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Untitled - Spirotech
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User Manual
PREFACE
TABLE OF CONTENT
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Preface
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Introduction
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Technical specifications
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Safety
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Installation and commissioning
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Use
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Failures
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Maintenance
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Guarantee
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10 CE statement
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All rights reserved. No part of this manual may be
duplicated and/or made public through the Internet, by
means of printing, photocopying, microfilm or in any
other way without prior written permission from
Spirotech bv.
This manual has been composed with the utmost care.
Should, however, this manual contain any inaccuracies,
Spirotech bv cannot be held responsible for this.
This user manual deals with the installation,
commissioning and operation of the SpiroVent Superior
types S4A and S4A-R.
Always carefully read the instructions before installation,
commissioning and operation. Keep the instructions for
future reference.
1.1
Symbols
Throughout the instructions the following symbols are
used:
Warning or important note
Advice
Risk of electric shock
Risk of burning
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INTRODUCTION
2.1
Overview of the unit
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Superior S4A-R
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Deaeration vessel
Automatic air vent
SmartSwitch
Outlet line
Solenoid valve
Inlet line
Screws
Valve behind pressure gauge
Pressure gauge
Pressure switch
Float switch (type S4A-R)
Drain connection
Pump
Pressure sensor (type S4A-R)
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Control unit
Filter
Cover
Aeration nipple
Refill connection (type S4A-R)
Float valve (type S4A-R)
Overflow (type S4A-R)
Refill reservoir (type S4A-R)
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Operation
The figure below schematically shows the operation of
the unit. The letter indications comply with the main
figure on the previous page.
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2.2.1
General
The Superior is a fully automatic vacuum degasser for
installations filled with fluid. The fluid contains dissolved
and undissolved gases. The function of the unit is to
remove these gases from the installation until the
concentration of undissolved gases has reached an
absolute minimum. Problems caused by gases in the
installation are thus eliminated.
2
Type S4A-R has an integrated refill automat. The refill
automat maintains continuous pressure in the
installation. For this the unit adds degassed fluid, if
necessary.
2.2.2
Degassing
The unit starts up daily with the degassing process at a
time indicated by the user. The process knows two
phases:
1
The rinsing phase: The fluid flows from the
installation through the solenoid valve (E) into the
vessel (A). The pump (M) continuously pumps the
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(degassed) fluid from the vessel into the
installation. Here the degassed fluid absorbs gases
again.
The vacuum phase: The solenoid valve (E) regularly
closes, starting the vacuum phase. The continuously
running pump (M) provides underpressure in the
vessel (A). The underpressure causes the release of
the gases dissolved in the fluid, which are collected
at the top of the vessel. The solenoid valve (E)
opens again, starting a new rinsing phase. The
gases collected in the vessel are removed from the
installation through the automatic air vent (B). The
SmartSwitch (C) ensures that degassing is stopped
as soon as the amount of dissolved gases has
reached the minimum level.
2.2.3
(Re)fill
Type S4A-R continuously checks the system pressure. The
refill process starts and stops automatically at the set
values. Filling of the system can also be started by an
external signal overruling the internal control of refilling.
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2.3
Operating conditions
The unit is suitable for use in systems filled with clean
water or mixtures of water with a maximum of 50%
glycol. Use in combination with other fluids may result in
irreparable damage.
The unit should be used within the limits of the technical
specifications as given in chapter 3.
WARNING
In case of doubt, always contact the
supplier.
In case of a contaminated system fluid, a
dirt separator is to be installed in the
main return line of the installation.
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2.4
Scope of delivery
1x SpiroVent Superior
1x User manual
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
3.1
Dimensions
490
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340
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Height [mm]
Width [mm]
Depth [mm]
490
340
340
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General specifications
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S4A
S4A-R
Max. system volume
25
m3
25 m3
Empty weight
15 kg
16 kg
Volume of degassing vessel
2l
2l
Inlet connection
Swivel G½” Bi
Swivel G½” Bi
Outlet connection
Swivel G½” Bi
Swivel G½” Bi
Noise level
52 dB(A)
52 dB(A)
Refill connection
n/a
Swivel G¾” Inside
Overflow connection
n/a
G1” Bu
S4A
S4A-R
230 V ± 10% / 50 Hz
230 V ± 10% / 50 Hz
Absorbed power
100 W
100 W
Nominal power consumption
0.5 A
0.5 A
Protection
3.15 A(T)
3.15 A(T)
Protection class
IP X4D
IP X4D
Max. load of potential-free contact (unit
24 V / 1 A
24 V / 1 A
External refill signal (supplied voltage)
n/a
5 Vdc
S4A
S4A-R
1 - 4.5 bar
1 - 4.5 bar
Ambient temperature
0 - 40 °C
0 - 40 °C
Maximum pressure
10 bar
10 bar
Refill flow
n/a
50 l/hr
System fluid temperature
0 - 90 °C.
0 - 90 °C
Refill pressure
n/a
min. 0.5 bar
Refill fluid temperature
n/a
0 -30 °C
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Supply
voltage1)
failure)
1) 60 Hz on request
3.4
Other specifications
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System
pressure1)
(with closed valve behind pressure gauge)
1) 1.5 - 4.5 bar at 60 Hz
3.5
Building Management System
(BMS)
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The unit has been provided with one auxiliary contact for
communication with a BMS.
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S4A
S4A-R
Unit failure
Potential-free
Potential-free
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3.6
External refill control
If an external device controls the refill, feed in a cable and
connect this to connector J8. The control will sense an
external (potential free) contact as signal to start filling
untill the contact is released again. This can also be
regulated indirectly with BMS.
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SAFETY
WARNING
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INSTALLATION AND
COMMISSIONING
5.1
Installation conditions
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5.2
4.2
Install the unit on a frost-free, well-ventilated place.
Electrically connect the unit to a 230 V / 50 -60 Hz
socket.
Make sure the expansion system has the proper
dimensions. The water displacement in the unit can
cause pressure variations in the installation.
Unpack
WARNING
Do not hoist this equipment after the
packaging has been removed. The use of
hoisting belts, chains and hooks may cause
irreparable damage.
CE marking
The unit has a CE marking. This means that the unit has
been designed, constructed and tested in compliance
with the current safety and health regulations.
Provided that the user manual is adhered to, the unit can
be safely used and maintained.
System temperature
Serial number
Year of construction
Weight
The type plate has been applied on the inside of the unit.
Remove the cover to read the data on the type plate.
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Installation and maintenance of the unit
should only be carried out by qualified
personnel.
Remove the voltage and pressure from
the unit before starting the activities.
WARNING
There are hot parts below the cover. Let the
unit cool down before starting the activities.
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The unit is supplied in a box.
1.
Remove the packaging.
A
B
Type plate
A
B
C
D
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SPIROVENT SUPERIOR
Article-No.:
Type:
Power input:
Voltage / Frequency:
IP class:
Pressure PS:
Temperature TS:
F
Serial no.:
Year of manufacture:
G
Weight:
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3.
4.
Article number
Type of the unit
Absorbed power
Supply voltage
Protection class
System pressure
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Loosen the screws (A).
Remove the cover (B) from the unit.
Move the unit to the place where it is to be
installed.
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Installation and mounting
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CAUTION
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Install the unit in accordance with the
local guidelines and rules.
Install the unit as bypass on the main
transport line of the installation.
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5.3.2
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Installation
Mechanical
NOTE
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Wall mounting: Mount the unit to a flat, closed
wall using the holes (A). Make sure that the
mounting can carry the filled unit (empty weight
+2 kg).
Floor mounting: Place the unit on a flat surface,
against a flat, closed wall.
> 500mm
Preferably install the unit at the point in
the installation with the lowest
temperature. Here the most dissolved
gases are found in the fluid.
Make sure when installing that the
operating panel is always easily
accessible.
A
B
Make sure that the you maintain a
minimal distance for service and
repair as indicated in the drawing
below.
A
B
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1.
10cm
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5.3.1
2.
10cm
Make two branch lines ½” (A) on the side of the
main transport line. The distance between them
should be at least 500 mm.
Insert a valve (B) in each branch. With this the unit
can be depressurised.
The area at the right of the unit at
the location of the "hole"S4" must be
kept free and uncovered at all times
for means of ventilation.
CAUTION
Make sure that the valves are opened before
putting the unit into operation.
Mounting
A Ø8
G
B
A
E
C
F
D
NOTE
As seen from the direction of the volume flow,
the first branch is the inlet into the unit.
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4.
Connect the line (B) to the flexible outlet line (C).
Connect the line (A) to the flexible inlet line (D).
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For type S4A-R:
1.
Insert a cut-off valve (E) in the supply line of the
refill fluid.
2.
Connect the supply line to the refill connection (F)
of the unit.
3.
Connect the overflow (G) to a drainpipe connected
to the sewage system.
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7 mm
L
N
PE
T >70°C
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CAUTION
Make sure that the lines leave the unit at the
rear.
Electrical
2.
CAUTION
Insert the wires as indicated in the connector.
Preferably use a wall socket for the
power supply to the unit. This should
always be accessible.
Mount an all-pole main switch (contact
opening >= 3mm) if the unit is directly
connected to the power supply.
Use supply cables with the correct
dimensions.
Always replace a defect fuse by a fuse of
the same value. See § 3.3.
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A
3.
Insert the connector.
J8
J9
1.
J10
L N PE
Feed a 3-core supply cable through swivel (A) and
connect this to connector J10.
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connector
contact
connection
J9
1 and 2
Failure
J8
1 and 2
External refill
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If a BMS is used, connect a BMS cable to connector
J8 and/or J9.
Follow the procedures given below for entering the
required parameters.
5.4
Commissioning
CAUTION
5.4.1
Preparation
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E
C
The start-up routine starts automatically
when the unit is switched on for the first
time.
Press EXIT to go back one step in the
menu while programming.
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D
Set date en time
1.
Press ON/OFF.
2.
Select a language using S and T. Press ENTER.
3.
Set the date using S and T. Press ENTER.
4.
Set the day using S and T. Press ENTER.
5.
Set the time using S and T. Press ENTER.
A
1.
2.
3.
B
Open valve (A) behind the pressure gauge (B)
Open the valves (C and D) in the inlet and outlet
lines.
Open the valve (E) in the refill line.
5.4.2
Filling the unit
1.
Press ENTER. The unit starts filling.
2.
Wait for 50 seconds until Initial filling in
process disappears.
3.
Press EXIT two times.
NOTE
The green LED "OK" indicates that the unit is
ready for use. The degassing starts by default
daily at 08:00 hours.
Start up
Check function
A
D
B
A
C
A
B
C
D
E
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On/off
Display
Status report in operation / OK
Up
Confirm / Enter
Menu
Down
Cancel / Exit
Status report failure
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2.
3.
4.
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B
Manually start the unit, see § 5.4.2.
Check the indication of the pressure gauge (B). This
should alternately display overpressure and
underpressure.
Close the valve (A) behind the pressure gauge.
Place cover (C) back onto the unit. Slide the bottom
of the cover in the recess (E).
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5.
Fasten the cover with the screws (D).
Parameter
Refill alarm after
NOTE
The SmartSwitch will automatically turn off
the unit when the concentration of dissolved
gases has reached the minimum level.
Description
*)
Max. refill freq.*)
5.5
Install and operate
*) Applies to type S4A-R
5.5.1
Install
5.5.2
Set the user parameters
1.
Press MENU. Select Settings using S and T.
Press ENTER.
2.
Select the parameter to be changed using S and
T. Press ENTER.
3.
Change the setting using S and T. Press ENTER.
4.
Repeat steps 2 and 3, if necessary.
5.
Repeatedly press EXIT to return to the status report.
Description
Language
Language for the display texts.
Date
The current date.
Weekday
The current weekday.
Time
The current time.
Auto start
Time for starting the degassing
process.
Block.time, day
Time for stopping the degassing
process.
Block.time week
Days of the week on which the unit
is not working.
After having changed this
parameter, select Store using S or
T. Press ENTER.
Period per year during which the
unit is not working.
Block.time year 2
-3
See Block.time year 1.
Max. Psystem *)
Pressure at which the unit stops.
Psystem
desired*)
Refill on at*)
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Pressure at which the refilling
stops. Set this as low as possible if
the refilling is controlled by the
BMS or external devices (J8).
Pressure at which the refilling
starts. Set this point as low as
possible when the refilling is
controlled by BMS or external
devices.
Manual operation
1.
2.
Press MENU. Select User menu > Manual
operation using S and T. Press ENTER.
Select Manual operation start or Manual
operation stop using S and T. Press ENTER.
5.5.3
Switch on again
Follow the procedure described below after the unit has
been switched off.
1.
Press ON/OFF.
2.
Press ENTER two times. The unit starts filling.
3.
Wait for 50 seconds until Initial filling in
process disappears.
4.
Press EXIT two times.
Selected days are marked with an *.
Block.time year 1
Maximum number of times per day
that refilling is allowed
(0 - 10 times; 0 = switched off).
NOTE
If manually switched off, the process must be
manually switched on again.
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Parameter
Continuous refilling time (0 - 255
min.; 0 = switched off).
NOTE
The green LED "OK" indicates that the unit is
ready for use.
5.5.4
Reading the memory
During operation the following data are stored in the
memory:
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Accumulative running hours
•
Degassing history
•
Fault history
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Refill history (only on type S4A-R).
The memory can be read in the following way:
1.
Press MENU. Select User menu > History using S
and T. Press ENTER.
2.
Select Fault history or Action history using
S and T. Press ENTER.
3.
Select an item using S and T. Press ENTER.
4.
Repeatedly press EXIT to return to the status report.
5.5.5
Reading data
The following general data have been stored in the
memory of the unit:
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Unit type
•
Software version
•
Installation date.
The general data can be read in the following way:
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2.
3.
Press MENU. Select User menu > General data
using S and T. Press ENTER.
Select an item using S and T. Press ENTER.
Repeatedly press EXIT to return to the status report.
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USE
6.1
General
6.2
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The display lighting automatically dims after no key
has been pressed for 5 minutes. Press a key to
activate the lighting.
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While stopping the process a stop procedure is
started, making sure that the unit stops in a safe
situation (overpressure).
When the pump has not run for 96 hours, an
automatic pump test is run at the first next Auto
start.
Press ON/OFF to switch off the unit. Press ON/OFF
again to switch on the unit again.
At low fluid temperatures condensation may occur
at certain parts. The condensation is drained
through the openings in the frame.
For type S4A-R:
The refill flow is about 50 litres per hour.
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Report
Description
LED indication
Auto pump test
The unit runs a pump test.
Green
End of degassing
The stop procedure is in process.
Green
Degassing
The degassing process is in process.
Green
Process stopped
The unit has been stopped manually.
None
Standby
The unit is waiting for a starting signal.
Green
Failure
The unit has stopped because of a failure. Remedy the failure
before resetting the unit, see § 7.4.
Red
Refill (only on S4A-R)
The unit is refilling fluid.
Green
End of refilling
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FAILURES
7.1
Remedy failures
7.2
C
WARNING
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Putting out of operation
B
A
F
In case of failure always warn the
installer.
Remove the voltage and pressure from
the unit before starting the activities see
§ 7.2.
Pressing ON/OFF does not remove the
voltage from the unit.
D
E
WARNING
There are hot parts below the cover. Let the
unit cool down before starting the activities.
1.
NOTE
In case of a failure the red LED is lit. The
failure report appears in the display.
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Localise the failure using the failure table,
see § 7.3.
If necessary, put the unit out of operation,
see § 7.2.
Remedy the failure.
Reset the unit, see § 7.4 or put the unit into
operation again, see § 5.5.3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Take the plug out of the wall socket and switch off
the main switch. Make sure that switching on the
voltage unintentionally is not possible.
Close the valves (B) in the inlet pipe and (A) in the
outlet pipe.
Close, if applicable, the valve (C) in the refill supply
line as well.
Connect a drain line (E) to the drain connection (D).
Open the drain connection (D).
Open the aeration nipple (F)
Drain the unit through the drain connection (D).
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3.
7.3
Failure table
The letter indications comply with the main figure in §
2.1. An overview of the replacement parts has been
included in § 8.2.
General
Problem
Possible cause
Correction
Err 5 Inlet flow
The solenoid valve (E) in the inlet line
does not open.
Replace (a part of) the solenoid valve.
A valve in the inlet line is closed.
Open the valve.
The filter (P) is clogged.
Clean the filter.
The pressure switch (J) is defect.
Replace the pressure switch.
The solenoid valve (E) does not close
(inlet pipe).
Replace (a part of) the solenoid valve.
The valve in the outlet line is closed.
Open the valve.
The outlet line has been obstructed.
Remove the obstruction.
The pump (M) does not run.
Check the pump.
The unit sucks in air during the
vacuum phase.
Replace the automatic air vent.
The pressure switch (J) is defect.
Replace the pressure switch.
The content of dissolved gases has
not reached the minimum yet.
Check whether there is a possibility of
gases entering the installation.
The SmartSwitch (C) is defect.
Replace the SmartSwitch.
The SmartSwitch (C) is defect.
Check whether gas is released
through the valve. Replace the
SmartSwitch if the valve does not
work.
The automatic air vent (B) is defect.
Replace the automatic air vent.
The flow in the inlet line has been
blocked.
Err 6 Flow
The flow in the outlet line has been
blocked .
The unit runs continuously and does
not switch off automatically.
The SmartSwitch does not seem to
work.
The unit runs maximally 10 min. per
degassing period. Gases remain in
the installation.
The SmartSwitch does not seem to
work.
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Problem
Possible cause
Correction
Err 1 Psystem too low
A failure in the installation.
Provide a system pressure of > 1 bar.
There is a leak in the installation.
Repair the leak.
The pressure sensor (N) is defect.
Replace the pressure sensor.
Err 2 Psystem too high
A failure in the installation.
Provide a system pressure that is
below the set value.
The system pressure exceeds the set
maximum.
The set value is too low.
Increase the set value.
The pressure sensor (N) is defect.
Replace the pressure sensor.
A valve in the refill line is (partly)
closed.
Open the valve.
The refill line has been obstructed.
Remove the obstruction.
The float switch (K) is defective.
Replace the float switch.
The float valve (T) is defective
Replace the float valve
There is a leak in the installation.
Repair the leak.
The system pressure is below 1 bar.
Err 10 Refill flow too low
There is no or little supply of refill
fluid1).
Err 13 Refill freq. too high
Check the setting Max. refill
freq.
Refilling takes place too frequently.
Err 14 Refill too long
There is a leak in the installation.
Repair the leak.
Check the setting Alarm refill
after:
Refilling takes too long.
1) The refilling function remains active (type S4A-R only).
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1.
2.
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Resetting the unit
Press MENU. Select User menu > Manual
operation using S and T. Press ENTER.
Select Manual operation reset using S and
T. Press ENTER.
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MAINTENANCE
8.1
Periodic maintenance
1.
2.
Inspect and clean the filter (P) regularly.
Replace the automatic air vent (B) every two years.
8.2
Replacement parts
The letter indications comply with the main figure in §
2.1.
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Description
R16.181
M
Pump type MK309XE 50 Hz
R18.781
M
Pump type MK309XE 60 Hz
R18.782
M
Capacitor 50/60Hz
R18.748
Q
Cover
16.342
E
Solenoid valve (excluding coil)
16.343
E
Coil for solenoid valve
16.344
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Pressure gauge
16.345
B
Automatic air vent
16.346
J
Pressure switch
R18.704
O
Control unit (S4A)
R18.705
O
Control unit (S4A-R)
16.349
C
SmartSwitch
R18.703
N
Pressure sensor (S4A-R)
16.355
P
Filter interior
16.351
T
Float valve
R18.904
K
Float switch
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8.3
Maintenance card
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Type:
Serial number:
Installation date:
Installed by firm:
Installed by technician:
Inspection date:
Technician:
Initials:
Technician:
Initials:
Technician:
Initials:
Technician:
Initials:
Technician:
Initials:
Technician:
Initials:
Nature of the maintenance:
Inspection date:
Nature of the maintenance:
Inspection date:
Nature of the maintenance:
Inspection date:
Nature of the maintenance:
Inspection date:
Nature of the maintenance:
Inspection date:
Nature of the maintenance:
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GUARANTEE
9.1
Terms of guarantee
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The guarantee for Spirotech products is valid until 2
years following the purchasing date.
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10.1
Declaration of conformity
The guarantee lapses in cases of faulty installation,
incompetent use and/or non-authorised personnel
trying to make repairs.
Consequential damage is not covered by the
guarantee.
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According to EN-ISO/IEC 17050:2004
Manufacturer :Spirotech bv
Adress
:Churchilllaan 52
5705 BK Helmond
The Netherlands
Products
:SpiroVent Superior S4A / S4A-R
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We declare entirely on our own responsibility that these products comply with the following standards:
EN 12100-1, EN 12100-2, EN 809, EN 60204-1, EN60335-1,
EN 61000-3-2, EN 61000-3-3, EN 55014-1, EN 55014-2, EN 61000-6-1, EN 61000-6-2, EN 61000-6-3 and
EN 61000-6-4.
in accordance with the stipulations of:
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Machine Directive 2006/42/EC
Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
Helmond, validated 1 July 2010,
Dr. D. Scholten
Managing Director
User Manual - version 1.2
English
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