Non-Cycling
Refrigerate
Air Dryers
Installation & Operation
Maintenance
Manual
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Coaire Technologies Corporation
12226 Coast Drive, Whittier, CA 90601 ◊ TEL.(562)463-3935 ◊ (562)463-4928
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FORM CM-AD02
FEB. 2002
STATEMENT OF WARRANTY TERMS & CONDITIONS
COAIRE’s refrigerated air dryers are warranted to be free of defects in materials and workmanship under proper use,
installation, and application. This warranty shall be for a period of 15 months from date of shipment from our factory
or other stocking facilities or 12 months from date of installation. Proof of installation date will be required. All dryers
outside the U.S. and Canada carry a parts only warranty.
ALL FREIGHT DAMAGE CLAIMS ARE NOT THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE MANUFACTURER AND ARE NOT
COVERED UNDER WARRANTY AS ALL PRODUCTS ARE SHIPPED F.O.B. SHIPPER.
PLEASE DIRECT ALL FREIGHT CLAIMS TO THE SHIPPER IN QUESTION.
MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENTS
ADJUSTMENTS TO THE HOT GAS AND MAINTENANCE OF FLOAT AND AUTOMATIC DRAINS AND
CONDENSER COILS ARE CONSIDERED TO BE ROUTINE MAINTENANCE AND THEREFORE NONWARRANTABLE ITEMS AND ARE THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE END USER. CONSULT THE
INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL FOR THE ADJUSTMENT AND MAINTENANCE
PROCEDURES.
This warranty does not apply to any unit damaged by accident, modification, misuse, negligence, or misapplication.
Damage to heat exchangers by exposure to ammonia, any other corrosive substance or sub-freezing environment
will be considered misuse.
Any refrigerated dryer part or material found defective will be repaired, replaced or refunded, at the sellers option free
of charge, provided that COAIRE is notified within the above stated warranty period. All returns of allegedly
defective equipment must have prior written authorization. Said authorization may be obtained through our
refrigerated dryer service department. All refrigerated dryers, parts, materials must be returned freight prepaid to the
Manufacturer’s factory within 30 days of return authorization date. Any shipment returned to the factory collect will be
refused.
If an item is found to be warrantable, the repaired item or replacement will be returned normal ground freight prepaid
within the continental United States and Canada. Expedited shipment costs are the responsibility of the requestor.
Any replacement part or material is warranted only to the extent of the remaining warranty period of the dryer or to
the extent as provided by the supplier, whichever is longer.
Identification Plate
The identification plate is located on the back of the dryer and shows all the primary data of the machine. Upon
installation, fill in the table on the previous page with all the data shown on the identification plate. This data should
always be referred to when calling the manufacturer or distributor.
The removal or alteration of the identification plate will void the warranty rights.
DISCLAIMER
The warranty does not cover any responsibility or liability for direct or indirect damages to persons, or equipment
caused by improper usage or maintenance, and is limited to manufacturing defects only. Refer to COAIRE Warranty
policy manual for travel, mileage and special charge considerations. The warranty will be immediately voided if there
are changes or alterations to the dryer.
WHO TO CONTACT IF YOU HAVE A WARRANTY CLAIM:
COAIRE Technologies, Corporation
Phone
(562) 463-3935
Fax
(562) 463-4928
All freight damage claims should be filed within 15 working days and should be directed to the carrier.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
SAFETY RULES
1.1
Explanation of Convention Symbols Used in This Manual
1.2
Warnings
1.3
Proper Use of the Dryer
INSTALLATION
2.1
Transporting the Unit
2.2
Installation site
2.3
Installation layout
2.4
Connection to the Compressed Air System
2.5
Connection to the Main Power
2.6
Condensate Drain
START UP
3.1
Preliminary Operations
3.2
Initial Start Up
3.3
Operation and Shut-down
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
4.1
Technical Specifications -CNC18 thru CNC75 (115/1/60)
4.2
Technical Specifications -CNC18 thru CNC75 (230/1/60)
4.3
Technical Specifications -CNC100 thru CNC250 (115/1/60)
4.4
Technical Specifications -CNC100 thru CNC250 (230/1/60)
4.5
Technical Specifications -CNC320 thru CNC400 (230/1/60)
TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
5.1
Control Panel -CNC18 thru CNC160 (115/1/60)
5.2
Control Panel -CNC18 thru CNC250 (230/1/60)
5.3
Control Panel -CNC320 thru CNC400
5.4
Operation
5.5
Flow diagram -CNC18 thru CNC250
5.6
Flow diagram -CNC320 thru CNC400
5.7
Refrigeration Compressor
5.8
Condenser
5.9
Liquid receiver (CNC320 thru CNC400 only)
5.10
Dehydration Filter
5.11
Capillary Tube (CNC18 thru CNC250 only)
5.12
Liquid sight-glass (CNC320 thru CNC400 only)
5.13
Thermostatic valve (CNC320 thru CNC400 only)
5.14
Evaporator
5.15
Liquid separator
5.16
Hot Gas By-pass Solenoid Valve
5.17
Air-to-Air Exchanger
5.18
Condensate separator
5.19
Refrigerant pressure switch
5.20
DMC11 Air Dryer Controller
5.21
Electric Schematic -CNC18 thru CNC75 (115/1/60)
5.22
Electric Schematic -CNC18 thru CNC75 (230/1/60)
5.23
Electric Schematic -CNC100 thru CNC160 (115/1/60)
5.24
Electric Schematic -CNC100 thru CNC200 (230/1/60)
5.25
Electric Schematic -CNC250 (230/1/60)
5.26
Electric Schematic -CNC320 thru CNC400 (230/1/60)
MAINTENANCE AND SPARE PARTS
6.1
Maintenance Schedule
6.2
Replacement Parts
TROUBLESHOOTING
7.1
Troubleshooting
EXPLODED VIEW OF THE DRYER COMPONENTS
8.1
Table of components - Exploded view -CNC18 thru CNC400
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1.1 DEFINITION OF THE SAFETY SYMBOLS
Carefully read instruction manual before attempting any service or maintenance procedures on the dryer.
Caution warning sign. Risk of danger or possibility of damage to equipment, if related text is not followed properly.
Electrical hazard. Warning message indicates practices or procedures that could result in personal injury or fatality if not
followed correctly.
Danger hazard. Part or system under pressure.
Danger hazard. High temperature conditions exist during operation of system. Avoid contact until system or component
has dissipated heat.
Danger hazard. Treated air is not suitable for breathing purposes; serious injury or fatality may result if precautions are
not followed.
Danger hazard: In case of fire, use an approved fire extinguisher, Water is not an acceptable means in cases of
electrical fire
Danger hazard. Do not operate equipment with panels removed.
Maintenance or control operation to be performed by qualified personnel only 1.
ARIA
AIR
LUFT
AIR
Compressed air inlet connection point.
ARIA
AIR
LUFT
AIR
Compressed air outlet connection point.
Condensate drain connection point.
Operations that can be performed by the operator of the machine, if qualified 1.
NOTE:
Text that specifies items of note to be taken into account, does not involve safety precautions.
In designing this unit a lot of care has been devoted to environmental protection:
• CFC free refrigerants
• CFC free insulation parts
• Energy saving design
• Limited acoustic emission
• Dryer and relevant packaging composed of recyclable materials
This symbol requests that the user heed environmental considerations and abide with suggestions annotated with this
symbol.
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Experienced and trained personnel familiar with national and local codes, capable to perform the needed activities, identify and
avoid possible dangerous situations while handling, installing, using and servicing the machine. Ensuring compliance to all
statutory regulations
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1.2 WARNINGS
Compressed air is a highly hazardous energy source.
Never work on the dryer with pressure in the system.
Never point the compressed air or the condensate drain outlet hoses towards anybody.
The user is responsible for the proper installation of the dryer. Failure to follow instructions given in the “Installation” chapter will void
the warranty. Improper installation can create dangerous situations for personnel and/or damages to the machine could occur.
Only qualified personnel are authorized to service electrically powered devices. Before attempting maintenance, the
following conditions must be satisfied :
Ensure that main power is off, machine is locked out, tagged for service and power cannot be restored during service
operations.
Ensure that valves are shut and the air circuit is at atmospheric pressure. De-pressurize the dryer.
Warranty does not apply to any unit damaged by accident, modification, misuse, negligence or misapplication.
Unauthorized alterations will immediately void the warranty.
In case of fire, use an approved fire extinguisher, Water is not an acceptable means in cases of electrical fire.
1.3 PROPER USE OF THE DRYER
This dryer has been designed, manufactured and tested for the purpose of separating the humidity normally contained in
compressed air. Any other use has to be considered improper.
The Manufacturer will not be responsible for any problem arising from improper use; the user will responsible for any
resulting damage.
Moreover, the correct use requires the adherence to the installation instructions, specifically:
• Voltage and frequency of the main power.
• Pressure, temperature and flow-rate of the inlet air.
• Ambient temperature.
This dryer is supplied tested and fully assembled. The only operation left to the user is the piping connections to the
compressed air system in compliance with the instructions given in the following chapters.
The purpose of the machine is the removal of water and residual oil vapor present in compressed air. The dried air
cannot be used for respiration purposes or for operations leading to direct contact with food products.
This dryer is nor suitable for the treatment of dirty air or of air containing solid particles.
2.1 TRANSPORTING THE UNIT
Check for visible loss or damage, if no visible damage is found place the unit near to the installation point and unpack the
contents.
• Always keep the dryer in the upright vertical position. Damage to components could result if unit is laid on its side or if
placed upside down.
• Store machine in a clean, dry environment, do not expose to severe weather environments.
The packaging materials are recyclable. Dispose of material in compliance with the rules and regulations in force in the
destination country.
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2.2 INSTALLATION SITE
Failure to install dryer in the proper ambient conditions will affect the dryer’s ability to condense refrigerant gas. This can
cause higher loads on the compressor, loss of dryer efficiency and performance, overheated condenser fan motors,
electrical component failure and dryer failure due to the following: compressor loss, fan motor failure and electrical
component failure. Failures of this type will affect warranty considerations.
Do not install dryer in an environment of corrosive chemicals, explosive gasses, poisonous gasses; steam heat, areas of
high ambient conditions or extreme dust and dirt.
In case of fire, use an approved fire extinguisher, Water is not an acceptable means in cases of electrical fire.
Minimal installation requirements:
• Select a clean dry room, free from dust, and protected from atmospheric disturbances.
• The supporting plate must be smooth, horizontal and able to hold the weight of the dryer.
• Minimum ambient temperatures 34°F see the data plate for maximum temperature.
• Allow at least 40 inches of clearance on each side of the dryer for proper ventilation and to facilitate maintenance operations.
The dryer doesn't require to be fixed to the supporting surface. Locks will be required for special installations (on brackets, hanging,
etc.).
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2.3 INSTALLATION LAYOUT
-AOUT
7
3
8
4
IN
1
5
9
2
9
9
9
6
-BOUT
3
7
8
4
IN
1
5
9
2
9
9
9
6
1
Air compressor
6
Dryer
2
Aftercooler
7
Compressed air tank
3
Condensate separator
8
Final filter
4
Pre-Filter
9
Condensate drain
5
By-pass group
Type A installation is suggested when the compressor operates at reduced intermittence and the total
consumption equals the compressor flow rate.
Type B installation is suggested when the air consumption can consistently change with peak values
highly exceeding the flow rate of the compressors. The capacity of the tank must be sized in order to
compensate eventual instantaneous demanding conditions (peak air consumption).
Correction factor for inlet air pressure changes:
Inlet air pressure psig
60
70
85
Factor
0.70 0.85
.093
100
1.00
115
1.06
Correction factor for ambient temperature changes (Air cooled only):
80
90
100
Ambient Temperature °F
Factor
1.09
1.06
1.00
Correction factor for inlet air temperature changes:
90
Air Temperature °F
Factor
1.15
Correction factor for DewPoint changes:
38
DewPoint °F
Factor
1.00
40
1.05
100
1.00
130
1.11
140
1.15
110
0.90
110
0.82
44
1.10
7
47
1.15
155
1.18
174
1.12
115
0.83
115
0.75
50
1.20
2.4 CONNECTION TO THE COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEM
Operations to be performed by qualified personnel only. Never work on compressed air piping under pressure.
The user is responsible to ensure that the dryer will never be operated with pressure exceeding the maximum
pressure rating on the unit data tag. Over pressurizing the dryer could be dangerous for both the operator and the
machine.
The air temperature and the scfm entering the dryer must comply with the limits reported on the data nameplate. The
system connecting piping must be kept free from dust, rust, chips and other impurities, and must be consistent with
the flow-rate of the dryer.
In order to perform maintenance operations, it recommended that by-pass piping be installed, as shown in illustration
1.1.
Illustration 1.1
Particular measures have been taken to reduce the amount of vibration that could occur during the operation.
Therefore, we recommend the use of connecting pipes that are able to insulate the vibration. (Flexible hoses,
vibration damping fittings, etc.)
2.5 Electrical Connections
Qualified personnel should carry out connections to the main power. Be sure to check the local codes in
your area.
Before connecting the unit to the electrical supply, verify the data nameplate for the proper electrical information.
Voltage tolerance is +/- 5%.
115/1/60 dryers are supplied with a standard North American power cord and plug assembly (two poles and a
ground.
230/1/60 is supplied with a junction box. Be sure to provide the proper fuses or breakers based on the data tag
information located on the back of the unit. The main power receptacle must be protected with a thermal overload
relay (I∆n+0.03A), rated to the power consumption of the dryer (refer to data nameplate for nominal values). The
power supply cord must meet or exceed ratings for the total amp draw of the unit.
Connect to a properly grounded outlet. Improper connection of the equipment-grounding conductor can result in risk
of electric shock. Do not use adapters on the plug receptacle- if it will fit the outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a
qualified electrician.
2.6 CONDENSATE DRAIN
Discharge is at system pressure. Drain line should be secured.
Never point the condensate drain line towards anybody.
The dryer comes with a flexible plastic drain tube (1/4”in diameter and 60in long) for the connection to suitable drain.
Removal of the condensate occurs through a solenoid valve protected with a mechanical filter. In order to avoid
clogging of the solenoid valve, the condensate from the cyclone separator is previously filtered, than discharged. An
adjustable electronic timer operates the solenoid valve coil.
The drain cannot be connected to pressurized systems.
Condensate may contain oil. Comply with applicable laws concerning disposal.
A water-oil separator should be installed before the air inlet to the dryer for the purpose of removing
condensate drainage coming from compressors, dryers, tanks, filters, etc.
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3.1 PRELIMINARY OPERATION
Verify that the operating parameters match with the nominal values reported on the data nameplate of the dryer
(voltage, frequency, air pressure, air temperature, ambient temperature, etc.).
This dryer has been thoroughly tested, packaged and inspected prior to shipment. Nevertheless, the unit could be
damaged during transportation, check the integrity of the dryer during initial start-up and monitor operation during the
first hours of operation.
Qualified personnel must perform the initial start-up.
When installing and operating this equipment, comply with all National Electrical Code and any applicable
federal, state and local codes.
3.2 INITIAL START-UP
This procedure should be followed on initial start-up, after periods of extended shutdown or following
maintenance procedures.
Qualified personnel must perform the start-up.
Sequence of operations:
• Ensure all steps of the “Installation” chapter have been followed.
• Confirm that all piping and electrical connections are proper.
• Ensure condensate drain lines are properly fastened and connected to a suitable drain system.
• If a by-pass is installed around the dryer, close the inlet and outlet isolation valves, open the by-pass valve.
• Verify that the manual valve mounted on condensate drain circuit is open.
• Remove all packaging and other material that could obstruct the area around the dryer.
• Turn on the main power to the unit
POSITION 1
POSITION 2
• Move the rocker “ON/OFF” switch to the “ON” position (in the on
ON
position the switch should be illuminated), the “ON” led located on
the control panel (pos. 1) should be lit.
• Compare amp draw to nominal values on the data nameplate.
• Verify the operation of the condensate drain circuit - wait for first
activation.
• Allow the dryer temperature to stabilize at the pre-set value.
• Slowly open the air inlet valve.
• Slowly open the air outlet valve.
• Slowly close the central by-pass valve of the system
• Check the piping for air leakage.
3.3 START-UP AND SHUT DOWN
Operation :
• Check the condenser for cleanliness.
• Verify power to the system.
• Move the rocker “ON/OFF” switch to the “ON” position.
• Check that the “ON/OFF” switch and the LED
on the DMC11 are both illuminated.
• Wait a few minutes, verify that the DewPoint displayed on the DMC11 is correct and that the condensate drains
actuates regularly.
• Turn on the air compressor.
• A hot gas by-pass solenoid valve is utilized to prevent evaporator and drain freeze-ups during low load
conditions; valve activation is detected by illumination of the
display on the DMC11 (pos. 2).
Switching off :
• Verify that the DewPoint displayed on the DMC11 is correct.
• Switch off the air compressor.
• After few minutes, Move the rocker “ON/OFF” switch of the dryer to the “OFF” position.
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4.1 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS CNC18-CNC75 (115/1/60)
21.1/4 in - 540 mm
2 in - 50 mm
8.1/4 in
210 mm
8.1/4 in
210 mm
19.7/8 in - 505 mm
17.3/4 in - 450 mm
MODEL
1
Air flow at nominal condition
Pressure DewPoint at nominal cond.
Ambient temperature nominal (max.)
Min. ambient temperature
Nominal (max.) inlet air temperature
N o m i n a l i n l e t a ir p r e s s u r e
Max. inlet air pressure
Exit pressure drop - ∆p
Inlet - outlet connections
T yp e o f r e f r i g e r a n t
Refrigerant charging
Power supply
Nominal electric consumption
M a x . e l e c t r ic c o n s u m p t io n
M a x . n o i s e le v e l a t 4 0 i n ( 1 m )
Weight
[Nl/min]
[Nm³/h]
[scfm]
[°F]
[°F]
[°F]
[°F]
[psig]
[psig]
1
[psi]
[ NPT-F]
[oz]
[g]
[Phase/V/Hz]
[A]
[A]
[dbA]
[lbs/kg]
Correction factor for operating pressure changes :
Inlet air pressure
psig
60
70
85
Factor
0.70
0.85
0.93
CNC18
480
29
17
CNC25
CNC35
CNC55
765
990
1585
46
59
95
27
35
56
+ 3 8 e q u a l t o 0 . 7 3 g / N m ³ o f H2O
+100 (+115)
+34
+100 (+115)
100 (6.9 barg)
232 (16 barg)
4.4 (0.3 bar)
CNC75
2125
127
75
1/2"
3/4”
R134.a(HFC) - CH2F-CF3
12.3/8
9.3/4
13.1/4
350
275
375
115/1/60
3.3
4.3
5.9
4.3
5.6
7.8
< 70
86/39
90/41
95/43
1”
7.7/8
225
2.7
3.4
82/37
100
1.00
115
1.06
Correction factor for ambient temperature changes:
Ambient temperature
ºF
80
90
Factor
1.09
1.06
Correction factor for inlet air temperature changes:
Air temperature
ºF
90
Factor
1.15
Correction factor for dew point changes:
DewPoint
ºF
38
Factor
1.00
130
1.11
100
1.00
100
1.00
40
1.05
140
1.15
155
1.18
170
1.21
110
0.90
110
0.82
44
1.10
6.1
8.0
99/45
200
1.25
115
0.83
115
0.75
47
1.15
The nominal condition refers to an ambient temperature of +100°F with inlet air at 100 psig and +100°F.
10
15
425
50
1.20
232
1.28
4.2 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS CNC18-CNC75 (230/1/60)
21.1/4 in - 540 mm
2 in - 50 mm
8.1/4 in
210 mm
8.1/4 in
210 mm
19.7/8 in - 505 mm
17.3/4 in - 450 mm
MODEL
1
Air flow at nominal condition
Pressure DewPoint at nominal cond.
Ambient temperature nominal (max.)
Min. ambient temperature
Nominal (max.) inlet air temperature
N o m i n a l i n l e t a ir p r e s s u r e
Max. inlet air pressure
Exit pressure drop - ∆p
Inlet - outlet connections
T yp e o f r e f r i g e r a n t
Refrigerant charging
Power supply
Nominal electric consumption
M a x . e l e c t r ic c o n s u m p t io n
M a x . n o i s e le v e l a t 4 0 i n ( 1 m )
Weight
[Nl/min]
[Nm³/h]
[scfm]
[°F]
[°F]
[°F]
[°F]
[psig]
[psig]
1
[psi]
[ NPT-F]
[oz]
[g]
[Phase/V/Hz]
[A]
[A]
[dbA]
[lbs/kg]
Correction factor for operating pressure changes :
Inlet air pressure
psig
60
70
85
Factor
0.70
0.85
0.93
CNC18
480
29
17
CNC25
CNC35
CNC55
765
990
1585
46
59
95
27
35
56
+ 3 8 e q u a l t o 0 . 7 3 g / N m ³ o f H2O
+100 (+115)
+34
+100 (+115)
100 (6.9 barg)
232 (16 barg)
4.4 (0.3 bar)
CNC75
2125
127
75
1/2"
3/4”
R134.a(HFC) - CH2F-CF3
12 3/8
9 3/4
13 1/4
350
275
375
230/1/60
1.7
2.2
3.0
2.2
2.8
3.9
< 70
86/39
90/41
95/43
1”
7 7/8
225
1.4
1.7
82/37
100
1.00
115
1.06
Correction factor for ambient temperature changes:
Ambient temperature
ºF
80
90
Factor
1.09
1.06
Correction factor for inlet air temperature changes:
Air temperature
ºF
90
Factor
1.15
Correction factor for dew point changes:
DewPoint
ºF
38
Factor
1.00
130
1.11
100
1.00
100
1.00
40
1.05
140
1.15
155
1.18
170
1.21
110
0.90
110
0.82
44
1.10
3.1
4.0
99/45
200
1.25
115
0.83
115
0.75
47
1.15
The nominal condition refers to an ambient temperature of +100°F with inlet air at 100 psig and +100°F.
11
15
425
50
1.20
232
1.28
4.3 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS CNC100-CNC160 (115/1/60)
26.3/8 in - 670 mm
2.3/4 in - 70 mm
3.1/8 in
80 mm
10.1 /4 in
260 mm
25 in - 635 mm
21.1/4 in - 540 mm
MODEL
1
Air flow at nominal condition
Pressure DewPoint at nominal cond.
Ambient temperature nominal (max.)
Min. ambient temperature
Nominal (max.) inlet air temperature
N o m i n a l i n l e t a ir p r e s s u r e
Max. inlet air pressure
Exit pressure drop - ∆p
Inlet - outlet connections
T yp e o f r e f r i g e r a n t
Refrigerant charging
Power supply
Nominal electric consumption
M a x . e l e c t r ic c o n s u m p t i o n
M a x . n o i s e le v e l a t 4 0 i n ( 1 m )
Weight
CNC100
CNC135
CNC160
2830
3880
4760
170
233
285
100
137
168
+ 3 8 e q u a l t o 0 . 7 3 g / N m ³ o f H2O
+100 (+115)
+34
+100 (+115)
100 (6.9 barg)
232 (16 barg)
4.4 (0.3 bar)
[Nl/min]
[Nm³/h]
[scfm]
[°F]
[°F]
[°F]
[°F]
[psig]
[psig]
1
[psi]
[ NPT-F]
1”
[oz]
[g]
[Phase/V/Hz]
[A]
[A]
[dbA]
[lbs/kg]
Correction factor for operating pressure changes :
Inlet air pressure
psig
60
70
85
Factor
0.70
0.85
0.93
20.1/4
575
8.8
11.4
126/57
100
1.00
115
1.06
Correction factor for ambient temperature changes:
Ambient temperature
ºF
80
90
Factor
1.09
1.06
Correction factor for inlet air temperature changes:
Air temperature
ºF
90
Factor
1.15
Correction factor for dew point changes:
DewPoint
ºF
38
Factor
1.00
1.1/4”
R134.a(HFC) - CH2F-CF3
23
650
115/1/60
10.2
13
< 70
168/76
130
1.11
100
1.00
100
1.00
40
1.05
140
1.15
155
1.18
170
1.21
110
0.90
110
0.82
44
1.10
23.7/8
675
12.6
14.4
207/94
200
1.25
115
0.83
115
0.75
47
1.15
The nominal condition refers to an ambient temperature of +100°F with inlet air at 100 psig and +100°F.
12
1.1/2”
50
1.20
232
1.28
4.4 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS CNC100-CNC250 (230/1/60)
26.3/8 in - 670 mm
2.3/4 in - 70 mm
3.1/8 in
80 mm
11.1/4 in
290 mm
25 in - 635 mm
21.1/4 in - 540 mm
MODEL
1
Air flow at nominal condition
Pressure DewPoint at nominal cond.
Ambient temperature nominal (max.)
Min. ambient temperature
Nominal (max.) inlet air temperature
N o m i n a l i n le t a ir p r e s s u r e
Max. inlet air pressure
Exit pressure drop - ∆p
Inlet - outlet connections
T yp e o f r e f r i g e r a n t
Refrigerant charging
Power supply
Nominal electric consumption
M a x . e l e c t r ic c o n s u m p t io n
M a x . n o i s e le v e l a t 4 0 i n ( 1 m )
Weight
CNC100
2830
170
100
[Nl/min]
[Nm³/h]
[scfm]
[°F]
[°F]
[°F]
[°F]
[psig]
[psig]
1
[psi]
[ NPT-F]
1”
[oz]
[g]
[Phase/V/Hz]
[A]
[A]
[dbA]
[lbs/kg]
20.1/4
575
4.4
5.7
126/57
Correction factor for operating pressure changes :
Inlet air pressure
psig
60
70
85
100
Factor
0.70
0.85
0.93
1.00
115
1.06
Correction factor for ambient temperature changes:
Ambient temperature
ºF
80
90
Factor
1.09
1.06
Correction factor for inlet air temperature changes:
Air temperature
ºF
90
Factor
1.15
Correction factor for dew point changes:
DewPoint
ºF
38
Factor
1.00
CNC135
CNC160
CNC200
3880
4760
5660
233
285
340
137
168
200
+ 3 8 e q u a l t o 0 . 7 3 g / N m ³ o f H2O
+100 (+115)
+34
+100 (+115)
100 (6.9 barg)
232 (16 barg)
4.4 (0.3 bar)
130
1.11
100
1.00
140
1.15
155
1.18
170
1.21
110
0.90
110
0.82
44
1.10
200
1.25
115
0.83
115
0.75
47
1.15
The nominal condition refers to an ambient temperature of +100°F with inlet air at 100 psig and +100°F.
13
CNC250
6650
399
235
1.1/4”
1.1/2”
2”
R134.a(HFC) - CH2F-CF3
23
23.7/8
26.1/2
28.1/4
650
675
750
800
230/1/60
5.1
6.3
7.2
7.5
6.5
7.2
10.4
10.7
< 70
168/76
207/94
225/102
231/105
100
1.00
40
1.05
ELE BOX
50
1.20
232
1.28
4.5 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS CNC320-CNC400 (230/1/60)
4.1/2 in - 115 mm
MODEL
1
Air flow at nominal condition
Pressure DewPoint at nominal cond.
Ambient temperature nominal (max.)
Min. ambient temperature
Nominal (max.) inlet air temperature
N o m i n a l i n le t a ir p r e s s u r e
Max. inlet air pressure
Exit pressure drop - ∆p
Inlet - outlet connections
T yp e o f r e f r i g e r a n t
Refrigerant charging
Power supply
Nominal electric consumption
M a x . e l e c t r ic c o n s u m p t i o n
M a x . n o i s e le v e l a t 4 0 i n ( 1 m )
Weight
CNC320
CNC400
8780
11330
527
680
310
400
+ 3 8 e q u a l t o 0 . 7 3 g / N m ³ o f H2O
+100 (+115)
+34
+100 (+115)
100 (6.9 barg)
232 (16 barg)
4.4 (0.3 bar)
[Nl/min]
[Nm³/h]
[scfm]
[°F]
[°F]
[°F]
[°F]
[psig]
[psig]
1
[ p s i]
[ NPT-F]
2”
2.1/2”
R134.a(HFC) - CH2F-CF3
77.1/2
88.1/4
2200
2500
230/1/60
8.2
8.5
11.4
11.7
< 70
463/210
530/240
[oz]
[g]
[Phase/V/Hz]
[A]
[A]
[dbA]
[lbs/kg]
Correction factor for operating pressure changes :
Inlet air pressure
psig
60
70
85
100
Factor
0.70
0.85
0.93
1.00
115
1.06
Correction factor for ambient temperature changes:
Ambient temperature
ºF
80
90
Factor
1.09
1.06
Correction factor for inlet air temperature changes:
Air temperature
ºF
90
Factor
1.15
Correction factor for dew point changes:
DewPoint
ºF
38
Factor
1.00
130
1.11
140
1.15
100
1.00
100
1.00
40
1.05
155
1.18
170
1.21
110
0.90
110
0.82
44
1.10
115
0.83
115
0.75
47
1.15
The nominal condition refers to an ambient temperature of +100°F with inlet air at 100 psig and +100°F.
14
200
1.25
50
1.20
232
1.28
5.1 CONTROL PANEL CNC18-CNC160 (115/1/60)
The control panel illustrated below is the only operator interface.
2
1
1
0
ON
set
set
K
3
1
Rocker Switch On/Off (Illuminated when On)
2
DMC11 Air Dryer Controller
3
A i r a n d r e f r ig e r a t i n g g a s f l o w d i a g r a m
5.2 CONTROL PANEL CNC18-CNC250 (230/1/60)
The control panel illustrated below is the only operator interface.
4
2
1
1
0
ON
set
set
3
K
1
Rocker Switch On/Off (Illuminated when On)
3
A i r a n d r e f r ig e r a t i n g g a s f l o w d i a g r a m
2
DMC11 Air Dryer Controller
4
Circuit Breakers
5.3 CONTROL PANEL CNC320-CNC400
The control panel illustrated below is the only operator interface.
4
3
1
Rotary Switch
3
A i r a n d r e f r ig e r a t i n g g a s f l o w d i a g r a m
2
DMC11 Air Dryer Controller
4
Circuit Breakers
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5.4 OPERATION
Operating principal-The dryer models described in this manual operate all on the same principal. The hot moisture
laden air enters an air to air heat exchanger. The air then goes through the evaporator, also known as the air to
refrigerant heat exchanger. The temperature of the air is reduced to approximately 35-39 degrees Fahrenheit,
causing water vapor to condense to liquid. The liquid is continuously coalesced and collected in the separator for
removal by the condensate drain. The cool moisture free air then passes back through the air to air heat exchanger to
be reheated to within fifteen degrees of the incoming air temperature as it exits the dryer.
Refrigerant circuit - Refrigerant (R-134a) gas is cycled through the compressor and exits at high
pressure to an air condenser where heat is removed causing the refrigerant to condense to a high
pressure liquid state. The liquid is forced through a metering device (capillary tube or thermal expansion
valve) where the resulting pressure drop allows the refrigerant to boil off at a predetermined temperature.
Low pressure liquid refrigerant enters the heat exchanger where heat from the incoming air is transferred
causing the refrigerant to boil; the resulting phase change produces a low pressure, low temperature gas.
The low pressure gas is returned to the compressor, where it is re-compressed and begins the cycle
again. During those periods when the compressed air load is reduced the excess refrigerant is bypassed automatically back to the compressor via the hot gas by-pass valve circuit.
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5.5 AIR/REFRIGERANT FLOW DIAGRAM CNC18-CNC250
9
17
DMC
5
8
7
10
18
1
6
2
PA
PV
15
16
M
14
4
3
13
11
12
17 DMC
1
Refrigeration compressor
10
Condensate separator
2
Air condenser
11
Condensate drain service valve
3
Filter dryer
12
Condensate y strainer
4
Capillary tube
13
Condensate drain solenoid valve
5
Air to refrigerant heat exchanger
14
Condenser fan motor
6
Liquid accumulator (CNC100-CNC250 only)
15
Refrigerant pressure switch PA (CNC250 only)
7
Hot gas by-pass solenoid valve
16
Refrigerant pressure switch PV (CNC100-CNC250 only)
8
By-pass system (optional)
17
DMC11 Controller
9
Air-to-air heat exchanger
18
DMC11 Controller (DewPoint) probe
Air flow direction
Refrigerating gas flow direction
17
5.6 AIR/REFRIGERANT FLOW DIAGRAM CNC320-CNC400
11
10
7
12
1
19
8
PB
PA
PV
17
17
17
9
2
M
16
DMC
6
5
18
4
3
15
13
14
13
14
DMC
18
15
1
Refrigeration compressor
11
Air-to-air heat exchanger
2
Air condenser
12
Condensate separator
3
Liquid receiver
13
Condensate drain service valve
4
Filter dryer
14
Condensate y strainer
5
Sight-glass
15
Condensate drain solenoid valve
6
Thermal expansion valve
16
Condenser fan motor
7
Air to refrigerant heat exchanger
17
Refrigerant pressure switch PB - PA - PV
8
Liquid accumulator
18
DMC11Controller
9
Hot gas by-pass solenoid valve
19
DMC11 Controller (DewPoint) probe
10
By-pass system (optional)
Air flow direction
Refrigerating gas flow direction
18
5.7 REFRIGERATION COMPRESSOR
The refrigeration compressor is the pump of the system where the gas coming from the evaporator (low pressure side) is
compressed up to the condensation pressure (high pressure side). The compressors utilized are manufactured by primary
companies and are designed for applications where high compression ratios and wide temperature changes are present.
The fully sealed construction is perfectly gas tight, so ensuring high-energy efficiency and long useful life. Dumping springs
supports the pumping unit, in order to consistently reduce the acoustic emission and the vibration diffusion.
The electric motor is cooled by the aspirated refrigerating gas, which goes through the coils before reaching the
compression cylinders. The thermal protection protects the compressor from over heating and over currents. The
protection is automatically restored as soon as the nominal temperature conditions are reached.
5.8 CONDENSER UNIT
The condenser is the element in which the gas coming from the compressor is cooled down and condensed becoming a
liquid. Mechanically, a copper tubing circuit (with the gas flowing inside) forms it immersed in an aluminum fin package.
The cooling operation occurs via a high efficiency fan, which, in applying pressure on the air contained within the dryer,
forces it into the fin package. It’s mandatory that the temperature of the ambient air will not exceed the nominal values. It is
also important TO KEEP THE UNIT FREE FORM DUST AND OTHER IMPURITIES.
5.9 LIQUID RECEIVER (CNC320-CNC400 only)
The liquid receiver is located between the condenser unit and the air to refrigerant heat exchanger. It stores a minimal
amount of liquid refrigerant during normal operations, which becomes available in case of a sudden increase in load.
5.10 FILTER DRIER
Traces of humidity and slag can accumulate inside the refrigeration circuit, or long periods of use can produce sludge,
could limit the lubrication of the compressor and clog the expansion valve or capillary tube.
The function of the filter drier, located before the capillary tubing, is to stop the impurities, avoiding their circulation within
the system.
5.11 CAPILLARY TUBE (CNC18-CNC250 only)
It consists of a piece of reduced cross section copper tubing located between the condenser and the evaporator and acts
as a metering device to reduce the pressure of the refrigerant. Reduction of pressure is a function of the temperature to be
reached within the evaporator: the smaller the capillary tube outlet pressure, the lower the evaporation temperature.
The length and interior diameter of the capillary tubing is accurately sized with the performance to be reached by the dryer;
no maintenance or adjustment is necessary.
5.12 LIQUID SIGHT-GLASS (CNC320-CNC400 only)
It is installed inline on the refrigeration system and it is used to check the flow of the refrigerant itself. It is provided with an
indicator tablet, made of a special chemical substance, that changes color according to the percentage of humidity in the
refrigerant. Blue indicates normal operations; a change to a pinkish color represents moisture in the system.
5.13 THERMAL EXPANSION VALVE (CNC320-CNC400 only)
The valve acts as a metering device where the resulting pressure drop allows the refrigerant to boil off at a predetermined
temperature regardless of variations in thermal load. Reduction of pressure is a function of the temperature to be reached
within the evaporator
5.14 EVAPORATOR
Also called an air-refrigerant exchanger. The liquid refrigerant formed in the condenser is evaporated in this part of the
circuit. In the evaporation phase the refrigerant side of the evaporator tends to absorb heat from the compressed air
present in the other side of the exchanger. The evaporator is immersed in the cabinet base of the dryer and insulated with
non-CFC expanded insulating foam. The part is entirely constructed in copper and the cooler goes in the opposite direction
to the air, thus contributing to limited pressure loss and to provide efficient thermal exchange.
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5.15 LIQUID ACCUMULATOR (CNC100-CNC400 only)
It prevents the return of liquid refrigerant to the compressor separating droplets not evaporated from the gas flow.
5.16 HOT GAS BY-PASS SOLENOID VALVE
This valve is located between the pressure side of the compressor and the terminal side of the evaporator.
Its purpose is to avoid conditions of low thermal charge in the dryer (low air flow or relatively cold air)
The temperature inside the evaporators will drop below 32ºF. Temperature below 32ºF would eventually allow the
formation of ice inside the evaporator, with the consequent blockage of air flow and, in the worst of the cases, the rupture
of the evaporator itself. The DMC11 Controller activates the coil of the solenoid valve.
5.17 AIR-TO-AIR EXCHANGER
The purpose of this exchanger is the transmission of the heat of the incoming air to the exiting cold air. The benefits of this
solution are basically twofold: the incoming air is partially cooled down. Therefore the chilling system can be sized for a
lower thermal drop, thus allowing a 40-50% energy saving; moreover, cool air will never reach the compressed air circuit
and condensate will not form on the external surface of the piping.
5.18 CONDENSATE SEPARATOR
The cold air exiting the evaporator circulates into the centrifugal type condensate separator. By means of a winged
diaphragm, the incoming air attains a high-speed rotary motion. Therefore, due the centrifugal force, the condensed
particles are projected onto the lateral surface and then migrate to the bottom, which acts as an accumulation reservoir for
the separated condensate and is expelled by the drain solenoid valve at regular intervals. The resulting condensate free air
exits the separator and is driven into the air-to-air exchanger.
The centrifugal type separator offers the advantage of high efficiency, even with variable flow-rates. It doesn’t require
maintenance, it does not clog and it is able to separate solid particles as well.
5.19 REFRIGERANT PRESSURE SWITCH PB - PA - P V
Pressure switches are installed in the refrigerant circuit as operational safety and dryer protection devices.
PB : Low pressure switch (CNC320-CNC400 only) on the pushing side (high side) of the compressor, is enabled only if the
pressure drops below the pre-set value. The values are automatically reset when the nominal conditions are restored.
PA :
Calibrated pressure :
R 134.a
Stop 2.9 psig (0.2 barg) - Restart 29.4 psig (2.0 barg)
This high pressure switch (CNC250-CNC400 only), located on the pushing side on the compressor, is activated when
the pressure exceeds the pre-set value. It features a manual-resetting button mounted on the controller itself.
PV :
Calibrated pressure :
R 134.a
Stop 294 psig (20 barg) - Manual Reset
Condenser unit fan control pressure safety switch (CNC100-CNC400 only) placed at the outlet side of condenser unit. It
keeps the condensation temperature/pressure constant within preset limits (air cooled).
Calibrated pressure :
R 134.a
Stop 126 psig / 100°F - Restart 183 psig / 118°F
Stop 8.6 barg / 38°C - Restart 12.5 barg / 48°C
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5.20 DMC11 AIR DRYER CONTROLLER
Button
-
Access set-up functions.
Button
-
LED
LED
-
Condensate drain-push to test / change drain
interval setting.
Illuminated = power on.
Flashing = set-up condition.
Hot-gas solenoid valve activated.
LED
-
Condensate drain solenoid valve activated.
ON
set
set
DISPLAY
The DMC11 device controls the operation of the dryer, and allows adjustment to the operating parameters. A temperaturedependent semiconductor probe located at the end of the evaporator controls the hot-gas solenoid valve activation. An
electronic timer drives the condensate drain solenoid valve at regular intervals.
OPERATION - During the dryer operation, the LED
is illuminated.
The LED display (consisting of ten LED’s) indicates the current operating DewPoint. The LED’s illuminate sequentially from
left to right, refer to the tri-colored gradient decal directly above the LED display itself.
• Blue section - the DewPoint of the dryer is too low: risk of freeze-up.
• Green section – acceptable operating conditions ensuring an optimal DewPoint ;
• Red section – The DewPoint is too high, air is not being properly treated.
PARAMETERS AND ADJUSTMENTS
Activation of the hot-gas solenoid valve occurs when the DewPoint drops below 37.4°F - 3°C (refer to table-Set point) LED illuminates - valve is deactivated when the DewPoint rises above 40°F - 4.5°C (Set point + ∆t) The condensate drain solenoid valve activates for 2 seconds (refer to table-TON) (refer to table-TOFF).
Depress the
LED off.
LED on – in 60 second intervals
button to perform manual test of the condensate drain.
SET-UP - The DMC11 is preset to factory specifications for typical use. The following parameters can be changed to meet
specific user requirements:
• Set point - activation temperature of the hot-gas solenoid valve (fix hysteresis - ∆t equal to 2.7°F - 1.5°C).
• TON - condensate drain solenoid valve activation duration time.
• TOFF – Interval time between activation of the condensate drain solenoid valve.
To access set-up, depress and hold the
button for 2 seconds, the
LED flashing confirms the command.
Parameters cycle in sequence, the Set Point parameter is first, followed by TON, then TOFF. Depress the
the next parameter. The current value for the parameter is shown as a single flashing LED.
button to access
button to toggle through
button use the
To change the value of the selected parameter, while pressing the
available settings. For the value range and the resolution (value of each single LED), see the following table:
Parameter
Description
Set point
Activation of the hot-gas
solenoid valve
TON
TOFF
Activation time of the condensate drain
solenoid valve
Pause time of the condensate
drain solenoid valve
Display
Synchronous flashing
LED
+ LED
Synchronous flashing
Value
range
Resolution
Set
value
35.6 - 43.7 °F
2.0 - 6.5 ºC
0.9 °F
0.5 ºC
37.4 °F
3 ºC
1 - 10 sec
1 sec
2 sec
1 - 10 min
1 min
1 min
+ LED
LED
Non-synchronous flashing
+ LED
LED
The "out of scale" conditions are indicated by the intermittent flashing of the first and the last LED of the display, depicts a
chosen setting out of acceptable range.
To exit the set-up condition at any time, press the
system returns to operation function.
button. If no operations are performed for a 2-minute period, the
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5.21 ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC CNC18-CNC75 (115/1/60)
IG
3
Bn
3
3
Bu
DMC11
2
Y/G
3
P
O
W
E
PE
3
Air Dryer Controller
2
1
2
1
4
5
4
Bn
Bn
11 12
K
5
Vc
M
M
PR
EVB
EVD
2
2
Bu
Bu
2
2
5.22 ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC CNC18-CNC75 (230/1/60)
IG
Bn
Bu
Y/G
PE
Bn
3
Bn
DMC11
PO
WE
R
3
Air Dryer Controller
K
2
2
1
1
4
4
EVB
5
11
12
5
EVD
Vc
M
PR
Bu
Legend:
IG : Rocker On/Off switch
K : Refrigeration compressor
KR : Compressor start-up relay
KM : Compressor electric motor
KT : Compressor thermal protection
M
VC
PR
EVB
EVD
22
Bu
: Condenser fan motor
: DMC11 probe
: Hot gas by-pass solenoid valve
: Condensate drain solenoid valve
5.23 ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC CNC100-CNC160 (115/1/60)
IG
3
Bn
3
3
Bu
DMC11
2
Y/G
3
P
O
W
E
PE
3
Bn
Bn
Air Dryer Controller
2
1
2
4
1
5
4
11 12
K
5
Vc
M
M
PR
EVB
2
EVD
2
Bu
Bu
2
2
5.24 ELECTRICAL LAYOUT CNC100-CNC200 (230/1/60)
IG
Bn
Bu
Y/G
PE
Bn
3
Bn
DMC11
P
O
W
E
3
Air Dryer Controller
2
2
1
1
4
4
5
11 12
K
5
Vc
M
EVB
EVD
M
PR
Bu
Bu
Legend:
IG
K
KR
KM
KT
: Rocker On/Off switch
: Refrigeration compressor
: Compressor start-up relay
: Compressor electric motor
: Compressor thermal protection
VC
PV
PR
EVB
EVD
23
: Condenser fan motor
: Refrigerant pressure switch (fan control)
: DMC11 probe
: Hot gas by-pass solenoid valve
: Condensate drain solenoid valve
5.25 ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC CNC250 (230/1/60)
IG
Bn
Bu
Y/G
PE
Bn
3
Bn
DMC11
3
Air Dryer Controller
P
O
W
E
2
2
1
1
4
5
4
11 12
K
5
Vc
M
EVB
M
PR
EVD
Bu
Bu
5.26 ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC CNC320-CNC400 (230/1/60)
IG
Bn
3
DMC11
Bu
Y/G
PE
PO
WE
R
3
2
Bn
Bn
Air Dryer Controller
1
4
5
11
12
2
K
Bn
PR
EVD
Vc
M
M
Bu
Bu
Legend:
IG : Rotary On/Off switch
K : Refrigeration compressor
KR : Compressor start-up relay
KM : Compressor electric motor
KT : Compressor thermal protection
VC : Condenser fan motor
PV
PA
PB
PR
EVB
EVD
24
: Refrigerant pressure switch (fan control)
: Refrigerant pressure switch (high pressure)
: Refrigerant pressure switch (low pressure)
: DMC11 probe
: Hot gas by-pass solenoid valve
: Condensate drain solenoid valve
6.1 MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Only qualified personnel should perform maintenance operations.
Prior to performing any maintenance or service, be sure that:
• Ensure that the power is off and the unit is at atmospheric pressure.
• Main power circuit breaker is in the off position per lock out/tag out procedures.
• Ensure that maintenance personnel have read and understand the safety and operations instructions in
this manual.
High temperature conditions exist during operation of system. Avoid contact until system or component
has dissipated heat.
DAILY
• Verify that the DewPoint displayed on the DMC11 is correct.
• Check the proper operation of the condensate drain system.
• Inspect the condenser for cleanliness.
EVERY 200 HOURS OR MONTHLY
• Blow entire unit out with compressed air (Max. 30 psig - 2 barg)
• Blow condenser coils out with compressed air.
• Close the manual condensate drain valve, remove the mechanical filter and clean it with compressed air
and a brush. Reinstall the filter, make sure it is tight, and open the manual valve.
• Verify operation of the machine.
EVERY 1000 HOURS OR YEARLY
• Tighten all electrical connections. Look for broken, cracked or bare wires.
• Inspect refrigeration circuit for signs of oil and refrigerant leakage.
• Measure and record amperage. Verify that readings are within acceptable parameters as listed in
specification table.
• Inspect condensate drain flexible hoses, and replace if necessary.
• Verify operation of the machine.
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6.2 REPLACEMENT PARTS
 Suggested spare part
DESCRIPTION
CNC (115/1/60)
35
55
Part Number
18
25
Condensate Y type drain filter
64355FF011
1
1
1
1
1
Fan motor
5210135005
1
Fan motor
5210135010
1
1
1
1
Fan blade
5215000010
Fan blade
5215000019
1
1
1
1
Fan shroud
5225000010
1
1
1
1
DMC11 Controller
5620130100
1
1
1
1
1
DMC11 Probe
5625NNN020
1
1
1
1
1
Condensate drain solenoid valve
64320FF005
1
1
1
1
1
Solenoid coil-condensate drain 115/60
64N22MM035
1
1
1
1
1
By-pass solenoid valve
64120SS005
1
1
By-pass solenoid valve
64120SS010
1
1
1
Solenoid coil-hot gas bypass 115/60
64N22MM055
1
1
1
1
1
Rocker switch 2P 0/1
5450SZN010
1
1
1
1
1
Compressor
5015135003
1
Compressor
5015135005
Compressor
5015135007
Compressor
5015135009
Compressor
5015135011
.
26
75
1
1
1
1
1
REPLACEMENT PARTS
 Suggested spare part.
DESCRIPTION
CNC(230/1/60)
35
55
Part Number
18
25
Condensate Y type drain filter
64355FF011
1
1
1
1
1
Fan motor
5210110005
1
Fan motor
5210110011
1
1
1
1
Fan blade
5215000010
Fan blade
5215000019
1
1
1
1
Fan shroud
5225000010
1
1
1
1
DMC11 Controller
5620110100
1
1
1
1
1
DMC11 probe
5625NNN020
1
1
1
1
1
Condensate drain solenoid valve
64320FF005
1
1
1
1
1
Solenoid coil-condensate drain 230/60
64N22MM005
1
1
1
1
1
By-pass solenoid valve
64120SS005
1
1
By-pass solenoid valve
64120SS010
1
1
1
Solenoid coil-hot gas by-pass 230/60
64N22MM060
1
1
1
1
1
Rocker switch 2P 0/1
5450SZN010
1
1
1
1
1
Panel circuit breaker 5A
54441K7005
2
2
2
2
2
Panel circuit breaker 10A
54441K7010
2
2
2
2
2
Compressor
5015110004
1
Compressor
5015110007
Compressor
5015110109
Compressor
5015110113
Compressor
5015115011
27
75
1
1
1
1
1
REPLACEMENT PARTS
 Suggested spare part.
Part Number
100
CNC (115/1/60)
135
160
Condensate Y type drain filter
64355FF011
1
1
1
Fan motor
5210135015
1
1
Fan motor
5210135021
Fan blade
5215000025
Fan blade
5215000034
Fan shroud
5225000027
Fan shroud
5225000030
DMC11 Controller
5620130100
1
1
1
DMC11 probe
5625NNN020
1
1
1
Condensate drain solenoid valve
64320FF011
1
1
1
Solenoid coil-condensate drain
64N22MM021
1
1
1
By-pass solenoid valve
64120SS010
1
By-pass solenoid valve
64120SS015
1
1
Solenoid coil-hot gas by-pass 115/60
64N22MM055
1
1
1
Rocker switch 2P 0/1
5450SZN010
1
1
1
Compressor
5015135020
1
Compressor
5015135023
Compressor
5015135026
Refrigerant pressure switch PV
5655NNN150
DESCRIPTION
28
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
REPLACEMENT PARTS
 Suggested spare part.
DESCRIPTION
Part Number
100
135
Condensate Y type drain filter
64355FF011
1
1
Fan motor
5210110017
1
1
Fan motor
5210110022
Fan blade
5215000025
Fan blade
5215000034
Fan shroud
5225000027
Fan shroud
5225000030
DMC11 Controller
5620110100
1
DMC11 probe
5625NNN020
Condensate drain solenoid valve
CNC (230/1/60)
160
200
250
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
64320FF011
1
1
1
1
1
Solenoid coil- condensate drain
64N22MM021
1
1
1
1
1
By-pass solenoid valve
64120SS010
1
By-pass solenoid valve
64120SS015
1
1
1
1
solenoid coil-hot gas by-pass 230/60
64N22MM060
1
1
1
1
1
Rocker switch 2P 0/1
5450SZN010
1
1
1
1
1
Circuit breaker 5A
54441K7005
2
2
2
2
2
Circuit breaker 10A
54441K7010
2
2
2
2
2
Compressor
5015115020
1
Compressor
5015115023
Compressor
5015115026
Compressor
5015115029
1
1
Refrigerant pressure switch PA
5655NNN092
Refrigerant pressure switch PV
5655NNN150
29
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
REPLACEMENT PARTS
 Suggested spare part.
CNC (230/1/60)
DESCRIPTION
Part Number
320
400
Condensate Y type drain filter
64355FF011
1
1
Fan
5250110071
1
1
DMC11 Controller
5620110100
1
1
DMC11 probe
5625NNN020
1
1
Condensate drain solenoid valve
64320FF011
1
1
Solenoid coil-condensate drain
64N22MM021
1
1
By-pass solenoid valve
64120SS015
1
1
Solenoid coil-hot gas by-pass 230/60
64N22MM060
1
1
Rotary power switch
5450SZN109
1
1
Circuit breaker 5A
54441K7005
2
2
Circuit breaker 10A
54441K7010
2
2
Compressor
5015115029
1
1
Thermostatic valve
64130MM005
1
-
Thermostatic valve
64130MM006
-
1
Refrigerant pressure switch PA-PB
5655NNN095
1
1
Refrigerant pressure switch PV
5655NNN150
1
1
NOTE:
When ordering replacement parts, have information from data nameplate available.
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7.1 TROUBLESHOOTING
Only qualified personnel should perform maintenance operations.
Prior to performing any maintenance or service, be sure that:
• Ensure that the power is off and the unit is at atmospheric pressure.
• Main power circuit breaker is in the off position per lock out/tag out procedures.
• Ensure that maintenance personnel have read and understand the safety and operations instructions in
this manual.
• High temperature conditions exist during operation of system. Avoid contact until system or component
has dissipated heat.
SYMPTOM
Î The machine doesn't start.
Î The compressor doesn’t work.
POSSIBLE CAUSE - SUGGESTED ACTION
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Check inlet power.
Verify electric wiring connections.
Check continuity of On/Off switch
Activation of the internal thermal protection - wait for 30 minutes, then retry.
Verify the electric wiring.
Replace the internal thermal protection.
If present, replace the start-up relay.
If present, replace the start-up capacitor.
If present, replace the run capacitor.
The refrigerant pressure switch PA has been activated (CNC250-CNC400 only) see specific point.
Î The refrigerant pressure switch PB has been activated (CNC320-CNC400 only) see specific point.
Î If the compressor doesn’t work yet, replace it.
Î The condenser fan doesn’t work.
Î Verify the electric wiring.
Î PV pressure switch is faulty - contact a certified refrigeration technician to replace
it (CNC100-CNC400 only).
Î If the fan still doesn’t work, replace it.
Î The condensate is not draining
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î The dryer continuously drains
condensate.
Î The drain solenoid valve is jammed - remove and clean it.
Î Verify the electric wiring.
Î DMC11 doesn’t work - replace it.
Î Water within the line.
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î The high pressure switch (PA) was
activated (CNC250-CNC400 only).
Î Probable causes that could result in activation of pressure switch:
1. Room temperature is too high or there is poor ventilation; restore adequate
ventilation.
2. The condenser is dirty - clean it.
3. The condenser fan is not operating - see specific section.
4. There is a refrigeration leak in the evaporator - contact a certified refrigeration
technician
Î Reset the pressure switch by pressing the button on the switch-verify the
operation of dryer.
Î The low pressure switch (PB) was
activated (CNC320-CNC400 only).
Verify the electric wiring.
The condensate drain mechanical filter is clogged - remove and clean it.
The drain solenoid valve is jammed - remove and clean it.
The electrical coil on the condensate drain solenoid valve may be burned out- test
resistance/replace it.
Î DMC11 doesn’t work - replace it.
Î The DewPoint is too low - the condensate is frozen - see specific point.
The dryer is off - switch it on.
Untreated air flows through the by-pass unit (if installed) - close the by-pass.
The dryer doesn’t drain condensate - see specific point.
DewPoint too high - see specific point.
Î There is a leak in the refrigeration circuit - contact a certified refrigeration
technician
Î The pressure switch is automatically reset when nominal conditions are restored
- check the operation of dryer.
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Î DewPoint too high.
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
The dryer is off - switch it on.
The compressor doesn’t work - see specific point.
The condenser fan doesn’t work - see specific point.
The inlet air is too hot - restore the nominal conditions.
The inlet air flow rate is higher than the rate of the dryer - reduce the flow rate restore the normal conditions.
Î The ambient temperature is too high or the room ventilation is insufficient provide proper ventilation.
Î The condenser is dirty - clean it.
Î The dryer doesn’t drain the condensate - see specific point.
on DMC11 is always on - see specific point.
Î LED
Î The set point of the DMC11 is very high - see paragraph SET-UP of the DMC11.
Î There is a leak in the refrigeration circuit - contact a certified refrigeration
technician
Î Excessive pressure drop within the Î The DewPoint is too low - the condensate is frozen and blocks airflow - see
dryer.
specific point.
Î Check for throttling the flexible connection hoses.
Î DewPoint too low.
Î LED
on.
of the DMC11 is always
Î Verify wiring of the DMC11.
Î Verify wiring of the hot gas by pass solenoid valve.
Î The electric coil of the hot gas by-pass solenoid valve may have burned out –
test resistance/ replace it.
Î The probe of the DMC11 does not properly detect the temperature of the
evaporator – push the probe until it reaches the bottom of the measurement
well.
Î The set point of the DMC11 is very low - see paragraph SET-UP of the DMC11.
Î DMC 11 Air Dryer Controller doesn’t work - replace it.
Î The hot gas solenoid valve is blocked - contact a certified refrigeration
technician.
Î Verify probe wiring on the DMC 11.
Î The first and the last led of the display of DMC11 blink simultaneously, the probe
doesn’t work - replace it.
Î DMC 11Controller doesn’t work - replace it.
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8.1 TABLE OF COMPONENTS - EXPLODED VIEW –CNC18-CNC400
The components table given below refers to the relevant exploded views attached to this manual.
1
Control panel
16
Condensate drain solenoid valve coil
2
Filter dryer
17
Liquids separator
3
Side panel
18
Condensate mechanical filter
4
Refrigeration compressor
19
Condensate drain service valve
5
Top panel
20
Condensate separator
6
Fan motor
21
Front panel
7
Fan shroud
22
PV Refrigerant pressure switch 1
8
Fan blade
23
Panel circuit breaker switch 2
9
Condenser
24
PA Refrigerant pressure switch 3
10 Rear panel
25
Evaporator 4
11 Air-to-air heat exchanger
26
Basic frame 4
12 Hot gas solenoid by-pass valve
27
PA - PB Refrigerant pressure switch 4
13 Hot gas solenoid by-pass valve coil
28
Thermostatic valve 4
14 Base panel
29
Liquid receiver 4
15 Condensate drain solenoid valve
1
2
CNC250-CNC400 only
230/1/60 only
3
CNC250 only
4
CNC320-CNC400 only
CNC18
33
CNC25-CNC75
CNC100
34
CNC135
CNC160-CNC200
35
CNC250
CNC320-CNC400
36
37
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as a result of our commitment to continuous improvement.
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