Trion FRED SR C2/C4 Cartridge Air Cleaner User manual

Trion FRED SR C2/C4 Cartridge Air Cleaner User manual
FRED SR C2/C4
Venturi Pulse
Manual for:
Operation * Maintenance
Installation
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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CAUTION
APPLICATION AND OPERATION OF TRION CARTRIDGE AIR CLEANERS
1. Due to potential fire hazards, do not mix combustible materials with those that would be a potential source
of ignition.
Examples of Combustible Materials:
Wood Dust
Paper Dust
Lint from fabrics or buffing wheels
Grinding dust from painting surfaces
Aluminum or magnesium dusts
Examples of Potential Ignition Sources
Grinding dust from ferrous metals
Hot ash from any source
2. Extreme caution should be used for the collection of any materials where there is risk of an explosion.
Pressure relief vents or explosion vents should be applied to the equipment or any adjoining system by
professional.
3. Equipment location, installation and operation should comply with all National and Local Fire and Electrical
Codes. When in doubt consult the proper authorities.
4. Workers and machine operators should be instructed to keep any burning objects, such as cigarettes,
safely away from air inlets leading to the equipment.
>. All those involved with the use of this equipment should comply with the statements pertaining to worker
safety as noted in this manual.
Trion does not assume responsibility for any/all damages arising from Misapplications or Negligence on part
Vistributors, Representatives, Sub Contractors and Customers!
C)
E)
EQUIPMENT CHECKLIST
FRED C2/C4
Qty Description
° 1 FRED SR-C2/C4 OWNER'S MANUAL
o 1 FRED SR-C2 or SR-C4 Unit
° 1 3 Ibs. [1.4kg] precoat material (C2 models)
6 Ibs. [2.8 kg] precoat material (C4 models)
* 1 Remote Starter/Control Assy
MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
Location
* Install equipment in a safe and nonhazardous location.
Floor Mounted Installation
* Orient unit such that cartridge access is not obstructed.
* Maintain 4 ft. of access in front of cartridge access panel.
* Fasten base of cabinet to floor through foot mount
brackets.
Stand Mounted Installation
* Assemble and install stand legs in desired location and
fasten to floor.
* Install unit on stand by positioning foot mount brackets
over bolt holes. Place rubber pads (not supplied) between
mounting brackets and stand to absorb possible
vibrations.
Fasten foot mount brackets to stand with 14” hardware
(provided).
Ceiling Hung Installation
* Install %” eye bolts through all 4 lifting lugs (if chains
are used).
* Attach chains or threaded rods to ceiling in appropriate
locations. The use of turnbuckles can be useful to level
equipment where chains are used.
Attach unit to chains through eye bolts or rods through
lifting lug(s) nole.
* The use of lock nuts to secure fasteners is
recommended.
Stand and Ceiling Mounted Installation with Dust hopper
* Install gasketing material (provided) all around hopper
mounting flange.
* Attach dust hopper beneath unit with 5/16” hardware
(provided).
* Make sure of a proper seal between the hopper and
the unit. If necessary, caulk perimeter of hopper.
* Place drum (if used) on floor directly below dust hopper.
* Route flexible hose from hopper to drum and secure
with hose clamps (provided).
* No air leaks should occur between drum and hopper.
Ducting
* Connect appropriate ducting to unit inlet. (see Fig.1)
Use smooth metal ducting where possible while reducing
the amount of flexible hose.
* Elbows should have a minimum centerline bending radius
of 1.5 times the duct diameter (2 x diameter
recommended).
* Branch-offs should be at 30° angle (45° maximum).
* Seal and caulk every joint or seam to obtain the most
hermetic system possible.
Doors and Covers
* Make sure that all doors and covers are properly sealed
and fastened.
F)
B)
C)
on far side)
Air Inlet
(Optional air inlet
Figure 1 - Unit
Compressed Air Installation - (See Figure 4 page 4)
* Install the pneumatic filter (provided) at a convenient
location for the user (usually floor level).
* Connect clean, dry compressed air (80-100 psi) to the
inlet of the pneumatic filter.
* Connect the outlet of the pneumatic filter to the air tank
on the unit.
* The installation of a cut-off valve on the supply line is
recomended for safety purposes.
* A pressure regulator may be necessary to step down
the supply air if the shop pressure is above recommended
rating. NOT complying with correct quality & quantity of
air WILL result in component damage.
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Electrical Rating
Electrical information regarding your equipment can be
found on the name plate located adjacent to Solenoid
Junction Box on rear of unit.
Supply Cable
Correctly size electrical supply cable according to motor
horsepower, voltage and amperage (see unit data plate).
Remote Starter/Control Assy Wiring - (See Figure 4 page 4)
* Interconnect electrical supply cable between the load
side of the starter (component of Remote Starter/Control
Assy) and the unit blower motor. The ground wire must
also be connected.
Through a separate conduit, interconnect the Pulser PC
board (component of Remote Starter/Control Assy)
and the solenoid junction box terminal block.
* Connect as many solenoid outputs from the PC-Board
as there are solenoids present. (1 output for C2 models,
2 outputs for C4 models).(See Figure 2)
To Solenoid 1. Solenoid junction
box located
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To Solenoid 2 — | Strip
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A: From SOL1 on PC - Board
B: From SOL2 on PC - Board
From Remote Starter/
Control Assy
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Figure 2 - Solenoid Junction Box
A)
B)
Supply Wiring
Connect Electrical supply cable to the line side of the starter
(L1, L2, L3) (component of Remote Starter/Control Assy).
The ground wire must also be connected. (see table 1).
Contractor Terminal North America Europe
L1 Red (phase A) Black
L2 Black (phase B) Black
L3 White (phase C) Black
Ground Green Yellow
Table 1: Electrical Line Connections
Motor Rotation
The Remote Starter/Control Assy contains a 3-phase motor
starter. To ensure you have proper motor rotation, refer to
the directional arrow on the blower housing located in the
sound enclosure above the unit.
Switching two (2) of the 3-phase connections will reverse
the direction of rotation of the motor. The blower assy will
operate at only one third it's rated capacity and at a higher
noise level if rotating in incorrect direction.
CLEANING SYSTEM
Terminology
Pulse: A pulse is comprised of one (1) blast of air through
an air valve, therefore a unit with two (2) air
valves will pulse each valve once in sequential order.
Off-line: When blower motor is turned OFF.
On-line: When blower motor is turned ON and while motor
is on.
Cleaning System Setup
This unit is equipped with a Venturi assisted reverse pulse
cleaning system. Solenoid operated air valves discharge
large blasts of air through the filter cartridges, thus
dislodging particulates embedded in the filter media. The
self cleaning system is controlled by a microprocessor
based Pulser PC-board located in the Remote Starter/
Control Assy enclosure. The microprocessor has been
programmed to allow for certain parameters to be adjusted
in the field. These parameters are:
1 - On-line pulsing (Yes/No)
2 - Pulse duration (Length of pulse)
3 - Number of pulses (Frequency of pulses)
All of the above can be adjusted by different settings on
the DIP switch bank located on the Pulser PC board (see
figure 3 page 2) which is located inside the Remote Starter/
Control Assy. Please refer to tables 3, 4 & 5 for specific
switch settings.
Off-line Pulsing [Switch M]
Off-line pulse cleaning occurs when the unit is turned OFF.
A preset number of pulse(s) is initiated 30 seconds after
unit is turned off. A pulse of air from the solenoid valve(s)
activates each air valve in sequential order at 15 second
intervals. For example, an off-line pulse setting of 10
will result in valve 1 pulsing, 15 seconds later valve 2 pulses,
15 seconds later valve 1 again pulses etc. for a total of 20
pulses. Units are factory set for off-line pulsing.
On-line Pulsing [Switch M]
On-line pulse cleaning occurs while the unit is in operation.
Pulse cycles are three minutes apart with a pulse cycle
being a single pulse from valve1, followed 15 seconds later
by a pulse from valve 2 (C4 only). This function is set
through switch M on the Pulser PC board DIP switch bank
(see Fig. 3, page 2). Please refer to table 3 page 3 for
setting information.
Pulse Duration [Switch T]
The pulse duration setting allows the user to lengthen or
shorten the solenoid opening time. This can be useful when
the solenoid is not mounted directly on the air valve. For
example if a solenoid bank is mounted 5-10 ft. from the air
valves and connected to the air valves with tubing, the pulse
duration should be increased to 100 ms. This is to allow
enough time for the air in the tubing to reach the air valve
and open it for pulsing . A pulse duration of 60 ms is optimal
for solenoids mounted directly on the air valves. Table 2 on
page 2 defines suggested pulse duration settings.
Adjustments are done through switch M on the Pulser
PC board DIP switch bank (see Figure 3, page 2). Please
refer to Table 4, page 3 for setting information. Units are
factory set for a pulse duration of 60 ms.
NOTE:
Pulse Duration
Physical System
60 ms Solenoids mounted directly on air valves
100 ms
Solenoids mounted 5-10' from air valves
Table 2: Recommended pulse duration settings
NOTE:
The sh ortest pulse o a system © can handle while stil opening
Number of Buses: Off-line) [Switch P
This setting determines the total number of off-line pulse(s)
per air valve for each pulse cycle. Please refer to “Off-Line
Pulsing” section on page 2.
This adjustment is done through switch P on the Pulser PC
Board DIP switch bank (see Figure 3 page 2). Please refer
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Table 5, page 3 for setting information. Unit is factory
set for 5 pulses.
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AVP-X Pulser Board Switch Settings
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Cleaning Mode - M Switch M
Off-line Only OFF
On-line & Off-line ON
Table 3: Cleaning Mode Settings
Pulse duration -T Switch T
60 ms OFF
100 ms ON
Table 4: Pulse Duration Settings
Number of Pulses - P Switch P
5 OFF
20 ON
Table 5: Number of Pulse Settings
START-UP
Supply input power to the Remote Starter/Control Assy.
(Do NOT turn unit ON, just supply power to the Assy.)
Cleaning Cycle Test Loop
* A cleaning cycle test loop will begin 30 seconds after
supplying power to the Remote Starter/Control Assy. A
series of pulses will be heard from the FRED unit.
* Verify that all valves pulse sequentially for the prescribed
amount of pulses. Please refer to Off-Line pulsing in the
“Cleaning System” section on page 2 for more
information.
Press the START button located on the Remote Starter/
Control Assy and measure motor amperage. Amperage
should never exceed the rated motor amperage for more
than a few minutes. Verify the blower motor rotation agrees
with the direction of rotation label located on blower housing.
Please refer to the “Electrical Installation” section on page
2 on how to reverse the motor rotation.
If on-line pulse cleaning is operating, a single pulse per
valve will be heard every 3 minutes during the operation.
Please refer to the “Cleaning System” section on page 2
for more details about On-Line pulse cleaning.
Turn the unit OFF. Once the unit is turned OFF, the standard
Off-Line cleaning cycle will begin after 30 seconds. Both
the compressed air and electrical power must remain
supplied for the duration of the pulse cycle. For a detailed
description of the cleaning cycle, please refer to the
“Cleaning System” section on pages 2 & 3.
- NOTE:
Iti is not necessary for compraésed air to be connected to the unit a
all times for proper operation of the unit. However: not doing so wil
prevent the SELF-CLEANING operation of the machine. This results
in the particles accumulated on the filter cartridge to remain thus
deteriorating the performance of the unit more ey then if the
SELF- CLEANING FEATURE was active.
F)
G)
VI.
Pre-coating the Cartridge Filter
Press the start button located on the Remote Starter/Contro
Assy and wait for cleaning cycle test to finish. Wher
replacing cartridge filters, the new filters need to be
precoated with silica based cellulose or other acceptable
precoat material available on the market.
* 2-Cartridge unit: 3 Ibs.
* 4-Cartridge unit: 6 Ibs.
Bags of pre-coat can be obtained through your distributo!
or from Trion. Initial supply comes with unit.
NOTE:
Itis recommended that the air flow be dampered down some
what for pre-coat addition so that the pre-coat will noi
impregnate the cartridge filter media but form a cake on
the surface of the media. This can be done by blocking off
approximately % of the inlet. Before doing so, the cleaning
system should be deactivated by disconnecting supply air
to the unit. It should stay disconnected for at least 2 to 4
days, depending on the system loading to allow the pre-
coat to stabilize on the filter cartridge.
If all above is in order, FRED is ready to be put in service.
MAINTENANCE
Dust Drawer
The dust drawer(s) should be emptied periodically. Visually
inspect the contents of the dust drawer(s) during the first
few weeks of operation to determine the proper dumping
interval. Periodically inspect the gasket located between
the dust drawer and the cabinet to ensure proper sealing
and replace if damaged. Operating the unit with a damaged
gasket will result in dust re-entrainment on the filter thus
causing premature loading and excessive pressure drop
across the filter cartridges.
Filter Cartridge
The filter cartridge(s) should be removed and manually
cleaned every 3 to 6 months.
In order to clean the cartridges, they must be removed from
the unit. To remove the cartridges, remove the cartridge
access panel located on the front of the unit. Lift the lever
assy, swing the gate assy open, and slowly lower the lever
assy. The filter cartridges can then be easily slid out of the
unit. The cartridge should then be turned horizontally and
tapped lightly on a solid surface. (This can be done directly
into a plastic garbage bag.)
As a second step, the cartridge(s) should be cleaned with
compressed air. The compressed air is to be directed from
the inside of the cartridge to the outside. The air is to be
clean, dry and at a pressure of 80-100 psi.
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This cleaning procedure is suggested to be performed out
doors or in a well ventilated area.
The cartridge(s) will need replacing periodically. This period
is difficult to estimate due to the variety of applications this
unit can serve. It can vary from 8 to 18 months depending
on numerous factors such as density of fumes/dust, particle
size, humidity of air, oil or grease contents of matter, etc.
IMPORTANT
Do not wet or clean this cartridge with any liquid, as it may cause the
forming of unwanted blockage on the filter media. Or it may weaken
the cartridge media that could result in media ru pture and ultimately
damage to the blower. i
B) Air Filter
Check the compressed air filter periodically and replace
the filter media if necessary. If moisture or water is present
in the filter bowl, vent out through bleed valve located
beneath bowl while air pressure is ON.
Discharge
Pressure
relief valve
C) Pressure Relief Valve
Periodically test the Pressure Relief Valve located on c
near the air tank by pulling on the tensional spring ring. -
short exhaust of air will be heard indicating a proper!
functioning valve.
~ CAUTION:
Wear | e eye glasses and heating protection when testin
Pressure Relief Valve. o
D) Carbon Filter & HEPA Filter (options only)
For units equipped with gas or H.E.P.A. filters, it i
necessary to monitor the change in emissions to determin:
filter efficiency & life. It is difficult to determine a specifi
time interval for the effectiveness of these filters, bu
changes in emissions are a definite signal that the filter(s
is (are) in need of replacement. We recommend that th:
filter(s) be replaced once every 6-12 months, dependin:
on the type of filter or media.
Motor cable
conduit hole
Air tank
Solenoid
Junction box Motor wire
conduit
(by others)
Air valve
& solenoids
Solenoid wire
conduit
(by others)
Cartridge
access
Y“ Air Line
FRED Unit (by others)
90 psi dry
shop air
(by others)
Dust Drawe
Pneumatic filter
Hopper
(option) Remote Starter/ Stand Assy.
Control Assy. (option)
Supply voltage
25 US Gal. drum (by others)
or
55 US Gal. drum
(options)
Figure 4 - Electrical & Pneumatic Connections
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REPLACEMENT PARTS - REMOTE STARTER / CONTROL ASSY
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31 1 344376-xxx Contactor 3HP-C2 1200 208/60/3 (-031)/240/60/3 (-022)/
480/60/3 (-039)/575/60/3 (-044)
31A : 344376-xxx | Contactor 5HP-C2 1800 208/60/3 (-032)/240/60/3 (-023)/
480/60/3 (-039)/575/60/3 (-044)
31B | 344376-xxx | Contactor 7.5HP-C4 2400 208/60/3 (-033)/240/60/3 (-025)/
480/60/3 (-040)/575/60/3 (-044)
31C { 344376-xxx | Contactor 10HP-C4 200 H5/3000/3000 H5
208/60/3 (-034)/240/60/3 (-026)/
480/60/3 (-041)/575/60/3 (-045)
32 : 345538-xxx | Overload Relay 3HP-C2 1200 208/60/3 (-010)/240/60/3 (-010)/
480/60/3 (-008)/575/60/3 (-008)
Ё 32A © 345538-xxx | Overload Relay БНР-С2 1800 208/60/3 (-012)/240/60/3 (-012)/ |
480/60/3 (-010)/575/60/3 (-009)
32B 1 | 345538-xxx | Overload Relay 7.5HP-C4 2400 208/60/3 (-013)/240/60/3 (-013)/
480/60/3 (-011)/575/60/3 (-010)
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208/60/3 (-014)/240/60/3 (-014)/
480/60/3 (-012)/575/60/3 (-011)
33 | 1 | 251693-xxx | AVP Circuit Board-C2 (-001)/C4 (-002) В
| 34 A 150930-001 Auxillary contacts-C2/C4 a a
35 1]. 250835-xxx | Transformer 3
se 1 251802-001 Push Button Switch-C2/C4 |
37 4 143574-001 PC Board Support-C2/C4
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UNIT DIAGRAM
IX.
C2 Shown
C4 Similar
X.
REPLACEMENT PARTS - UNIT
Item Quantity Part No. Description
1 1 251747-XXX Drawer ass’y - C2(-001)/C4(-002)
2 1 251451-001 S/E cover ass'y - C2
2A 1 251754-001 S/E cover ass'y - C2
3 1 351756-xxx Door assy - C2(-001)/C4(-002 & -003)
4 1/2 251761-001 Lever ass’y - C2/C4
5 1 251764-001 Bottom plate ass'y - C2
5A 1 251766-001 Bottom plate ass'y - C4
6 1 251768-xxx Plenum door assy - C2 (-001)/C4 (-002)
7 1 251770-001 Inlet cover plate - C2/C4
8 1 251771-Xxx Air inlet 8“ (-004)/10”(-001)/12”(-003)/14”(-002)
9 4 251773-001 Foot Mount - C2/C4
10 4 251774-001 Lifting lug - C2/C4
11 1 251776-001 Inlet air deflector - C2/C4
12 2/4 251777-001 Push plate assy - C2/C4
13 2/4 251778-001 Cartridge holder - C2/C4
14 1 251779-001 Air tank - C2/C4
15 2/4 251780-001 Venturi cone - C2/C4
16 1 251823-xxx Blower Ass’y - C2 1200 (-001) / 1800(-007)
1 251823-xxx Blower Ass'y - C4 2400 (-004) / 3000(-008)
1 _251823-ххх Blower Ass’y - High static - C4 2400 H5 (-005)/3000 H5 (-006)
17 1 142396-ххх Motor 3 hp - C2 1200 208-240/480/60/3 (-001)/
575/60/3 (-010)
17A 1 142396-xxx Motor 5 hp - C2 1800 208-240/480/60/3 (-003)/
575/60/3 (-011)
17B 1 142396-ххх Motor 7.5 hp - C4 2400 208-240/480/60/3 (-004)/
575/60/3 (-012)
17C 1 142396-xxx Motor 10 hp - C4 2400 208-240/480/60/3 (-005)/
575/60/3 (-013)
18 1/2 145439-002 Diaphram valve C2/C4
19 1/2 250920-001 Solenoid Valve (12vac - 1/8 npt) - C2/C4
20 1/2 147363-002 Filter vent C2/C4
21 1 FT 143388-004 PVC tubing 1%” ID - C4 (not shown)
22 1 251824-001 Saftey Valve
23 4 129389-032 Screw type hose clamp - C4 (not shown)
24 1 150924-002 Pneumatic filter (44 npt)
24 1 251827-001 Wiring label (not shown)
25 1 151067-xxx Activated carbon filter - C2(-002)/C4(-005)
26 2/4 251829-001 Filter - 100% Cellulose Fire Retardant C2/C4
27 25FT/35FT 224779-015 Adhesive back neop. Gasket 44”x1” - C2/C4
28 8/16 251830-001 Compression spring - C2/C4
29 12/17 250823-002 Retaining knob - C2/C4
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