Cornelius CH1500-CH7500 Operator`s manual

Cornelius CH1500-CH7500 Operator`s manual
IMI CORNELIUS REMCOR INC g 500 REGENCY DRIVE g GLENDALE HEIGHTS, IL 60139--2268
Telephone (800) 551--4423
Facsimile (800) 519--4423
CHILLER (“CH” SERIES)
Models:
Operator’s Manual
CH 951-A
CH 1500-A
CH 1502-A
CH 1503-A
Part No. 92266
December 5, 1995
Revised: July, 1999
Revision C
THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS IMPORTANT INFORMATION
This Manual must be read and understood before installing or operating this equipment
Ó IMI CORNELIUS INC; 1995--99
PRINTED IN U.S.A
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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GENERAL INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
UNPACKING AND INSPECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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DESIGN DATA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CHILLER INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LOCATION OF CHILLER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PROCESS CONNECTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CHILLER OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PROCESS LIQUID FLOW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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PHASE PROTECTION / 3--PHASE MONITOR OPTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PHASE PROTECTION / 3--PHASE OPTION ADJUSTMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
COOLING OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TEMPERATURE INDICATOR/CONTROLLER (THERMOSTAT) . . . . . . . . . . . .
START--UP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
THERMOSTAT CONTROL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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CHILLER MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CONDENSER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FAN MOTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PUMP MOTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CIRCULATION SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FILTERS/STRAINERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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CHILLER DOES NOT OPERATE, CONTROL POWER LIGHT “OFF” . . . . . . . . .
PUMP DOES NOT OPERATE, BUT COOLING LIGHT IS ”ON”. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CHILLER DOES NOT COOL, AND COOLING LIGHT IS ”OFF”. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PUMP RUNS, COMPRESSOR ”SHORT CYCLES”. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
UNIT RUNS CONTINUOUSLY, BUT IS NOT COOLING PROCESS LIQUID
ENOUGH. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CHILLER DOES NOT OPERATE, BUT COOLING LIGHT IS “ON”AND SAFETY
LIGHT IS “ON”. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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LIST OF FIGURES
FIGURE 1. “CH”SERIES CHILLERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FIGURE 2. CONTROL PANEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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4
FIGURE 3. CH SERIES TEMPERATURE CONTROLLER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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FIGURE 4. CABINET SECTION EXPLODED VIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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FIGURE 5. ELECTRICAL BOX ASSEMBLY EXPLODED VIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FIGURE 6. PUMP AND TANK ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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LIST OF TABLES
TABLE 1. DESIGN DATA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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GENERAL INFORMATION
INTRODUCTION
The REMCOR ”CH”Series Recirculating Liquid Chiller is designed to provide an accurate, reliable, and user-friendly system for cooling a continuous flow of pure liquid and keep that liquid at a constant temperature in various closed loop or tank cooling applications.
The ”CH”Series Chiller consists of an air--cooled refrigeration system housed in a sturdy sheet metal frame and
cabinet. A standard pump and insulated liquid reservoir package provides a complete liquid cooling and circulating system.
The ”CH”Series Chiller is designed to operate in a clean laboratory or industrial environment where ambient
temperatures range from 40 to100°F (5 to 38°C). With proper installation, operation, and maintenance, the
”CH”Series Chiller will provide years of trouble free service.
UNPACKING AND INSPECTION
This unit was thoroughly inspected before leaving the factory and the carrier has accepted and signed for it.
Any damage or irregularities should be noted at the time of delivery and immediately reported to the carrier. Request a written inspection report from the Claims Inspector to substantiate any necessary claims. In the event
that an immediate replacement is necessary, please contact REMCOR Chiller Sales at 1--800--551--4423.
DESIGN DATA
Table 1. Design Data
CH951
CH1500
CH1502
CH1503
12,000 (3,515)
18,000 (5,272)
18,000 (5,272)
18,000 (5,272)
Compressor Horsepower
1 (.746 kW)
1 1/2 (1.12 kW)
1 1/2 (1.12 kW)
1 1/2 (1.12 kW)
Electrical Data:
Voltage/Phase/Hertz/Amperage
230/1/60
11.0 Amps
230/1/60
13.0 Amps
230/3/60
16.4 Amps
460/3/60
10.0 Amps
R134a
R22
R22
R22
Cooling Capacity:
BTU/hr (W) at 80_F(27_C) and
70_F (21_ C) Liquid Temperature.
Refrigerant Type:
Reservoir Capacity
6.0 gallons (22.7 6.0 gallons (22.7 6.0 gallons (22.7 6.0 gallons (22.7
liters)
liters)
liters)
liters)
Physical Dimensions, Width ¢ Depth 22I¢ 26.5XI¢
¢ Height:
38.25I
(56cm ¢ 67cm
¢ 97cm)
22I¢ 26.5XI¢
38.25I
(56cm ¢ 67cm
¢ 97cm)
22I¢ 26.5XI¢
38.25I
(56cm ¢ 67cm
¢ 97cm)
22I¢ 26.5XI¢
38.25I
(56cm ¢ 67cm
¢ 97cm)
Fittings:
Process Connections
3/4IFPT (S/S)
3/4IFPT (S/S)
3/4IFPT (S/S)
3/4” FPT (S/S)
CHILLER INSTALLATION
Location of Chiller
THE CHILLER MUST BE LOCATED NEAR A PROPERLY GROUNDED ELECTRICAL OUTLET. THE CIRCUIT SHOULD BE FUSED AND NO OTHER ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE SHOULD BE CONNECTED TO THE
CIRCUIT. ALL ELECTRICAL WIRING MUST CONFORM TO NATIONAL AND LOCAL ELECTRICAL
CODES.
The Chiller must be located in a well ventilated, indoor area where ambient temperatures will remain above
40_F (5_C) and will never increase above 100_F (38_C). To obtain optimum cooling capacity, the ambient
temperature should be at or below 80_F (27_C).
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It is very important that the air intake and discharge sides of the chiller are not obstructed by other free standing
objects. A minimum of two feet of space on all four sides of the chiller will be sufficient to prevent air flow obstructions.
It is also important to direct any hot air discharge from other equipment away from the air intake side of the chiller. Condenser air entering the “CH”unit should be below 100_F (38_C) .Condenser air temperatures above
100_F (38_C) can cause the high pressure safety control to shut down the unit.
Electrical Connections
All wiring must conform to the National Electric Code and any applicable local codes.
The “CH”unit must be PERMANENTLY wired by means of electrical conduit to a properly fused disconnect of
proper amperage OR wired to a properly rated power cord and plugged into an outlet with the appropriate disconnect and amperage rating. The electrical junction box includes a four terminal strip for power supply connections. The DATA PLATE located beside the junction box indicates the phase, voltage and amperage of the
chiller.
Process Connections
Follow standard plumbing practices and local codes in making liquid connections. The Chiller inlet and outlet
connections are 3/4”--inch FPT couplings. It is recommended that 3/4--inch I.D. or larger flexible hose and tube
fittings be used as process connections. Lines should be routed with as few bends as possible. Prevent lines
from running near radiators, hot water pipes, etc. Any lengths of tubing that are exposed to high ambient temperatures should be insulated to prevent condensation and/or significant liquid heat gain.
Once the system has been properly plumbed, it is important that the circulation system be filled with liquid. The
reservoir can be filled by removing the fill port cap located on top of the Chiller. After ensuring that the drain is
closed, fill the reservoir via the fill port with pure liquid until the liquid level sight glass on the front of the unit indicates ”FULL”. The fill port cap should then be replaced prior to operation.
DATA PLATE/SERIAL NO.
CONTROL PANEL
TEMPERATURE CONTROLLER
FILL PORT
JUNCTION BOX
TERMINAL STRIP
INTERLOCK STRIP
(IF APPLICABLE)
35.138
38.224
PRESSURE GAUGE
37.638
”FULL”
RESERVOIR LEVEL INDICATOR
INLET
REAR
21.963
FRONT
FIGURE 1. “CH” SERIES CHILLERS
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14.000
DRAIN
2
Chiller Operation
WARNING: NEVER OPERATE THE CHILLER WITH THE PANELS REMOVED.
USED.
ALWAYS USE THE POWER SWITCH TO TURN OFF THE CHILLER WHEN IT IS NOT BEING
ALWAYS ENSURE THAT ALL AIR INLETS AND OUTLETS ARE FREE FROM OBSTRUCTION.
BE SURE THAT THE RESERVOIR IS FILLED WITH FLUID PRIOR TO POWERING UP THE UNIT.
Process Liquid Flow
After ensuring that the system piping is free from obstruction, that all valves are open, and the reservoir is full,
push the CONTROL POWER switch to the ”ON”position. The pump should now be operating.
On three phase units such as the CH1502 and CH1503, it is important to check the pump rotation. Remove the
left side panel, push the POWER button in, and observe the motor shaft. Make sure that the shaft is rotating in
the direction of the arrow indicated on the pump housing. If the rotation is incorrect, reverse two of the three incoming power supply leads at the terminal strip.
NOTE: Running the pump in reverse for too long will result in permanent pump damage. The Phase
Protection/3--Phase Monitor Option will prevent the pump from operating backwards. See the full description of the option for complete explanation.
All Chillers with pumps are supplied with a pressure regulating valve on the pump discharge. This valve is preset at the factory to ensure that system pressure does not exceed the capabilities of the pump motor and/or piping. If this valve requires adjustment, please contact the REMCOR Service Group for the proper setting
procedure and pressures.
Once the flow has been established the thermostat can be programmed to the desired set--point.
Phase Protection / 3--Phase Monitor Option
The 3--Phase Monitor detects phase loss, low voltage, and phase reversal by continuously monitoring the
3--Phase power lines for abnormal conditions. When correct voltage and phase rotation are applied, the internal
relay will energize. A fault condition will de--energize the relay. When the fault is corrected, the monitor will automatically reset. Both Trip and Norm condition indicators are provided on the relay to aid in adjustment and system trouble--shooting.
This control is located in the enclosure labeled “Monitor”on top of the electrical box.
Phase Protection / 3--Phase Option Adjustment
The following procedure will allow the 3--Phase Monitor to achieve a trip point just below the nominal phase-tophase voltage, where the unit is applied.
Rotate the adjustment control fully clockwise, or until the red (Trip) indicator illuminated. Slowly rotate the
adjustment control in a counter-clockwise direction, just until the green (Norm) indicator illuminates. At this point,
the 3--Phase Monitor is the most sensitive to irregular power line conditions. If nuisance tripping occurs, turn the
control slightly further counter--clockwise.
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COOLING OPERATION
REMCOR CHXXX SERIES CHILLER
CONTROL
COOLING
POWER
SAFETY
CONTROL PANEL
RED INDICATOR
GREEN INDICATOR
WHITE INDICATOR/PUSH BUTTON
FIGURE 2. CONTROL PANEL
Temperature Indicator/Controller (Thermostat)
Combines a precise temperature control and easy programmability with a convenient LED temperature
readout that indicates system liquid temperature (2_F Differential). To adjust thermostat, see next section.
1. CONTROL POWER SWITCH/LIGHT
A simple ON/OFF push--button that switches power to the 24 volt control circuit. When the switch is
pressed, the white light on the push--button illuminates to indicate that Chiller Control Power is present.
Light is no longer illuminated when button is returned to ”OFF”position.
2. COOLING LIGHT
A green light that illuminates to indicate that the refrigeration system is operating. This light may cycle on
and off in response to the thermostat or in response to HOT GAS BYPASS if the unit is equipped with the
hot--gas bypass option.
3. SAFETY LIGHT
A red light that illuminates to indicate that a problem is present with the chiller. The safety light will illuminate under the following conditions:
A.
High Refrigerant Pressure
B.
Low Refrigerant Pressure
C.
Low Reservoir Level (Alarm also sounds)
D.
Low Evaporator Temperature
It is important to note that each of these conditions will shut down the ”CH”unit. For additional protection to
your equipment, some models are equipped with a LOW FLOW INTERLOCK which terminates power to
your equipment in the event that liquid flow from the ”CH”unit drops below 1.25 GPM.
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START--UP
IT IS IMPORTANT THAT THE LIQUID LEVEL SIGHT GLASS READS ”FULL”. IN THE EVENT THAT THE
RESERVOIR IS EMPTY, THE UNIT WILL REMAIN OFF UNTIL AN ADEQUATE LEVEL OF LIQUID IS ATTAINED. MAKE SURE CHILLER POWER IS ”OFF” PRIOR TO FILLING RESERVOIR.
Push CONTROL POWER button IN. All alarm indicators should be extinguished and the Chiller system will
cycle in order to maintain the established set-point. The Chiller is now ready for normal operation.
Thermostat Control
up
down
7
0
_F
out
set
FIGURE 3. CH SERIES TEMPERATURE CONTROLLER
The following procedure should be followed to adjust the thermostat for any liquid cooling application:
1. Push the ”SET”button located to the right of the digital display. This will display the current set-point programmed in the thermostat.
2. The set-point can only be adjusted while being displayed. To adjust the set-point, push the ”UP”or
”DOWN”button until the desired set point is displayed on the thermostat.
3. Once the desired set-point is displayed, wait several seconds and the thermostat will display the process
liquid temperature. The set-point can be viewed at any time by pressing the ”SET”button.
The parameter settings of the thermostat have been preset at the factory. The range of the thermostat is
40_F (5_C) to 100_F (38_C). If operation outside of this range is desired, please contact the REMCOR
TECHNICAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT at 1--800--551--4423.
CHILLER MAINTENANCE
WARNING: Disconnect electrical power before performing any maintenance on the Chiller.
Condenser
On air cooled chillers, the CONDENSER FINS should be cleaned by blowing compressed air through the condenser from the fan side. Dirt and debris accumulate on the condenser fins over time, and this build up can severely reduce the performance of the Chiller. Cleaning of the CONDENSER FINS should be done
approximately every three months, depending upon the cleanliness of your application.
Fan Motor
On air cooled chillers the condenser FAN MOTOR should be lubricated every 6 months with a few drops of SAE
10 oil.
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Pump Motor
The PUMP MOTOR should be lubricated with thirty drops of SAE 20 oil once a year.
Circulation System
The CIRCULATION SYSTEM should be drained and flushed periodically to avoid build up and possible flow restriction caused by contaminants.
Filters/Strainers
The FILTER located inside of the unit at the inlet of the pump should be cleaned periodically depending on applications. If a reduction in flow or cavitation of the pump occurs, remove the in--line FILTER, back-flush it with
water, rinse, and replace.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
WARNING: Disconnect electrical power to the Chiller to prevent personal injury before
attempting any internal maintenance. Only qualified personnel should service internal
components or electrical wiring.
TROUBLE
CHILLER DOES NOT
OPERATE, CONTROL
POWER LIGHT “OFF”
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
A.
No Power To Unit.
A.
Check Main disconnect fuses,
wiring, and power lead to unit.
B.
Defective Control Power
Switch.
B.
Replace Switch
C.
Defective Control Transformer.
C.
Replace Transformer
D.
Wrong Voltage Supplied to
Unit.
D.
Supplied Voltage Must be within
± 10% of nameplate rating.
E.
3--Phase Monitor tripped.
E.
Check for correct voltage level on
each phase of incoming 3--phase
power. Check for correct phase
rotation.
A.
Line to or from Chiller is
restricted.
A.
Inspect lines and remove any
obstructions.
B.
Internal or external filter is
blocked with debris.
B.
Remove filter, back-flush, and
replace.
C.
Pump Contactor is
defective.
C.
Replace.
D.
Damaged pump motor or
impeller.
D.
Replace pump motor or impeller.
CHILLER DOES NOT COOL,
AND COOLING LIGHT IS
”OFF”.
A.
Thermostat is defective.
A.
Replace Thermostat
PUMP RUNS, COMPRESSOR
”SHORT CYCLES”.
A.
No process load on
chiller.
A.
Increase process load.
B.
Refrigerant is low.
B.
Check refrigerant charge.
A.
Condenser is restricted.
A.
Clean condenser.
B.
Unit low on refrigerant.
B.
Call Service.
C.
Inefficient compressor.
C.
Call Service.
D.
Unit is undersized for
application.
D.
Call REMCOR Chiller Sales Rep.
PUMP DOES NOT OPERATE,
BUT COOLING LIGHT IS
”ON”.
UNIT RUNS CONTINUOUSLY,
BUT IS NOT COOLING
PROCESS LIQUID ENOUGH.
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TROUBLE
CHILLER DOES NOT
OPERATE, BUT COOLING
LIGHT IS “ON”AND SAFETY
LIGHT IS “ON”.
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
A.
Unit is operating under high
pressure conditions.
A.
Check for dirty condenser fins or
obstruction of chiller air intake.
Press high pressure manual reset
switch.
B.
Unit is operating under low
pressure conditions.
B.
Check sight glass, if bubbles are
seen, leak check unit and
recharge with refrigerant.
or
If no bubbles are seen, replace
defective TXV.
C.
Unit is operating under low
level conditions.
C.
Add liquid to reservoir via fill port.
or
If level is above switch, replace
float switch.
D.
Unit is operating under low
temperature conditions.
D.
Low or no process liquid flow.
Ensure that there is adequate flow
through system plumbing.
or
Process liquid is too cold, below
35_F. Increase thermostat
setting.
or
Defective thermostat, replace.
When servicing a REMCOR Chiller, it is important to note all information provided on the DATA PLATE located
in the upper rear of the unit. If technical assistance is needed, the REMCOR Service Technician will need this
information along with any description of the problem(s) you are encountering. The serial number and other
information will also be required when ordering replacement parts and any other Warranty Claims.
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13
46
48
51
10
44
49
11
17
39
32
35
15
23
24
25
47
33
50
52
33
45
50
35
6
5
42
13
16
43
17
27
26
41
28
36
32
14
39
29
36
16
30
38
37
20
34
40
1
9
3
17
31
4
35
2
7
21
19
22
18
12
16
17
35
8
FIGURE 4. CABINET SECTION EXPLODED VIEW
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CABINET SECTION
Index
No. Part No. Qty
Name
Index
No. Part No. Qty
Name
1
15166
1
Frame
23
32807
1
Indicator Light, Red, 24v
2
15207
2
Support Panel (CH 951)
24
32808
1
Indicator Light, Green, 24v
15426
2
Support Panel (CH 1502)
25
32806
1
Switch, White, Lighted 24v
61170
1
Pump and Tank Ass’y (CH 951; See
Figure 6)
26
71058
1
Gauge, Pressure (CH 951)
70950
1
Gauge, Pressure (CH 1502)
61167
1
Pump and Tank Ass’y (CH 1502; See
Figure 6)
27
70325
2
Clamp
4
70190
2
Screw, Hex Hd, No. 8-32 By 1/2-In.
Long
28
70951
8
Fastener, Clip On
29
70952
8
Retainer, Push On
5
15159
1
Support, Condenser
30
70953
8
Screw, Sl Hd, Fastener
6
15172
1
Fill Port Ass’y
31
70030
4
Nut
7
15165
2
Panel, Side (CH 951)
32
70274
8
15427
2
Panel, Side (CH 1502)
Screw, Cap Hex Hd, No. 5/16-18 By
3/4-In. Long
15164
2
Panel, Rear (CH 951)
33
70048
7
Lockwasher
15425
2
Panel, Rear (CH 1502)
34
70018
7
Hex Nut, 1/4-20
33437
1
Electrical Box Ass”y (CH 951; See
Figure 5)
35
70171
20
Screw, Phil Hd, No.8-32 By 3/8-In. Long
36
70028
12
Nut, 5/16-18
33585
1
Electrical Box Ass”y (CH 1502; See
Figure 5)
37
70065
4
Lockwasher
15167
1
Lid (CH 951)
38
70268
4
Screw, CapHex Hd, 1/4-20 By 1-In. Long
15428
1
Lid (CH 1502)
39
70070
8
Flatwasher
61061
1
Condenser Ass’y (CH 951)
40
32588
1
Probe, Temperature
61168
1
Condenser Ass’y (CH 1502)
41
70877
14
Nutsert
70217
4
Screw, Hex Hd, No. 8--32 By 1/2-In.
Long
42
51282
1
Adaptor, 3/4-MPT By 1/2-Barb
43
71042
1
Clamp, Hose
44
60734
1
Solenoid Valve, Hot Gas
45
70344
1
Bracket, Drier
46
70475
1
Clamp, TX Valve
47
60686
1
Filter Drier
48
61003
1
TX Valve
49
60975
1
Valve, Auto Expansion
50
70032
5
Screw, Cap Hex Hd, 1/4-20 By 1/2-In.
Long
3
8
9
10
11
12
13
70178
6
Screw, Phil Hd, No. 8--32 By 1/2-In.
Long
14
15163
1
Panel, Front (CH 951)
15424
1
Panel, Front (CH 1502)
15
32386
2
Thermostat Control, 24v
16
70076
14
Hex Nut, No. 8-32
17
70121
24
Lockwasher
18
28876
2
Coupling Ass’y
19
70778
4
Caster
51
33283
1
Coil, Solenoid 24v
20
70923
2
Handle
52
22850
1
Bracket, TX Valve
21
32452
1
Terminal Block
22
31036
1
Electrical Box, 4-In.
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24
23
4
18
5
22
3
16
19
18
6
18
2
7
14
1
21
17
15 20
FIGURE 5. ELECTRICAL BOX ASSEMBLY EXPLODED VIEW
ELECTRICAL BOX ASSEMBLY
Item
No.
Part
No. Qty.
Item
No.
Name
1
15269
1
Electrical Box
2
309060
1
Terminal Board
3
31001
1
Thermostat
4
32804
1
Transformer, 24V 50VA
5
32922
1
6
33082
7
8
Name
33577
1
Wire Harness, Hot Gas (CH 951; Not
Shown)
33606
1
Wire Harness, Hot Gas (CH 1502; Not
Shown)
13
33578
1
Wire Harness, Thermostat (Not Shown)
Contactor, Compressor
14
50459
1
Heyco Bushing
1
Relay, 24V
15
50767
1
Heyco Bushing
33339
1
Alarm, 24V
16
60501
1
High Pressure Control
33573
1
Wire Harness, Main Power (CH 951; Not
Shown)
17
70018
2
Hex Nut, 1/4-20
33607
1
Wire Harness, Main Power (CH 1502;
Not Shown)
18
70190
11
Screw, Hex Washer Hd, No. 8-32 By
1/2-In. Long
33574
1
Wire Harness, Condenser (CH 951; Not
Shown)
19
70215
6
Screw, Sl Washer Hd, No. 8-32 By
1/4-In. Long
33608
1
Wire Harness, Condenser (CH 1502;
Not Shown)
20
70263
2
Screw, Cap Hex Hd, 1/4-20 By 3/4-In.
Long
10
33575
1
Wire Harness, Alarm (Not Shown)
21
70475
1
Clamp, Alarm
11
33576
1
Wire Harness, Switch (Not Shown)
22
15270
1
Cover, Electrical Box
23
70121
1
Lockwasher, No. 8
24
70171
1
Screw, Phil Truss Hd, No. 8-32 By
3/8-In. Long
9
12
Part
No. Qty.
11
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17
28
35
18
44
31
17
16
46
18
28
2
18
35
45
3
38
8
14
48
22
29
7
34
22
46
14
39
9
14
15
16
18
26
28
30
19
24
27
11
12
16
13
42
16
18
18
35
25
14
33
35
47
36
32
33
19
35
18
17
4
20
5
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32
43
41
37
1
10
6
40
FIGURE 6. PUMP AND TANK ASSEMBLY
12
30
17
21
35
18
16
PUMP AND TANK ASSEMBLY
Item
No.
Part
No. Qty.
Item
No.
Name
29
1
15162
1
Base
2
53206
1
Tank
3
53192
1
Cover
4
27866
1
Thermalwell
5
61169
1
Evaporator
6
32382
1
Motor, Pump, 1/3 HP 115/230V
7
53223
1
PVC Valve
8
50351
1
Tube, .500 I.D. By 28-In. Long
9
33159
2
Sensor, Low Level
10
70028
4
Hex Nut, 5/16-18
11
70274
4
Screw, Cap, Hex Hd, No. 5/16-18 By
3/4-In. Long
12
70065
4
Lockwasher
4
Flatwasher
4
Bulkhead, 1/2 I.D.
15
51842
1
Bulkhead, 3/4 I.D.
16
41266
6
Elbow, 1/2-NPT, Stainless Steel (CH
951)
40904
6
Elbow, 1/2-NPT, Brass (CH 1502)
41474
4
Bushing, Fitting, 3/4-NPT By 1/2-NPT,
Stainless Steel (CH 951)
41485
4
Bushing, Fitting, 3/4-NPT By 1/2-NPT,
Brass (CH 1502)
41468
9
Fitting, 1/2-MPT By 3/4-Barb, Stainless
Steel (CH 951)
8
Fitting, 1/2-MPT By 3/4-Barb, Brass (CH
1502)
41488
3
Fitting, 1/2-MPT, 2 1/2-In. Long,
Stainless Steel (CH 951)
41444
2
Fitting, 1/2-MPT, 2 1/2-In. Long, Brass
(CH 1502)
41476
1
Fitting, Tee, 3/4-NPT, Stainless Steel
(CH 951)
41040
1
Fitting, Tee, 3/4-NPT, Brass (CH 1502)
41470
2
Fitting, Elbow, 1/2-NPT, Stainless Steel
(CH 951)
41443
1
Fitting, Elboe, 1/2-NPT, Brass (CH 1502)
51075
2
Elbow, 1/2-MPT By 1/2-Barb
19
20
21
22
23
71045
10
Clamp, Tube
24
41438
1
Filter, Water
25
24676
1
Thermowell
40902
1
Nipple, 1/2-NPT, Brass (CH 1502)
41477
2
Nipple, 3/4-NPT, Stainless Steel (CH
951)
41442
3
Nipple, 3/4-NPT, Brass (CH 1502)
41478
1
Fitting, 1/2-MPT, Stainless Steel (CH
951)
41495
1
Fitting, 1/2-MPT, Brass (CH 1502)
41467
2
Fitting, Elbow, 3/4-NPT, Stainless Steel
(CH 951)
41096
2
Fitting, Elbow, 3/4-NPT, Brass (CH 1502)
41462
2
Fitting, Elbow, 3/4-NPT By 3/4-Barb,
Stainless Steel (CH 951)
40841
2
Fitting, Elbow, 3/4-NPT By 3/4-Barb,
Brass (CH 1502)
34
51425
1
Plug, 1/4-MPT
35
53157
1
Tube, .750 I.D. By 3-In. Long
53157
1
Tube, .750 I.D. By 6-In. Long
53157
1
Tube, .750 I.D. By 7-In. Long
53157
1
Tube, .750 I.D. By 8-In. Long
53157
1
Tube, .750 I.D. By 10 1/2-In. Long
53157
1
Tube, .750 I.D. By 22-In. Long
36
31971
1
Switch, Flow, Brass (CH 1502)
37
26198
2
Bracket, Tank
38
51704
1
Fitting, 3/8-PVC
39
53226
1
Fitting, Coupler, 3/8-PVC
40
53225
1
Fitting, 3/8-PVC By 1 1/2-In. Long
41
32385
1
Clamp, Pump to Motor
42
32384
1
Pump (CH 951)
32357
1
Pump (CH 1502)
43
30121
1
Electrical Cord
44
51350
1
Tube, .250 I.D. By 30-In. Long
33
70070
18
Nipple, 1/2-NPT, Stainless Steel (CH
951)
32
50991
17
1
31
13
Name
41473
30
14
Part
No. Qty.
41461
1
Bypass Valve, Stainless Steel(CH 951)
45
50351
1
Tube, .500 I.D. By 25-In. Long
40645
1
Bypass Valve, Brass (CH 1502)
27
70018
4
Hex Nut, 1/4-20
46
71042
3
Clamp, Tube
28
41268
3
Tee, 1/2-FPT, Stainless Steel (CH 951)
47
51280
1
Fitting, Elbow, 3/4-Barb (CH 1502)
40903
3
Tee, 1/2-FPT, Brass (CH 1502)
48
70325
2
Clip
26
13
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WARRANTY
IMI Cornelius Inc. warrants that all equipment and parts are free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service. For a copy of the warranty applicable to your Cornelius, Remcor or Wilshire product, in your country, please write, fax or telephone the IMI Cornelius office nearest you. Please provide the
equipment model number, serial number and the date of purchase.
IMI Cornelius Offices
AUSTRALIA D P.O. 210, D RIVERWOOD, D NSW 2210, AUSTRALIA D (61) 2 533 3122 D FAX (61) 2 534 2166
AUSTRIA D AM LANGEN FELDE 32 D A-1222 D VIENNA, AUSTRIA D (43) 1 233 520 D FAX (43) 1-2335-2930
BELGIUM D BOSKAPELLEI 122 D B-2930 BRAASCHAAT, BELGIUM D (32) 3 664 0552 D FAX (32) 3 665 2307
BRAZIL D RUA ITAOCARA 97 D TOMAS COELHO D RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL D (55) 21 591 7150 D FAX (55) 21 593 1829
ENGLAND D TYTHING ROAD ALCESTER D WARWICKSHIRE, B49 6 EU, ENGLAND D (44) 789 763 101 D FAX (44) 789 763 644
FRANCE D 71 ROUTE DE ST. DENIS D F-95170 DEUIL LA BARRE D PARIS, FRANCE D (33) 1 34 28 6200 D FAX (33) 1 34 28 6201
GERMANY D CARL LEVERKUS STRASSE 15 D D-4018 LANGENFELD, GERMANY D (49) 2173 7930 D FAX (49) 2173 77 438
GREECE D 488 MESSOGION AVENUE D AGIA PARASKEVI D 153 42 D ATHENS, GREECE D (30) 1 600 1073 D FAX (30) 1 601 2491
HONG KONG D 1104 TAIKOTSUI CENTRE D 11-15 KOK CHEUNG ST D TAIKOKTSUE, HONG KONG D (852) 789 9882 D FAX (852) 391 6222
ITALY D VIA PELLIZZARI 11 D 1-20059 D VIMARCATE, ITALY D (39) 39 608 0817 D FAX (39) 39 608 0814
NEW ZEALAND D 20 LANSFORD CRES. D P.O. BOX 19-044 AVONDALE D AUCKLAND 7, NEW ZEALAND D (64) 9 8200 357 D FAX (64) 9 8200 361
SINGAPORE D 16 TUAS STREET D SINGAPORE 2263 D (65) 862 5542 D FAX (65) 862 5604
SPAIN D POLIGONO INDUSTRAIL D RIERA DEL FONOLLAR D E-08830 SANT BOI DE LLOBREGAT D BARCELONA, SPAIN D (34) 3 640 2839 D FAX (34) 3 654 3379
USA D ONE CORNELIUS PLACE D ANOKA, MINNESOTA D (612) 421-6120 D FAX (612) 422-3255
LD004
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IMI CORNELIUS INC.
CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS:
One Cornelius Place
Anoka, Minnesota 55303-6234
(612) 421-6120
(800) 238-3600
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