SAMURAI SERIES AIR COOLED AND AIR TO WATER HEAT PUMP WATER CHILLERS -SCREW TYPE- Technical Catalogue RCU2E(40-400)AG2 RHU2E(40-240)AG2 - PDF

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SAMURAI SERIES AIR COOLED AND AIR TO WATER HEAT PUMP WATER CHILLERS -SCREW TYPE- RCU2E(40-400)AG2 RHU2E(40-240)AG2 Specifications in this manual are subject to change without notice in order that HITACHI
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SAMURAI SERIES AIR COOLED AND AIR TO WATER HEAT PUMP WATER CHILLERS -SCREW TYPE- RCU2E(40-400)AG2 RHU2E(40-240)AG2 Specifications in this manual are subject to change without notice in order that HITACHI may bring the latest innovations to their customers. Whilst every effort is made to ensure that all specifications are correct, printing errors are beyond Hitachi s control; Hitachi cannot be held responsible for these errors. ATTENTION: This product and the batteries contained on it shall not be mixed with general house waste at the end of its life. They shall be retired according to the appropriated local or national regulations in a environmentally correct way in order to be treated at a specialized treatment facility for re-use, recycling and recovery. If a chemical symbol is printed beneath the symbol, it means that the battery contains heavy metal above a certain concentration. If a chemical symbol is printed beneath the symbol, it means that the battery contains heavy metal above a certain concentration. Possible chemical symbols: - Pb: Lead ( 0,004%). Following Regulation EC Nº 842/2006 on Certain Fluorinated Greenhouse gases, the total amount of refrigerant charged in the unit is indicated on the specification label. Do not vent R410A/R407C into the atmosphere: R410A & R407C are fluorinated greenhouse gases covered by the Kyoto protocol global warming potential (GWP) R410A/R407C: = 1975/ Contents Important Notice Features and Benefits Operation Instructions Components of chiller Preparation Initial Check Installation Test Running Controller Adjustment Self-Inspection Functions Control System Maintenance Troubleshooting General Specifications Drawings Model Selection Application Data Components Data Hydrokit (option) Contents Contents 1. Important notice Features and benefits Unit picture Compressor Control Fan motor Electronic expansion valve Hydrokit (option) Operation instructions Hitachi water chillers Components of chiller Structure drawing Preparation initial check Initial check Placing the unit Gravity centre Service space and foundation Transportation Installation Handle installation Electrical Wiring Water Piping Typical Common Water Piping Minimum internal system water volume Water Control BMS gateways Remote controllers Installation final check Test running Preparation Test running Instructions after test running Controller adjustment Control System Controller Adjustment Factory Set up Self-Inspection functions Alarm Indication Normal Indication Function for indication of operation condition Control System Contents Standard operation sequence R(C/H)U2E40AG2, 50AG2, 60AG2, 70AG2, 80AG Standard operation sequence R(C/H)U2E100AG2, 120AG2, 140AG2, 160AG Standard operation sequence R(C/H)U2E180AG2, 210AG2, 240AG Standard Operation Sequence RCU2E280AG2, 320AG Standard Operation Sequence RCU2E350AG2, 400AG Maintenance Components Lubrication Deposit Cleaning Method Winter Shutdown Spring Start-Up Part Replacement Refrigeration Cycle Refrigerant cycle diagram of Hitachi Air-Cooled Water Chiller (RCU2E40, 50, 60, 70, 100, 120, 140, 180, 210, 280, 350AG2) Refrigerant cycle diagram of Hitachi Air-Cooled Water Chiller (RCU2E80, 160, 240, 320, 400AG2) with economiser Refrigerant cycle diagram of Hitachi Air-to-Water Heat Pump Water Chiller (RHU2E40, 50, 60, 70, 100, 120, 140, 180, 210AG2) Refrigerant cycle diagram of Hitachi Air-to-Water Heat Pump Water Chiller (RHU2E80, 160, 240AG2) with economiser Compressor Removal Safety and protection control Normal operating pressure Test Running And Maintenance Record Daily Operating Records Servicing for R407C Refrigerant System Troubleshooting Procedures for trouble General specifications General Data Options line up Drawings Dimensional Drawing Wiring Diagram Model Selection Selection Example Performance Table (RCU2E-AG2) Performance Table (RHU2E-AG2) (Cooling Operation) Performance Table (RHU2E-AG2) (Heating Operation) Electrical Data Sound Data Aplication Data Contents Working Range Part Load Performance Ethylene Glycol Application Components Data Compressor Air Heat Exchanger and fan Water Heat Exchanger Hydrokit (option) Compatibility General Data Drawings Components Data Operation instructions Troubleshooting Contents Unit code list NOTE: MODEL CODIFICATION Please check by model name your air cooled type, its abbreviation and reference number in this technical catalogue. RCU2E-AG2 SERIES 3~ Unit Code Unit Code RCU2E40AG2 8E RCU2E160AG2 8E RCU2E50AG2 8E RCU2E180AG2 8E RCU2E60AG2 8E RCU2E210AG2 8E RCU2E70AG2 8E RCU2E240AG2 8E RCU2E80AG2 8E RCU2E280AG2 8E RCU2E100AG2 8E RCU2E320AG2 8E RCU2E120AG2 8E RCU2E350AG2 8E RCU2E140AG2 8E RCU2E400AG2 8E RCU2E60AG2 Version Unit type (Cooling-only Chiller) Air Refrigerant: cooled R407C Capacity (HP) Made in Europe Series 10 Contents MODEL CODIFICATION Please check by model name your air-to-water heat pump model type, its abbreviation and reference number in this technical catalogue. RHU2E-AG2 SERIES 3~ Unit Code Unit Code RHU2E40AG2 9E RHU2E120AG2 9E RHU2E50AG2 9E RHU2E140AG2 9E RHU2E60AG2 9E RHU2E160AG2 9E RHU2E70AG2 9E RHU2E180AG2 9E RHU2E80AG2 9E RHU2E210AG2 9E RHU2E100AG2 9E RHU2E240AG2 9E RHU2E60AG2 Air Series Version cooled Refrigerant: R407C Unit type Capacity (HP) (Heat Pump Chiller) Made in Europe 11 Important Notice 1. I m p o r t a n t N o t i c e HITACHI pursues a policy of continuing improvement in design and performance of Products. The right is therefore reserved to vary specifications without notice. HITACHI cannot anticipate every possible circumstance that might involve a potential hazard. No part of this manual may be reproduced without written permission. Signal words (DANGER, WARNING and CAUTION) are used to identify levels of hazard seriousness. Definitions for identifying hazard levels are provided below with their respective signal words. 1 DANGER: Immediate hazards which WILL result in severe personal injury or death. WARNING: Hazards or unsafe practices which COULD result in severe personal injury or death. CAUTION: Hazards or unsafe practices which COULD result in minor personal injury or product or property damage. NOTE: Useful information for operation and/or maintenance. If you have any questions, contact your contractor or dealer of HITACHI. This instruction gives a common description and information for this water Chiller which you operate as well as for other models. This water Chiller has been designed for the following temperatures. Operate the unit within this range: Working Range for RCU2E-AG2 ºC Maximum Minimum Ambient temperature Chilled Water 15 5 (-10)* Outlet Temperature (*) In case of low water outlet temperature option Working Range for RHU2E-AG2 (Cooling Operation) ºC Maximum Minimum Ambient Temperature Chilled Water Outlet Temperature 15 5 (-10)* (*) In case of low water outlet temperature option Working Range for RHU2E-AG2 (Heating Operation) ºC Maximum Minimum Ambient Temperature 21 (DB) (35)* 15.5 (WB) -9.5 (DB) -10 (WB) Hot Water Outlet Temperature (*) In case of Heating Operation in high ambient temperature These instructions should be considered as a permanent part of the water Chiller equipment and should remain with the unit. 13 Features and Benefits 2. F e a t u r e s a n d B e n e f i t s Contents 2. Features and benefits Unit picture Compressor Control Fan motor Electronic expansion valve Hydrokit (option) Features and Benefits 2.1. Unit picture HITACHI is a world leader in technology and with continual research and product development, which offers screw type Air Cooled Water Chillers from 112 KW to 1030KW and Air-to-Water Heat Pump Water Chillers from 106 kw to 585 kw (in Cooling mode) and from 110 kw to 555 kw (in Heating mode) Compressor THE SAMURAI RANGE INCORPORATES THE LATEST DEVELOPMENT OF HITACHI S SCREW COMPRESSOR TECHNOLOGY FOR THE NEW MILLENNIUM. Highly Reliable HITACHI Two-Pole Motor Built-in Oil Separator (Cyclone oil separator) Oil Sight Glass Oil Heater High precision Twin Screw Rotors Suction Filter 16 Features and Benefits Twin screw compressor By having so few moving parts, it has become highly reliable with very low noise level and low vibration Reciprocating LOW VIBRATION Screw 2 AMPLITUDE (µm) Time (second) Principle of compression Discharge Port Suction Port Continuous capacity control HITACHI s Continuous Capacity Control system uses advanced electronic controls to position the infinitely variable slide valve within each compressor. This modulation allows exact load control and accurate chilled water temperature without the need for expensive inverters. COOLING/ HEATING LOAD % Continuous capacity control TIME (Hour) Step control 17 Features and Benefits Energy Saving Thanks to Continuous Capacity Control, 15~20% energy saving is possible compared with current step control systems due to the following: The cooling/heating load can be more closely matched Continuous Capacity Control takes advantage of high efficiency part load performance. Frequent compressor starts and stops are eliminated. PART LOAD PERFORMANCE MOTOR INPUT (%) Continuous Capacity Control 2.3. Control COOLING/HEATING CAPACITY (%) Many Functions Newly developed Control Board has many functions shown below as standard. Current limiter Forced compressor load control 2 different temperatures setting Various fan control mode Memory data in alarm Automatic restart after power failure Output signal for free cooling application etc... Precise Temperature Control Combination of Continuous Capacity Control Compressor and HITACHI s unique electronic controls enable the Chiller to control outlet water temperature precisely, independent of cooling/heating load. This control benefits not only air-conditioning but also industrial process use. 18 Features and Benefits Example in cooling mode CONTINUOUS CAPACITY CONTROL WATER TEMPERATURE Start Outlet Water Temperature Load Up 1 (Quick cooling) Load Up 2 Neutral =2ºC Standard (Minimum 0.5ºC) Load Down 2 TIME CONVENTIONAL STEP CONTROL Restart WATER TEMPERATURE Outlet Temperature Final step 1st step Temperature Band 7ºC (normally) 2.4. Fan motor DC Fan Motor with Outstanding Efficiency The DC fan motor greatly improves efficiency compared to conventional products using an AC motor. Furthermore, air blasts are reduced by controlling the rotation speed of the fan. DC Motor Motor Efficiency (%) Efficiency increased by 40% (motor input halved) AC Motor Revolutions per minute (rpm) PWM (pulse width modulation) concept of speed control The switching element (a power MOSFET) switches back and forth at a frequency of several tens of khz. This controls the ON//OFF duty rate per cycle and thus changes the voltage applied to the fan motor to control the rotation speed. Low Sound Hitachi uses high technology to achieve the lowest sound. The new two bladed propeller, rather than four bladed, achieves a reduction of noise level, increases air flow volume, and at the same time provides an important reduction of motor power input 19 Features and Benefits 2.5. Electronic expansion valve These units are equipped with an electronic expansion valve to provide sophisticated control under any temperature condition. The electronic expansion valve provides reduced electrical power consumption compared to the classical system Hydrokit (option) The Hydrokit option for RCU2E-AG2 and RHU2E-AG2 Chillers reduces the total installation time of the customer. The chiller is equipped from the factory with the water pump, expansion vessel, safety valve, water flow regulation valve, and others. All the equipment is integrated inside the chiller without increasing chillers dimensions and saving total space installation. The Hydrokit option is supplied with a heater to protect piping against freezing. Hitachi recommends the use of the option Water Cooler Heater when Hydrokit option is requested Nr. Name Buffer Tank 2 Air Vent 3 Pressure Vessel 4 Stop Valve 5 Check Valve 6 Evaporator 7 Stop Valve WATER OUTLET 9 Strainer 10 Pump 11 Safety Valve 12 Service Valve (Charge) 13 WATER INLET 14 Service Valve (Drain) 15 Pressure Gauge 20 Operation Instructions 3. O p e r a t i o n I n s t r u c t i o n s Contents 3. Operation instructions Hitachi water chillers Operation Instructions 3.1. Hitachi water chillers To start the Unit. 1. Open the water inlet and outlet valves. 2. After assuring that all control switches have been cut OFF, and the LOCAL/REMOTE switch on the printed circuit board is in the LOCAL position, turn ON the power switch. 3. Confirm that phases R, S and T are correctly connected. The correct phase connection can be checked by a phase sequence indicator. If not correctly connected, the compressor does not start due to activation of a reversal phase protection device. Cut the main switch and interchange two of three terminals, R, S and T at the main power source terminals. 4. Set the changeover switch the Cool or Heat 5. Fully open the liquid line stop valves. 6. Operate the chilled/hot water pump. 7. Depress the ON (*) push button switch. (*) (Field-Supplied ) 8. Set the thermostat at the desired temperature To stop the Unit 1. Depress the OFF (*) push button switch. (*) (Field Supplied) 2. Switch OFF the main power source when the unit is shut down for a long time period. Pilot lamp The red LED indicates the normal operation. When the orange LED is activated, any one of the safety devices may be functioning. Please contact your service assistant, if this condition is detected. Daily checking 1. Check the power supply to ensure that it is proper. 2. Check for abnormal sounds and vibrations. 3. Check the unit amperage. 4. Check the operating pressure. Troubleshooting Unit Does Not Start 1. Is the main switch ON? 2. Is the main fuse OK? 3. Is the chilled/hot water running? 4. Are the thermostats calling for the cooling/heating operation? Poor Cooling/Heating Operation 1. Is there sufficient Air supplied to the air side heat exchanger? 2. Is the setting temperature correct? 3. Are the operating pressures normal? 4. Is there sufficient water running through the water side heat exchanger? Maintenance 1. Remove any obstacles to the air side heat exchanger airflow, and clean the air side heat exchanger. 2. Clean the unit with a cleaner. 3. Clean the water side heat exchanger. (It is recommended that a specialist will be contacted for this kind of work.) DANGER: Switch OFF main interruptor (M.I) for any work inside electrical box. Keep electrical box cover closed 2 min. after switching power off (to discharge the capacitors). 22 Components of Chiller 4. C o m p o n e n t s o f C h i l l e r Contents 4. Components of chiller Structure drawing 4.1. Structure drawing Components of Chiller HITACHI Air-Cooled Water Chiller (Example of 2 Compressors Chiller) Detail of LPIPE structure. Remote / Local Changeover Switch is Rear Side. Air Outlet Air Outlet Air Outlet Air Outlet Air Outlet Water Inlet Air Inlet Water Outlet Air Inlet Air Inlet Nº1 CYCLE Nº2 CYCLE Nr. Name Nr. Name 1 Compressor 9 Operation Switch 2 Water Cooler 10 Electronic Expansion Valve 3 Condenser 11 Liquid Line Stop Valve 4 Electrical Box 12 Filter Drier 5 Power Wiring Supply 13 Liquid Sight Glass 6 Fan 14 Solenoid Valve (only for 80, 160, 240, 320, 400 HP) 7 Check Valve 15 Economiser (only for 80, 160, 240, 320, 400 HP) 8 Oil Sight Glass 16 High Pressure Switch (inside electrical box) 24 Components of Chiller HITACHI Air-to-Water heat pump Water Chiller (Example of 2 Compressors Chiller) Detail of LPIPE structure. Remote / Local Changeover Switch is Rear Side. Air Outlet Air Outlet Air Outlet Air Outlet Air Outlet 4 Water Inlet Air Inlet Water Outlet Air Inlet Air Inlet Nº1 CYCLE Nº2 CYCLE Nr. Name Nr. Name 1 Compressor 11 Liquid Line Stop Valve 2 Water Side Heat Exchanger 12 Biflow Drier 3 Air Side Heat Exchanger 13 Liquid Sight Glass 4 Electrical Box 14 Solenoid Valve (only for 80, 160, 240 HP) 5 Power Wiring Supply 15 Economiser (only for 80, 160, 240 HP) 6 Fan 16 High Pressure Switch (inside electrical box) 7 Check Valve 17 4-Way Valve 8 Oil Sight Glass 18 Accumulator 9 Operation Switch 19 Liquid Tank 10 Electronic Expansion Valve 25 Preparation initial check 5. P r e p a r a t i o n I n i t i a l C h e c k Contents 5. Preparation initial check Initial check Placing the unit Gravity centre Service space and foundation Transportation Transportation by Rigging Declining the unit during transportation Preparation initial check 5.1. Initial check Required Materials Measure and Architectural Information Regarding Installation Location Installation Location Confirm that the final installation location is provided with convenient piping and wiring work. Strong water runoff should be avoided. This unit must be installed in a restricted area not accessible to the general public. Install the unit on a roof or in an area where people, except service engineer, can not touch the unit. Installation Space Check for obstacles which restrict condenser Air flow or hamper maintenance work in the space specified in Fig. 1. Foundation Check to ensure that the foundation is flat, level and sufficiently strong, taking into account the maximum foundation gradient (Fig. 2) and the unit weight balance. Confirm elevation provision for the unit on a solid base with an iron frame or concrete curbs shown in chapter 5.4. In order to obtain proper clearance beneath the unit for either rooftop or on the ground installation, where foundation bolts should be sunk into concrete. Additionally, for on the ground installation, provide a gravel or concrete space around the condenser Air intake in order to avoid airflow obstruction due to grass or other vegetation. Unit Check to ensure that the unit has been transported without damage. File a damage claim with the transportation companies if mishandling due to transportation company negligence is suspected. Transportation Secure the route to the final installation location by confirming the dimensions (Refer to the General Data in Chapter 13.1). DANGER: If leakage is detected, stop the unit and contact the installer or service shop. Do not use a naked fire near the refrigerant gas. If a naked fire is utilised near the refrigerant gas, refrigerant is turned into a harmful phosgene compound. WARNING: This unit is operated with refrigerant R407C, which is non-flammable and non-poisonous. However, refrigerant itself is heavier than the atmosphere so that a floor is covered with refrigerant gas if refrigerant is leaked. Therefore, keep good ventilation to avoid choke during servicing. CAUTION: Check to ensure that valves are correctly opened. If not opened, serious damage will occur to the compressor due to an abnormal high pressure. This unit controls air flow for condenser during low ambient temperature. Due to this control, avoid the strong wind hits the unit directly. In such a case, put buffer plate around the unit. 28 Preparation initial check 5.2. Placing the unit Tools and Instruments Pincers, Wrenches, Facilities to Transport and Place The Unit. Transportation Transport the unit as close to the final installation location as practical before unpacking is accomplished. Provide adequate facilities to place the unit on the foundation, with sufficient consideration given to those individuals performing the installation. Unpacking Follow the instructions marked on the packing. h1 h2 3000mm Overhead Air Clearance 5 h1 h2 Fig.1. Operation Space Minimum distances in order to ensure a correct air circulation NOTE: The height of the wall shall be smaller than that of the unit cabinet. When the unit is installed at a location where the unit is encircled with walls and obstruction of free Air circulation is suspected, construction with HITACHI regarding the operation space is recommended. Maximum Foundation Gradient The unit should be installed in an upright position within the gradient shown in Fig mm 15 mm Fig.2. Maximum Foundation Gradient 29 Preparation initial check 5.3. Gravity centre Air-Cooled
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