Clarke DEVIL 7005 Maintenance Instruction

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This product is only suitable for well insulated spaces or occasional use.

30KW ELECTRIC FAN HEATER

MODEL NO: DEVIL 7030

PART NO: 6935458

OPERATION & MAINTENANCE

INSTRUCTIONS

ORIGINAL INSTRUCTIONS LS0618 - ISS 5

INTRODUCTION

Thank you for purchasing this CLARKE product.

Before attempting to use this product, please read this manual thoroughly and follow the instructions carefully.

This product is only suitable for well insulated spaces or occasional use.

GUARANTEE

This product is guaranteed against faulty manufacture for a period of 12 months from the date of purchase. Please keep your receipt which will be required as proof of purchase.

This guarantee is invalid if the product is found to have been abused or tampered with in any way, or not used for the purpose for which it was intended.

Faulty goods should be returned to their place of purchase, no product can be returned to us without prior permission.

This guarantee does not effect your statutory rights.

LIST OF CONTENTS

1 x Heater

1 x R/H & 1 x L/H Support Frames

1 x Upper Handle

1 x Axle c/w Circlips (2)

2 x Wheel

1 x Fixings Pack

ENVIRONMENTAL RECYCLING POLICY

Through purchase of this product, the customer is taking on the obligation to deal with the WEEE in accordance with the WEEE regulations in relation to the treatment, recycling & recovery and environmentally sound disposal of the WEEE.

In effect, this means that this product must not be disposed of with general household waste. It must be disposed of according to the laws governing

Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) at a recognised disposal facility.

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THE FOLLOWING TABLE ADDRESSES THE INFORMATION

REQUIREMENTS OF REG.2015/1188

Item

Heat output

Measured seasonal space heating energy efficiency

Nominal heat output

Symbol

Minimum heat output (indicative)

Maximum continuous heat output

P nom

P min

P max

Auxiliary electricity consumption

At nominal heat output

At minimum heat output

In standby mode el max el min el

SB

Type of heat input for electric storage local heaters only

Manual heat charge control with integrated thermostat

Manual heat charge control with room and/or outdoor temperature feedback

Electronic heat charge control with room and/or outdoor temperature feedback

Fan assisted output

Value

30

15

30 n/a n/a n/a

Type of heat output/room temperature control (select one)

Single stage heat output, no temperature control

Two or more manual stages, no temperature control

With mechanical thermostat temp control

With electronic temperature control

Electronic temperature control with day timer

Electronic temperature control with week timer

Other control options (multiple selections possible)

Room temperature control with presence detection

Room temperature control with open window detection

Room temperature control with distance control option

Room temperature control with adaptive start control

Room temperature control with working time limitation

Room temperature control with black bulb sensor

Unit n/a n/a n/a n/a

No

No

Yes

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

36% kW kW kW kW kW kW

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SAFETY SYMBOLS

The following symbols appear on the unitt.

Hot

Surface,

Do Not

Touch

Do Not

Cover

High

Voltage

SAFETY RULES

Make sure that you read, understand and comply with the following.

ELECTRICAL SAFETY

WARNING: THIS HEATER MUST BE FITTED WITH A SUITABLE CABLE AND

PLUG (NOT SUPPLIED). THESE MUST BE FITTED AND THE HEATER MUST BE

CONNECTED TO A 3-PHASE SUPPLY BY A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN (SEE

PAGE 6).

WARNING: THIS HEATER MUST BE EARTHED

• Regularly inspect the power cable / plugs and all electrical connections for signs of damage/looseness. Do not use the heater it the power cable is damaged.

• Minimise the risk of electric shock by installing a RCCB (Residual Current

Circuit Breaker) and a suitable 3-phase isolator into the main distribution board.

• Make sure that the voltage on the rating plate is the same as the voltage of the power supply. If in doubt, consult a qualified electrician.

• Do not abuse the electrical cable. Never use the cable for pulling or unplugging the heater.

• Keep the cable away from sources of heat, oil, sharp edges or moving parts. Damaged or tangled cables increase the risk of electric shock.

• Do not use extension cables with this heater.

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MAINTENANCE

.

WARNING: DISCONNECT THE HEATER FROM THE POWER SUPPLY, BEFORE

SERVICING OR PERFORMING ANY MAINTENANCE. SERVICING OR

MAINTENANCE MUST ONLY BE CARRIED OUT BY THE CLARKE SERVICE

DEPARTMENT.

• Check that the heater is in good working order. Take immediate action to repair or replace damaged parts.

• Do not allow the heating elements to become covered with dust which could become a fire hazard. If used in a dusty workplace it should be cleaned as described under Cleaning and Maintenance.

• Use recommended parts only. Unapproved parts may be dangerous and will invalidate the warranty.

• DO NOT attempt to repair a damaged heater, contact the Clarke service department.

POSITIONING

WARNING: DO NOT USE THE HEATER NEAR FLAMMABLE MATERIAL,

LIQUIDS, SOLIDS, GASES OR COMPRESSED GAS CYLINDERS ETC.

• Heater is designed for indoor use only.DO NOT place the heater close to a bath, wash basin, shower, swimming pool or any other water-filled area or wet surface. DO NOT place the heater up against any surface such as a wall, door or furniture etc.

• DO NOT place the heater immediately below any electrical outlet.

• NEVER place the heater near combustible materials such as curtains, furniture etc. Allow at least 2 metre clearance.

• DO NOT place the heater on a raised surface or anywhere where it could topple over

• Take care to ensure that the grille cannot be blocked by curtains or other fabrics.

• Do not operate fan heaters in explosive atmospheres such as in the presence of flammable liquids, gases or dust such as in a paint spray booth or any explosive environment. Electric motors create sparks which may ignite dust or fumes.

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COMMON SENSE

• DO NOT operate the heater when you are tired or under the influence of alcohol, drugs or intoxicating medication.

• DO NOT stand on the heater.

• DO NOT use the heater with wet hands or when there is water on the power cable.

• Turn the heater off when not in use and keep it in a safe, dry, childproof location.

• The heater is designed to heat enclosed areas larger than 4m 3 , such as workshops and other industrial areas. Do not use the heater for any other function. It is not suitable for drying clothes or laundry.

• Young children must be kept away unless continuously supervised.

OPERATION

• The heater must only be used by people who have read these instructions and have been trained in its use.

• DO NOT obstruct the air inlet and outlet sections of the heater.

• DO NOT cover the heater.

• DO NOT touch the heater casing or grille when first switched off, as these will be very hot and will take time to cool.

• DO NOT get the heater wet or use in areas of high condensation.

• DO NOT allow the power lead to touch hot surfaces.

• DO NOT connect other appliances to the same mains socket as the heater.

• Only use the heater in an level position.

• Do not use this heater with a programmable timer used to switch it on automatically.

SERVICE & REPAIRS

• Have your appliance repaired by a qualified person using identical replacement parts. This will ensure that the safety of the appliance is maintained.

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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS

WARNING: THE INSTALLATION OF THIS APPLIANCE SHOULD BE CARRIED

OUT BY A COMPETENT ELECTRICIAN AND BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE

CURRENT IEE WIRING REGULATIONS (BS7671-2:2008).

This machine MUST be connected to a 400 Volt, 3 phase 50Hz supply through a suitably rated isolator switch. It cannot be operated from a single phase supply.

The user should purchase a suitable connecting cable capable of handling 63

Amps (recommended Cross Sectional Area 10mm 2 ) and supply plug rated at

63A (or better) which complies with BSEN 60309. A length of 2-3 metres is recommended giving mobility to the appliance but without becoming a trip hazard

If in any doubt, consult a qualified electrician. DO NOT attempt any electrical work yourself.

SAFETY SYSTEMS

THERMOSTATIC PROTECTION

The Devil 7030 has a thermal cut out to prevent the unit from overheating.

If the temperature of the front grille gets too high the thermal cutout will turn off the heating elements. When the fan has cooled the unit sufficiently, normal operation will resume.

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ASSEMBLY

1. Fit the right leg frame to the main body as shown.

NOTE: The bolt needs to be inserted before the handwheel.

NOTE: The bolt goes through the larger of the 2 holes in the spacer.

2. Fit the axle and left hand support frame.

NOTE: The circlip shown must be on the inside of the legs.

3. Fit the wheels as shown.

NOTE: The cap fits over the flat washer.

4. Use the nuts and bolts supplied, to secure the handle to the leg frames as shown.

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OPERATION

WARNING: DO NOT USE THIS HEATER IN SMALL ROOMS WHEN THEY ARE

OCCUPIED BY PERSONS NOT CAPABLE OF LEAVING THE ROOM ON THEIR

OWN, UNLESS CONSTANT SUPERVISION IS PROVIDED.

CAUTION: SOME PARTS OF THIS PRODUCT CAN BECOME VERY HOT AND

CAUSE BURNS. PARTICULAR ATTENTION HAS TO BE GIVEN WHERE

CHILDREN AND VULNERABLE PEOPLE ARE PRESENT.

1. Put the heater in a level position on a flat surface and at a safe distance from flammable materials. Keep a minimum of 2m clearance all round.

2. Connect the heater to a suitable power supply.

3. Set the thermostat control to the maximum setting (fully clockwise).

4. Set the mode selector to one of the 3 settings:

Off

Fan Only

Fan + Heat Setting 1

Fan + Heat Setting 2

• The heater will take up to three minutes to reach optimum temperature.

5. Once the room reaches the required temperature, turn the thermostat control slowly counter-clockwise until the thermostat clicks, leave the control in this position.

• The room temperature will be maintained at this setting. The heater will continue to operate until the power switch is turned to the OFF position.

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6. For fan only operation, turn the power switch to the fan only setting and set the thermostat to its minimum setting.

7. Turn the heater off by turning the power switch to “0”,

• Do not remove the plug from the mains supply. The fan will continue to run for several minutes to lower the temperature of the case and elements. Once the fan stops you can safely remove the plug from the power supply.

8. When not in use, disconnect the heater from the mains supply. Store it in a safe, dry, childproof location.

MAINTENANCE

WARNING: ALWAYS DISCONNECT FROM THE POWER SUPPLY AND ALLOW

THE HEATER IT TO COOL DOWN BEFORE PERFORMING ANY

MAINTENANCE TASKS.

• Clean the heater with a soft damp cloth, Do not use solvents or abrasives.

• Make sure that the heater grill is not blocked.

• No other maintenance is required, should you discover any problem with the heater, return it to the Clarke service department for repair.

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SPECIFICATIONS

Operating Voltage, Current and Frequency:

(V / A / Hz / Phs)

Operating Temperature: (Min/Max) (°C)

Heat Output: (kW)

Air Output: (m 3 /h)

Safety Device

Duty Cycle Classification

Electrical Insulation Class

Product: Depth x Width x Height

Product Weight

400 V / 43A / 50Hz / 3 Phase

0-40°C

30 kW

1440m 3 /h

Thermal cut-out

Continuous duty

I

640 x 610 x 1012 mm

30.45 kg

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TROUBLE SHOOTING

Problem

Heater does not operate, although plugged in with the switch and thermostat switched on.

Heating element glowing hot.

Possible Cause

Plug is loose/bad connection.

Fuse blown or circuit breaker trips.

No power at socket outlet.

Remedy

Pull the plug out & check all connections

(cable/plug and socket).

Replace if necessary and investigate cause. If fuse blows repeatedly, consult your Clarke dealer.

Insert the plug in a suitable socket.

Input voltage too high or too low.

Air inlet grille is blocked.

Use a power supply in accordance with the rating on the label.

Ensure the heater is kept away from any objects which could cover the air inlet or be drawn into it.

The unit has failed to heat up so only the air fan has operated.

Abnormal noise.

Control switch not set at a "HEATING" level.

Thermostat has tripped.

Turn switch to a heating level.

Turn the thermostat and listen. If there is no

CLICK and the thermostat is not damaged, the heater will automatically switch ON when it has cooled down.

Heater is not level. Stand heater on a level surface.

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PARTS DIAGRAM

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PARTS LIST

15

16

17

18

19

11

12

13

14

7

8

9

10

3

4

5

6

1

2

20

21

22

23

24

25

Front Rings

Front Grille

Heat Shield

Switch Knob

Securing Rings

Speed Controller

Location Part For Switch

Temperature Controller

Fasten Spring

Thermostat Knob

Control Box L

Control Box Cover

Control Box R

Cable Inlet Gland

Sealing Tape

Overheat Thermostate

After Cooling Thermostate

Chassis Panel

Motor Capacitor.

Insulate Board Of Contactor

Ac Contactor

Wire Terminal

Grommet

Insulate Board

Heat Shield

Part number = (CXDEV7030 + the number of the part)

40

41

42

43

44

36

37

38

39

32

33

34

35

26

27

28

29

30

31

45

46

47

48

49

50

House Casing

Fan

Motor

Rear Grille

Rear Rings

Heating Elements

Heater Bracket Upper

Heater Bracket Bottom

Wheel

Wheel Cover

Securing Plate

Axle

Base Pad

Rear Frame

Adjustable Screw

Spacer

Securing Plate L

Securing Plate

Rivet Nut

Securing Plate R

Front Frame

Fixing Bolt

Location Plate

Insulate Sleeve

Upper Frame

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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY

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