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    Cyclon Series User Manual

    USER MANUAL

    CYCLON 330-345 AIR COMPRESSORS

    Serial Numbers from:

    Cyclon 330 F166/0101 Cyclon 337 F167/0151 Cyclon 345 F168/0101

    CONTENTS

    Page

    1. Safety Procedures 5

    2. General Description 11

    3. Leading Particulars 19

    4. Installation 21

    5. Commissioning 25

    6. Operation 35

    7. Maintenance 47

    8. Fault Finding 57

    Appendix 1 Electrical Connections 61

    Appendix 2 The Pressure Systems &Transportable Gas ContainerRegulations 1989 63

    Illustrations Page

    Control Panel 13

    Air/Oil System 15

    Regulation System On/Off Control 16

    Regulation System Modulating Control 17

    Negative Regulator Settings 33

    Control Panel 38

    Remote Start/Stop 44

    Remote Load/Unload 44

    Group Fault Relay Example 45

    Servicing Points 51

    Drive Belt Adjustment 55

    Electrical Connection Diagrams 62

    Air Compressor Circuit Diagrams 64

    C20160-1576, Issue 3, March 1997

    Cyclon Series User Manual

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    Air-end Serial Number:

    Motor Serial Number:

    Reclaimer Certificate Number:

    Delivery Date:

    OWNERSHIP DATA

    TECHNICAL DATA

    MODEL:

    Serial Number:

    Year:

    Maximum Pressure:

    kW:

    Motor rpm:

    V. Ph. Hz.

    M3/min:

    LOCAL COMPAIR BROOMWADE DISTRIBUTOR

    Name:

    Address:

    Telephone: Fax:

    Contact Names: Parts:

    Service:

    Compressor Lubricant:

    Lubricant Capacity:

    Motor Bearing Grease:(if applicable)

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    Cyclon Series User Manual

    MODEL DESIGNATION

    The Model Designation code identifies specific models as follows:

    DESIGNATION CYCLON 3 3 0 0 7

    A B B C C

    A = AIR-END SIZE CYCLON 3B = MOTOR RATING (kW) 30KWC = NOMINAL DELIVERY PRESSURE 75 BAR(110PSI)

    This publication relates to all standard operating pressure versions of the following models:

    Cyclon 330 Cyclon 337 Cyclon 345

    ASSOCIATED PUBLICATIONS

    Model Title Part No.

    Cyclon 105-345 Repair Manual AC20160-1606 (Issue 1)Cyclon 330 to 345 Parts List (Multi-Lingual) C20160-1575 (Issue 2)

    These publications may be obtained through CompAir BroomWade distributors.

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    WARRANTY

    The conditions of the CompAir BroomWadeWarranty are set out in the companys standardConditions of Sale available from the Distributorsupplying the machine.

    MAINTENANCE

    To ensure the continued trouble-free operation ofthe compressor unit it is important that periodicmaintenance and servicing are carried out inaccordance with the information given in theMaintenance section of this manual. If anyreplacement or repair is needed use only CompAir-BroomWade Genuine Parts.

    !! WARNING

    GENUINE PARTSAUTHORISED SERVICE AGENTS

    USE ONLY

    The use of replacement parts orlubricating oils not supplied or approvedby CompAir BroomWade may lead tofailures in service which would not becovered by warranty.

    Any unauthorised modifications orfailure to maintain this equipment inaccordance with the maintenanceinstructions may make it unsafe. Theuse of replacement parts not supplied orapproved by CompAir BroomWade maycreate hazardous conditions over whichCompAir BroomWade has no control.

    Such hazardous conditions may lead toaccidents that can be life threatening,cause substantial bodily injury or resultin damage to the equipment. CompAirBroomWade can bear no responsibilityfor equipment in which unapprovedreplacement parts are included.

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    Cyclon Series User Manual

    SAFETY PROCEDURES

    Page

    General 6

    Warnings, Cautions and Notes 6

    General Safety Precautions 7

    Installation Precautions 7

    Operational Precautions 7

    Maintenance and Repair Precautions 8

    Precautions in the Event of Fire 9

    1

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    2. WARNINGS, CAUTIONS AND NOTES

    2.1 Warnings

    Warnings call attention to operations or proceduresinvolving specific hazards which could cause injuryor death and are identified by the following symbolson the unit and in the text of the manual.

    WARNING: RISK OF DANGER

    WARNING: RISK OF ELECTRICSHOCK

    WARNING: RISK OF HOTSURFACES

    WARNING: CONSULT MANUAL

    WARNING: RISK OF HIGHPRESSURE

    WARNING: DRIVE BELT

    2.2 Cautions

    Incorrect operational procedures causing possibledamage to the compressor unit are identified by aCAUTION in the text of this manual.

    2.3 Notes

    Methods to make the job easier and points whichrequire particular attention are identified by a Notein the text of the manual.

    1. GENERAL

    Most accidents which occur during the operationand maintenance of machinery are the result offailure to observe basic safety rules or precautions.An accident can often be avoided by recognising asituation that is potentially hazardous.

    When handling, operating or carrying outmaintenance on the unit, personnel must use safeengineering practices and observe all relevantlocal health and safety requirements andregulations. The attention of users in the UK isdrawn to the Health and Safety at Work Act, 1974,the Regulations of the Institution of ElectricalEngineers and the Pressure Systems andTransportable Gas Container Regulations 1989.

    CompAir BroomWade cannot anticipate everypossible circumstance which might represent apotential hazard. The WARNINGS in this manualare therefore not all-inclusive. If the user employsan operating procedure, an item of equipment or amethod of working which is not specificallyrecommended by CompAir BroomWade he mustensure that the unit will not be damaged or madeunsafe and that there is no risk to persons orproperty.

    The standard build of all CompAir BroomWadeproducts are not intended for use in eitherexplosive or potentially explosive atmospheres asdefined in Directive 94/9/EC.

    An explosive atmosphere is a mixture with air,under atmospheric conditions, of flammablegases, vapours, hazes or dust in which, afterignition has occured, combustion propagates tothe entire unburned mixture and may cause ahazard.

    A potentially explosive atmosphere is anatmosphere which could become explosive due tolocal conditions.

    Failure to observe the precautions given underSafety Procedures may be considered dangerouspractice or misuse of the compressor unit.

    SAFETY PROCEDURES

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    Cyclon Series User Manual Safety Procedures

    3. GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

    If using compressed air for cleaning purposes,ensure safety regulations are complied with andappropriate clothing and eye protection is worn.

    Never direct compressed air onto your skin or atother people.

    Never use compressed air to clean loose dirt fromclothing.

    Before releasing compressed air through a hosemake sure that the free end is held securely sothat it cannot whip and cause injury.

    Avoid injury by using a hoist to lift heavy loads.Check that all chains, hooks, shackles and slingsare in good condition and are of the correctcapacity. They must be tested and approvedaccording to local safety regulations.

    Cables, chains or ropes must never be applieddirectly to lifting eyes. Always use an appropriateshackle or hook, properly positioned. Arrangelifting cables so that there are no sharp bends.

    Use a spreader bar to avoid side loads on hooks,eyes and shackles.

    When a load is on a hoist stay clear of the dangerarea beneath and around it. Keep liftingacceleration and speed within safe limits andnever leave a load hanging on a hoist for longerthan is necessary.

    4. INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS

    Installation work must only be carried out bycompetent personnel under a qualified supervisor.

    A fused isolating switch must be fitted between themain power supply and the compressor.

    Ensure that air drawn into the air intake will not becontaminated with flammable fumes or vapours,since this could cause an internal fire or explosion.

    Precautions must be taken to ensure that no injuryis caused to passers-by through loose clothingbeing sucked into the air intake.

    Ensure that the air delivery pipe from thecompressor to the users pipework or receiver isfree to expand and that no flammable material iswithin the vicinity.

    A shut-off valve must be fitted in the delivery airline to enable the compressor unit to be isolated.This is particularly important if more than one unitis to be coupled in parallel or connected to anexisting air supply system.

    The minimum pressure/non-return valve is notintended as an isolating valve and should not berelied upon for this purpose. In addition, it may benecessary to install shut-off valves elsewhere inthe system to allow a dryer or other equipment tobe by-passed.

    A pressure relief valve must be installed betweenany compressor unit and the shut-off valve/s. Apressure relief valve is fitted on the reclaimervessel as standard equipment.

    A pressure relieving device must be fitted to everypressure vessel, or equipment containing air atabove atmospheric pressure, when installeddownstream of the unit.

    5. OPERATIONAL PRECAUTIONS

    The compressor unit must only be operated bycompetent personnel under a qualified supervisor.

    Do not run the compressor with doors open orcovers removed.

    Never remove or tamper with the safety devices,guards or insulation materials fitted to the unit.

    The compressor must only be operated at thesupply voltage and/or frequency for which it isdesigned.

    When mains power is switched on, lethal voltagesare present in the electrical circuits and extremecaution must be exercised whenever it isnecessary to carry out any work on the electricalsystem.

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    Do not open the starter compartment or touchelectrical components while voltage is appliedunless it is necessary for measurements, tests oradjustments. Such work should be carried out onlyby a qualified electrician equipped with the propertools and wearing appropriate body protectionagainst electrical hazards.

    On a unit equipped with an Automatic Start/Stopsystem, attach a sign stating THIS UNIT MAYSTART WITHOUT WARNING next to the displaypanel.

    On a unit equipped with an Automatic Restartdevice, attach a warning notice stating THIS UNITHAS BEEN MODIFIED AND WILL STARTAUTOMATICALLY ON APPLICATION OFPOWER next to the display panel and on theinside of the unit next to the starter contactors.

    If the unit is equipped with a Remote Controldevice, attach warning notices stating THIS UNITCAN BE STARTED REMOTELY in prominentlocations, one on the outside of the unit, the otherinside the control compartment.

    As a further safeguard, take adequate precautionsto make sure there is no one checking or workingon the unit before attempting to switch on remotelycontrolled equipment. Attach a CHECK THATALL PERSONNEL ARE CLEAR OF THE UNITBEFORE STARTING or similar warning notice tothe remote start equipment.

    During normal operation no internal part of thecompressor unit should reach a temperature above120C and protection devices are fitted to preventexcessive temperatures occurring. If there is anyindication that the compressor is overheating itmust be shut down and the cause investigated.Beware of burns from hot metal parts, hot oil andwater when working on a unit which has recentlybeen shut down.

    The compressor must not be operated atpressures above the nominal pressure given onthe data plate.

    The compressor must not be operated in ambienttemperatures outside of those given underLeading Particulars.

    The Noise at Work Regulations 1989 suggest thatear protectors should be worn where noise levelsare 85 dB(A) or higher. With all covers in place,the noise levels of the compressors described inthe manual are substantially lower than this figureunless installed in an already noisy environment.

    Be aware that high noise levels can interfere withcommunication.

    6. MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRPRECAUTIONS

    Maintenance, repairs or modifications must only becarried out by competent personnel under aqualified supervisor.

    If replacement parts are needed use only CompAirBroomWade Genuine Parts.

    Before removing any panels from the enclosure, iffitted, or dismantling any part of the unit, carry outthe following preparatory operations:-

    1. Isolate the compressor unit from the mainelectrical power supply. Lock the isolator inthe OFF position and remove the fuses.

    2. Attach a label to the isolator switch anddisplay panel carrying the warning WORK INPROGRESS DO NOT APPLY VOLTAGEDo not switch on electrical power or attemptto start the unit if a warning label is attached.

    3. Close the isolating valve between thecompressor unit and the users pipework.Close the isolating valve in the cooling waterinlet pipe. Attach a label to each valvecarrying the warning WORK IN PROGRESS DO NOT OPEN

    4. Ensure that the blowdown system hasoperated to release all pressure from the oilseparator vessel.

    5. Check that the pressure gauge registers zero.

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    Cyclon Series User Manual Safety Procedures

    Use only lubricating oils and greases approved byCompAir BroomWade. Make sure that the selectedlubricants comply with all relevant safetyregulations, especially with regard to the risk ofexplosion or fire and the possibility ofdecomposition or the generation of hazardousgases.

    Always clean up oil spills from the surroundingfloor and outside of the compressor unit beforeand after maintenance work.

    Make sure that all instructions concerningoperation and maintenance are strictly followedand that the complete unit, with all accessoriesand safety devices, is kept in good running order.

    The accuracy of pressure and temperature gaugesmust be regularly checked. They must be renewedwhen acceptable tolerances are exceeded.

    Protection devices must be tested as described inthe Maintenance section of this manual.

    Keep the compressor unit clean at all times.Protect components and exposed openings bycovering with clean cloth or tape duringmaintenance and repair work.

    Protect the motor, air intake, electrical andregulation components against the entry ofmoisture, e.g. when steam cleaning.

    Precautions must be taken when carrying out anyrepair operation which generates heat, flames orsparks. The adjacent components must always bescreened with non-flammable material and if theoperation is to be carried out near any part of theoil system, or close to a component which maycontain oil, the system must first be thoroughlypurged, preferably by steam cleaning.

    Never use a light source with an open flame toinspect any part of the unit.

    In no circumstances must any welding work orother modification be carried out on the oilseparator or any other pressure vessel.

    Before dismantling of any part of the compressorunit ensure that all heavy movable parts aresecured.

    After completion of repair or maintenance workensure that no tools, loose items or rags are left onor inside any part of the machine.

    Check the direction of rotation of the motor whenstarting up the compressor initially and after anywork on the electrical connections or switchgear.

    Do not use any flammable liquid to clean valves,filter elements, cooler air passages, air pipes orany component carrying a flow of air during normaloperation. If chlorinated hydrocarbon non-flammable fluids are used for cleaning, safetyprecautions must be taken against any toxicvapours which may be released.

    Do not use carbon tetrachloride.

    Precautions must be taken when using acids,alkalis and chemical detergents for cleaningmachine parts and components. These materialscause irritation and are corrosive to the skin, eyes,nose and throat. Avoid splashes and wear suitableprotective clothing and goggles. Do not breathemists. Ensure that water and soap are readilyavailable.

    When disposing of condensate, old oil, used filterelements and other parts and waste material of anykind make sure that there is no pollution of anydrain or natural water-course and that no burning ofwaste takes place which could cause pollution ofthe air. Protect the environment by using onlyapproved methods of disposal.

    7. PRECAUTIONS IN THE EVENT OF FIRE

    Use extreme caution when handling componentsthat have been subjected to fire or very hightemperatures. Some components may containfluoroelastomer materials which decompose underthese conditions to form highly corrosive residues.Skin contact can cause painful and penetratingburns resulting in permanent skin and tissuedamage.

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    Cyclon Series User Manual

    GENERAL DESCRIPTION

    Page

    Compressor 12

    Air-End 12

    Electronic Controller 12

    Protection and Safety Equipment 12Relief Valve 12Blowdown System 12Minimum Pressure Non-return Valve 12

    Air/Oil System 14Description 14Operation 14

    Regulation System 16Description 16On/Off Control 16Modulating Control (Optional) 17

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    GENERAL DESCRIPTION

    1. COMPRESSOR

    The unit is a fully enclosed, air cooled, single-stage, rotary screw compressor. The compressorair-end is belt driven by an electric squirrel-cageinduction motor. The drive belts are mounted onpulleys fitted to the shafts of the drive motor andair-end.

    The compressor unit consists of the drive motor,air-end, oil separator vessel, oil separator filter, oilcooler, aftercooler, cooling fan, starter assemblyand controller.

    The complete compressor unit is mounted on abaseframe and is housed in a steel panelledacoustic enclosure. A service panel allows accessfor routine maintenance.

    2. AIR-END (CYCLON 3)

    The air is compressed in a single-stage, positivedisplacement, oil injected rotary screw air-end. Theair-end is of the Cyclon type and comprises anintermeshing pair of helical screw rotors, male andfemale, mounted horizontally within an enclosedcasing with drive being applied to the male rotor.

    The male rotor in the Cyclon air-end is larger indiameter than the female rotor and has four lobeswhich mesh with five flutes on the female rotor. Therotors are asymmetric in profile to reduce blowbackbetween the lobes on the compression cycle to aminimum, thus maximising overall sealing andefficiency.

    The rotors are fitted with bearings at each end toprovide radial and axial support, maintain adequateshaft stiffness and to give minimum clearance andlow leakage between the rotor tip diameter and thecasing.

    At the delivery end the male rotor is fitted with asingle taper roller bearing and the female rotor hasa pair of matched taper roller bearings. Thesebearings provide axial and radial support of bothrotors and control the very fine end clearancesbetween the rotors and the casing.

    Heavy duty parallel roller bearings are fitted to bothrotors at the inlet end to provide radial support andto sustain the drive load of the male rotor.

    3. ELECTRONIC CONTROLLER

    The electronic control system is microprocessorbased with an LED display panel, incorporatingadvanced control and monitoring features.

    4. PROTECTION AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT

    In addition to the protection and warning circuitslinked to the control panel the following protectiondevices are fitted:

    4.1 Relief Valve

    A pressure relief valve is mounted on the primaryoil separator. If pressure continues to build upwhen the demand for compressed air has ceased,the relief valve will open at a pre-set level todischarge the excess pressure to atmosphere.

    4.2 Blowdown System

    Whenever the compressor shuts down, eitherautomatically or by operation of a STOP switch, allpressure in the oil separator vessel is automaticallyreleased by a blowdown system which vents thepressure to atmosphere. This ensures that thecompressor is restarted in a no-load condition.

    4.3 Minimum Pressure/Non-return Valve

    Fitted on the filter manifold, the minimum pressurevalve remains closed until minimum pressure isreached. This ensures a rapid build-up of pressurewhen the compressor first starts and also preventshigh velocity, low pressure air reaching the userspipework during the start-up period and carryingover excessive amounts of oil.

    When the compressor shuts down the non-returnvalve prevents the pressure in the users pipeworkfeeding back into the oil separator and ventingthrough the blowdown system.

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    Cyclon Series User Manual General Description

    B1 ViewB2 StartB3 StopB4 PlusB5 MinusB6 ResetD1 DisplayE Emergency Stop Button

    L1 Pressure (Delivery)L2 TemperatureL3 Hours RunL4 Hours OnloadL5 Air Filter AlarmL6 Motor FaultL7 Auto/Remote StartL8 RunningL9 Power On

    CONTROL PANEL

    P1 bar

    T1 C

    P2

    T1 C P1 bar

    P2

    L1

    D1 B1

    B2 E

    B3

    B4

    B5

    B6

    L2L3L4L5L6L7L8L9

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    5. AIR/OIL SYSTEM

    5.1 Description

    The air/oil system comprises an air intake filter,suction regulator, air-end, oil separator vessel, oilseparator filter, minimum pressure/non-returnvalve, aftercooler, oil cooler with thermostaticbypass valve and an oil filter. The flow of oilthrough the circuit is achieved through the pressuredifferential existing between the primary oilseparator and the oil injection point in the air-end.

    5.2 Operation

    Air enters the compressor unit through the intakefilter (2) and open suction regulator (1) to the inletport of the air-end (7). The air is trapped by theturning rotors and mixes with the oil which entersthe casing through the oil injection point.

    Continued rotor rotation increases the pressure andtemperature of the air/oil mixture which passesfrom the air-end discharge pipe into the oilseparator (4) where primary separation takes placeby centrifugal force. Most of the oil is separated atthis stage and drops to the bottom of the vessel.

    The remaining air/oil mixture then passes throughan oil separation element (5) where final separationtakes place. The separated oil collects in thebottom of the filter and is scavenged back into theair-end through a small diameter pipe.

    The filtered air then passes from the oil separatorfilter by way of the minimum pressure/ non-returnvalve (3). Provided the air pressure at this stage isabove 3.5 to 40 bar the air passes through theaftercooler (9) where it is cooled before passing tothe delivery outlet.

    If the air pressure in the primary separator vesselfalls below 3.5 to 40 bar the minimum pressurevalve will close. The valve also incorporates a non-return valve which operates to prevent delivery airpassing back into the separator when thecompressor is running off-load.

    Oil from the bottom of the separator flows underpressure to the oil cooler (10) and during normalrunning the oil passes through the cooler tomaintain the correct temperature. A thermostaticbypass valve (14) is installed in the inlet manifold ofthe oil cooler.

    When the compressor is started, the cold oil in thesystem bypasses the cooler and flows through theoil filter (8) directly to the air-end. As the oil and airmixture is compressed by the rotors in the air-end,the temperature of the oil increases.

    When the oil has reached its normal operatingtemperature the bypass valve closes and the oil isdirected through the oil cooler. The cooled oil thenflows to the oil filter where it is cleaned beforeentering the air-end.

    The quantity of oil injected into the air-end iscontrolled by a restrictor orifice in the air-endcasing. Oil is injected under pressure through therestrictor orifice into the rotors and a gallerysupplies oil to the air-end bearings.

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    Cyclon Series User Manual General Description

    AIR/OIL SYSTEM

    8. Oil Filter9. Aftercooler

    10. Oil Cooler11. Fan12. Delivery Air Outlet13. Scavenge Line14. Thermostatic Bypass Valve

    1. Suction Regulator2. Intake Air Filter3. Minimum Pressure/NR Valve4. Primary Oil Separator5. Oil Separation Element6. Discharge Pipe7. Air-end

    9

    11

    12 2 7 1 135 4

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    10

    8

    6

    3

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    6. REGULATION SYSTEM

    6.1 Description

    The compressor is regulated through a combinationof electronic, pneumatic, electrical and mechanicaldevices. Two modes of regulation are used: On/Off is fitted as standard, and Modulating as anoptional extra.

    6.2 On/Off Control

    In the On/Off mode, the compressor is regulatedby the pressure transmitter, which continuouslymonitors the pressure in the users pipework, a run-on time sequence within the controller and anunloader solenoid valve.

    The compressor operates in response to varying airdemand in either the on-load condition with the

    suction regulator inlet valve fully open, or off-loadwith the inlet valve fully closed.

    When the controller switches the compressor to runoff-load, a run-on time sequence is activated. Thisallows the compressor to run for a pre-set(adjustable) period of time in the off-load condition.If this time elapses before the pressure in theusers pipework has fallen to the lower set point,the compressor stops and enters the Standbycondition.

    The compressor will remain in the Standbycondition until the pressure transmitter senses thatthe pressure in the users pipework has fallen to thelower set point. The controller will then re-start thecompressor.

    If the pressure in the users pipework falls to thelower set point before the run on time has elapsed,the controller will re-initialise the time sequenceand switch the compressor to run on-load.

    8. Separator Filter9. Pressure Relief Valve

    10. Separator Vessel11. Air-end12. Drive Motor13. Intake Pressure Switch14. Air-end Discharge Temperature Sensor

    1. Air Intake Filter2. Suction Regulator3. Venting Valve4. Unloader Solenoid Valve5. Minimum Pressure/Non-return Valve6. Pressure Transmitter7. Aftercooler

    M

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    13

    11 10

    9

    8

    5 7

    6

    4

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    12

    REGULATION SYSTEM ON/OFF CONTROL

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    Cyclon Series User Manual General Description

    6.3 Modulating Control (Optional)

    In the Modulating mode the opening and closing ofthe suction regulator inlet valve is controlled by thenegative regulator. As the demand for compressedair rises and falls, the valve modulates betweenfully open and fully closed.

    When the compressor is started and runs up toload, the minimum pressure valve opens and airunder pressure passes from the separator vesselinto the users pipework. If the air pressure in theusers pipework is below the setting of the negativeregulator, the output signal from the negativeregulator will cause the suction regulator inlet valveto open and the compressor will run on-load.

    M

    1

    15

    13 12

    11

    109

    8

    7

    5

    3

    2

    14 16

    64

    + -

    Rising pressure in the separator vessel will causethe output signal from the negative regulator to fall,progressively closing the inlet valve to match airflow to demand.

    If the pressure in the users pipework rises abovethe setting of the negative regulator and reachesthe upper set point, the controller de-energises theunloader solenoid valve. The valve closes, shuttingoff the regulation air supply to the suction regulator.The suction regulator inlet valve closes and thecompressor runs in the off-load condition.

    When the pressure in the users pipework falls tothe lower set point the compressor reverts torunning on-load.

    1. Air Intake Filter2. Suction Regulator3. Venting Valve4. Negative Regulator5. Unloader Solenoid Valve6. Shuttle Valve7. Pressure Transmitter8. Aftercooler

    9. Minimum Pressure / Non-return Valve10. Separator Filter11. Pressure Relief Valve12. Separator Vessel13. Air-end14. Drive Motor15. Intake Pressure Switch16. Air-end Discharge Temperature Sensor

    REGULATION SYSTEM MODULATING CONTROL

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    Cyclon Series User Manual

    LEADING PARTICULARS

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    Model Cyclon 330 Cyclon 337 Cyclon 345

    Air-end Single stage oil injected screw Cyclon 3 3 3

    Total oil capacity: litres 170 175 185

    Delivery air connection: without optional flexible pipe Rp 1 1/2 Rp 1 1/2 Rp 1 1/2with optional flexible pipe R 1 1/2 R 1 1/2 R 1 1/2

    Ambient air temperature Minimum C 0 0 0operating range: Maximum C 46 46 46

    Delivery air pressure: Minimum (all models) bar 5 5 5Maximum (see compressor data plate) bar 75-13 75-13 75-13

    Typical delivery air temperature above ambient(full load operation) C 4 - 5 6 7 - 8

    Typical cooling air outlet temperature above ambient: C 20 23 27

    Main drive motor Nominal Rating(for actual rating see motor data plate) kW 30 37 45Nominal Speed rpm 2970 2970 2970

    Typical total input power Note: For actual figures seecompressor data plate kW 351 440 541

    Approximate weight DPV kg 849 875 936of total package TEFV kg 939 945 1043

    Dimensions: Length mm 1420 1420 1420Width mm 990 990 990Height mm 1650 1650 1650

    Average sound level at 1 m (CAGI PNEUROP) dB(A) 68 69 70

    LEADING PARTICULARS

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    Cyclon Series User Manual

    4INSTALLATION

    Page

    Guidelines 22

    Installation Procedure 23

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    ! WARNING

    INSTALLATION

    Lethal voltages are used in thisequipment. Use extreme caution whencarrying out electrical checks. Isolate thepower supply before starting anymaintenance work.

    Refer to the safety procedures beforeinstallation of the compressor unit.

    1. GUIDELINES

    Study the installation information in the manual forthe particular compressor concerned.

    The compressor unit is supplied as a completepackage and does not need securing to afoundation. However, the supporting floor musthave a loading capacity sufficient to support theweight of the unit (see Leading Particulars).

    Because in operation the compressor will releaseheat into the surroundings the compressor roomshould be of adequate size and have goodventilation. The recommended minimum sizes ofroom and ventilation openings can be estimated asfollows:

    From Leading Particulars establish total inputpower (kW).

    Room volume = 135 m3 per input kW

    Ventilation opening = 0016 m2 per input kW

    Note: An equivalent discharge opening will also benecessary.

    Example:

    Cyclon 337 input kW = 440

    Room volume = 440 x 135 m3 = 594 m3

    Ventilation opening = 440 x 0016 m2 = 07 m2

    The ventilation inlet opening should be positionedas low down as possible. The outlet opening shouldbe positioned as high up as possible, preferably inthe roof or ceiling.

    The air flow from the cooler outlet may be directedeither vertically or horizontally simply by changingthe position of the outlet duct which is secured byfasteners. The air can be ducted for a distance ofup to 3 m if necessary without the need for anadditional fan. Details are available on request fromthe local CompAir BroomWade distributor.

    To allow adequate air circulation, provide aminimum of 15 m headroom above thecompressor and a minimum of 200 mm clearanceon the RH side. Compressors with horizontalcooling air discharge must have a minimum of 1 mand those with vertical discharge a minimum of 150mm clearance at the back. There should be noobstruction of doorways, passages or walkways.

    The only connections required to the compressorare as follows:

    1. Electrical power supply, 3-phase plus earth.

    2. Air delivery outlet to the users main pipeworkusing a flexible hose (optional) or solid pipe.

    Model Flexible Hose

    330/337/345 C26151-36

    Note: If solid pipe is used it must be connecteddirectly to the outlet of the aftercooler andsupported by the first clamp or support, at least 1 mfrom the compressor discharge.

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    Cyclon Series User Manual

    If the compressor is to be coupled in parallel withanother compressor or connected to an existing airsupply system, additional steps must be taken asset out in the Safety Procedures section of thismanual.

    If air usage is intermittent or rapidly fluctuating sothat the instantaneous demand for air is likely toexceed the compressor output rating, and if thevolume of the users pipework is small, it will benecessary to install a receiver of appropriatecapacity.

    As a guide, if the volume of the users pipework isless than 1 m3 a receiver of 875 litres minimumcapacity should be installed.

    To maintain rigidity during shipment, transportationfixings (painted red) are fitted to the drive module,for removal after installation.

    2. INSTALLATION PROCEDURE

    The following procedure gives guidance forinstalling a standard compressor unit. For theinstallation details for non-standard units or unitsequipped with optional equipment refer to the localCompAir BroomWade distributor.

    1. Using a fork lift, lift the compressor unit andmove it into position.

    Note 1: If the unit is to be located in a RH cornercarry out items 5 and 6 before moving into position.

    Note 2: The use of a pallet truck is notrecommended..

    2. Lower the unit into place and check that itsettles level to within 3 mm, using suitablepacking pieces under the baseframe ifnecessary.

    3 Release 1/4 turn fasteners and remove theenclosure panels and packaging material togive access to the compressor.

    4. Remove the transportation fixings (paintedred) from the drive module. Remove allprotective blanking covers and tapes.

    5. A gland plate is fitted to the RH side of thestarter box. Open the starter door and rotatethe gland plate to the appropriate gland size,or remove the plate and and drill a hole to therequired size in the spare space.

    6. Make sure that the power supply to thecompressor is taken from a fused isolator.The switch must be locked OFF and thefuses removed.

    Connect the power supply to the compressorin accordance with the diagram supplied,using cables which comply with the standardsof the International ElectrotechnicalCommission (I.E.C.) or local regulations.

    Pass the cable through the hole in the outerpanel, then through the gland and gland platebefore connection to the starter.

    7. Connect the air delivery pipe to the userspipework through an isolating shut-off valve.

    8. Position the exhaust panel, blank panel andsplitters between the top and bottom endpanels. Reposition the splitters to dischargevertically or horizontally as required. Securethe fasteners.

    9. Refit the starter compartment top cover andenclosure panels, or close the starter door.

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    5COMMISSIONING

    Page

    Commissioning Procedure 26Preliminary Checks 26Pressure Calibration 27Checking/Altering Program Mode Values 28Final Checks 30

    Negative Regulator (Modulating Control Only) 33

    Commissioning Checklist 34

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    COMMISSIONING

    1. COMMISSIONING PROCEDURE

    When commissioning a new compressor or re-commissioning a compressor which has been outof service, carry out the following proceduresbefore attempting to start:

    Note: We recommend that commissioning iscarried out by a CompAir BroomWade distributor.

    1.1 Preliminary Checks

    1. Check that the isolator switch is locked OFFand that all pipework and electrical powerconnections are correct and tight.

    2. Release 1/4 turn fasteners and remove the topand side panels from the compressor.

    3. Open the starter door and remove theperspex safety panel. Check all screws andconnections in the starter area for security.Check all electrical connections are madecorrectly and are tight.

    4. Ensure the main supply cables and fuseratings comply with regulations.

    5. Ensure the control transformer primarytapping connections are correct for supplyvoltage.

    6. Ensure main motor thermal overload is setcorrectly for motor F.L.C. and supply voltage(if applicable).

    7. Remove panels as required to gain access tomotor connections. Inspect the motor andwiring connections to make sure they arecorrect and secure.

    8. Check that all connections on the rear of thecontroller are correct and secure.

    9. Check that all protective blanks and tapeshave been removed.

    10. Check the oil level and if necessary top upthe separator vessel to the correct level withBroomWade approved lubricant (seeChapter 7 Maintenance Procedures para3.4.2 ).

    11. Refit panels as required. Refit perspex safetypanel in starter compartment and closestarter door.

    Note: The drive belt tension is set at the factoryand requires no further attention.

    Refer to the safety procedures beforecommissioning the compressor unit.

    Lethal voltages are used in this equipment.Use extreme caution when carrying outelectrical checks. Isolate the power supplybefore starting any maintenance work.

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    1.2 Pressure Calibration

    Note: The values shown throughout these procedures are examples only. Ensure set values are compatiblewith the compressor model.

    No. Action Reason Display

    1. Switch power ON at the isolator 0.0 Barand allow the controller to initialise.

    2. Press the STOP button. 0.0 Bareven if the compressor is alreadystopped.

    3. Disconnect the air pipe To apply 0.0 Bar to the 0.0 Barfrom the pressure transmitter. pressure transmitter

    4. Press and hold the STOP, To enter the Pressure 0.0 BarPLUS and MINUS buttons calibration modetogether.

    5. After five seconds indicators To enter Pressure calibration 0.0 BarL1 to L8 will flash four times. mode. The 0.0 Bar calibrationWhen the indicators start to set point is automatically set whenflash release the STOP, PLUS pressure calibration mode isand MINUS buttons. entered.

    6. Apply an accurately known (example - 7.0 bar) 7.1 Barpressure, above 5.5 Bar, tothe pressure transmitter.

    7. Press PLUS or MINUS until To calibrate the pressure 7.0 Barthe pressure display matches transmitter to the appliedthe applied pressure. pressure.

    8. Press STOP To enter the pressure calibration 7.0 barinto the controller memory.(The display will return to normalrunning mode).

    9. Remove the slave air supply and 0.0 Barre-connect the air pipe to thepressure transmitter.

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    1.3 Checking/Altering Program Mode Values

    Note: The values shown throughout these procedures are examples only. Ensure set values relate tocompressor model.

    No. Action Reason Display

    1. Switch power ON at the isolator 0.0 Barand allow the controller to initialise.

    2. Press the STOP button, even if 0.0 Barthe compressor is already stopped.

    3. Press and hold the PLUS and To enter Program mode 0.0 BarMINUS buttons together.

    4. After five seconds indicators 0.0 BarL1 to L8 will flash four times.When the indicators start toflash release the PLUS andMINUS buttons.

    5. Indicator L1 will light and the display 7.5 Barwill show the upper pressureset point P1.

    6. Press PLUS or MINUS To adjust the displayed value 7.0 baror go to step 8 if no adjustmentrequired. (pulsing display)

    7. Press STOP To program the new value 7.0 barinto the controller memory

    (steady display )

    8. Press VIEW To step to the next option 115C

    9. Indicator L2 will light and the display 115Cwill show the oil temperature tripset point.

    10. Press PLUS or MINUS To adjust the displayed value 110Cor go to step 12 if no adjustmentrequired. (pulsing display)

    11. Press STOP To program the new value 110Cinto the controller memory

    (steady display)

    12. Press VIEW To step to the next option

    13. Indicator L3 will light and the 2000display will show the maximumservice interval timer setting.

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    No. Action Reason Display

    14. Press PLUS or MINUS To adjust the displayed value 1500or go to step 16 if no adjustmentrequired. (pulsing display)

    15. Press STOP To program the new value 1500into the controller memory

    (steady display)

    16. Press VIEW To step to the next option

    17. Indicator L4 will light and the 5.0display will show the solenoidvalve 'open' time setting.

    18. Press PLUS or MINUS To adjust the displayed value 2.0or go to step 20 if no adjustmentrequired. (pulsing display)

    19. Press STOP To program the new value 2.0into the controller memory

    (steady display)

    20. Press VIEW To step to the next option

    21. Indicator L5 will light and the display 7.0 barwill show the lower pressure setpoint P2.

    22. Press PLUS or MINUS To adjust the displayed value 6.5 baror go to step 16 if no adjustmentrequired. (pulsing display)

    23. Press STOP To program the new value 6.5 barin to the controller memory

    (steady display)

    24. Press VIEW To step to the next option

    25. Indicator L6 will light and the display C215will show the compressor model

    26. Press PLUS or MINUS To adjust the displayed value C330until the displayed modelmatches the model number (pulsing display)shown on the compressordata plate.

    27. Press STOP To program the new value C330in to the controller memory

    (steady display)

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    No. Action Reason Display

    28. Press VIEW To step to the next option

    29. Indicator L7 will light and the display 0 secswill show the Auto restart delay time.

    30. If the auto restart facility isrequired press PLUS or MINUS. To adjust the displayed value 60 secsIf the facility is not required setthe display to 0 seconds, this (pulsing display)will disable the facility.

    31. Press STOP To program the new value 60 secsin to the controller memory

    (steady display)

    32. Press VIEW To step to the next option

    33. Indicator L8 will light and the display 3 minswill show the Run-on time.

    34. Press PLUS or MINUS To adjust the displayed value 5 minsor go to step 28 if no adjustmentrequired. (pulsing display)

    35. Press STOP To program the new value 5 minsin to the controller memory

    (steady display)

    36. Press RESET To exit Program mode. 0.0 Bar

    1.4 Final Checks

    No. Action Reason Display

    1. Switch power ON at the isolator 0.0 barand allow the controller to initialise.

    2. Press START To start the compressor 0.0 Barand check direction of rotation

    CAUTION: Do not repeatedly start May cause motor overheating,and stop the compressor. contactor damage or air-end

    seizure.Note: The motor may appear to turnslowly for the first few revolutions beforebeginning to run up to speed. This isnormal and should not be considereda fault condition.

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    No. Action Reason Display

    3. Press STOP as soon as the 0.0 Barmotor begins to rotate.

    CAUTION: Do not allow prolongedrunning in the reverse direction asdamage will be caused.

    4. If the direction of rotation ( marked by anarrow on the inside of the service panel)is incorrect, isolate the power supplyand change over motor connectionsU1 and V1 on the main contactorand connections U2 and V2 on thedelta contactor. Return to step 1.

    5. Press START and run the compressoronload until the oil has reached workingtemperature. Check that the oil bypassvalve operates correctly by feeling the risein temperature of the LH header of theoil cooler (viewed from the service end) when the valve opens.

    6. Press STOP. Check that the blowdownsystem operates correctly and that thepressure gauge registers zero whenblowdown ceases.

    7. Top up the oil in the separator vessel tothe correct level.

    8. Simulate a demand for air by openinga drain valve of the downstream airreceiver, if installed, or opening a valvein the users pipework.

    9. Replace all compressor enclosure panels.

    CAUTION: The compressor will overheat if runwithout enclosure panels for any length of time.

    10. Press START and run the compressor.Check that the compressor loads andunloads correctly according to theprogrammed pressure set points.

    11. Check that the drain solenoid (if applicable)operates correctly according to the pre-setsolenoid open and closed times.

    12. Check that, after running off load for theprogrammed run-on time, the compressorstops in to Standby mode.

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    No. Action Reason Display

    13. Check that the compressor automaticallyre-starts when pressure falls below thelower pressure set point P2.

    14. Run the compressor for 30 minutes.Check for air/oil leaks. (It will be necessary to remove the enclosurepanels for short periods). Stop thecompressor and rectify any leaks.

    WARNING: RISK OF HIGH PRESSURE

    Do not use hands to locate leaks in thesystem. Always use a piece of paper orcard for this purpose.

    15. Stop the compressor and check that allenclosure panels are secure.

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    2. NEGATIVE REGULATOR (ModulatingControl Only)

    During commissioning or after a period it will benecessary to adjust the delivery air pressure andthe negative regulator as follows:

    1. Open the shut-off valve to the users pipework.

    2. Create a downstream air bleed to simulate ademand for air by opening the drain valve ofthe downstream air receiver, if installed, oropening a valve in the users pipework.

    3. Remove the LH side panel to gain access tothe negative regulator.

    4. Switch the power supply ON at the isolator.

    5. Use the Program Mode to set the P1 and P2set points.

    Note: Set P2 at the required full flow deliverypressure and P1 at 0.4 bar above this pressure.

    6. Start and run the compressor.

    7. Release the locknut on the negative regulatorspindle and turn the adjusting knob counter-clockwise until the inlet valve on the suctionregulator starts to modulate.

    8. Adjust the knob on the negative regulatorclockwise until the suction regulator inlet valvemodulates between P1 and P2 set points.

    Note: The suction regulator must begin tomodulate at the P2 set point (an example for 7.0bar working delivery pressure is shown below).

    9. Use the pressure display on the control panelfor fine adjustment of the negative regulator.

    10. Tighten the locknut on the negative regulatoradjusting knob.

    11. Refit the access door and close the receiverdrain valve or other downstream valve used tosimulate compressed air demand.

    Note: The suction regulator must begin tomodulate at, or before, the maximum workingpressure rating of the compressor.

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    10069 70 71 72 73 74 75

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    3. COMMISSIONING CHECK LIST

    1. Protective blanks and tapesremoved. ............

    2. Pipework connected and checked.(Isolating valve fitted). ............

    3. All electrical connections checked. ............

    4. All control system connectionschecked. ............

    5. Cable and fuse ratings comply withregulations. ............

    6. Control transformer input voltageset correctly. ............

    7. Overload set correct for motorsize and voltage. ............

    8. Oil level correct. ............

    9. Air-end primed. ............

    10. Drive belt tension correct. ............

    11. Air-end and motor rotate freely. ............

    12. Pressure transmitter calibrated. ............

    13. Pressure set-points set. ............

    14. Controller model option set. ............

    15. Regulation air system isolatingvalve open. ............

    16. Oil drain valve closed. ............

    17. Motor rotation correct. ............

    18. Corrosion inhibitor dispersed. ............

    19. Compressor operation correct. ............

    20. Oil/air fittings checked. ............

    21. Oil temperature within limits. ............

    22. Emergency stop checked. ............

    23. Compressor test run for30 minutes. ............

    24. Oil level topped up. ............

    25. All settings and options recorded. ............

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    6OPERATION

    Page

    Routine Operation 36Starting 36Standby Mode 36Stopping 37Emergency Stop 37Oil Temperature and Hours Run Display 37Service Interval Timer 37Alarms and Shutdown Trips 38Power Supply Failure Detection 39Control Panel Indicators 39

    Program Mode 40Program Mode Routine 40Program Mode Setting Definitions 41Program Mode Settings 41Fixed Parameters 42

    Pressure Calibration Mode 42Pressure Calibration Routine 42

    Control Function Options 43Automatic Restart 43Remote Start/Stop Facility 43Remote Load/Unload 43Remote Group Fault Output 45

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    OPERATION

    Refer to the safety procedures beforeoperating the compressor unit.

    Lethal voltages are used in this equipment.Use extreme caution when carrying outelectrical checks. Isolate the power supplybefore starting any maintenance work.

    ! WARNING

    1. ROUTINE OPERATION

    1.1 Starting

    1. Switch mains power ON at the isolator. Thedisplay will show the control programidentification and the Power on indicator (L9)will light.

    2. After a few seconds the Delivery pressureindicator (L1) will light and the display willshow the delivery pressure in Bar. See para1.5 Oil temperature and Hours run display.

    3. The Remote start/Auto restart indicator (L8)will light if the Remote start or Auto restartfacilities have been selected. See para 4Control Function Options. If a fault exists,one of the alarm or trip indicators will flash.See para 1.9 Control Panel indicators forpossible start-up faults.

    4. To start the compressor press START (B2).

    CAUTION: Do not repeatedly start and stop thecompressor.

    Note: the compressor motor may appear to turnslowly for the first few revolutions before runningup to speed. This is normal and should not beconsidered a fault condition.

    5. Provided pressure at the delivery point isbelow the P2 pressure set point thecompressor will start and run. If pressure isabove the P2 set point the compressor willenter Standby mode and the Start indicator(L8) will flash. The compressor willautomatically start and run when deliverypressure falls below the P2 set point.

    6. The compressor will not start from the frontpanel if the Remote start facility is enabled.

    7. During the initial starting period, the drivemotor starts in Star connection. Following theswitch from Star to Delta a two seconds loaddelay time will occur before the compressorruns on load. The compressor will load andunload according to the delivery pressure setpoints P1 and P2.

    Note: When the compressor is on-load, a smalllight will appear in the lower left hand side of thedisplay to indicate the compressor is in the loadedcondition. This is intended as a fault diagnostic aidonly.

    8. Initially the oil temperature will rise rapidly toworking temperature, the thermostatic bypassvalve will then operate to maintain thetemperature at normal working level.

    9. Fault conditions are continuously monitoredfrom start-up and an alarm or trip indicatorwill flash if a fault occurs.

    10. To interrogate the Oil temperature or to viewthe Hours Run press VIEW (B1). See para1.5 Oil temperature and Hours run display.

    1.2 Standby Mode

    1. If the compressor is off-load for longer thanthe programmed Run-on time, thecompressor will stop and the Start indicator(L8) will flash slowly for a short period of timewhile the compressor blows down.

    2. The Start indicator will flash quickly toindicate the compressor is in the Standbymode. The compressor will startautomatically when the delivery pressure fallsbelow the P2 pressure set point.

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    1.3 Stopping

    1. To stop the compressor press STOP (B3).This initiates a controlled shut downsequence. The compressor will unload, thedrive motor will stop and the Start indicator(L8) will flash slowly for the blowdown period.See para 2.3 Program mode settings.

    2. The compressor motor cannot be re-startedduring the blowdown sequence. If START(B2) is pressed the start indicator will flashquickly and the compressor will enter theStandby mode and start automatically whenthe blowdown time expires.

    CAUTION: The compressor should not be stoppedduring a start sequence.

    1.4 Emergency Stop

    1. When EMERGENCY STOP is pressed, thecompressor will stop immediately and the unitwill blow down.

    2. Indicators L1 to L8 will flash to showEMERGENCY STOP has been pressed.

    3. If the EMERGENCY STOP button is resetand RESET (B6) pressed during theblowdown time, the Start indicator will slowflash for the remainder of the normalblowdown time.

    CAUTION: The Emergency Stop button should beused only in a genuine emergency and must notbe used as the normal method of stopping thecompressor.

    1.5 Oil Temperature and Hours Run Display

    1. When the compressor is in normal runningmode indicator L1 will be lit and the displaywill show the delivery pressure in Bar.

    2. To interrogate the oil temperature, total hoursrun or hours run onload, press VIEW (B1).

    3. Each time VIEW is pressed the next indicatorin the sequence L1 to L4 will light and thedisplay will show the corresponding value.

    Indicator Display

    L1 Delivery Pressure in Bar

    L2 Oil Temperature in C

    L3 Total hours run

    L4 Hours run on-load

    The display will reset to show delivery pressure 60seconds after VIEW is last pressed.

    1.6 Service Interval Timer

    The controller uses a countdown timer which canbe reset to programmed maximum each time aservice is carried out. The maximum reset hourscan be adjusted to suit site conditions and/orservice schedule requirements. When the timerreaches zero hours, indicator L3 will slow flash toindicate a service is due. When the service hasbeen completed the service countdown timer canbe reset by entering the program mode, selectingthe service interval hours display (indicator L3),and pressing STOP. The service intervalcountdown timer will reset to the hours displayedon the program mode service interval setting. Theservice due alarm can be reset by pressingRESET after the above procedure has beencompleted.

    The compressor must be stopped and the powerisolated to carry out the required service (see'Safety Procedures'). On completion of the servicethe service interval timer must be reset.

    When in the normal running mode the 'hoursremaining until next service due' can be viewed atany time. Press VIEW until indicator L3 isilluminated and the display shows the total hoursrun. Press and hold PLUS and the display willshow the hours remaining until the next service isdue until PLUS is released.

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    1.7 Alarms and Shutdown Trips

    1. If an alarm condition occurs and serviceattention is required the appropriate alarmindicator will flash.

    2. If a trip condition occurs the compressor willstop and the appropriate trip indicator willflash. This can occur any time after thecompressor has been started. See para 1.9Control panel indicators.

    3. The oil temperature alarm and oiltemperature trip conditions are shown byindicator (L2) flashing. Indicator (L2) will flashslowly for an alarm condition and thecompressor will continue to run. Indicator (L2)will flash quickly for a trip condition and thecompressor will shut down immediately.

    4. The oil temperature alarm level isautomatically set 10C below theprogrammed oil temperature trip level. Seepara 2 Program mode.

    B1 ViewB2 StartB3 StopB4 PlusB5 MinusB6 ResetD1 DisplayE Emergency Stop ButtonL1 Pressure

    L2 TemperatureL3 Hours RunL4 Hours OnloadL5 Air Filter AlarmL6 Motor FaultL7 Auto/Remote StartL8 RunningL9 Power On

    CONTROL PANEL

    P1 bar

    T1 C

    P2

    T1 C P1 bar

    P2

    L1

    D1 B1

    B2 E

    B3

    B4

    B5

    B6

    L2L3L4L5L6L7L8L9

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    1.8 Power Supply Failure Detection

    The controller is equipped with a power supplyfailure detection facility. If a power supply failure isdetected, the compressor will stop, the controllerwill reset, and the display will show threehorizontal lines in the left hand side of the displayafter the controller has re-initialised.

    If the power failure Auto-restart facility is enabled,the compressor will automatically restart.

    Note: This facility is designed to detect total loss ofpower, not a drop in normal supply voltage.

    1.9 Control Panel Indicators

    Indicator When on (Steady) When flashing

    L1 Display will show delivery pressure Excess pressure trip

    L2 Display will show oil temperature High oil temp alarm (slow flash)High oil temp trip (quick flash)

    L3 Display will show total hours run Service due

    L4 Display will show hours run on-load

    L5 Change air filter alarm

    L6 Drive motor trip

    L7 Remote control / Auto restart enabled Auto restart warning

    L8 Compressor started Standby (quick flash)

    Blowing down (slow flash)

    L9 Main supply power ON

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    2. PROGRAM MODE

    2.1 Program Mode Routine

    Program mode is used to access, view and/oralter the operating parameters and options storedin the memory of the controller.

    1. To enter the Program mode press STOP(B3) then press and hold PLUS (B4) andMINUS (B5) together.

    2. After five seconds indicators L1 to L8 willflash four times to indicate that the controllerhas entered Program mode. Release PLUSand MINUS buttons when the indicators startto flash.

    3. After the indicators have flashed four times,indicator L1 will remain lit and the display willshow the current upper pressure set point P1.

    4. When VIEW (B1) is pressed indicator L1 willextinguish and indicator L2 will light. Thedisplay will now show the Oil temperature tripsetting.

    5. Each time VIEW is pressed the next indicatorin the sequence L1 to L8 will light and thedisplay will show the appropriate option.

    6. To alter a displayed setting, press PLUS(B4) or MINUS (B5) to adjust the displayedvalue. The display will flash when anadjustment is made. When the displayshows the required value, press STOP (B3)to enter the new value in to the controllermemory. The display will show the newsetting as a steady value.

    Note: Any adjustment that is not entered into thecontroller memory by pressing STOP (B3) will beignored and the original value maintained.

    7. Press RESET (B6) to return to normalrunning mode.

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    2.2 Program Mode Setting Definitions

    Indicator Setting Description

    L1 Pressure set point P1 Pressure at which the compressor will unload.

    L2 Oil temperature trip Temperature at which the compressor will shut down andindicate a high oil temperature trip. (The oil temperature alarm isset automatically at 10C below the trip)

    L3 Service interval time Maximum service interval time. Service due countdown timerwill reset to this value each time a service is carried out and thetimer reset.

    L4 Solenoid 'open' time. Time in seconds that the valve opens every cycle. The 'shut'time is fixed at 60 seconds.

    L5 Pressure set point P2 Pressure at which the compressor will load.

    L6 Model Defines a number of fixed settings required by a particularcompressor model. See para 2.4 Fixed Parameters.

    L7 Auto Restart delay The time between power being restored after a power failureand the compressor automatically re-starting. (Set zero time toinhibit the Auto-restart function).

    L8 Run-on time The time which the compressor will run in the off-load statebefore the main motor stops and the compressor entersStandby mode.

    2.3 Program Mode Settings

    Indicator Setting Unit Minimum Maximum Step Default

    L1 Pressure set point P1 Bar 5.1 13.9 0.1 7.5

    L2 Oil temp trip C 90 120 1 115L5 Pressure set point P2 Bar 5.0 12.9 0.1 7.0

    L6 Model Model C105 C345 option C215

    L7 Auto restart delay seconds 60 240 1 0

    L8 Run-on time minutes 3 15 1 3

    CAUTION: The model option must be set to matchthe compressor data plate.

    The P1 pressure set point must not be set abovethe maximum design pressure stated on the dataplate.

    Note: The minimum Auto restart delay time is setaccording to the normal blowdown time of thecompressor model.

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    2.4 Fixed Parameters

    The motor star/delta time and blowdown time areset automatically, depending on the compressormodel programmed in the controller.

    Parameter Unit Model

    C330 C337 C345

    Star/Delta time secs 50 55 60

    Blowdown time secs 25 25 25

    Note: The blowdown time occurs when the drivemotor stops. The compressor cannot be startedduring the blowdown time.

    3. PRESSURE CALIBRATION MODE

    3.1 Pressure Calibration Routine

    The pressure calibration routine is used tocalibrate the controller to the pressure transmitterto obtain an accurate pressure display readingwhen commissioning or re-commissioning thecompressor and at each major service interval.The routine should also be used when renewingthe controller or pressure transmitter.

    1. Stop the compressor and isolate thecompressor air delivery from the userssystem.

    2. Remove the air pipe from the pressuretransmitter to establish a true zero pressurecondition.

    Note: Calibration will be affected if the air pipe isnot removed before entering calibration mode.

    3. Press and hold PLUS (B4), MINUS (B5) andSTOP (B3) together.

    4. After five seconds indicators L1 to L8 willflash four times to indicate that the controlleris now in pressure calibration mode. ReleasePLUS (B4), MINUS (B5) and STOP (B3)when the indicators start to flash.

    5. The display will show 0.0 Bar. If the pressuretransmitter signal is outside of acceptablelimits. The controller will automatically returnto normal running mode and display apressure transmitter fault.

    6. Apply an accurately known pressure, above5.5 Bar, to the pressure transmitter.

    7. The display will not start to indicate a readinguntil the applied pressure is above 5.5 Bar.

    8. Use PLUS (B4) and MINUS (B5) to increaseor decrease the display reading.

    Note: The controller will not allow the display to beadjusted outside of set maximum and minimumlimits. The display will show four horizontal lines ifthe calibration limits are exceeded.

    9. Press STOP (B3) when the pressure displaymatches the applied pressure. The displaywill return to normal running mode.

    10. Press RESET (B6) at any time to abandonthe calibration sequence and return to normalrunning mode.

    11. Remove the pressure applied at Step 6.

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    4. CONTROL FUNCTION OPTIONS

    4.1 Automatic Re-start

    Automatic re-start will allow the compressor tostart automatically after a break or failure in themains power supply. When this facility is enabledthe Remote start / Auto re-start indicator (L8) willbe lit.

    1. To enable Automatic re-start select anAutomatic restart delay time of greater thanzero seconds using the Program Mode.

    2. To disable Automatic restart select anautomatic restart delay time of zero seconds.

    3. When power is restored after a break orfailure of the main supply power, the Remotestart / Auto re-start indicator (L8) will flash forthe programmed Auto re-start delay time.This provides a warning before thecompressor re-starts. The compressor motorwill automatically re-start and continue to runafter the auto restart delay time expires.

    4. The compressor will only automatically re-start if the compressor was in the On-load,Off-load or Standby mode when the break orfailure in main supply power occurred.

    4.1.1 Automatic Restart Delay Time

    The Auto restart delay time can be adjusted usingthe Program Mode.

    In multiple compressor installations, staggeredrestarting can be achieved by adjusting the delaytime of each compressor differently.

    Example - Four compressor installation:-

    Compressor Autorestart delay time

    1 60 seconds2 120 seconds3 180 seconds4 240 seconds

    4.2 Remote Start/Stop Facility

    4.2.1 Remote Start

    The remote start facility will enable the compressorto be started from a remote location.

    1. When this option is selected, the Remotecontrol/Auto re-start indicator (L8) will be litand the START button (B2) on thecompressor panel is disabled; all STOPfunctions are unaffected.

    2. To enable the remote start facility connect alength of wire between terminal X2/1 andcontroller terminal X01, pin 7.

    3. The compressor can be remotely started ifremote start terminal X01, pin 4, is connectedvia a remote normally open button or otherswitching device, to terminal X2/1. Theconnection can be a pulse of at least 05seconds or continuous.

    4.2.2 Remote Stop

    Note: Wire LK1 must be removed to enable theremote stop to function.

    The remote stop facility will enable the compressorto be stopped from a remote location.

    1. The remote stop is active at all times,regardless of the remote start facility beingenabled.

    2. The compressor can be stopped remotely bydisconnecting the wire link between terminalsX2/1 and X2/2 via a remote, normally closedbutton or other switching device.

    4.3 Remote Load/Unload

    The remote load/unload facility enables thecompressor to be pressure controlled by a remotepressure switch, pressure control system orcascade panel.

    1. To enable the remote Load/Unload facilityconnect a length of wire between terminalX2/1 and controller terminal X01, pin 5.

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    2. When this option is selected the compressorwill load when terminal X01, pin 6 isconnected, via a remote pressure switch,cascade control panel or other switchingdevice, to terminal X2/1.

    3. The compressor will unload when theconnection between X01, pin 6 and X2/1 isbroken.

    REMOTE START/STOP

    REMOTE LOAD/UNLOAD

    Controller

    X01-6 X01-5

    Remotepressureswitch orcascadepanel

    X2/

    1

    Controller

    X2/

    2

    X2/

    1

    StartN/O

    StopN/C

    X01-4 X01-7

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    4.4 Remote Group Fault Output

    4.4.1 Group Fault Relay

    The control card is fitted with a group fault relay,the relay contacts being available for switchingremote facilities. The relay contacts are rated for amaximum of 250V ac at 5A and are connected tocontroller terminal X08, pins 9 and 10.

    4.4.2 Group Fault Relay Operation

    When power is switched ON, and no alarm or tripis detected, the group fault relay will energise andthe contacts will close circuit. If an alarm or fault isdetected or a power failure occurs, the relay willde-energise and the contacts will open circuit. Therelay will energise again when the controller isreset and no further alarm or trip condition exists.

    Controller

    X08-9 X08-10+V~

    Fault

    0V~

    Relay 98475-71Relay base 98475-72

    1 4 2 3

    5 7 68

    X1/

    2

    X1/

    1 1

    3

    6

    82475

    4.4.3 Group Fault Relay - Example

    Remote wires (eg from a PLC or buildingmanagement system) can be connected directly tothe control card group fault relay contacts availableon pins 9 and 10 of terminal X08.

    If the output is used for switching a remote faultlamp or audible alarm, the group fault relaycontacts will be required to operate in reverse. Inthis case an additional relay 98475-71 and base98475-72 should be fitted, as shown in thediagram below. This will give a normally openremote contact which will close when a fault isdetected or power failure occurs.

    Note: If the compressor has been out of operationfor a prolonged period it is advisable to carry outthe full commissioning procedure before starting.

    GROUP FAULT RELAY EXAMPLE

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    7MAINTENANCE

    Page

    Routine Maintenance 48Cleanliness 48Recording Pressures and Temperatures 48Maintenance Record 48Electrical Connections 48Leaks 48Lubricating Oil 48

    Maintenance Schedule 49Separator Element Part Number Table 50Service Kit Part Number Table 50Drive Belt Part Number Table (50Hz) 50Drive Belt Part Number Table (60Hz) 50

    Maintenance Procedures 52Enclosure Filter 52Air Intake Filter 52Oil Separator Filter 52Oil System 53Drive Belt(s) 55Electrical System 56Electric Motors 56Suction Regulator 56Minimum Pressure Valve 56Flexible Hoses 56

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    MAINTENANCE

    Refer to the safety procedures beforecarrying out any maintenance orservicing work on the compressor unit.

    Lethal voltages are used in this equipment.Use extreme caution when carrying outelectrical checks. Isolate the power supplybefore starting any maintenance work.

    ! WARNING

    1. ROUTINE MAINTENANCE

    To ensure efficient operation of the compressorthe performance must be checked regularly andadjustments made to maintain the correct settings.This section gives the information needed for thispurpose.

    A condition of the Warranty cover is for the user toensure that routine maintenance and regularservicing must be carried out as recommended inthe Maintenance Schedule and an accuraterecord is kept of the work.

    All CompAir BroomWade compressors are fittedwith high performance filtration equipment. If theworking environment is particularly dusty the filterelements and the heat exchangers will requiremore frequent attention.

    1.1 Cleanliness

    The compressor must be kept in a clean conditionat all times. Make regular inspections for signs ofdamage, excessive wear and security of fittings.Ensure that any oil spillage is wiped upimmediately and any residual oil cleaned fromexternal surfaces.

    1.2 Recording Pressures and Temperatures

    Keep a regular daily record of the compressoroperating pressure and temperature by noting theindicator readings, together with ambient airtemperature, in a record book.

    The readings should be taken when conditions arestable and with the compressor running on fullload.

    1.3 Maintenance Record

    Keep a careful record of all servicing, maintenanceand repair work carried out on the compressorunit. The record will form a useful reference.

    1.4 Electrical Connections

    Regularly check for loose connections or frayedwiring. Clean and tighten all connections andrepair or replace all frayed or damaged wires andcables before starting up.

    Avoid damage to electrical wiring when working onthe compressor and ensure no damage will becaused by chafing or contact with hot surfaces.

    1.5 Leaks

    Inspect for leaks, loose pipe connections and dirtbuild up prior to carrying out routine maintenance.

    Tighten loose connections and repair or replacedamaged pipes or hoses immediately.

    WARNING: RISK OF HIGHPRESSURE

    Do NOT use hands to locate leaks in the system.Always use a piece of paper or card for thispurpose.

    1.6 Lubricating Oil

    It is essential to maintain the correct level of oiland to change the oil completely at the specifiedintervals. Details are given under MaintenanceProcedures.

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    Item Action

    Weekly

    Oil System Check oil level. Top up if necessary.Separator Element Check separator element. Renew if on load pressure

    differential is 1 bar or above.Aftercooler Check condition of pre-filter and clean as necessary.

    Minor Service Every 2000 hours or 6 months (whichever is sooner)

    Minor Service Use correct Service kit for model.Oil System Change oil if appropriate to type in use (see 3.4 Oil

    System).Blowdown System Check operation.Electrical Wiring Check connections and condition.Drain Solenoid Valve Check operation.Starter Check connections and condition of contactors.Aftercooler and Oil Cooler Clean externally.Drive Belt(s) Check condition.Oil Filter Renew Oil Filter.Air Filter Renew Air Filter.

    Interim Service Every 4000 hours or 1 year (whichever is sooner)

    Service Carry out Minor Service.Separator Element Renew separator element.

    Major Service Every 8000 hours or 2 years (whichever is sooner)

    Major Service Use correct Major Service Kit for modelService Carry out Interim Service.Minimum Pressure Valve Service valve.Suction Regulator Service suction regulator.

    Note: Renew the drive belt(s) every 16000 hours or 4 years, whichever is sooner.

    2. MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE

    Regular maintenance should be carried out byyour local CompAir BroomWade distributor asdetailed in the Maintenance Schedule. TheSchedule should be used as a general guide only.

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    2.1 Separator Filter Part Number Table

    Model Qty. Max Rated SeparatorCyclon Pressure Filter

    (Bar)

    330/337 1 75 to 13 98262-223345 2 75 to 13 98262-223

    2.3 Drive Belt Part Number Table (50 Hz)

    Model Qty. Maximum Rated Pressure

    7.5 bar 8.2 bar 10 bar 13 bar

    330 4 98080-152 98080-152 98080-152 98080-153337 4 98080-153 98080-154 98080-154 98080-155345 4 98080-155 98080-156 98080-156 98080-155

    Note: See the compressor data plate for the compressor model and the maximum rated pressure.

    2.4 Drive Belt Part Number Table (60 Hz)

    Model Qty. Maximum Rated Pressure

    7.5 bar 8.2 bar 10 bar 13 bar

    330 4 98080-151 98080-152 98080-153 98080-153337 4 98080-153 98080-153 98080-154 98080-153345 4 98080-153 98080-154 98080-153 98080-155

    Note: See the compressor data plate for the compressor model and the maximum rated pressure.

    2.2 Service Kit Part Number Table

    Model (Cyclon) Service Kit Major Service Kit

    330/337 CK2003-2 CK8003-2345 CK2003-2 CK8003-3

    Note: Use Service and Major Kit for Major Service requirements

    GENUINE PARTS

    USE ONLY

    AUTHORISED SERVICEAGENTS

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    1. Intake Air Filter2. Suction Regulator3. Oil Cooler4. Drive Belt5. Motor Bearings6. Minimum Pressure/Non-return Valve7. Separator Element8. Oil Filter Element

    9. Oil Drain Valve10. Control Air Isolating Valve11. Oil Filler Cap12. Oil Level Sightglass13. Air Cooler14. Display Panel15. Belt Tensioner16. Blowdown Valve

    SERVICING POINTS

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    3. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES

    Refer to the safety procedures beforecarrying out any maintenance or servicingwork on the compressor unit.

    Lethal voltages are used in this equipment.Use extreme caution when carrying outelectrical checks. Isolate the power supplybefore starting any maintenance work.

    Where a maintenance procedure belowincludes the warning The compressormust be stopped the following steps mustbe taken before work is commenced:

    1. Close the shut-off valve to the userspipework.

    2. Switch the power supply OFF at theisolator.

    3. Ensure that the blowdown system hasoperated to release all pressure from theoil separator.

    Check that the pressure display and thepressure gauge(s) in the service arearegister zero.

    WARNING

    3.1 Enclosure Filter

    The compressor is provided with a coarse screenfilter which acts as a pre-filter for the intake air.

    Carry out a regular check on the condition of thepre-filter material and if necessary clean asfollows:

    1. Remove the LH starter side panel. Removethe filter element and wash it carefully in amild detergent solution. Rinse thoroughly andallow to dry.

    2. Refit the element and refit the side panel.

    3.2 Air Intake Filter

    Clean intake air is essential for satisfactoryoperation of the unit. Any ingress of unfiltered airwill result in a reduction in the service life of theseparator element.

    Particular care should be taken during routineservicing to ensure that unfiltered air cannotbypass the air intake filter element via unsoundjoints and defective trunking, etc.

    3.2.1 To Change the Air Filter:

    1. Release the 1/4 turn fasteners and remove theside panel to gain access to the intake airfilter.

    2. Remove the clips from the air intake filter andwithdraw the element.

    3. Fit the new element , secure the clip and refitthe side panel.

    3.3 Oil Separator Filter

    The separator filter has a nominal service life of4000 hours under normal operating conditions.

    Adverse operating conditions or failure to carry outregular maintenance and/or correct operatingprocedures will affect the service life of theelement.

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    3.3.1 To Change the Separator Filter:

    The compressor must be stopped.

    1. Open the door to the service area to gainaccess to the manifold block.

    Note: Cyclon 345 has two separate filters both ofwhich must be changed at the same time.

    2. Unscrew the old separator filter(s) from themanifold block and discard the filter andsealing ring.

    3. Apply a light film of oil to the seal of the newfilter(s).

    4. To fit the new filter(s), screw into the manifoldblock until the gasket contacts the sealingsurface. Then tighten a further 1/3 turn.

    5. Close the service area door.

    3.4 Oil System

    3.4.1 Recommended Oil

    The compressor is factory filled with BroomWade4000 HR Oil or CompAir FG Lubricant.

    1. BroomWade 4000 HR OilThis is a high performance oil with excellentlubrication and cooling characteristicsformulated to maintain internal cleanliness,reduce the build-up of deposits on filterelements and extend component life.

    2. CompAir FG LubricantA synthetic hydrocarbon based lubricantwhich has been specially developed for usewhere discharge air may come into contactwith foodstuffs or for reasons of health orenvironment. CompAir FG Lubricant meetsthe requirements of FDA regulation 21 CFR178.3570 and is USDA H-1 approved.

    The local CompAir BroomWade distributor willassist in the selection of an appropriate lubricantand in many cases will also be able to arrange forregular sampling of the oil to monitor the conditionof the compressor, and to determine the oil changeintervals to ensure optimum performance.

    3.4.2 To Check the Oil Level:

    To view the oil level sightglass, remove the frontpanel of the plant.

    When stopped the mimimum level is indicatedwhen the sightglass is less than half full. Themaximum level is indicated when the sightglass isfull and the oil reaches the bottom threads in thefiller neck.

    When running on-load the minimum level isindicated when oil is no longer visible in thesightglass.

    If necessary top up the separator with oil asfollows:

    The compressor must be stopped.

    1. Open the door to the service area.

    2. Unscrew the filler cap.

    3. Fill to the correct level with BroomWadeapproved lubricant.

    4. Refit the filler cap and tighten by hand.

    5. Close the service area door.

    CAUTION: Always use the correct grade of oil anddo not mix oils of different types.

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    3.4.3 To Change the Oil Filter:

    The compressor must be stopped.

    1. Open the door to the service area.

    2. Unscrew the old oil filter from the manifoldblock and discard.

    3. Apply a light film of oil to the seal of the newelement and prime the new filter with oil.

    4. To fit the new element, screw it into themanifold block until the gasket contacts thesealing surface. Then tighten a further 1/3 turn.

    5. Close the service area door.

    6. Check oil level during initial run and top up ifnecessary.

    3.4.4 Normal Oil Change

    CAUTION: Always use the correct grade of oil anddo not mix oils of different types.

    1. BroomWade 4000 HR OilProvided the air-end discharge temperaturedoes not normally exceed 85C CompAir4000 HR Oil should be changed every 4000hours service or 1 year, whichever is sooner.

    Where the air-end discharge temperatureregularly exceeds 85C then a change periodof 2000 Hours or 6 months is recommended.

    2. CompAir FG LubricantProvided the air-end discharge temperaturedoes not regularly exceed 85C CompAir FGLubricant should be changed every 4000hours service or 1 year, whichever is sooner.

    Where the air-end discharge temperatureregularly exceeds 85C then a change periodof 2000 Hours or 6 months is recommended.

    Note: Where high dust levels and/or pollution arepresent the oil must be changed more frequentlyand the condition of the intake filtration systemexamined regularly.

    3.4.5 To Change the Oil:

    To drain the oil, the system must (a) bepressurised or (b) an alternative source ofcompressed air must be available.

    CAUTION: Always use the correct grade of oil anddo not mix oils of different types.

    Method (a)

    1. Run the compressor on load to pressurise thesystem.

    2. Open the door to the service area.

    3. Close the control air isolating valve,fitted tothe side of the manifold block (lever to thevertical position) and the isolating valve in theuser's system.

    Note: A minimum of 4 bar (60 psi) must bemaintained in the compressor unit prior to carryingout the oil drain procedure.

    4. Stop the compressor. Wait until the motor hasstopped rotating before proceeding.

    5. Remove the plug and connect a hose(minimum 10 mm bore) to the drain tap andplace the open end into a suitable container.

    Risk of injury from hot oil under pressure.

    6. Slowly open the drain tap and allow the oilto drain into the container for disposal.

    7. Close the drain tap, disconnect the hose, andremove the container . Refit the drain tapplug.

    8. Open the control air isolating valve (lever tothe horizontal position) and allow anypressure to be released through the normalblowdown process.

    9. Remove and discard the old oil filter element.

    10. Prime the new filter with oil.

    WARNING! !

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    11. Apply a film of clean oil to the seal of a new oilfilter element. Screw the element into thehousing until it contacts the gasket andtighten a further 1/3 turn.

    12. Fill the separator to the correct level withBroomWade approved lubricant, refit the fillercap and tighten by hand.

    13. Open the isolating valve to the user's system.

    14. Run the compressor until it reaches workingtemperature to ensure full circulation of the oil.

    15. Check the oil level and top up as necessary.

    Method (b)

    1. Open the door to the service area.

    2. Close the control air isolating valve, fitted tothe side of the manifold block (lever to thevertical position) and the isolating valve in theuser's system.

    3. Ensure that all pressure has been releasedfrom the oil separator, remove the filler plugand fit a suitable connector to the neck of thefiller pipe for the air supply.

    4. Apply pressure to the compressor unit(minimum of 4 bar or 60 psi).

    5. Remove the plug and connect a hose(minimum 10 mm bore) to the drain tap andplace the open end into a suitable container.

    Risk of injury from hot oil under pressure.

    6. Slowly open the drain tap and allow the oil todrain into the container for disposal.

    7. Close the drain tap, disconnect the hose andremove the container. Refit the drain tap plug.

    8. Close the air supply through the filler tube,open the control air isolating valve (lever tothe horizontol position) and allow anypressure to be released through the normalblowdown process.

    9. Remove the air supply and fitting from thefiller tube.

    10. Remove and discard the old oil filter element.

    11. Apply a film of clean oil to the seal of a new oilfilter element. Screw the element into thehousing until it contacts the gasket andtighten a further 1/3 turn.

    12. Fill the separator to the correct level withBroomWade approved lubricant, refit the fillercap and tighten by hand.

    13. Open the isolating valve to the users system.

    14. Run the compressor until it reaches workingtemperature to ensure full circulation of the oil.

    15. Check the oil level and top up as necessary.

    3.5 Drive Belt(s)

    The drive belt tension is set at the factory andrequires no further attention.

    When fitting a new belt adjust the tensionaccording to the instructions below. Run thecompressor for 30 minutes to allow the belt tosettle into the pulley grooves then stop thecompressor and re-tension the belt.

    CAUTION: Any further tensioning will affect the lifeof the belt.

    1.5 mm

    1

    3

    4

    2PI/97/035

    DRIVE BELT ADJUSTMENT

    WARNING! !

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    3.5.1 Adjustment After Fitting New Drive Belt(s):

    1. Release the 1/4 turn fasteners and remove theLH side panel.

    2. Loosen the lock nut (1) and turn the nut (2)clockwise until the adjuster (3) contacts thecut-out in the spring retainer (4).

    3. Screw the nut (2) back one turn and tightenthe lock nut (1).

    4. Check that the gap between the adjuster (3)and spring retainer (4) is 1.5 mm.

    5. Refit the side panel and secure the fasteners .

    3.6 Electrical System

    3.6.1 To Check the Electrical Connections:

    Carefully inspect all the electrical wiring and checkthe security of all connections and terminals.

    3.7 Electric Motors

    3.7.1 Motor Bearings

    The main drive motor is fitted with grease nipplesand the bearings must be lubricated every 4000hours.

    The recommended grease for lubrication of themotor bearings is Esso (Exxon) Unirex N3 or anequivalent lithium complex grease.

    Note: The bearings must not be over-lubricated.

    The compressor must be stopped.

    1. Locate the grease nipples and remove thedust caps.

    2. Inject clean grease into the nipples with agrease gun. Remove excess grease.

    3. Start the compressor and run for 5 minutes.

    4. Remove excess grease and refit the dust caps.

    3.7.2 Dust Contamination

    If the compressor is operating in a dustyatmosphere it may be necessary to clean themotor windings periodically. The motor should beinspected at the service intervals to determine thecleaning frequency.

    3.8 Suction Regulator

    3.9 Minimum Pressure Valve

    The servicing of items 3.8 and 3.9 should becarried out by a CompAir BroomWade Distributor.

    3.10 Flexible Hoses

    When fitting flexible hoses the nuts should betightened using the torque appropriate to the nutsizes.

    BSP Size Torque

    0.5 in 44 Nm0.75 in 84 Nm

    1.0 in 115 Nm1.25 in 189 Nm

    1.5 in 244 Nm2.0 in 297 Nm

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    8FAULT FINDING

    Page

    Fault Indications 58Trip Fault Indications 58Alarm Fault Indications 59

    Shutdown Faults 59

    Alarm Faults 60

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    1. FAULT INDICATIONS

    1.1 Trip Fault Indications

    Display Meaning

    L1 to L8 Flashing Quickly Emergency Stop

    L1 Flashing Quickly Excess Pressure

    L1 Flashing Quickly,Pressure Display shows (----) Pressure Sensor Failure

    L2 Flashing Quickly Excess Temperature

    L2 Flashing Quickly,Temperature display shows (----) Temperature sensor failure

    L6 Flashing Quickly Drive Motor Fault