Avtec Eco Arch Operator Manual

Avtec Eco Arch Operator Manual
OPERATOR MANUAL
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Table of Contents
Types of Systems .......................................................................... page 4
Installation Requirements for Avtec Ventilation Hoods .............. page 5
Canopy Hoods ............................................................................... page 5
UV Electrical .................................................................................. page 9
Exhaust Fans & Ducts ................................................................... page 13
Control Panels .............................................................................. page 14
Fresh Air Supply Fans ................................................................. page 14
Side Skirts .................................................................................... page 16
Top Enclosure Panels ................................................................ page 17
Stainless Steel Wall Panels ........................................................ page 18
Operation Instructions Start-Check-Balance ............................ page 19
Final Air Balance Make-Up Air Hood ......................................... page 20
Periodic Maintenance ................................................................... page 21
Parts List ..................................................................................... page 22
Safety Procedures
• Do not attempt to service this unit yourself as removing covers may
cause unnecessary exposure to dangerous voltage.
• Never connect the unit to a power source while standing in water.
Wet hands and wet floors should be avoided when connecting any
electrical appliance to a power outlet.
• Fans may have multiple power connections. Make sure all fans are
isolated from power prior to performing maintenance.
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In addition, all Avtec/Unified Brands
food equipment is backed by some of
the best warranties in the foodservice
industry and by our professional staff
of service technicians.
Retain this manual for future reference.
NOTICE: Due to a continuous program of product improvement, Avtec reserves the
right to make changes in design and specifications without prior notice.
NOTICE: Please read the entire manual carefully before installation. If certain
recommended procedures are not followed, warranty claims will be denied.
MODEL NUMBER ___________________________________________________
SERIAL NUMBER ___________________________________________________
INSTALLATION DATE ________________________________________________
OM-ECOARCH 3
Installation Instructions
TYPES OF SYSTEMS This manual covers three of the basic types of systems offered by Avtec:
• Baffle Filter
• Modular Grease Extractor
• EcoArch UV
BAFFLE FILTER SERIES
Baffle Filters ventilators are listed by UL and are built in accordance of NFPA-96 for use
with UL listed extinguishing systems for duct hood protection. They utilize UL classified
removable baffle filters to extract grease and provide a limited barrier. The canopy contains
a hidden grease trough and removable cup. Surface, plenum and duct collar extinguishing
systems may be factory supplied.
MODULAR GREASE EXTRACTORS SERIES
Extractor ventilators are listed by UL and are built in accordance of NFPA-96 for use with UL
listed extinguishing systems for duct hood protection. These models utilize high velocity
removable grease extractors. The canopy contains a hidden grease trough and removable
cup. Surface, plenum and duct collar extinguishing systems may be factory supplied.
ULTRAVIOLET (UV) SERIES
The EcoArch Energy Efficient Ventilation UVc is a door assembly integrally installed in the
exhaust plenum of an EcoArch canopy, consisting of UVc filtration system designed for
use in the ventilation control of commercial cooking operations of listed hood systems. A
depiction of this unit is indicated at left.
The UVc filtration system consists of a Heraus manufactured UVc and Ozone producing
lamp used to reduce exhaust odors and grease deposit emissions before they enter the
exhaust duct system. The UVc light waves and ozone producing lamp breaks the grease
particles into smaller molecules which allow an Ozone reaction to occur chemically. Like
combustion, high temperature separates the O-atoms in atmospheric Oxygen which then
bonds to the grease molecule causing oxidation. Similarly, in UVc technology, the extra
O-atom in the Ozone splits from the ozone molecule and attaches itself to grease molecule
causing oxidation but without the high temperature, which results in the reduction of duct
cleaning, cleaning costs and risks of potential grease fires.
The EcoArch Energy Efficient Ventilation UVc is manufactured with Type 201 Stainless
Steel; but, alternatively can be constructed using 200, 300 and 400 series stainless steel
without adversely affecting the UVc filtration system capabilities.
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Installation Instructions
Installation Instructions
INSTALLATION
REQUIREMENTS FOR
ALL
AVTEC ECOARCH
INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
HOODS
FOR ALLVENTILATION
AVTEC ECOARCH
VENTILATION HOODS
CANOPIES
CANOPIES
Avtec hoods are provided with adjustable hanging brackets designed to receive 1/2”
threaded rod with a 1/2” nut and washer. Supporting rods must be connected to all
factory supplied/installed brackets. Recommended hanging height is 6’-6” above
Avtec hoods are provided with adjustable hanging brackets designed to receive 1/2”
finished
floor for canopies.
threaded rod with a 1/2” nut and washer. Supporting rods must be connected to all factory
installed brackets. Recommended hanging height is 6’-6” above finished
floor for
ALL
AVTECLow
VENTILATION
SYSTEMS should
MUST BE
INSTALLED
IN ACCORDANCE
canopies.
side wall ventilators
be installed
directly
upon a AvtecWITH
base NFPAor on a
96,
REMOVAL
SMOKE
ANDthe
GREASE-LADEN
VAPORS
FROM
COMMERCIAL
COOKING
rerated
wall. IfOF
wall
mounted,
bottom of the vent
should
be 36”
above finished
floor.
EQUIPMENT.
ALL AVTEC VENTILATION SYSTEMS MUST BE INSTALLED IN ACCORWITH
NFPA-96,
OF SMOKE
AND may
GREASE-LADEN
1.DANCE
Check all
local codes
prior toREMOVAL
installation. Special
requirements
be necessary
VAPORS
FROM
COMMERCIAL
COOKING
EQUIPMENT.
depending upon building material construction.
2. Move crated hood to location of installation and very carefully uncrate hood.
1. Check all local codes prior to installation. Special requirements may be necessary
depending upon building material construction.
3. Raise hood to proper hanging height.
2. Move crated hood to location of installation and very carefully uncrate hood.
4. Suspend hood from adequate roof supports using 1/2” threaded rods with nuts and
3. Raise
hood(See
to proper
washers
Fig. 1).hanging height.
Suspend
hood
adequate
roof supports
5.4.Level
hood
leftfrom
to right
and front
to back. using 1/2" threaded rods with nuts
and washers (See Fig. 1).
6. Brackets are provided for hoods which are to be installed end to end or back to back.
5. Level hood left to right and front to back.
Bolt brackets together using 3/8” bolt through holes provided (See Fig. 2).
6. Brackets are provided for hoods which are to be installed end to end or back to back.
7. Install
C channel
where
the3/8
ends
of the
hoodholes
meetprovided
and install
moldings
Bolt brackets
together
using
" bolt
through
(SeeT Fig.
2). on front
face of hoods where they join. High temperature silicone can be used to install
channel
and T moldings
7. Install
C channel
where the(See
endsFig.
of 3).
the hood meet and install T moldings on front
face of hoods where they join. High temperature silicone can be used to install
channel
and T air
moldings
Fig. 3). collar with built-in UL listed damper and air
8. For
make-up
hoods,(See
the supply
volume damper must be installed per instructions on collar.
8. For make-up air hoods, the supply collar with built-in UL listed damper and
air volume damper must be installed per instructions on collar.
9. Provide a removable service door in supply duct near damper (See Fig. 4).
9. Provide a removable service door in supply duct near damper (See Fig. 4).
Figure 1
Figure 3
Figure 2
Figure 4
HANGER BRACKET DETAIL
S.S. NUT & BOLT
BY OTHERS
HANGER ROD
HANGER ROD
NUT
PRE-DRILLED
HOLE, ACCEPTS
UP TO 1/2"ÿ ROD
PRE-DRILLED
HOLE, ACCEPTS
5/16" BOLT
HOOD
ANGLE
HOOD FACE
INSULATED
SUPPLY DUCT
ACCESS
PANEL
T-MOLDING
EXHAUST DUCT
FLUID WELD
OF HOOD
C-CHANNEL
FIRE DAMPER &
VOLUME CONTROL
DAMPER
NOTE: HOLES DRILLED THROUGH HOOD ANGLE BY
INSTALLER AFTER BRACKET ATTACHMENT
POINTS HAVE BEEN DETERMINED.
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Installation Instructions
ECOARCH CANOPIES EQUIPPED If your EcoArch hood comes equipped with an UV assembly please refer to the following
WITH UV ASSEMBLY steps.
General CAUTIONS & Guidelines
• Installation of UV Exhaust canopies must be completed by HVAC ventilation system
contractors or employees trained and qualified to do ventilation hood and exhaust
system installation.
• All Fire Suppression System work must be completed by contractors or employees
trained and qualified to do commercial kitchen exhaust hood fire suppression system
installation.
• All work must conform to local and national building and NFPA 96 codes and
requirements.
• This document covers installation of the UV mechanical components and electric
connections.
• Electric work must be performed by licensed contractors in accordance with the
current National Electric Code and all national, regional and local codes that apply.
• Read and review these instructions BEFORE attempting to install this unit. For
best results, follow the installation sequence…as described.
Follow steps 1-7 as outlined for standard EcoArch canopy installation on page 5.
8. Install grease extractors as shown in (fig. 5 on pages 7-8). Be certain the extractors
are seated properly as the UVc bulb will not operate without safety contacts being
engaged.
9. Open door on face of canopy by twisting the supplied locking handle in order to install
UVc bulb per supplied diagram. Be certain to close door tightly and engage handle latch
in order to engage safety contacts. UVc bulb will not operate without safety contacts
engaged.
10. Check to see that pressure switch tubing is installed on the low port of switch and the
port on top of the hood located in the s/s enclosure.
11. Install power to UV system as described in Electrical section on page 9. See wiring
diagram (fig. 6 on page 10-12).
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Figure 5
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Installation Instructions
Figure 5 Continued
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Installation Instructions
UV ELECTRICAL Install Power
DANGER!
UV LIGHT BULBS GIVE OFF ULTRA VIOLET
LIGHT WHICH CAN BURN YOUR EYES.
ALWAYS USE CAUTION WHEN SERVICING
THE UV SYSTEM.
DANGER!
PLEASE USE CAUTION WHEN INSTALLING
OR SERVICING THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
FOR THE UV HOOD. ELECTRICAL SHOCK CAN
CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR EVEN DEATH!!!
ELECTRICAL WORK SHOULD ONLY BE DONE
BY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
PLEASE ADHERE TO ALL ELECTRICAL
NATIONAL, STATE, AND LOCAL CODES.
Locate the relay box on top of the hood. Inside the relay box locate terminal strip 1 (TS-1).
On terminal strip 1 connect a 115/60/1 – 20 amp service to terminals 1 and 2. THE 120V
POWER SOURCE CONNECTED TO THE RELAY BOX IS FOR THE HOOD CONTROL SYSTEM
AND UV LIGHTS ONLY. THIS POWER SOURCE IS NOT FOR THE CANOPY LIGHTS OR FANS.
Those systems require separate power sources.
Control Panel
The control panel will be mounted on the hood or remotely. If the control panel is mounted
on the hood no installation is required. If the control panel is located remotely then
installation is required.
Remote Located Control
• Locate terminal strip 2 (TS-2) in relay box located on top of the hood. This is where
the UV light switch will terminate. THE POWER AT (TS-2) IS 115V/1/60. Connect one
side of the switch to terminal 1 and the other side of the switch to terminal 2. Please
make sure the switch is connected to ground.
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Installation Instructions
Figure 6a
BALLAST BOX
RELAY BOX
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Figure 6b
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Installation Instructions
Figure 6c
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Installation Instructions
EXHAUST FAN & DUCT 1. Check all local codes prior to installation.
2. All exhaust fans are supplied with a hinge kit and grease box.
3. The exhaust fan curb should be installed directly above the hood if possible.
Always maintain the shortest duct run possible.
4. Cut hole and seal exhaust fan curb to roof.
5. Duct shall be sized to provide air velocities not exceeding 1200 FPM.
6. Install hinges and airline cable on exhaust fan cap and metal curb. Remember to leave
ample room for fan to tilt back. Fan will remain in tilted back position.
7. Install grease collection box on side of fan that has grease tube discharge.
8. The exhaust duct must be constructed of 16 gauge carbon steel or 18 gauge stainless
steel. All seems must be fluid welded.
9. A duct transition should be provided below exhaust fan inlet.
10. The exhaust duct must be fluid welded to hood collar.
11. Make all necessary electrical connections and check fan for proper rotation.
NOTE: Fan will exhaust air running in wrong direction.
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FOR CONTROL PANEL
(IF PROVIDED)
Installation Instructions
WALL ATTACHMENT Control panels optional with all baffle filter type and modular grease extractors.
Control panel dimensions and connection detail are shown on the enclosed shop drawing.
Panels may be surfaced mounted, partially recessed or fully recessed.
SURFACE MOUNTED Drill four holes in ventilator plumbing compartment as required. Be careful not to damage
any components. Avoid drilling into electrical compartments. Bolt to wall with anchor bolts
or other acceptable means. Weight of control panel varies from 90 to 200 lbs.
RECESSED MOUNTED Cut hole in wall 1/2” greater than overall dimensions of the control box (shown on shop
drawing). Spacers or support angles may be necessary to provide proper support. It is
recommended that the panel be bolted to wall similar to method used for surface mounted
above.
FRESH AIR SUPPLY FAN 1. Check all local codes prior to installation.
(see fig. 7 on page 15)
2. Supply fan inlet must be located to minimum 10’-0” from the exhaust fan. If 10’ is not
possible a 3’ vertical separation may* be acceptable.
3. Cut and seal supply fan curb to roof.
4. Duct shall be constructed of 22 or 24 gauge steel. Insulated duct material should be
used to eliminate frost and/or condensation.
5. Duct shall be sized to provide air velocities not exceeding 1200 FPM.
6. A volume control damper, provided in the duct just above the supply collar that contains
the UL listed re damper, should be properly set to supply CFM required.
7. If the hood is provided without the supply collar installed, it must be installed per the
instructions provided on the collar.
8. Carefully place the supply fan on roof curb. Face supply fan inlet away from prevailing
winter wind. Electrical back draft damper is recommended in cold climates.
9. Bolt or screw fan to fan curb.
10. Make all necessary electrical connections and check fan for proper rotation.
NOTE: Fan will supply air running in wrong direction.
*Dependent on local code requirements.
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FOR CONTROL PANEL
(IF PROVIDED)
Installation Instructions
Figure 7
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FOR SIDE SKIRTS
Installation Instructions
SIDE SKIRT INSTALLATION Pieces Provided: One or two side skirts may be provided.
REQUIRED (see fig. 8)
1. Side skirts are offset at the top and have a 90° bend inward at the rear.
2. Skirts are to overlap the outside of the hood. Bolts and acorn nuts should be attached
per the drawing (stainless bolts and acorn nuts supplied).
3. Skirt flange should be screwed to the wall (screws not provided).
Figure 8
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TOP ENCLOSURES
Installation Instructions
TOP ENCLOSURES INSTALLATION Pieces Provided: Enclosure panels are provided for exposed side(s) of hood(s).
OF ENCLOSURE PANELS
(see fig. 9) 1. Hoods ordered with enclosure panels will be shipped with clips installed on perimeter
of hood top where panels are to be installed.
2. Slide enclosure panel under clips.
3. If enclosure panels are installed on one or more hoods butted end to end, the butting
ends of the front enclosure panels should be bolted together.
Figure 9
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INSULATED STAINLESS
STEEL WALL PANELS
Installation Instructions
Pieces Provided: Insulated wall panel comes in multiple pieces.
INSULATED WALL PANEL 1. Install wall panels prior to hanging hood(s).
2. Install first panel at one end. Top of panel should be installed 6’-6” A.F.F. and level.
Screw panel to wall.
3. Install any additional panels
4. Caulk vertical seam with NSF approved silicone sealant.
5. When hood is hung it will rest on top panel.
NOTE: Be careful to not damage wall panel face when installing hood.
SINGLE THICKNESS WALL PANEL 1. Install wall panels prior to hanging hood(s).
2. Install seam strips at proper locations and screw to wall.
3. Apply glue to wall between seam strips.
4. Slip one end of wall panel into seam strip, pull out middle of panel and slip other end
of panel into other seam strip. Gently apply pressure over entire wall panel to secure to
wall. Wall bands for side walls are provide with 1” return bend, which is to be located
behind rear wall panels.
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Start/Check/Balance
DIRECT DRAW HOODS 1. Close all doors and windows.
2. Operate all exhaust fans, even fans serving other hoods, make-up air units and building
HVAC.
3. Turn on all cooking equipment under the hood to preheat to operating temperature.
4. Produce large quantities of smoke.
5. Observe capture of vapors.
6. If all vapors are not captured, increase exhaust fan RPM.
7. Check air pressure in kitchen. Pressure must be negative relative to dining room
pressure.
8. Air velocities entering the kitchen from the dining room should not exceed 100 FPM.
No air should be moving toward the dining area.
9. Repeat steps 6 and 7 until all vapors are captured.
10. Same as step 7 with bottom of next page.
NOTE: The exhaust and supply (if any) air flow rates were established under
controlled laboratory conditions, and greater exhaust and/or lesser supply air may
be required for complete vapor and smoke removal in specific installations.
MAKE-UP AIR HOODS 1. Open all doors and/or windows leading to outside.
Exhaust Fan(s)
2. Start the exhaust fan only. Do not run the supply fan or make-up unit.
3. Refer to drawings and/or UL information label on hood for proper CFM requirements.
4. Adjust speed of exhaust fan to obtain proper air velocities and CFM through grease
filters.
SUPPLY FAN OR 1. Start the supply fan and/or make-up unit only. Do not run the exhaust fan.
MAKE-UP AIR UNIT
2. Refer to drawings or UL information label on hood for proper CFM requirements.
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Final Air Balance
MAKE-UP AIR HOODS 1. Close all doors and windows.
2. Operate all exhaust fans even those serving other hoods, supply fans, make-up air unit
and building HVAC system.
3. Turn on all cooking equipment under the hood and preheat to operating temperature.
4. Produce large quantities of smoke or steam.
5. Observe capture of vapors.
6. If all vapors are not totally captured, fine tune the system by adjusting the air volume
control damper installed in the supply collar. Slightly reduce the amount of supply air
directed under the hood until full capture is obtained.
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Periodic Maintenance
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD! DISCONNECT
POWER BEFORE SERVICING. REPLACE ALL
PARTS AND PANELS BEFORE OPERATING.
FAILURE TO DO SO CAN RESULT IN DEATH
OR ELECTRICAL SHOCK.
CAUTION
MAKE SURE ALL COOKING EQUIPMENT, THE
EXHAUST HOOD AND UVC EXHAUST AIR
CLEANER HAVE BEEN TURNED OFF AND
ALLOWED TO COOL. HOT EQUIPMENT CAN
CAUSE BURNS.
CAUTION
USE STEP LADDER OR OTHER STABLE
PLATFORM TO PROVIDE EASY ACCESS TO
THE INTERIOR OR THE UVC LAMP CABINET.
DO NOT STAND ON COOKING EQUIPMENT
TO SERVICE THE UVC. FALLS CAN CAUSE
SERIOUS INJURIES.
1. Baffle Filters
Filters should be removed and cleaned at least weekly, depending on hours of operation.
Filters may be cleaned by soaking in a strong detergent solution or running thru a
dishwasher. When replacing, make sure filters and handles are running vertically, and
filters are seated properly.
2. Modular Grease Extractors
Modules should be removed and cleaned at least weekly, depending on hours of
operation. Modules may be cleaned with a brush and a strong detergent solution or
run thru the dishwasher. When replacing modules, make sure they are seated properly.
3. Grease Trough
Should be checked weekly for grease build up and cleaned with strong detergent if
necessary.
4. Grease Collection Receptacle
Should be emptied at least once a day and cleaned daily with a strong detergent.
5. Hood Canopy
A. Inside hood canopy should be wiped down as needed. The area at the exhaust
intake openings should be wiped down daily.
B. Inspect inside of extraction chamber at least weekly to insure proper cleaning and
that the trough and access door are free of foreign matter.
6. UV Preventative Maintenance
Clean the UV lamp at the same time the grease extractors are being cleaned (or daily),
wipe down the UV lamp exterior using a dry towel and a non-detergent cleaning agent
such as sanitizing solution or white vinegar.
IMPORTANT: Do not allow cleaner to run into lamp fittings or socket enclosures.
IMPORTANT: UV System will not work properly without daily cleaning of the UV lamp.
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Parts List
EcoArch Parts
ITEM NO.
AVTEC PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
HD HDL010
4” Chrome Handle
2
AS SEAL395
3/8” Quickseal
3
AS GLB0201
Incandescent Work Light Globe
4
AS FIX0201
Incandescent Work Light Cage
5
AS LGT1220
3’-0” Fluorescent Work Light
6
AS LGT1420
4’-0” Fluorescent Work Light
7
AS LGT1020
2’-0” Fluorescent Work Light
8
AS LGT9901
Recessed Incandescent Work Light
UV Parts
22
ITEM NO.
AVTEC PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
AS SEAL1001
Sight Glass
2
EL BLS1101
Ballast, UVC Lamp, 115V
3
EL CNT1104
Connector, UV Lamp
4
EL CON1001
Magnetic Contacts
5
EL FUS0205
1 amp Fuse
6
EL FUS0307
10 amp Fuse
7
EL FUS1101
3 amp Fuse
8
EL GRM1101
Grommet, UV Lamp Socket Heat Resistant
9
EL RLY0327
IDEC Base
10
EL RLY0801
24V IDEC Relay SPDT
11
EL SCK1101
Socket, UV Lamp
12
EL SCK1102
Socket Retaining Nut, UV Lamp
13
EL SWT1001
Door Safety Switch
14
EL SWT1003
Airflow Proving Switch
15
EL TRN0304
24V Transformer
16
EL TUB1101
Lamp, 150W UV
17
HD HDL0601
Locking Door Handle
18
HD HIN2078
Hinge
19
IN GSK1105
Gasket, UV Door
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Service Log
Model No:
Purchased From:
Serial No:
Location:
Date Purchased:
Date Installed:
Purchase Order No:
For Service Call:
Date
Service Performed
Performed By
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