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Ney VULCAN
D - CONTROL
Owner & Operator’s Manual
MODELS:
100V
100 – 120V
230V
D-130
D-550
D-1750
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D-1750 EURO
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Table of Contents
DESCRIPTION
Safety
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2
Technical Data
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3
Installation Instructions
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4
General Operation
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Maintenance
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8
Troubleshooting
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9
Product Service
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10
Declaration of Conformity …………………….
11
Warranty
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SAFETY
FOR PROFESSIONAL USE ONLY.
Please read these operating instructions carefully before installing or operating this equipment.
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Use indoors only.
Never operate the unit in close proximity to combustible materials or place materials on top of the unit.
The unit must be electrically grounded to a three wire electrical outlet or receptacle. The electrical service provided
must be a dedicated line of the proper size according to local electrical codes.
Unit must be placed in a position that allows the power cord to be easily disconnected from the wall or inlet
socket.
Do not attempt to maintain the unit until you have read and understand this operation manual.
Disconnect the line cord before attempting to service the unit.
Do not operate the unit controls with tongs or other tools.
Do not use solvents or liquid cleaners on the control panel.
Do not cover the top of the unit.
If the unit is not operated in the manner as specified in this manual, the protection provided by the unit may be
impaired.
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CAUTION: RISK OF DANGER!
BURN HAZARD IS PRESENT WHEN DOOR IS OPENED. USE CAUTION AFTER OPENING DOOR.
SURFACES MAY BE HOT!
OSHA AND CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65: MUFFLE DUST EXPOSURE
In keeping with the policy of DENTSPLY Ceramco to build safe products, comply with all National and State statutes
and keep you, the valued customer informed; the services of a Certified Industrial Hygienist firm were employed to test
and evaluate the lab operator’s exposure to respirable refractory ceramic fiber (RCF) and crystobalite (a form of
crystalline silica) present in the furnace muffle.
The findings of this test revealed that levels of exposure during the normal operation of this equipment, as outlined in
the operator’s manual, were far less than the Permissible Exposure Limit set by the Federal Government.
When it becomes necessary to replace the muffle, the person doing this work is recommended to wear a HEPA filter
respirator and protective gloves as a precautionary matter.
Seal used muffle in a plastic bag and dispose of in accordance with local, state and Federal regulations.
Because this product and many similar products on the market today contain crystalline silica and ceramic fibers, it is
necessary under the statutes of California Proposition 65 that DENTSPLY Ceramco includes the following statement:
“This product contains substance(s) known to the State of California to cause cancer.”
Material Safety Data Sheets for RCF materials supplied upon request.
SYMBOL TABLE
- Alternating current
Courant alternatif
I
- On (Supply)
Marche (alimentation)
O
- Off (Supply)
Arrêt (alimentation)
- Caution, Hot Surface
Attention, surface chaude
- Protective Conductor
Terminal Borne de masse, châssis
- Caution, Risk of Danger
Attention risque de DANGER
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TECHNICAL DATA
PARAMETER
Wide Operating Temperature Range: 25°C (77°F) – 1100°C (2012°F).
Programmable Heat Rate: 1 – 30°C/min (1°F – 54°F/min).
Muffle Temperature Uniformity: ± 8°C (± 15°F) at steady state.
ELECTRICAL RATINGS (50/60Hz):
Model:
D – 130
D – 550
Volts, Watts max: N/A
100V: 1470W
100-120V: 720W 120V: 1440W
230V: 1060W
230V: 2400W
Watts@1000°C
500W
1000W
DIMENSIONS:
Model
Length:
Depth:
Height:
D – 130
330mm (13.0”)
290mm (11.5”)
350mm (14.0”)
D – 550
430mm (17.0”)
400mm (15.0”)
410mm (16.0”)
WEIGHT:
Model
Furnace
Shipping
D – 130
12kg (26lbs)
15kg (32lbs)
D – 550
20kg (45lbs)
25kg (54lbs)
D – 1750*
N/A
N/A
230V: 4600W, 4370W*
2200W
D – 1750
535mm (21.0”)
610mm (24.0”)
545mm (21.5”)
D – 1750
44kg (97lbs)
60kg (132lbs)
OPERATING TEMPERATURE (Ambient):
5°C – 40°C (41°F – 104°F)
FUSE:
Model
Mains:
PCB:
*
D – 130
100-120V:20A
230V:2x 10A
1 Amp
D – 550
120V:20A
230V:2x 10A
1 Amp
D – 1750
2x30A Breaker
1 Amp
Euro model.
FEATURES:
• High Performance Hybrid Muffle.
• Longer Life, more Durable than Fiber Construction.
• Faster Heating and Cooling than Fiber.
• Digital Temperature Controller (programmable Temperature, Rate, Alarm, °C/°F operation).
• Integrated Door safety Switch.
• Durable Stainless Steel Front Panel.
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TECHNICAL DATA Cont.
TEMPERATURE RISE AND COOL PERFORMANCE (No Load, max rate):
D-130 Heating and Cooling Curves
D-130 Heating and Cooling Curves
1200
1000
Heatin
Temperature (°C)
800
Cool Down
(Door Closed)
600
400
Cool Down
(Door Open)
200
0
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
90
95
100
D-550 Heating and
Curves
TimeCooling
(Minutes)
D-550 Heating and Cooling Curves
1200
120V Heating
1000
230V Heating
Temperature (°C)
800
Cool Down
(Door Closed)
600
400
Cool Down
(Door Open)
200
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
Time (Minutes)
4
60
70
80
90
100
TECHNICAL DATA Cont.
D-1750 Heating and Cooling Curves
D-1750 Heating and Cooling Curves
1200
1000
Heating
Temperature (°C)
800
Cool Down
(Door Closed)
600
400
Cool Down
(Door Open)
200
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
Time (Minutes)
5
70
80
90
100
110
120
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Shipping damage should be reported to the carrier as soon as detected.
The Unit Package contains the following:
• One furnace complete with power cord
• Owner's & Operator's Manual
• Ceramic Floor tray (shipped in the muffle)
• Two exhaust port plugs (for heat treating applications only)
UNPACKING:
Save the box and other packing material for future use in transporting the unit.
• Open the box.
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The Model 1750 requires two people to lift. Carefully lift the unit from the box by lifting on packaging supports.
Support unit from the bottom to prevent slipping.
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Remove packaging supports.
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Remove plastic bag.
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IMPORTANT! The furnace is shipped with packing material inside the muffle. Remove this material before
connecting power to the furnace.
INSTALLATION:
1. Remove all packing material from in and around the furnace. The furnace should be located at least 15cm (6")
away from walls, shelves and heat sensitive materials. Open the furnace door and remove the packing material
from inside the furnace. NOTE: The furnace front panel will show some discoloration around the muffle due to the
calibration and burn in cycles performed at the factory.
2. The furnace should not be located directly under shelves and other airflow restrictions.
3. On high voltage (200-250 volt) units, connect the line cord packaged in the rear of the furnace to the socket in
rear of furnace.
4. a. (Combustion, Burnout or Reaction Processes) Position the furnace under a vent hood or connect the exhaust port
to a ventilation system to prevent exposure to the exhaust fumes. The furnace exhaust port 25 mm (1") OD by 25
mm (1") long [50 mm (2") OD by 20 mm (0.8") long on 1750 Model] can be ducted into the exhaust hood for
more effective ventilation. Stainless Steel flexible metal tubing can be used for this ducting.
4. b. (Heat Treating or Non-Reaction Processes) Position the furnace under a vent hood. Plug the exhaust port
with the ball plugs provided in the furnace accessory kit. This will reduce heat loss and electricity requirements.
5. Connect the furnace to a power circuit or receptacle with an over current protection (circuit breaker or fuse) rating
of 20 Amps on the low voltage model and 10 Amps on the high voltage model. The furnace should be the only
load on this circuit. The 1750 North American model requires a 20A supply (breaker/receptacle). The 1750
Euro model requires a dedicated 32A supply (breaker/receptacle).
6. Turn on the furnace lighted green power switch (right-hand side of the control panel).
WARNING:
Operating the Furnace without the Ceramic Floor Tray may damage the furnace.
Never operate the Unit in close proximity to combustible materials or place materials on top of the unit.
Do not use extension cords with this equipment.
Plug the power cord into a circuit rated a minimum of 20A.
Do not position the unit in a way that blocks access to the power cord inlet socket or the wall outlet.
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GENERAL OPERATION
FUNCTION KEY DESCRIPTIONS:
Front Panel Layout:
LCD Display
Adjustment Wheel (push - turn left or right)
Power Switch
FUNCTION OPERATION:
Display Sequences at first power up:
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Plug the power cord into a wall outlet.
Turn on the front panel power switch.
The furnace control will go through a self-diagnostic test.
DENTSPLY V1.00
Press
Remove Packing
Adjustment Wheel Symbol
The Display shows the “Remove Packing” reminder and alternately the “Push the Adjustment Wheel” command.
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Remove the packaging material if not done so already and push the Adjustment Wheel.
20 °C
25 °C
The furnace is now in operating condition, the arrow indicates temperature will increase to 25°C.
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GENERAL OPERATION
Adjustment Wheel Operation:
The turning of the Adjustment Wheel is only detected by the control electronics after it is has been Pushed.
Note:
If after a Push or Turn the wheel is not active again within 7 seconds the display reverts back to its previous state.
Follow the examples below on how to program a new value (a counterclockwise turn decreases the value).
Changing Temperature:
One push prompts the operator to change the programmed muffle temperature. The left side of the display shows the
current set temperature and the right side of the display accepts the new temperature to be controlled. A slow turn of
the Adjustment Wheel will change the value by 1. A slightly faster turn will increase the value by 10, while fast
turning of the wheel results in a value change by 100.
25 °C
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25 °C
Adjustment Wheel pushed
27
Adjustment wheel turned
slowly clockwise
25 °C
500
Desired temperature
(Range: 25°C – 1100°C)
In order to store the new temperature value, push the Adjustment Wheel.
The display shows the actual furnace temperature and indicates the target temperature.
20 °C
500°C
Changing the Heat Rise:
Two pushes prompt the operator to change the programmed heat rise. The left side of the display shows the current set
heat rise and the right side of the display accepts the new heat rise to be controlled. A slow turn of the Adjustment
Wheel will change the value by 1. Faster turning will increase the value by 10.
20 °C/m
20 °C/m
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Adjustment Wheel pushed
twice.
15
Desired heat rise
(Range: 1- 30°C/min)
In order to store the new heat rise value push the Adjustment Wheel.
The display shows the actual furnace temperature and indicates the target temperature which is now controlled at
15°C/min.
180 °C
500 °C
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GENERAL OPERATION
Activating the Alarm:
Three pushes prompt the operator to select the alarm function which is active at the Hold temperature when set. A
value of 0 disables the alarm. Programming a value of 1 will emit a short beep every 2 seconds while programming
the maximum value of 5 will emit a longer beep.
Sonar 0
Sonar 0
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Adjustment Wheel pushed
three times
3
Desired alarm value
In order to store the new temperature value, push the Adjustment Wheel.
The display shows the actual furnace temperature and indicates the target temperature.
180 °C
500 °C
Changing the Temperature Units:
Four pushes prompt the operator to select the temperature and the heat rise to be displayed in either °C or °F. Turning
the Adjustment Wheel clockwise will show the °F unit.
°C
°C
Adjustment Wheel pushed
four times
°F
Clockwise turn
In order to store the new temperature unit push the Adjustment Wheel.
The display shows the actual furnace temperature and indicates the target temperature.
360 °C
500 °C
Display at the Programmed Temperature:
Once the furnace muffle reaches its programmed temperature the display shows Hold.
500 °C
Hold
After opening the muffle door to retrieve the load the display shows the actual temperature and the target temperature.
The target temperature is controlled by the programmed heat rise.
430 °C
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500 °C
CAUTION: Use caution when removing materials from muffle.
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MAINTENANCE/ERROR MESSAGES
WARNING:
This equipment contains dangerous voltages. Maintenance and repair work should only be performed by an
authorized service technician of DENTSPLY Ceramco.
To keep the equipment in good working order you should follow the guidelines below.
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Examine the equipment regularly for mechanical damage.
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Do not use solvents or liquid cleaners on the control panel.
TEMPERATURE CALIBRATION:
Every VULCAN furnace is calibrated in the factory at 1000°C. Under normal use the furnace should not require
calibration. The electronics used in the VULCAN furnaces are very stable and will have minimal drifts over the live of
the furnace. Thermocouple replacement could be a potential requirement for calibration if high accuracy is required.
For example:
A furnace is operating at a stable temperature and a separate thermocouple is inserted in the furnace and a digital
thermometer measures the muffle temperature. The display shows 875°C which is the programmed temperature but
the digital thermometer reads 868°C. Turn the trimmer potentiometer, RP3, which is located above the thermocouple
connector on the “D” controller board clockwise until the display reads the same temperature as the meter. Allow the
furnace temperature to stabilize for 5 – 10 minutes before making further adjustments.
CLEANING:
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Clean the unit as needed.
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Vacuum dust and dirt from the furnace rather than blow. This will minimize the amount of air born dust particles.
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Clean exterior surfaces with a soft, damp cloth using a mild detergent and water.
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DO NOT IMMERSE IN WATER!
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Service of this equipment should be done only by qualified personnel. Failure to comply may result in personnel injury
and/or property damage.
Problem
No power to unit:
Slow heating:
Cause
Solution
Power switch.
Place switch in ON position.
No power.
Check line voltage.
Blown fuse.
Check and replace fuse.
Rate programmed too low.
Push the Adjustment wheel.
Twice and check the Rate value.
Large load.
Reduce load size or adjust ramp rate
lower.
Ramp rate not achieved:
Ramp rate may not be achieved at
higher temperatures.
Adjust ramp rate lower based on
heating chart.
Door too loose or tight:
Force drag on door arms.
Adjust the Hex screw on the upper
rear corners to tighten or loosen.
Displays = “Wrong TC”:
The thermocouple was incorrectly
installed.
Reverse thermocouple leads on the
circuit board.
Displays = “Thermocouple”:
The thermocouples opened.
Replace thermocouple.
Displays = “Temperature”:
The muffle temperature exceeded
1150°C.
Call DENTSPLY Service Department.
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TROUBLESHOOTING cont.
ACCESSORIES and REPLACEMENT PARTS
Description
Part Number
Tongs: 25cm (10”) Stainless Steel
9390014
Tongs: 30cm (12”) Stainless Steel
9390015
Tongs: 36cm (14”) Stainless Steel
9390010B
Tray:
Bottom, Model 130
9353053
Tray:
Bottom, Model 550
9353057
Tray:
Bottom, Model 1750
9353060
Shelf: free standing Model 550
9493327
Shelf:
9493396
Model 1750
Muffle Hardening Agent
9491006
Temperature Sticks: 705°C (1300°F)
9199073
Temperature Sticks: 815°C (1500°F)
9199074
Exhaust port ball plug: D - 130, 550
9491093A
D – 1750
9492456
Service Manual
9363193
Heating Plate: D -130
9493340
D – 550 (120V)
9493470
D – 550 (100/230V)
9493364
D – 1750
9493392
Muffle Assy Complete: D -130
9493422
D – 550 (120V)
9493471
D – 550 (100/230V)
9493423
D – 1750
(Factory Repair)
Thermocouple: D -130
9493342
D – 550
9493342
D – 1750
9491747
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PRODUCT SERVICE
WARNING:
This equipment is designed with safety features to protect the operator and must not be modified in any form. Only
qualified individuals should repair this piece of equipment. Failure to observe these precautions may result in burns
or electrical shock.
Three methods of product service are available:
• Telephone assistance available at the number listed below,
• Return the unit for servicing using the instructions below,
• Call DENTSPLY at the phone number below and obtain a service manual for a nominal fee.
BEFORE RETURNING THE UNIT:
• Call DENTSPLY for an RMA (Return Material Authorization) number. This is used to track and identify your unit.
Equipment received without this number may not be identifiable.
• Equipment damaged in shipment as a result of improper packing may not be paid by the carrier.
DENTSPLY will not be responsible for damages resulting from improper packing.
Ship prepaid to:
DENTSPLY Ceramco
DENTSPLY International
RMA Number ________________
13553 Calimesa Blvd.
Yucaipa, CA 92399-1203 USA
Phone: 909.795.2461
Fax:
909.795.5268
equipmentrepair.ca@dentsply.com
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
13553 Calimesa Blvd.
Yucaipa, CA 92399
USA
DENTSPLY Ceramco certifies that the following product:
Name: VULCAN D-CONTROL
Serial Number: JBA, JBE, JCA, JCB, JCE, JDE, or JEE xxxx-xxx (Where x is a number from 0-9)
Conforms with the basic requirements of the following EC guidelines:
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Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC
with 1. Modification 93/68/EEC
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Machinery Directive 98/37/EC Safety of Machinery – Basic concepts, general principles for design
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EMC - Electromagnetic Compatibility 89/336/EEC
with 1. Modification 92/31/EEC
2. Modification 93/68/EEC
The following
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Harmonized Standards were applied:
EN61326:1997 Electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use
EN 12100 – 1:2003, - 2:2003
EMC requirements (includes amendment A1: 1998 and A2: 2001) (IEC61326: 1997 +A1: 1998
+A2:2001)
DENTSPLY Ceramco’s quality system meets these requirements:
• ISO 13485:2003 (Quality)
_______________________
Erich G. Melzer
Electronic Project Engineer
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Richard D. Roy
Plant Manager
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John H. Holbeck
Mechanical Project Engineer
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WARRANTY
WARRANTY: Except with respect to those components parts and uses which are hereinafter described,
DENTSPLY Ceramco warrants this furnace to be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period
of two years from the date of sale. DENTSPLY Ceramco ’s liability under this warranty is limited solely to
repairing or, at DENTSPLY Ceramco ’s option, replacing those products included within the warranty which
are returned to DENTSPLY Ceramco within the applicable warranty period (with shipping charges
prepaid), and which are determined by DENTSPLY Ceramco to be defective. This warranty shall not apply
to any product which has been subject to misuse; negligence; or accident; or misapplied; or modified; or
repaired by unauthorized persons; or improperly installed.
INSPECTION: Buyer shall inspect the product upon receipt. The buyer shall notify DENTSPLY Ceramco in
writing of any claims of defects in material and workmanship within thirty days after the buyer discovers or
should have discovered the facts upon which such a claim is based. Failure of the buyer to give written
notice of such a claim within this time period shall be deemed to be a waiver of such claim.
DISCLAIMER: The provisions here-in stated DENTSPLY Ceramco sole obligation and exclude all other
remedies or warranties, expressed or implied, including those related to MERCHANTABILITY and FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY: Under no circumstances shall DENTSPLY Ceramco be liable to the buyer for
any incidental, consequential or special damages, losses or expenses.
LIMITATION OF ACTIONS: The buyer must initiate any action with respect to claims under the warranty
described in the first paragraph within one year after the cause of action has accrued.
Corporate and Sales Office:
Product Service Office:
DENTSPLY Ceramco
DENTSPLY International
570 West College Avenue
York, PA 17404-0872 USA
PH: 800.847.0100
FAX: 800.735.1101
DENTSPLY Ceramco
DENTSPLY International
13553 Calimesa Blvd.
Yucaipa, CA 92399 USA
PH: 909.795.2461
FAX: 909.795.5268
equipmentrepair.ca@dentsply.com
EU-Rep., DeguDent GmbH
Postfach 1364, 63403 Hanau
Germany
Tel. +49/6181/59-50
DENTSPLY Canada
161 Vinyl Ct.
Woodbridge, Ontario L4L 4A3
905.851.5374
PC 9363192
0605 rev. A
DENTSPLY Ceramco
All Rights Reserved
Printed in USA
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