Operating Instructions MicroLab

Operating Instructions MicroLab
Operating Instructions
MicroLab Ultrapure water systems
! " Art. no.: 08.0060
! " Art. no.: 08.0061
Serial no.: ................................
These instructions must be read prior to installing and starting the system!
29.0197; Stand: 01.09 Rights reserved for technical changes
MicroLab
Ultrapure water system
Company
TKA Wasseraufbereitungssysteme GmbH
Stockland 3
D-56412 Niederelbert
EEC Declaration of Conformity
acc. to EEC-Directive 98/37/EEC
- Machine Directive We hereby declare that the products named below conform in their design and construction, as
well as in the versions we have brought to market, to the fundamental safety and health requirements of
EEC-Directive 98/37/EEC.
This declaration is invalidated should changes not agreed to by us are made to the machine.
Designation of the machine:
Ultrapure water system
Machine types:
MicroLab
MicroLab UV
Applicable EEC Directives:
EEC Machine Directive (98/37/EEC)
EEC Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC)
EEC Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive
(89/336/EEC)
Standards applied:
DIN EN ISO 12100-1
DIN EN ISO 12100-2
DIN EN 1050
DIN EN 60204-1
DIN EN 55011
DIN EN 50082-2
Niederelbert, 15. May 2006
_____________________
Authorized representative of the manufacturer
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Preface
Dear Sir or Madam
Thank you for the confidence you have placed in our Company in deciding to purchase an
ultrapure water system from the MicroLab series.
You have selected a high-quality product, and we ask you to please read through the information given on installation and operating in these Operating Instructions before you install and
start to operate it.
This is important as we, the manufacturer, cannot be held liable for any damage caused to the
system by usage for other than the intended purpose or by improper operation,
Niederelbert, 15.05.2006
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1. Contents
Preface.........................................................................................................3
1. Contents..................................................................................................4
2. Notes on the Operating Instructions .......................................................6
3. Transport and packaging ........................................................................7
3.1 Examination on receipt.......................................................................................................7
3.2 Complaints .........................................................................................................................7
3.3 Packaging and return shipment..........................................................................................7
4. Parts standardly supplied........................................................................8
5. Safety precautions ..................................................................................9
6. Intended purpose ..................................................................................10
6.1 Application areas..............................................................................................................10
7. Technical data.......................................................................................11
8. How the system functions .....................................................................13
8.1 Flow chart for MicroLab....................................................................................................14
9. Installation.............................................................................................15
9.1 The installation area .........................................................................................................15
9.2 Installation ........................................................................................................................16
10. Start-up ...............................................................................................17
11. Operating elements.............................................................................18
12. System control ....................................................................................19
12.1
12.2
12.3
12.4
12.5
Menu ..............................................................................................................................19
Setting the limiting conductivity value.............................................................................19
Setting the limiting value für the temperature .................................................................20
Communication ..............................................................................................................20
Potential free contact......................................................................................................20
13. Maintenance .......................................................................................22
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13.1 Replacing der pretreatment cartridge ............................................................................ 23
13.2 Replacing the filter cartridge .......................................................................................... 24
13.3 Disinfection .................................................................................................................... 25
14. Trouble shooting................................................................................. 26
15. Replacement parts und Consumables ............................................... 28
16. Accessories ........................................................................................ 29
17. Terminal assignment .......................................................................... 30
18. Maintenance record............................................................................ 32
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2. Notes on the Operating Instructions
Potential hazards are marked with a warning triangle.
Particularly important notes are marked with an info-sign.
The information given in these Operating Instructions is only valid for the system with the serial
number that is written on the front cover .
Please write in the serial number* of your MicroLab system on the
front cover.
* The serial number is given on the type plate of your ultrapure water system.
It is important that you give the correct:
- Serial number
- Article number
in all correspondence on your system.
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3. Transport and packaging
TKA Ultrapure water systems are carefully checked and packed prior to shipment but damage
could nevertheless occur during transport.
3.1 Examination on receipt
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Check the completeness of the goods received against the delivery note.
Is the packaging damaged ?
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Examine the system for damage.
3.2 Complaints
Should the system have been damaged during transport:
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Contact the post, railway or forwarding agent immediately*.
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Save the packaging and the outer cardboard carton (for a possible inspection and/or
return shipment of the system).
3.3 Packaging and return shipment
If possible, use the original packaging and materials.
Should these no longer be available:
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Pack the system in a suitable plastic bag or sheet and a strong cardboard box
so that it is shock-proof.
* The time limit for claims is 6 days after receipt of the goods.
After this deadline, all rights to claims for damages are invalid.
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4. Parts standardly supplied
MicroLab Ultrapure water systems are available with a performance of 6 l/h.
08.0060
08.0061
MicroLab
MicroLab UV
(Standard system)
(Standard system + UV-disinfection)
(Please check that the version you have received has the same article number as that stated in
the delivery note.)
1x MicroLab (acc. to the version, see above)
Article no. 08.00xx
incl. an installation kit consisting of:
Pretreatment cartridge
Filter cartridge
Sterile filter capsule, 0.2 µm
Sterile vent filter
Feedwater connecting kit, R 3/4"
Connecting hose, 1/4" o.d., 6 m
Ball valve, 1/4" d
Table-top power supply, 100 - 240 V, 50/60 Hz
Connecting cable, 1.8 m
Operating Instructions
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Article no. 09.2006
Article no. 09.1018
Article no. 09.1003
Article no. 22.0091
Article no. 25.0071
Article no. 18.0137
Article no. 15.0112
Article no. 16.0334
Article no. 16.0341
Article no. 29.0204
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5. Safety precautions
Observe the safety precautions below for your own safety!
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Your MicroLab is an advanced ultrapure water system and serves exclusively for the
treatment of potable water.
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Do not start to install and operate the system until you have heeded the corresponding
information in these Operating Instructions.
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Please note that the manufacturer is not liable for damages resulting from use other
than for the intended purpose or from improper operation.
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Constructional changes, or the installation of products from other manufacturers, invalidate the CE-Mark
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Protect the system from frost. The temperature in the area in which the system is installed must be at least + 2°C.
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Observe all applicable general regulations and requirements, including accident prevention regulations, that apply at the installation area.
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The feedwater pressure must be 1 bar at least and 6 bar at most. If the feedwater
pressure is higher, install an additional reducing valve.
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A suitable socket is required for the line connection (see „Technical Data”).
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The installation area must have a free running floor-level drain of at least DN 50 (38.5
i.d.). Should no such drain be available, we recommend, for safety reasons, that a water watcher (article no. 16.0129) be installed. The manufacturer is otherwise not liable
for damage caused by water.
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Prior to wall-mounting the system, check the statics of the wall. It must have sufficent
load-bearing capacity (weights are given in “Technical data”).
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The maximum operating temperature is 35°C.
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Should no floor-level drain or water watcher be available, proceed as follows in the
case of a standstill for a longer period (e.g. overnight, weekends, holidays):
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# First switch the system off (unplug the line plug)
# then turn the water supply to the ultrapure water system off.
The pump will be subject to damage if the system is allowed to run when the water
supply is turned off. The manufacturer will accept no liability for such damage.
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When installing the system, ensure that there is sufficient working room for convenient
attendance to the system, e.g. for replacing filters, connections etc.
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The guarantee is valid for a period of 12 months!
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Never look directly at a switched-on UV-lamp, as ultraviolet light can impair eyesight!
The UV-lamp is only to be changed by TKA or by TKA authorized personnel.
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6. Intended purpose
Continually more stringent requirements on the quality of ultrapure water, increasingly sophisticated technologies and extremely low detection limits in laboratories, together with the demand
for user-convenient systems and complete solutions, were the factors that were decisive for the
development of the novel MicroLab ultrapure water systems.
MicroLab Ultrapure water systems have been specifically designed to produce salt-free, organically clean, particle-free and sterile-filtered ultrapure water.
6.1 Application areas
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Rinsing of laboratory glassware
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Preparation and/or dilution of buffers, reagents,
tissue culture media and dyes
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Sample preparation for instrumental
methods such as flame AAS
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7. Technical data
Source
Colloid index (SDI)
Free chlorine concentration
Manganese content
Iron content
pH Range
Temperature
Pressure
Required feedwater quality
Potable water acc. to DIN 2000.
max. < 3. With higher values, a pretreatment step must
be installed upstream.
< 1 mg/litre
< 0.05 mg/litre
< 0.05 mg/litre
4 – 11
2 - 35 °C
1 - 6 bar
Product water quality ASTM Type II (dispensing valve)
Conductivity µS/cm
Resistance M!xcm at 25°C
TOC
ppb
Bacteria
KBE/ml
Bacterial
EU/ml
endotoxines
Flow rate
l/min
Typical
volume taken
Retention quota, Bacteria and
particles
Permeate
l/h
performance
Tank conl
tent
MicroLab
MicroLab UV
0.067 - 0.1
10 - 15
-<1
0.067 - 0.1
10 - 15
< 30
<1
--*
--*
1.0
1.0
5 litres/day
5 litres/day
Ø 99 %
Ø 99 %
6
6
approx. 6
approx. 6
* Dependent on feedwater and disinfection
Height:
Width:
Depth:
Weights:
MicroLab
MicroLab UV
Dimensions
545 mm
305 mm
400 mm
22 kg
22 kg
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Feedwater
Concentrate
Tank overflow
High purity water
Outlet/Dispensing valve
Voltage
Frequency
Power consumption
Serial interface
Pump head
UV-lamp
UV-housing
Filter cartridge
Feedwater solenoid valve
Recirculation solenoid valve
Pressure hold valve
Dispensing valve
Conductivity measuring cell
Connections
Hoses
Gaskets
RO-Membrane
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Water connectors
Hose, 1/4" o.d.
Hose, 1/4" o.d.
Hose, 1/4" o.d.
Hose, 1/4" o.d.
Sterile filter capsule, 0.2 µm
Electrical connections
100 - 240 V
50/60 Hz
approx. 60 W
RS 232
Materials that contact water
Nylon with glass fibre
High purity quartz
Edelstahl
PP
PA
PA
Nickel-plated brass
POM
PVC, stainless steel
POM
PE
EPDM
PA
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8. How the system functions
In stand-by mode and during standstills, feedwater solenoid valve V1 is closed. This prevents
feedwater from flowing into the system when it is not in operation and so protects the tank B1
from overflowing.
In normal operation, potable water flows into the system at a maximum pressure of 6 bar and
pressure booster pump P1 pumps it successively through pretreatment F1 and reverse osmosis
membrane F2. The latter retains salts dissolved in the water to the extent of the specified retention quota. Further to this, Ø 99% retention of bacteria, pyrogens and particles is additionally
ensured because of the molecular size of the pores of the membrane.
The permeate then flows through downstream purification stages such as UV-disinfection UV1
(option) and filter cartridge F3 into the tank.
The water constituents that are retained are carried away in the remaining concentrate.
The special conductivity measurement sensor QISA 300 (equipped with temperature compensation) and the temperature sensor TISA 500 permanently determines the conductivity and temperature of the ultrapure water, and the measured values are shown in the display.
The water in the storage tank is recirculated through the system at regular intervals by recirculation pump P2. This ensures a constantly high water quality. Float switch LIS 100 monitors the
filling level of the tank.
Pressure hold valve V2 has been pre-adjusted at the factory. Changes to
this adjustment could result in damage to the reverse osmosis module. Because of fluctuations in the feedwater temperature und pressure, the setting of the valve and the concentrate flow that it governs must be checked
by TKA-Service or TKA authorized personnel when the system is brought
into service and at regular intervals, and be reset by them if necessary.
Concentrate flow for MicroLab,
MicroLab UV
to be checked and adjusted each 3 months
Permeate flow
Concentrate flow
[l/h]
[l/h]
6
min. 50
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8.1 Flow chart for MicroLab
B1
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
LIS 100
P1
P2
PS 200
QISA 300
TISA 500
UV1
V1
V2
V3
V5
V6
V7
V8
V9
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Storage tank
Pretreatment cartridge
Reverse osmosis membrane
Filter cartridge
Sterile filter
Sterile vent filter
Float switch
Pressure booster pump
Recirculation pump
Pressure switch
Conductivity measuring cell, ultrapure water
Temperature sensor
UV-disinfection (option)
Feedwater solenoid valve
Pressure hold valve
Check valve
Dispensing valve, ultrapure water
Recirculation solenoid valve
Sterile overflow
Dispensing valve, high purity water
Check valve
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9. Installation
9.1 The installation area
The following criteria must be considered when selecting the installation area:
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Feedwater pressure at least 1 bar, max. 6 bar.
The feedwater pressure must not exceed 6 bar. Should the pressure be
higher, then a pressure reducer must be installed.
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Minimum temperature + 2°C
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Level surface for the system
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For wall mounting, a smooth wall is required. Please check that the wall-bearing capacity is sufficient to hold the system (for weights, see “Technical Data”)
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A DN 50 floor drain (38.5 mm i.d.)
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Free flow into the wastewater system.
Should a floor drain not be available, then a Water Watcher (art.-no.: 16.0129) must
be installed!
Free flow to drain must be ensured !
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A suitable electrical socket for the operation of the system (see “Technical Data“)
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Sufficient working room around the system (for replacing the filter cartridge etc.)
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The system must be so arranged that it is easy to control and operate
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R 3/4" Potable water connector
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9.2 Installation
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)
11)
Feedwater connector
Hose, 1/4" o.d.
High purity water connector
Hose, 1/4" o.d.
Concentrate connector
Hose, 1/4" o.d.
Tank overflow connector
Hose, 1/4" o.d.
Power supply connector, 4-pin, 24V DC
Potential free contact connector, 5-pin
Connector for optional printer
Filter cartridge
Pretreatment cartridge
Dispensing/Sterile filtercapsule
Sterile vent filter
Proceed as follows to install and start your MicroLab ultrapure water system:
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Stand the system at the selected position at the installation area or hang it on the wall
with the wall mount available as accessory.
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Press the push-button of the cartridge cover to unlock the cover, then remove it..
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Remove the plugs from the filter cartridge and the pretreatment cartridge standardly
supplied and keep the plugs for later use.
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Place the filter cartridge (8) in the free space at the back of the system. Fit the 2 quickconnect couplings onto the cartridge connectors so that they audible engage.
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Now place the pretreatment cartridge (9) in the free front space. Fit the 3 quickconnect couplings to the cartridge connectors so that they audibly engage.
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Use feedwater connector kit, R 3/4", to connect the feedwater connector (1) to a water
tap that can be shut off. In the connector kit is a dirt filter. The dirt filter must be inserted into the screw connection of the feed water hose.
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If ASTM Type II high purity water is required, connect the dispensing valve for high purity standardly suppled to the high purity water connector (2) with a 1/4" o.d.hose.
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Make a gravity-fall connection to the system (connections 3 and 4) to the wastewater
drain with 1/4" o.d. hose.
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Screw the sterile vent filter (11) at the back of the system into the G 1/8" tank thread intended for it.
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Connect the connecting cable of the table-top power unit standardly supplied to the 4pin socket (5) of the system.
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The system is now ready to operate.
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Open the feedwater tap and check that there are no leaks in the connections.
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Remove the cartridge cover and then fit it back on, checking that the latch on the right
side of the cover engages when fitting it back on.
10. Start-up
The system must have cooled/warmed to room temperature prior to the
first start-up.
Inspect all hose connections to check that they have been made as detailed in the “Installation" section.
Switch the system on by plugging the line cord into a suitable socket..
After a brief self-test of the system control, the system starts to produce ultrapure
water.
Wait until the tank has been filled for the first time and discard this water. The filling of the tank can take approx. 1 hours. Afterwards the concentrate flow must be
checked and adjusted, as described in the "How the system functions" section.
Dispense at least 1 litre of water before screwing the sterile filter (10) that is standardly supplied to the outlet of the dispensing valve
Now set the wanted display mode, the limiting value for the conductivity and that
for the temperature, as described in the “System control” section.
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11. Operating elements
After switching on, all segments of the 7-segment display are shown for 3 seconds. During this
time, the complete measurement cycle is run through and checked.
In the basic setting, the display shows the conductivity in µS/cm. The display automatically
scales in the range from 0.055 to 199 µS/cm.
The upper LED-row shows the measurement mode that the measuring instrument is in. The
LED for the corresponding measurement unit, µS/cm, M!xcm or °C lights up green.
Should the end value of the measurement range be gone past (>199 µS/cm or >0.005 M!xcm),
then $200 appears in the display.
Should the connection between the system and sensors be interrupted, then the red "Status
Sens." LED lights up and "---" is shown in the display instead of a measured value. Should the
connection to the temperature sensor be interrupted, then a buzzer is additionally activated.
Quit-button:
When a fault occurs, the Quit/UP-button allows the acoustic alarm (buzzer) to be switched off.
This acoustic alarm is then only again active when the limiting value is exceeded. The fault
message is also given out via the potential free contact.
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12. System control
12.1 Menu
The menu consists of three sub-menus: Switching to dual mode and selection of the unit for the
conductivity measurement, the setting of the limiting value for the conductivity and the setting of
the limiting value for the temperature.
Mono/ dual measurement mode:
Mono measurement mode: In this mode, only the conductivity is displayed.
The temperature can be read as long as the Enter-key is pressed.
Dual measurement mode: In this mode the temperature and conductivity are
alternately displayed for 2 seconds each. The LEDs for the
measurement unit are switched appropriately with the display.
Press the menu-key once. The measurement mode that has just been set is displayed. The up
and down keys can now be used to switch between the permanent display of the conductivity
and the alternating display of conductivity/temperature. In the display, "c" is shown for conductivity or "ct" for conductivity/temperature.
In this mode, a simultaneous choice of measurement units, µS/cm or M!xcm, can also be
made. The choice must be confirmed with Enter.The measurement units are shown by the appropriate LED.
The following combinations are so possible:
ct / M!xcm
c / M!xcm
Up/down
ct / µS/cm
c / µS/cm
12.2 Setting the limiting conductivity value
Setting range: 0.055 - 30 µS/cm
Basic setting: off
Note: This limiting value can only be entered in µS/cm.
To adjust the limiting value of the conductivity, press the menu-key twice (the red "Cond." LED
lights up). Carry out the adjustment with the up and down keys. The particular place that is to be
changed can be selected with the Enter-key and is then shown flashing in the display.
When the wanted value is reached, confirm it with the Enter-key.
Should a value of 30.1 µS/cm be set, then the word OFF appears in the display and the evaluation of the limiting value is switched off.
When the limiting conductivity value is gone above (Limit value Conductivity), then the red
"Cond." LED lights up and the fault is additionally signalled by a buzzing sound. The fault message can also be given out via an optional printer.
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12.3 Setting the limiting value für the temperature
Setting range: 10 - 40°C
Basic setting: 35°C
To adjust the limiting value of the temperature, press the menu-key three times (the red "Temp."
LED lights up). Carry out the adjustment with the up and down keys. The particular place that is
to be changed can be selected with the Enter-key and is then shown flashing in the display.
When the wanted value is reached, confirm it with the Enter-key.
Should a value of 30.1 µS/cm be set, then the word OFF appears in the display and the evaluation of the limiting value is switched off.
When the limiting temperature value is exceeded (Limit value Temperature), then the red
"Temp." LED lights up and the fault is additionally signalled by a buzzing sound. The fault message can also be given out via an optional printer.
12.4 Communication
The RS 232 interface allows a printer to be connected for the output of measured values. The
interface runs at a transmission rate of 9600 bit/sec, 8 data bits,1 stop bit and no parity.
The conductivity in µS/cm and the temperature in °C are given out on the serial interface separated by a comma. The conductivity is automatically scaled to three significant figures. Output
takes place once per hour.
When in operation, a press on the down key triggers a measured value print-out on the serial
interface.
Printout:
for example:
0,068 µS/cm, 21,4 °C
The SUB-D socket has the following assignment:
PIN 2: RXD
PIN 3: TXD
PIN 5: GND
12.5 Potential free contact
The system is equipped with a potential free contact for the control of external equipment.
The PIN assignment of the 5-pin socket is as follows:
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13. Maintenance
Regular maintenance maintains the worth of your system.
We recommend that you close a service contract with TKA or a service provider expressly authorized by TKA for the carrying out of the maintenance that is necessary. You then have the
certainty of a high operational safety and reliability.
NOTE!
When your system is to work reliably for a long time, it must be checked, serviced and cared for
at regular time intervals in accordance with these Operating Instructions! For this reason, the
Operating Instructions must be readily available to operating and maintenance staff at all times,
and be carefully followed!
Please observe that, in accordance with the general terms and conditions of business of the
TKA company, which are the basis for both parties, the guarantee loses its validity when the
customer or a third party improperly installs, maintains, repairs, operates or alters the system, or
operates it in an environment which does not fulfil the specified TKA installation conditions.
Any maintenance work which should become necessary during the validity of the guarantee is
only to be carried out by TKA or a TKA-authorized service provider.
The operating staff assigned to work with the system is committed to carrying out the weekly
checks.
During the agreed term of validity of the guarantee, the maintenance record sheet supplied with
these Operating Instructions is to be up-dated weekly.
Should the maintenance record not be kept up-to-date, or be improperly, kept, i.e. without the
necessary data recording, then the system is deemed to be improperly maintained and the
guarantee becomes invalid.
IMPORTANT!
The cleaning and disinfection of your system is performed for reasons of hygiene and has no
effect on the technical condition of the system. The must be cleaned and disinfected once per
year.
When inspection or maintenance work is to be carried out on electrical equipment,
then the system is to be separated from the mains by unplugging the line plug and
securing it against inadvertent plugging in again. Such work is only to be carried out
by trained, skilled electricians.
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13.1 Replacing der pretreatment cartridge
Should the specified capacity be reduced by module blockage due to
operation without appropriate preconditioning, then the pretreatment
cartridge must be replaced.
Proceed as follows to replace the pretreatment cartridge:
1.
Empty the storage tank.
2.
Separate the system from the power supply by unplugging the line plug.
3.
Turn off the supply of feedwater.
4.
Open the dispensing valve until no more water flows out, then close it again.
5.
Remove the cartridge cover.
6.
Remove the three quick-connects on the pretreatment cartridge and close the connectors with the closing caps that you have saved for later use.
7.
Draw the exhausted pretreatment cartridge out from the guide and replace it with the
new pretreatment cartridge.
8.
Remove the closing caps from the new pretreatment cartridge and save them for later
use.
9.
Fit the quick-connects on the pretreatment cartridge so that they audibly engage.
10.
Re-open the supply of feedwater.
11.
Re-connect the system to the power supply and examine the plug connectors for
leaks.
12.
Fit the cartridge cover back on.
13.
Discard the first tank filling.
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13.2 Replacing the filter cartridge
The filter cartridge must be replaced as soon as the maximum limiting
value that you have set is exceeded.
The filter cartridge must also be replaced subsequent to disinfection
of the system.
Proceed as follows to replace the filter cartridge:
1.
Empty the storage tank.
2.
Separate the system from the power supply by unplugging the line plug.
3.
Turn off the supply of feedwater.
4.
Open the dispensing valve until no more water emerges, then close it again.
5.
Remove the cartridge cover.
6.
Remove the two quick-connects on the feedwater and ultrapure water side of the filter
cartridge and close the connectors that you saved for later use.
7.
Draw the exhausted filter cartridge from the guide and replace it with the new filter
cartridge.
8.
Remove the closing caps from the new filter cartridge and save them for later use.
9.
Fit the quick-connects onto the filter cartridge so that they audibly engage.
10.
Open the supply of feedwater.
11.
Connect the system with the power supply and check that the connections do not
leak.
12.
Fit the cartridge cover back on.
13.
Discard the first tank filling.
Use only specifically designed filter cartridges of article no. 09.1018 with this
system. The use of any other type invalidates the guarantee.
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13.3 Disinfection
Your system should be cleaned and disinfected at least once per year to
kill any bacteria that are possibly in the tank.
We recommend that you carry out cleaning and disinfection shortly prior to the time that the filter cartridge must be replaced.
Use MICRO-Chlor Granulate, article no. 09.2202 as disinfectant
Please observe the information given in the safety data sheet supplied
with Micro-Chlor disinfectant to avoid possible health hazards!
Proceed as follows to disinfect your system:
1.
Separate the system from the power supply by unplugging the line plug.
2.
Open the lid of the storage tank and pour the contents of a can of MICRO-Chlor into
the water-filled tank. Close the tank with the lid.
3.
Re-connect the system to the power supply and let it run for 1 hour in normal operation for effective bactericidal effect.
4.
Following this, discard two tank fillings.
5.
Close the outlet valve and separate the system from the power supply.
6.
Replace the filter cartridge and, if necessary, the pretreatment cartridge and sterile filter, as described in the previous section..
7.
Re-connect the system to the power supply.
8.
Fill the tank completely once and discard this tank filling.
Prior to dispensing water for the first time, let water flow out for about
15 minutes. Following this, the system is ready to operate.
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14. Trouble shooting
Fault
Cause
Remedy
System does not start
- No supply of power
- Power unit or system
control defect
- Connect to electrical supply
- Replace power unit or
system control
Water cannot be drawn off
- Feedwater tap is closed
- Feedwater and rinse water
connections wrong way
round
- Feedwater pressure
< 1 bar
- Open the feedwater tap
Conductivity > 0.1 µS/cm
- Exchanger capacity is
exhausted
- Replace with a new filter
cartridge
System control does not react but LED lights up
- Incorrect operation
- Voltage disturbance
- Unplug the line plug for 5
seconds
Water leaks out
- Hose connection leaky
Dispensing flow too low
- Sterile filter blocked
- Air in the sterile filter
- Tank is not yet sufficiently
filled
- Replace the sterile filter
- Vent the sterile filter
- Wait until the tank is full
Fault message:
The red LED lights up
"Limit value Cond."
- Filter cartridge exhausted
- Replace with a new filter
cartridge (art.-no.: 09.1018)
- Check and adjust the limiting
value accordingly
Fault message:
The red LED lights up
"Limit value Cond."
- The temperatur in the
system is too high
- Limiting value set too low
- Increase feedwater pressure
- Check and seal hose
connection
- Feedwater pressure > 6 bar - Install a pressure reducer
- Defect component (e.g.
UV-immersion tube)
- Replace the component
- Limiting value set too low
- Feedwater temperature
too high
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- Reverse connections
- Lower the temperature by
running water off
- Check and adjust the limiting
value setting accordingly
- Reduce the feedwater
temperature
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Fault message:
The red LED lights up
"Status Sens."
The display shows "---"
- Break in the connection to
the conductivity measuring
cell
- Measuring cell defect
- Check the cable and plug
connectors.
Fault message:
The red LED lights up
"Status Sens."
The display shows "---",
simultaneous accoustic signal via the buzzer
- Break in the connection to
the temperature sensor.
- Temperature sensor defect
- Check the cable and plug
connectors.
- Replace the temperature
sensor
- Replace the measuring cell
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15. Replacement parts und Consumables
Pos.
1
2
3
4
5
7
8
9
10
11
12
R+I Nr.
Designation
B1
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
LIS 100
P1
P2
PS 200
QISA 300
TISA 500
Storage tank
Pretreatment cartridge consisting of prefilter / hardness stabilization and RO-membrane:
Filter cartridge
Sterile filter
Sterile vent filter
Float switch
Pressure booster pump
Recirculation pump
Pressure switch
Conductivity measuring cell, ultrapure water
Temperature sensor
Replacement UV-lamp
UV Ballast unit
Feedwater solenoid valve
Pressure hold valve
Check valve
Dispensing valve, ultrapure water
Recirculation solenoid valve
Sterile overflow
Check valve
Board with display
System control board
Table-top power unit
UV 1
13 V1
14 V2
15 V3
17 V5
18 V6
19 V7
20 V9
21
22
23
* Wearing part
Article
no.
17.0136
09.2006
09.1018
09.1003
22.0091
16.0025
19.0066*
19.0066*
15.0099*
16.0229
09.5002
22.0088
15.0062*
15.0113
15.0114
25.0068
15.0062*
15.0009
15.0019
16.0312
16.0337
16.0334
We ask for your understanding, in that use of replacement parts, accessories
or consumables from other manufacturers cause the guarantee for our system to be invalidated, as we have no control on their composition and quality.
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Ultrapure water system
16. Accessories
Designation
Article - no.
Disinfection agent, MICRO-Chlor (pack of 12 cans)
Water watcher
Printer
Wall mount
RO-Measurement kit
UK connection cable
09.2202
16.0129
09.2207
09.2212
09.2213
16.0349
The address to contact should you need service:
TKA Wasseraufbereitungssysteme GmbH
Stockland 3
D-56412 Niederelbert
Tel. Nr.:
Fax-Nr.:
Internet:
E-Mail:
+49 (0) 26 02 1 06 99-0
+49 (0) 26 02 1 06 99-50
www.tka.de
info@tka.de
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Ultrapure water system
17. Terminal assignment
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18. Maintenance record
(Please carefully keep this record up-to-dated, as this is one of the conditions of the guarantee)
Customer’s address:
Location:
System type:
Serial no.:
Year made:
Date
Conductivity,
ultrapure water
Temperature, Flow,
ultrapure wa- ultrapure water
ter, ASTM
Type I
Conductivity,
permeate
[µS/cm]
[µS/cm]
Replacement Replacement
of pretreatof filter carment cartridge tridge
Yes/no
Yes/no
[°C]
Flow
permeate
[l/h]
Flow,
concentrate
[l/h]
[l/min]
Cleaning,
disinfection
Remarks
Signature
Yes/no
Any false entry is considered to be a falsification of documents.
It is important for the maintenance of the quality of the system that the following points
be observed:
1x/ Weekly, record measured values
1x/ Yearly, replace the pretreatment cartridge.
1x/ Yearly, replace the filter.
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