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ISO 9001
INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION,
OPERATION
AND MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTIONS FOR
INSTRUCTIONS
D’INSTALLATION
ET D’OPÉRATION
INSTALLATION,
AND
MAINTENANCE
SERIESOPERATION
OK3TYPE
– INFRARED
RADIANTINSTRUCTIONS
HEATERS FOR
GX
UNIT
HEATERS
SERIES
OK3 – INFRARED
RADIANT
HEATERS
AÉROTHERMES
ULTRA-ROBUSTES
MODÈLE
GX
1.0 INITIAL INSPECTION
ISO 9001:2000
ISO 9001:2000
1.0 INSPECTION INITIAL
1.1 Upon receipt fromFIRE/EXPLOSION
the carrier, inspect the
heater for
concealed- During
1.1 Suroperation,
réception detake
votreprecautions
marchandiseto
viaensure
le transporteur,
HAZARD
WARNING
that vérifiez
damage and report any
damage
found
to
the
shipping
company
si
l’appareil
est
endommagé
et
rapoortez
immédiatement
tout
combustible materials
are always
kept at- a During
safe distance
from the
energy.toThis
heater
is
FIRE/EXPLOSION
HAZARD
WARNING
operation,
takeradiant
precautions
ensure
that
immediately.
dommage
visiblevapours,
à la compagnie
deortransport.
not
intended
for
use
in
hazardous
areas
where
flammable
gases
liquids
or
other
combustible
materials
are
always
at
safe distance from the radiant energy. This heater is
1.2 Verify that the nameplate
voltage,
andRemember
wattagekept
arethat
asaobjects
1.2 Vérifiez
les caractéristiques
de lacan
plaque
signalétique.
Les
combustibles
arephase
present.
placed under
an infrared
heater
take
while
not
intended
for
use
in
hazardous
areas
where
flammable
vapours,
gases
or liquids
ora other
ordered and are suitable
for
use
on
the
electrical
power
supply
caractéristiques:
tension,
phase,
et
puissance,
doivent
être
to reach stabilized
temperatures.
If you
are unsureplaced
of the under
suitability
of the heater
intended
combustibles
areGX
present.
Remember
that
an infrared
heater for
canthe
take
a while
available. DO NOT CONNECT
THE
UNIT
TOrecommendations.
AN objects
identiques à Failure
celles to
de comply
votre commande
d’achat.
NE JAMAIS
application,
check
with
theHEATER
factoryIffor
can result
in
personal
to
reach
stabilized
temperatures.
you
are
unsure
of
the
suitability
of
the
heater
for
the
intended
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
VOLTAGE
OTHER
THAN
THAT
SHOWN
RACCORDER
UN
APPAREIL
À
UNE
SOURCE
D’ALIMENTATION
injury
and/or
property
damage.
check with the factory for recommendations. Failure to comply can result in personal
ON THE PRODUCT application,
NAMEPLATE.
DIFFÉRENTE DE CELLE MONTRÉE SUR LA PLAQUE
injury
and/or
property
damage.
1.3 The GX unit heater is CSA
approved
for operation in
SIGNALÉTIQUE.
DESCRIPTION
INSTALLATION
nonhazardous areas only. Ensure that no hazardous conditions
1.3 L’appareil GX est approuvé CSA pour utilisation dans des
INSTALLATION
exist1.0
beforeThe
energizing
the DESCRIPTION
heater.
endroits non-dangereux
seulement. Assurez-vous qu’il n’y a
OK3 radiant heaters are suitable for comfort heating
The system designer is responsible for
aucune
condition
de
danger
avant d’opérer l’appareil.
use
areas
protected
rain,for
snow
or splashing,
the system
safety designer
of this is
equipment
2.0 MOUNTING
METHODS
1.0 in non-hazardous
The OK3
radiant
heaters
are from
suitable
comfort
heating
The
responsibleand
for
where
heating
element
temperatures
in
excess
of
750°C(1382°F)
back-up
controls
and safety
use in non-hazardous areas protected from rain, snow or splashing,
2.0 MÉTHODESadequate
DE
MONTAGES
the safety of this equipment
and
will
notthe
present
thenot
riskless
of fire
or 13cm
explosion.
The
does
not
2.1 Install
heater
than
(5”) from
the wall,
15cm
devices must
be installed.
Failure
to
where
heating
element
temperatures
in excess
of heater
750°C(1382°F)
adequate
back-up
controls and
safety
present
a ceiling
safety hazard
when
is
and
maintained
(6”) from
thepresent
andrisk
244cm
from theoperated
floor
grade.
2.1 Ne pas installer
la chaufferette
à moins
de 13cm
(5”) du mur,
comply
could
result
in personal
injury
will not
the
of fireit(8’)
orinstalled,
explosion.
Theorheater
does not
devices
must
be
installed.
Failure
to
in
accordance
with
these
instructions.
2.2 The
GXaunit
heater
iswhen
CSA
operateand
with
vertical
15cm (6”) du plafond
et 244cm (8’)
du plancher ou sol.
present
safety
hazard
itapproved
is installed,to
operated
maintained
and/or
damage.
complyproperty
could result
in personal injury
downinflow
or horizontal
air flow
discharge.
2.2 L’appareil GX est approuvé CSA pour opération à débit d’air
accordance
with these
instructions.
and/or property damage.
2.0 the
The
OK3 heater
two U-shaped
metal
sheath
heating
2.3 Select
appropriate
airhas
discharge
direction
for the
application.
horizontal ou vertical.
Heaters must be wired by qualified
elements
factory
interconnected
in
series
or
parallel
depending
on
2.0
The
OK3
heater
has
two
metal
sheath
heating
If horizontal,
refer
to Fig.
1 or
Fig.
2 U-shaped
and if vertical
down
flow,
refer
2.3 Sélectionnezpersonnel
la direction in
appropriée
pour l’application.
compliance
local Pour un
Heaters must
be wired bywith
qualified
voltage. Never
heatersinwhich
been factory
series
elements
factory change
interconnected
serieshave
or parallel
depending
on
to Fig.
3.
débit horizontal, voir
Fig. 1 ou Fig. 2 et pour un débit vertical, voir Fig. 3.
codes.
personnel in compliance with local
connected to a parallel connection.
voltage. Never change heaters which have been factory series
NOTE
THE FOLLOWING:
connected
to a parallel connection.
3.0
Minimum space clearances from combustibles, when
2.3.13.0
The GX
weighs
approximately
lbs.(59
kg).
The1
heaters
areheater
horizontally
mounted
and installed,
as
listed in
Table
Minimum
space
clearances
from130
combustibles,
when
following.
building
support
must
be
sufficiently
strong
to
carry
the
weight.
heaters are horizontally mounted and installed, as listed in Table 1
2.3.2following.
All studs, bolts, nuts and other fasteners shall be secured
Table
1 is no possibility of loosening over prolonged periods.
so that
there
These
must
Table 1 be inspected at regular intervals and retightened when
Min. Spacing
necessary.
From nearest wall
600 mm
(24”)
Min.
Spacing
the ceiling
From nearest
wall
300 mm (24”)
(12”)
600
3.0 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
30 cm30 cm
[12”] [12”]
3.1 Verify that
the
voltage
and supply voltage
From
theheater
ceilingnameplate300
mm (12”)
are the same (see paragraph 1.2).
3.2 Select the proper electrical conductor sizes. Conductor ratings
are listed in the electrical code.
3.3 Select a conduit style and conduit entrance fitting suitable for
EEMAC 12 (dust tight and drip tight - indoor) applications. This is
important since contamination of the control cabinet interior could
significantly reduce the operating life of the control components.
38 cmthe cabinet door to facilitate electrical60access
cm
3.4 Remove
and
[15”]
[24”]
connection.
38 cm
60 cm
[15”]
[24”]
3.5 The control
cabinet of the GX unit heater is constructed
to
EEMAC 12 standards and as such, we are not permitted to supply
FIG. 1 – MOUNTING
CLEARANCES
knockouts. After selection
of the conductor
and conduit entrance
FIG.
1 – MOUNTING
CLEARANCES
sizes,
punch
the
appropriate
hole
into
the
cabinet.
We
4.0
To facilitate mounting, the heater hascontrol
four ¼"-20
mounting
recommend
the hatched
area
indicated
in
Fig.
4 be used
for chain
ease
holes
located
at
each
top
corner
of
the
housing.
Either
4.0
To facilitate
mounting, the heater has four ¼"-20 mounting
of internal
electrical
connection.
mounting
(use at
eye
bolts)
boltingoftothe
a non-combustible
sliding
holes
located
each
toporcorner
housing.
Either
chain
3.6 The
GX unit
heater
is completely
prewired
internally.
Connect
support
(slotted
holes)
is
adequate
provided
that
the
spacing
mounting (use eye bolts) or bolting to a non-combustible sliding
the power
conductors
and
any
control
conductors
to theisterminals
instructions
as given
in 3.0
followed.
Chain mounting
preferred
support (slotted
holes)
isare
adequate
provided
that the
spacing
as illustrated
onmounted
the wiring
diagram
fastened to
inside
the control
since
rigidly
heaters
are
susceptible
warping.
instructions as given in 3.0 are followed. Chain mounting is preferred
cabinet
door. Also refer to Fig. 5 for typical wiring.
since rigidly mounted heaters are susceptible to warping.
codes.
INFORMATIONS
IMPORTANTES:
2.3.1 L’appareil GX pèse approximativement 130 lbs.(59 kg).
5.0
Verify that the nameplate voltage and wattage are suitable
Le support
fixé à la bâtisse doit être suffisamment robuste pour
for
use
on thethat
available
electricalvoltage
power and
supply.
Do not
5.0
Verify
the nameplate
wattage
are connect
suitable
soutenir
un tel poids.
the
heater
to
anavailable
electricalelectrical
supply voltage
other
than
shown
on the
for
use
on
the
power
supply.
Do
not
2.3.2 Tous les êcroux, rondelles, boulons devront connect
être serrés
product
label.
the heater to an electrical supply voltage other than shown on the
fermement afin de ne pas se déserrés même sur de longues
product
label.
périodes
d’opération.
Insulation contamination or moisture
accumulation
can cause or
fault
to the
3.0 CONNEXIONS
ÉLECTRIQUES
Insulation
contamination
moisture
element sheathcan
generating
arcing
accumulation
cause fault
to and
the
3.1 Vérifiez la tension
d’alimentation
et
la
tension
indiquée
releasing
molten
metal.
Install
proper
element sheath generating arcing
and sur la
plaque signalétique
(voir paragraphe
1.2). Install
ground
fault
protection
to prevent
releasing
molten
metal.
proper
3.2 Utilisez les conducteurs
électriques
de calibre
approprié (Code
personalfault
injury
and/or
ground
protection
toproperty
prevent
Électrique Canadien).
damage.
personal injury and/or property
3.3 Utilisez un damage.
conduit et un raccord électrique de type 12 (à
6.0
Thedes
connection
box volume
is 3100 -cm³(190
in³).Ceci est très
l’épreuve
poussères
et égouttures
intérieur).
important,
car
toute
infiltration
contaminante
à l’intérieur du
6.0
The connection box volume is 3100 cm³(190 in³).
7.0
Supply
conductors
to the
heater
suitable
for la
panneau
de contrôle
pourrait
réduire
demust
façonbetrès
importante
110°C(230°C).
The
ground wire
the supply
shall
connected
vie desSupply
composants.
7.0
conductors
to from
the heater
must
bebe
suitable
for
to
theRetriez
grounding
connection
located
in the
connection
3.4
la The
porte
du boîtier
de contrôle
pour
faciliter
le
110°C(230°C).
ground
wire
from
the
supply
shall
bebox.
connected
raccordement
to
the groundingélectrique.
connection located in the connection box.
8.0
connection
box has
eight dualGX
knockouts,
½" orselon
¾" les
3.5 Le The
boIitier
de contrôle
de l’appareil
est fabriqué
and
twoThe
dualconnection
knockouts ¾"
orhas
1". eight
The standard
Type 1 enclosure
8.0
dualest
knockouts,
½" d’y
or ¾"
standards
EEMAC
12. box
Aussi,
il ne
nous
pas
permis
prévoir
is
suitable
dry, indoor
locations
only inType
non-corrosive
and
dualfor
knockouts
¾"laorsélection
1". The standard
enclosure
destwo
débouchures.
Après
du calibre
des1conduits
et des
environments.
is
suitable forperforez
dry, indoor
locations
conducteurs,
un tour
adéquatonly
dansinle non-corrosive
boîtier de contrôle.
environments.
Nous recommandons
l’endroit indiqué
la Fig.
pour faciliter
9.0
For short circuit protection,
heatersàmust
be 4installed
with le
raccordement
électrique.
proper
fast
actingcircuit
fusesprotection,
or breakers
as close
asbe
possible
towith
the
9.0
For short
heaters
must
installed
3.6 L’appareil
GX
est
entièrement
préfilé
en usine.
Raccordez
les
ratings
indicated
on
the
nameplates,
in
compliance
with
the
local
proper
fast acting
fuses or breakers
as closeaux
as possible
the
conducteurs
d’alimentation
et de contrôle
borniers toidentifiés.
electrical
codes.
ratings indicated on the nameplates, in compliance with the local
Suivez les indications montrées au chéma de filerie situé sur la
electrical codes.
face intérieure de la porte du cabinet de contrôle.
CCI Thermal Technologies Inc. 2721 Plymouth Drive, Oakville, ON L6H 5R5 Tel. (905) 829-4422 Fax (905) 829-4430
www.ccithermal.com
CCI Thermal Technologies Inc. 2721 Plymouth Drive,
Oakville, ON L6H 5R5 Tel. (905) 829-4422 Fax (905) 829-4430
www.ccithermal.com
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3.7 MOTOR ROTATION - IMPORTANT. Three phase heaters are
3.7 ROTATION DU MOTEUR - IMPORTANT. Sur tousISO
les
appareils
INSTALLATION,
OPERATION
AND MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTIONS
supplied with motors of
corresponding phase.
The proper motor/fan
triphasés, les moteurs
sont égalementFOR
triphasés. Vue
de
l’arrière
ISO 9001:2000
rotation, viewed fromINSTALLATION,
the rear of
the heater
is counter
OPERATION
AND MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTIONS
FOR est dans le sens
de l’appareil,
la rotation
normale de l’éventail
SERIES
OK3
– clockwise,
INFRARED
RADIANT
HEATERS
incorrect rotation of the fan will cause the heater to overheat and
anti-horaire.
Une rotation
inversée entrainera l’arrêt de l’appareil
SERIES OK3 – INFRARED
RADIANT
HEATERS
cycle on the high limit. To reverse the fan rotation, interchange two
par la haute-limite. Pour corriger la rotation, interchangez deux fils
supply voltage conductors connected to lugs L1, L2.
d’alimentation sur les cosses L1, L2.
3.8 The schematic wiring diagram in Fig. 5 illustrates the GX unit
3.8 Le schéme de la Fig. 5 illustre un appareil GX muni d’un
heater with contactor, transformer and thermostat. Some of this
contacteur, transformateur et thermostat. Cet équipement est
HAZARD
WARNING
operation, take precautions to ensure that
equipment is optionalFIRE/EXPLOSION
and may not be included
with your
GX heater.- During
facultatif et peut ne pas être inclus dans votre appareil.
combustible
materials
are
always
kept
at
a
safe
distance
from the
energy.toThis
heater
is
FIRE/EXPLOSION HAZARD WARNING - During operation,
takeradiant
precautions
ensure
that
intendedmaterials
for use in
hazardous
areas
flammable
vapours,
gases
or liquids
or other
4.0 TEMPERATUREnot
CONTROL
4.0 distance
CONTRÔLE
DE
TEMPÉRATURE
combustible
are
always kept
at awhere
safe
from
the
radiant
energy.
This heater
is
combustibles
are present.
Remember
that objects
placed under
an infrared
heater
can take
while
not
intended for
use in hazardous
areas
where flammable
vapours,
gases
or liquids
ora other
4.1 BUILT-IN THERMOSTAT
- heaters temperatures.
with a factory If
installed
4.1 THERMOSTAT
INTÉGRÉ
- Les appareils
avec thermostat
to reach stabilized
you
areobjects
unsure
of the under
suitability
of the heater
intended
combustibles
are present. Remember
that
placed
an infrared
heater for
canthe
take
a while
thermostat have all other
standard
controls
such
as contactors,
intégré possède
toustoles
autrescan
contrôles
tels
que contacteur et
application,
check
with
the
factory
for
recommendations.
Failure
comply
result
in
personal
to reach stabilized temperatures. If you are unsure of the suitability of the heater for the intended
and transformers factory
installed
and
prewired.
transformateur et sont préfilés en usine.
injury
and/orcheck
property
application,
withdamage.
the factory for recommendations. Failure to comply can result in personal
4.2 THERMOSTAT KIT FAT-8A - (Field installed) Install the FAT-8A
4.2 TROUSSE DE THERMOSTAT FAT -8A - (Pour installation
injury and/or property damage.
thermostat kit in accordance
with
the
instruction
sheet
provided.
en chantier) Installez INSTALLATION
le thermostat FAT-8A selon les instructions
DESCRIPTION
4.3 REMOTE LINE VOLTAGE THERMOSTAT - A remote
fournies avec cette trousse.
DESCRIPTION
thermostat
rated
to operate
as a pilot
duty, inductive
device
on
4.3 THERMOSTAT ÀINSTALLATION
TENSION SECTEUR À DISTANCE - Un
1.0
The OK3
radiant heaters
are suitable
for comfort
heating
The system designer is responsible for
240Vuse
is required.
For
proper
installation
and
wiring
of
the
selected
thermostat
à
distance,
adéquat
pour circuit de commande et appareil
areas
protected
rain,for
snow
or splashing,
the system
safety designer
of this is
equipment
and
1.0 in non-hazardous
The
radiant
heaters
are from
suitable
comfort
heating
responsible
for
thermostat,
referOK3
to
the
manufacturer’s
instructions.
CCI Thermal
inductif à 240V The
ets requis. Voir
les instructions
du manufacturier
where
heating
element
temperatures
in
excess
of
750°C(1382°F)
adequate
back-up
controls
and
safety
use
in
non-hazardous
areas
protected
from
rain,
snow
or
splashing,
the
safety
of
this
equipment
and
Technologies
can
supply
appropriate
thermostats.
pour une installation adéquate. CCI Thermal Technologies
will
notheating
presentelement
the risktemperatures
of fire or explosion.
The
does not
devices must
be installed.
Failure
to
where
in excess
of heater
750°C(1382°F)
adequate
back-up
controls
and
safety
4.4 REMOTE
LOWhazard
VOLTAGE itTHERMOSTATS
- The
heater
possède en magasin
une gamme
variée
de thermostats.
present
a safety
operated
andGX
maintained
comply
could
result
in personal
injury
will not present
the riskwhen
of fire is
orinstalled,
explosion.
The heater
does not
devices
must
be
installed.
Failure
can in
beaccordance
provided with
a lowinstructions.
voltage control internally wired for
4.4 THERMOSTAT À BASSE TENSION À DISTANCE to
- L’appareil
these
present
a safetywith
hazard
when it is installed, operated and maintained
and/or
property
damage.
comply
could result
in personal
injury
remote
connection
to
24V
thermostats.
Ensure
that
this
control
GX
peut
intégré
les
contrôles
requis
pour
le
raccordement
à
in accordance with these instructions.
and/or property
2.0is installed
The OK3
heater
has twobefore
U-shaped
metal sheath
heating
option
in the
GX heater
energizing
a low voltage
distance d’un thermostat
à 24V. damage.
Assurez-vous que ce dispositif
Heaters must be wired by qualified
elements
factory
interconnected
series
or parallel
depending
on
thermostat
from
the heater.
installation
and
wiringheating
of the
facultatif est intégré à l’appareil GX avant d’opérer un thermostat
2.0
The
OK3
heater For
hasproper
twoinU-shaped
metal
sheath
personnel
in compliance
local
be wiredVoir
bywith
qualified
voltage.
Never
been
factory
series
selected
thermostat,
refer toheaters
the manufacturer’s
instructions.
CCI
à basse tensionHeaters
à partirmust
de l’appareil.
les
instructions du
elements
factory change
interconnected
inwhich
serieshave
or parallel
depending
on
codes.
personnel
in compliance
with local
connected
to a parallel
Thermal
Technologies
canconnection.
supply
voltage
use
manufacturier pour
une installation
adéquate.
CCI Thermal
voltage.
Never
change
heaterslow
which
havethermostats
been factoryfor
series
codes. une gamme variée de thermostats à
with connected
GX heaters.
Technologies possèdent
to a parallel connection.
3.0
Minimum space clearances from combustibles, when
basse tension.
heaters
are horizontally
and Switch)
installed,
as listed in Table
1
5.0 “FAN
ONLY”
FEATURE
(Summer
3.0
Minimum
spacemounted
clearances
from combustibles,
when
5.0
Verify that the nameplate voltage and wattage are suitable
following.
5.0 COMMANDE DU VENTILATEUR (Interrupteur Estival)
are horizontally
andheater
installed,
as listed
for use Verify
on thethat
available
electricalvoltage
power and
supply.
Do not
The heaters
“fan only”
feature willmounted
allow the
to cycle
in in
a Table
“heat”1 5.0
the nameplate
wattage
are connect
suitable
following.
the
heater
electrical
supplyà voltage
the de
mode
dictated
Cette
caractéristique
permet
l’appareil
de than
répondre
àon
l’appel
Table
1 by the controlling thermostat, even though the fan is
for
use
on to
theanavailable
electrical
power other
supply.
Doshown
not connect
product
label.
operating continuously.
chauffage,
si l’éventail
en opération
continue.
the
heater tomême
an electrical
supplyest
voltage
other than
shown on the
Table 1
product label.
6.0 FAN DELAY
6.0 COMMANDE
À RETARDEMENT
DUcm³(190
VENTILATEUR
6.0
The connection
box volume is 3100
in³).
30 cm30 cm
[12”] [12”]
Spacing
5.1 Terminals are provided for remoteMin.
mount
of a S.P.S.T. “fan only”
From
nearest
wall
600
mm
(24”) “T2” and “T3”
Min.
switch, rated 240V 60Hz. A jumper acrossSpacing
terminals
is installed at
the
factory,
and
must
be
removed
the ceiling
300 mm (24”)
(12”) and substituted
From nearest
wall
600
with the remote switch leads if this feature is to be available. See
From the ceiling
300 mm (12”)
Fig. 5.
5.2 A “fan only” switch may be factory installed (optional extra)
directly in the heater.
All GX unit heaters incorporate a fan delay feature in both the “ON”
and “OFF” cycles. This is a desirable feature allowing the heater
to come to
temperature before the fan operates (no60cold
blasts)
38 cm
cm
[15”]
[24”]
and to cool
down
in
the
“OFF”
cycle
(longer
life
for
the
control
38 cm
60 cm
[15”]and motor). Delay “ON” is 20-50 seconds
[24”]and delay
components
“OFF” is 20-70 seconds.
FIG. 1 – MOUNTING CLEARANCES
7.0 REMOTE ENERGY
CONTROL
FIG. 1 MANAGEMENT
– MOUNTING CLEARANCES
4.0
To facilitate mounting, the heater has four ¼"-20 mounting
Remote
energy
management
is
on 40Either
and
50kW
holes
at each
top control
corner
of standard
thehas
housing.
chain
4.0 located
To facilitate
mounting,
the heater
four ¼"-20
mounting
(use
eye
bolts)
or
bolting
to
a
non-combustible
sliding
units.mounting
Internal
power
to
contactor
coil
C2
may
be
interrupted
and
holes located at each top corner of the housing. Either chain
support
(slotted
holes)
is
adequate
provided
that
the
spacing
controlled
remotely
by
removing
the
jumper
between
terminals
mounting (use eye bolts) or bolting to a non-combustible sliding
as given
in
3.0isare
followed.
Chain
mounting
preferred
“T2” instructions
and “T3”,(slotted
and
then
connecting
a passive
contactor
inisits
place.
support
holes)
adequate
provided
that the
spacing
since
rigidly
mounted
heaters
are
susceptible
to
warping.
A closed
contact
will
allow
100%
heating
capacity
and
an
open
instructions as given in 3.0 are followed. Chain mounting is preferred
contact
allow
50% heating
capacity.
See toschematic
sincewill
rigidly
mounted
heaters are
susceptible
warping. wiring
diagram Fig. 5.
or moisture
5.1 Un bornierInsulation
est prévucontamination
pour l’installation
à distance d’un
accumulation
can cause
fault
to the
interrupteur du Insulation
ventilateur contamination
(U.P.U.D.),
240V
60Hz.
Un cavalier
or
moisture
element
sheath
generating
arcing
est instalé en accumulation
usine entre
lescan
bornes
T2fault
et T3,
lequel sera
cause
to and
the
releasing
molten
metal.
Install
proper
enlevé et substitué
par
les
fils
de
l’interrupteur
à
distance
element sheath generating arcing and si cette
ground
fault
protection
to prevent
caractéristique doit
être disponible.
Voir Fig.Install
5.
releasing
molten
metal.
proper
personal
injury
5.2 Un interrupteur
du ventilateur
estand/or
disponible
pour l’installation
ground
fault
protection
toproperty
prevent
damage.
intégrée en usine
(facultatif moyennant
un suppliment).
personal
injury and/or
property
damage.
6.0
The
connection
3100commande
cm³(190 in³).
Tous les
appareils
GX box
sontvolume
munis isd’une
à retardement
7.0
Supply conductors to the heater must be suitable for
du ventilateur pour la mise en marche et l’arrêt. Cette caractéristique
110°C(230°C).
The ground wire
the supply
shall
connected
7.0
Supply
to from
the
heater
must
bebe
suitable
for
unique
évite laconductors
projection
d’air
froid
au
démarrage
et
la surchauffe
to
the
grounding
connection
located
in
the
connection
box.
110°C(230°C). The ground wire from the supply shall be connected
à l’arrêt, d’où une meilleure durabilité des composants de contrôles
to
located
in the connection
box. secondes
etthe
du grounding
moteur.
Leconnection
délai de
“marche”
est de 20-50
8.0
The connection
boxmise
has en
eight
dual knockouts,
½" or ¾"
et le délai
“d’arrêt”
est ¾"
de or
20-70
secondes.
and
dual
knockouts
1". eight
The
standard
Type 1 enclosure
8.0 twoThe
connection
box has
dual knockouts,
½" or ¾"
is
suitable
dry, indoor
only inType
non-corrosive
and
dualfor
knockouts
¾" or locations
1". D’ÉNERGIE
The standard
1 enclosure
7.0 two
RÉGUALTEUR
CENTRAL
À DISTANCE
environments.
is
suitable for dry, indoor locations only in non-corrosive
Des borniers intégrés à tous les appareils de 40 et 50kW permettent
environments.
9.0
For shortlacircuit
protection,
mustC2.
be installed
with le
d’interrompre
puissance
au heaters
contacteur
En enlevant
proper
fast
acting
fuses
or
breakers
as
close
as
possible
to
the
9.0
protection,
heatersC2
must
be le
installed
with
cavalierFor
T2,short
T3 àcircuit
bobine
du contacteur
et en
substituant
par
ratings
indicated
on
the
nameplates,
in
compliance
with
the
local
proper
fast acting
breakers
close
possible
the
un contact
passif,fuses
vousorréduirez
doas50%
la as
capacité
detol’appareil
electrical
codes. on the nameplates, in compliance with the local
ratings
indicated
selon le signal de la position ouverte ou fermée commandée par le
electrical
codes.
régulateur
central d’énergie à distance. Voir schéma Fig. 5.
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www.ccithermal.com
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8.0 NORMAL SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
8.0 SÉQUENCE NORMALE D’OPÉRATION
ISO 9001:2000
INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS FOR
ISO 9001:2000
8.1 The heater must be
properly mounted and
wired in accordance
8.1 L’appareil doit
être installé et raccordé
INSTALLATION,
AND MAINTENANCE
FOR selon les normes
SERIESOPERATION
OK3
– INFRARED
RADIANTINSTRUCTIONS
HEATERS
30 cm30 cm
[12”] [12”]
with these instructions, terminal cabinet door closed and secure,
recommandées pour ce type d’appareil, i.e. Porte du boîtier de
SERIES
OK3
– areas.
INFRARED
RADIANT
HEATERS
fan blade free, and no obstructions
to air inlet
or outlet
contrôle
fermée et verrouillée,
aucune obstruction à l’entrée et à la
8.2 Energize the heater at the rated supply voltage.
sortie de l’air, et l’éventail non obstrué.
8.3 Assuming the thermostat is calling for heat OR the thermostat
8.2 Mettez l’appareil sous tension (voir la plaque signalétique pour
is turned to a higher temperature than ambient:
tension d’opération).
FIRE/EXPLOSION
HAZARD
WARNING - During
takele precautions
8.3.1 The main contactor(s)
will energize the
elements.
8.3 Enoperation,
assumant que
thermostat etstoenensure
positionthat
de demande
combustible
materials
are
always
kept
at
a
safe
distance
from
the
radiant
energy.
This
heater
is
8.3.2 The fan motor will
not
start
immediately.
ou
que
le
point
de
consigne
est
plus
élevé
que
la
température
FIRE/EXPLOSION HAZARD WARNING - During operation, take precautions to ensure that
intended
for
in
hazardous
areas
flammable
vapours,
gases
or liquids
or other
8.3.3 After a delay of not
20-50
seconds,
theuse
fan contactor
will kept
operate
ambiante:
combustible
materials
are
always
at awhere
safe
distance
from
the radiant
energy.
This heater
is
combustibles
are
Remember
that objects
placed
an infrared
heater
can
take
while
and the fan will start. not
Seeintended
paragraphfor
3.6present.
for proper
fan rotation.
8.3.1flammable
Le(s) under
contacteur(s)
principal
actionne
des
use
in hazardous
areas
where
vapours,
gases
or liquids
ora l’opération
other
totemperature
reach stabilized
temperatures.
If
you
are
unsure
of
the
suitability
of
the
heater
for
the
intended
8.4 After the ambientcombustibles
rises
to
the
operating
point
of
éléments
chauffants.
are present. Remember that objects placed under an infrared heater can take a while
application,
check
the factoryIffor
recommendations.
Failurenetopartira
comply
can
result
in intended
personal
the thermostat, the thermostat
contact
willwith
open.
8.3.2 Le
immédiatement.
to reach stabilized
temperatures.
you
are unsure
of ventilateur
the suitability
of thepas
heater
for the
injury
and/or
property
damage.
8.4.1 The main contactor(s)
will
de-energize
the
elements.
8.3.3 Après un
délai to
decomply
20-50 secondes,
application, check with the factory for recommendations.
Failure
can resultleinventilateur
personal se mettra
8.4.2 The fan motor injury
will continue
operate,damage.
purging the residual
en marche. Voir paragraphe 3.6 pour la rotation adéquate du
and/ortoproperty
heat from the elements. DESCRIPTION
ventilateur.
INSTALLATION
8.4.3 After a delay of 20-70
seconds,
the
fan
contactor
will
open
8.4
Dès
que
la
température
ambiante atteindra le point de consigne
DESCRIPTION
INSTALLATION
and the
will stop.
1.0 fan The
OK3 radiant heaters are suitable for comfort heating
du thermostat, les
contacts
celui-ci is
s’ouvrent.
The
systemde
designer
responsible for
use
in
non-hazardous
areas
protected
from
rain,
snow
or
splashing,
8.5 The
cycle
described
in
8.3
will
repeat.
8.4.1
Le
contacteur
principal
coupe
l’opération
des
the
safety
of
this
equipment
and
1.0
The OK3 radiant heaters are suitable for comfort heating
The system designer is
responsible
foréléments
where
heating elementareas
temperatures
excess
750°C(1382°F)
chauffants.
adequate
back-up
controls
and
safety
use in non-hazardous
protectedin
from
rain, of
snow
or splashing,
the safety of this equipment and
will
notheating
presentelement
the risktemperatures
of fire or explosion.
The
does not
9.0 MAINTENANCE
8.4.2 Le ventilateur
continue
debe
tourner
jusqu’à
cesafety
quetola chaleur
devices
must
installed.
Failure
where
in excess
of heater
750°C(1382°F)
adequate
back-up
controls
and
present
a
safety
hazard
when
it
is
installed,
operated
and
maintained
résiduelle de l’appareil
est
évacuée.
comply
could
result
in
personal
injury
will not present the risk of fire or explosion. The heater does not
devices must be installed. Failure to
The in
GX
unit heater
is these
constructed
to operate in tough industrial
accordance
instructions.
8.4.3 Après un délai
de property
20-70
le ventilateur
s’arrêtera.
present
a safetywith
hazard
when
it is installed, operated and maintained
and/or
damage.
comply
couldsecondes,
result
in personal
injury
applications
with awith
minimum
of maintenance.
8.5 Le cycle décrit
au
paragraphe
8.3
reprendra.
in accordance
these instructions.
and/or property damage.
2.0
The OK3 heater has two U-shaped metal sheath heating
Heaters must be wired by qualified
However,
some
routine
maintenance
is recommended
to extend
elements
factory
interconnected
in
series
or
parallel
depending
on
2.0
The
OK3
heater
has
two
U-shaped
metal
sheath
heating
9.0
ENTRETIEN
personnel
in compliance
local
the life
of theNever
heater and itsheaters
components.have
Always
disconnect
the
Heaters
must
be wired bywith
qualified
voltage.
been
factory
series
elements
factory change
interconnected inwhich
series or parallel
depending
on
codes.
electrical
source
before
performing
any
maintenance.
withleslocal
connected
to a parallel
L’appareil GX personnel
est conçu inet compliance
fabriqué pour
applications
voltage. Never
changeconnection.
heaters which have been factory series
codes.
industrielles
robustes
exigeant
une
maintenance
minime.
connected
to
a
parallel
connection.
9.1 3.0
TERMINAL
ENCLOSURE
- At periodic
intervals, ofwhen
not
Minimum
space clearances
from combustibles,
moreheaters
than one
year, openmounted
the terminal
enclosure
to inspect
for1
are
horizontally
and
installed,
as
listed
in
Table
Cependant, une maintenance routinière est recommandée
3.0
Minimum
space clearances
from
Verify that the nameplate voltage and wattage are suitable
cleanliness
and dampness.
Vacuum any
dustcombustibles,
and wipe upwhen
any 5.0
following.
afin d’accroître la durabilité de l’appareil et de ses composants.
heaters
are
horizontally
mounted
and
installed,
as
listed
in
Table
1
for use Verify
on the available
electrical power and
supply.
Do not
connect
moisture. Check all electrical connections and tighten if necessary. 5.0
the nameplate
wattage
suitable
Débranchez that
toujours
l’appareil voltage
avant de procéder
àare
l’entretien.
following.
heater
electricalelectrical
supply voltage
than
on the
9.2 CONTACTOR(S)
- Inspect the contacts carefully and replace the
Table 1
for use
on to
theanavailable
power other
supply.
Doshown
not connect
product
label.
the contactor(s) if excessive wear is becoming evident. Contacts the
9.1heater
BOÎTIER
CONTRÔLE
- À intervalles
réguliers,
authe
moins
to anDE
electrical
supply voltage
other than
shown on
Table 1
which are not pitted can be cleaned Min.
usingSpacing
a fine grade sandpaper
une foislabel.
par année, ouvrez le boîtler de contrôle pour vous assurer
product
contamination
or emery cloth.
de la propreté etInsulation
de l’étanchiété.
Débarrassezor
demoisture
toutes poussières
From nearest wall
600 mm
(24”)
Min.
Spacing
accumulation
can
cause
fault
to fermeté
the
Insulation
contamination
or
moisture
9.3 MOTOR - The motor supplied is rated at 1/3 HP with totally
et asséchez si nécessaire. Vérifiez également
la
des
element sheathcan
generating
arcing
the ceiling
300
(12”)
From nearest
wall
600
mm (24”)
accumulation
cause fault
to and
the
enclosed construction
and
sealed ball
bearings.
These motors are
connexions électriques.
releasing
moltengenerating
metal.
Install
proper
element
arcing
and
“permanently”
lubricated
9.2 CONTACTEUR(S)
- sheath
Vérifiez
les
contacts
soigneusement
et
From
the ceilingby the manufacturer.
300 mm (12”) Internal thermal
ground
fault
protection
to
prevent
releasing
molten metal.
Install proper
protection is provided to eliminate motor overheating. Check all
remplacez s’il y á
usure excessive.
Sinon, nettoyez
les contacts en
personal
injury
and/ortoproperty
ground
fault
protection
prevent
motor mounts and tighten if necessary.
utllisant un papier
sablé fin
ou
linge
d’émeri.
damage.
and/or
property
9.4 FAN BLADE - Visually inspect the fan blade to ensure accidental
9.3 MOTEUR -personal
Moteur deinjury
1/3 C.V.,
Totalement
fermé avec
damage.
damage has not occurred. If bent or damaged, a factory balanced
roulement à billes,
lubrication permanente par le manufacturier et
The connection box volume is 3100 cm³(190 in³).
blade should be installed so that the rated air flow is maintained. A 6.0
protection
thermique intégrale. Vérifiez les points de montage et
The
damaged fan blade may not deliver the required air flow over the 6.0
reserrez
si connection
nécessaire.box volume is 3100 cm³(190 in³).
7.0
Supply conductors to the heater must be suitable for
elements, resulting in short cycling of the internal contactors by the
9.4 ÉVENTAIL - Procédez à une inspection visuelle et assurez
110°C(230°C).
The
ground wire
from
the supply
shall
be connected
7.0
Supply
conductors
to
theendommagées.
heater
must
be
38 cm
60 cmthe life of
high limit control.
This condition will significantly shorten
vous
que
les palles
ne sontlocated
pas
Si suitable
elles
sontfor
pliées
to
the
grounding
connection
in
the
connection
box.
[15”]
[24”]
110°C(230°C).
The ground
wire frompar
the un
supply
shall be
connected
the contactors.
Check
to
ensure
the
fan
blade
is
tightly
fastened
to
ou
endommagées,
remplacez
nouvel
éventail
balancé
38 cm
60 cm
to
grounding
connection
in the
connection
[24”]
the motor [15”]
shaft.
enthe
usine
d’obtenir
le located
débit
d’air
spécifique
debox.
l’appareil.
8.0
Theafin
connection
box
has eight
dual
knockouts,
½" or ¾" Un
9.5 HEATER PAINT FINISH - The GX unit heater is finished with and
éventail
endommagé
peut
entrainer
une surchauffe
de l’appareil
two
dual
knockouts
¾"
or
1".
The
standard
Type
1
enclosure
The connection box has eight dual knockouts, ½" or ¾"
1 – MOUNTING CLEARANCES
an epoxy paint to FIG.
provide
maximum resistance to corrosion due 8.0
et suitable
un cyclage
répétitif
de lalocations
protection
haute-limite.
Ce cyclage
is
for
dry,
indoor
only
in
non-corrosive
and two dual knockouts ¾" or 1". The standard Type 1 enclosure
FIG. 1 – MOUNTING
CLEARANCES
to airborne
contaminants.
We
recommend
the
cabinet
be
wiped
provoquera
l’usure
prématurée
des
contacteurs.
Assurez-vous
environments.
4.0
To facilitate mounting, the heater has four ¼"-20 mounting is suitable for dry, indoor locations only in non-corrosive
downholes
periodically using
a mild
que l’éventail est ancré solidement à l’arbre du moteur.
at each
top detergent.
corner
of thehas
housing.
Either
chain environments.
4.0 located
To facilitate
mounting,
the heater
four ¼"-20
mounting
9.0
For
short circuit DE
protection,
heaters- L’appareil
must be installed
9.5 FINI
EXTÉRIEUR
L’APPAREIL
GX estwith
mounting
(use
eye
bolts)
or
bolting
to
a
non-combustible
sliding
holes located at each top corner of the housing. Either chain proper fast acting fuses or breakers as close as possible to the
recouvert
d’un
fini
“epoxy”
pour
vous
assurer
une
plus
grande
support (slotted
holes)
that the spacing
9.0
For short circuit protection, heaters must be installed
with
mounting
(use eye
bolts)isoradequate
bolting toprovided
a non-combustible
sliding ratings
indicated
on
the
nameplates,
in
compliance
with
the
résistance
à
la
corrosion
due
aux
contaminants
de
l’air.
instructions
as
given
in
3.0
are
followed.
Chain
mounting
is
preferred
proper fast acting fuses or breakers as close as possible Essuyez
tolocal
the
support (slotted holes) is adequate provided that the spacing electrical
codes.
le cabinet
de l’appareil
avec un détergent
doux annuellement.
since
rigidlyas
mounted
are susceptible
to warping.
indicated
on the nameplates,
in compliance
with the local
instructions
given in heaters
3.0 are followed.
Chain mounting
is preferred ratings
since rigidly mounted heaters are susceptible to warping.
electrical codes.
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INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS FOR
ISO 9001:2000
SERIES OK3 – INFRARED RADIANT HEATERS
FIRE/EXPLOSION HAZARD WARNING - During operation, take precautions to ensure that
combustible materials are always kept at a safe distance from the radiant energy. This heater is
not intended for use in hazardous areas where flammable vapours, gases or liquids or other
combustibles are present. Remember that objects placed under an infrared heater can take a while
to reach stabilized temperatures. If you are unsure of the suitability of the heater for the intended
application, check with the factory for recommendations. Failure to comply can result in personal
injury and/or property damage.
RENEWAL PARTS
PARTS
LIST // PIÈCES
PIÈCES DE
DE RECHANGE
RECHANGE
RENEWAL
LIST
DESCRIPTION
INSTALLATION
Parts common to all GX heaters/ Piéce communes à tous les appareil GX
Parts
all GX
heaters/
Piéce communes
à tous les appareil GX The system designer is responsible for
1.0 common
The OK3to
radiant
heaters
are suitable
for comfort heating
PART NO.
Q/HTR.
use in
non-hazardous areas protected fromDÉCRIPTION
rain, snow or splashing,
the safety of this equipment and
DESCRIPTION
NO. DE adequate
PIÈCE
QTÉ./APPAREIL
PARTback-up
NO.
Q/HTR.
where heating element temperatures in excess of 750°C(1382°F)
controls and
safety
DÉCRIPTION
not present
risk of fire orrotecteur
explosion.Éventail
The heater
does not
Fanwill
Guard
/ DESCRIPTION
Motorthe
Mount
/ Montage
present a safety hazard when it is installed,
operated
and
maintained C11080-01
sur
le
Moteur
Fan Guard / Motor Mount
Protecteur Éventail / Montage sur le Moteur
in accordance with these instructions.
Louvres
Volet
Directionnel
Louvres
Volet
Directionnel
Control
Door
Porte
Cabinet
Contrôle
2.0
The
OK3 heater has twoPorte
U-shaped
metal
sheath
heating
Control
Door
dede
Cabinet
dede
Contrôle
Thermostat
Thermostat
elements factory interconnected in series or parallel depending on
Thermostat
Fan Delay
Relay
Relais
/ Délais
voltage.
Never
change heatersThermostat
which
have
been D'Éventail
factory series
Hi-Limit
Haute-Limite
to a parallel connection.
Fanconnected
Delay Relay
Relais
/ Délais D’Éventail
Knob
Bouton du Thermostat
Hi-Limit
Haute-Limite
3.0
Minimum space clearances
from combustibles, when
B12352-02
B11082-01
B11031-02
B11043-02
B11035-03
NO. DE PIÈCE
QTÉ./APPAREIL
devices must be1 installed. Failure to
comply
could result in personal
C11080-01
1 injury
and/or
property
damage.
B12352-02 7
7
B11082-01 1
1
Heaters
must be wired by qualified
B11031-02
1
personnel
in compliance
with
1
B11043-02
1 local
codes.
B11035-03 1
1
B11037-01
1
1
heaters are horizontally mountedBouton
and installed,
as listed in Table 1 B11037-01
Knob
du Thermostat
1
5.0
Verify that the nameplate voltage and wattage are suitable
following.
Specific
parts based on heater catalog number / Pièce communes à tous les appareil GX
for use on the available electrical power supply. Do not connect
Specific parts based on heater catalog number / Pièce communes à50VA
tous
les appareil
GX
theTRANSFORMER
heater
to an electrical
supply voltage other than shown on the
Table 1
CAT NO.
GX152
GX153
GX157
GX152
GX158
GX153
VOLTS/
PHASE
ELEMENT
ÉLÉMENT
VOLTS/
PHASE
ELEMENT
ÉLÉMENT
(3 Required/Requis)
From nearest
wall
208/3
240/1 the
From
480/3
208/3
600/3
240/1
GX157
480/3
GX158
600/3
GX202
208/3
GX203
240/1
GX207
480/3
GX208
600/3
GX202
208/3
GX203
240/1
GX207
480/3
GX252
208/3
GX208
600/3
GX253
240/1
GX257
480/3
GX258 38 cm
600/3
GX252
[15”]208/3
GX253
240/1
GX257
480/3
GX307
480/3
GX258
600/3
GX308
600/3
MOTOR
MOTEUR
Min. Spacing
600 mm (24”)
MOTOR
MOTEUR
KXF10008-25
B11085-01
KXF10008-26
Check
Factory/Vèrifiez
auprès de l'usine
ceiling
300
mm
(12”)
(3 Required/Requis)
B11085-01
KXF10008-27
B11085-03
KXF10008-25
Check
Factory/Vèrifiez
auprès de
KXF10008-28
B11085-04
KXF10008-26
l’usine
KXF10009-27
B11085-03
(3 Required/Requis)
KXF10008-28
B11085-04
KXF10008-29
B11085-01
KXF10008-30
Check Factory/Vérifiez auprès de l'usine
KXF10008-31
B11085-03
(3 Required/Requis)
B11085-01
KXF10008-32
B11085-04
KXF10008-29
Check Factory/Vèrifiez auprès de
KXF10008-30
l’usine
(3 Required/Requis)
KXF10009-31
B11085-03
KXF10008-33
B11085-01
KXF10008-32
B11085-04
KXF10008-34
Check Factory/Vérifiez auprès de l'usine
KXF10008-35
B11085-03
60 cm
KXF10008-36
B11085 -04
(3 Required/Requis)
B11085-01
[24”]
Check Factory/Vèrifiez
auprès de
KXF10008-29
(3 Required/Requis)
KXF10008-30
l’usine
KXF10008-31
B11085-03
KXF10009-31
B11085-03
KXF1000-38
B11085-04
B11085-04
KXF10008-32
FIG. 1 – MOUNTING CLEARANCES
GX307
GX407
GX308
GX408
4.0
(240V
Secondary)
(C) CONTACTOR (240V Coil)
product
label.
TRANSFORMATEUR
50 VA
(C) CONTACTEUR
(Bobine 240V) (240V
50VA TRANSFORMER
(240V
(C) CONTACTOR
(SecondaireSECONDARY)
240V)
COIL)
30 cm
[12”]
CAT
NO.
(6 Required/Requis)
(3 Required/Requis)
480/3
480/3
KXF10008-31
KXF10008-31
600/3
600/3
To
facilitateKXF10008-32
mounting,
the heater
KXF1000-38
B11085-03
B11085-03
FANBLADE
ÉVENTAIL
FANBLADE
Insulation
contamination
moisture
TRANSFORMATEUR
50 VA
(C) CONTACTEURor
(BOÉVENTAIL
(1 Required/Requis)
can
cause
(SECONDAIREaccumulation
240V)
BINE
240V) fault to the
NONE/AUCUN
C11055-02
NONE/AUCUN
Check Factory/Vérifiez
auprères
de l'usinearcing
C11028-09
element
sheath(1generating
and
Required/Requis)
B11033-04
C11055-01C11055-02
NONE/AUCUN
releasing
molten
metal.
Install
proper
B11033-05
C11055-01
NONE/AUCUN
Check Factory/Vérifiez auprès
C11028-09
to prevent
B11033-04ground fault protection
de l’usine
(1
Required/Requis)
B11033-05personal injuryC11055-01
and/or
property
NONE/AUCUN
C11055-03C11055-01
C11028-09
NONE/AUCUN
Check Factory/Vérifiez auprès de l'usine
damage.
B11033-04
C11055-01
(1 Required/Requis)
B11033-05
C11055-01C11055-02
NONE/AUCUN
6.0
The
connection box volume
is 3100 cm³(190
NONE/AUCUN
Check Factory/Vérifiez
auprès in³).
C11028-09
(1 Required/Requis)
de l’usine
B11033-04
NONE/AUCUN
C11055-03C11055-01
B11033-05
7.0
Supply conductors
to the heater
NONE/AUCUN
Check Factory/Vérifiez
auprès
demust
l'usine be suitable
C11028-09 for
C11055-01
B11033-04
110°C(230°C).
The ground wireC11055-01
from
the supply shall be connected
(1 Required/Requis)
B11033-05
C11055-01
to the grounding
connection located inC11055-02
the connection box.
NONE/AUCUN
NONE/AUCUN
Check Factory/Vérifiez auprès
(1 Required/Requis)
C11028-09
de
B11033-04
C11055-01 l’usine
C11028-10
8.0B11033-04
The
connection
box
has
eight
dual
knockouts,
½"
or ¾"
B11033-05
C11055-01
B11033-05
C11055-01
and two dual knockouts ¾" or 1". TheC11055-01
standard Type 1 enclosure
(2 Required/Requis)
is suitable for dry, indoor
locations
only in non-corrosive
(1 Required/Requis)
B11033-04 B11033-04
C11055-01
C11028-10
C11055-01
C11028-10
environments.
B11033-05 B11033-05
C11055-01
C11055-01
B11085-04
hasB11085-04
four ¼"-20
mounting
holes located at(6each
top corner of the housing. Either chain
Required/Requis)
(2 Required/Requis)
(2heaters
Required/Requis)
(6 Required/Requis)
9.0B11033-04
ForB11033-04
short circuit protection,
must be installed
with
GX407
480/3
B11085-03 sliding
mounting
(use eyeKXF10008-35
bolts)
or bolting to a non-combustible
GX507
480/3
B11085-03
C11055-01
C11028-10
KXF10008-31
C11055-01
C11028-10
GX408
600/3
B11085-04
B11033-05
GX508
600/3
KXF10008-36
B11085-04
B11033-05
C11055-01
proper
fast
acting
fuses
or
breakers
as
close
as
possible
to
the
KXF1000-38
C11055-01
support (slotted holes) is adequate provided that the spacing
ratings indicated on the nameplates,
in compliance with the local
instructions
as
given
in
3.0
are
followed.
Chain
mounting
is
preferred
(6
Required/Requis)
(2
Required/Requis)
NOTE: Above
without controls. Units with built-in
contactors and/or thermostats use identitical
GX507
480/3 catalogue numbers are for basic units B11085-03
B11033-04
electrical codes.
KXF10008-35
C11055-01
C11028-10
since rigidly
GX508
600/3mounted heaters are susceptible to warping.
B11085-04
B11033-05
components.
KXF1000-36
C11055-01
NOTE: Les numéros de catalogue représentent les appareils sans contrôles. Pours les appareils comprenenant des contacteurs et/ou des
NOTE:
Above catalogue
numbers
are for
units without
controls. Units with built-in contactors and/or thermostats use identitical omponents.
thermostats
intégrés,
utilisez
lesbasic
composants
identiques.
NOTE: Les numéros de catalogue représentent les appareils sans contrôles. Pours les appareils comprenenant des contacteurs et/ou des thermostats intégrés, utilisez les
composants identiques.
CCI
CCI Thermal
Thermal Technologies
Technologies Inc.
Inc. 2721
2721Plymouth
PlymouthDrive,
Drive,Oakville,
Oakville,ON
ONL6H
L6H5R5
5R5Tel.
Tel.(905)
(905)829-4422
829-4422 Fax
Fax(905)
(905)829-4430
829-4430
www.ccithermal.com
www.ccithermal.com
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INSTALLATION,
OPERATION
ANDDIAGRAM
MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTIONS
FIG. 5 SCHEMATIC
WIRING
FOR STANDARD
GXFOR
HEATER
INSTALLATION,
OPERATION
AND
MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTIONS
FOR
SERIES
OK3
–
INFRARED
RADIANT
HEATERS
SCHÉMA DE FILAGE POUR AEROTHERME GX STANDARD
ISO 9001:2000
ISO 9001:2000
SERIES OK3 – INFRARED RADIANT HEATERS
FIG. 5A - 480 AND 600 VOLT WITH CONTROLS
FIG. 5B - 480 AND 600 VOLT WITHOUT CONTROLS
480 ETFIRE/EXPLOSION
600 VOLT AVEC CONTRÔLES
INCORPORÉS
HAZARD WARNING - During operation,
take
to ensure
that
480
ETprecautions
600 VOLT SANS
CONTRÔLES
combustible materials
are always
kept at- a During
safe distance
from the
energy.toThis
heater
is
FIRE/EXPLOSION
HAZARD
WARNING
operation,
takeradiant
precautions
ensure
that
not
intendedmaterials
for use in
hazardous
areas
flammable
vapours,
gases
or liquids
or other
combustible
are
always kept
at awhere
safe distance
from
the radiant
energy.
This heater
is
combustibles
are present.
Remember
that objects
placed under
an infrared
heater
can take
while
not
intended for
use in hazardous
areas
where flammable
vapours,
gases
or liquids
ora other
to reach stabilized
temperatures.
If you
areobjects
unsureplaced
of the under
suitability
of the heater
intended
combustibles
are present.
Remember
that
an infrared
heater for
canthe
take
a while
application,
check with
the factoryIffor
recommendations.
Failure to comply
can result
in intended
personal
to reach stabilized
temperatures.
you
are unsure of the suitability
of the heater
for the
injury
and/orcheck
property
application,
withdamage.
the factory for recommendations. Failure to comply can result in personal
injury and/or property damage.
DESCRIPTION
DESCRIPTION
INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
1.0
The OK3 radiant heaters are suitable for comfort heating
use
in
non-hazardous
areas
protected
rain,for
snow
or splashing,
1.0
The OK3 radiant
heaters
are from
suitable
comfort
heating
where
heating elementareas
temperatures
excess
750°C(1382°F)
use in non-hazardous
protectedin
from
rain, of
snow
or splashing,
will
notheating
presentelement
the risktemperatures
of fire or explosion.
The
does not
where
in excess
of heater
750°C(1382°F)
present
a safety hazard
operated
and maintained
will not present
the riskwhen
of fireit is
orinstalled,
explosion.
The heater
does not
in
accordance
these
instructions.
present
a safetywith
hazard
when
it is installed, operated and maintained
The system designer is responsible for
the system
safety designer
of this is
equipment
The
responsibleand
for
adequate
back-up
controls
and safety
the safety of this equipment
and
devices must
be installed.
Failure
to
adequate
back-up
controls and
safety
comply
in personal
injury
devices could
must result
be installed.
Failure
to
and/or
damage.
complyproperty
could result
in personal injury
in accordance with these instructions.
2.0
The OK3 heater has two U-shaped metal sheath heating
elements
factory
series or parallel
depending
on
2.0
The
OK3 interconnected
heater has twoinU-shaped
metal sheath
heating
voltage. Never
heatersinwhich
been factory
series
elements
factory change
interconnected
serieshave
or parallel
depending
on
connected
to a parallel
voltage. Never
changeconnection.
heaters which have been factory series
connected to a parallel connection.
3.0
Minimum space clearances from combustibles, when
heaters Minimum
are horizontally
and installed,
as listed in Table
1
3.0
spacemounted
clearances
from combustibles,
when
following.
heaters are horizontally mounted and installed, as listed in Table 1
following.
Table 1
Table 1
and/or property damage.
Heaters must be wired by qualified
personnel
in compliance
local
Heaters
must
be wired bywith
qualified
codes.
personnel in compliance with local
codes.
5.0
Verify that the nameplate voltage and wattage are suitable
for
use
on thethat
available
electricalvoltage
power and
supply.
Do not
5.0
Verify
the nameplate
wattage
are connect
suitable
the
heater
electricalelectrical
supply voltage
than
on the
for use
on to
theanavailable
power other
supply.
Doshown
not connect
product
label.
the heater to an electrical supply voltage other than shown on the
product label.
Min. Spacing
Insulation contamination or moisture
accumulation
can cause or
fault
to the
contamination
moisture
FIG. 5DInsulation
- 208 Vsheath
OLT
WITH
CONTROLS
element
generating
arcing
accumulation
can
cause fault
to and
the
208
V
OLT
AVEC
CONTRÔLES
INCORPORÉS
releasing
molten
metal.
Install
proper
element sheath generating arcing and
ground
protection
to prevent
releasingfault
molten
metal. Install
proper
personalfault
injury
and/ortoproperty
ground
protection
prevent
damage.
personal injury and/or property
From
nearest
wallWITHOUT
600CONTROLS
mm
(24”)
Min.
Spacing
FIG. 5C
- 208
VOLT
theVceiling
300 mm (24”)
(12”)
From
nearest
600
208
OLTwall
SANS CONTRÔLES
300 mm (12”)
30 cm30 cm
[12”] [12”]
From the ceiling
38 cm
[15”]
38 cm
[15”]
60 cm
[24”]
60 cm
[24”]
FIG. 1 – MOUNTING CLEARANCES
FIG. 1 – MOUNTING CLEARANCES
4.0
To facilitate mounting, the heater has four ¼"-20 mounting
holes
at each
top corner
of thehas
housing.
Either
chain
4.0 located
To facilitate
mounting,
the heater
four ¼"-20
mounting
mounting
(use
eye
bolts)
or
bolting
to
a
non-combustible
sliding
holes located at each top corner of the housing. Either chain
support (slotted
holes)
that the spacing
mounting
(use eye
bolts)isoradequate
bolting toprovided
a non-combustible
sliding
instructions
as given
in 3.0isare
followed. provided
Chain mounting
is preferred
support (slotted
holes)
adequate
that the
spacing
since
rigidlyas
mounted
are susceptible
to warping.
instructions
given in heaters
3.0 are followed.
Chain mounting
is preferred
since rigidly mounted heaters are susceptible to warping.
6.0
damage.
The connection box volume is 3100 cm³(190 in³).
6.0
The connection box volume is 3100 cm³(190 in³).
7.0
Supply conductors to the heater must be suitable for
110°C(230°C).
ground wire
the supply
shall
connected
7.0
SupplyThe
conductors
to from
the heater
must
bebe
suitable
for
to
the
grounding
connection
located
in
the
connection
box.
110°C(230°C). The ground wire from the supply shall be connected
to the grounding connection located in the connection box.
8.0
The connection box has eight dual knockouts, ½" or ¾"
and
dualconnection
knockouts ¾"
1". eight
The standard
Type 1 enclosure
8.0 twoThe
boxorhas
dual knockouts,
½" or ¾"
is
suitable
for
dry,
indoor
locations
only
in
non-corrosive
and two dual knockouts ¾" or 1". The standard Type
1 enclosure
environments.
is
suitable for dry, indoor locations only in non-corrosive
environments.
9.0
For short circuit protection, heaters must be installed with
proper
fast
actingcircuit
fusesprotection,
or breakers
as close
asbe
possible
towith
the
9.0
For short
heaters
must
installed
ratings
indicated
on
the
nameplates,
in
compliance
with
the
local
proper fast acting fuses or breakers as close as possible to the
electrical
codes. on the nameplates, in compliance with the local
ratings
indicated
electrical codes.
CCI
CCIThermal
ThermalTechnologies
TechnologiesInc.
Inc. 2721
2721Plymouth
PlymouthDrive,
Drive,Oakville,
Oakville,ON
ONL6H
L6H5R5
5R5Tel.
Tel.(905)
(905)829-4422
829-4422 Fax
Fax(905)
(905) 829-4430
829-4430
www.ccithermal.com
www.ccithermal.com
CCI Thermal Technologies Inc. 2721 Plymouth Drive, Oakville, ON L6H 5R5 Tel. (905) 829-4422 Fax (905) 829-4430
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INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS FOR
INSTALLATION,
AND MAINTENANCE
SERIESOPERATION
OK3 – INFRARED
RADIANTINSTRUCTIONS
HEATERS FOR
INFRARED
RADIANT HEATERS
FIG. 5E - 208 OR 240 VSERIES
OLT SINGLEOK3
PHASE–WITHOUT
CONTROLS
208 OU 240 VOLT MONOPHASÉ SANS CONTRÔLES
ISO 9001:2000
FIRE/EXPLOSION HAZARD WARNING - During operation, take precautions to ensure that
combustible materials
are always
kept at- a During
safe distance
from the
energy.toThis
heater
is
FIRE/EXPLOSION
HAZARD
WARNING
operation,
takeradiant
precautions
ensure
that
not
intendedmaterials
for use in
hazardous
areas
flammable
vapours,
gases
or liquids
or other
combustible
are
always kept
at awhere
safe distance
from
the radiant
energy.
This heater
is
combustibles
are present.
Remember
that objects
placed under
an infrared
heater
can take
while
not
intended for
use in hazardous
areas
where flammable
vapours,
gases
or liquids
ora other
to reach stabilized
temperatures.
If you
areobjects
unsureplaced
of the under
suitability
of the heater
intended
combustibles
are present.
Remember
that
an infrared
heater for
canthe
take
a while
application,
check with
the factoryIffor
recommendations.
Failure to comply
can result
in intended
personal
to reach stabilized
temperatures.
you
are unsure of the suitability
of the heater
for the
injury
and/orcheck
property
application,
withdamage.
the factory for recommendations. Failure to comply can result in personal
injury and/or property damage.
DESCRIPTION
DESCRIPTION
INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
1.0
The OK3 radiant heaters are suitable for comfort heating
use
in
non-hazardous
areas
protected
rain,for
snow
or splashing,
1.0
The OK3 radiant
heaters
are from
suitable
comfort
heating
where
heating elementareas
temperatures
excess
750°C(1382°F)
use in non-hazardous
protectedin
from
rain, of
snow
or splashing,
will
notheating
presentelement
the risktemperatures
of fire or explosion.
The
does not
where
in excess
of heater
750°C(1382°F)
present
a safety hazard
operated
and maintained
will not present
the riskwhen
of fireit is
orinstalled,
explosion.
The heater
does not
in
accordance
these
instructions.
present
a safetywith
hazard
when
it is installed, operated and maintained
The system designer is responsible for
the system
safety designer
of this is
equipment
The
responsibleand
for
adequate
back-up
controls
and safety
the safety of this equipment
and
devices must
be installed.
Failure
to
adequate
back-up
controls and
safety
comply
in personal
injury
devices could
must result
be installed.
Failure
to
and/or
damage.
complyproperty
could result
in personal injury
in accordance with these instructions.
2.0
The OK3 heater has two U-shaped metal sheath heating
elements
factory
series or parallel
depending
on
2.0
The
OK3 interconnected
heater has twoinU-shaped
metal sheath
heating
voltage. Never
heatersinwhich
been factory
series
elements
factory change
interconnected
serieshave
or parallel
depending
on
connected
to a parallel
voltage. Never
changeconnection.
heaters which have been factory series
and/or property damage.
Heaters must be wired by qualified
personnel
in compliance
local
Heaters
must
be wired bywith
qualified
codes.
personnel in compliance with local
codes.
connected to a parallel connection.
3.0
Minimum space clearances from combustibles, when
heaters
are
horizontally
mounted
installed,
as listed
in Table
1
F3.0
IG. 5FMinimum
- 208
OR
240
VOLTand
SINGLE
WITH
CONTROLS
space
clearances
from PHASE
combustibles,
when
5.0
Verify that the nameplate voltage and wattage are suitable
following.
heaters are
horizontally
and installed, as
listedCONTRÔLES
in Table 1 forINCORPORÉS
208
OU 240mounted
VOLT MONOPHASÉ
AVEC
use
on thethat
available
electricalvoltage
power and
supply.
Do not
5.0
Verify
the nameplate
wattage
are connect
suitable
following.
the
heater
electricalelectrical
supply voltage
than
on the
Table 1
for use
on to
theanavailable
power other
supply.
Doshown
not connect
product
label.
the heater to an electrical supply voltage other than shown on the
Table 1
product label.
Min. Spacing
600 mm
(24”)
Min.
Spacing
the ceiling
From nearest
wall
300 mm (24”)
(12”)
600
From the ceiling
300 mm (12”)
30 cm30 cm
[12”] [12”]
From nearest wall
38 cm
[15”]
38 cm
[15”]
60 cm
[24”]
60 cm
[24”]
FIG. 1 – MOUNTING CLEARANCES
FIG. 1 – MOUNTING CLEARANCES
4.0
To facilitate mounting, the heater has four ¼"-20 mounting
holes
at each
top corner
of thehas
housing.
Either
chain
4.0 located
To facilitate
mounting,
the heater
four ¼"-20
mounting
mounting
(use
eye
bolts)
or
bolting
to
a
non-combustible
sliding
holes located at each top corner of the housing. Either chain
support (slotted
holes)
that the spacing
mounting
(use eye
bolts)isoradequate
bolting toprovided
a non-combustible
sliding
instructions
as given
in 3.0isare
followed. provided
Chain mounting
is preferred
support (slotted
holes)
adequate
that the
spacing
since
rigidlyas
mounted
are susceptible
to warping.
instructions
given in heaters
3.0 are followed.
Chain mounting
is preferred
since rigidly mounted heaters are susceptible to warping.
Insulation contamination or moisture
accumulation
can cause or
fault
to the
Insulation
contamination
moisture
element sheathcan
generating
arcing
accumulation
cause fault
to and
the
releasing
molten
metal.
Install
proper
element sheath generating arcing and
ground
protection
to prevent
releasingfault
molten
metal. Install
proper
personalfault
injury
and/ortoproperty
ground
protection
prevent
damage.
personal injury and/or property
6.0
damage.
The connection box volume is 3100 cm³(190 in³).
6.0
The connection box volume is 3100 cm³(190 in³).
7.0
Supply conductors to the heater must be suitable for
110°C(230°C).
ground wire
the supply
shall
connected
7.0
SupplyThe
conductors
to from
the heater
must
bebe
suitable
for
to
the
grounding
connection
located
in
the
connection
box.
110°C(230°C). The ground wire from the supply shall be connected
to the grounding connection located in the connection box.
8.0
The connection box has eight dual knockouts, ½" or ¾"
and
dualconnection
knockouts ¾"
1". eight
The standard
Type 1 enclosure
8.0 twoThe
boxorhas
dual knockouts,
½" or ¾"
is
suitable
for
dry,
indoor
locations
only
in
non-corrosive
and two dual knockouts ¾" or 1". The standard Type
1 enclosure
environments.
is
suitable for dry, indoor locations only in non-corrosive
environments.
9.0
For short circuit protection, heaters must be installed with
proper
fast
actingcircuit
fusesprotection,
or breakers
as close
asbe
possible
towith
the
9.0
For short
heaters
must
installed
ratings
indicated
on
the
nameplates,
in
compliance
with
the
local
proper fast acting fuses or breakers as close as possible to the
electrical
codes. on the nameplates, in compliance with the local
ratings
indicated
electrical codes.
CCI Thermal Technologies Inc. 2721 Plymouth Drive, Oakville, ON L6H 5R5 Tel. (905) 829-4422 Fax (905) 829-4430
www.ccithermal.com
CCI Thermal Technologies Inc. 2721 Plymouth Drive,
Oakville, ON L6H 5R5 Tel. (905) 829-4422 Fax (905) 829-4430
www.ccithermal.com
CCI Thermal Technologies Inc. 2721 Plymouth Drive,
Oakville, ON L6H 5R5 Tel. (905) 829-4422 Fax (905) 829-4430
www.ccithermal.com
2721 Plymouth Drive, Oakville, Ontario, Canada L6H R5R
Phone: (905) 829-4422
Fax: (905) 829-4430
PLEASE ADHERE TO INSTRUCTIONS PUBLISHED IN THIS MANUAL.
Failure to do so may be dangerous and may void certain provisions of your warranty.
For further assistance, please call:
Oakville: 1-800-410-3131
(U.S.A. and Canada)
Please have model and serial numbers available before calling.
WARRANTY: Under normal use the Company
warrants to the purchaser that defects in material or
workmanship will be repaired or replaced
without charge for a period of 18 months from
date of shipment, or 12 months from the start date of
product was purchased for authorized repair or
replacement within the terms of this warranty.
Subject to State or Provincial law to the contrary, the
Company will not be responsible for any expense for
installation, removal from service, transportation, or
damages of any type whatsoever, including damages
arising from lack of use, business interruptions, or
incidental or consequential damages.
The Company cannot anticipate or control the
conditions of product usage and therefore
accepts no responsibility for the safe application and
suitability of its products when used alone or in
combination with other products. Tests for the safe
application and suitability of the products are the sole
responsibility of the user.
This warranty will be void if, in the judgment of the
Company, the damage, failure or defect is the result of:
• vibration, radiation, erosion, corrosion, process
contamination, abnormal process conditions,
temperature and pressures, unusual surges or
pulsation, fouling, ordinary wear and tear, lack of
maintenance, incorrectly applied utilities such as
voltage, air, gas, water, and others or any
combination of the aforementioned causes not
•
any act or omission by the Purchaser, its agents,
servants or independent contractors which for
greater certainty, but not so as to limit the generality
of the foregoing, includes physical, chemical or
mechanical
abuse,
accident,
improper
installation of the product, improper storage and
handling of the product, improper application or the
misalignment of parts.
Edmonton
1-800-661-8529
(780) 466-3178
F 780-468-5904
Oakville
1-800-410-3131
(905) 829-4422
F 905-829-4430
Orillia
1-877-325-3473
(705) 325-3473
F 705-325-2106
manufacturing defects apparent within 30 days from
the date of installation.
The
Company
neither
assumes
nor
authorizes any person to assume for it any other
obligation or liability in connection with the product(s).
The Purchaser agrees that all warranty work required
after the initial commissioning of the product will be
provided only if the Company has been paid by the
Purchaser in full accordance with the terms and
conditions of the contract.
The Purchaser agrees that the Company makes
no warranty or guarantee, express, implied or
statutory, (INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR WARRANTY OF FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE) written or oral, of
the Article or incidental labour, except as is expressed
or contained in the agreement herein.
LIABILITY: Technical data contained in the catalog or
on the website is subject to change without notice. The
Company reserves the right to make dimensional and
other design changes as required. The Purchaser
acknowledges the Company shall not be obligated
to modify those articles manufactured before the
formulation of the changes in design or improvements
of the products by the Company.
The Company shall not be liable to compensate or
indemnify the Purchaser, end user or any other party
against any actions, claims, liabilities, injury, loss, loss
of use, loss of business, damages, indirect or consees (including legal expenses), costs, obligations and
causes of action of any kind arising wholly or partly
from negligence or omission of the user or the misuse, incorrect application, unsafe application, incorrect storage and handling, incorrect installation, lack
of maintenance, improper maintenance or improper
operation of products furnished by the Company.
Greensburg
1-800-473-2402
(812) 663-4141
F 812-663-4202
Houston
1-855-219-2101
(281) 506-2310
F 281-506-2316
Denver
1-855-244-3128
(303) 979-7339
F 303-979-7350
MC
Chauffage électrique sur demande
2721 Plymouth Drive, Oakville, Ontario, Canada L6H R5R
Téléphone: 1 905 829-4422
Télécopie: 1 905 829-4430
VEUILLEZ VOUS CONFORMER AUX INSTRUCTIONS CONTENUES DANS CE MANUEL.
Tout manquement à ces dernières pourrait s’avérer dangereux et invalider certaines
dispositions de votre garantie. Pour obtenir une aide supplémentaire, veuillez appeler
Oakville: 1 800 410-3131
(États-Unis et Canada)
Merci de préparer vos numéros de modèle et de série avant d’appeler.
GARANTIE : Dans des conditions normales d’utilisation, la Société
garantit à l’acheteur que les produits ayant des défauts
matériels ou de fabrication seront réparés ou remplacés
sans frais pour une période de 18 mois à compter de la date
d’expédition ou de 12 mois à partir de la date de début de
fonctionnement, selon la date qui arrive à expiration la
première. Toute réclamation dans le cadre de la garantie doit
être adressée à l’agence com merciale dans laquelle le
produit a été acheté afin d’obtenir une réparation ou un
remplacement selon les termes de cette garantie.
Nonobstant toute loi fédérale ou provinciale au contraire, la
Société ne pourra être tenue pour responsable des frais
encourus pour l’installation, le retrait du service, le transport
ou les dommages de quelque nature que ce soit, y compris
les dommages résultant d’un manque d’utilisation,
d’interruptions d’activité ou de dommages directs ou
indirects.
La Société ne peut anticiper ou contrôler les conditions
d’utilisation du produit et, par conséquent, décline toute
responsabilité quant à l’application et l’adaptation en toute
sécurité de ses produits lors de leur utilisation seuls ou en
combinaison avec d’autres produits. Il est de la seule
responsabilité de l’utilisateur d’effectuer des tests pour
vérifier l’application et l’adaptation en toute sécurité des
produits.
Cette garantie sera nulle si, à l’appréciation de la Société, le
dommage, la panne ou le défaut a été causé par :
•
des vibrations, des radiations, de l’érosion, de la
corrosion, une contamination du processus, des
conditions opératoires anormales, la température et la
pression, une poussée ou une pulsation anormale,
l’encrassement, une usure normale, un manque
d’entretien, des services appliqués de manière
inappropriée tels que le voltage, l’air, le gaz, l’eau et
autres,
ou
toute
combinaison
des
causes
susmentionnées non autorisées par les conditions de
régime; ou
•
tout acte ou omission de la part de l’Acheteur , ses
agents, employés ou entrepreneur indépendant,
comprenant, pour une plus grande précision, mais pas
au point de limiter la généralité de ce qui précède, une
mauvaise utilisation physique, chimique ou mécanique,
un accident, une mauvaise installation d u produit, de
mauvaises conditions de stockage ou de manipulation
du produit, une application inappropriée ou un défaut
d’alignement des pièces.
Edmonton
Siège social
1 800 661-8529
780 466-3178
Téléc.: 780 468-5904
Oakville
1 800 410-3131
905 829-4422
Téléc.: 905 829-4430
Orillia
1 877 325-3473
705 325-3473
Téléc.: 705 325-2106
Aucune garantie ne s’applique à la finition de peinture, excepté
dans le cas de défauts de fabrication apparen ts dans les
30 jours à compter de la date d’installation.
La Société n’assume ni n’autorise aucune personne à
assumer en son nom toute autre obligation ou responsabilité
en rapport avec le/les produit(s).
L’Acheteur accepte que tout travail relatif à la garantie, exigé
après la mise en service initiale du produit soit fourni
uniquement si la Société a été payée par l’Acheteur en
pleine conformité avec les conditions générales du contrat.
L’Acheteur accepte que la Société ne fournisse aucune
garantie, expresse, implicite ou légale (Y COMPRIS TOUTE
GARANTIE DE QUALITÉ MARCHANDE OU DE
CONVENANCE À DES FINS PARTICULIÈRES), écrite ou
orale, du produit ou de la main -d’œuvre indirecte, à
l’exception des dispositions exprimées ou contenues dans le
présent accord.
RESPONSABILITÉ : Les données techniques contenues
dans le catalogue ou sur le site Web sont sujettes à
modification sans préavis. La Société se réserve le droit
d’apporter des modifications par rapport aux dimensions ou
à la conception si nécessaire. L’A cheteur reconnaît que la
Société ne sera pas dans l’obligation de modifier ces articles
manufacturés avant la formulation des modifications de
conception ou des améliorations apportées aux produits par
la Société.
La Société ne sera pas tenue de dédommage r ou
d’indemniser l’Acheteur, l’utilisateur final ou toute autre partie
pour les actions, les réclamations, les responsabilités, les
préjudices, les sinistres, la perte d’usage, la perte d’activité,
les dommages, les dommages indirects ou consécutifs, les
demandes, les sanctions, les amendes, les dépenses (y
compris les dépenses légales), les pertes, les obligations et
les conséquences d’une action de quelque nature que ce
soit découlant entièrement ou en partie de la négligence ou
de l’omission de l’utilisateur ou de la mauvaise utilisation, de
la mauvaise application, de l’utilisation dangereuse, de
mauvaises conditions de stockage ou de manipulation, de la
mauvaise installation, du manque d’entretien, du mauvais
entretien ou de la mauvaise opération des p roduits fournis
par la Société.
Greensburg
1 800 473-2402
812 663-4141
Téléc.: 812 663-4202
Houston
Denver
1-855-219-2101
(303) 979-7339
281 506-2310
Téléc.: 303-979-7350
Téléc.: 281-506-2316

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