225)

Transformer (Series 200)

Card tray mounting housing (Series 400)

SERIES 225-ST (25 Kg.)

Nr REFERENCE DESCRIPTION

1 10000205 Front control panel ML-202-ST

3

4

1

1

1.1

2

10000206

10000207

10010300

10120077

10020024

10120054

Front control panel ML-204-ST

Front control panel ML-206-ST

6 ampere fuse (Series 300/400)

Card tray mounting (Series 210/225)

Transformer (Series 200)

Card tray mounting housing (Series 400)

Spare parts

5

5,1

SERIES 240-ST (4 Kg.)

Nr REFERENCE DESCRIPTION

5 10120050 Tank housing with lid (Series 140-U)

5.1

10120092 Screw to fasten down housing (M4X8)

SERIES 260-ST (6 Kg.)

Nr REFERENCE DESCRIPTION

5 10120022 Tank housing with lid (Series 260)

5.1

10120092 Screw to fasten down housing (M4X8)

SERIES 210-ST (11 Kg.)

Nr REFERENCE DESCRIPTION

5 10120075 Tank housing with lid (Series 210)

5.1

10120092 Screw to fasten down housing (M4X8)

SERIES 225-ST (25 Kg.)

Nr REFERENCE DESCRIPTION

5 10120078 Tank housing with lid (Series 225)

5.1

10120092 Screw to fasten down housing (M4X8)

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10

Spare parts

13

6

8

7

12

11

9

10

SERIES 240-ST (4 Kg.)

Nr REFERENCE DESCRIPTION

6 10120021 Quick-air input fitting

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

16010003

16010010

10120010

10030008

10110031

10110030

10120061

Complete 8 -pin female plug (wall) PT 100

5-pin female plug (wall, automatic)

Pump fasten screw (Serie s 100)

Circuit breaker 16 A (Series 140-U)

Pressure regulator

“Meler” gauge

Cradle housing (G.C.) (Series 100)

SERIES 260-ST (6 Kg.)

Nr REFERENCE DESCRIPTION

6 10120021 Quick-air input fitting

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

16010003

16010010

10120079

10030005

10110031

10110030

10120063

Complete 8 -pin female plug (wall) PT 100

5-pin female plug (wall, automatic)

Pump fasten screw (Serie s 260)

15 ampere three-pole automatic

Pressure regulator

“Meler” gauge

Cradle housing (G.C.) (Series 260)

SERIES 210-ST (11 Kg.)

Nr REFERENCE DESCRIPTION

6

7

10120021

16010003

Quick-air input fitting

Complete 8 -pin female plug (wall) PT 100

8

9

10

11

12

13

16010010

10120080

10030005

10110031

10110030

10120074

5-pin female plug (wall, automatic)

Pump fasten screw (Serie s 400)

15 ampere three -pole automatic

Pressure regulator

“Meler” gauge

Cradle housing (G.C.) (Series 210)

SERIES 225-ST (25 Kg.)

Nr REFERENCE DESCRIPTION

6 10120021 Quick-air input fitting

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

16010003

16010010

10120080

10030005

10110031

10110030

10120074

Complete 8 pin female plug (wall) PT100

5 -pin female plug (Wall, automatic)

Pump fasten screw (Series 400)

15 ampere three-pole automatic

Regulateur de pression

“Meler” gauge

Cradle housing (G.C.) (Series 210)

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11

Spare parts

SERIES 240-ST (4 Kg.)

Nr REFERENCE DESCRIPTION

14 10120006 Mantle insulation (Series 100)

15

16

17

18

10140069

10120052

10120001

10100070

18.1

10100071

18.1

10100086

18.1

10100085

20 10120030

21.1

10120011

22 10120028

23

24

10030009

10030006

25 10020011

26 10100025

Tank port silicon joint (Series 100)

Tank port housing (Series 140-U)

Tank strainer (Series 100)

Flat tank filter

Flat tank filter screen

Flat tank filter screen, extra-thick

Flat tank filter, extra-thick

Recovery fitting

Teflon-coated tank (Series 100) 2.000 W.

Tank spacer/insulation kit 100/200

Safety thermostat 240°C

Tank hook-up fitting-electrical lead 210/400

PT-100 Tank Sensor

Inlet valve fitting

V.

12

Spare parts

V.

13

SERIES 260-ST (6 Kg.)

Nr REFERENCE DESCRIPTION

14 10120008 Mantle insulation (Series 260)

15

16

17

18

10140070

10120024

10120025

10100070

18.1

10100071

18.1

10100086

18.1

10100085

20 10120030

21 10120046

21.1

10120026

22 10120028

23 10030009

24

25

10030006

10020011

26 10100025

Tank port silicon joint (Series 260)

Tank port housing (Series 260-U)

Tank strainer (Series 260)

Flat tank filter

Flat tank filter screen

Flat tank filter screen, extra-thick

Flat tank filter, extra-thick

Recovery fitting

Complete tank assembly (series 260)

Teflon coated tank (Series 260)

Tank spacer/insulation kit 100/200

Safety thermostat 240° C.

Tank hook-up fitting-electrical lead 210/400

PT-100 Tank Sensor

Inlet valve fitting

SERIES 210-ST (11 Kg.)

Nr REFERENCE DESCRIPTION

14 10120007 Mantle insulation (Series 300/400,7-11 Kg.)

15

16

17

18

10140007

10120066

10120003

10100070

18.1

10100071

18.1

10100086

18.1

10100085

20 10100098

21 10120072

21.1

10120065

22 10120081

23 10030009

24

25

10030007

10020011

26 10100025

Tank port silicon joint (Series 400/600)

Tank port housing ML-410/210

Tank strainer (Series 300/ML-410)

Flat tank filter

Flat tank filter screen

Flat tank filter screen, extra-thick

Flat tank filter, extra-thick

Perforated screw for tank recovery

Complete tank assembly (Series ML-210/410)

Teflon coated tank (Series 210/410)

Tank spacer/insulation kit 210/225

Safety thermostat 240° C.

Electrical lead (Series 100/200)

PT-100 Tank Sensor

Inlet valve fitting

SERIES 225-ST (25 Kg.)

Nr REFERENCE DESCRIPTION

14 10110035 Mantle insulation (Series 325/425)

15

16

17

18

10140007

10120057

10120003

10100070

18.1

10100071

18.1

10100086

18.1

10100085

20 10100098

21 10120058

21.1

10120076

22 10120081

23 10030009

24

25

10030007

10020011

26 10100025

Tank port silicon joint (Series 400/600)

Tank port housing ML-425/225

Tank strainer (Series 300/ML-410)

Flat tank filter

Flat tank filter screen

Flat tank filter screen, extra-thick

Flat tank filter, extra-thick

Perforated screw for tank recovery

Complete tank assembly (Series ML-225/425)

Teflon coated tank (Series 225/425)

Tank spacer/insulation kit 210/225

Safety thermostat 240° C.

Electrical lead (Series 100/200)

PT-100 Tank Sensor

Inlet valve fitting

Spare parts

SERIES 242-ST/260-ST

SERIES 210-ST/225-ST

SERIES 240-ST (4 Kg.)

Nr REFERENCE DESCRIPTION

27 10100088 Compensation valve assembly (G.C.) (Series 100/200)

28.1

10100090

28.2

10100052

28.3

10100051

28.4

10100053

30 150021400

30.1

10100011

30.2

150020590

30.3

10100104

30.4

10100013

30.6

10100105

30.7

10100082

30.8

10100083

30.9

10100107

Complet pump filter (Series 100/200)

Filter cap with plug (Série 100/200)

Pump filter screen (Double)

Pump filter cap ring (100, 200, ML)

Pump body with braces and fittings (G.C.) (series 240)

Pump axle (all models)

Pump shaft short operation ball joint

Kit two pump seat fittings (Series 240/260)

Guide tip kit (Series 100/200)

Kit pump axle fittings (Series 100/200)

Pump cap plug

Pump cap washer

Pump fittings replacement kit (Series 240/260)

V.

14

Spare parts

SERIES 260-ST (6 Kg.)

Nr REFERENCE DESCRIPTION

27 10100088 Compensation valve assembly (G.C.) (Series 100/200)

28.1

10100090

28.2

10100052

28.3

10100051

28.4

10100053

30 150021410

30.1

10100011

30.2

150020590

30.3

10100104

30.4

10100013

30.6

10100105

30.7

10100082

30.8

10100083

30.9

10100107

Complete pump filter (G.C.) (Series 100/200)

Filter cap with plug (Series 100/200)

Pump filter screen (Double)

Pump filter cap ring (100, 200, ML)

Pump body with braces and fittings (G.C.) (series 260)

Pump axle (all models)

Pump shaft short operation ball joint

Kit two pump seat fittings (Series 240/260)

Guide tip kit (Series 100/200)

Kit pump axle fittings (Series 100/200)

Pump cap plug

Pump cap washer

Pump fittings replacement kit (Series 240/260)

SERIES 210-ST (11 Kg.)

Nr REFERENCE DESCRIPTION

27 10100092 Compensation valve assembly (G.C.) (Series 300/400)

28.1

10100093

28.2

10100056

28.3

10100051

28.4

10100053

29 10110042

29.1

10100054

30 150021420

30.1

10100011

Complete pump filter (G.C.) (Series 300/400)

Filter cap with plug (Series 300/400)

Pump filter screen (Double)

Pump filter cap ring (100, 200, ML)

Bleeder valve (ML-300/400)

Kit filter and bleeder fittings (Series 300/400)

Pump body with braces and fittings (G.C.) (series 210/225)

Pump axle (all models)

30.2

150020590 Pump shaft short operation ball joint

30.2 150020600 Ball-joint coupling

30.3

10100103

30.4

10100081

Kit three pump seat fittings (Series 240/260)

Complete system pump axle retainer

30.5

10100080

30.6

10100079

30.7

10100082

30.8

10100083

30.9

10100044

Pump axle guide tips and fittings assembly (Series 300/400)

Kit pump axle retainer fittings (Series 300/400)

Pump cap plug

Pump cap washer

Pump fittings replacement kit (Series 300)

SERIES 225-ST (25 Kg.)

Nr REFERENCE DESCRIPTION

27 10100092 Compensation valve assembly (G.C.) (Series 300/400)

28.1

10100093

28.2

10100056

28.3

10100051

28.4

10100053

29 10110042

29.1

10100054

Complete pump filter (G.C.) (Series 300/400)

Filter cap with plug (Series 300/400)

Pump filter screen (Double)

Pump filter cap ring (100, 200, ML)

Bleeder valve (ML-300/400)

Kit filter and bleeder fittings (Series 300/400)

30 150021420

30.1

10100011

Pump body with braces and fittings (G.C.) (series 210/225)

Pump axle (all models)

30.2

150020590 Pump shaft short operation ball joint

30.2 150020600 Ball-joint coupling

30.3

10100103

30.4

10100081

30.5

10100080

30.6

10100079

30.7

10100082

30.8

10100083

30.9

10100044

Kit three pump seat fittings (Series 240/260)

Complete system pump axle retainer

Pump axle guide tips and fittings assembly (Series 300/400)

Kit pump axle retainer fittings (Series 300/400)

Pump cap plug

Pump cap washer

Pump fittings replacement kit (Series 300)

V.

15

Spare parts

27.2

27.5

27.1

27.3

27.6

27.4

SERIE 240-ST (4 Kg.)

Nº REFERENCE DESCRIPTION

27 10100088 Compensation valve assembly (G.C.) (Serie 100/200)

27.1

10120093

27.2

10100087

27.3

10120096

27.4

10120095

27.5

10100096

27.6

10120060

Set Cap-sleeve-0ring compensation valve (Serie 240-260)

Mounted piston compensation valve (G.C.)

O-ring plug compensation valve

Plug c/w oring compensation valve

Compensation valve spring (G.C.)

Screw set for compensation valve cap (G.C.) (Serie 100/200)

SERIE 260-ST (6 Kg.)

Nº REFERENCE DESCRIPTION

27 10100088 Compensation valve assembly (G.C.) (Serie 100/200)

27.1

10120093

27.2

10100087

27.3

10120096

27.4

10120095

27.5

10100096

27.6

10120060

Set Cap-sleeve-0ring compensation valve (Serie 240-260)

Mounted piston compensation valve (G.C.)

O-ring plug compensation valve

Plug c/w oring compensation valve

Compensation valve spring (G.C.)

Screw set for compensation valve cap (G.C.) (Serie 100/200)

SERIE 210-ST (11 Kg.)

Nº REFERENCE DESCRIPTION

27 10100092 Compensation valve assembly (G.C.) (Serie 300/400)

27.1

10120094

27.2

10100087

27.3

10120096

27.4

10120095

27.5

10100096

27.6

10120033

Set Cap-sleeve-0ring compensation valve (Serie 210-225)

Mounted piston compensation valve (G.C.)

O-ring plug compensation valve

Plug c/w oring compensation valve

Compensation valve spring (G.C.)

Screw set for compensation valve cap (G.C.) (Serie 210/400)

SERIE 225-ST (25 Kg.)

Nº REFERENCE DESCRIPTION

27 10100092 Compensation valve assembly (G.C.) (Serie 300/400)

27.1

10120093

27.2

10100087

27.3

10120096

27.4

10120095

27.5

10100096

27.6

10120033

Set Cap-sleeve-0ring compensation valve (Serie 210-225)

Mounted piston compensation valve (G.C.)

O-ring plug compensation valve

Plug c/w oring compensation valve

Compensation valve spring (G.C.)

Screw set for compensation valve cap (G.C.) (Serie 210/400)

V.

16

Spare parts

V.

17

No.

REFERENCE

37 150020420

NAME

Pneumatic group unit with filter 220VAC

37,1

37,2

37,3

37,4

37,5

37,6

37,7

37,8

150020490

150020500

150020510

150020520

150020540

10110051

150020560

150020570

37,9 10110058

37,10 150020580

37,11 150020590

Differential valve with gasket

Piloting valve with gasket

Pneumatic group valve gasket kit

Intake solenoid valve (220VAC)

Pneumatic group connector kit

Pneumatic group exhaust silencer

Pneumatic group filtering disc

Pneumatic cylinder with seating gaskets

Pneumatic group plate insulator

Pneuamtic group cylinder gasket kit

Pump shaft short operation ball joint

37,12 150020600

37,13 150020610

Ball-joint coupling

Pump tie-rods (series 240/260)

37,14 150020620 Distributor plate

37,15 150020630 Connector 2P+T 15x15

Spare parts

SERIES 200-ST

Nº REFERENCE DESIGNATION

60 08000001 GD-200 Gas dispenser system (optional)

40

50

08000002

08000003

40.1

10000450

40.2

10000451

40.3

10110069

40.4

10110070

40.5

16000001

40.6

16000002

40.7

16100002

40.8

16020001

60.1

10110062

60.2

10110063

60.3

10110030

60.4

10110031

60.5

10110050

60.6

10110065

60.7

10110064

60.8

10110066

60.9

10110067

60.10

10110068

60.11

10000444

60.12

10000445

10000456

LD-200 Tank low level detector system (optional)

380 V connector without neutral (optional)

Level detector ML-600

Level detector amplifier ML-600

Omron range unit MY2-US-SV

Commutated power source

Complete automatic elbow male connector

Complete 4-pole female connector (wall/automatic)

Mount to wall female connector

Complete power connector plug

Stopcock valve (Lucifer)

24 V AC coil for stopcock valve (Lucifer)

“Meler” gauge

Pressure regulator (Norgren Martonnair)

Instantaneous straight male connector 1/8” - ø 6

Male-male connector 1/8”

90° connector 1/8” - ø 6

Teflon tube ø 4 - ø 6 with reinforcements

Gas connector assembly for ø 6 cover

Fastener clip assembly for ø 6 tube

Gas dispenser transformer assembly

Gasification timer

Connecting cable

V.

18

Level Monitor - wiring diagram

Gas Dispenser - wiring diagram

230Vcc

Brown black

Blue

LD-200

Amplifier

SIE SV-45 / 30 / 15-PÖ

Sensor

SIE SK-HT250-10-M18-nb

Connection cable

SIE SLK-HT

Plug main machine interlock

OMROM RELAY

GD-200

Trasformer primary 220 V secondary 24 V

Timer

Selenoide valve 24 Vac

230 Vac

V.

19

Electrical diagram

ML-242-ST

Interlock

Parent Machine

Piston Tank

NC

NA

CN4

Common

NC

NA

CN3

Common

Gun Heater 2 (230V AC)

Neutral Common channel 2

Hose Heater 2 (230V AC)

Gun Heater 1 (230V AC)

Neutro Common channel 1

Hose Heater 1 (230V AC)

Hose 2

Gun 2

Common 0V

Hose 1

Tank

Common 0V

Gun 1

Common 0V

Common 0V

Common 0V

V.

20

Electrical diagram

ML-242-ST

V.

21 blue 0.75

black 0,75 whitw 0,75 black 0,75 white 0,75 blue 0.75

brown 0,25 green 0,25 blue 0,25 brown 0,25 brown 0,25 blue 0,25 green 0,25 brown 0,25

Electrical diagram

ML-202 / 204 / 204-ST

Machine Interlock

Parent

Tank piston

NC

NA

Commen

CN6

Commen

NA

CN

Hose Heater 1 (230V AC)

Neutralo Common channel 1

Gun Heater 1 (230V AC)

Resistenza Tubo 2 (230V AC)

Neutral Common channel 2

CN3

Hose Heater 3 (230V AC)

Neutral Common channel 3

Gun Heater 3 (230V AC)

Resistenza Pistola 2 (230V AC)

Hose Heater 4 (230V AC)

Neutral Common channel 4

CN4

Gun Heater 4 (230V AC)

Hose Heater 5 (230V AC)

Neutral Common channel 5

Gun Heater 5 (230V AC)

Hose Heater 6 (230V AC)

Neutral Common cahnnel 6

CN5

Gun Heater 6 (230V AC)

CN1

Tank

Hose 1

Common 0V

Gun 1

Common 0V

Hose 2

Common 0V

Gun 2

Hose 4

Gun 3

Common 0V

CN3

CN2

Hose 5

Gun 4

Common 0V

Gun 5

Common 0V

Hose 6

Common 0V

Gun 6

Common 0V

Common 0V

Hose 3

Common 0V

Common 0V

Common 0V

Common 0V

V.

22

Electrical diagram

ML-202 / 204 / 204-ST

black 0,75 black 0,75

V.

23 black 0,75 white 0,75 blue 0.75

blue 0.75

black 0,75 white 0,75 brown 0,25 blue 0,25 brown 0,25 green 0,25 blue 0,25 brown 0,25 green 0,25 brown 0,25 blue 0.75

black 0,75 white 0,75 black 0,75 white 0,75 blue 0.75

green 0,25 brown 0,25 brown 0,25 brown 0,25 blue 0,25 blue 0,25 brown 0,25 green 0,25

CONNECTOR 4 Y 6

ANEXO C.U. APPLICATOR SERIES

200-ST-ND

A-1

Spare parts compatible unit ML-200-ST-ND

3

4

1

2

5

6

1

1

1

150020640

150020650

150020660

150020670

150020680

150020690

150020700

150020710

150020720

Front control panel ML-242-ST-ND

Front control panel ML-202-ST-ND

Front control panel ML-204-ST-ND

Front control panel ML-206-ST-ND

12-way female connector cap

Ni-120 tank sensor

Socket contact 0,25 ND

Socket contact 0,75 ND

12-way female connector plug (wall type)

A-2

Electrical diagram

ML-242-ST-ND

Interlock

Parent Machine

Piston Tank NC

NA

CN4

Common

NC

NA

CN3

Common

Gun Heater 2 (230V AC)

Neutral Common channel 2

Hose Heater 2 (230V AC)

Gun Heater 1 (230V AC)

Neutro Common channel 1

Hose Heater 1 (230V AC)

Hose 1

Tank

Common 0V

Gun 1

Common 0V

Hose 2

Common 0V

Gun 2

Common 0V

Common 0V

A-3

Electrical diagram

ML-242-ST-ND

A-4 blue 0.75

black 0,75 whitw 0,75 blue 0.75

black 0,75 white 0,75 blue 0,25 brown 0,25 green 0,25 brown 0,25 brown 0,25 green 0,25 blue 0,25 brown 0,25

Electrical diagram

ML-202 / 204 / 206-ST-ND

Machine Interlock

Parent

Tank piston

NC

NA

Commen

CN6

Commen

NA

CN

Hose Heater 1 (230V AC)

Neutralo Common channel 1

Gun Heater 1 (230V AC)

Resistenza Tubo 2 (230V AC)

Neutral Common channel 2

CN3

Hose Heater 3 (230V AC)

Neutral Common channel 3

Gun Heater 3 (230V AC)

Resistenza Pistola 2 (230V AC)

Hose Heater 4 (230V AC)

Neutral Common channel 4

CN4

Gun Heater 4 (230V AC)

Hose Heater 5 (230V AC)

Neutral Common channel 5

Gun Heater 5 (230V AC)

Hose Heater 6 (230V AC)

Neutral Common cahnnel 6

CN5

Gun Heater 6 (230V AC)

Hose 4

Gun 3

Common 0V

CN3

CN2

Hose 5

Gun 4

Gun 5

Common 0V

Common 0V

Hose 6

Common 0V

Gun 6

Common 0V

Common 0V

Hose 3

Common 0V

Hose 2

Gun 2

Common 0V

Gun 1

Hose 1

Common 0V

CN1

Tank

Common 0V

Common 0V

Common 0V

Common 0V

A-5

Electrical diagram

ML-202 / 204 / 206-ST-ND

black 0,75 black 0,75

A-6 blue 0.75

black 0,75 white 0,75 blue 0.75

black 0,75 white 0,75 brown 0,25 blue 0,25 brown 0,25 green 0,25 blue 0,25 brown 0,25 green 0,25 brown 0,25 blue 0.75

black 0,75 white 0,75 black 0,75 white 0,75 blue 0.75

green 0,25 brown 0,25 brown 0,25 brown 0,25 blue 0,25 blue 0,25 brown 0,25 green 0,25

CONNECTOR 4 Y 6

P.I. Los Agustinos, Calle G, Nave D-43

E - 31160 ORCOYEN Navarra (España)

Tel.: 948 351 110 • Fax: 948 351 130 e-mail: [email protected]

www.meler.es

MA-5015 I/D 100 - 04.06

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