Condair 2552939-C SETC Outdoor Installation guide

Condair 2552939-C SETC Outdoor Installation guide

Important:

The instructions in both this manual and the SE Series Installation manual must be followed for installation and operation of the SE Outdoor Humidifier.

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2552939-C | 23/11/2018

Nortec

SETC

Outdoor

Supplemental

Installation and

Spare Parts Manual

Includes additional installation information, wiring diagram, and spare parts lists for your outdoor

SETC B+ steam exchange humidifier.

Thank you for choosing Condair.

INSTALLATION DATE (MM/DD/YYYY)

MODEL #

SERIAL #

Proprietary Notice

This document and the information disclosed herein are proprietary data of Condair LTD. Neither this document nor the information contained herein shall be reproduced used, or disclosed to others without the written authorization of Condair LTD., except to the extent required for installation or maintenance of recipient’s equipment. All references to the Condair name should be taken as referring to Condair LTD.

Liability Notice

Condair does not accept any liability for installations of humidity equipment installed by unqualified personnel or the use of parts/components/equipment that are not authorized or approved by Condair.

Copyright Notice

Copyright 2018, Condair LTD. All rights reserved.

Contents

Note:

This manual is a supplement to the Nortec SE Series Installation and Operation Manual. It contains only additional information required to install the Nortec SETC Outdoor.

For information on Start Up, Operation, Maintenance and Servicing refer to the Nortec SE

Series Installation and Operation Manual

1 Introduction

2

Receiving and Unpacking

3

Nortec SETC Outdoor

Specific Components

Nortec SETC Outdoor Models

5

6

Options and Accessories

7 Installation

8

Typical Nortec SETC Outdoor Installation

9

10

11

12

13

14

Location

Nortec SETC Outdoor Curb

Installing on the Curb

Plumbing

Freeze Protecting Water Supply

Boiler Steam and Boiler

Condensate Return

15

Steam Lines and Condensate

Returns

19 Troubleshooting

20 Nortec SETC Outdoor Wiring Diagram

21 Spare Parts

28 Warranty

Introduction

CAUTION: Servicing

Disconnect main power before any servicing.

Shut off pressurized steam supply and ensure steam pressure is safely relieved before any servicing of pressurized steam components.

The electrical compartment contains high voltage components and wiring. Access should be limited to authorized personnel only.

During and following operation of the humidifier, the steam and components in contact with the steam such as the tank, blower pack, steam lines, steam distributors, and condensate lines can become hot and can burn if touched.

Condair does not accept any liability for installations of humidity equipment installed by unqualified personnel or the use of parts/components/equipment that are not authorized or approved by Condair.

CAUTION: Electrical

All electrical work should be done according to local electrical code.

Electrical connection to be performed by a licensed electrician.

CAUTION: Plumbing / Steam Lines

Plumbing to be performed by a licensed plumber.

Pressurized steam line installation to be performed by a qualified installer.

Drain water from humidifier can be very hot. Do not drain to public sink.

All plumbing and pressurized steam supply line work should be done according to local plumbing code.

CAUTION: Installation

Internal heaters will not keep the Nortec SETC from freezing in cold climates.

They are intended to maintain electronics at a minimum operating temperature for cold weather startup.

Keep warm and freeze protection must be installed and configured for climates where there is any risk of temperature falling below 32ºF (0ºC).

The Nortec SETC/P produces steam at atmospheric pressure no devices which could block steam output should be connected to the steam outlet.

Steam output lines must be installed so that no restriction can produce backpressure in the humidifier.

Regardless of selecting On/Off or modulating control method, Condair humidifiers must have a closed circuit across its On/Off security loop control terminal to operate. Condair highly recommends the use of a high limit humidistat and an air proving switch in series for this function.

Unit damage caused by water quality outside of the specified ranges is not covered under warranty.

1 | Introduction

Receiving and Unpacking

1

2

Check packing slip to ensure ALL material has been delivered.

All material shortages are to be reported to Condair within 48 hours from receipt of goods.

Condair assumes no responsibility for any material shortages beyond this period.

Note:

A steam valve, actuator, and wye strainer are shipped along with the SETC/P humidifier but in separate small boxes.

3

4

5

Inspect shipment for damage and note damages on shipping waybill accordingly.

After unpacking, inspect equipment for damage and if damage is found, notify the shipper promptly.

All Condair products are shipped on an FOB factory basis. Any and all damage, breakage or loss claims are to be made directly to the shipping company.

Before Installation

1

2

3

4

5

6

Ensure that available voltage and phase corresponds with humidifier voltage and phase as indicated on humidifier’s specification label.

If steam supply is from a Medium or High Pressure boiler ensure supply steam line includes a relief valve to prevent supply pressure from exceeding 15 psig.

Ensure means for returning boiler steam condensate to boiler at atmospheric pressure are available.

Ensure sufficient clearances will be available as described in Location 9.

Ensure steam lines can be routed to distributor, Nortec SAM-e manifold, or blower

pack as described in Steam Lines and Condensate Returns on page 15.

Report any discrepancy immediately to the site engineer.

Figure 1: Nortec SETC Outdoor Specification Label Location

Nortec SETC Outdoor Specific Components

Mounting Panel

(External Disconnect) electrical Conduits

Outdoor Cabinet

--... .i

-

Cabinet Drain ..........._

(Drain Pan)

Outdoor Mounting Base

(With integral drain

., pan)

,,...._

Exhaust Fan

Freeze Protection Valve

Auxiliary Drain Outlet

(Freeze Protection Valve)

3

I

Introduction

Figure 2: Nortec SETC Outdoor Humidifier Components

Lifting Hook (4)

Description of Nortec SETC Outdoor Specific Components

Note:

See Humidifier Components on page 3 of the Nortec SE Series Installation manual for a description of other Nortec SE components.

Component

Auxiliary Drain

Outlet

Cabinet Drain

Cabinet Thermostat

Condensate Drain

Drain Outlet

Electrical Conduits

Exhaust Fan

Fill Connection

Freeze Protection

Valve

Heater

Lifting Hooks

Mounting Panel

Outdoor Cabinet

Outdoor Mounting

Base

Pipe Chase

Steam Inlet

Steam Outlet

Table 1: SETC Outdoor Humidifier Components

Function of Component

Drains water from tank in case of pump failure or in case of fault or power failure if freeze protection valve is installed.

Drain outlet for integrated cabinet drain pan (outdoor unit only). Drain to rooftop.

Sensor that activates the heaters if the cabinet temperature is too cold for the electronics (will not prevent the tank and water components from freezing).

Drains condensate formed from boiler steam in the heat exchanger(s).

(routed to pipe chase).

Drain port used for draining water from the humidifier tank.

Two sealed conduits which provide a way for bringing electrical power routed up through the pipe chase to an external disconnect.

Cooling fan which is activated if the electrical cabinet gets too hot.

1/2 in. NPT connection to the humidifier fill valve.

A normally open valve part of the freeze protection package. It allows the tank to drain in case of power failure or in case of a fault when humidifier operation cannot keep the humidifier warm enough to prevent freezing.

Electrical cabinet heater used to keep electronics warm enough for operation and cold weather start up only.

Hooks provided for lifting the humidifier.

A panel provided on the outside of the humidifier for mounting a dedicated external disconnect.

An enclosure that provides protection from precipitation and allows the

Nortec SETC to be installed outdoors.

An integrated support for the humidifier which includes a drain pan

(outdoor unit only), a pipe chase, and a means for curb mounting the humidifier.

An opening in the outdoor cabinet’s drain pan which is used for routing electrical power, controls, boiler steam, boiler condensate, fill water, and drain water through the base of the humidifier.

Connection for boiler steam, it is connected to the heat exchangers.

Outlet for steam produced by the humidifier. Connect to steam line with steam hose.

Nortec SETC Outdoor Models

The Nortec SETC Outdoor with its Total Controller and state-of-the-art features and options is the most advanced outdoor steam exchange humidifier available. The Nortec SETC Outdoor is available in capacities ranging from 100 lb/hr (45 kg/hr) to 1050 lb/hr (475 kg/hr). The

Nortec SETC Outdoor humidifiers are packaged in four different cabinets depending on their capacity. Figure 3: Nortec SETC/P Models shows the configuration and relative size of the five different cabinets. Table 3 provides specifications for the Nortec SETC/P product line.

Nortec SETC Outdoor 525-750

Nortec SETC Outdoor 100-175

Nortec

SETC Outdoor 250-375

5 | Introduction

Nortec SETC Outdoor 1050

Figure 3: Nortec SETC Outdoor Models

The Nortec SE 50, 100, 175, 250, and 375 all have a single heat exchanger. The Nortec SE

525 and 750 have two heat exchangers. The Nortec SE 1050 has three heat exchangers. All models have a single pressurized steam inlet and condensate drain with internal manifold connecting separate heat exchangers if they are present.

Indoor Model

The Nortec SE is available in two indoor models, the Nortec SETC with total controller and a base Nortec SEP model. The Nortec SE Series Installation and Operation Manual provides complete information for installing and operating Nortec SE Series Indoor humidifiers.

Options and Accessories

Condair provides a complete line of options and accessories for every humidification application.

The following options and accessories are available and may have been delivered with your

Nortec SETC Outdoor humidifier. Refer to the installation instructions that came with the accessories for their proper installation and operation.

Option / Accessory

Freeze Protection Package

Steam Distributors

Remote Blower Pack

SAM-e Steam Distribution Manifold

Digital or Analog Control Humidistats

Digital RH Transducers

Digital or Analog High Limit Humidistats

Air Proving Switches

Links II (Nortec SETC Only)

Online (Nortec SETC Only)

Table 2: Options and Accessories

Used For

Emptying the tank in case of fault or power failure to prevent freezing. (Factory installed)

Adding steam into air ducts

Adding steam into a space remote from the humidifier.

Adding steam into air ducts where short absorption is required.

Controlling the output of the humidifier based on sensed RH (can be mounted in the space being humidified or in the duct).

Communicating RH in a space or duct to the humidifier

Preventing over humidification in a duct by shutting down or throttling down the humidifier when duct RH gets high.

Insuring humidification only occurs when air is moving in a duct.

Connecting the humidifier to a building management interface. hardware allows control of the humidifier via BACnet, Lonworks,

Johnson N2, or Modbus.

User and factory monitoring and configuration of the humidifier via the internet.

Model

100

175

250

375

525

750

1050

Part No

2550081

2550082

2550083

2550084

2550085

2550086

2550088

Table 3: Nortec SETC Outdoor Specifications

Net/Full

Weight lb (kg)

267/423

(121/192)

355/599

(161/272)

529/992

(240/450)

703/1384

(318/628)

Amps

A

5.4

5.4

5.4

5.4

9.6

9.6

13.8

Power

KW

0.65

0.65

0.65

0.65

1.15

1.15

1.65

Max.

Disconnect

A

15

15

15

15

15

15

20

Voltage and

Phase

Voltage

110-120

Phase

1

Note: See Table 3: Nortec SETC/P Specifications and Table 4: Nortec SETC/P Capacities and Water Consumption on page 7 of Nortec SE Series Installation manual for remaining specifications

6 | Installation

Installation

8

9

10

Typical Nortec SETC Outdoor Installation

Location

Nortec SETC Outdoor Curb

11

Installing on the Curb

12 Plumbing

13 Freeze Protecting Water Supply

14

15

16

17

Boiler Steam and Boiler Condensate

Return

Steam Lines and Condensate Returns

Electrical

External Controls

17 Optional Outdoor Temperature Reset

17 CV Valve Actuator Wiring

17 Remote Relay Board Wiring

17 Staged Modulation Wiring

17 Options and Accessories

17

Remote Blower Pack

18

Drain Water Cooling (External)

7 | Installation

Typical Nortec SETC Outdoor Installation

Modulation

Controls

On/Off

Controls

Controls p 17

EXT

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

24 VAC

On/Off Loop

Ctrl Gnd

Ctrl Signal

Limit Signal

6.

7.

8.

9.

5 VDC

Gnd

Tank Blow Down

Ground

10. Actuator

11. Actuator

12. 0-10VDC Out

SAMe Distribution Manifold

SETC

Steam

Distribution ------

P 15

1ft (30 cm)

30 in (76 cm)

Min Clearance

(SE525-1050 only)

36 in (91 cm)

Min. top clearance

(SE525

– 1050 only)

30 in (76 cm)

Min side Clearance

(SE525-1050 only)

10 in (25 cm) min back clearance (SE525-1050 only)

10 in (76 cm)

Min front clearance

Location/Mounting

P9

Plumbing

P12

Pressure

Steam p 14

Pressurized

Steam

Supplly

Condensate return to boiler

Tank and aux drain

Electrical p 16

Figure 4: Typical Humidifier Installation

8 | Installation

Air

Gap

Water supply

30-80 psig

Dedicated

Circuit

Breaker or

Disconnect

SETC

EXT

Location

The Nortec SETC Series Outdoor Models are designed to be rooftop mounted on a roof curb (by others). When properly installed the outdoor enclosure will provide protection from rain, wind, and snow in areas with ambient temperature –40 to 104 °F (-40 to 40 °C) and relative humidity 0 - 100% (non condensing). All models include a ventilation package to prevent overheating in warm months, and a freeze protection package to prevent freezing in cold months.

Refer to Figure 5: Installation Location / Clearance for minimum clearance requirements

and to Table 3: Nortec SETC Outdoor Specifications for minimum structural requirements.

Ensure mounting surface is strong enough to support the full weight of the humidifier and accessories.

The Nortec SETC Outdoor is designed to be mounted on a roof curb. Use pipe chase in

enclosure base for routing of services to the humidifier from below. See Figure 6:

Nortec SETC Outdoor Roof Curb and Table 4: Nortec SETC Roof Curb Depth (Dimension A)

for roof curb dimensions and pipe chase location..

Install in location where electrical power, boiler steam, and drain can be connected to the humidifier.

DO NOT locate the humidifier any further then absolutely necessary from the steam distributor location as net output will be reduced as a result of heat loss through the steam line.

Clearance dimensions shown are for reference only and are the minimum required for maintenance of the humidifier. Consult local and national codes before final location and installation. Condair does not accept responsibility for installation code violations.

30 in.

(76 cm)

Min.

(Nortec

SE 525 -

1050 only)

36 in. (91 cm) Min.

top clearance

(Nortec SE525 -

1050 only)

Mount

HumidifierLevel

0-100%

(Non

Condensing)

30 in.

(76 cm)

Min. Side

Clearance

30 in.

(76 cm)

Min. Front

Clearance

9 | Installation

15 in. (37 cm) Curb

Recommended

Figure 5: Installation Location / Clearance

As Close as

Possible to Steam

Distributor

10 in.

(25 cm)

Min.

(Nortec

SE525-

1050 only)

Seal building after plumbing to ensure that building pressure remains as intended.

Avoid installing the humidifier in an area where building exhaust may enter the cabinet through ventilation louvers. A minimum clearance of 10ft (3m) from mechanical exhaust outlets is recommended.

Install so that ventilation louvers are not obstructed and cannot be blocked by accumulation of ice and snow.

Caution:

When installing the Nortec SETC Outdoor in conditions where freezing temperatures may occur ensure that freeze protection guidelines are followed. See

Freeze Protecting Water Supply on page 13.

Note:

Cut-outs in the base of the unit are designed to allow lifting with a forklift.

Four removable lugs on the base are provided to allow the humidifier to be craned into position. Protect the cabinet from cable/strap/chain damage while lifting.

SETC Outdoor Curb

The base of the Nortec SETC includes a drain pan with a pipe chase to route water, drain, boiler steam, boiler steam condensate, control wiring, and primary power wiring. The roof curb should be designed to support the base and allow services to be routed to the humidifier through the pipe chase.

10 | Installation

Location

Front

Figure 6: Nortec SETC Outdoor Roof Curb

A

Table 4: Nortec SETC Roof Curb Depth (Dimension A)

Model

100

175

250

375

525

750

1050

A (Inside Curb Depth)

In (cm)

8.6 (28 cm)

8.6 (28 cm)

15 (38 cm)

15 (38 cm)

30.6 (78 cm)

30.6 (78 cm)

46.3 (118 cm)

Installing on the Curb

If desired sealing material such as caulking or a gasket can be laid on the top of the curb prior to lifting the Nortec SETC into place.

Use the removable lugs installed in the base of the humidifier to lift it into place. Ensure that the cable/chain/straps used for lifting do not come into contact with and damage the cabinet. The inside skirt of the base must fit inside the roof curb.

To secure the Nortec SETC in place remove the four lifting lugs and insert shims or blocks to fill any gap between the outside skirt of the base and the curb. Drive screws through the four holes to secure the unit to the curb.

If the building is positively or negatively pressured the pipe chase opening or the roof curb opening should be closed around the piping to prevent the building drawing cold air in or exhausting warm air out through the Nortec SETC cabinet.

Remove lifting lugs Insert wood block

Cabinet Base

Pipe Chase

Screw to

Curb

Outside Skirt

Inside Skirt

Roof Curb

Cross section of curb and cabinet base from right side

Figure 7: Installing on the Curb

11 | Installation

Plumbing

Freeze

Protection

Valve

Pipe

Chase

Fill Valve

Fill Connection

1/2 in. male NPT

Drain Connection

0.75 in. (19 mm). OD un-threaded

.

Insulate and heat trace water supply line up to fill valve if installed where freezing can occur.

Freeze Protection

Valve Connection

1/2 in. male NPT

.

Air gap required

2 1/2 in. to 1 1/4 in. copper reducer is ideal.

Hose/line must not touch the bottom of the funnel.

Always install a water shut-off valve. See

“Freeze

Protecting Water

Supply”.

Min. 1 1/4 in. OD drain line.

Slope down. Increase size if combining multiple drains.

*Pipe, unions, insulation, heat trace, and water shut-off valve not supplied by Condair.

Figure 8: Nortec SETC Outdoor Water Supply and Drain Connection

Caution:

See Plumbing on page 14 of Nortec SE Series Installation Manual for additional plumbing requirements. This Information provided only to show routing and location of plumbing connections on Nortec SETC outdoor model.

When installing the Nortec SETC Outdoor in conditions where freezing temperatures

may occur follow instructions in Freeze Protecting Water Supply on page 13 to

prevent damage in case of power failure or humidifier fault.

Internal heaters will not keep the Nortec SETC from freezing in cold climates.

They are intended to maintain electronics at a minimum operating temperature for cold weather startup.

Note:

The freeze protection valve is normally open and will drain the tank whenever the humidifier is turned off or faults. Close manual shut off valve while troubleshooting.

12 | Installation

Freeze Protecting Water Supply

Caution:

.

When installing the Nortec SETC Outdoor in condition where the temperature may drop below 0ºC (32 ºF) always follow these guidelines to protect the water supply line from freezing. A frozen and burst water line can cause serious damage to property.

Heat trace and insulate the water supply line all the way up to the fill valve.

In case of power shut off or power failure the water supply line will not be protected from freezing by the heat trace. Water trapped in the supply line may freeze and cause damage. Install the valve system outlined below to shut off water inside the building and drain any water in the supply line. Valves, fittings, insulation and heat trace shown are not supplied by Condair.

To Humidifier

Heat trace and insulate

Inside Building

Remote Relay Board in humidifier

Normally Open Valve

Error

Relay

NO

COM

NO

COM

NC

NO

COM

NC

NO

COM

Normally Closed Valve

24 VAC

(From Transformer)

Ground

Water Supply Line

Figure 9: Freeze Protecting Water Supply

13 | Installation

To Drain

Boiler Steam and Boiler Condensate Return

Caution:

See Boiler Steam and Boiler Condensate Return on page 15 of SE Series Installation

Manual for additional steam line installation requirements. This information provided only to show routing and location of connections on Nortec SETC Outdoor model.

Note: Condair supplies CV valve, actuator, and wye strainer. All other components and fittings by others.

Actuator

CV Valve

(see table 3)

14 | Installation

Wye Strainer

Isolation Valve

Boiler steam supply line. Max 15 psi, Min 5 psi measured at CV Valve

Condensate drain line.

Gravity feed to boiler.

Use pump if condensate must be lifted.

Figure 10: Nortec SETC Outdoor Boiler Steam and Condensate Connection

Boiler steam inlet port

(see table 3 of

SE Indoor

IOM manual for size)

F&T Trap

Condensate Drain

Port (see table 3 of SE Indoor IOM manual for size)

CV Valve

As close as possible to humidifier.

Steam Lines and Condensate Returns

With the following exceptions the Nortec SETC Outdoor steam lines and condensate returns should be installed as shown in the Nortec SE Series Installation Manual. The size of the outlets and the number of outlets is given in Table 5: Recommended Steam Line Material on page 17 of the Nortec SE Series Installation Manual.

The Steam outlet(s) of the Nortec SETC Outdoor is from the back of the humidifier and does not require 12 in. (30 cm) of vertical steam run immediately after the humidifier.

The steam line may be routed directly down or horizontally from the outlet. See

Figure 11: Nortec SETC Outdoor Steam Outlet.

The Nortec SETC Outdoor steam line must be insulated in all cases even for very short runs.

Insulate up to cabinet,

Insulation shown for cut back to show steam connection only.

Connect to steam outlet with hose cuff

1 ft (30 cm)

2 in. (5 cm) min.

Run steam line down through roof or across to rooftop air handler.

15 | Installation

Figure 11: Nortec SETC Outdoor Steam Outlet

Electrical

Caution:

Wiring to be performed by a licensed Electrician.

All SE humidifiers operate on 120 VAC, single phase, 60 HZ power. Refer to specification label for power requirements.

Disconnect

(by others)

Conduit

Fittings

SETC Outdoor Power and Disconnect

Nortec

Model

SETC OD 100

Power (kW) Disconnect (A)

SETC OD 175

SETC OD 250

0.65

15

SETC OD 375

SETC OD 525

1.15

SETC OD 750

SETC OD 1050 1.65

20

High Voltage

Terminal Block

Note:

1

Dedicated external fused disconnect must be installed.

Fusing must not exceed max circuit protection as indicated on the specification label.

2

Ensure that adequate power is available to carry full humidifier amp draw as indicated on the specification label

.

3

Primary power may be routed up through pipe chase and conduit fittings or from roof top source.

Pipe Chase

Nortec SETC Outdoor Primary Power Wiring

Single Phase Supply

Ground

L1

Neutral

4

All wiring to be in accordance with national and local electrical codes.

Figure 12: Primary Power Connection

Dedicated circuit breaker or fused disconnect.

Ground

E

X

T

I

N

T

L1

Neutral

16 | Installation

External Controls

The control wiring of the Nortec SETC Outdoor is identical to the Nortec SE Indoor with the exception that the wiring from controls must be routed to the humidifier’s control terminal strip through the pipe chase. See External Controls on page 23 of the Nortec SE Series

Installation manual for full information on connecting external controls to the Nortec SETC

Outdoor.

Optional Outdoor Temperature Reset

The outdoor temperature reset should be used in cold climates where there is risk of condensation forming on external walls, windows, and trim. The Temperature reset function is part of all Condair Digital controls and should be installed as described in Optional Outdoor

Temperature Reset on page 28 of the Nortec SE Series Installation Manual.

CV Valve Actuator Wiring

Wire the CV valve actuator as described in CV Valve Actuator Wiring on page 29 of the Nortec SE

Series Installation Manual.

Remote Relay Board Wiring

Wire the remote relay board as described in Remote Relay Board Wiring on page 30 of the

Nortec SE Series Installation Manual.

Staged Modulation Wiring

Wire the humidifiers as described in Staged Modulation Wiring (Nortec SETC Only) on page 31of the Nortec SE Series Installation Manual.

Options and Accessories

Note:

For installation of options and accessories follow the instructions that are provided with them.

Remote Blower Pack

Remote blower packs can be installed with the Nortec SE Outdoor for applications where steam for humidification must be introduced directly into the space being humidified. For instructions on installing the remote blower pack refer to the installation instructions supplied with it. The steam line and condensate return instructions provided in this and the Nortec SE

Series Installation Manual are also applicable to remote mounted blower packs.

The blower packs include a safety relay which should be used to prevent the humidifier from operating if the blower packs do not have power. Wire humidifier security loop in series through all blower packs and other On/Off controls.

17 | Installation

Drain Water Cooling (External)

Pneumatic and electric drain water coolers are available from Condair for installation outside the humidifier or on condensate drains from steam traps, distributors, and SAM-e headers. If condensate cannot be routed back to the humidifier tank via the humidifier’s fill cup then an external drain water cooler may be required to meet regulations restricting the temperature of hot water that can be fed to drain. The external drain water cooler is only available for field installation.

18 | Installation

Troubleshooting

20 Nortec SETC Outdoor Wiring Diagram

For all other troubleshooting see chapter on troubleshooting in the Nortec SE Series Installation

Manual.

19 | Troubleshooting

SETC Outdoor Wiring Diagram

Figure 13: SETC Outdoor Wiring Diagram

20 | Troubleshooting

Spare Parts

22

23

Distributor Spare Parts

Nortec SETC Outdoor Plumbing Parts

25 Nortec SETC Outdoor Cabinet and

Electrical Parts

28 Warranty

21 | Spare Parts

Distributor Spare Parts

ASD & BSD

2533930 - Distributor End Cap Assembly

CSD

2556602 - Distributor End Cap Assembly

Distributor Core

ASD & BSD

2556589 - Distributor Inlet Assembly

CSD

2556601 - Distributor Inlet Assembly

Figure 14: Distributor Exploded View and Spare Parts

22 | Spare Parts

Nortec SETC Outdoor Plumbing Parts

4

3

2

6

5

7

8

9

10

19

18

1

15

14

13

16

17

12

Figure 15: Nortec SETC 100-1050 Plumbing Parts

11

23 | Spare Parts

Table 5: Nortec SETC B+ Outdoor Plumbing Parts List

Item Description

4

5

6

7

8

1

2

3

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

Cover Plate Assy.

O-ring, Clean Out Port

O-ring, Clean Out Port,

Cover Plate, Clean Out Port

Fill Box Assy.

Lower Mixing Box

Drain Pump 24v 60 Hz

Vacuum Break Valve 1/2"

NPT

P-Trap, Outdoor

Dual Fill Valve 10.0 l/min &

0.35 l/min

Dual Fill Valve, 17.0L/Min

& 0.35L/Min

Freeze Protect Valve

Assembly Outdoor

Steam Trap, 15psi

Float Board

Float Chamber Mounting

Bracket

Float Chamber

O-ring, Heat Exchanger,

Large

O-ring, Heat Exchanger,

Mini

Heat Exchanger Kit, Single

Heat Exchanger Kit, Mini

Modulating Actuator 0-10

VDC

Modulating Actuator 0-10

VDC, 2.5 Val

Valve 3/4 in. CV 5.5

Valve 1 in. CV 10.0

Valve 1 in. CV 12.0

Valve 1.25 in. CV 20.0

Valve 1.5 in. CV 28.0

Valve 2.0 in. CV 40.0

Valve 2.5 in. CV 65.0

Part No.

2544439

2524361

2524361

2547539

2526152

1506749

1502644

1505959

2547342

1505759

1508581

1509014

1508849

2511137

1113777

1115933

2524403

2524405

2581131

2581132

1507549

1508472

1594322

1594324

1594332

1594341

1594350

1594360

1508473

100

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

175

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

250

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

375

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

525

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

1

1

1

2

2

1

1

750 1050

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

1

1

1

2

1

1

1

2

2

1

1

1

1

1

3

1

1

1

3

3

1

1

24 | Spare Parts

Nortec SETC Outdoor Cabinet and Electrical Parts

25

I

S p a r e Parts

Figure16: Nortec SETC/P1 and Electrical Parts

Table 6: Nortec SETC B+ Outdoor Cabinet and Electrical Parts List

Item

1

2

3

4

5

6

Not

Shown

7

Not

Shown

8

9

Not

Shown

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

Description

Service Door, Mini

Service Door, Double

Service Door

Gasket Steam Line 1.5 in.

Gasket Steam Line 3 in.

Gasket Steam Line 4 in.

Plate Cover 1.5 in.

Plate Cover 3 in.

Plate Cover 4 in.

Steam Line 1.5 Outdoor

Steam Line 3 Outdoor

Steam Line 4 Outdoor

Thermostat On/Off

Kit Processor Board SE

Cable , 40 Pin Ribbon

Panel Processor Display

Outdoor

Membrane, Nortec

Switch Rocker DPST

Remote Fault Indication

Board SETC

Cable, 10pin Ribbon

PCB Driver Board

Transformer,120/240V,24V

,150VA

Conduit Fitting,1/2

Fan Axial 108 cfm

Fan Cover

Hood Fan Outdoor

Pump house heater

Access Door, Electronics,

Outdoor

Access Door, Tank, Outdoor

Base Assembly

Base Assembly Outdoor

Part No.

1507801

1507860

1507800

1508105

1507872

1507871

1508106

1507870

1507810

1508015

1508049

1508048

1508042

2553861

2537230

2544255

1509735

2522489

2550184

2522062

2535504

2532672

1506259

1506904

1504281

1507811

1508039

1507801

1507800

Reference - Contact Factory

Reference - Contact Factory

100

1

1

1

1

175

1

250

1

1 1

1 1

1 1

375

1

1

1

1

1

1

525

1

1

1

1

750

1

1

1

2

1050

2

2

2

2

1

1

1

2

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

1

27 | Warranty

Warranty

Condair Inc. and/or Condair Ltd. (hereinafter collectively referred to as THE COMPANY), warrant for a period of two years after installation or 30 months from manufacturer’s ship date, whichever date is earlier, that THE COMPANY’s manufactured and assembled products, not otherwise expressly warranted are free from defects in material and workmanship. No warranty is made against corrosion, deterioration, or suitability of substituted materials used as a result of compliance with government regulations.

THE COMPANY’s obligations and liabilities under this warranty are limited to furnishing replacement parts to the customer, F.O.B. THE COMPANY’s factory, providing the defective part(s) is returned freight prepaid by the customer. Parts used for repairs are warranted for the balance of the term of the warranty on the original humidifier or 90 days, whichever is longer.

The warranties set forth herein are in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied by law. No liability whatsoever shall be attached to THE COMPANY until said products have been paid for in full and then said liability shall be limited to the original purchase price for the product. Any further warranty must be in writing, signed by an officer of THE COMPANY.

THE COMPANY’s limited warranty on accessories, not of the companies manufacture, such as controls, humidistats, pumps, etc. is limited to the warranty of the original equipment manufacturer from date of original shipment of humidifier.

THE COMPANY makes no warranty and assumes no liability unless the equipment is installed in strict accordance with a copy of the catalog and installation manual in effect at the date of purchase and by a contractor approved by THE COMPANY to install such equipment.

THE COMPANY makes no warranty and assumes no liability whatsoever for consequential damage or damage resulting directly from misapplication, incorrect sizing or lack of proper maintenance of the equipment.

THE COMPANY makes no warranty and assumes no liability whatsoever for damage resulting from freezing of the humidifier, supply lines, drain lines, or steam distribution systems.

THE COMPANY makes no warranty and assumes no liability whatsoever for equipment that has failed due to ambient conditions when installed in locations having climates below 14°F

(-10°C) during January or above 104°F (40°C) during July.

THE COMPANY retains the right to change the design, specification and performance criteria of its products without notice or obligation.

U.S.A.

2700 90 th

St.

Sturtevant, WI 53177

835 Commerce Park Dr.

Ogdensburg, NY 13669-2209

CANADA

2740 Fenton Road

Ottawa, Ontario K1T 3T7

TEL: 1.866.667.8321

EMAIL: [email protected]

WEBSITE: www.condair.com

Certificate No. 002419

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