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7.2. 7.2.1. 7.2.2. 7.2.3. 7.2.4. 7.2.5. 7.3. 7.3.1. 7.3.2. 7.3.3. 7.3.4. 7.3.5. 7.3.6. 7.3.7. 7.3.8. 7.3.9. 7.3.10. 7.3.11. 7.3.12. 7.3.13. 7.3.14. 7.3.15. 7.3.16. 7.3.17. 7.3.18. 7.3.19. Exploded View.....46 Exploded view table of components...46 Exploded view DRYPOINT RA 80-100...47 Exploded view DRYPOINT RA 120-160....48 Exploded view DRYPOINT RA 180-360....49 Exploded view DRYPOINT RA 400-720....50 Electrical Diagram.....51 Electrical Diagram table of components....51 Electrical Diagram DRYPOINT RA 80-160 - Electronic Instrument DMC14..52 Electrical Diagram DRYPOINT RA 80-160 - Electronic Instrument DMC14..53 Electrical Diagram DRYPOINT RA 80-160 - Electronic Instrument DMC14..54 Electrical Diagram DRYPOINT RA 80-160 - Electronic Instrument DMC20..55 Electrical Diagram DRYPOINT RA 80-160 - Electronic Instrument DMC20..56 Electrical Diagram DRYPOINT RA 80-160 - Electronic Instrument DMC20..57 Electrical Diagram DRYPOINT RA 180-360 - Electronic Instrument DMC14..58 Electrical Diagram DRYPOINT RA 180-360 - Electronic Instrument DMC14..59 Electrical Diagram DRYPOINT RA 180-360 - Electronic Instrument DMC14..60 Electrical Diagram DRYPOINT RA 180-360 - Electronic Instrument DMC20..61 Electrical Diagram DRYPOINT RA 180-360 - Electronic Instrument DMC20..62 Electrical Diagram DRYPOINT RA 180-360 - Electronic Instrument DMC20..63 Electrical Diagram DRYPOINT RA 400-720 - Electronic Instrument DMC14..64 Electrical Diagram DRYPOINT RA 400-720 - Electronic Instrument DMC14..65 Electrical Diagram DRYPOINT RA 400-720 - Electronic Instrument DMC14..66 Electrical Diagram DRYPOINT RA 400-720 - Electronic Instrument DMC20..67 Electrical Diagram DRYPOINT RA 400-720 - Electronic Instrument DMC20..68 Electrical Diagram DRYPOINT RA 400-720 - Electronic Instrument DMC20..69

Safety rules

1. Safety rules
1.1. Definition of the Conventional Signs Used in This Manual
Carefully read instruction manual before attempting any service or maintenance procedures on the dryer. Caution warning sign. Risk of danger or possibility of damage to equipment, if related text is not followed properly. Electrical hazard. Warning message indicates practices or procedures that could result in personal injury or fatality if not followed correctly. Danger hazard. Part or system under pressure. Danger hazard. High temperature conditions exist during operation of system. Avoid contact until system or component has dissipated heat. Danger hazard. Treated air is not suitable for breathing purposes; serious injury or fatality may result if precautions are not followed. Danger hazard: In case of fire, use an approved fire extinguisher, water is not an acceptable means in cases of fire. Danger hazard. Do not operate equipment with panels removed.

Proper Use of the Dryer

This dryer has been designed, manufactured and tested for the purpose of separating the humidity normally contained in compressed air. Any other use has to be considered improper. The Manufacturer will not be responsible for any problem arising from improper use; the user will bear responsibility for any resulting damage. Moreover, the correct use requires the adherence to the installation instructions, specifically: Voltage and frequency of the main power. Pressure, temperature and flow-rate of the inlet air. Pressure, temperature and cooling water capacity (Water-Cooled). Ambient temperature. This dryer is supplied tested and fully assembled. The only operation left to the user is the connection to the plant in compliance with the instructions given in the following chapters. WARNING! Improper use! The purpose of the machine is the separation of water and eventual oil particles present in compressed air. The dried air cannot be used for breathing purposes or for operations leading to direct contact with foodstuff. This dryer is not suitable for the treatment of dirty air or of air containing solid particles.

Installation

Instructions for the use of pressure equipment according to PED Directive 97/23/EC
To ensure the safe operation of pressure equipments, the user must conform strictly to the above directive and the following: 1. The equipment must only be operated within the temperature and pressure limits stated on the manufacturers data nameplate. 2. Welding on heat-exchanger is not recommended. 3. The equipment must not be stored in badly ventilated spaces, near a heat source or inflammable substances. 4. Vibration must be eliminated from the equipment to prevent fatigue failure. 5. Automatic condensate drains should be checked for operation every day to prevent a build up of condensate in the pressure equipment. 6. The maximum working pressure stated on the manufacturers data nameplate must not be exceeded. Prior to use, the user must fit safety / pressure relief devices. 7. All documentation supplied with the equipment (manual, declaration of conformity etc.) must be kept for future reference. 8. Do not apply weights or external loads on the vessel or its connecting piping. WARNING! Unauthorized interference! Users of the equipment must comply with all local and national pressure equipment legislation in the country of installation.

2. Installation

2.1. Transport
Check for visible loss or damage, if no visible damage is found place the unit near to the installation point and unpack the contents. Always keep the dryer in the upright vertical position. Damage to components could result if unit is laid on its side or if placed upside down. Store machine in a clean, dry environment, do not expose to severe weather environments. Handle with care. Heavy blows could cause irreparable damage.

400-720 only:

Storage
Even when packaged, keep the machine protected from severity of the weather. Keep the dryer in vertical position, also when stored. Turning it upside down some parts could be irreparably damaged. If not in use, the dryer can be stored in its packaging in a dust free and protected site at a maximum temperature of 50 and a specific humidity not C, exceeding 90%. Should the stocking time exceed 12 months, please contact the manufacturer.

SCC0001

The packaging materials are recyclable. Dispose of material in compliance with the rules and regulations in force in the destination country.

Installation site

CAUTION! Ambient conditions! Failure to install dryer in the proper ambient conditions will affect the dryers ability to condense refrigerant gas. This can cause higher loads on the compressor, loss of dryer efficiency and performance, overheated condenser fan motors, electrical component failure and dryer failure due to the following: compressor loss, fan motor failure and electrical component failure. Failures of this type will affect warranty considerations. Do not install dryer in an environment of corrosive chemicals, explosive gasses, poisonous gasses; steam heat, areas of high ambient conditions or extreme dust and dirt. In case of fire, use an approved fire extinguisher, water is not an acceptable means in cases of
Minimum installation requirements:
Select a clean dry area, free from dust, and protected
from atmospheric disturbances. The supporting area must be smooth, horizontal and able to hold the weight of the dryer. Minimum ambient temperature +1C. Maximum ambient temperature 50C. Allow at least 1 meter of clearance on each side of the dryer (2m DRYPOINT RA 400-720 Air Cooled) for proper ventilation and circulation through the condenser. The space is also necessary to facilitate maintenance operations. The dryer does not require attachment to the floor surface; however installations where the unit is suspended require an attachment to the hanging apparatus.

(400 -720 )

LGT0002

1m 2m 1m

(400-720)

Installation layout

Air compressor Aftercooler Condensate separator Pre-Filter (min. 5 micron) By-pass group Dryer Compressed air tank Final filter Bekomat condensate drain
CAUTION! Polluted inlet air! In case of heavily polluted inlet air (ISO 8573.1 class 3.-.3 or worse quality), we recommend the additional installation of a pre-filter (f.e. CLEARPOINT F040) to prevent a clogging of the heat exchanger Type A installation is suggested when the compressor operates at reduced intermittence and the total consumption equals the compressor flow rate. Type B installation is suggested when the air consumption can consistently change with peak values highly exceeding the flow rate of the compressor. The capacity of the tank must be sized in order to compensate eventual instantaneous demand conditions (peak air consumption).

Correction factors

5 0.0.1.1.1.1.1.27
Correction factor for operating pressure changes: Inlet air pressure barg 4 Factor (F1) 0.77
Correction factor for ambient temperature changes (Air-Cooled): Ambient temperature C Factor (F2) 1.00 0.99 Correction factor for inlet air temperature changes: Air temperature C Factor (F3) 1.27 1.12 Correction factor for DewPoint changes: DewPoint C Factor (F4) How to find the air flow capacity:

35 0.97

40 0.93

45 0.88

50 0.81

35 1.00

40 0.88

45 0.78

50 0.70

55 0.62

60 0.55

65 0.49

70 0.43

3 1.00

5 1.09

7 1.19

10 1.37
Air flow capacity = Nominal duty x Factor (F1) x Factor (F2) x Factor (F3) x Factor (F4) Example: An DRYPOINT RA 180 has a nominal duty of 1080 m/h. What is the maximum allowable flow through the dryer under the following operating conditions: Inlet air pressure = 8 barg Ambient temperature = 45 C Inlet air temperature = 50 C Pressure DewPoint = 10 C Factor (F1) = 1.05 Factor (F2) = 0.88 Factor (F3) = 0.70 Factor (F4) = 1.37
Each item of data has a corresponding numerical factor which multiplied by the design air flow is as follows: Air flow capacity = 1080 x 1.05 x 0.88 x 0.70 x 1.37 = 957 m/h 957 m/h This is the maximum flow rate that the dryer can accept under these operating conditions. How to select a suitable dryer for a given duty: Minimum std. air flow rate = Design air flow Factor (F1) x Factor (F2) x Factor (F3) x Factor (F4)
Example: With the following operating parameters: 3 Design air flow = 1000 m /h Inlet air pressure = 8 barg Factor (F1) = 1.05 Factor (F2) = 0.88 Ambient temperature = 45 C Factor (F3) = 0.70 Inlet air temperature = 50 C Factor (F4) = 1.37 Pressure DewPoint = 10 C In order to select the correct dryer model the required flow rate is to be divided by the correction factors relating to above mentioned parameters: 1000 Minimum std. air flow rate = = 1128 m/h 1.05 x 0.88 x 0.70 x 1.37 Therefore the model suitable for the conditions above is DRYPOINT RA 210 (1260 m/h - nominal duty).
Connection to the Compressed Air System

DANGER!

Compressed air!
Operations to be performed by qualified personnel only. Never work on compressed air system under pressure. The user is responsible to ensure that the dryer will never be operated with pressure exceeding the maximum pressure rating on the unit data tag. Over-pressurizing the dryer could be dangerous for both the operator and the unit. The air temperature and the flow entering the dryer must comply within the limits stated on the data nameplate. The system connecting piping must be kept free from dust, rust, chips and other impurities, and must be consistent with the flow-rate of the dryer. In case of treatment of air at particularly high temperature, the installation of a final refrigerator could result necessary. In order to perform maintenance operations, it recommended that a dryer by-pass system be installed as shown in the following illustration.

Dryer DRYPOINT RA 80-100 DRYPOINT RA 120-600
[BSP-F] 2" 2.1/2"

A [mm] 345 410

BPY0001
In realising the dryer, particular measures have been taken in order to limit the vibration which could occur during the operation. Therefore we recommend to use connecting pipes able to insulate the dryer from possible vibrations originating from the line (flexible hoses, vibration damping fittings, etc.). CAUTION: Piping the dryer, inlet/outlet connections must be supported as show in the diagram. Failing will result in damage.
Connection to the Cooling Water Network (Water-Cooled)
DANGER! Compressed air and unqualified personnel! Operations to be performed by qualified personnel. Never operate with plants under pressure. The user is responsible to ensure that the dryer will never be operated with pressure exceeding the nominal values. Eventual over-pressure could be dangerous both for the operator and the machine. The temperature and the amount of cooling water must comply with the limits indicated on the technical characteristics chart. The cross section of the connection pipes, preferably flexible, must be free from rust, chips and other impurities. We recommend to use connecting pipes able to insulate the dryer from possible vibrations originating from the line (flexible hoses, vibration damping fittings, etc.).

Start up

Electrical connections
DANGER! Supply voltage! Qualified personnel should carry out connecting unit to the main power. Be sure to check the local codes in your area. Before connecting the unit to the electrical supply, verify the data nameplate for the proper electrical information. Voltage tolerance is +/- 5%. Dryers are supplied with a junction box. Be sure to provide the proper fuses or breakers based on the data information located on the nameplate. The mains socket must be provided with a mains magneto-thermal differential breaker (In=0.03A), adjusted on the basis of the consumption of the dryer (see the nominal values on the data plate of the dryer). The cross section of the power supply cables must comply with the consumption of the dryer, while keeping into account also the ambient temperature, the conditions of the mains installation, the length of the cables, and the requirements enforced by the local Power Provider. DANGER! Mains voltage and missing earthing! Important: ensure that the plant is earthed. Do not use any socket adapters at the mains plug. If the mains plug needs to be replaced, this must only be done by a qualified electrician

Condensate Drain

DANGER! Compressed air and pressurized condensate! The condensate is discharge at the system pressure. Drain line should be secured. Never point the condensate drain line towards anybody.

Air-Cooled

DRYPOINT RA MODEL
[l/min] [m /h] [scfm] [ C] [ C] [ C] [ C] [barg] [barg] [bar] [BSP-F]
R404A G 2 0.09 0.13 0.07 0.13 G 2.1/0.+35 (+70) +1 +25 (+50) +3 equal to 0.73 g/m of H2O
Air flow rate at nominal condition
Pressure DewPoint at nominal condition
Nom. ambient temperature. (max.)

Min. ambient temperature

Nominal inlet air temperature. (max.)
Nominal inlet air pressure
4. Technical Specifications

Max. inlet air pressure

Air pressure drop - p
Inlet - Outlet connections
Refrigerant type [kg] [m /h] [m /h] [m /h]

Refrigerant quantity

2300 -

1.30 1.85

2.10 3400

Cooling air fan flow

Cooling water flow at 15 (out 30 C C)
Cooling water flow at 30 (out 40 C C)
Control of cooling water flow [ C] [barg] [BSP-F]
Technical Specifications DRYPOINT RA 80-160 /AC
Maximum water temperature
3/400-415/2.3.2.3.3.4.0 < 1950 3.5.4.5.2
Min. (Max) water pressure
Cooling water connections
Standard Power Supply [W] [A] [W] [A] [dbA] [kg]

[Ph/V/Hz]

Nomin al electric absorption

Max. electric absorption

Max. level noise at 1 m

Weight

The nominal condition refers to an ambient temperature of +25 with inlet air at 7 barg and +35 C C.

Technical Specifications

Other temperature on request.
Check the data shown on the identification plate.
R404A DN80 PN16 0.17 0.21 0.13 0.19 0.26 0.0.14 DN100 PN16 0.20 0.26 DN125 PN+35 (+70) +1 +25 (+50) +3 equal to 0.73 g/m of H2O

Air-Cooled 720

5300 6500

2.70 3.00 3.20 4.00 4.60

9.80 15500
Control of cooling water flow [ C] [barg] [BSP-F] [Ph/V/Hz] [W] [A] [W] [A] [dbA] [kg]
7.5.6 6.8.8.10.1 < 8.11.2
Technical Specifications DRYPOINT RA 180-720 /AC
3/400-415/9.11.11.14.11.15.0 < 7500 12.16.14.17.9

Standard Power Supply

Nominal electric absorption

Water-Cooled

R404A G 2 0.09 0.13 0.0.13 G 2.1/2 0.+35 (+70) +1 +25 (+50) +3 equal to 0.73 g/m of H2O
0.24 0.36 0.40 0.26 0.27 0.41

1.00 1.15

0.36 0.54

0.37 0.56

2.2.1290 2.2.9 G 1/2
Automatic by valve (10) G 3/4 3/400-415/2.3.7 < 1790 3.4.3.4.8

Condenser fan Filter Dryer Capillary tube T1 Temperature probe (DewPoint) Temp. Probes T2-T8 DMC20 (if installed) Condensate drain isolation valve Air Dryer Controller Condenser (Water-Cooled) Condenser water regulating valve (Water-Cooled) Liquid accumulator (Water-Cooled) Bekomat drainer Compressor crankcase heater (DRYPOINT RA 180-720) Refrigerating gas flow direction

Refrigerating compressor

The refrigerating compressor is the pump in the system, gas coming from the evaporator (low pressure side) is compressed up to the condensation pressure (high pressure side). The compressors utilized are manufactured by leading manufacturers and are designed for applications where high compression ratios and wide temperature changes are present. The hermetically sealed construction is perfectly gas tight, ensuring high-energy efficiency and long, useful life. Dumping springs support the pumping unit in order to reduce the acoustic emission and the vibration diffusion. The aspirated refrigerating gas, flowing through the coils before reaching the compression cylinders cools the electric motor. The thermal protection protects the compressor from over heating and over currents. The protection is automatically restored as soon as the nominal temperature conditions are reached.

Condenser (Air-Cooled)

The condenser is the component in which the gas coming from the compressor is cooled down and condensed becoming a liquid. Mechanically, a serpentine copper tubing circuit (with the gas flowing inside) is encapsulated in an aluminum fin package. The cooling operation occurs via a high efficiency fan, creating airflow within the dryer, moving air through the fin package. Its mandatory that the ambient air temperature does not exceed the nominal values. It is also important to keep the condenser unit free from dust and other impurities.

Condenser (Water-Cooled)

The condenser is the component in which the gas coming from the compressor is cooled down and condensed becoming a liquid. Basically it is a water/refrigerating gas exchanger where the cooling water lowers the temperature of the refrigerating gas. The temperature of the inlet water must not exceed the nominal values. It must also guarantee an adequate flow and that the water entering the exchanger is free from dust and other impurities.
Condenser water regulating valve (Water-Cooled)
The condenser water regulating valve is used to keep the condensing pressure/temperature constant when the WaterCooled is being used. Thanks to the capillary tube, the valve detects the pressure in the condenser and consequently adjusts the water flow. When the dryer stops the valve automatically closes the cooling water flow. CAUTION! The condenser water regulating valve is an operating control device. The closure of the water circuit from the pressure condenser water regulating valve cannot be used as a safety closure during service operations on the system. ADJUSTMENT The condenser water regulating valve is adjusted during the testing phase to a pre-set value that covers 90% of the applications. However, sometimes the extreme operating conditions of the dryer may require a more accurate calibration. During start-up, a qualified technician should check the condensing pressure/temperature and if necessary adjust the valve by using the screws on the valve itself. To increase the condensing temperature, turn the adjusting screws counter-clockwise; to lower it turn the screws clock-wise. Adjust the valve in order to guarantee a condensing temperature of 42-45 C.

Signed Integer Signed Integer Signed Integer Signed Integer Signed Integer Signed Integer Signed Integer Signed Integer Signed Integer Signed Integer Signed Integer Signed Integer Signed Integer Signed Integer Signed Integer Signed Integer Signed Integer Signed Integer Signed Integer Signed Integer Signed Integer Signed Integer Signed Integer Signed Integer Signed Integer Signed Integer Signed Integer Signed Integer Signed Integer bit - 1=Yes bit - 1=Yes bit - 1=ON bit - 0=Local 1=Remote bit - 1=Yes bit - 1=Yes bit - 1=Yes bit - 1=Yes bit - 1=Yes bit - 1=Yes bit - 1=Yes bit - 1=Yes bit - 1=Yes bit - 1=Yes bit - 1=Yes bit - 1=Yes bit-1=Stand-by
Register Address 0000 - R 0001 - R 0002 - R 0003 - R 0004 - R 0005 - R 0006 - R 0007 - R 0200 - R/W 0201 - R/W 0202 - R/W 0203 - R/W 0204 - R/W 0205 - R/W 0206 - R/W 0207 - R/W 0208 - R/W 0209 - R/W 0210 - R/W 0211 - R/W 0212 - R/W 0213 - R/W 0214 - R/W 0215 - R/W 0216 - R/W 0217 - R/W 0218 - R/W 0219 - R/W 0246 - R/W 0100.0 - R 0100.1 - R 0101.3 - R 0101.6 - R
0102.0 - R 0102.1 - R 0102.2 - R 0102.4 - R 0102.5 - R 0102.6 - R 0102.7 - R 0102.8 - R 0220.0 - R/W 0220.1 - R/W 0220.2 - R/W 0220.3 - R/W 0220.15 - R/W

NOTE :

Language selection : 00=Italian - 01=English - 02=German - 03=French R=Read - W=Write
Electronic level controlled condensate drain BEKOMAT
The electronic level controlled drain BEKOMAT has a special condensate management that makes sure that condensate is drained safely without any unnecessary air-loss. This drain consists of a condensate accumulator where a capacitive sensor continuously checking liquid level is placed: as soon as the accumulator is filled, the sensor passes a signal to the electronic control and a diaphragm solenoid valve will open to discharge the condensate. Right in time the discharge line will be closed again without wasting compressed air. ATTENTION! These BEKOMAT condensate drains have been specially designed for the use in a refrigerant dryer DRYPOINT RA. Any Installation in other compressed air treatment units or the exchange against a different drain brand may lead to malfunction. Do not exceed the max. operating pressure (see type plate)! Make sure when the dryer starts the upstream valve is open. NOTE: For detailed information on drainer functions, troubleshooting, service and replacement parts, please refer to the BEKOMAT drainer manual.
Maintenance, troubleshooting, spares and dismantling
6. Maintenance, troubleshooting, spares and dismantling
6.1. Controls and Maintenance
DANGER! Compressed air, mains voltage, unqualified personnel! Only qualified personnel should perform troubleshooting and or maintenance operations. Prior to performing any maintenance or service, be sure that: no part of the machine is powered and that it cannot be connected to the mains supply. no part of the machine is under pressure and that it cannot be connected to the compressed air system. Maintenance personnel have read and understand the safety and operation instructions in this manual. Before attempting any maintenance operation on the dryer, shut it down and wait at least 30 minutes. DANGER! Hot surfaces! Some components can reach high temperature during operation. Avoid contact until system or component has dissipated heat. DAILY: Verify that the DewPoint displayed on the electronic instrument is correct. Check the proper operation of the condensate drain systems. Verify the condenser for cleanliness. EVERY 200 HOURS OR MONTHLY With an air jet (max. 2 bar / 30 psig) blowing from inside towards outside clean the condenser; repeat this operation blowing in the opposite way; be careful not to damage the aluminum fins of the cooling package.

Spare Parts

The suggested spare parts list will enable you to promptly intervene in case of abnormal operation, so avoiding to wait for the spares delivery. In case of failure of other parts, for example inside the refrigerating circuit, the replacement must be worked out by a refrigerating systems specialist or in our factory. NOTE: To order the suggested spare parts or any other part, its necessary to quote the data reported on the identification plate. DRYPOINT RA Electronic Instrument Electronic Instrument DMC14 DMC20
No. DESCRIPTION OF THE SPARE PARTS CODE
XE RA 5655 NNN 085 XE RA 5614 1NN 005 XE RA 5655 NNN 087 XE RA 5655 NNN 170 XE RA 072 XE RA 074 XE RA 5015340001 XE RA 002 XE RA 6414 0SS 155 XE RA 073 XE RA 070 XE RA 6650SSN160 XE RA 5625 NNN 035 XE RA 5625 NNN 037 XE RA 5625 NNN 038 XE RA 103 XE RA 005 XE RA 006 XE RA 5625 NNN 100 BM31 BI (supply voltage) BM31 BI (supply voltage) BM32 V BI (supply voltage) BM32 V BI (supply voltage) XE RA 5450 SZN 120 XE RA 5444 3SM 145 XE RA 5444 3SM 130 XE RA 5444 3CXE RA 5490 CAX 060 XE RA 5454 TLT 110 XE RA 5454 TLT 010 XE RA 5456 REL110 XE RA 5456 REL 015 XE RA 5452 PLS 020 XE RA 5480 NEN 010 XE RA 5452 IND 005 XE RA 5480 NEN 005 XE RA 5440 TFM 052 XE RA 5440 TFM 1 1
12.17.1 17.2 17.60.1 60.2 60.3 60.4 60.5 60.5 60.6 60.7 60.8 60.9 60.10 60.11 60.12 60.12
Refrigerant pressure switch PB Safety thermo-switch TS Fan pressure switch PA Fan pressure switch PV Compressor Compressor Compressor Compressor Hot Gas By-pass Valve Complete fan Complete fan Filter Drier Temp. probe L=1200mm T1 Temp. probe L=2000mm T1 Temp. probe L=2000mm (connector) DMC14 AIR DRYER CONTROLLER Display module DMC20 Power module DMC20 Flat cable 16P L=1200mm BEKOMAT 31 BEKOMAT 31 BEKOMAT 32 Vario BEKOMAT 32 Vario Main switch Q1 - Circuit breaker Q2 - Circuit breaker Q3 - Circuit breaker Q1-Q2 - Auxiliary contact for circuit breaker K - V Power contact K - V Power contact A - Auxiliary relay - 2 contacts A - Relay socket - 2 contacts P - Double ON/OFF button with light P - Neon lamp for the double button X - Rectangular red indicator 18x24 X - Neon lamp for red indicator TF - Transformer TF - Transformer

Suggested spare part.

DRYPOINT RA Electronic Instrument Electronic Instrument DMC14 DMC20
No. 12 12.1 12.1 12.2 12.17.1 17.2 17.3
22 60.1 60.2 60.3 60.3 60.4 60.5 60.5 60.6 60.7 60.8 60.9 60.10 60.11 60.12 60.13 60.14 60.14
DESCRIPTION OF THE SPARE PARTS
Refrigerant pressure switch PB Safety thermo-switch TS Fan pressure switch PA Fan pressure switch PV Compressor Compressor Compressor Compressor Compressor Hot Gas By-pass Valve Hot Gas By-pass Valve Complete fan Complete fan Filter Drier Temp. probe L=2000mm (T1-T4-T5-T8) Temp. probe L=600mm (T7) Temp. probe L=1200mm ( T2-T3-T6) Extension for probe L=1200mm Extension for probe L=1800mm DMC14 Air Dryer Controller Display module DMC20 Power module DMC20 Flat cable 16P L=1200mm BEKOMAT 32 Vario BEKOMAT 32 Vario Main switch Q1 - Circuit breaker Q2 - Circuit breaker Q3 - Circuit breaker Q3 - Circuit breaker Q1-Q2 - Auxiliary contact x circuit breaker K - Power contact K - Power contact A - Auxiliary relay - 2 contacts A - Relay socket - 2 contacts P - Double ON/OFF button with light P - Neon lamp for the double button X - Rectangular red indicator 18x24 X - Neon lamp for red indicator TF - Transformer K - Auxiliary contact V - Power contact V - Power contact
CODE XE RA 5655 NNN 085 XE RA 5614 1NN 005 XE RA 5655 NNN 087 XE RA 5655NNN170 XE RA 006 XE RA 003 XE RA 011 XE RA 007 XE RA 008 XE RA 6414 0SS 155 XE RA 6414 0SS 156 XE RA 090 XE RA 100 XE RA 6650 SSN 165 XE RA 5625 NNN 037 XE RA 5625 NNN 033 XE RA 5625 NNN 035 XE RA 5625 NNN 030 XE RA 5625 NNN 029 XE RA 103 XE RA 005 XE RA 006 XE RA 5625 NNN 100 BM32 V BI (supply voltage) BM32 V BI (supply voltage) XE RA 5450SZN100 XE RA 54443SM152 XE RA 54443SM135 XE RA 54443C6011 XE RA 54444C6016 XE RA 5490CAX060 XE RA 5454TLT116 XE RA 5454TLT016 XE RA 5456REL110 XE RA 5456REL015 XE RA 5452PLS020 XE RA 5480NEN010 XE RA 5452IND005 XE RA 5480NEN005 XE RA 5440TFM025 XE RA 5490CAX011 XE RA 5454TLT111 XE RA 5454TLT011
No. 12 12.1 12.1 12.1 12.2 12.17.1 17.2 17.3
22 60.1 60.2 60.3 60.4 60.4 60.5 60.5 60.6 60.7 60.8 60.9 60.10 60.11 60.12 60.13 60.13 60.14 60.14 60.15
Refrigerant pressure switch PB Safety thermo-switch TS Fan pressure switch PA Fan pressure switch PV Compressor Compressor Compressor Hot Gas By-pass Valve Hot Gas By-pass Valve Hot Gas By-pass Valve Complete fan Filter Drier Temp. probe L=2000mm (T1) Temp. probe L=600mm (T7) Temp. probe L=1200mm ( T4-T5-T6) Temp. probe L=3600mm (T2-T3) Extension for probe L=1200mm Extension for probe L=1800mm DMC14 Air Dryer Controller Display module DMC20 Power module DMC20 Flat cable 16P L=1200mm BEKOMAT 32 Vario BEKOMAT 32 Vario Main switch Q1 - Circuit breaker Q2 - Circuit breaker Q3 - Circuit breaker Q1 - Auxiliary contact for circuit breaker Q2 - Auxiliary contact for circuit breaker K - Power contactor K - Power contactor A - Auxiliary relay - 2 contacts A - Relay socket - 2 contacts P - Double ON/OFF button with light P - Neon lamp for the double button X - Rectangular red indicator 18x24 X - Neon lamp for red indicator TF - Transformer K - Auxiliary contact K - Auxiliary contact V1-V2 - Power contactor V1-V2 - Power contactor V1-V2 - Interlock for power contact

CODE XE RA 5655 NNN 085 XE RA 5614 1NN 005 XE RA 5655 NNN 087 XE RA 5655 NNN 170 XE RA 018 XE RA 021 XE RA 023 XE RA 6414 0SS 102 XE RA 6414 0SS 105 XE RA 6414 0SS 110 XE RA 0105 XE RA 6650 SSN 175 XE RA 5625 NNN 037 XE RA 5625 NNN 033 XE RA 5625 NNN 035 XE RA 5625 NNN 039 XE RA 5625 NNN 030 XE RA 5625 NNN 029 XE RA 103 XE RA 005 XE RA 006 XE RA 5625 NNN 100 BM32 V BI (supply voltage) BM32 V BI (supply voltage) XE RA 5450 SZN 105 XE RA 5444 3CXE RA 5444 3SM 135 XE RA 5444 4CXE RA 5490 CAX 002 XE RA 5490 CAX 060 XE RA 5454 TLT 125 XE RA 5454 TLT 025 XE RA 5456 REL 110 XE RA 5456 REL 015 XE RA 5452 PLS 020 XE RA 5480 NEN 010 XE RA 5452 IND 005 XE RA 5480 NEN 005 XE RA 5440 TFM 025 XE RA 5490 CAX 010 XE RA 5490 CAX 011 XE RA 5454 TLT 111 XE RA 5454 TLT 011 XE RA 5490 INM 010
Maintenance operation on the refrigerating circuit

CAUTION! Refrigerant!

Maintenance and service on refrigerating systems must be carried out only by certified refrigerating engineers only, according to local rules. All the refrigerant of the system must be recovered for its recycling, reclamation or destruction. Do not dispose the refrigerant fluid in the environment. This dryer comes ready to operate and filled with R134a or R404A type refrigerant fluid. In case of refrigerant leak contact a certified refrigerating engineers. Room is to be aired before any intervention. If is required to re-fill the refrigerating circuit, contact a certified refrigerating engineers. Refer to the dryer nameplate for refrigerant type and quantity. Characteristics of refrigerants used: Refrigerant Chemical formula TLV GWP R134a - HFC CH2FCFppm 1300 R404A - HFC CH2FCF3/C2HF5/C2H3Fppm 3784

Dismantling of the Dryer

If the dryer is to be dismantled, it has to be split into homogeneous groups of materials. Part Material Refrigerant fluid R404A, R134a, Oil Canopy and Supports Carbon steel, Epoxy paint Refrigerating compressor Steel, Copper, Aluminium, Oil Alu-Dry Module Aluminium Condenser Unit Aluminium, Copper, Carbon steel Pipe Copper Fan Aluminium, Copper, Steel Valve Brass, Steel Electronic Level Drain PVC, Aluminium, Steel Insulation Material Synthetic gum without CFC, Polystyrene, Polyurethane Electric cable Copper, PVC Electric Parts PVC, Copper, Brass We recommend to comply with the safety rules in force for the disposal of each type of material. The chilling fluid contains droplets of lubrication oil released by the refrigerating compressor. Do not dispose this fluid in the environment. Is has to be discharged from the dryer with a suitable device and then delivered to a collection centre where it will be processed to make it reusable.

List of attachments

7. List of attachments

7.1.1.

Dryers Dimensions
Dryers Dimensions DRYPOINT RA 80-100 /AC

7.1.2.

Dryers Dimensions DRYPOINT RA 120-160 /AC
7.1.3. Dryers Dimensions DRYPOINT RA 180-300 /AC

7.1.4.

Dryers Dimensions DRYPOINT RA 360/AC
7.1.5. Dryers Dimensions DRYPOINT RA 400-600 /AC

7.1.6.

Dryers Dimensions DRYPOINT RA 720 /AC
7.1.7. Dryers Dimensions DRYPOINT RA 80-100 /WC

7.1.8.

Dryers Dimensions DRYPOINT RA 120-160 /WC
7.1.9. Dryers Dimensions DRYPOINT RA 180-300 /WC
7.1.10. Dryers Dimensions DRYPOINT RA 360 /WC
7.1.11. Dryers Dimensions DRYPOINT RA400-600 /WC
7.1.12. Dryers Dimensions DRYPOINT RA 720 /WC

7.2.1.

Exploded View
Exploded view table of components
Alu-Dry Module 1.1 Insulation Material
Bekomat drainer Main switch HP Refrigerant gauge (high-pressure) LP Refrigerant gauge (low-pressure) Compressor crankcase heater (DRYPOINT RA 180-720)
Refrigerant pressure-switch PB Safety thermo-switch TS Refrigerant pressure-switch PA Refrigerant Fan pressure-switch PV PV1 - PV2 (DRYPOINT RA 400-720)
Front panel Back panel Right lateral panel Left lateral panel Cover Base plate Upper plate Support beam Support bracket Control panel Electric connector Electric box SD Door interlock safety-switch Internal panel
Compressor Hot Gas By-pass Valve Condenser (Air-Cooled) Condenser fan Filter Drier Capillary tube T1 Temperature probe (DewPoint) Condensate drain isolation valve Air Dryer Controller Condenser (Water-Cooled) Condenser water regulating valve (Water-Cooled) Liquid accumulator (Water-Cooled)
7.2.2. Exploded view DRYPOINT RA 80-100
7.2.3. Exploded view DRYPOINT RA 120-160
7.2.4. Exploded view DRYPOINT RA 180-360
7.2.5. Exploded view DRYPOINT RA 400-720

7.3.1.

Electrical Diagram
Electrical Diagram table of components IG K V DMC14 DMC20 DMC20RI PR

: : : : : : :

PV PV1 - PV2 PA PB TS BOX ELD SEZ P X R SD CP NT1 NT2 NT3 NT4 NT5 NT6 NT7
: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :

BN BU BK YG

Main switch Compressor KT : Compressor thermal protection Condenser fan TV : Fan thermal protection DMC14 Electronic Instrument - Air Dryer Controller DMC20 Display Module - Air Dryer Controller DMC20 Power Module - Air Dryer Controller Temperature probe (DewPoint) T1 : DewPoint temperature T2 : Temperature of the incoming air T3 : Temperature of the outgoing air T4 : Suction temperature of the compressor (low pressure side) T5 : Outlet temperature of the compressor (high pressure side) T6 : Condensing temperature T7 : Ambient temperature T8 : Cooling water inlet temperature (Water-Cooled) Pressure switch - Fan control Pressure switch - Fan control Pressure switch - Compressor discharge side - (HIGH-pressure) Pressure switch - Compressor suction side (LOW pressure) Safety thermo-switch Electric box Bekomat drainer Main switch with door block Start-Stop button - Power on light Alarm on light Compressor crankcase heater Door interlock safety-switch Control panel Air Cooled only Verify transformer connection according to power supply voltage Jump if not installed Provided and wired by customer Limit of equipment Timed drain output Not used Water Cooled only = = = = BROWN BLUE BLACK YELLOW/GREEN OR RD WH WH/BK = = = = Orange Red White White/Black

[2-3] [2-9] [2-2]

W1 V2 V W V1 U2 W2 U1

7.3.14. Electrical Diagram DRYPOINT RA 400-720 - Electronic Instrument DMC14

min 4G4

1 DMC14 PV1

SD PR ELD

7.3.15. Electrical Diagram DRYPOINT RA 400-720 - Electronic Instrument DMC14
[1-2] [1-2] [1-2] [1-9] [2-1] N.U.
2 [1-6] 4 [1-6] 6 [1-6] [1-5] 4 [1-5] 6 [1-5] 12

T1. DEW-POINT

red white 15 12
7.3.16. Electrical Diagram DRYPOINT RA 400-720 - Electronic Instrument DMC14
COMPRESSOR CRANKCASE HEATER FAN DOOR INTERLOCK SAFETY-SWITCH
AIR COOLED ONLY - JUMP IF NOT INSTALLED
FAN CONTROL PRESS. SWITCH - LOW SPEED
FAN CONTROL PRESS. SWITCH - HIGH SPEED
2x BEKOMAT DRAINER REMOTE ALARM ON INDICATION
max 250V 1A - min 5VDC 10mA
1-2 3-4 5-6 7-- - - - - - 20

TERMINAL TYPE WIRE

PR R SD PV1 PV2 PA PB TV ELD

Q3 Q2 V1 V2

[2-7] [2-2] [2-8]
7.3.17. Electrical Diagram DRYPOINT RA 400-720 - Electronic Instrument DMC20
2 [1-2] 4 [1-2] 6 [1-2] 12
2 [1-5] 4 [1-5] 6 [1-5] 11
2 [1-6] 4 [1-6] 6 [1-6] 12
7.3.18. Electrical Diagram DRYPOINT RA 400-720 - Electronic Instrument DMC20
2x BEKOMAT DRAINER START/STOP REMOTE CONTROL REMOTE ALARM INDICATION

Drawing no. :

1-2 3-4 5-6 7-- - - - - - - - 24
7.3.19. Electrical Diagram DRYPOINT RA 400-720 - Electronic Instrument DMC20
R SD PB PA PV1 PV2 TV ELD

TF DMC20RI

Q3 Q2 V1 V2 K Q1
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DRYPOINT RA 80-720_manual_en_2009-11 Subject to technical changes without prior notice; errors not excluded. Original instructions are in ENGLISH.

 

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