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General
General.......................................................................................................................1

Main Diagram
Main Diagram.............................................................................................................2

Container layout
Container....................................................................................................................3

Electrical System
Electrical System.........................................................................................................4

TFO
TFO...........................................................................................................................5

Burner
Burner........................................................................................................................6

Pressure hoses
Hose...........................................................................................................................7

Economizer
Economizer.................................................................................................................8

Pumps
Pumps........................................................................................................................9

Expansion Tank & System Pipes

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Expansion Tank & System Pipes..................................................................................10

Heat-Exchanger
Heat-Exchanger.........................................................................................................11

Valves
Valves......................................................................................................................12

Accessories & Other Equipment


Accessories & Other Equipment..................................................................................13

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Description Document ID Page
General instructions Thermal fluid system.................... SD9012_01.................. 1-2
Boiling out procedure for thermal oil systems............... OM9012_01................ 1-16
How to take a thermal oil sample................................. OM9012_03................ 1-18
Commissioning Procedure.......................................... RTM........................... 1-20

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Thermal fluid system
1 Damp and humidity .................................................................................................................................2
2 Hydrostatic testing...................................................................................................................................2
3 Extended storage .....................................................................................................................................2
3.1 Circulation pumps .................................................................................................................................2
3.1.1 Monitoring of preservation .............................................................................................................2
3.2 Electrical panels ....................................................................................................................................3
3.3 Heat exchangers ....................................................................................................................................3
4 Space allowance ......................................................................................................................................4
4.1 Installation surface ................................................................................................................................4
5 AALBORG™ Oil fired thermal fluid heater...........................................................................................4
5.1 Allowable air pressure in engine/boiler room .......................................................................................5
6 AALBORG™ Economiser......................................................................................................................5
7 Expansion vessel .....................................................................................................................................5
7.1 Open expansion tank. ............................................................................................................................6
7.2 Pressurised expansion tank. ...................................................................................................................6
8 Drain/ storage tank ..................................................................................................................................6
9 Pipes and pipe connections......................................................................................................................6
9.1 Flanges ..................................................................................................................................................7
9.2 Gaskets ..................................................................................................................................................7
9.3 Bolts and nuts ........................................................................................................................................7
9.4 Stress of pipe lines.................................................................................................................................7
10 De-aerators ..........................................................................................................................................8
11 Valves ..................................................................................................................................................8
12 Strainers ...............................................................................................................................................8
13 Safety valves........................................................................................................................................9
14 Indicators .............................................................................................................................................9
14.1 Pressure indicators...............................................................................................................................9
14.2 Temperature indicators ........................................................................................................................9
15 Flushing .............................................................................................................................................10
16 Pickling..............................................................................................................................................10
17 Pressure testing procedure .................................................................................................................10
18 Filling procedure ...............................................................................................................................11
19 Insulation ...........................................................................................................................................12
20 Tracing ..............................................................................................................................................13
20.1 Thermal fluid tracing .........................................................................................................................13
20.2 Electrical tracing................................................................................................................................13
21 Fuel oil lines for pressure atomizing burners ....................................................................................13
22 Additional information ......................................................................................................................14

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Storage

Important: During storage the heaters and system components must be


protected against weather influence such as rain and temperatures
below zero.

1 Damp and humidity


Store the all equipment only in a dry storage room before installation.
If the room is damp the heaters must be isolated with bags of silica gel. To avoid
damage it is recommended the heaters are stored in the original packaging.

2 Hydrostatic testing
All Aalborg thermal fluid heaters, economisers and heat exchangers have undergone
hydrostatic pressure testing before delivery. The testing fluid used contains a certain
amount of corrosion protection (Castrol Rustilo Aqua 2); hence no further actions
regarding storage are required before installation.

3 Extended storage

3.1 Circulation pumps

In the case of long term storage or standstill, the pumps must be protected against
corrosion. An outside and inside preservation has to be applied. The durability of the
protection against corrosion, which is limited in time, depends on the composition of
the preservative to be applied and the storage conditions. For further information
please observe the separate instructions for the different type of pumps.

Under normal circumstances the pumps have no special preservative. At an


additional charge we can, however, supply pumps and replacement parts ex factory
with a preservative adequate for the planned storage period.
3.1.1 Monitoring of preservation
The preservation must be checked at regular intervals. The preserved areas must be
inspected every 6 months and re–treated, if necessary. We cannot accept any
liability for defects that arise due to incorrect preservation treatment.

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3.2 Electrical panels

Electrical panels, switchboxes, pumps with electrical motors and other electronic
equipments should also be stored dry, storage temperature: 0°C – 50°C.

3.3 Heat exchangers

When heat exchangers are to be kept in storage for an extended period of time we
recommend Castrol Rustilo Aqua 2 be used as protection against corrosion.

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Installation of components

Attention: Please refer to the individual installation manuals of the separate


components. In case of conflicting information the part specific
information takes precedence over this document.

4 Space allowance
When mounting a heater sufficient space must be allowed for inspection, for
cleaning and maintenance purposes.
Please refer to dimensional drawings for space requirements.

4.1 Installation surface

All heaters must be placed on a level and stable surface.

5 AALBORG™ Oil fired thermal fluid heater


For transport of the oil fired thermal fluid heater use only the lifting lugs installed on
the shell. The lifting lugs on the front / top lid are only for removing the cover.
It is not allowed to lift or press the insulation mantle.
The oil fired thermal fluid heater can be welded directly to the ship construction.
Please refer to dimensional drawing for space requirements.
Heaters with a capacity of up to 6000 kW can be installed without expansion joints
For heaters with a capacity of 6000 kW and above, we advise to use expansion joints
to prevent stress on the heater.

Attention: Make sure that the burner and the doors of electrical cabinet can be
opened completely. It is especially important that the burner has a
good accessibility for maintenance purposes.

The flue gas pipe line has to be of sufficient diameter. Alfa Laval calculates free of
charge the necessary flue gas diameter. For a calculation we need to be informed of
the following:

• horizontal length of the flue gas line


• vertical height of the flue gas line

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• number of 90° bends (If possible avoid 90° bends)
• number of 45° bends

The flue gas line must end free. If a spark arrestor is used, the pressure drop of this
spark arrestor must be very low. Make sure that the pipe and its connections are gas-
tight to avoid flue gas leakage.
It is necessary to support the flue gas line just before the thermal fluid heater to
avoid stresses on the heater body.
The flue gases in the outlet must have sufficient velocity to ensure that they are
dispersed properly.

5.1 Allowable air pressure in engine/boiler room

For faultless burner operation it is necessary to keep the air pressure in the engine/
boiler room at a constant value. The allowable range is from -1 to +1 mbar
Changing of air pressure will result in misfiring of the burner.
It is especially important to have the final operating air pressure available when
adjusting the burner settings for the first time, during commissioning or sea trial
otherwise it is impossible to adjust the burner correctly.
When working with a low air pressure measures must be taken to prevent hot gases
being drawn back into the engine room.

6 AALBORG™ Economiser
For transport of the economiser use only the lifting lugs installed on the heater body.
Please refer to dimensional drawing for space requirements.
Supports are welded on the shell so the economiser can be welded directly to the
ship construction. To avoid excessive vibrations, vibration dampers can be installed
in between the ship supports and economiser supports.
To avoid stresses on the economiser the exhaust gas pipe line of the main engine has
to be provided with expansion joints on the inlet and outlet

7 Expansion vessel
When the total thermal fluid capacity of the system is less than 1000 litres, the
volume of the expansion tank must be at least 1.5 times the volume increase of the
thermal fluid. When the total thermal fluid capacity of the system is more than a
1000 litres the volume of the expansion tank must be at least 1.3 times the volume
increase of the thermal fluid.
The minimum volume must be calculated to determine the position of the low level
alarm.

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To drain water that has settled in the expansion vessel, a water drain must be
installed on the bottom of the expansion vessel

7.1 Open expansion tank.

An open expansion vessel is used as a gravity tank; it must be located above the
highest point in the thermal fluid system to provide sufficient gravitational pressure
for the circulating pumps. In practice this means that the bottom of an open
expansion vessel has to be installed at least 3 m above the level of the circulating
pumps.
The open expansion tank must be calculated for a design pressure of 2 bar (g) and a
temperature of 100°C.

7.2 Pressurised expansion tank.

When it is not possible to place the bottom of the expansion tank on the highest
point of the installation, the expansion tank must be a pressurised type. The
pressurised expansion tank must be provided with a N2 blanked to maintain
sufficient pressure for the circulation pump(s).
To maintain sufficient pressure on the tank the N2 line must be provided. with a
pressure regulator and a relieve valve.
The de-aeration pipe line is provided with a level switch and solenoid valves to
make it possible to let the air escape from the system.
The pressurised expansion tank must be calculated for a design pressure of 4 bar (g)
and a temperature of 100°C.

8 Drain/ storage tank


The drain/storage tank must be provided with a drain on the bottom of the tank to
remove condense water from the thermal fluid.
When it is not possible to install a drain on the bottom of the drain/storage tank
because for instance a double bottom tank, a (hand actuated) pump must be
installed. The suction line of the manual actuated pump should be to be lower then
the suction pipe of the electrical filling pump. This way there is an opportunity to
remove condensate out of the thermal fluid.

9 Pipes and pipe connections


Pipes for the thermal fluid installation have to be either seamed or seamless steel
pipes according EN10216-2 and/or equal quality approved by the class, with a
certificate.
Pipe connections have to be welded as much as possible.

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9.1 Flanges

Flanges have to have a minimum pressure class of PN16. Of course the flanges have
to meet the requirements of the classification. Flanges are only allowed to connect
heat exchangers, pumps, tanks etc.

It is not allowed to use thread connections in pipes through which hot thermal fluid
flows, the viscosity of the thermal fluid will be so low that leakage will be
imminent. An exception can be made for manometers, pressure switches etc., these
thread connections are normally considered “cold”.

9.2 Gaskets

Gaskets have to be suitable for thermal fluid with a maximum operation temperature
of 360°C and able for a pressure of 16 bar(g). Gaskets have to be of an asbestos free
quality.
Below an example is given for an acceptable gasket, made by Klinger-Picoff B.V.
Density 1.1 g/cm3 (-0 + 0.2)
Purity > 98 %
Compressibility ASTM F36A 35 - 40 %
Recovery ASTM F36A 13 – 18 %
Creep relaxation DIN 53913 > 48 Mpa
Seal ability DIN 3535/6 < 0.5 ml/min
Leachable chloride < 40 ppm
Insert AISI 316 0.1 mm thk pegged
Thickness increase in ASTM Oil 3 <2 %
Max. continuous service temperature 460 °C
Max. pressure 16 bar(g)
Thickness 2.3 mm

9.3 Bolts and nuts

Bolts and nuts have to be of steel quality 5.6 and in accordance with the rules of
classification.
During the first start-up all pipe connections have to be checked for leakage when
reaching the maximum operation temperature. When the installation has cooled
down all bolts and nuts have to be checked and tightened.

9.4 Stress of pipe lines

The pipes have to be installed in such a way that expansion of the pipes can take
place freely.
On places when there is no space for expansion bends, expansion joints which are
(double) steel braided have to be installed.
Fixed points need to be installed on the essential places.
The circulation pumps have to be provided with steel braided expansion bellows in
such a way that the pumps are free of stresses of the piping system.

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AALBORG ™ TFO heaters can be installed without expansion joints on the thermal
fluid side for capacities of up to 6.000 kW. For heaters with a capacity above 6.000
kW we advise to use expansion joints to prevent stress on the heater.

10 De-aerators
To de-aerate the system sufficiently, vents must be installed at the highest points of
the piping. The vent lines must end in a safe place.
The valve in the vent line of the de-aerator after the fired heater (i.e. type DE) must
always be closed, except during the boiling out procedure. For safety purposes the
outlet of this vent line must end into the expansion vessel.
The de-aeration pipe line, coming from the de-aeration pipe has to be connected to
the expansion vessel with a loop which is at least 300 mm higher than the top of the
expansion tank. The de-aeration pipe always has to be installed in a vertical/
uprising position or as otherwise stated on the project specific drawings.

11 Valves
The valves should be of a maintenance free type and the material of the valves has to
be at least nodular cast iron GG 25
The stem of the valves has to be provided with a bellow seal and safety stuffing box.
The pressure class has to be at least PN 16.
The valve behind each heat consumer has to be provided with a regulation disc.
The position of the valve must be fixated in the maximum (justified) position.
This can be realized by:

• using manual regulation valves with fixating bolts


• removing hand wheels in adjusted position
• fitting of spacing sleeves along the stem in the adjusted position

12 Strainers
The material of the strainers in the thermal fluid system has to be at least nodular
cast iron GG 25 pressure class 16.
Strainers must be installed in such a way that the strainer, covers and screens can be
removed free and easily.

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13 Safety valves
The material of the safety valves in the thermal fluid system has to be at least
nodular cast iron GGG 40.3, or cast steel.
The flanges have to be at least of pressure class PN 16.
The safety valves have to be of a closed type with a set point of 10 bar(g).
All safety valves supplied with the thermal fluid system are pressure tested
witnessed by a class surveyor, sealed and provided with a test certificate.

Attention: In a thermal fluid system it is NOT allowed to install any type of


remote operating system on the safety valves.

The safety valves must be taken out and tested every 5 years, therefore we advise to
place the safety valves as high as possible in the system, above the expansion vessel.
This way when the safety valves need testing or need to be replaced it is not
necessary to drain the complete system.

Note: Make sure to place the safety valves as high as possible in the system,
above the expansion vessel.

14 Indicators

14.1 Pressure indicators

Pressure indicators have to be of a type which can be used in an oil system.


Each pressure indicator has to be provided with a pig tail and cock, or any other
provision to reduce the temperature to the pressure indicator.

14.2 Temperature indicators

All temperature indicators and temperature sensors have to be installed in a


thermowell. This thermowell has to be welded in the pipes.

Attention: DO NOT weld in the thermowell with the instrument is inserted

Instruments for measuring should not be installed close to pipe junctions or bends,
as a rule the installation distance from a junction or bend must be 8 times the pipe
diameter.

Important: Do not install sensors close to pipe junctions or bends

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Pre commissioning procedure

15 Flushing
It is not allowed to flush the system with flush oil. If you flush the system with flush
oil a lot of problems can occur because the flush oil can never be removed
completely. The remaining flush oil will mix up with the thermal fluid and could
change its chemical composition. This could lead to dangerous situations (change of
flash point, excessive build up of gas etc) and could cause a lot of starting up
problems.

16 Pickling
Only pipes that can be emptied completely may be acid pickled. After the pickling
the pipes must be neutralised. It is not allowed to acid pickle pipes on board ships,
which cannot be completely emptied after pickling.
Make sure that the pipes are clean inside. Cleaning can be done by a flow of dry air
under pressure.

17 Pressure testing procedure

Important: Never pressure test Thermal fluid installations with water

Attention: Always check the correct pressure permitted

Warning: Make sure that all equipment (pressure indicators, pressure


switches, safety valves, consumers, heat exchangers, tanks etc.) is
able to resist the test pressure before pressure testing the installation

Aalborg thermal fluid heaters and exhaust gas heaters and safety valves are already
tested by the classification. The maximum working pressure of these parts is 10
bar(g).
The pressure test can be done with Nitrogen or dried air. It is also possible to
pressure test with thermal fluid.
First test has to be done under low pressure < 0.5 bar(g) and all welding joints and
flange connections, etc. have to be soaped. After that the system has to be checked
with vacuum pressure.
After filling the system (see filling procedure), a pressure test with cold thermal
fluid can be done.

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The pressure test with the cold thermal fluid has to be carried out with a pressure of
min. 13 bar or a pressure in accordance with the rules of the classification.

Note: It is advisable to confirm the pressure test procedure with the


classification society.

18 Filling procedure

Attention: Before filling remove all dirt, slag etc, and make sure that all blind
flanges, caps, plugs etc. are removed.

When there is a lot of water in the system, the time necessary for the filling and
boiling out procedures can be decreased by vacuuming the total system before
filling. Depending on the ambient temperature, vacuuming will remove most of the
remaining water and condensation from the system.
The vacuum has to be taken up to 98%-99% depending on the temperature.

Note: When the ambient temperature is below 7°C it is not possible to vacuum
the system.

When the system is still under vacuum we advise to fill the system with the correct
thermal fluid, from a low point in the system, for example the drain valve near the
suction side of the circulating pump.
When the system is dry and vacuuming is not needed we recommend filling the
thermal fluid system through the expansion tank, by using the filling pump (when
available) or by using an external pump.

Important: Please read our commissioning procedure before filling the system.

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19 Insulation
Insulation can be installed after the pre-operating procedures and the first start up.
All piping, apparatus and exhaust gas lines have to be insulated with non-flammable
insulation with a sufficient thickness to protect against touching.
The insulation of the parts inside the ship have to be protected with a galvanised
steel plate (0,8 mm) or aluminium stucco plate.
Lines with high surface temperatures e.g. thermal fluid and exhaust gas lines are to
be completely insulated.
In areas where fuel oil or thermal fluid could, in one way or another drip or spray on
to the insulation, it must be protected against the penetration of combustible
substances. Metal cladding or approved hard jacketing of the insulation is
considered to afford effective protection against such penetration.
Insulation at deck has to be provided with galvanized steel plate and the shells of the
plates have to be provided with a steel bridge over the piping.

Important: The temperature blocking (cooling pipe) and expansion tank


should not be insulated.

If the temperature blocking pipe is in an area where normal manual contact is


possible, a perforated protection plate with distance pieces must be installed.

Attention: Please take into account that flue gas seals should be easily
accessible at any time.

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20 Tracing
H.F.O. fuel lines have to be traced; this can be done by either thermal fluid or
electrical tracing

20.1 Thermal fluid tracing

Thermal fluid is advisable for pipe lines with a diameter of DN15 and above, and
over long straight lines. The small tracing pipe has to be connected to the H.F.O.
line in such a way that there is an intensive contact between the two pipe lines.
Insulation for the H.F.O. line has to cover both lines together.
The tracing pipe line has to be provided with a temperature controller at the end of
the tracing. Near the controller a temperature indicator has to be installed.
The tracing has to be of a diameter at least DN 15 and has to be limited to a length
of approx. 25 m each. A strainer has to be installed before the trace line.

20.2 Electrical tracing

For pipe lines with a lot of bends we advice to install a self regulated electric
tracing. The tracing itself is more expensive but the time saved when installing this
at complicated piping systems will make up for the difference.

21 Fuel oil lines for pressure atomizing


burners
Change over valves and gas air separators have to be installed as close as possible to
the burner.

When using heavy fuel burners all H.F.O. pipe lines need to be traced.

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Tips to make the Thermal fluid system a


success

22 Additional information

• The burner must have a good accessibility for adjustment and maintenance.
• Install the pump(s) free of stress of the piping system. Alfa Laval Aalborg has
special compensators in their delivery program.
• Water and/or gas in the system gives a lot of trouble. Please notice that also after
the commission water can come in the system due to a leakage or condensate.
• Provide a good de-aerating pipe in the supply line of the oil fired heater and
exhaust gas heat exchanger. Also in the secondary system a de-aerating pipe is
necessary. It is very important to use the de-aerating pipe, type DE.
• The bottom of the expansion tank must be the highest point of the installation.
• To prevent cavitation of the pump(s) use valves and strainers of Aalborg
Industries.
• An open expansion tank must be as cold as possible and always below 70°C.
• Always use a temperature blocking pipe of sufficient capacity. See our drawing
no. 90429.
• Every 6 months the thermal fluid has to be checked. A special sampling pipe is
recommended. See our drawing no. 910546.
• Large heat consumers with a low pressure drop need a manual control valve. For
example: bunker tanks, settling tanks, day tanks.
• Make the connection for a pressure indicator, a pressure controller, etc. in a
horizontal line of the piping. We recommend using a ½" pipe from the main
pipe line to the indicator. A root valve is also recommended.
• Before the filling of the system with thermal fluid, we recommend to invite our
service engineer to check the system.

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BOILING OUT PROCEDURE FOR THERMAL OIL SYSTEMS
Boiling out procedure
Thermal oil system

Boiling
1 outBoiling
procedure out procedure for thermal oil sys-
tems After filling and venting the installation and the pre-adjustments on the burner the
boiling out procedure can be started. “Boiling out” a thermal fluid system that is
filled with thermal oil is necessary to remove water (condensation inside the piping
before filling) and light fractions that are present in new thermal oil.

Boiling out is required:


 At the first start-up of the system.
 When the thermal fluid installation has not been used for 3 months or longer.
 After replacement of (part of) the thermal oil.
 When water has entered the system.

The time necessary for the boiling out procedure can be decreased by vacuuming the
total system before filling. Depending on the ambient temperature, vacuuming will
remove most of the remaining water and condensation from the system.
Even a small amount of water in the system can lead to a “boil over” (sudden,
violent disgorging of oil from the expansion tank) caused by the rapid increase of
volume as the water turns into steam.

Open vent and closed systems


Below procedure can be used for an open vent system. If the thermal fluid system is
closed and under pressure, the system must first be depressurised and the vent valve
of the expansion tank must be opened before below procedure can be followed.
It is important that light fractions have the opportunity to leave the closed system as
soon as possible. Remaining light fractions can deteriorate quickly and reduce the
flash point of the thermal oil. The vent valve of the expansion tank must be open for
a sufficient time to allow them to leave the system. After the boiling out procedure
has been completed, the vent valve can be closed and the expansion tank re-
pressurized.

Procedure:
Step A: Start a circulating pump and wait for the flow to reach the sufficient level
(At indication 0.05 ∆P the flow alarm releases the burner.) Open the valves
of all the heat consumers (if possible).

Step B: Adjusted the burner controller to 90°C and start the burner in partial load.
After 30 minutes you can increase the temperature set point with 5°C.

Step C: As long as the system pressure and flow stay steady, the temperature set
point can be increased every15 minutes.

During this procedure we advise to check the temperature of the heat consumer
return lines to make sure that oil is running through.

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Step D: If the system pressure or flow becomes unstable, the boiling out valve
(situated at the boilers outlet side) can be opened a little (1 turn), in order to
create a flow over the expansion tank where the water drops can settle and
the light fractions can escape. The temperature set point has to be decreased
10°C.

Go back to step C.

Step E: Once the return temperature to the oil fired heater exceeds 130°C, the
system is free from water. The set point can be increased slowly up to the
design temperature. On a control box without a PLC the return temperature
can be checked by pressing the ∆ button of the controller once.

Note: When the temperature on the controller or PLC touch screen has
reached 100°C, please take into account that at the pumps suction side
the return temperature will be approx. 20°C less than shown on the
controller and further boiling out is required.

The heat consumers that could not be boiled out during the first boiling out
procedure should be boiled out separately.

Step F: First let the system temperature cool down to approx. 90°C before opening
the valves (slowly) of these heat consumers and repeat the boiling out
procedure.

Important: For an extended durability of the thermal fluid it is only allowed to


open the boiling out valve during the first start-up period, until all
the gases have escaped. To prevent oxidation of the thermal fluid in
the expansion tank, the boiling out valve must be closed directly
after the boiling out procedure.

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How to take a thermal oil sample

How to take
Collecting a thermal Thermal
a representative oil sample
Oil Sample
The sample should be taken with system running and at normal working temperature at a location with
sufficient flow through the pipes. This way the turbulent flow will ensure that a homogenous mix of
fractions within the bulk fluid is sampled. Also any insoluble contaminants will, for the same reason, be
more likely to be suspended within the bulk fluid, this way both high and low molecular weight ranges of
fractions will be detected.

The sample should be cooled without exposure to the atmosphere. A closed sample device such as a
‘sampling pipe’ must be used to ensure that the fluid does not pass through atmosphere. Light ends or
volatiles consist of a homologous mix of hydrocarbons with different boiling/flash points.

When an ‘open’ sample is collected, the most volatile (lowest flash point) species will automatically
escape and vent off to the atmosphere, instead of being allowed to cool and condense back into the sample
where it can be decanted under lab conditions. With an “open” sample the lowest flash point material has
been vented off and incorrect (too high) flash point values will be measured.

Also exposing the hot sample to oxygen will result in aging of the sample and as such make it an unreliable
representative for the quality of the fluid in the system.

Note: The best and safest way to take an accurate thermal fluid sample is by using a sampling pipe

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HOW TO TAKE A THERMAL OIL SAMPLE
How to take a thermal oil sample

To take a sample:
Step A: Open the valves before and after the sampling pipe (1) and (2) and let the
thermal fluid circulate for at least 5 minutes to ensure a representative
sample of the thermal fluid.

Step B: Close the valves and let the sampling pipe cool down to a temperature of
below 40°C.

Step C: Open valve (4 ) and have the sampling container ready- always use a clean
sampling bottle with tight-fitting cap as recommended by your thermal fluid
supplier

Step D: Open valve (3). to break the vacuum in the sampling tank.

Step E: After taking the sample close all valves.

Open valve (2)and slowly open valve (3) to bleed of air.


Beware the thermal fluid entering the sample pipe is HOT take the necessary safety
measures to prevent scalding.
Step F: After all the air has been vented close valve (3).valves (2) can be left open.

Important: Always keep safety in mind: Hot thermal fluid is DANGEROUS.


Take adequate safety precautions (e.g. gloves, safety goggles) and
make sure to have the product specific safety data sheet on hand.

Important: The quality of the thermal fluid sample will be affected if it is


exposed to oxygen (air) by temperatures above 70°C. Please cool
down the thermal fluid sufficiently without exposing it to the air.

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Commissioning Procedure
COMMISIONING PROCEDURE

FOR THERMAL FLUID

INSTALLATIONS

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 GENERAL ................................................................................................................3

2 PRIOR TO COMMISSIONING ............................................................................3

3 FILLING PROCEDURES ......................................................................................4


3.1 Flushing.......................................................................................................4
3.2 Vacuuming ..................................................................................................4
3.3 Filling the system. .......................................................................................5
3.4 Venting the system ......................................................................................6
4 COLD COMMISSIONING ....................................................................................7

5 HOT COMMISSIONING .......................................................................................8


5.1 Start up for fuel oil pumps, type BAS/ZAS ................................................8
5.1.1 Filling the pump with the fluid to be conveyed 8
5.1.2 Filling and venting the pump without attached filter 8
5.1.3 Filling and venting the pump with attached filter 8
5.2 Heating of the fluid to be pumped...............................................................8
5.3 Commissioning and adjustment of the burner.............................................8
5.3.1 General inspection 8
5.3.2 Adjustment of the burner 9
6 BOILING OUT PROCEDURE ..............................................................................9

7 SEA TRIAL.............................................................................................................11

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1 General
In order to guarantee a faultless functioning of the thermal fluid installation, the
following points are to be observed during the commissioning of these installations.

The yard/builder is expected to have taken care of the correct installation of the
various parts of the installation according to the procedures and recommendations
given to the customer in the approval/working drawings. The various pipe systems
are expected to have been installed according to the agreed (PI) diagrams.

The electrical installation is expected to have been executed according to the


electrical diagrams and according to the rules and requirements of the classification
society and local authorities. It should be noted that signal lines should not be
installed close to power lines or other sources, which may conduct a magnetic field,
which can disturb the normal operation.

The special types of heaters and installations must be observed. The operating staff
should be made familiar with the special piping diagrams, the installation scheme
and operating instructions for heater and auxiliary equipment before the start of the
operation and should be informed about the functioning of the whole plant by using
these instructions. There should be sufficient spare-parts available for maintenance
and repair.

2 Prior to commissioning
The total pipe network and the heat consumers should as far as possible be checked
for leak-tightness with dry air or nitrogen under low pressure (1.5 - 2 bar).
Then all flanges, weldings etc. have to be checked with soap or special fluid. After
filling the installation, the installation can be pressure tested with cold thermal fluid.

Our thermal fluid heaters and exhaust gas heat exchangers are already pressure
tested in our factory by the classification. The maximum working pressure of these
parts is 10 bar(g). The pressure test with thermal fluid has to be carried out with a
minimum pressure of 15 bar(g) or a pressure in accordance with the classification.

The heat consumers, pumps, containers, appliances and safeties for which the
expected test pressure could be too high or which have already been examined for
their leak-tightness are to be separated by blanking-off from the part of the plant
which has to be checked.

For instance: the circulation pumps, safety valves and the de-aerating line should be
blanked off and if there is a valve in the expansion line it should be closed, if there is
no valve on the line the expansion tank should also be blanked-off.

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Important: Check all measuring and control equipment carefully for their
maximum pressure tolerances and take protective measures to
keep them from damage

The blank flanges, pipeline blanking discs and shut-off devices, which had to be
installed for the leak and/or tightness test are to be removed after the test. Now
check whether all openings are tightly closed and whether the flange unions are
tightened.

The drain valves are to be shut and all other valves of the plant must be brought into
the right position for operating. The correct start-up positions can be found on the
flow diagrams

3 Filling procedures

Attention: Before filling remove all dirt, slag etc, and make sure that all blind
flanges, caps, plugs etc. are removed.

3.1 Flushing

It is not necessary or advisable to flush the system with flush oil. After flushing with
flush oil it is never possible to remove all flushing oil from the system. The
remaining flush oil will mix with the thermal fluid and will give a lot of gas and
starting up problems.

If you insist on flushing the system, we advise you to use the same thermal fluid for
flushing as for filling the system. In that case it is recommendable to use extra fine
meshed filter elements during flushing.

Never use acid for pickling and/or preservation. A little rust or dirt will not damage
the equipment; however acid will damage the thermal fluid and can be dangerous
when heated to higher temperatures.

3.2 Vacuuming

When there is a lot of water in the system, the time necessary for the filling and
boiling out procedures can be decreased by vacuuming the total system before
filling. Depending on the ambient temperature, vacuuming will remove most of the
remaining water and condensation from the system.

The vacuum has to be taken up to 98%-99% depending on the ambient temperature.

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Temperature saturated Absolute


steam (ºC) pressure (bar)
0 0.006107
5 0.008719
10 0.012271
15 0.017041
20 0.023368
25 0.031663
30 0.042418
35 0.056218
40 0.073750
45 0.095818

Note: When the ambient temperature is below 7°C it is not possible to vacuum
the system.

The heat consumers, pumps, containers, appliances and safeties for which the
expected vacuum could be too low, are unable to maintain vacuum or which have
already been dried are to be separated by blanking-off from the part of the plant
which is to be vacuumed.

Important: Check all measuring and control equipment carefully for their
minimum pressure tolerances and take protective measures to keep
them from damage

3.3 Filling the system.

When the system is still under vacuum we advise to fill the system with the correct
thermal fluid, from a low point in the system, for example the drain valve near the
suction side of the circulation pump.

When the system is dry and vacuuming is not needed we recommend filling the
thermal fluid system through the expansion tank, by using the filling pump (when
available) or by using an external pump.

Fill the plant, i.e. the total heating system, including the heater and heat consumers,
with a heat transfer fluid of the correct specifications. The plant can be filled from
the drain/storage tank and then fill the system by using the filling pump or by filling
the thermal fluid directly into the expansion vessel.

All parts of the pipe work and all heat consumers are to be vented carefully at the
vent valves during filling until heat transfer fluid emerges. The thermal fluid heater
is de-aerated at the vent valve on the heater outlet (de-aerating pipe).

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Fill the plant with heat transfer fluid until the electrical contact of the level float
switch in the expansion vessel is closed.

Before the first start of the filling pump:


Step A: Ensure that the sealing chamber of the filling pump is filled with thermal
fluid.

Step B: Open all circulation line valves in the system where filling is needed and
close the by-pass valve (minimal flow valve).

Warning: The filling pump is a displacement pump. Displacement pumps must


never be operated against “closed valves”, since the uncontrollable
pressure heads which occur could lead to damage to the pump and
system.

The filling must be continued until the thermal fluid level in the expansion tank has
risen to just past the LOW LOW LEVEL switch.

3.4 Venting the system

When the installation has been filled with thermal fluid, the following items should
be checked/performed before the circulation pumps can be started:
Step A: Open up the de-aerator plugs of the circulation pump(s) and de-aerate the
pump(s) until they are completely filled with thermal fluid.

Step B: Check the thermal safeties and the rotation direction of the pump(s). For
more details on this see the separate instructions for the circulation
pumps.

Step C: Check that all gauge cocks are opened to pressure sensing instruments
(i.e. gauges, switches and transmitters) and gauge pipes are properly
vented.
Now the circulation pump can be started and the thermal fluid system can be vented
according to the following:
Step D: Close the valve on the pressure side of the circulation pump.

Step E: Start the pump, the outlet valve should be opened slowly and the pressure
must be kept at least 3 bar (g) to avoid cavitation . If necessary, due to
overload caused by cold thermal fluid the flow can be temporarily
reduced by throttling the pump’s outlet valve.

The delivery pressure of the pump will fluctuate because a mixture of oil, gases and
air is passing through. Keep the pressure above 3 bar(g) by throttling the valve at the
pump’s supply side to prevent cavitation.

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After starting the circulation pump, an increase in differential pressure must be


registered at the differential pressure gauge of the flow monitor. The absolute
volume of the pressure depends on the heat transfer fluid, its temperature and the
type of the heater. With cold transfer fluid (inlet temperature below 70°C) the
necessary differential pressure at the flow monitor for the automatic release of the
burner control is, in some cases, even in the case of correct operation of the
circulation pump, not obtained, due to physical characteristics of the transfer fluid.

Air will escape trough the de-aerating pipe (located in the suction line of the pump)
to the top of the expansion tank.

After some time the outlet pressure will increase (6-7 bar(g) and it will be possible
to open up the outlet valve slowly.

Note: During the filling procedure, the filters are provided with fine filter
inserts. Therefore, when running the circulation pumps for the first
time, it is important to check the pressure gauge at the pump’s suction
side. When suction pressure is below zero, the filter has to be cleaned.

Step F: Run the circulation pump until all air has been vented and the filters are
clean when inspected.

When the system is fully de-aerated the pressure gauges and the flow device should
show a steady pressure.

Step G: Stop the circulation pump and repeat the procedure for the second or
stand-by pump(s).

Step H: Observe the fluid level in the expansion tank (about 30 cm above LOW
LOW level) and top up if necessary.

4 Cold commissioning
The purpose of the cold commissioning is to ensure that all components connected
to the control system have been connected correctly and are able to function as
intended. Pre-adjustments of the pressure switches, transmitters and other
components are done in accordance to the set point list and electrical drawings.

For all warning, alarm and shutdown functions it must be checked that they are
coming through to the control system, remote systems and ECR or PLC systems.

All thermal protections (relays) for motors, timers and controllers are pre-adjusted
according to the set-point list/electrical drawings. All motors must be checked for
correct rotation directions and coupling alignment.

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5 Hot commissioning

5.1 Start up for fuel oil pumps, type BAS/ZAS

5.1.1 Filling the pump with the fluid to be conveyed


Prior to initial operation, the screw pumps must be filled with the fluid to be
conveyed. At the same time the sealing required for suction is imparted to the
spindles. The pump must not run dry.
5.1.2 Filling and venting the pump without attached filter
The fluid to be pumped is filled in through a filling hole at the suction flange of the
pump. For these purposes the screw plug with the joint ring must be removed
(see separate manual). The pump must be topped up with the fluid to be pumped
until it emerges air-free at the venting bore of the pressure flange.

In case of supply pressure, manual topping-up is not required. The pump is topped
up via the supply pipeline and vented via the filling and venting hole.
5.1.3 Filling and venting the pump with attached filter
Pumps in horizontal installation with attached filter are topped up via the filling hole
in the (filter) casing cover until the fluid pumped emerges air-free at the venting hole
of the pressure flange.

For these purposes the screw plugs and with the joint rings and must be removed.

Pumps in vertical installation with attached filter are topped up with the fluid to be
pumped via the filling and venting holes in the pump casing as described above.

5.2 Heating of the fluid to be pumped

When pumping heavy fuel oils or other fluids to be pumped congealing when
getting cold, it is necessary to provide a heating system in the plant (e.g. pipe
tracing).

At the time of pump starting the fluid to be pumped must have sufficient viscosity to
flow and be pumped around without damaging the pump.

Prior to the pump start-up, heavy fuel oil, for example, must be heated to at least
10°C above the solidifying point.

5.3 Commissioning and adjustment of the burner

5.3.1 General inspection


Before commissioning can commence, the entire plant must be handed over ready
for operation by the installer.

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The solenoid valves fitted on the burner and the isolating valves in the oil supply
should be tested for correct operation.

The burner motor rotation should be verified before commissioning. With control
circuit and operating switch closed, the burner is briefly actuated by the burner
control switch. The rotation of the burner motor must be anti clockwise when
looking at the motor cooling fan. Note the arrow direction on the motor flange.
5.3.2 Adjustment of the burner
Flue gas measurements are necessary to obtain good and economic operation. The
CO2 content must be as high as possible and the smoke number as favourable as
possible. There must be no ingress of uncontrolled air into the system. The draught
conditions should be reasonably constant, or a draught regulator should be used if
necessary.
For economic operation the flue gas temperature should be limited. It must be noted
that depending on chimney type, height and cross section a minimum temperature is
required to prevent flue gas temperatures falling below dew point.

6 Boiling out procedure


After filling and venting the installation and the pre-adjustments on the burner, it is
possible to start the boiling out procedure. The boiling out procedure is necessary to
remove the remaining water (condensation inside the piping before filling) from the
system and to remove the lighter fractions from the thermal fluid.

The time necessary for the boiling out procedure can be decreased by vacuuming the
total system before filling. Depending on the ambient temperature, vacuuming will
remove most of the remaining water and condensation from the system.

Boiling out is required:


• At the first start up of the system.
• When the thermal fluid installation has not been used for 3 months or longer.
• After replacement of the thermal fluid.
• When water has entered the system.

Procedure:
Step A: Start a circulation pump and wait for the flow to reach the sufficient level
(At indication 0.05bar ∆P the flow alarm releases the burner.) Open the
valves of the heat consumers that will be boiled out.

Step B: Adjusted the burner controller to 90°C and start the burner in partial load.
After 30 minutes you can increase the temperature set point with 5°C.

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Step C: As long as the system pressure and flow stay steady, the temperature set
point can be increased every15 minutes.

During this procedure we advise to check the temperature of the heat consumer
return lines to make sure that oil is running through.

Step D: If the system pressure or flow becomes unstable, the boiling out valve
(situated at the boilers outlet side) can be opened a little (1 turn), in order
to create a flow over the expansion tank where the water drops can settle.
The temperature set point has to be decreased 10°C.

Go back to step C.

Step E: Once the return temperature to the oil fired heater exceeds 130°C, the
system is free from water. The set point can be increased slowly (10°C)
up to the design temperature. The return temperature can be checked by
pressing the ∆ button once.

Note: When the temperature on the controller has reached 100°C, please take
into account that at the pumps suction side the return temperature will
be approx. 20°C less than shown on the controller and further boiling
out is required.

The heat consumers that could not be boiled out during the first boiling out
procedure should be boiled out separately.

Step F: Let the system temperature cool down to approx. 90°C before opening the
valves (slowly) of these heat consumers and repeat the boiling out
procedure.

Important: For an extended durability of the thermal fluid it is only allowed to


open the boiling out valve during the first start-up period, until all
the gases have escaped. To prevent oxidation of the thermal fluid in
the expansion tank, the valve must be closed directly after the
boiling out procedure.

Attention: When the system is heated to the operating temperature the


alignment of the circulation pumps must be checked. The coupling
parts on the pump and motor side should be concentric and not
have any angular displacement. For further details see separate
manual for circulation pumps.

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7 Sea trial
When the complete system is ready and operational a full-scale test is conducted and
all controllers and other equipment are adjusted to suit operational conditions.

During, or at the end of the hot commissioning there would normally be a


presentation / test made for the owner and class.

For plants including exhaust gas heaters (economisers) and other equipment which
can be tested under sea trial only for example final adjustment at full load conditions
or use under ordinary sea going conditions, adjustments and tests must be performed
under actual or simulated conditions.

It is important to obtain normal expected operation conditions when the plants


various controllers are optimised. The set point lists are filled in with actual values,
when the settings are modified.

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Table of contents

Main Diagram
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Description Document ID Page
Flow diagram............................................................ D147993..................... 2-3
Fuel oil diagram........................................................ D147995..................... 2-5
List of parts............................................................... 202894........................ 2-6
List Of Symbols........................................................ D86180....................... 2-9

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Fuel oil diagram

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D43187-51750 1 Oil fired heater 1750 kW_H5-TFO-017 1T Oil fired heater

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25901-02540 1 Safety valve DN25/40 1T1 Oil fired heater
B004 1 Chimney vertical stack 10mtr. 1T11 Oil fired heater
22046-01100 1 Stop valve Globe Bellow seal Straight DN100 PN16 GGG-40.3 Control disc 1T2 Oil fired heater
A D107201-00001 2 Cooling fanSodeca HCDF-50-4T/L 1T12-1T13 Oil fired heater
941071-00001 2 PT 100 Ohm sensor with single element 1T20-1T21 Oil fired heater
LIST OF PARTS

951411-00050 1 Thermometer range 0-500°C 1T22 Oil fired heater


951167-01530 1 Temperature switch range 150-300°C 1T24 Oil fired heater
22046-02100 1 Stop valve Globe Bellow seal Straight DN100 PN16 GGG-40.3 Loose disc (Spring loaded) 1T3 Oil fired heater
951165-02050 1 Temperature switch range 200-500°C 1T32 Oil fired heater
D43187-11750 1 Insulation thermal fluid heater_H5-TFO-017 1T33 Oil fired heater
D00776-00006 1 Indicating differential presssure switch 0 - 0.6 bar(g) 1T34 Oil fired heater
List of parts
D11855-10001 1 Leakage detection device 1T35 Oil fired heater
22046-01080 1 Stop valve Globe Bellow seal Straight DN80 PN16 GGG-40.3 Control disc 1T4 Oil fired heater
951444-00010 2 EO-shut off valve PN250/PN400 1T40-1T41 Oil fired heater
72406-10080 1 Pressure switch KPS 35 1T46 Oil fired heater
D00749-00012 1 Manometer valve with test connection 1T47 Oil fired heater
941041-00012 1 Syphon pipe 1T48 Oil fired heater
22046-01025 1 Stop valve Globe Bellow seal Straight DN25 PN16 GGG-40.3 Control disc 1T5 Oil fired heater

90427-00300 1 De Aerating pipe 1T240 System pipes


90429-52100 1 Temperature blocking pipe B52100 1T245 System pipes

D64491-04312 1 Centrifugal pump with E-motor 50-250/22 kW 1T400 Circulating pumps


D64491-20012 1 Stand stilll heating IEC 180M motor 1T400.11 Circulating pumps
22046-00125 1 Stop valve Globe Bellow seal Straight DN125 PN16 GGG-40.3 1T411 Circulating pumps
22050-00125 1 Strainer DN125 1T412 Circulating pumps
900424-00125 1 Bellow with double braiding and flanges DN125 1T413 Circulating pumps
22046-00015 1 Stop valve Globe Bellow seal Straight DN15 PN16 GGG-40.3 1T414 Circulating pumps
62053-01030 1 Pressure gauge 100.00 -1 +3 bar 1T415 Circulating pumps
D00749-00012 1 Manometer valve with test connection 1T416 Circulating pumps
941041-00012 1 Syphon pipe 1T417 Circulating pumps
900424-00100 1 Bellow with double braiding and flanges DN100 1T419 Circulating pumps
62053-00016 1 Pressure gauge 100.00 0 - 16 bar 1T420 Circulating pumps
D00749-00012 1 Manometer valve with test connection 1T421 Circulating pumps
941041-00012 1 Syphon pipe 1T422 Circulating pumps
A 22046-02100 1 Stop valve Globe Bellow seal Straight DN100 PN16 GGG-40.3 Loose disc (Spring loaded) 1T424 Circulating pumps

D64491-05315 4 Centrifugal pump with E-motor 65 - 250 / 45 kW 1U400-1U401-1U402-1U403 Circulating pumps Economiser
D64491-20015 4 stand still heating 1U400.11-1U401.11-1U402.11-1U402.11 Circulating pumps Economiser
22047-00200 4 Stop valve Bellow seal Angle DN200 PN16 GGG-40.3 1U411-1U431-1U451-1T471 Circulating pumps Economiser
22050-00200 4 Strainer DN200 1U412-1U432-1U452-1T472 Circulating pumps Economiser
A 900424-00200 2 Bellow with double braiding and flanges DN200 1U413-1U453 Circulating pumps Economiser
22046-00015 4 Stop valve Globe Bellow seal Straight DN15 PN16 GGG-40.3 1U414-1U434-1U454-1T474 Circulating pumps Economiser

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62053-01030 4 Pressure gauge 100.00 -1 +3 bar 1U415-1U435-1U455-1T475 Circulating pumps Economiser
D00749-00012 4 Manometer valve with test connection 1U416-1U436-1U456-1T476 Circulating pumps Economiser

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941041-00012 4 Syphon pipe 1U417-1U437-1U457-1T477 Circulating pumps Economiser
22046-01015 2 Stop valve Globe Bellow seal Straight DN15 PN16 GGG-40.3 Control disc 1U418-1U458 Circulating pumps Economiser
A 900424-00150 2 Bellow with double braiding and flanges DN150 1U419-1U459 Circulating pumps Economiser
62053-00016 4 Pressure gauge 100.00 0 - 16 bar 1U420-1U440-1U460-1T480 Circulating pumps Economiser
D00749-00012 4 Manometer valve with test connection 1U421-1U441-1U461-1T481 Circulating pumps Economiser
941041-00012 4 Syphon pipe 1U422-1U442-1U462-1T482 Circulating pumps Economiser
22046-02150 4 Stop valve Globe Bellow seal Straight DN150 PN16 GGG-40.3 Loose disc 1U424-1U444-1U464-1T484 Circulating pumps Economiser

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D01036-00060 2 Differential pressure transmit 1U425-1U465 Circulating pumps Economiser
D147995#A.2

951444-00010 2 EO-shut off valve PN250/PN400 1U426-1U466 Circulating pumps Economiser


LIST OF PARTS

951444-00010 2 EO-shut off valve PN250/PN400 1U427-1U467 Circulating pumps Economiser

202894-10-1750 4 Economiser EXV7 75 29 76.1 600 1U-2U-3U-4U Economiser


25901-102540 4 Safety valve DN25/40 1U1-2U1-3U1-4U1 Economiser
22046-04100 4 Stop valve Globe Bellow seal Straight DN100 PN16 GGG-40.3 1U2-2U2-3U2-4U2 Economiser
C 951238-00001 4 PT 100 Ohm sensor with double element 1U22-2U22-3U22-4U22 Economiser
C 951238-00001 4 PT 100 Ohm sensor with double element 1U23-2U23-3U23-4U23 Economiser
951167-01530 4 Temperature switch range 150-300°C 1U24-2U24-3U24-4U24 Economiser
951165-02050 4 Temperature switch range 200-500°C 1U30-2U30-3U30-4U30 Economiser
951165-02050 4 Temperature switch range 200-500°C 1U31-2U31-3U31-4U31 Economiser
D00776-00006 4 Indicating differential presssure switch 0 - 0.6 bar(g) 1U32-2U32-3U32-4U32 Economiser
B D148012-10001 4 Terninal box assembly 1U32.1-2U32.1-3U32.1-4U32.1 Economiser
C 22046-05100 4 Stop valve Globe Bellow seal Straight DN100 PN16 GGG-40.3 Loose disc 1U3-2U3-3U3-4U3 Economiser
D11855-10001 4 Leakage detection device 1U35-2U35-3U35-4U35 Economiser
951444-00010 8 EO-shut off valve PN250/PN400 1U38-1U39-2U38-2U39-3U38-3U39-4U38-4U39 Economiser
C 22046-04080 4 Stop valve Globe Bellow seal Straight DN80 PN16 GGG-40.3 Control Disc 1U4-2U4-3U4-4U4 Economiser
C 22046-05025 4 Stop valve Globe Bellow seal Straight DN25 PN16 GGG-40.3 1U5-2U5-3U5-4U5 Economiser
22046-04040 4 Stop valve Globe Bellow seal Straight DN40 PN16 GGG-40.3 1U7-2U7-3U7-4U7 Economiser
B004 4 By-pass valves 1U9-2U9-3U9-4U9 Economiser
C 4 Solenoid valve 24VDC(mounted on the actuator (open and close) 1U9.11-2U9.11-3U9.11-4U9.11 Economiser
C 4 Limit switch on/of 1U9.12-2U9.12-3U9.12-4U9.12 Economiser
C 4 Limit switch on/of 1U9.13-2U9.13-3U9.13-4U9.13 Economiser
C 4 Double acting actuator 1U9.14-2U9.14-3U9.14-4U9.14 Economiser

D53860-00001 4 Air collecting tank 1U51-2U51-3U51-4U51 Economiser air supply


941071-00001 4 PT 100 Ohm sensor with single element 1U52-2U52-3U52-4U52 Economiser air supply
951221-00001 4 Thermowell black 1U53-2U53-3U53-4U53 Economiser air supply
B 6310325 4 Pressure switch KPS 35 1U54-2U54-3U54-4U54 Economiser air supply
D64715-00012 4 Ball check valve 1U55-2U55-3U55-4U55 Economiser air supply
961652-03570 4 Air pressure reducer 1U56-2U56-3U56-4U56 Economiser air supply
C 951238-00001 2 PT 100 Ohm sensor with double element 1U61-3U61 Economiser
C 951221-00001 2 Thermowell black 1U61.1-3U61.1 Economiser

90501-48000 1 Expansion tank PHE48000 1T130 Expansion tank


22046-00100 1 Stop valve Globe Bellow seal Straight DN100 PN16 GGG-40.3 1T131 Expansion tank
22046-00100 1 Stop valve Globe Bellow seal Straight DN100 PN16 GGG-40.3 1T133 Expansion tank
22046-00003 1 Limit switch mounted valve 1T135 Expansion tank
22046-00025 1 Stop valve Globe Bellow seal Straight DN25 PN16 GGG-40.3 1T138 Expansion tank
D00894-00001 1 Self closing drain valve DN25 1T139 Expansion tank

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Revision:C
10/11‐2014
D00734-00001 1 Level float switch S01DB/F84 1T143 Expansion tank
D00734-00001 1 Level float switch S01DB/F84 1T152 Expansion tank

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D01054-00120 1 Magnetic level gauge ITA-3.0-GL 1T161 Expansion tank
D01054-00001 1 Reed switch type LMS-A 1T162 Expansion tank
941071-00001 1 PT 100 Ohm sensor with single element 1T169 Expansion tank
LIST OF PARTS

25901-10125 1 Safety valve DN100/150 1T170 N2 Pressure set


D22104-00100 1 Safety valve brass 1" fig. 517 1T171 N2 Pressure set
D00749-00012 1 Manometer valve with test connection 1T172 N2 Pressure set
62053-00060 1 Pressure gauge 100.00 0 - 6 bar 1T173 N2 Pressure set
951444-00010 1 EO-shut off valve PN250/PN400 1T174 N2 Pressure set
961652-00020 1 Air pressure reducer 1T175 N2 Pressure set
A 72859-00012 1 Stop valve Ball 1/2" Forged brass 1T176 N2 Pressure set
A D64715-00012 1 Ball check valve 1T177 N2 Pressure set
D00776-00016 1 Diff. pressure switch 0-1.6 bar(g) 1T179 N2 Pressure set

22046-00025 1 Stop valve Globe Bellow seal Straight DN25 PN16 GGG-40.3 1T246 N2 system
D00832-00020 1 Float chamber 1T247 N2 system
D00734-00001 1 Level float switch S01DB/F84 1T248 N2 system
D22147-00038 1 Stop valve Needle 3/8" 1T249 N2 system
D32451-00038 2 Solenoid valve 3/8" NC (EX) 1T250-1T251 N2 system

202894-20-300 1 Air cooler 300 kW 1U650 Air cooler


D00893-00015 1 Check valve DN15 PN16 1U651 Air cooler
22046-04065 2 Stop valve Globe Bellow seal Straight DN65 PN16 GGG-40.3 1U652-U653 Air cooler
C 22046-04065 1 Stop valve Globe Bellow seal Straight DN65 PN16 GGG-40.3 Control disc 1U654 Air cooler
C 22046-04200 1 Stop valve Globe Bellow seal Straight DN200 PN16 GGG-40.3 Control disc 1U657 Air cooler
72903-01065 1 Control valve DN65 PN16 KVS value 63 Fig. 23.451 - Mixing Premio 2.2 GGG-40 1U658 Air cooler
941071-00001 1 PT 100 Ohm sensor with single element 1U659 Air cooler
951221-00001 1 Thermowell black 1U661 Air cooler

961647-02150 1 Control valve DN150 PN16 KVS value 400 ARI 23.471-DP34 DP34 GGG-40.3 Bellow 1T270 Minimum flow control
22046-00200 2 Stop valve Globe Bellow seal Straight DN200 PN16 GGG-40.3 1T271-1T272 Minimum flow control
22046-01150 1 Stop valve Globe Bellow seal Straight DN150 PN16 GGG-40.3 Control disc 1T273 Minimum flow control
961652-03570 1 Air pressure reducer 1T278 Minimum flow control
951444-00010 2 EO-shut off valve PN250/PN400 1T280-1T281 Minimum flow control
D01036-00006 1 Diff. press. transmitter 0-0.6 bar(g) 1T282 Minimum flow control
62030-00250 1 Orifice set DN200-PN40 1T283 Minimum flow control

910546-00001 1 Sampling pipe for thermal fluid system 1T290 Sampling pipe
22046-00020 2 Stop valve Globe Bellow seal Straight DN20 PN16 GGG-40.3 1T291-1T292 Sampling pipe
951411-10030 1 Temperature indicator 0-300°C including thermowell 1T293 Sampling pipe
951444-00010 2 EO-shut off valve PN250/PN400 1T294-1T295 Sampling pipe

Language UK
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D86180#A.3
LIST OF SYMBOLS

List Of Symbols

Language UK 2-9 / 9
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Table of contents

Container
.
Description Document ID Page
Container 1............................................................... 14-0065e-101............... 3-3
Container 1 - Layout.................................................. 14-0065e-110............... 3-5
Container 2............................................................... 14-0065e-200............... 3-7
Container 2 - Layout.................................................. 14-0065e-210............... 3-9

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DWG: 14-0065P-122

14-0065e-101#A.3
CONTAINER 1

678
A6
A4
A15 A7 A5
A16 A3
A14
A12

1600
Container 1

DWG: 14-0065P-137 DWG: 14-0065P-136


DWG: 14-0065P-120

TOP VIEW

DWG: 14-0065P-180

A7 DWG: 14-0065P-134 DWG: 14-0065P-135


A B

A13

A17
400

A11

DWG: 14-0065P-121
DWG: 14-0065P-115
SECTION B-B SECTION A-A
A FRONT VIEW
B
LEFT SIDE VIEW

DWG: 14-0065P-138

DWG: 14-0065P-130

DWG: 14-0065P-133

C AdK 03-06-2014 Comments Processed AdK


B AdK 03-06-2014 Flange Tags Added AdK
A AdK 06-05-2014 Tags Added AdK
0 AdK 24-04-2014 First Issue AdK
REV. DRAWN DATE REMARKS CHECKED
PROJECT:
DWG: 14-0065P-123 Maersk Container Solution Bali
Array
industries
CLIENT:

TITLE:
Alfa Laval
GA Container 1
DWG: 14-0065P-124 Hoogeveenenweg 29
2913 LV, Niewerkerk a/d SCALE: 1:25 FORM: A1 All rights stricktly preserved
A1, A2 DWG: 14-0065P-131 DWG: 14-0065P-132 Reproduction or issue to third parties is
FIXED POINT SLIDING POINT IJssel DRAWN: Aad de Krom DATE: 24-04-2014 not permitted without written authority of
T:(+31)(0)180 - 331655 ARRAY INDUSTRIES.
CHECKED: DATE:
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3-4 / 9 Language UK
12192

7007 400

14-0065e-110#A.2 3425 1750 800 3818

CONTAINER 1 - LAYOUT

600
827
1338
10 16 6 14 17 10 4 10

800
600
400
Container 1 - Layout

1038
1011
700
9

10
KOKER 80x40x4 KOKER 80x40x4

BOVENAANZICHT DAK
7

100 5860

4544 300 800 3818

1456 100 100 1030


UNP 120
15 17

D 2

10 1 8 11

1844

1844
o630

o530

L 75x50x5

1" NIPPEL 5

DETAIL D
o600
KOKER 80x40x4

DOORSNEDE B-B TRANENPLAAT 5mm


UNP 120

BOVENAANZICHT INTERN

500 680 1000 3718

B B
200

200
680

OPVULDIKTE IN WERK BEPALEN

450

450
C C
2896

450

400
2225

2225
1975
2103

1655
963

955
700

13 13 13 10 12 13 13
250

255 350 4250 3808


KOKER 80x40x4
5234 4772

5883 300 5451

LINKERZIJAANZICHT 6232 100

A RY
IM IN
VOORAANZICHT INTERN (DIEPTE ~200mm)
EL
3 PR A
B
Geen uitstekende delen ivm. transport.
GENERAL NOTES

Coating: Standaard Container Coating. (gespoten).


275 100 C Buitenkant Container RAL 7024 (grafiet grijs).
D Binnenkant Vloer: RAL 5002. (ultramarijn blauw).
E Binnenkant wanden: RAL 9010 (wit).
F

17 2 Opvulstrip Raveling 1000x100x ?? S235


16 1 Dakplaat 800x800x10 S235 Lev. Array
15 2 UNP 120 1600mm S235
14 2 UNP 120 4640mm S235
13 5 L100x50x6 1750mm S235
1280

PLAAT VERDEELD TUSSEN 12 1 Baseplaat Brandblusser 400x300x3 S235


2 DAMWANDPROFIELWANGEN 11 1 PutRooster 300x300mm S235
10 6 Kabelgoot B 100mm S235
1468

9 1 Kabelgoot A 300mm S235


8 1 Kabeldoorvoer S235 Lev. Array
7 1 Doorvoer D S235

2434
6 1 Doorvoer C S235
5 1 Doorvoer B S235
DOORSNEDE C-C (1:10) 4 1 Doorvoer A S235
3 1 Lamellenrooster 600x1200 S235 Lev. Array
1310

DEURKLINK DEMONTABEL 2 1 Ventilatorframe S235


240

1 1 Frame Schakelkast S235 Lev. Array


635
605

498

POSNo AANTAL OMSCHRIJVING AFMETINGEN MATERIAAL OPMERKINGEN


318

300 460 885 5270 0 AdK 11-04-2014 First issue AdK


185 680
REV. DRAWN DATE REMARKS CHECKED
4840 960 1000 5212
PROJECT:
Container Solution

RECHTERZIJAANZICHT
5860 100
Array
industries
CLIENT:

TITLE:
Layout Container 1
Hoogeveenenweg 29

Language UK ACHTERAANZICHT (DIEPTE ~200mm) 2913 LV, Niewerkerk a/d


IJssel
T:(+31)(0)180 - 331655
SCALE: 1:25
DRAWN: Aad de Krom
FORM:
DATE:
A0
11-04-2014 3-5 / 9 All rights stricktly preserved
Reproduction or issue to third parties is
not permitted without written authority of
ARRAY INDUSTRIES.
CHECKED: DATE:
F:(+31)(0)180 - 328276
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DWG: 14-0065P-122

14-0065e-200#A.2
CONTAINER 2

678
A6
A4
A15 A7 A5
A16 A3
A14
A12

1600
Container 2

DWG: 14-0065P-137 DWG: 14-0065P-136


DWG: 14-0065P-120

TOP VIEW

DWG: 14-0065P-180

A7 DWG: 14-0065P-134 DWG: 14-0065P-135


A B

A13

A17
400

A11

DWG: 14-0065P-121
DWG: 14-0065P-115
SECTION B-B SECTION A-A
A FRONT VIEW
B
LEFT SIDE VIEW

DWG: 14-0065P-138

DWG: 14-0065P-130

DWG: 14-0065P-133

C AdK 03-06-2014 Comments Processed AdK


B AdK 03-06-2014 Flange Tags Added AdK
A AdK 06-05-2014 Tags Added AdK
0 AdK 24-04-2014 First Issue AdK
REV. DRAWN DATE REMARKS CHECKED
PROJECT:
DWG: 14-0065P-123 Maersk Container Solution Bali
Array
industries
CLIENT:

TITLE:
Alfa Laval
GA Container 1
DWG: 14-0065P-124 Hoogeveenenweg 29
2913 LV, Niewerkerk a/d SCALE: 1:25 FORM: A1 All rights stricktly preserved
A1, A2 DWG: 14-0065P-131 DWG: 14-0065P-132 Reproduction or issue to third parties is
FIXED POINT SLIDING POINT IJssel DRAWN: Aad de Krom DATE: 24-04-2014 not permitted without written authority of
T:(+31)(0)180 - 331655 ARRAY INDUSTRIES.
CHECKED: DATE:
Language UK BACK VIEW F:(+31)(0)180 - 328276
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12192

4845 200

14-0065e-210#A.2 2423 950


KOKER 80x40x4
KOKER 80x40x4 KOKER 80x40x4

CONTAINER 2 - LAYOUT

564
694

719
634
9 2 9 4 10 6 9 9 5 13 9 9

2438

1200
Container 2 - Layout

519
400 2819
BOVENAANZICHT DAK

1519 100 100 4707


TRANENPLAAT 5mm
100 1386

D
1 8 7 8 10

o 630
3
o 530 9

L 75x50x5
1" NIPPEL

DETAIL D
o 600
KOKER 80x40x4 300 5477

DOORSNEDE E-E BOVENAANZICHT INTERN

5278 100 4707

3426 50 100 1386

300 680 1519 100

12

E E
680

2300

2300

2300
1468

2400
2896

2672
1900

RY
735

A
DEURKLINK DEMONTABEL

300
MI N
LI

30
LINKERZIJAANZICHT
500

1889
960

1946
428

885
1000
8100 1261

P RE
VOORAANZICHT INTERN

GENERAL NOTES
A Geen uitstekende delen ivm. transport.
B B
C
Coating: Standard container coating. (gespoten).
Buitenkant Container: RAL 7024 (grafiet grijs).
D Binnenkant vloer: RAL 5002. (ultramarijn blauw).
E Binnenkant wanden: RAL 9010 (wit).
F

13 1 Ongelijkzijdig Hoekprofiel L100x50x6 S235


12 1 Baseplaat Brandblusser 400x300x3 S235
11 1 Putrooster 300x300mm S235
10 2 Kabelgoot C 50mm S235
1280

C 9
8
8
2
Kabelgoot B
Kabelgoot A
100mm
300mm
S235
S235
PLAAT VERDEELD TUSSEN 7 1 Kabeldoorvoer S235 Lev. Array
2 DAMWANDPROFIELWANGEN 6 1 Doorvoer 2C S235
5 1 Doorvoer 2B S235

400
4 1 Doorvoer 2A S235
3 1 Lamellenrooster 600x1200 S235 Lev. Array
2 1 Ventilatorframe S235
1 1 Frame schakelkast S235 Lev. Array
POSNo AANTAL OMSCHRIJVING AFMETINGEN MATERIAAL OPMERKINGEN

950
1310

DETAIL C ( 1:20 ) 0 AdK 08-04-2014 First issue AdK


REV. DRAWN DATE REMARKS CHECKED
PROJECT:
Container Solution
185 680 ~350 ZIE DETAIL C

B Array
industries
CLIENT:

TITLE:
Layout Container 2
ACHTERAANZICHT
RECHTERZIJAANZICHT DOORSNEDE B-B Hoogeveenenweg 29

Language UK 2913 LV, Niewerkerk a/d


IJssel
T:(+31)(0)180 - 331655
SCALE: 1:25
DRAWN: Aad de Krom
FORM:
DATE:
A0
08-04-2014 3-9 / 9 All rights stricktly preserved
Reproduction or issue to third parties is
not permitted without written authority of
ARRAY INDUSTRIES.
CHECKED: DATE:
F:(+31)(0)180 - 328276
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Table of contents

Electrical System
.
Description Document ID Page
Control panel............................................................ 104X03_2381.............. 4-2
Storage of control box................................................ RTM_IN0905_01......... 4-73
Temperature Controllers............................................. RTM_OM8210_01....... 4-74
Alarm module 821A20............................................... RTM_OM8220_01....... 4-91

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AlaStdTitlepage

Alfa Laval Aalborg

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Gasvaerksvej 24

9100 Aalborg DK

Electrical Drawings
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

Control panel

C Shipyard: Wartsila Finland OY


Boiler Type: H4-0-TFO-017
Project Number(s): PP14.202894
Hull Number(s): Power plant Pesanggaran Bali project
D

See page 0a for additional enclosure information

F
Number of pages 71

Language UK
Page No.: 0
Date 07/04/2014 = PROJECT INFO
Title page / cover sheet PP14.202894
Ed. jhn +
Appr H4-0-TFO-017 Order Template Version: Order_Template_Rev3
Modification Date Name Replaced by Drawing Number: 104X03:2381 Rev.A Next Page: 0a
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Secondary systems
A
Additional Information

Project/Order Number : PP14.202894

Language UK
B
Customer/Yard Name : Wartsila Finland OY, Services
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

New Building/Hull No.(S): Power plant Pesanggaran Bali project


Thermal Fluid Heater: : 1 x Aalborg H5-TFO-017 - 1750kW
Fuel Oil Burner: : Weishaupt Monarch L8 - 2 stage
C
WHRU: : 4 x EXV7
Class Society : LRS
Power Supply : 400 VAC
D Control Voltage : 230VAC
Frequency : 50 Hz
Pilot Voltage : 24 VDC

E
Control Panels Colour : RAL 7035

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System
A
Additional Information

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S = switch
CONTROL BOX Q = motor protection switch
Make : Rittal K = auxiliary relay / contactor
x1
Type : T = transformer
Dimensions : Normally open/close contact Signal lamp B = controller
x2 WB = burner
Colour : RAL 7035
Cable inlet : Bottom
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

B ON delay contact
x1
TEXT PLATES Signal lamp with transformer
Colour plate : White
Colour letters : Black x2
Language : English OFF delay contact

x1
VOLTAGE Normally open/close contact A Ampere meter
Voltage : 400 VOLT
Frequency : 50 Hz x2
C

Push button x1

Hour counter
h
Manual operated switch 1-0-2 x2

x1
D Contact of magnetic relay Solenoid valve
x2

1 3
Normally open/close contact
2 4
YC : Yard Connection -X ? Terminal

YD : Yard Connection and Delivery Level switch

E 1 2

P P Pressure switch Transformer

3 4
70 K 10

string reference Temperature switch


function type
sheet reference of item Separate shielded cable
A1
F Relay / Contactor
A2
1
A1
M
Off delay relay One phase motor
A2
1~
2
A1
On delay relay U1 V1 W1
G A2
M

Language UK
Threee phase motor
3~
PE

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0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

PANEL WEIGHT: 200KG (+/-15%)


CONTAINER 1 CONTROL PANEL
Control Panel Colour: RAL 7035
A IP CLASS: 54

Language UK
B 260 mm
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

200B1 201B0 202B0


C

K1 K1 K1 K1 K1 K1

K2 K2 K2 K2 K2 K2

K3 K3 K3 K3 K3 K3

K4 K4 K4 K4 K4 K4

89B1 60B0 91B12 93B12 95B12 97B12

70V1 70V5 91S13 93S13 95S13 97S13

950 mm
1000 mm
200S2 60S5 200S1 24S3 30S1 30S3 30S5

24H4

E
20Q0 24S0.1
e r g enc
m

E
S t op

400 mm 1400 mm

AIRCON UNIT
F

Cable connections in the bottom


G

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L1 / 21.0

A L2 / 21.0

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L3 /
104X03_2381#A.2

1 3 5 13 21 1 3 5 13 21 1 3 5 13 21 1 3 5 13 21
CONTROL PANEL

B -20Q2 -20Q4 -20Q6 -20Q8


14 22 14 22 14 22 14 22

I> I> I> I> I> I> I> I> I> I> I> I>

/50.6
/30.1
/30.3
/30.5

2 4 6 2 4 6 2 4 6 2 4 6

1 3 5 1/L1 3/L2 5/L3 1/L1 3/L2 5/L3 1/L1 3/L2 5/L3 1/L1 3/L2 5/L3
C -20Q0 -50K6 -30K1 -30K3 -30K5
/99.5 2 4 6 /50.6 2/T1 4/T2 6/T3 /30.1 2/T1 4/T2 6/T3 /30.3 2/T1 4/T2 6/T3 /30.5 2/T1 4/T2 6/T3

E -X20 1 2 3 4 5 6 PE 7 8 9 PE 10 11 12 PE 13 14 15 PE

-20W0 -20W2 -20W4 -20W6 -20W8


POWER SUPPLY
3 X 400VAC, 50 Hz
Max: XX kW

-U3 U1 V1 W1 PE U1 V1 W1 PE U1 V1 W1 PE U1 V1 W1 PE
F
M M M M
POWER SUPPLY -M2 -M4 -M6 -M8
BURNER MOTOR 3 FILLING PUMP 3 CONTAINER VENTILATOR 3 EMERGENCY COOLER FAN 3
3 X 400VAC, 50 Hz U: 400 V U: 400 V U: 400 V U: 400 V
Max: XX kW P: 4,8 kW P: 0,55kW P: XXkW P: XX kW
In: 9,5A In: X,XX A In: X,XX A In: X,XX A
Ist: XXX A Ist: XXX A Ist: XXX A

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20.9 / L1

20.9 / L2
A

Language UK
1 3 5
B
1 3 5
-21Q8
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

-21Q1 I> I> I>


I> I> I>
2 4 6
2 4 6

1 2
C
-21T1

3 4

1 3
-21F1
2 4

1 / 24.0

E N / 24.0

1 2

M
-20M6
A/C Unit 1~
PE
G 1

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Purple Purple
L / 30.0

A 13 17
-24S3 -24K9
/24.9

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14 18
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

B
-X24 2
-24W0
/24.0

11 YD
-24S0.0
12
Remote emeregency stop
-24W0
/24.0

-X24 1
C

11
-24S0.1
12

A1 A1 A1 A1 A1 A1 A1
24K3 24K4 -24K5 -24K6 -24K7 -24K8 -24K9
230V A2 230V A2 230V A2 230V A2 230V A2 230V A2 A2
Leight blue Leight blue
N / 30.0
Reset 1 Reset 2 Reset 3 Reset 4 Reset 5 Reset 6 Auto reset
F x1 3 4 /32.3 3 4 /41.2 3 4 /91.2 3 4 /93.2 3 4 /95.4 3 4 /98.0 17 18 /24.4
-24H4 13 14 /32.9 13 14 /41.3 13 14 /91.3 13 14 /93.3 13 14 /95.5 13 14 /98.9
x2 23 24 /39.2 23 24 /41.4 23 24 /91.4 23 24 /93.4 23 24 /96.0 23 24 /38.2
33 34 /39.3 33 34 /41.5 33 34 /91.5 33 34 /93.5 33 34 /96.9 33 34
43 44 /39.9 43 44 /41.6 43 44 /92.0 43 44 /94.0 43 44 /97.0 43 44
53 54 /40.2 53 54 /42.5 53 54 /92.9 53 54 /94.9 53 54 /97.2
63 64 /40.3 63 64 /50.4 63 64 /40.8 63 64 /95.0 63 64 /97.3
21.4 /
Control voltage on
1 73 74 /40.3 73 74 /50.5 73 74 /40.9 73 74 /95.2 73 74 /97.4
83 84 /40.4 83 84 /91.0 83 84 /93.0 83 84 /95.3 83 84 /97.5
21.4 / N
G

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24.9 / L L / 32.0

Language UK
13 13 1 0 2

-30S1 0=OFF -30S3 0=OFF -30S5 0=OFF


1=ON 1=ON 1=AUTO
14 14 /89.8
B 2=MANUAL
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

13 16 18
-40K8 -89K7
C /40.8 14 /89.7 15

13 13 13
E -20Q4 -20Q6 -20Q8
/20.4 14 /20.6 14 /20.8 14

F A1 A1 A1
-30K1 -30K3 -30K5
230V A2 230V A2 230V A2
24.9 / N N / 32.0
FILLING PUMP CONTAINER VENTILATOR EMERGENCY COOLER FAN
1/L1 2/T1 /20.4 1/L1 2/T1 /20.6 1/L1 2/T1 /20.8
3/L2 4/T2 /20.4 3/L2 4/T2 /20.6 3/L2 4/T2 /20.8
5/L3 6/T3 /20.4 5/L3 6/T3 /20.6 5/L3 6/T3 /20.8
13 14 /200.1 13 14 /50.1 13 14 /89.2
21 22 21 22 21 22 /89.0
G 53 54 /99.1 33 34 /200.2 33 34 /200.2
63 64 43 44 /99.2 43 44 /99.3

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30.9 / L L / 38.0
-X32 1

-32B7
A -32W3
/32.3
21
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13
-32S3 P 33 43 42 41
PRESSURE 14 22
ALARM
FUEL OIL
5103
-32W3
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

/32.3
B
-X32 3 4 5 PE
-X32 2

-32W7

x1
YC
C -32B7
TEMP
TRANSMITTER x2
FUEL
5109

Pt100

3 3 3 13
E 32K3 24K3 32K9 24K3
/32.3 4 /24.3 4 /32.9 4 /24.3 14

F A1 A1
-32K3 -32K9
230V A2 230V A2
30.9 / N N / 38.0
FUEL OIL PRESSURE FULE OIL TEMPERATURE
LOW LOW HIGH HIGH
3 4 /32.3 3 4 /32.9
13 14 /201.7 13 14 /201.8
21 22 21 22
31 32 31 32
44 43 /50.1 43 44 /50.2
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32.9 / L L / 39.0
L

A
-X38 1
-38W1
/38.1

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-Container 2 -X100:1

B
13 13
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

Level alarm L 1T248 -38K1


14 /38.1 14

-X100:2

C -38W1
/38.1

-X38 2

3 23 -X842 5 -X842 7
E -38K1 -24K8 -38W6 -38W7
/38.1 /24.8 /38.6 /38.7
4 24

38Y6 38Y7
De-aerating De-aerating
valve 1T250 NC valve 1T251 NC
-38W6 -38W7
/38.6 /38.7

F A1 -X842 6 -X842 8
-38K1
230V A2
32.9 / N N / 39.0
DEARATING DEARATING LINE VALVE DEARATING LINE VALVE
LEVEL ALARM L
3 4 /38.1
13 14 /38.6
21 22
31 32
43 44 /202.4
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38.9 / L L / 40.0
-X39 1 -X39 3
A -39W1 -39W2
/39.1 /39.2 -39B7

21

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31 PR4131
11 13
-39S1 P -39S2 P
Air pressure 12 Air pressure 14
Switch Switch
H L 33 43 42 41
1T179 1T179 22
-39W1 -39W2
/39.1 /39.2
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

B
-X39 2 -X39 4
-X39 5 6 7 PE

-39W7
TEMP
TRANSMITTER
EXP TK
1T169

x1
C
-39B8
TEMP
TRANSMITTER x2
EXP TK
1T169

Pt100

3 23 3 33
E 39K1 24K3 39K2 24K3 3 43
/39.1 4 /24.3 24 /39.2 4 /24.3 34 39K9 24K3
/39.9 4 /24.3 44

F A1 A1 A1
39K1 39K2 -39K9
230V A2 230V A2 230V A2
38.9 / N N / 40.0
Air pressure Air pressure TEMP TRANSMITTER
Switch H Switch L EXP. TK. HIGH
3 4 /39.1 3 4 /39.2 3 4 /39.9
13 14 /202.2 13 14 /202.3 13 14 /202.1
21 22 21 22 21 22
31 32 31 32 31 32
43 44 43 44 43 44
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39.9 / L L / 41.0
-X40 1 -X40 3 -X40 5 -X40 7 -X40 9 -X40 11
A -40W1 -40W2 -40W3 -40W4 -40W8 -40W9
/40.1 /40.2 /40.3 /40.4 /40.8 /40.9

13 11 13 32 13 11
-40S1 40S2 -40S3 2004S7 -40S3 -40S9
Level alarm LL 14 Level alarm H 12 Level Alarm L 14 Quick Open Level Low 14 Level High 12
31
- 1T143 - 1T152 - 1T162 Switch Drain Tank Drain Tank
1T135 - 1T531 - 1T535

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-40W1 -40W2 -40W3 -40W4 -40W8 -40W9
/40.1 /40.2 /40.3 /40.4 /40.8 /40.9

B
-X40 2 -X40 4 -X40 6 -X40 8 -X40 10 -X40 12
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

3 53 3 63 3 73 3 83 3 63 3 73
E 40K1 24K3 40K2 24K3 40K3 24K3 40K4 24K3 -40K8 -24K5 -40K9 -24K5
/40.1 4 /24.3 54 /40.2 4 /24.3 64 /40.3 4 /24.3 74 /40.4 4 /24.3 84 /40.8 4 /24.5 64 /40.9 4 /24.5 74

F A1 A1 A1 A1 A1 A1
40K1 40K2 40K3 -40K4 -40K8 -40K9
230V A2 230V A2 230V A2 230V A2 230V A2 230V A2
39.9 / N N / 41.0
LEVEL ALARM LL LEVEL ALARM HH LEVEL ALARM L QUICK OPEN LEVEL LOW LEVEL HIGH
SWITCH DRAIN TANK DRAIN TANK
3 4 /40.1 3 4 /40.2 3 4 /40.3 3 4 /40.4 3 4 /40.8 3 4 /40.9
13 14 /50.1 13 14 13 14 /202.2 13 14 13 14 /30.1 13 14
21 22 21 22 21 22 21 22 21 22 21 22
31 32 31 32 31 32 31 32 31 32 31 32
43 44 /201.6 43 44 /201.5 43 44 43 44 /201.6 43 44 /202.3 43 44 /202.4
G 53 54 /100.1
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40.9 / L L / 42.0
-X41 1 -X41 3 -X41 5 -X41 7 -X41 9
A -41W1 -41W2 -41W3 -41W4 -41W6
/41.1 /41.2 /41.3 /41.4 /41.5

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31 11 11 13 13
-41S1 -41S2 -41S3 -41S4 P -2002S4
Weishaupt Temperature Temperature PRESSURE 14 Leakage Alarm 14
32 12 12
Burner alarm Supply alarm EXH ALARM - 1T35
1T24 1T32 1T46

-41W1 -41W2 -41W3 -41W4 -41W6


/41.1 /41.2 /41.3 /41.4 /41.5
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

B
-X41 2 -X41 4 -X41 6 -X41 8 -X41 10

3 3 3 13 3 23 3 33 3 43
E 41K1 24K4 41K2 24K4 41K3 24K4 41K4 24K4 41K5 24K4
/41.1 4 /24.4 4 /41.2 4 /24.4 14 /41.3 4 /24.4 24 /41.4 4 /24.4 34 /41.5 4 /24.4 44

F A1 A1 A1 A1 A1
41K1 41K2 41K3 -41K4 -41K5
230V A2 230V A2 230V A2 230V A2 230V A2
40.9 / N N / 42.0
BURNER FLANGE OPEN TEMPERATURE FLUE GAS TEMP. PRESSURE LEAKAGE ALARM
HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH
3 4 /41.1 3 4 /41.2 3 4 /41.3 3 4 /41.4 3 4 /41.5
13 14 /50.0 14 13 /50.0 13 14 /50.0 14 13 /50.0 13 14 /50.0
21 22 21 22 21 22 21 22 21 22
31 32 31 32 31 32 31 32 31 32
43 44 /201.1 43 44 /201.2 43 44 /201.2 43 44 /201.3 43 44 /201.4
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L
41.9 / L L / 50.0

-60B0 1 3
A /60.0
-X42
-42W3
/42.3
87
Xk4 -42K1
/42.1 88
60 61 59
FLOW ALARM
- 1T34
142S7 P P

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-42W3
/42.3
B
-X42 2 4 5
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

3 53
-42K4 -24K4
/42.4 4 /24.4 54
E

A1 A1
F -42K1 -42K4
230V A2 230V A2

N
41.9 / N N / 50.0
LOW FLOW FLOW
OVERRIDE LOW LOW
3 4 /60.6 3 4 /42.4
13 14 /200.4 14 13 /60.9
21 22 /60.5 21 22
31 32 31 32
43 44 /200.3 44 43 /50.1
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10 /60.7 53 54 /201.3
63 64
87 88 /42.5

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42.9 / L L / 60.0

A -X50 1
60B14
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BURNER
41K1 32K9 50S3
/41.1 14 /32.9 44
SUPPLY ZERO TROUBLE RESET FLAME SENSOR
BURNER FLANGE FUEL OIL TEMP.
OPEN HIGH HIGH
1 2 3 21 6 22 24
-X50 2
13
YD
30K3
/30.3
104X03_2381#A.2

14 3 4
CONTROL PANEL

-X50 -X50
CONTAINER VENTILATOR Remote emergency stop
B
To be located
14
as close as possible 73
to the burner
41K2 24K4
/41.2 13 /24.4 74
T.F TEMP.
HIGH HIGH

44
-50W8
32K3 Flame scanner
/32.3 43 Seperate
FUEL OIL PRESSURE screened cable
C LOW LOW

13
41K3
/41.3 14
FLUEGAS TEMP.
HIGH HIGH
50B8
Flame scanner
14 13 cable must be a
21
seperate and
D 41K4 -40K1
/41.4 13 /40.1 14
screened cable
50K5
T.F PRESSURE LEVEL EXP. TANK
/50.5 22
HIGH HIGH LOW LOW

13 44
E -41K5 -42K4
/41.5 14 /42.4 43
LEAKAGE ALARM T.F FLOW
LOW LOW 3 63
50K3 24K4
/50.3 4 /24.4 64
13
-20Q2
/20.2 14

F A1 A1 3 sec. A1
-50K3 -50K5 -50K6
230V A2 230V A2 230V A2
42.9 / N N / 60.0
SAFETY CIRCUIT BURNER TROUBLE BURNER MOTOR

3 4 /50.3 3 4 1/L1 2/T1 /20.2


14 13 /60.9 13 14 3/L2 4/T2 /20.2
21 22 21 22 /50.3 5/L3 6/T3 /20.2
31 32 31 32 13 14 /60.7
43 44 /200.3 43 44 /201.4 21 22
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50.9 / L L / 70.0

-60B0 Controller Type: 93W00200 Xk3=UNUSED Xk1=BURNER OFF/ON Xk2= SERVO MOTOR -60B6
/42.1 27 Range: 0-400 °C /70.0 Burner Relay LOK16
CLOSE/OPEN

RELEASE LOAD AIR PRESSURE ON/OFF CONTROL


Xk3 Xk1 Xk2 CONTROL CHECK BURNER
28 1 2 3 4 5 6 29 20 14 12 4 5

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57 58 56 51 52 50 54 55 53

B
31
13
104X03_2381#A.2

70K2
CONTROL PANEL

50K6 14
/70.2 32
1 2 3 4 5 6 /50.6 14
-X60 -50K3
/50.3 13

21 3 7-9-11
-42K1 42K1 / 60S5
/42.1 22 /42.1 4 0 10 12
14
C E / 70.0 -42K4
/42.4 13

F / 70.0
-60W1 -60W2

D 4 6
-60S5 60S10 /
x1 x1 Burner

-60B1 -60B2
TEMP TEMP 1-3-5
TRANS. x2 TRANS. x2
SUPPLY RETURN
1T21 1T20
0 = OFF
1 = PARTIAL LOAD
2 = AUTOMATIC
E

50.9 / N N / 70.0

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60.9 / L L / 89.0

-60B6
/60.6 Burner relay LOK16
A
Servomotor Feedback Servomotor Servomotor Ignition
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60.7 / E
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

B 60.7 / F

-70W2 -X70 3 4 -X70 5 6 -X70 7 8


-X70 2
/70.1
Burner Control
C

17 11 14 12 19 20 3 1
2 6 5 3 4 10 11 12

8
Y5

7
D
III IV II
6

Y12 I = LIMIT SWITCH OPEN Y6


M II = LIMIT SWITCH CLOSED T6
1~ III = LIMIT SWITCH IGNITIION POSITION
VII = LIMIT SWITCH PARTIAL LOAD
Weishaupt Burner L N
21
N N N
-70K2
/70.2 22
E -70W2
/70.1
Burner Control

-X70 9 -X70 10
-X70 1

x1 x1

-70V1 -70V5
F Hour counter h A1 A1 Hour counter h
x2 70K1 70K2 x2
230V A2 230V A2
60.9 / N N / 89.0
BURNER IN BURNER IN
PARTH LOAD FULL LOAD
3 4 /200.4 3 4 /200.5
13 14 /200.4 13 14
21 22 21 22 /70.1
31 32 31 32 /60.7
43 44 /99.4 43 44 /99.4
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A 70.9 / L L / 91.0

89B1
CONTROLLER: 93W01701

Xk1 Xk2 Xk3

27 1 2 3 4 5 6 28 29

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B
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

21 13 X89 4 5 6 7 8 9
89K8 -89K8
/89.8 22 /89.8 14
16 18
-89K9
-89W4 /89.9 15

21 13
C -30K5 -30K5
/30.5 22 /30.5 14

x1 1 0 2

-89B4 -30S5
TEMP /30.5
TRANSMITTER x2
EMG COOL
1U659

D
-X89 1 2

-89W2
/89.2

-89M2
Motor M 3
Valve 1~
E -89K8
1U658 /89.8 4

-89W2
/89.2

F 3 A1 B1 A1 A1
-X89
-89K7 -89K8 -89K9
10 min A2 230V A2 24 hrs - 1 min A2
N N N
70.9 / N N / 91.0
MOTOR VALVE TEMPERATURE EMC. AFTER RUNNING FAN OF FOR
COOLER DELAY 24 hrs THEN START
18 15 /30.5 3 4 /89.7 18
15 /89.9
16 13 14 /89.2 16
21 22 /89.0
31 32
43 44
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L L L
89.9 / L L / 92.0

X91 1 X91 3 X91 5 X91 7 X91 9


-91W0 -91W1 -91W2 -91W3 -91W4 91B12 CONTROLLER: 93W01 200
A
/91.0 /91.1 /91.2 /91.3 /91.4 Range 0-400 C

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13
11 11
Xk1 Xk2
13 13 -2011S0 P 27 1 2 3 4 5 6 28 29
AIR PRESSURE 14 51 52 50 54 55 53
91S0 dP 91S1 91S2 -2011S9
ALARM
ECO FLOW 14 Exh GasTemp Exh GasTemp ECO Level alarm 14
12 12 1U54
LL ALARM alarm HH alarm H - 1U35 L
- 1U32 1U31 1U30
-91W0 -91W1 -91W2 -91W3 -91W4 13 X91 15 16 17 X91 18 19 20
/91.0 /91.1 /91.2 /91.3 /91.4 -91W8
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

-91K0
/91.0 14
/91.7 -91W9
B
X91 2 X91 4 X91 6 X91 8 X91 10
13
-91K1
/91.1 14

13
-91K2
/91.2 14
x1 x1

C 13 91B8 91B19
TEMP TEMP
-91K3 x2 x2
TRANS TRANS
/91.3 14 ECO ECO
SUPPLY RETURN
1U23 1U22
13
-91K4 PT100 PT100
/91.4 14

D 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3
91S13
by-pass valve
0 = BY-PASS VALVE OPEN
X91 11 X91 13 1 = BY-PASS VALVE AUTOMATIC
2 = BY-PASS VALVE 1/2 OPEN
3 83 3 3 3 13 3 23 3 33
3 = BY-PASS VALVE CLOSED
-91K0 -24K4 -91K1 -24K5 -91K2 -24K5 -91K3 -24K5 -91K4 -24K5
/91.0 4 /24.4 84 /91.1 4 /24.5 4 /91.2 4 /24.5 14 /91.3 4 /24.5 24 /91.4 4 /24.5 34
-91W6
/91.6 -91W7
=ECONOMISER

E x1 x1
91Y6 91Y7
Air x2 Air x2
damper damper
valve1 valve2
1U9 1U9

-91W6 -91W8
/91.6 /91.7
A1 A1 A1 A1 A1
F 91K0 91K1 91K2 91K3 91K4
230V A2 230V A2 230V A2 230V A2 230V A2 X91 12 X91 14

N N N N N N N N N N N
89.9 / N N / 92.0
T.F FLOW T.F TEMPERATURE EXHAUST GAS TEMP. ECO LEVEL ALARM AIR PRESSURE CYLINDER
ECOMONISER ECONOMISER ECONOMISER LOW
LOW LOW HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH
3 4 /91.0 3 4 /91.1 3 4 /91.2
3 4 /91.3 3 4 /91.4
13 14 /91.5 13 14 /91.5 13 14 /91.5
13 14 /91.5 13 14 /91.5
21 22 21 22 21 22
G 31 32 31 32 21 22 21 22
31 32
43 44 43 44 31 32 31 32

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L
91.9 / L L / 93.0

-X92 1 6 8
-92B7
A -92W0 -92W2 -92W3
/92.0 /92.2 /92.3
21
31 PR4131
11

-92S0 11 11
Temp
12 -92S2 -92S3
ECO 33 43 42 41
Cam switch 1 12 Cam switch 2 12 22
Supply
Eco Damper Eco Damper
alarm
1U24

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-92W0 -92W2 -92W3
/92.0 /92.2 /92.3
B
-X92 2 7 9 -X92 3 4 5 PE
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

-92W7

x1

C -32B7
TEMP
TRANS x2
ECO EXH GAS
1U52

Pt100

3 43 3 53
-92K0 -24K5 -92K9 -24K5
/92.0 4 /24.5 44 /92.9 4 /24.5 54

A1 A1 A1
F -92K0 -92K2 -92K3 A1
230V A2 230V A2 230V A2 -92K9
230V A2
N N N N
91.9 / N N / 93.0
TEMP. ECO SUPPLY CAM SWITCH 1 CAM SWITCH 2 TEMP.TRANS
ALARM ECO DAMPER ECO DAMPER ECO EXH GAS
3 4 /92.0 3 4 /200.5 3 4 /200.6 3 4 /92.9
13 14 13 14 13 14 13 14
21 22 21 22 21 22 21 22
31 32 31 32 31 32 31 32
43 44 43 44 43 44 43 44
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L L L
92.9 / L L / 94.0

-93X0 19 1 3 5 7
-93W0 -93W1 -93W2 -93W3 -93W4 -93B5 CONTROLLER: 93W01 200
A
/93.0 /93.1 /93.2 /93.3 /93.4 Range 0-400 C

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13
11 11
Xk1 Xk2
13 13 -2011S0 P 27 1 2 3 4 5 6 28 29
AIR PRESSURE 14 51 52 50 54 55 53
91S0 dP 91S1 91S2 -2011S9
ALARM
ECO FLOW 14 Exh GasTemp Exh GasTemp ECO Level alarm 14
12 12 1U54
LL ALARM alarm HH alarm H - 1U35 L
- 1U32 1U31 1U30
-93W0 -93W1 -93W2 -93W3 -93W4 13 -93X0 13 14 15 16 17 18
/93.0 /93.1 /93.2 /93.3 /93.4 -93W7.1
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

-93K0
/93.0 14
/93.7 -93W8
B
-93X0 20 2 4 6 8
13
-93K1
/93.1 14

13
-93K2
/93.2 14
x1 x1

C 13 91B8 91B19
TEMP TEMP
-93K3 x2 x2
TRANS TRANS
/93.3 14 ECO ECO
SUPPLY RETURN
1U23 1U22
13
-93K4 PT100 PT100
/93.4 14

D 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3
-93S6
by-pass valve
0 = BY-PASS VALVE OPEN
-93X0 9 11 1 = BY-PASS VALVE AUTOMATIC
2 = BY-PASS VALVE 1/2 OPEN
3 83 3 3 3 13 3 23 3 33
3 = BY-PASS VALVE CLOSED
-93K0 -24K5 -93K1 -24K6 -93K2 -24K6 -93K3 -24K6 -93K4 -24K6
/93.0 4 /24.5 84 /93.1 4 /24.6 4 /93.2 4 /24.6 14 /93.3 4 /24.6 24 /93.4 4 /24.6 34
-93W6
/93.6 -93W7
=ECONOMISER

E x1 x1
91Y6 91Y7
Air x2 Air x2
damper damper
valve1 valve2
1U9 1U9

-93W6 -93W7.1
/93.6 /93.7
A1 A1 A1 A1 A1
F -93K0 -93K1 -93K2 -93K3 -93K4
230V A2 230V A2 230V A2 230V A2 230V A2 -93X0 10 12

N N N N N N N N N N N
92.9 / N N / 94.0
T.F FLOW T.F TEMPERATURE EXHAUST GAS TEMP. ECO LEVEL ALARM AIR PRESSURE CYLINDER
ECOMONISER ECONOMISER ECONOMISER LOW
LOW LOW HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH
3 4 /93.0 3 4 /93.1 3 4 /93.2
3 4 /93.3 3 4 /93.4
13 14 /93.5 13 14 /93.5 13 14 /93.5
13 14 /93.5 13 14 /93.5
21 22 21 22 21 22
G 31 32 31 32 21 22 21 22
31 32
43 44 43 44 31 32 31 32

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43 44
43 44 43 44

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0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

L
93.9 / L L / 95.0

-94X0 4 6 8
-94B7
A -94W0 -94W2 -94W3
/94.0 /94.2 /94.3
21
31 PR4131
11

-92S0 11 11
Temp
12 -94S2 -94S3
ECO 33 43 42 41
Cam switch 1 12 Cam switch 2 12 22
Supply
Eco Damper Eco Damper
alarm
1U24

Language UK
-94W0 -94W2 -94W3
/94.0 /94.2 /94.3
B
-94X0 5 7 9 1 2 3 PE
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

-94W7

x1

C -32B7
TEMP
TRANS x2
ECO EXH GAS
1U52

Pt100

3 43 3 53
-94K0 -24K6 -94K9 -24K6
/94.0 4 /24.6 44 /94.9 4 /24.6 54

A1 A1 A1
F -94K0 -94K2 -94K3 A1
230V A2 230V A2 230V A2 -94K9
230V A2
N N N N
93.9 / N N / 95.0
TEMP. ECO SUPPLY CAM SWITCH 1 CAM SWITCH 2 TEMP.TRANS
ALARM ECO DAMPER ECO DAMPER ECO EXH GAS
3 4 /94.0 3 4 /200.6 3 4 /200.7 3 4 /94.9
13 14 13 14 13 14 13 14
21 22 21 22 21 22 21 22
31 32 31 32 31 32 31 32
43 44 43 44 43 44 43 44
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0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

L L L
94.9 / L L / 96.0

-95X0 19 1 3 5 7
-95W0 -95W1 -95W2 -95W3 -95W4 -95B5 CONTROLLER: 93W01 200
A
/95.0 /95.1 /95.2 /95.3 /95.4 Range 0-400 C

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13
11 11
Xk1 Xk2
13 13 -2011S0 P 27 1 2 3 4 5 6 28 29
AIR PRESSURE 14 51 52 50 54 55 53
91S0 dP 91S1 91S2 -2011S9
ALARM
ECO FLOW 14 Exh GasTemp Exh GasTemp ECO Level alarm 14
12 12 1U54
LL ALARM alarm HH alarm H - 1U35 L
- 1U32 1U31 1U30
-95W0 -95W1 -95W2 -95W3 -95W4 13 -95X0 13 14 15 16 17 18
/95.0 /95.1 /95.2 /95.3 /95.4 -95W7.1
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

-95K0
/95.0 14
/95.7 -95W8
B
-95X0 20 2 4 6 8
13
-95K1
/95.1 14

13
-95K2
/95.2 14
x1 x1

C 13 91B8 91B19
TEMP TEMP
-95K3 x2 x2
TRANS TRANS
/95.3 14 ECO ECO
SUPPLY RETURN
1U23 1U22
13
-95K4 PT100 PT100
/95.4 14

D 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3
-95S6
by-pass valve
0 = BY-PASS VALVE OPEN
-95X0 9 11 1 = BY-PASS VALVE AUTOMATIC
2 = BY-PASS VALVE 1/2 OPEN
3 63 3 73 3 83 3 3 3 13
3 = BY-PASS VALVE CLOSED
-95K0 -24K6 -95K1 -24K6 -95K2 -24K6 -95K3 -24K7 -95K4 -24K7
/95.0 4 /24.6 64 /95.1 4 /24.6 74 /95.2 4 /24.6 84 /95.3 4 /24.7 4 /95.4 4 /24.7 14
-95W6
/95.6 -95W7
=ECONOMISER

E x1 x1
91Y6 91Y7
Air x2 Air x2
damper damper
valve1 valve2
1U9 1U9

-95W6 -95W7.1
/95.6 /95.7
A1 A1 A1 A1 A1
F -95K0 -95K1 -95K2 -95K3 -95K4
230V A2 230V A2 230V A2 230V A2 230V A2 -95X0 10 12

N N N N N N N N N N N
94.9 / N N / 96.0
T.F FLOW T.F TEMPERATURE EXHAUST GAS TEMP. ECO LEVEL ALARM AIR PRESSURE CYLINDER
ECOMONISER ECONOMISER ECONOMISER LOW
LOW LOW HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH
3 4 /95.0 3 4 /95.1 3 4 /95.2
3 4 /95.3 3 4 /95.4
13 14 /95.5 13 14 /95.5 13 14 /95.5
13 14 /95.5 13 14 /95.5
21 22 21 22 21 22
G 31 32 31 32 21 22 21 22
31 32
43 44 43 44 31 32 31 32

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43 44
43 44 43 44

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L
95.9 / L L / 97.0

-96X0 4 6 8
-96B7
A -96W0 -96W2 -96W3
/96.0 /96.2 /96.3
21
31 PR4131
11

-92S0 11 11
Temp
12 -96S2 -96S3
ECO 33 43 42 41
Cam switch 1 12 Cam switch 2 12 22
Supply
Eco Damper Eco Damper
alarm
1U24

Language UK
-96W0 -96W2 -96W3
/96.0 /96.2 /96.3
B
-96X0 5 7 9 1 2 3 PE
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

-96W7

x1

C -32B7
TEMP
TRANS x2
ECO EXH GAS
1U52

Pt100

3 23 3 33
-96K0 -24K7 -96K9 -24K7
/96.0 4 /24.7 24 /96.9 4 /24.7 34

A1 A1 A1
F -96K0 -96K2 -96K3 A1
230V A2 230V A2 230V A2 -96K9
230V A2
N N N N
95.9 / N N / 97.0
TEMP. ECO SUPPLY CAM SWITCH 1 CAM SWITCH 2 TEMP.TRANS
ALARM ECO DAMPER ECO DAMPER ECO EXH GAS
3 4 /96.0 3 4 /200.7 3 4 /200.8 3 4 /96.9
13 14 13 14 13 14 13 14
21 22 21 22 21 22 21 22
31 32 31 32 31 32 31 32
43 44 43 44 43 44 43 44
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L L L
96.9 / L L / 98.0

-97X0 19 1 3 5 7
-97W0 -97W1 -97W2 -97W3 -97W4 -97B5 CONTROLLER: 93W01 200
A
/97.0 /97.1 /97.2 /97.3 /97.4 Range 0-400 C

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13
11 11
Xk1 Xk2
13 13 -2011S0 P 27 1 2 3 4 5 6 28 29
AIR PRESSURE 14 51 52 50 54 55 53
91S0 dP 91S1 91S2 -2011S9
ALARM
ECO FLOW 14 Exh GasTemp Exh GasTemp ECO Level alarm 14
12 12 1U54
LL ALARM alarm HH alarm H - 1U35 L
- 1U32 1U31 1U30
-97W0 -97W1 -97W2 -97W3 -97W4 13 -97X0 13 14 15 16 17 18
/97.0 /97.1 /97.2 /97.3 /97.4 -97W7.1
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

-97K0
/97.0 14
/97.7 -97W8
B
-97X0 20 2 4 6 8
13
-97K1
/97.1 14

13
-97K2
/97.2 14
x1 x1

C 13 91B8 91B19
TEMP TEMP
-97K3 x2 x2
TRANS TRANS
/97.3 14 ECO ECO
SUPPLY RETURN
1U23 1U22
13
-97K4 PT100 PT100
/97.4 14

D 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3
-97S6
by-pass valve
0 = BY-PASS VALVE OPEN
-97X0 9 11 1 = BY-PASS VALVE AUTOMATIC
2 = BY-PASS VALVE 1/2 OPEN
3 43 3 53 3 63 3 73 3 83
3 = BY-PASS VALVE CLOSED
-97K0 -24K7 -97K1 -24K7 -97K2 -24K7 -97K3 -24K7 -97K4 -24K7
/97.0 4 /24.7 44 /97.1 4 /24.7 54 /97.2 4 /24.7 64 /97.3 4 /24.7 74 /97.4 4 /24.7 84
-97W6
/97.6 -97W7
=ECONOMISER

E x1 x1
91Y6 91Y7
Air x2 Air x2
damper damper
valve1 valve2
1U9 1U9

-97W6 -97W7.1
/97.6 /97.7
A1 A1 A1 A1 A1
F -97K0 -97K1 -97K2 -97K3 -97K4
230V A2 230V A2 230V A2 230V A2 230V A2 -97X0 10 12

N N N N N N N N N N N
96.9 / N N / 98.0
T.F FLOW T.F TEMPERATURE EXHAUST GAS TEMP. ECO LEVEL ALARM AIR PRESSURE CYLINDER
ECOMONISER ECONOMISER ECONOMISER LOW
LOW LOW HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH
3 4 /97.0 3 4 /97.1 3 4 /97.2
3 4 /97.3 3 4 /97.4
13 14 /97.5 13 14 /97.5 13 14 /97.5
13 14 /97.5 13 14 /97.5
21 22 21 22 21 22
G 31 32 31 32 21 22 21 22
31 32
43 44 43 44 31 32 31 32

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43 44
43 44 43 44

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L
97.9 / L L / 200.0

-98X0 4 6 8
-98B7
A -98W0 -98W2 -98W3
/98.0 /98.2 /98.3
21
31 PR4131
11

-92S0 11 11
Temp
12 -98S2 -98S3
ECO 33 43 42 41
Cam switch 1 12 Cam switch 2 12 22
Supply
Eco Damper Eco Damper
alarm
1U24

Language UK
-98W0 -98W2 -98W3
/98.0 /98.2 /98.3
B
-98X0 5 7 9 1 2 3 PE
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

-98W7

x1

C -32B7
TEMP
TRANS x2
ECO EXH GAS
1U52

Pt100

3 3 3 13
-98K0 -24K8 -98K9 -24K8
/98.0 4 /24.8 4 /98.9 4 /24.8 14

A1 A1 A1
F -98K0 -98K2 -98K3 A1
230V A2 230V A2 230V A2 -98K9
230V A2
N N N N
97.9 / N N / 200.0
TEMP. ECO SUPPLY CAM SWITCH 1 CAM SWITCH 2 TEMP.TRANS
ALARM ECO DAMPER ECO DAMPER ECO EXH GAS
3 4 /98.0 3 4 /200.8 3 4 /200.9 3 4 /98.9
13 14 13 14 13 14 13 14
21 22 21 22 21 22 21 22
31 32 31 32 31 32 31 32
43 44 43 44 43 44 43 44
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53 43 43 43 43 13
30K1 -30K3 -30K5 -70K1 -70K2 20Q0
/30.1 54 /30.3 44 /30.5 44 /70.1 44 /70.2 44 /20.0 14
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

B
-99X1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

-99W1

C
-IAS
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

FILLING PUMP CONTAINER VENTILATOR EMERGENCY COOLER FAN BURNER IN OPERATION POWER ON

Language UK
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53
-40K1
/40.1 54

Language UK
B
-X100 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

-100W0

C
-Contaner 2
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

EXSPANSION TANK SPARE SPARE SPARE SPARE


LEVEL ALARM LL

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0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

L
98.9 / L L / 201.0

A 13
-70K1
/70.1 14

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13 33 33 43 43 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
-30K1 -30K3 -30K5 -42K1 -50K3 -70K1 -70K2 92K2 92K3 94K2 94K3 96K2 96K3 98K2 98K3
/30.1 14 /30.3 34 /30.5 34 /42.1 44 /50.3 44 /70.1 4 /70.2 4 /92.2 4 /92.3 4 /94.2 4 /94.3 4 /96.2 4 /96.3 4 /98.2 4 /98.3 4

13
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

-42K1
/42.1 14
B

-200B1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 27

x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1
gn gn gn gn gn gn gn gn gn gn gn gn gn gn gn gn
C x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2

T3A T3
Module type: 821A21gg 28 29

1T1 / 201.0

1T2 / 201.0
D
1T3 / 201.0

3 63 3
-200S1 -24k5 -200S2
4 64 4

ACCEPT RESET LED


E ALARM ALARM TEST

98.9 / N N / 201.0

Language UK
ECO 1 DAMPER
ECO 1 DAMPER
ECO 2 DAMPER
ECO 2 DAMPER
ECO 3 DAMPER
ECO 3 DAMPER
ECO 4 DAMPER
ECO 4 DAMPER

FILLING PUMP
IN OPERATION
CONTAINER VENTILATOR
IN OPERATION
EMERGENCY COOLER FAN
IN OPERATION
LOW FLOW
OVERRIDE
BURNER CONDITIONS
CORRECT
BURNER IN FORCED
PARTIAL LOAD
BURNER IN
PARTIAL LOAD
BURNER IN
FULL LOAD
CAM SWITCH 1
CAM SWITCH 2
CAM SWITCH 1
CAM SWITCH 2
CAM SWITCH 1
CAM SWITCH 2
CAM SWITCH 1
CAM SWITCH 2

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L
200.9 / L L / 202.0

43 43 43 53 43 43 43 43 43 43 13 13
-41K1 -41K2 -41K3 -42K4 -41K4 -50K5 -41K5 -40K2 -40K1 -40K4 -32K3 -32K9
/41.1 44 /41.2 44 /41.3 44 /42.4 54 /41.4 44 /50.5 44 /41.5 44 /40.2 44 /40.1 44 /40.4 44 /32.3 14 /32.9 14

Language UK
B
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

201B0
27 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 N1 N2

x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1
rd rd rd rd rd rd rd rd rd rd rd rd rd rd rd rd
C x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2
28 26
Module type: 821A21rr
OUT 1 OUT 2 OUT 3 OUT 4 OUT 5

T1 T2 T3 28 29
51 52 50 54 55 53 57 58 56 60 61 59 63 64 62

200.3 / 1T1 1T1 / 202.0


D
200.3 / 1T2 1T2 / 202.0

200.3 / 1T3 1T3 / 202.0 -X202 1 2 X202 3 4 X202 5 6 X202 7 8

COMMON ALARM
OILFIRED HEATER 1
COMMON ALARM
EXPANSION TANK
COMMON ALARM
FUEL OIL
COMMON ALARM
OUTPUT

200.9 / N N / 202.0

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BURNER FLANGE
OPEN
THERMAL FLUID TEMPERATURE
HIGH HIGH
FLUE GAS TEMPERATURE
HIGH HIGH
THERMAL FLUID FLOW
LOW LOW
THERMAL FLUID PRESSURE
HIGH HIGH
BURNER TROUBLE
LEAKAGE
OILFIRED HEATER
SPARE
LEVEL EXPANSION TANK
HIGH HIGH
LEVEL EXPANSION TANK
LOW LOW
QUICK EMPTYING VALVE
OPEN
SPARE
FUEL OIL PRESSURE
LOW LOW
SPARE
FUEL OIL TEMPERATURE
HIGH HIGH
SPARE

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L L
201.9 / L L/

13 13 13 13 43 43 43
A -39K9 -40K3 -39K1 -39K2 -40K8 -40K9 -38K1
/39.9 14 /40.3 14 /39.1 14 /39.2 14 /40.8 44 /40.9 44 /38.1 44

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CONTROL PANEL

-202B0
27 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 N1 N2

103B2 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1
ye ye ye ye ye ye ye ye
C x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2
28 26
Module type: 821A21y
OUT 1 OUT 2

T1 T2 T3 28 29
51 52 50 54 55 53

-202X4 1 2 3 4
201.3 / 1T1
COMMON PRE-ALARM COMMON PRE-ALARM
D
EXPANSION TANK
201.3 / 1T2

201.3 / 1T3

N N
201.9 / N N/

Language UK
EXPANSION TANK
TEMPERATURE HIGH
LEVEL EXPANSION TANK
LOW
AIR PRESSURE
SWITCH HIGH
AIR PRESSURE
SWITCH LOW
LEVEL LOW
DRAIN TANK
LEVEL HIGH
DRAIN TANK
LEVEL LOW
DEARATING
SPARE

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PANEL WEIGHT: 200KG (+/-15%)


Control Panel Colour: RAL 7035 CONTAINER 2 CONTROL PANEL
IP CLASS: 54
A

Language UK
B 260 mm
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

200B1 201B0
C

K1

K2

K3

K4

90B1

30S1 30S3 30S8 32S1 32S3 32S8

950 mm
1000 mm
200S2 200S1 24S3 30S1 30S3 30S5

24H4

E
20Q0 24S0.1
e r g enc
m

E
S t op

400 mm 1400 mm

AIRCON UNIT
F

Cable connections in the bottom


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L1 / 21.0

A L2 / 21.0

L3 / 21.0

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104X03_2381#A.2

1 3 5 13 21 1 3 5 13 21 1 3 5 13 21 1 3 5 13 21
CONTROL PANEL

B -20Q2 -20Q4 -20Q6 -20Q8


14 22 14 22 14 22 14 22

I> I> I> I> I> I> I> I> I> I> I> I>

/30.1
/30.3
/32.1
/32.3

2 4 6 2 4 6 2 4 6 2 4 6

1 3 5 1/L1 3/L2 5/L3 1/L1 3/L2 5/L3 1/L1 3/L2 5/L3 1/L1 3/L2 5/L3
C -20Q0 -30K1 -30K3 -32K1 -32K3
2 4 6 /30.1 2/T1 4/T2 6/T3 /30.3 2/T1 4/T2 6/T3 /32.1 2/T1 4/T2 6/T3 /32.3 2/T1 4/T2 6/T3

E -20X0 1 2 3 4 5 6 PE 8 9 10 PE 11 12 13 PE 14 15 16 PE

-20W0 -20W2 -20W4 -20W6 -20W8

-U3 U1 V1 W1 PE U1 V1 W1 PE U1 V1 W1 PE U1 V1 W1 PE
F
M M M M
POWER SUPPLY -20M2 -20M4 -20M6 -20M8
WHRU PUMP 1 3 WHRU PUMP 2 3 WHRU PUMP 3 3 WHRU PUMP 4 3
3 X 400VAC, 50 Hz U: 400 V U: 400 V U: 400 V U: 400 V
Max: XX kW P: 45 kW P: 45 kW P: 45 kW P: 45 kW
In: XXA In: XXA In: XXA In: XXA

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20.9 / L1

A 20.9 / L2

20.9 / L3

Language UK
1 3 5 13 21 1 3 5 13 21
B -21Q2 -21Q4
1 3 5
14 22 14 22
104X03_2381#A.2

1 3 5
CONTROL PANEL

I> I> I> I> I> I> -21Q9

/30.8
/32.8
2 4 6 2 4 6 -21Q5 I> I> I>
I> I> I>
2 4 6
2 4 6

1/L1 3/L2 5/L3 1/L1 3/L2 5/L3


C -30K8 -32K8 1 2
/30.8 2/T1 4/T2 6/T3 /32.8 2/T1 4/T2 6/T3
-21T5

3 4

1 3
-21F5
2 4

1 / 24.0
E 4 5 6 PE 10 11 12 PE
N / 24.0
-21W2 -21W3

U1 V1 W1 PE U1 V1 W1 PE 1 2
F
M M M
-21M2 -21M4 -20M9
OFH PUMP 3 CONTAINER VENTILATOR 3 A/C Unit 1~
U: 400 V U: 400 V
P: 22 kW P: XXkW PE
1
In: XXA In: X,XX A
Ist: XXX A

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0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Purple Purple
L / 30.0

A 13 17
-24S3 -24K5
14 /24.5 18

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CONTROL PANEL

B
-X24 2
-24W0
/24.0

11 YD
-24S0.0
12
Remote emeregency stop
-24W0
/24.0

-X24 1
C

11
-24S0.1
12

A1 A1
24K3 -24K5
230V A2 A2
Leight blue Leight blue
N / 30.0
Reset 1 Auto reset
F x1 3 4 /40.4 17 18 /24.4
-24H4 13 14 /40.2
x2 23 24
33 34
43 44

21.8 /
Control voltage on
1

21.8 / N
G

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0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

24.9 / L L / 31.0

A 13
-40K1
/40.1 14
Expansion tank
21 13
Level alarm LL
-30K5 -30K5 13
/30.5 22 /30.5 14 0=OFF
-30S8
1=ON
14

Language UK
R / 32.0
B 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 2

-30S1 -30S3 -30S1 -30S3


104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

/30.5 /30.6 /30.1 /30.3


T.F. PUMP 1 T.F. PUMP 2 T.F. PUMP 1 T.F. PUMP 2

1 : NORMAL 1 : NORMAL
2 : OFF 2 : OFF
3 : STAND-BY 3 : STAND-BY

3 3
-30K5 -31K2
/30.5 4 /31.2 4

13
D -21Q2
21 21 /21.2 14
-30K3 -30K1
/30.3 22 /30.1 22

13 13 16 18
-20Q2 -20Q4 -30K6
/20.2 14 /20.4 14 /30.6 15

x1 x1

-30V0 A1 -30V2 A1 A1 A1 A1
h -30K1
h -30K3 -30K5 -30K6 -30K8
x2 230V A2 x2 230V A2 230V A2 A2 230V A2

F 24.9 / N N / 31.0
1/L1 2/T1 /20.2 1/L1 2/T1 /20.4 3 4 /30.5 1/L1 2/T1 /21.2
3/L2 4/T2 /20.2 3/L2 4/T2 /20.4 13 14 /30.3 3/L2 4/T2 /21.2
5/L3 6/T3 /20.2 5/L3 6/T3 /20.4 21 22 /30.1 5/L3 6/T3 /21.2
18 15 /30.5
13 14 /200.1 13 14 /200.2 31 32 13 14
16
43 44 /201.1 21 22
21 22 /30.3 21 22 /30.1

THERMAL FLUID THERMAL FLUID THERMAL FLUID PUMP 1+2


OFH PUMP
G PUMP 1 PUMP 2 STAND BY

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0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

30.9 / L L / 32.0

A -31B0

21

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31 PR4131

33 43 42 41
22
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

-X31 1 2 3

-31W1
D

+ -
-31B1
WHRU pump 1+2
St-By
FlowTrans FLOW
1U465 TRANSMITTER
E

A1
-31K2
230V A2
N
30.9 / N N / 32.0
THERMAL FLUID PUMP 1+2
DIF. PRESSEURE LOW
F 3 4 /30.6
13 14
21 22
31 32
43 44

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0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

31.9 / L L / 33.0

A
30.7 / R

21 13
-32K5 -32K5 13
/32.5 22 /32.5 14 0=OFF
-32S8
1=ON
14

Language UK
B 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 2

-32S1 -32S3 -32S1 -32S3


104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

/32.5 /32.6 /32.1 /32.3


T.F. PUMP 3 T.F. PUMP 4 T.F. PUMP 3 T.F. PUMP 4

1 : NORMAL 1 : NORMAL
2 : OFF 2 : OFF
3 : STAND-BY 3 : STAND-BY

3 3
-32K5 -33K2
/32.5 4 /33.2 4

13
D -21Q4
21 21 /21.4 14
-32K3 -32K1
/32.3 22 /32.1 22

13 13 16 18
-20Q6 -20Q8 -32K6
/20.6 14 /20.8 14 /32.6 15

x1 x1

-32V0 A1 -32V2 A1 A1 A1 A1
h -32K1
h -32K3 -32K5 -32K6 -32K8
x2 230V A2 x2 230V A2 230V A2 A2 230V A2

F 31.9 / N N / 33.0
1/L1 2/T1 /20.6 1/L1 2/T1 /20.8 3 4 /32.5 1/L1 2/T1 /21.4
3/L2 4/T2 /20.6 3/L2 4/T2 /20.8 13 14 /32.3 3/L2 4/T2 /21.4
5/L3 6/T3 /20.6 5/L3 6/T3 /20.8 21 22 /32.1 5/L3 6/T3 /21.4
18 15 /32.5
13 14 /200.2 13 14 /200.3 31 32 13 14 /200.4
16
43 44 /201.2
21 22 /32.3 21 22 /32.1

THERMAL FLUID THERMAL FLUID THERMAL FLUID PUMP 3+4 CONTAINER VENTILATOR FAN
G PUMP 3 PUMP 4 STAND BY

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0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

32.9 / L L / 40.0

A -33B0

21

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31 PR4131

33 43 42 41
22
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

-X33 1 2 3

-33W1
D

+ -
-33B1
WHRU pump 3+4
St-By
FlowTrans FLOW
1U425 TRANSMITTER
E

A1
-33K2
230V A2
N
32.9 / N N / 40.0
THERMAL FLUID PUMP 3+4
DIF. PRESSEURE LOW
F 3 4 /32.6
13 14
21 22
31 32
43 44

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33.9 / L L / 90.0

-X40 1 -X40 3
-40W1 -40W3
/40.1 /40.3

-Container 1

Language UK
13 13
B Level alarm LL -40S3
14 Level Alarm L 14
- 1T248
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

-40W1 -40W3
/40.1 /40.3

C -X40 2 -X40 4

3 13 3 3
-40K1 -24K3 -40K3 -24K3
/40.1 4 /24.3 14 /40.3 4 /24.3 4

A1 A1
-40K1 -40K3
230V A2 230V A2
N N
33.9 / N N / 90.0
EXPANSION TANK DEARATING
LEVEL ALARM LL LEVEL LOW
F 3 4 /40.1 3 4 /40.3
13 14 /30.7 13 14 /DEARATING.1
21 22 21 22
31 32 31 32
43 44 /201.5 43 44 /201.6

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L L
40.9 / L L / 200.0

-90B1 CONTROLLER: 93W01 70E


A
Range 0-0,6 BAR

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27 99 10 28 29
51 52 50 54 55 53
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

C
-90X 1 2 3 -90X 4 5

-90W1
Flow
Control I/P
1T270

-90W3

-90B2
Flow + -
+I - -90B3
Control I/P
P Min Flow
1T270
Transmitter
1T282 FLOW
TRANSMITTER
E

N N
40.9 / N N / 200.0

F
PRESSURE
TRANSMITTER

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L
90.9 / L L / 201.0

13 13 13 13 13 13
-30K1 -30K3 -32K1 -32K3 -200?K3 -32K8
/30.1 14 /30.3 14 /32.1 14 /32.3 14 14 /32.8 14

Language UK
B
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

-200B1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 27

x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1
gn gn gn gn gn gn gn gn
C x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2

T3A T3
Module type: 821A20G 28 29

1T1 / 201.0

1T2 / 201.0
D
1T3 / 201.0

3 63 3
-200S1 -200?k2 -200S2
4 64 4

ACCEPT RESET LED


E ALARM ALARM TEST

90.9 / N N / 201.0

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THERMAL FLUID
PUMP 1 RUNNING
THERMAL FLUID
PUMP 2 RUNNING
THERMAL FLUID
PUMP 3 RUNNING
THERMAL FLUID
PUMP 4 RUNNING
CONTAINER VENTILATOR
FAN RUNNING
OFH PUMP
RUNNING

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L
200.9 / L L/

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43 43 43 43
-30K5 -32K5 -40K1 -40K3
/30.5 44 /32.5 44 /40.1 44 /40.3 44
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

-201B0
27 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 N1 N2

x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1
rd rd rd rd rd rd rd rd ye ye ye ye ye ye ye ye
C x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2
28 26
Module type: 821A21RY
OUT 1 OUT 2 OUT 3 OUT 4 OUT 5

T1 T2 T3 28 29
51 52 50 54 55 53 57 58 56 60 61 59 63 64 62

200.3 / 1T1 1T1 /


D
200.3 / 1T2 1T2 /

200.3 / 1T3 1T3 / -201X4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

COMMON ALARM
200.9 / N N/

Language UK
THERMAL FLUID PUMP 1+2
STAND BY
THERMAL FLUID PUMP 3+4
STAND BY
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
EXPANSION TANK
LEVEL ALARM LL
DEARATING
LEVEL LOW

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0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

13
-40K3
/40.3 14

Language UK
B
-100X1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

-100W0

C
-Contaner 1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

DEARATING SPARE SPARE SPARE SPARE


LEVEL LOW

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Cable-connection diagram AlaStdCableConForm_Rev3


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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
CONTROL PANEL

Internal targets
1 4 7 10

-X20
-X20
-X20
-X20

1 2 3 4 5 6 PE 7 8 9 PE 10 11 12

=CONTAINER =CONTAINER =CONTAINER =CONTAINER


1+CP1-20W0 1+CP1-20W2 1+CP1-20W4 1+CP1-20W6

POWER SUPPLY 3 X 400VAC, 50 BURNER MOTOR U: 400 V P: 4,8 FILLING PUMP U: 400 V P: CONTAINER VENTILATOR U: 400

conductor
conductor
conductor
conductor

Hz Max: XX kW kW In: 9,5A 0,55kW In: X,XX A Ist: XXX A V P: XXkW In: X,XX A Ist: XXX A
D

U1 V1 W1 PE U1 V1 W1 PE U1 V1 W1

U1 V1 W1 PE U1 V1 W1 PE U1 V1 W1 PE
E

-U3
-M2
-M4
-M6

M M M
3 3 3

External targets
F

Language UK
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=CONTAINER 1+CP1-20W4
=CONTAINER 1+CP1-20W6
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Cable-connection diagram AlaStdCableConForm_Rev3


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13 14 15 2 1 1 2
B

Internal targets
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

PE 13 2 1

-X20
-X20
-X24
-X32
PE 13 14 15 PE 2 1 1 2

=CONTAINER =CONTAINER =CONTAINER =CONTAINER


1+CP1-20W6 1+CP1-20W8 1+CP1-24W0 1+CP1-32W3

CONTAINER VENTILATOR U: 400 EMERGENCY COOLER FAN U: 400

conductor
conductor
conductor
conductor
External Emg. Stop PRESSURE ALARM FUEL OIL 5103
V P: XXkW In: X,XX A Ist: XXX A V P: XX kW In: X,XX A Ist: XXX A
D

PE U1 V1 W1 PE 11 12 13 14

U1 V1 W1 PE
E U1 V1 W1 PE 11 13

-M6
-M8
-24S0.0
-32S3

M M P
3
3 12 14

External targets
F

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=CONTAINER 1+CP1-24W0
=CONTAINER 1+CP1-32W3
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Cable-connection diagram AlaStdCableConForm_Rev3


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3 4 PE 1 2 5 6 8
CONTROL PANEL

Internal targets
3 1 5 7

-X32
-X38
-X842
-X842
3 4 4 PE 1 2 5 6 7 8

=CONTAINER =CONTAINER =CONTAINER =CONTAINER


1+CP1-32W7 1+CP1-38W1 1+CP1-38W6 1+CP1-38W7

conductor
conductor
conductor
conductor

TEMP TRANSMITTER FUEL 5109 Level alarm LL - 1T143 De-aerating valve 1T250 De-aerating valve 1T251

x1 x2 5 1 2

E x1

-32B7
-X32
-Container2-X100
-38Y6
-38Y7

5 2
x2

External targets
F

Language UK
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=CONTAINER 1+CP1-38W6
=CONTAINER 1+CP1-38W7
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Cable-connection diagram AlaStdCableConForm_Rev3


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Language UK
1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2
B

Internal targets
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

1 3 5 1

-X39
-X39
-X39
-X40
1 2 3 4 5 6 6 1 2

=CONTAINER =CONTAINER =CONTAINER =CONTAINER


1+CP1-39W1 1+CP1-39W2 1+CP1-39W7 1+CP1-40W1

TEMP TRANSMITTER EXP TK

conductor
conductor
conductor
conductor

Air pressure Switch H 1T179 Air pressure Switch L 1T179 Level alarm LL - 1T143
1T169
D

11 12 13 14 x1 x2 7 13 14

E 11 13 x1 13

-39S1
-39S2
-39B8
-X39
-40S1

P P 7
12 14 x2 14

External targets
F

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=CONTAINER 1+CP1-39W7
=CONTAINER 1+CP1-40W1
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Cable-connection diagram AlaStdCableConForm_Rev3


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4 6 8 10 11
104X03_2381#A.2
CONTROL PANEL

Internal targets
3 5 7 9 11

-X40
-X40
-X40
-X40
-X40

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

=CONTAINER =CONTAINER =CONTAINER =CONTAINER =CONTAINER


1+CP1-40W2 1+CP1-40W3 1+CP1-40W4 1+CP1-40W8 1+CP1-40W9

conductor
conductor
conductor
conductor
conductor

Level alarm H - 1T152 Level Alarm L - 1T162 Quick Open Switch 1T135 Level Low Drain Tank - 1T531 Level High Drain Tank - 1T535

11 12 13 14 32 31 13 14 11

E 11 13 32 13 11

-40S2
-40S3
-2004S7
-40S3
-40S9

12 14 31 14 12

External targets
F

Language UK
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