Operating Manual LUXOR S 400

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Operating Manual LUXOR S 400

Operating Manual

CE

LUXOR S 400

Dry air generator

03/2006 008/06

768B-00.0.EN V3.1


3 Technical specifications

Specifications LUXOR S 400

3.3 Specifications

3.3.1 Dimensions of the dry air generator

NOTE

Please observe the minimum clearance around the dry air generator.

Fig. 3.2 – Dimensions and minimum clearances in mm (inch)

[A] Work area

[B] Removal depth, filter cartridge

[C] Passage

[D] Cooler air outlet clearance

[1] Regeneration air outlet

[2] Connection, dry (process) air (to drying hopper)

[3] Connection, return air (from drying hopper)

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5 Structure and function

5.1 Structure of the dry air generator

Fig. 5.1 – Inner view, dry air generator

[A] Rear view

[B] Front view

[1] Dry (process) air (to drying hopper)

[2] Entrance, regeneration air with filter grid

[3] Regeneration air exit

[4] Heat exchanger, regeneration air

[5] Switching valves, drying register

[6] Regeneration air heater

[7] Drying agent cartridge 1

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Structure of the dry air generator

[8] Switching valves, bottom drying register

[9] Regeneration air blower

[10] Dry (process) air blower

[11] Drying agent cartridge 2

[12] Return air (from drying hopper)

[13] Dry air filter

[14] Regeneration air cooler

[15] Switching valves (regeneration air/cooling air)

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5.2 The drying process

Fig. 5.2 – Function diagram

[1] Dry (process) air (to drying hopper)

[2] Entrance, regeneration air with filter grid

[3] Regeneration air exit

[4] Heat exchanger, regeneration air

[5] Top switching valves

[6] Regeneration air heater

[7] Drying agent cartridge 1

[8] Bottom switching valves

NOTE

Drying register

[9] Dry (process) air blower

[10] Regeneration air blower

[11] Drying agent cartridge 2

[12] Return air (from drying hopper)

[13] Dry air filter

[14] Regeneration air cooler

[15] Switching valves (regeneration air/cooling air)

[16] Dry hopper (not included with equipment supplied)

The two drying agent cartridges [7, 11] with the top and bottom switching valves [5, 8]

are designated the drying register.

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Structure and function 5

The drying process

The dry air generation uses a two cartridge system to continually remove humidity from the hygroscopic

plastic granulate down to a residual humidity of 0.02 % or less.

Both drying agent cartridges [7, 11] compliment each other in their function: While one drying agent

cartridge dries out the returned air, the other drying agent cartridge regenerates.

Drying

The dry (process) air blower [9] pulls in humid return air through the upstream dry air filter [13] from

the drying hopper [16] containing the plastic granulate to be dried . The blower pushes the return air

through the bottom switching valve [8] to the drying agent cartridge 2 [11]. The drying agent (adsorption

agent) within draws out the humidity from the air. The dried air, now called dry (process) air,

passes through the top switching valve [5] back into the drying hopper [16] and remains there for drying.

Regeneration

At the same time, the drying agent cartridge 1 [7] is subject to a regeneration process, until the saturated

drying agent is regenerated. The regeneration air blower [10] pushes air, called regeneration

air, through the regeneration circuit to the regeneration air heater [6]. The regeneration air, which has

been heated to 250 °C (480 °F), flows through the drying agent cartridge 1 [7], thus regenerating the

drying agent by the regeneration air taking up the humidity within the drying agent. Humid regeneration

air is drawn off to the normal air via the regeneration air heat exchanger [4]. At the same time,

the regeneration air blower [10] pulls in normal air from outside. The regeneration air heat exchanger

[4] warms up the normal air, before it enters the regeneration circuit.

Cooling

After regeneration with hot regeneration air, the temperature of the drying agent cartridge 1 [7] is too

high to be able to be used for drying. Therefore, the regeneration circuit must be cooled after regeneration

of the drying agent. The regeneration air heater [6] switches off as soon as drying agent cartridge

1 [7] has reached the "regeneration" reference temperature. Now, the regeneration air/cooling

air circuits [15] short circuit the regeneration circuit, and the connection to normal air is interrupted.

This offers the advantage that no humidity can enter the regeneration circuit from the normal air. The

regeneration air flows in a closed regeneration circuit through the regeneration cooler [14] and cools

the regeneration circuit to the "cooling" reference temperature.

Should the cycle time for drying agent cartridge 2 [11] not yet have been reached, the fan and the

regeneration air blower [10] switch themselves off. Only when the cycle time for drying with drying

agent cartridge 2 [11] has elapsed does the system switch: drying agent cartridge 2 [11] regenerates,

drying agent cartridge 1 [7] dries.

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9.3 Maintenance entrance points

Fig. 9.1 – Maintenance entrance points, overview

[1] Compressed air filter

[2] Dry air filter

[3] Pneumatic cylinder

[4] Air pressure monitor for dry air filter

[5] Filter sieve at regeneration air inlet

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Maintenance entrance points

[6] Temperature limiter

[7] Air pressure monitor for regeneration air heater

[8] Regeneration air heater

[9] Drying agent cartridges with adsorption material

[10] Temperature sensor

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Every three years

9.5 Maintenance work

9.5.1 Clean the dry air filter

Clean or exchange the dry air filter through the opening in the front panel of the unit.

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Maintenance work

Component Activity Target value/Meaning Qualification

Adsorption agent (drying

agent cartridges)

� Prepare the dry air generator for maintenance (see “Maintenance and repair“ on Page 46.

� Unscrew the wing nut [1] with the cover [2].

Exchange See Page 54 Specialist

personnel

Temperature sensor Exchange See Page 65 Specialist

personnel

Air pressure monitor for

regeneration air heater

Fig. 9.2 – Remove the filter cartridge

� Unscrew the hexagonal nut [3] and remove the filter cartridge [4] from the housing.

CAUTION!

WARNING!

Exchange Flow monitor, see Page 67 Specialist

personnel

[1] Wing nut

[2] Cover

[3] Hexagonal nut

[4] Filter cartridge

MATERIAL DAMAGE!

On blowing out the dry air filter housing, impurities may be blown into the drying agent.

� Therefore, do not blow out the dry air filter housing with compressed air.

� Vacuum the dry air filter housing.

DANGER TO HEALTH!

Dust is whipped up when the filter cartridge is blown out!

� Wear protective glasses and a dust protection mask.

� Blow out the filter cartridge in an outwards direction using compressed air.

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Fig. 9.3 – Cleaning the filter cartridge

� Assemble in reverse order of disassembly.

NOTE

Disposing of the filter cartridge

Dispose of the filter cartridge as special waste in accordance with local regulations.

9.5.2 Checking the air pressure monitor for the regeneration air of the heater

[1] Air pressure monitor

[2] Measuring tube

[3] Heater enclosure

Fig. 9.4 – Checking the air pressure monitor for the regeneration air of the heater

� Prepare the dry air generator for maintenance (see “Maintenance and repair“ on Page 46).

� Remove the back panel of the unit.

� Unscrew the hose [2] on the pressure side of the heater enclosure [3].

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� Switch the dry air generator on.

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� The air pressure monitor [1] is working properly, when the alarm lamp illuminates and the message

"Alarm: No Regeneration air flow" appears in the display.

� Screw the measuring tube [2] back on the nipple on the heater enclosure [3].

� The alarm message disappears and the alarm has been canceled.

� Disconnect the dry air generator from the power supply.

� Attach the rear panel of the unit.

NOTE

Replacing the air pressure monitor

For a description of how to replace the air pressure monitor, please refer to Chapter

“Replacing the air pressure monitor for the heater regeneration air“ on Page 67.

9.5.3 Checking the air pressure monitor for the dry air filter

[1] Air pressure monitor

[2] Hose

[3] Dry air filter

Fig. 9.5 – Checking the air pressure monitor for the dry air filter

� Prepare the dry air generator for maintenance (see “Maintenance and repair“ on Page 46).

� Remove the lower front panel.

� Unscrew the hose [2] on the pressure side of the dry air filter [3].

� Switch the dry air generator on.

� Blow lightly in the hose (approx. 5 s).

� The air pressure monitor [1] is working properly, when the alarm lamp illuminates and the message

"Alarm: Clean filter" appears in the display.

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� Screw the hose [2] back on the nipple of the dry air filter [3].

� The alarm message disappears and the alarm has been canceled.

� Disconnect the dry air generator from the power supply.

� Replace the lower front panel.

9.5.4 Checking the resistance of the regeneration air heater

� Prepare the dry air generator for maintenance (see “Maintenance and repair“ on Page 46).

� No power supply is required to measure resistance.

� Remove the back panel of the unit.

� Measure the resistance on terminal strip –X13E1.

� The resistance must be about 34 �.

Power Voltage Resistance

9 kW 230/400 V approx. 34 �

Fig. 9.6 – Measure resistance

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Maintenance work

9.5.5 Checking/exchanging the temperature limiter

The temperature limiter is located in the radiator at the bottom end of the regeneration air heater.

The capillary line [4] firmly connected the capillary sensor [1] with the temperature limiter.

Fig. 9.7 – Fixing the temperature limiter, capillary sensor

Removal

� Prepare the dry air generator for maintenance (see “Maintenance and repair“ on Page 46).

� Remove the back panel of the unit.

� Slacken the screw [3] and remove the locking varnish.

� Pull out the capillary sensor on the capillary line [4] and remove with the spring [2].

� Switch the dry air generator on.

� Using the hot air blower (no flames), warm up the capillary sensor [1] until an alarm trigger.

� The temperature limiter must trip, i.e. the regeneration air heater switches off automatically.

The alarm lap illuminates and the message: "Alarm: Regeneration temp. switch tripped out"

appears in the display.

� If no alarm is tripped, the temperature limiter is defective and must be replaced.

� If necessary, unlock the temperature limiter (see “Unlocking temperature limiter“ on Page 68).

If the alarm is still pending after resetting the temperature limiter, then this can have one of many

causes:

� The temperature limiter is defective and must be replaced, or

� The temperature on the capillary sensor is still to high.

� Wait until the capillary sensor has cooled down.

[1] Capillary sensor

[2] Spring

[3] Screw

[4] Capillary line

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Installation

� Carry out installation in a logical, reverse order.

� Guide the capillary sensor and spring [2] with the capillary line into the heater. Fix the end of the

spring with the screw [3].

NOTE

Make sure that the capillary line is not bent in any way and is not trapped by the screw.

Connecting the temperature limiter: See “Circuit diagrams“ on Page 95.

� Disconnect the dry air generator from the power supply.

� Attach the rear panel of the unit.

9.5.6 Replacing the adsorption agent (drying agent)

WARNING!

NOTE

NOTE

DANGER TO HEALTH!

The activated adsorption agent generates heat in contact with water.

Burns to the skin and drying out of the skin may occur.

The dust may also cause respiratory problems.

There is a danger of irritation of the eyes.

� Wear protective gloves.

� Wear a respirator.

� Wear safety goggles.

Observe the safety datasheet on the absorption agent (drying agent/molecular sieve)

in “Safety instruction, adsorption agent“ on Page 93 .

Disposal of the adsorption agent

Used adsorption agents may contain impurities. Dispose of used adsorption agents

as special waste in accordance with local regulations.

Fig. 9.8 – Replacing the adsorption agent

[1] Filler opening cover

[2] Insulation

[3] Protective enclosure

[4] Adsorption agent

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Maintenance work

� Prepare the dry air generator for maintenance (see “Maintenance and repair“ on Page 46

� “Maintenance and repair“ on Page 46

� Remove the back panel of the unit.

� Open the protective enclosure over the insulation [3].

� Separate the insulation [2] at the joint.

� Remove the screws on the filler opening cover [1] and remove the cover with the gasket.

� Remove the silicone residues on the filler opening, cover and gasket.

� Extract the adsorption agent [4] completely with a vacuum cleaner.

Structure

� Add new adsorption agent (35 kg / 77 lb per drying agent cartridge).

� Check that the gasket is undamaged. Replace a damaged gasket.

� Screw the filler opening cover [1] in place and seal the filler opening with silicone.

� Seal the insulation [2] with aluminum foil.

� Close the protective enclosure over the insulation [3].

� Attach the rear panel of the unit.

9.5.7 Emptying the compressed air filter and/or condensate tank

CAUTION!

FUNCTIONAL ERRORS!

If the level of the condensate tank is above the top mark, then condensate may

ingress into the pressure controller and cause functional errors (setting errors).

� Empty the condensate tank before the condensate reaches the top mark.

[1] Plastic button

Fig. 9.9 – Empty the condensate tank

� Press the plastic button [1] until the condensate tank is empty.

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9.6 Repair work

NOTE

9.6.1 Replacing the top pneumatic cylinder on the drying register

Removal

Special tool

To remove the pneumatic cylinders, you require a special tool which can be obtained

from your local Motan contact:

fork wrench, WAF 32, article number: 4069600.

[1] Silicone collar

[2] T piece (infeed air)

[3] Hose (inflow air)

[4] Cover plates

[5] Pneumatic cylinder

Fig. 9.10 – Disconnect hoses and cover plates

� Prepare the dry air generator for maintenance (see “Additional information for repair work“ on

Page 46).

� Remove the back panel of the unit.

� Label the pneumatic hoses on the pneumatic cylinders [5].

� Disconnect the pneumatic hoses on the pneumatic cylinders [5].

� Disconnect the hose (dry (process) air) [3] and pull it off.

� Slacken the silicone collars [1] on the T piece (dry (process) air) [2] and slide it towards the T piece

(dry (process) air) [2].

� Remove the T piece (dry (process) air) [2].

� Remove the cover plates [4] and the insulation under the cover plates.

Fig. 9.11 – Remove top switching valves

[6] Switching valve, drying register

[7] Wide clip and silicone collar

[8] T piece (regeneration air)

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Repair work

� Remove the wide clips [7] and slide the silicone collars towards the T piece (regeneration air) [8].

� Unscrew the eight screws on every switching valve [6] and remove the top switching valves.

CAUTION!

� Move the piston rod to center position.

MATERIAL DAMAGE!

Parts which fall into the drying agent cartridge can cause operational faults.

� Make sure that no parts fall into the drying agent cartridge.

Fig. 9.12 – Removing the pneumatic cylinder

[5] Pneumatic cylinder

[9] Counternut

[10] Valve plunger seal

[11] Stop nut

[12] Contact surface of the piston rod

[13] Locknut

� Slacken the counternut [9]. Using a forked wrench (WAF 8), push against the contact surface of

the piston rod [12].

� Remove the valve rocker seal [10] including the supporting rings and spacer sleeve from the piston

rod.

� Unscrew the stop nut [11]. Using a forked wrench (WAF 8), push against the contact surface of

the piston rod [12].

� Slacken the locknut [13] and unscrew the pneumatic cylinder [5] from the switching valve.

NOTE

To slacken the counternut [9], you can push against the contact surface of the piston

rod [12] with an open-ended wrench (WAF 8).

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Installation

Fig. 9.13 – Installing the pneumatic cylinder

� Screw in the pneumatic cylinder [5] to the stop. Then, turn it back a quarter turn and secure the

pneumatic cylinder by tightening the locknut [13] using the special tool (WAF 32).

� Check that it is still possible to turn the pneumatic cylinder [5].

� It must be possible to turn the pneumatic cylinder.

� Screw on the counternut [11]. Using a forked wrench (WAF 8), push against the contact surface

of the piston rod [12].

Fig. 9.14 – Mounting the valve rocker seal

� Install the valve rocker seal [10] together with the supporting plates and spacer sleeve.

� Tighten the counternut [9]. Using a forked wrench (WAF 8), push against the contact surface of

the piston rod [11].

� Check that the valve rocker seal [10] can still be tilted.

� The valve rocker seal [10] must tilt axially.

� Check the position of the valve rocker seal [10].

� The valve rocker seal [10] must seal at the valve housing in both positions.

� Assemble in reverse order of disassembly.

[5] Pneumatic cylinder

[11] Stop nut

[12] Contact surface of the piston rod

[13] Locknut

[9] Counternut

[10] Valve plunger seal

[11] Stop nut

[12] Contact surface of the piston rod

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9.6.2 Replacing the bottom pneumatic cylinder on the drying register

Removal

Fig. 9.15 – Remove bottom switching valves

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Repair work

� Prepare the dry air generator for maintenance (see “Additional information for repair work“ on

Page 46).

� Remove the back panel of the unit.

� Label the pneumatic hoses on the pneumatic cylinders [5].

� Slacken the pneumatic hoses on the pneumatic cylinders [5].

� Slacken the hose [7] and pull it in

� Slacken the silicone collar [2] pull the T piece (dry (process) air) [1] down.

� Remove the wide clips [4] and slide the silicone collars towards the T piece (regeneration air) [6].

� Unscrew the eight screws on every switching valve and remove the bottom switching valves.

Fig. 9.16 – Removing the pneumatic cylinder

� Move the piston rod to center position.

[1] T piece (infeed air)

[2] Silicone collar

[3] Switching valve, drying register

[4] Wide clip with silicone collar

[5] Pneumatic cylinder

[6] T piece (regeneration air)

[7] Hose

[5] Pneumatic cylinder

[9] Counternut

[10] Valve plunger seal

[11] Stop nut

[12] Contact surface of the piston rod

[13] Locknut

� Slacken the counternut [9]. Using a forked wrench (WAF 8), push against the contact surface of

the piston rod [12].

� Remove the valve rocker seal [10] including the supporting rings and spacer sleeve from the piston

rod.

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� Unscrew the stop nut [11]. Using a forked wrench (WAF 8), push against the contact surface of

the piston rod [12].

� Slacken the locknut [13] and unscrew the pneumatic cylinder [5] from the switching valve.

NOTE

Installation

To slacken the counternut [9], you can push against the contact surface of the piston

rod [12] with an open-ended wrench (WAF 8).

Fig. 9.17 – Installing the pneumatic cylinder

� Screw in the pneumatic cylinder [5] to the stop. Then, turn it back a quarter turn and secure the

pneumatic cylinder by tightening the locknut [13] using the special tool (WAF 32).

� Check that it is still possible to turn the pneumatic cylinder [5].

� It must be possible to turn the pneumatic cylinder.

� Screw on the counternut [11]. Using a forked wrench (WAF 8), push against the contact surface

of the piston rod [12].

Fig. 9.18 – Mounting the valve rocker seal

[5] Pneumatic cylinder

[11] Stop nut

[12] Contact surface of the piston rod

[13] Locknut

[9] Counternut

[10] Valve plunger seal

[11] Stop nut

[12] Contact surface of the piston rod

� Install the valve rocker seal [10] together with the supporting plates and spacer sleeve.

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Repair work

� Tighten the counternut [9]. Using a forked wrench (WAF 8), push against the contact surface of

the piston rod [11].

� Check that the valve rocker seal [10] can still be tilted.

� The valve rocker seal [10] must tilt axially.

� Check the position of the valve rocker seal [10].

� The valve rocker seal [10] must seal at the valve housing in both positions.

� Assemble in reverse order of disassembly.

9.6.3 Replacing the pneumatic cylinder of the regeneration air circuit

Removal

Fig. 9.19 – Removing hoses

� Prepare the dry air generator for maintenance (see “Additional information for repair work“ on

Page 46).

� Remove the lower front panel.

� Label the pneumatic hoses on the pneumatic cylinders [8].

� Slacken the pneumatic hoses on the pneumatic cylinders [8].

� Slacken the hoses [2] and [6] on the regeneration air/cooling air switching valve [1].

� Slacken the large strip clamp and silicone sleeve [3] on the heat exchanger nozzle.

� Slacken the four hoses on the retainer panel and remove the regeneration air/cooling air switching

valve [1].

� Slacken the hose [5] on the regeneration air/cooling air switching valve [7].

� Slacken the wide clips and silicone collars [3] on the regeneration air/cooling air switching

valve [7].

� Remove the regeneration air/cooling air switching valve [7].

[1] Regeneration air/cooling air switching valve (upstream of

regeneration air cooler)

[2] Hose (entry to regeneration air cooler)

[3] Wide clip and silicone collar

[4] Heat exchanger

[5] Hose (exit from regeneration air cooler)

[6] Hose (from drying register)

[7] Regeneration air/cooling air switching valve (upstream of

regeneration air blower)

[8] Pneumatic cylinder

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Installation position of the regeneration air/cooling air switching valves

[A] Hose flange: To regeneration air

blower

[B] Hose flange: From the regeneration

air cooler

[C] Hose flange: Heat exchanger

entry, regeneration air

[7] Regeneration air/cooling air

switching valve upstream of

regeneration air blower

Fig. 9.20 – Installation position of the regeneration air/cooling air switching valve upstream of regeneration air

blower

[A] Hose flange: From the drying register

[B] Hose flange: To the regeneration air cooler

[C] Hose flange: Heat exchanger exit, regeneration air

[1] Regeneration air/cooling air switching valve upstream of

regeneration air cooler

Fig. 9.21 – Installation position of the regeneration air/cooling air switching valve upstream of the regeneration

air cooler (in the diagram, the valve is rotated 90° to the left around the vertical axis)

NOTE

The following descriptions apply for both regeneration air/cooling air switching valves,

shown as an example at the regeneration air/cooling air switching valve upstream of

the regeneration air blower [7].

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Fig. 9.22 – Removing the pneumatic cylinder

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Repair work

� Dismantle the hose flange [A] and [C] from the switching valves, including the silicone seal.

� Pull out the piston rod completely.

� Unscrew the counternut [13]. Using a forked wrench (WAF 8), push against the contact surface of

the piston rod [10].

� Remove the valve rocker seal [12] including the supporting rings from the piston rod.

� Unscrew the stop nut [11].

NOTE

� Push the piston rod in completely.

� Slacken the locknut [9] using the special tool (WAF 32).

� Unscrew the pneumatic cylinder [8].

Installation

[A] Hose flange: To the regeneration blower or from

the drying register

[B] Hose flange: From/to the regeneration air cooler

[C] Hose flange: Heat exchanger entry/exit, regeneration

air

[7] Regeneration air/cooling air switching valve

upstream of regeneration air blower

[8] Pneumatic cylinder

[9] Locknut

[10] Contact surface of the piston rod

[11] Stop nut

[12] Valve rocker seal with supporting rings

[13] Counternut

To slacken the stop nut [11], you can push against the contact surface of the piston

rod [10] with a forked wrench (WAF 8).

Fig. 9.23 – Installing the pneumatic cylinder

[A] Hose flange: To the regeneration blower or from the

drying register

[B] Hose flange: From/to the regeneration air cooler

[C] Hose flange: Heat exchanger entry/exit, regeneration

air

[7] Regeneration air/cooling air switching valve upstream

of regeneration air blower

[8] Pneumatic cylinder

[9] Locknut

[10] Contact surface of the piston rod

[11] Stop nut

� Screw in the pneumatic cylinder [8] to the stop. Then, turn it back a quarter turn and secure the

pneumatic cylinder by tightening the locknut [9] using the special tool (WAF 32).

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� Check that it is still possible to turn the pneumatic cylinder [8].

� It must be possible to turn the pneumatic cylinder.

� Screw on the stop nut [11].

NOTE

To slacken the stop nut [11], you can push against the contact surface of the piston

rod [10] with a forked wrench (WAF 8).

� Pull out the piston rod completely.

Fig. 9.24 – Mounting the valve rocker seal

� Slide the valve rocker seal [12] with the supporting rings onto the piston rod up to the stop nut [11].

CAUTION!

� Screw on a new counternut [13]. In so doing, push against the contact surface of the piston rod

[10] using a forked wrench (WAF 8) and tighten the counternut.

� It must be possible to turn the valve rocker seal.

[7] Regeneration air/cooling air switching

valve upstream of regeneration air blower

[8] Pneumatic cylinder

[9] Locknut

[10] Contact surface of the piston rod

[11] Stop nut

[12] Valve rocker seal with supporting rings

[13] Counternut

MATERIAL DAMAGE!

Tightening the counternut too much can damage the valve rocker seal.

� Make sure that the valve rocker seal is not squeezed.

Fig. 9.25 – Checking the position of the valve rocker seal

[12] Valve rocker seal with supporting rings

[14] Hose flange

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� Push the piston rod in completely.

� Mount the hose flange [14] with the silicone gasket on the switching valve.

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Repair work

� Tighten the screws of the hose flange [14] to an extent that it is still possible to move the hose

flange.

� Pull the piston right out so the valve rocker seal [12] is fully forward and sealed as shown in the

diagram.

� Tighten the screws of the hose flange [14 in this position.

� The valve rocker seal [12] must be centrally positioned on the hose flange [14].

NOTE

� Assemble in reverse order of disassembly.

9.6.4 Replacing the temperature sensor

The dry air generator contains two temperature sensors:

� Regeneration air heater temperature sensor

� Monitoring temperature sensor, regeneration air/cooling end (regeneration end/cool end).

NOTE

Removal

The valve rocker seal must contact the retaining panel centrally with the regeneration

air/cooling air switching valve downstream of the regeneration air cooler [1].

The following description for installation/removal is valid for both temperature sensor.

Fig. 9.26 – Regeneration air heater temperature sensor

[1] Temperature sensor

[2] Nozzle

[3] Clamping screw

[4] Pipe

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The temperature probe for monitoring is installed in the T-piece between the two bottom drying register

switching valves:

[1] Temperature sensor

[2] Nozzle

[3] Clamping screw

[4] Pipe (T piece)

Fig. 9.27 – Temperature sensor monitoring of regeneration air/cooling air end

� Prepare the dry air generator for maintenance (see “Additional information for repair work“ on

Page 46).

� Remove the back panel of the unit.

� Slacken the clamping screw [3] and pull the temperature sensor [1] out of the nozzle [2].

Installation

� Guide the temperature sensor [1] in the nozzle [2].

NOTE

CAUTION!

Insert the temperature sensor [1], so that the slit is parallel to the air flow direction and

is approximately in the center of the pipe [4].

MATERIAL DAMAGE!

Tightening the clamping screw too much can damage the temperature sensor.

� Make sure that the temperature sensor is not deformed.

� Using the clamping screw [3], clamp the temperature sensor [1] in this position.

� Attach the rear panel of the unit.

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9.6.5 Replacing the air pressure monitor for the heater regeneration air

[1] Air pressure monitor

[2] Pressure hoses

[3] Cables

[4] Strain relief

Fig. 9.28 – Replacing the air pressure monitor for the heater regeneration air

Maintenance and repair 9

Repair work

� Prepare the dry air generator for maintenance (see “Additional information for repair work“ on

Page 46).

� Remove the back panel of the unit.

� Label the pressure hoses [2] and disconnect them.

� Remove the cover.

� Label the cables [3] and disconnect them.

� Slacken the screws of the strain relief [4].

� Unscrew the compressed air monitor.

� Carry out the installation of the new air pressure monitor in a logical, reverse order.

� At the end carry out a function test (see Kapitel “Checking the air pressure monitor for the regeneration

air of the heater“ on Page 50).

NOTE

You can find additional information on the connection of the air pressure monitor in the

circuit diagram.

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Repair work LUXOR S 400

9.6.6 Unlocking temperature limiter

DANGER!

� Push the button [1] in the direction of the arrow.

ELECTRIC SHOCK!

High voltages can cause life-threatening currents in the body and injury from electric

shock.

� Allow only trained and qualified electrical technicians to work on the electrical system.

� Before any electrical work disconnect the unit from the power supply and lock to

prevent unauthorized persons switching it on.

Fig. 9.29 – Unlocking temperature limiter

NOTE

[1] Button

Before unlocking, the temperature limiter must have cooled down.

This can take several minutes, depending on the operating situation.

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9.6.7 Resetting the power switch for motors

DANGER!

NOTE

ELECTRIC SHOCK!

Maintenance and repair 9

Repair work

High voltages can cause life-threatening currents in the body and injury from electric

shock.

� Allow only trained and qualified electrical technicians to work on the electrical system.

� Before any electrical work disconnect the unit from the power supply and lock to

prevent unauthorized persons switching it on.

Before resetting the power switch, determine the cause of why it tripped and correct

the fault.

Fig. 9.30 – Resetting the power switch of the blower motors

Power switch Setting value

Dry (process) air blower 9.5 A

Regeneration air blower 2.4 A

[1] Power switch for the dry (process)

air blower

[2] Power switch for the regeneration

air blower

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Repair work LUXOR S 400

9.6.8 Resetting the power switch for regeneration air heating

DANGER!

NOTE

ELECTRIC SHOCK!

High voltages can cause life-threatening currents in the body and injury from electric

shock.

� Allow only trained and qualified electrical technicians to work on the electrical system.

� Before any electrical work disconnect the unit from the power supply and lock to

prevent unauthorized persons switching it on.

Before resetting the power switch, determine the cause of why it tripped and correct

the fault.

Fig. 9.31 – Resetting the regeneration air heater power switch

Power switch Setting value

Regeneration air heater 13 A

[1] Power switch for the regeneration

air blower

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10 Decommissioning and disposal

Disposal of unit parts LUXOR S 400

10.2 Disposal of unit parts

CAUTION!

Dispose of unit parts as follows:

DANGER TO PEOPLE AND THE ENVIRONMENT!

Through incorrect disposal of operating fluids.

Incorrect disposal of operating fluids endangers people and damages the environment.

� Dispose of the unit parts and operating fluids sorted and correctly.

� Follow the manufacturer's directions.

Component Disposal

Drying agent (adsorption agent) � According to instructions

Dry air filter � According to instructions

Hoses � Plastic waste

Insulation � Special waste

Blower � Scrap iron

Cables and electrical parts � Electrical waste

Remaining parts of drier � Scrap iron

Controller � Electronic waste

NOTE

Disposal of drying agents/dry air filters

Used drying agents may contain impurities. Dispose of used drying agents in accordance

with local regulations.

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11 Options

11.1 Dew point display

The dew point display [1] displays the current dew point of the dry (process) air.

Fig. 11.1 – Dew point display on front of unit

NOTE

11.1.1 Dew point display

� In the basic screen of the LOGO controller press the arrow key �.

� The "dew point display" screen appears.

� In the "dew point display" screen press the arrow key �.

� The basic screen of the LOGO controller appears.

[1] Dew point display

Options 11

Dew point display

The dew point display is solely intended for display purposes. No values can be

entered. The displayed value has no influence on the drying sequence.

The display range is between -100 °C and +16 °C (-148 °F and 63 °F).

Fig. 11.2 – Basic screen of the LOGO controller and dew point display

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Dew point display LUXOR S 400

11.1.2 Maintenance work

Prepare the dry air generator for maintenance and repair work as described in „Before starting work“

on Page 46.

Fig. 11.3 – Fig. 56: Dew point display sensor

The dew point display does not require any maintenance. To guarantee the accuracy of the display

Motan GmbH recommends replacing the sensor [1] every two years.

11.1.3 Spare parts

[1] Dew point display sensor

[2] PTFE hose

[3] PU tube

Item Unit Designation Article no. Remarks

1 1 Dew point display sensor 4158350

2 rm PTFE hose 4044600

3 rm PU tube 4037050

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11.2 Fine dust filter

Options 11

Fine dust filter

The fine dust filter offers additional process safety for sensitive applications, such as CD or cable production.

The fine dust filter holds any sporadic impurities back, which could, for example, come from

the drying agent.

11.2.1 Connecting the process air hoses

NOTE

11.2.2 Maintenance work

Prepare the dry air generator for maintenance and repair work as described in „Before starting work“

on Page 46.

Annually

Connect the drying hopper with the dry air generator only when you have checked the

rotation direction of the dry (process) air blower or discover that the drying hopper is

empty. See „Transport and setup“ on Page 17.

Fig. 11.4 – Connection to the drying hopper (example)

[1] Dry (process) air

[2] Return air

[3] Fine dust filter

Component Activity Qualification

Fine dust filter Clean, as necessary Operator

Fig. 11.5 – Remove the filter cartridge

[1] Wing nut

[2] Cover

[3] Hexagonal nut

[4] Filter cartridge

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Fine dust filter LUXOR S 400

� Unscrew the wing nut [1] with the cover [2].

� Unscrew the hexagonal nut [3] and remove the filter cartridge [4] from the housing.

CAUTION!

WARNING!

� Blow out the filter cartridge in an outwards direction using compressed air.

� Assemble in reverse order of disassembly.

11.2.3 Spare parts

MATERIAL DAMAGE!

When you blow out the fine dust filter housing, impurities maybe blown into other parts

of the dry air generator.

� Therefore, do not blow out the fine dust filter housing with compressed air.

� Vacuum the fine dust filter housing.

DANGER TO HEALTH!

Dust is whipped up when the filter cartridge is blown out!

� Wear protective glasses and a dust protection mask.

Fig. 11.6 – Cleaning the filter cartridge

NOTE

Disposing of the filter cartridge

Dispose of the filter cartridge as special waste in accordance with local regulations.

Item Unit Designation Article no. Remarks

4 1 Filter cartridge 4077570

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11.3 Regeneration air cooler (water)

Options 11

Regeneration air cooler (water)

The regeneration air cooler (water) cools the hot regeneration air to the cooling unit reference

temperature after regeneration.

Fig. 11.7 – Regeneration air cooler (water)

11.3.1 Connect cooling water

Fig. 11.8 – Connect cooling water

A

[A] View from above

[1] Regeneration air cooler

(water)

[2] Stop valve

[1] Cooling water return (arrow down)

[2] Cooling water feed (arrow up)

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Regeneration air cooler (water) LUXOR S 400

� Connect a suitable hose (D i = 13mm/0.51") for cooling water feed to the cooling water feed [2].

� Connect a suitable hose to the cooling water outflow [1] to allow the cooling water to flow out.

� Flow volume and maximum permitted cooling water pressure, see „Specifications“ on Page 80.

� Connect the cooling water.

11.3.2 Specifications

Hose connection diameter 13 mm 0.51"

Water flow 0.2–1.0 m 3 /h 0.1–0.6 cfm

Water pressure 0.2–10 bar 3–140 psi

opt. water temperature < 20 °C < 68 °F

Weight approx. 4.5 kg approx. 10 lbs

11.3.3 Spare parts (view from above)

Spare parts list

Item Unit Designation Article no. Remarks

1 1 Cooler 5080350

2 rm Cooling water hose Ø 13x4 mm (Ø 0.51x0.16") 4088100

3 1 Stop valve 4158040

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11.4 Return air cooler

Options 11

Return air cooler

The return air cooler is necessary if you are drying at very high temperatures (above approximately

>120 °C / 250 °F). The lower the return air temperature is, the better the dry air generator can remove

the humidity from this air, i.e. the effectiveness of the drying system increases.

The return air cooler consists of a water cooler [1], a blocking valve [2], the inlet cooling water [3] and

the return line cooling water [4]. The cooling water flows through the inlet [3] into the water cooler [1]

and cools the air which flows by.

Fig. 11.9 – Return air cooler

[1] Water cooler

[2] Stop valve

[3] Cooling water feed (arrow up)

[4] Cooling water return (arrow down)

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Return air cooler LUXOR S 400

11.4.1 Connect cooling water

Fig. 11.10 – Connect cooling water

� Connect a suitable hose (D i = 13mm/0.51") for cooling water feed to the cooling water feed [2].

� Connect a suitable hose to the cooling water outflow [1] to allow the cooling water to flow out.

� Flow volume, maximum permissible inflow temperature of the cooling water and maximum permitted

cooling water pressure, see „Specifications“ on Page 83.

� Connect the cooling water.

[1] Water cooler

[2] Stop valve

[3] Cooling water return (arrow down)

[4] Cooling water feed (arrow up)

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11.4.2 Specifications

Fig. 11.11 – Dimensions of return air cooler in mm (inch)

Options 11

Return air cooler

Hose connection diameter 13 mm 0.51“

Water flow 0.1–1.5 m 3 /h 0.06–0.9 cfm

Water pressure 0.2–10 bar 3–140 psi

max. water speed 2.5 m/s 82 ft/s

opt. water temperature < 20 °C < 68 °F

Max. water temperature 30 °C 86 °F

Weight approx. 11 kg approx. 24.25 lb

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11 Options

Return air cooler LUXOR S 400

11.4.3 Spare parts

Spare parts list

Item Unit Designation Article no. Remarks

1 1 Return cooler, heat exchanger insert 1902550

2 1 Stop valve 4158040

3 rm Cooling water hose Ø 13x4 mm (Ø 0.51x0.16“) 4088100

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12 Appendix

12.1 Spare parts

12.1.1 Construction of dry air generator

Spare parts list

Appendix 12

Spare parts

Item Unit Designation Article no. Remarks

1 1 Main switch (EMERGENCY STOP switch) i

2 1 Alarm lights

3 1 Controller logo i

4 1 Operation switch

5 rm Silicone spiral hose, black Ø 102 mm (Ø 4.02“) 4081380

6 rm Silicone hose Ø 3x1.5 mm (Ø 0.12x0.06“) 4067530

7 n.B. Hose clip Ø 90-110 mm (Ø 3.54/4.33“) 1123560

8 n.B. Hose clip Ø 70- 90 mm (Ø 2.76/3.54“) 4012190

9 1 Compressed air filter

1103450

1 Filter element

4158190

10 1 Filter cartridge 4077570

11 rm Silicone spiral hose, red Ø 83 mm (Ø 3.27“) 4038260

i See unit lists on the circuit diagrams

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Spare parts LUXOR S 400

Spare parts list

Item Unit Designation Article no. Remarks

12 1 Regeneration air blower 400V/50Hz 4152460

13 1 Fan motor 24 V DC 4065970

14 4.2 m Aluminum tube 4118480

15 1 Air pressure monitor 4066120

16 3 Silicone sleeve Ø 60 mm (Ø 2.36“) 4067570

17 3 Large strip clamp Ø 64/48 mm (Ø 2.52/1.89“) 4073210

C 1 Pneumatic controller See Page 90

B 2 Regeneration air/cooling air switching valve (triple flange

valve)

See Page 89

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Appendix 12

Spare parts

Spare parts list

Item Unit Designation Article no. Remarks

18 1 Filter screen 4069500

19 Heat exchanger, regeneration air, consisting of:

2.0 m Silicone spiral hose, red Ø 102 mm (Ø 4.02“) 4038270 (6.56 ft)

2.0 m Aluminum hose Ø 63 mm (Ø 2.48“) 4065970 (6.56 ft)

2.0 m Aluminum foil, self adhesive 4068010 (6.56 ft)

20 1 Molecular sieve, replacement kit, including:

2x35 kg Molecular sieve 1422200 (2x77 lb)

2 Gasket for filling spout 4077470

1 Tube of silicone 4000510

2.0 Aluminum foil, self adhesive 4068010 (6.56 ft)

21 n.B Insulation material 4069290

22 5 Large strip clamp Ø 83/48 mm (Ø 3.27/1.89“) 4088310

23 5 Silicone sleeve Ø 80 mm (Ø 3.15“) 4071250

24 1 Silicone spiral hose, red Ø 83 mm (Ø 3.27“) 4038260

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Spare parts LUXOR S 400

Spare parts list

Item Unit Designation Article no. Remarks

25 1 Dry (process) air blower 400 V/50 Hz 4151910

26 1 Regeneration air heater compressed air monitor 4065450

27 1 Temperature sensor (regeneration air heater)

i

28 n.B. Aluminum foil, self adhesive 4068010

29 1.0 m Rock wool shell Ø 89/20 mm (Ø 3.5/0.79“) 4080650

30 1 Heating element 9 kW / 400 V 4072190

31 1 Temperature limiter, 300 °C (572 °F)

i

32 1 Temperature sensor (monitoring of regeneration air/cooling

air end)

i

33 1 Seal 4071260

34 3 Silicone sleeve Ø 100 mm (Ø 3.94“) 4077690

A 2 Drying register switching valve (twin-flange valve - air

distributor valve (100/80)

i See unit lists on the circuit diagrams

See Page 90

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12.2 Switching valve, drying register

Appendix 12

Switching valve, drying register

Spare parts list

Item Unit Designation Article no. Remarks

1 1 M8 counternut 4008400 ISO 7042

2 2 Viton gasket 4036890

3 1 Valve plunger seal 4077510

4 rm PTFE tube Ø 4x1 mm (Ø 0.16x0.04") 4044600 Calibrated

5 1 Pneumatic cylinder 4077540

6 1 Valve seal NW 100 4077500

7 1 Valve seal NW 75 4070600

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12 Appendix

Switching valve, regeneration air/cooling air LUXOR S 400

12.3 Switching valve, regeneration air/cooling air

Spare parts list

Item Unit Designation Article no. Remarks

1 3 Valve seal 4070600

2 rm PTFE tube Ø 4x1 mm (Ø 0.16x0.04") 4044600 Calibrated

3 1 Pneumatic cylinder 4070040

4 1 Valve plunger seal 4070020

5 1 Lock nut M10 4065980 ISO 7042

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12.4 Pneumatic controller

Appendix 12

Pneumatic controller

Spare parts list

Item Unit Designation Article no. Remarks

1 1 Pressure switch 4088320

2 rm PU tube Ø 4x1 mm (Ø 0.16x0.04") 4037050 Calibrated

3 1 Return valve 4088330

4 2 Solenoid valve 4085770

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12 Appendix

Pneumatics diagram LUXOR S 400

12.5 Pneumatics diagram

Fig. 12.1 – Pneumatics diagram

[1] Compressed air filter

[2] Solenoid valve, regeneration valve/cooling air

[3] Solenoid valve, air distributor

[4] Pressure switch

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12.6 Safety instruction, adsorption agent

(Drying agent/molecular sieve)

Z4-01 Art. no. 1422200 with maintenance and repair

12.6.1 Physical and chemical properties

Shape Spherical, firm

Color Beige

Odor Odorless

State change No melting point to 700 °C

Solubility in water Insoluble (20 °C)

pH value approx. 11 (at 100g/l H2O at 20 °C)

Additional data Noncombustible

Appendix 12

Safety instruction, adsorption agent

12.6.2 Dangerous components

This alkali aluminum silicate does not contain any hazardous substances in the sense of EU directive

88/379/EEC.

Possible hazards

� The activated product generates heat when it comes into contact with water, leading to possible

skin burns.

� The product has an adsorbent effect and can cause drying of skin on long exposure.

� If the max. workplace concentration value (6 mg/m 3 in fine dust) is exceeded, the breathing

passages may be mechanically overloaded.

� Irritation of eyes possible.

12.6.3 Protective equipment

Breathing protection Dust mask in case of insufficient ventilation

Hand protection Protective gloves

Eye protection Protective glasses

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Safety instruction, adsorption agent LUXOR S 400

12.6.4 First aid

Injury Measure

Eye contact Immediately rinse eyes for at least 15 minutes under running water

with the lid open as far as possible.

Skin contact Wash with water.

Ingestion After ingestion, drink plenty of water.

Respiration Go into fresh air.

Additional data The product is an adsorption agent and generates heat when it

comes into contact with water. The used product may contain dangerous

impurities. Symptomatic treatment according to impurity.

12.6.5 Disposal

Used adsorption agents may contain impurities. Dispose of used adsorption agents as special waste

in accordance with local regulations.

Should you require additional information, you can obtain the necessary information for your Motan

contact.

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8

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3/ /PE 400V 50HZ

Netzspannung

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A

A

14kW

Leistung

Capacity

MOTAN GmbH

35A

Vorsicherung

Back-up fuse

B

Steuerspannung AC

Control voltage AC

B

24V

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Luxor S 400

C

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VERSION 2.1

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Wire colours

21.10.2004

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Luxor S 400

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19.01.2006

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EKA

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Luxor S 400

19.01.2006

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12

Blatt

Kommission: Zeichng.Nr.:

MOTAN GmbH

Max-Eyth-Weg 42

D-88316 Isny

Gepr.

Gr.:

Standard 768G-90.0.00

REG

4

Urspr. 15.11.2004 Ers. f. Ers. d.

3

Norm

�nderung Datum Name

8

7

6

5

2

1


8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

1L1/18.1

1L2/18.1

12.8/1L1

12.8/1L2

12.8/1L3

A

16mmý 3PH Sammelschienen 3RV19 15-1CB

16mmý 3PH Sammelschienen 3RV19 15-1CB

A

5

3

1

-13Q1

11-16A

(13A)

6

4

2

2,5mmý

BK

H07V-K

5

3

1

B

B

6

4

2

-21K2

21.7

2,5mmý

BK

H07V-K

5

3

1

6

4

2

-21K1

21.6

C

2,5mmý

BK

H07V-K

C

PE

4PE

3

2

-X13E1 1

D

GNYE

GY

BK

BN

W13E1

D

Silikonleitung

1,5m

4x2,5mmý

PE

W1

V1

U1

=T1

+TRO

-13E1

9kW

13A

400V

E

E

regenerieren

to regenerate

F

17

F 12

Projekt:

2.1

Vers.

T1

T11

=

+

Leistung Heizung

capacity heater

Luxor S 400

19.01.2006

Datum

EKA

Bearb.

13

Blatt

Kommission: Zeichng.Nr.:

MOTAN GmbH

Max-Eyth-Weg 42

D-88316 Isny

Gepr.

Gr.:

Standard 768G-90.0.00

REG

4

Urspr. 15.11.2004 Ers. f. Ers. d.

3

Norm

�nderung Datum Name

8

7

6

5

2

1


8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

/25.3

L+

/27.2

M

A

A

-X60 7

-X61 7

0,75 mmý

DBU

H05V-K

0,75 mmý

DBU

H05V-K

/26.5

M7

B

11

B

-27K2

27.5

13

14

12

14

-26K1

26.2

0,75 mmý

BU H05V-K

21

-26K3

26.4

C

22

C

PE

PE

0,75 mmý

DBU

H05V-K

0,75 mmý

DBU

H05V-K

PE

2

-X17Y2 1

PE

2

-X17M1 1

PE

2

-X17Y1 1

D

GNYE

2

1

W17Y2

0,75 mmý

GNYE

3m

H05V-K

2

1

GNYE

2

1

W17Y1

D

PVC Steuerleitung

5m

3x0,75mmý

W17M1

LZ126

3m

2xAWG 18

PVC Steuerleitung

2m

3x0,75mmý

=T1

+TRO

PE

1

PE

+ -

PE

1

* Option

*

-17Y1

24VDC

5W

*

2

-17Y2

24VDC

5W

M

-17M1

9,5W

2

E

K�hler R�ckluft

cooling return air

K�hler Regenerierluft

cooling regenerated air

K�hler Regenerierluft

cooling regenerated air

E

Wasserk�hler

water cooler

Wasserk�hler

water cooler

F

18

F 13

Projekt:

2.1

Vers.

T1

T11

=

+

K�hler R�ckluft

cooling return air

Luxor S 400

19.01.2006

Datum

EKA

Bearb.

17

Blatt

Kommission: Zeichng.Nr.:

MOTAN GmbH

Max-Eyth-Weg 42

D-88316 Isny

Gepr.

Gr.:

Standard 768G-90.0.00

REG

4

Urspr. 15.11.2004 Ers. f. Ers. d.

3

Norm

�nderung Datum Name

8

7

6

5

2

1


8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

13.8/1L1

13.8/1L2

A

5

3

1

A

-18Q1

0,45-0,63A

(0,5A)

6

4

2

0,75 mmý

RD

H05V-K

B

B

C

A

-18A1

400V 0,5A

24VDC 3,5A

PE

+

-

1,5mmý

DBU

H07V-K

C

C

/19.1

L+

-X61 1

/19.1

M

-X60 1

D

D

*

* When removing this

PE Connection on

Isolation monitoring

1,5mmý

GNYE

H07V-K

1,5mmý

GNYE

H07V-K

will be Nessesary

* Bei Entfernung dieser

PE Verbindung wird

eine Isolations�berwachung

nach VDE 0100 erforderlich

-X12M2 4PE

-X60 1PE

E

E

PE

PE

Netzger„t

power supply unit

F

19

F 17

Projekt:

2.1

Vers.

T1

T11

=

+

Steuerspannung 24V DC

control voltage 24V DC

Luxor S 400

19.01.2006

Datum

EKA

Bearb.

18

Blatt

Kommission: Zeichng.Nr.:

MOTAN GmbH

Max-Eyth-Weg 42

D-88316 Isny

Gepr.

Gr.:

Standard 768G-90.0.00

REG

4

Urspr. 15.11.2004 Ers. f. Ers. d.

3

Norm

�nderung Datum Name

8

7

6

5

2

1


8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

/21.1

L+

18.7/L+

/21.1

M

18.7/M

A

4

-X61

4

-X60

3

-X61

3

-X60

2

-X61

2

-X60

A

23

22

W19A1

PVC Steuerleitung

3

4

W19A1

PVC Steuerleitung

1

2

W19A1

PVC Steuerleitung

25x0,75

25x0,75mmý

3m

25x0,75mmý

B

B

L+

/32.3

M

/32.3

+T17

-19A3

23.3

32.3

L+

/31.3

M

/31.3

L+

/30.3

M

/30.3

AM2

LOGO Erweiterungsmodul

+T17

-19A2

24.7

25.2

26.7

27.2

27.4

27.6

31.3

12/24RC

LOGO Erweiterungsmodul

+T17

-19A1

24.1

24.2

24.3

24.3

24.4

24.5

24.6

24.7

26.2

26.3

26.4

26.5

30.3

C

12/24RC

C

LOGO

Q1

/

/31.5

Q1

/

/30.5

Q2

/

/31.5

Q2

/

/30.5

Q3

/

/31.5

Q3

/

/30.5

Q4

/

/31.5

Q4

/

/30.5

D

D

E

E

* Option Taupunkt

* Option dew-point

F

21

F 18

Projekt:

2.1

Vers.

T1

T11

=

+

24V DC E/A Module

24V DC E/A module

Luxor S 400

19.01.2006

Datum

EKA

Bearb.

19

Blatt

Kommission: Zeichng.Nr.:

MOTAN GmbH

Max-Eyth-Weg 42

D-88316 Isny

Gepr.

Gr.:

Standard 768G-90.0.00

REG

4

Urspr. 15.11.2004 Ers. f. Ers. d.

3

Norm

�nderung Datum Name

8

7

6

5

2

1


8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

/24.1

L+

19.8/L+

/27.1

M

19.8/M

A

A

PE

-X60 5

-X61 4 -X60 4

-X13E1 4PE

0,75 mmý

DBU

H05V-K

0,75 mmý

DBU

H05V-K

0,75 mmý

GNYE

H05V-K

B

B

1

3

-21A2

1

3

-21A1

PE

1

-21S1

TB

15 13

24 22

15 13

4

2

13

Freigabe Heizung

enable, clearance heater

11

10

11

10

14

-26K3

26.4

0,75 mmý

DBU

H05V-K

.5 17

0,75 mmý

DBU

H05V-K

24.8 20

24.6 17

C

Grenzwert regenerieren

threshold to regenerate

C

17

Grenzwert

Heizende K�hlende

threshold

heating end Chilling

13

15

Freigabe Heizung

enable, clearance heater

43

-21A2

.4

44

-26K3

26.4

0,75 mmý

DBU

H05V-K

13

BU

RD

W21B2

BU

RD

W21B1

14

-21K2

.7

KE9L-FE/KO 2x0,25

KE9L-FE/KO 2x0,25

D

D

0,75 mmý

DBU

H05V-K

0,75 mmý

DBU

H05V-K

A1

A1

A1

-21K3

PE

PE

A2

A2

-21K2

24 V DCV

A2

-21K1

24 V DCV

/26.1

M5

-

+

-

+

=T1

+TRO

-21B2

-21B1

E

Temperaturbegr.

Regenerieren

safety temperature

switch to regenerate

Sicherheitssch�tz

safety contactor

Heizungsch�tz

heating contactor

E

Temperatur Regenerieren

Temperature to regenerate

Grenzwert heizende/k�hlende

threshold heating end/chilling

NR.51120

14

12 11 24.5

3RT10 16-1JB41

1 2 13.3

3 4 13.3

5 6 13.3

13 14 .6

3RT10 16-1JB41

1 2 13.3

3 4 13.3

5 6 13.3

13 14

F

23

F 19

Projekt:

2.1

Vers.

T1

T11

=

+

Temperatursteuerung

temperature controller

Luxor S 400

19.01.2006

Datum

EKA

Bearb.

21

Blatt

Kommission: Zeichng.Nr.:

MOTAN GmbH

Max-Eyth-Weg 42

D-88316 Isny

Gepr.

Gr.:

Standard 768G-90.0.00

REG

4

Urspr. 15.11.2004 Ers. f. Ers. d.

3

Norm

�nderung Datum Name

8

7

6

5

2

1


8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

A

A

+TRO

-23B1

B

B

Taupunktsensor

dew-point Sensor

3

1

2

-X23B1 4

C

BU

BN

WH

BK

W23B1

SENSOR

5m 4x0,25 mmý

C

M

L+

M1

I1

M

/32.5

L+

/32.5

I1/U1-

/32.4

I1+

/32.4

D

D

+T17

-19A3

19.7

*Option Taupunkt

E

*Option dew-point

E

F

24

F 21

Projekt:

2.1

Vers.

T1

T11

=

+

Taupunktanzeige

dew point display

Luxor S 400

19.01.2006

Datum

EKA

Bearb.

23

Blatt

Kommission: Zeichng.Nr.:

MOTAN GmbH

Max-Eyth-Weg 42

D-88316 Isny

Gepr.

Gr.:

Standard 768G-90.0.00

REG

4

Urspr. 15.11.2004 Ers. f. Ers. d.

3

Norm

�nderung Datum Name

8

7

6

5

2

1


8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

/25.1

L+

21.8/L+

3

2

-X61 5

A

W19A1

PVC Steuerleitung

A

-X24S4 1

W24S4

PVC Steuerleitung O

W24S3

PVC Steuerleitung O

-X24S3 1

W24S2

PVC Steuerleitung O

-X24S2 1

20

25x0,75mmý

1

1,5m

2x0,75

1,5m

2x0,75

1

1,5m

2x0,75

1

1

3

+EX

3

+EX

P

-24S4

P

-24S3

P

-24S2

2

0

1

2

2

1

0,75 mmý

DBU

H05V-K

2

1

33

13

34

14

+T17

-24S1

B

2

W24S4

PVC Steuerleitung O

W24S3

PVC Steuerleitung O

2

W24S2

PVC Steuerleitung O

2

B

2x0,75mmý

2x0,75mmý

2x0,75mmý

-X24S4 2

-X24S3 2

-X24S2 2

0,75 mmý

DBU

H05V-K

20

-21A1

21.3

17

-21A1

21.2

11

-21K3

21.8

13

24 22

13

15

14

12

14

-12Q1

12.2

C

C

W19A1

PVC Steuerleitung

11

10

9

8

7

6

5

25x0,75mmý

D

D

I1

I8

I7

I6

I5

I4

I3

I2

I1

E9

/31.4

TS1-T101

E8

/30.4

PS02T101

E7

/30.4

TS1+T101

E6

/30.4

TZ01T101

E5

/30.4

PDS1T101

E4

/30.4

EZ01T101

E3

/30.4

PSD1T101

E2

/30.4

TSD1T101

E1

/30.3

HSD1T101

E

+T17

-19A2

+T17

-19A1

+T17

-19A1

+T17

-19A1

+T17

-19A1

+T17

-19A1

+T17

-19A1

+T17

-19A1

+T17

-19A1

E

19.4

19.2

19.2

19.2

19.2

19.2

19.2

19.2

19.2

Grenzwert k�hlende

regenerieraustritt

threshols chillling

regenerate outlet

Druckluftversorgung

Compressed

air-care

Grenzwert

Si.-Thermostat

Regnerierluft

Sec. thermostat

regenerated air

Druckschalter

Filter Trockenluft

Motorschutz

Gebl„se Trockenluft

Druckschalter

Str”mung regenerieren.

Schaltuhrbetrieb

timer operation

Handbetrieb

manual operation

Heizende Regenerieraustritt

Limit

heating regenerate leaves

pressure fiilter

dry air

motor protection

blower dry air

Pressure switch

flow to regenerate.

F

25

F 23

Projekt:

2.1

Vers.

T1

T11

=

+

Digitaleing„nge 24V DC

digital input 24V DC

Luxor S 400

19.01.2006

Datum

EKA

Bearb.

24

Blatt

Kommission: Zeichng.Nr.:

MOTAN GmbH

Max-Eyth-Weg 42

D-88316 Isny

Gepr.

Gr.:

Standard 768G-90.0.00

REG

4

Urspr. 15.11.2004 Ers. f. Ers. d.

3

Norm

�nderung Datum Name

8

7

6

5

2

1


8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

/17.8

L+

24.8/L+

A

A

-X61 6

B

B

*

-X61 20

C

C

12

W19A1

PVC Steuerleitung

25x0,75mmý

D

D

I2

E10

/31.4

DIAGNOSE

E

+T17

-19A2

E

19.4

* (Service)

1 = Diagnose

1 = diagnosis

F

26

F 24

Projekt:

2.1

Vers.

T1

T11

=

+

Digitaleing„nge 24V DC

digital input 24V DC

Luxor S 400

19.01.2006

Datum

EKA

Bearb.

25

Blatt

Kommission: Zeichng.Nr.:

MOTAN GmbH

Max-Eyth-Weg 42

D-88316 Isny

Gepr.

Gr.:

Standard 768G-90.0.00

REG

4

Urspr. 15.11.2004 Ers. f. Ers. d.

3

Norm

�nderung Datum Name

8

7

6

5

2

1


8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

A

A

+T17

-19A2

+T17

-19A1

+T17

-19A1

+T17

-19A1

+T17

-19A1

19.4

19.2

19.2

19.2

19.2

U/FRT101

/31.5

A5

P1P2T101

/30.5

A4

FRHZT101

/30.5

A3

GBRLT101

/30.5

A2

GBTLT101

/30.5

A1

Q1

Q4

Q3

Q2

Q1

B

17

16

15

14

13

W19A1

PVC Steuerleitung

B

25x0,75mmý

-X26Y2 1

-X26Y1 1

1

W26Y2

PUR-JZ

2m 3x0,75 mmý

1

W26Y1

PUR-JZ

2m 3x0,75 mmý

1

1

C

C

2

+TRO

-26Y2

2

+TRO

-26Y1

PE

PE

GNYE

2

GNYE

2

W26Y2

PUR-JZ

3x0,75mmý

W26Y1

PUR-JZ

3x0,75 mmý

A1

A1

A1

-26K3

3PE

-X26Y2 2

3PE

-X26Y1 2

A2

A2

-26K2

24 V DCV

A2

-26K1

24 V DCV

/27.1

M5

21.8/M5

D

D

17.8/M7

Regenerierkreis

umluft/frischluft

Regenerate circle

ambient air/Fresh-air

Stellung

Trocknungspatronen

Position

drily patronsr

Freigabe

Regenerierheizung

enable, clearance

Regenerate heater

Gebl„se

Regenerierluft

blower

regenerated air

Gebl„se

Trockenluft

blower

dry air

E

E

PE

PE

3RH11 22-1BB40

13 14 21.5

21 22 17.4

31 32

43 44 21.7

3RT10 16-1JB41

1 2 12.6

3 4 12.6

5 6 12.6

13 14

3RT10 16-1JB41

1 2 12.2

3 4 12.2

5 6 12.2

13 14 17.3

F

27

F 25

Projekt:

2.1

Vers.

T1

T11

=

+

Digitalausg„nge 24V DC

digital output 24V DC

Luxor S 400

19.01.2006

Datum

EKA

Bearb.

26

Blatt

Kommission: Zeichng.Nr.:

MOTAN GmbH

Max-Eyth-Weg 42

D-88316 Isny

Gepr.

Gr.:

Standard 768G-90.0.00

REG

4

Urspr. 15.11.2004 Ers. f. Ers. d.

3

Norm

�nderung Datum Name

8

7

6

5

2

1


8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

+T17

-19A2

+T17

-19A2

+T17

-19A2

A

19.4

19.4

19.4

A

PE

BETRZT101

/31.5

A8

FRKUT101

/31.5

A7

ALRMT101

/31.5

A6

Q4

Q3

Q2

-X60 3PE

B

B

GNYE

19

18

W19A1

PVC Steuerleitung

PE

25x0,75mmý

-27K1

.2

/17.8

M

21.8/M

0,75 mmý

DBU

Ï

+T17

-X60 6

C

H05V-K

11

X1

A1

X1

A1

*

C

14

12

X2

+T17

-27H2

WH

A2

-27K2

24 V DCV

X2

0,75 mmý

DBU

H05V-K

+T17

-27H1

RD

A2

-27K1

24 V DCV

W19A1

PVC Steuerleitung

21

25x0,75mmý

26.5/M5

PE

2

3

-X40 1

D

D

NO

NC

COM

Option

*

Alarm potentialfrei

alarm potential free

Frontplatte

front panel

Betrieb

operation

Freigabe K�hler

enable, clearance cooling

Trockner Alarm

dryer alarm

Alarm potentialfrei

alarm potential free

E

E

NR.51120

14

12 11 17.4

NR.51120

14

12 11 .8

F

30

F 26

Projekt:

2.1

Vers.

T1

T11

=

+

Alarmausg„nge

alarm outputs

Luxor S 400

19.01.2006

Datum

EKA

Bearb.

27

Blatt

Kommission: Zeichng.Nr.:

MOTAN GmbH

Max-Eyth-Weg 42

D-88316 Isny

Gepr.

Gr.:

Standard 768G-90.0.00

REG

4

Urspr. 15.11.2004 Ers. f. Ers. d.

3

Norm

�nderung Datum Name

8

7

6

5

2

1


8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

A

A

/19.3

/19.3

/19.3

/19.3

19.2

+T17

-19A1

B

Q4 1

Q3 1

6ED1-052-1MD00-0BA4

B

Q2 1

Q1 1

C

C

Q4

D

/26.6 P1P2T101 A4

Q3

/26.4 FRHZT101 A3

Q2

/26.3 GBRLT101 A2

Q1

/26.2 GBTLT101 A1

I8

/24.7 PS02T101 E8

I7

/24.6 TS1+T101 E7

I6

/24.5 TZ01T101 E6

I5

/24.5 PDS1T101 E5

I4

/24.4 EZ01T101 E4

I3

/24.3 PSD1T101 E3

I2

/24.2 TSD1T101 E2

I1

/24.1 HSD1T101 E1

M

/19.2 M

L+

/19.3 L+

D

E

E

F

31

F 27

Projekt:

2.1

Vers.

T1

T11

=

+

LOGO Modul

Logo module

Luxor S 400

19.01.2006

Datum

EKA

Bearb.

30

Blatt

Kommission: Zeichng.Nr.:

MOTAN GmbH

Max-Eyth-Weg 42

D-88316 Isny

Gepr.

Gr.:

Standard 768G-90.0.00

REG

4

Urspr. 15.11.2004 Ers. f. Ers. d.

3

Norm

�nderung Datum Name

8

7

6

5

2

1


8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

A

A

/19.5

/19.5

/19.5

/19.5

19.4

+T17

-19A2

B

Q4 1

Q3 1

6ED1-055-1MB00-0BA1

B

Q2 1

Q1 1

C

C

E12

E11

Q4

D

/27.6 BETRZT101 A8

Q3

/27.5 FRKUT101 A7

Q2

/27.2 ALRMT101 A6

Q1

/26.7 U/FRT101 A5

I4

I3

I2

/25.2 DIAGNOSE E10

I1

/24.8 TS1-T101 E9

M

/19.5 M

L+

/19.5 L+

D

E

E

F

32

F 30

Projekt:

2.1

Vers.

T1

T11

=

+

LOGO Erweiterungsmodul

Logo extension module

Luxor S 400

19.01.2006

Datum

EKA

Bearb.

31

Blatt

Kommission: Zeichng.Nr.:

MOTAN GmbH

Max-Eyth-Weg 42

D-88316 Isny

Gepr.

Gr.:

Standard 768G-90.0.00

REG

4

Urspr. 15.11.2004 Ers. f. Ers. d.

3

Norm

�nderung Datum Name

8

7

6

5

2

1


8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

A

19.7

+T17

-19A3

A

PE

PE

PE

PE

B

6ED1-055-1MA00-0BA0

B

INPUT 2x(0..10V/0..20mA)

C

AI U2+

AI I2/U2-

AI I2+

AI U1+

C

M

D

/23.5 M

L+

/23.4 L+

U2

M2

I2

U1

M1

/23.4 -X23B1:2 I1/U1-

I1

/23.4 -X23B1:4 I1+

M

/19.7 M

L+

/19.7 L+

D

E

E

Taupunktanzeige

dew point display

F

+KAUE/1

F 31

Projekt:

2.1

Vers.

T1

T11

=

+

Taupunktanzeige

dew point display

Luxor S 400

19.01.2006

Datum

EKA

Bearb.

32

Blatt

Kommission: Zeichng.Nr.:

MOTAN GmbH

Max-Eyth-Weg 42

D-88316 Isny

Gepr.

Gr.:

Standard 768G-90.0.00

REG

4

Urspr. 15.11.2004 Ers. f. Ers. d.

3

Norm

�nderung Datum Name

8

7

6

5

2

1

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