PiE OPERATION MANUAL INTELLIGENT DUST COLLECTOR SERIES

INTELLIGENT DUST COLLECTOR
PiE SERIES
OPERATION MANUAL
IMPORTANT :
٧ Do not operate this dust collector before reading this manual.
٧ Only those who fully understand the contents of this manual should operate this dust collector.
٧ Carry out daily and periodic inspections, observing all operation and maintenance instructions
given in this manual.
٧ Observe all applicable laws regulation regarding the installation and maintenance of the dust
collector.
N IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
Precautions in this manual are classified according to degree and type of danger, as shown below. Be sure to
read them before operating the dust collector.
WARNING
: Shows situations in which incorrect operation could result in death or serious injury to the operator.
CAUTION
: Shows situations in which incorrect operation could result in injury to the operator
or property damage.
s 3ERIOUSINJURYREFERSTOLOSSOFEYESIGHTWOUNDSBURNSHIGHTEMPERATURELOWTEMPERATUREELECTRICSHOCKBONE
fracture, poisoning, etc. which have lasting effects or require hospitalization or long-term outpatient treatment.
s )NJURYREFERSTOWOUNDSBURNSELECTRICSHOCKETCWHICHDONOTREQUIREHOSPITALIZATIONORLONGTERMOUTPATIENTTREATment.
s 0ROPERTYDAMAGEREFERSTOEXTENSIVEDAMAGESTOHOUSESHOUSEHOLDGOODSLIVESTOCKORPETS
s %XAMPLESOFPICTORIALSYMBOLS
The
symbol shows a warning or caution.
A specific warning or caution is indicated by the picture inside.
The
symbol shows a prohibited action.
The specific prohibition is indicated by the picture inside.
The L symbol shows a compulsory action.
The specific compulsory action is indicated by the picture inside.
N INTRODUCTION
4HANKYOUFORPURCHASINGTHE!MANO0I%SERIESDUSTCOLLECTOR
)T IS IMPORTANT TO READ THE OPERATION MANUAL CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THE EQUIPMENT IN ORDER TO OPERATE IT
SAFELY AND CORRECTLY !LSO MAKE SURE TO KEEP THE MANUAL CLOSE AT HAND SO THAT YOU CAN REFER TO IT WHEN
necessary.
L4HE0I%3ERIES$UST#OLLECTORISINTENDEDFORCOLLECTINGPARTICLESTHATDONOTPOSETHERISK
OFDUSTEXPLOSIONORlRE
L4HEMANUFACTURERANDDEALERSARENOTRESPONSIBLEFORACCIDENTSORDAMAGEDUETOTHE
FOLLOWINGCAUSES
s&IREOREXPLOSIONCAUSEDBYDUSTINTHEDUSTCOLLECTOR
s)MPROPEROPERATINGCONDITIONSORUSAGEDIFFERENTFROMTHATSPECIlEDINTHISMANUAL
s&AILURETOMAINTAINTHEDUSTCOLLECTORORREPLACETHECONSUMABLEPARTSASSPECIlEDINTHISMANUAL
s!NYMODIlCATIONREPAIROREQUIPMENTTRANSFERPERFORMEDBYATHIRDPARTYORPERSONNELNOTAUTHORIZEDBY
AMANO.
s.ATURALDISASTERSORCALAMITIESSUCHASlRESEARTHQUAKESORmOODS
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N)FANYTHINGRELATEDTOTHEPRODUCTORTHISOPERATIONMANUALISUNCLEARPLEASECONTACTTHEDEALERORTHESALESOFlCE
N The specifications and appearance of the dust collector and the description in this manual are subject to change due to
improvements.
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NCONTENTS
&OR3AFE/PERATION................................................................................. 1
Cautions regarding installation............................................................... 3
2. Structure and Names of Components.................................................... 4
3. Preparing for Operation.......................................................................... 7
)NSTALLINGDUCTING .................................................................................... 8
Connecting the power supply................................................................. 9
Connecting the compressed air supply.................................................. 11
#ONNECTINGTHEMANOMETER&OR*4YPEONLY ........................................ 12
Setting for remote-operation .................................................................. 13
4. Setting the Data ..................................................................................... 14
!IRmOWSETTING;5= ................................................................................... 15
3ETTINGTHEPULSESTARTING;5=;-=............................................................. 16
3ETTINGTHEPULSEJETOPERATIONMODE;5=;-=;*= ....................................... 17
3ETTINGh/.4)-%v;5=;-=;*= .................................................................. 18
3ETTINGh/&&4)-%v;5=;-=;*=................................................................. 19
)NTERVAL;5=;-=;*=..................................................................................... 20
%NDPULSE;5=;-=;*=................................................................................. 21
3ETTINGTHEPULSESTOPTARGETDIFFERENTIALPRESSURE;5=;-= ....................... 22
3ETTINGTHEREMOTEOPERATION;5=;-=;*= ................................................... 23
3ETTINGTHEABNORMALlLTERDIFFERENTIALPRESSURE;5=;-=........................... 24
Other settings......................................................................................... 25
5. Operation ............................................................................................... 26
Start and stop of the operation............................................................... 27
Changing the display content................................................................. 28
Message display .................................................................................... 29
Dust removal from the filter ................................................................... 31
&ILTERDUSTCLOGGINGSEVERITY................................................................... 31
Reset of thermal relay............................................................................ 32
6. Maintenance .......................................................................................... 33
Discharging the collected dust ............................................................... 34
)NSPECTIONANDREPLACEMENTOFlLTER ...................................................... 36
Maintenance of dust removal components ............................................ 38
!PPENDIX ................................................................................................ 40
Specifications......................................................................................... 40
Service parts.......................................................................................... 40
Outside drawing ..................................................................................... 41
Wiring diagram....................................................................................... 43
Troubleshooting...................................................................................... 46
Periodic inspection table ........................................................................ 47
1. FOR SAFE OPERATION
Before operating the equipment, read the following warnings and cautions, and make sure you understand them.
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s .EVERALLOWTHEFOLLOWINGSUBSTANCESTOGETINTOTHEDUSTCOLLECTOR
s %XPLOSIVEmAMMABLEPOWDER!LUMINUMMAGNESIUMTITANIUMEPOXYORGANICSOLVENTETC
s )NmAMMABLESUBSTANCES'ASOLINETHINNERBENZINEKEROSENEPAINTETC
s $USTWITHSPARKS$USTPRODUCEDBYAHIGHSPEEDCUTTERGRINDERWELDING
MACHINEETC
s !SHES#IGARETTEBUTTSASHESETC
s 3TICKYSUBSTANCES3OLUBLEMISTOILMISTETC
s /THER7ATEROILANDCHEMICALETC
These substances could cause fires or explosions.
s .EVERINSTALLTHEDUSTCOLLECTORINHAZARDOUSAREASCLASSORACCORDINGTO
*APANESESTANDARDS
Doing so may result in fire or explosion.
s .EVERUSETHEDUSTCOLLECTORINORNEARAREASWHEREITWILLBEEXPOSEDTOmAMMABLEORCORROSIVEMISTSMOKEFUMESORGASESORWHEREEXPLOSIVEmAMMABLEDUSTISPRESENTINTHEAIR
Doing so may result in fire or explosion.
s .EVERUSEANYVOLTAGEOTHERTHANTHESUPPLYVOLTAGESHOWNONTHEDUSTCOLLECTOR!LSODONOTOVERLOADONEELECTRICALOUTLET
This could cause fire or electric shock.
s .EVERTOUCHTHEPOWERCABLEWITHWETHANDSWHENCONNECTINGORDISCONNECTING
IT
This could cause electric shock.
s .EVERALLOWTHEPOWERCABLETOGETDAMAGEDORBROKEN.EVERPLACEHEAVYITEMS
ONTHEPOWERCABLEORBENDITEXCESSIVELY
This could also cause fire or electric shock.
s .EVERMAKEANYMODIlCATIONSTOTHISEQUIPMENT
This could cause fire or electric shock.
s "ESURETOGROUNDTHEDUSTCOLLECTOR
Otherwise, electric shock could occur if there is a leak.
s
)FAlREOCCURSORTHEREISADUSTEXPLOSIONINSIDETHEDUSTCOLLECTOR
s TURNOFFTHEPOWERIMMEDIATELY
s USEAlREEXTINGUISHINGAGENTSUITABLEFORDUST
s EVEN AFTER THE lRE IS OUT DONT OPEN THE DOOR UNTIL THE INTERNAL TEMPERATURE
DROPSTOTHENORMALLEVEL
Otherwise, a secondary explosion could occur.
s#LEAN THE EQUIPMENT PERIODICALLY TO PREVENT BUILDUP OF DUSTS INSIDE AND OUTSIDEANDINSIDETHEPIPING
Ignition source put in the dust accumulation could cause a fire to occur.
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s$ISPOSEOFTHECOLLECTEDDUSTEVERYDAYANDNEVERBUILDUPWITHINTHEDUSTCOLLECTOR
Neglecting this caution may prevent the machine from functioning normally and the ignition source put in the dust accumulation could ignite a fire.
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s7HEN lTTING IN OR TAKING OFF THE lLTER INSPECTION COVER GRIP THE COVER HANDLES
WITHBOTHHANDSTOPREVENTTHEFALLOFTHECOVER
If the cover should fall, it could do a person injury.
s 7HENCARRYINGOUTMAINTENANCEWORKSUCHASlLTERREPLACEMENTANDDUSTDISCHARGEPUTONAPPROPRIATEPROTECTIVEWEAR
Otherwise, you could get hurt during the work.
s.EVER OPERATE THE DUST COLLECTOR WITH THE INTAKE AND EXHAUST PORTS CLOSED OR
BLOCKED
This could cause a fire due to overheating.
s )FABNORMALNOISESFUMESVIBRATIONSSMELLSOROVERHEATINGAREDETECTEDDURINGOPERATIONTURNOFFTHEPRIMARYPOWERATONCE
Continuing to operate the dust collector could cause damage, electric shock or fire.
s )FTHEMOTORSTOPSDURINGOPERATIONTURNOFFTHEPRIMARYPOWERATONCE
Failure to do this could cause electric shock.
s "EFOREDOINGINSPECTIONORMAINTENANCEWORKALWAYSTURNOFFTHEPRIMARYPOWERTOTHEDUSTCOLLECTOR
Failure to do this could cause electric shock.
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Neglecting this caution could cause accidents to occur.
s+EEPTHEINLETAIRTEMPERATUREBETWEEN—#AND—#
Failure to do so may result in a fault.
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Satisfy the following conditions when installing this equipment. Failure to do so will prevent the equipment
from functioning normally and may cause a breakdown of the product, which could lead to accidents to occur.
s 4HEINSTALLATIONLOCATIONMUSTBEANINDOORPLACEWHERETHEEQUIPMENTWILLNOTBEEXPOSEDDIRECTLYTOTHE
rain or dew. (Outdoor-specification machines excepted)
s 4HEmOORSURFACEMUSTBESTRONGENOUGHTOSUPPORTTHEMASSOFTHEEQUIPMENT
s )NSTALLTHEDUSTCOLLECTORINALOCATIONFREEFROMSTRONGVIBLATIONANDSHOCK
s 4HELOCATIONMUSTBEmAT
s 4HELOCATIONSHOULDAFFORDSUFlCIENTSPACEFORDAILYMAINTENANCEWORK
s -AINTAINANAMBIENTTEMPERATUREOFTO—#
s 4HEEQUIPMENTSHOULDBECONNECTEDTOAPHASEPOWERSUPPLY#HECKTHEPOWERSUPPLYSPECIlCATIONS
(voltage, frequency, etc.) given on the nameplate.
s &OR THE PREVENTION AGAINST ELECTRICAL SHOCK ACCIDENTS MAKE SURE THE POWER CABLE GROUND WIRES ARE
properly connected. Ensure that the earth is installed in accordance with the requirements which mean
MAXIMUMEARTHINGRESISTANCEOFOHMS
s )NCASETHEEQUIPMENTREQUIRESMOVINGONTHEFORKLIFTORTHECRANESUCHDEVICEOPERATIONINCLUDINGTHE
sling wire work, must be done by the person who is qualified to carry out such work.
s 4HECOMPRESSEDAIRUSEDFORSHAKINGTHEDUSTOFFTHElLTERSURFACESHOULDBESUPPLIEDTHROUGHTHEAIRlLTER#HECKTHATTHESUPPLIEDCOMPRESSEDAIRPRESSUREISMAINTAINEDBETWEENTO-0A
s %ITHER THE RIGHT OR LEFT SUCTION PORT CAN BE USED (OWEVER THE UNUSED PORT MUST BE COVERED WITH THE
blind cover.
s 4HE SUCTION PORT SHOULD BE CONNECTED WITH THE DUCT HOSE &ASTEN THE HOSE USING A HOSE BAND OR ANY
other kind of clamps firmly.
s !VOIDSUSPENDINGINLETDUCTSANDHOSESTOENSURETHATDUSTDOESNOTCOLLECTINSIDE3ELECTTHEAPPROPRIate duct diameter to minimize air resistance, and ensure that ducting is of the minimum possible length.
s &LANGESFORPIPINGWAYBRANCHPIPESWAYBRANCHPIPESmANGESFOREXHAUSTDUCTAREAVAILABLEASAN
OPTION0LACEANORDERATNEED
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4HEABOVEILLUSTRATESTHECONSTRUCTIONOFTHE0I%-
4HE0I%ISDIFFERENTFROMTHEABOVEININSTALLATIONDIRECTIONOF
the motor/fan.
The “J” type models are provided with a manometer (differential
pressure gauge).
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The drawing on the right shows a message window on the “J” type machine
control panel (Without “Q/ Ӡ 00S)vDISPLAY
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0ARTNAME
&UNCTION
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0/7%2LAMP
4HISLAMPGOES/.WHENTHEPOWERCORDISCONNECTEDTOTHEPRIMARY
power supply and the power is applied to the equipment.
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).30%#4LAMP
4HECONTENTTOBEINSPECTEDISDISPLAYEDINTHEMESSAGEWINDOWATTHE
same time this lamp is lit.
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#(%#+LAMP
4HECONTENTTOBECHECKEDISDISPLAYEDINTHEMESSAGEWINDOWATTHE
same time this lamp is lit. (When two events, one requiring “inspection”
and the other “check” on the operator’s side, occur at the same time,
both of these lamps are lit concurrently.)
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-ESSAGEWINDOW
#ODESAPPEARINTHEMASSAGEWINDOWTOINDICATEOPERATIONSTATUS
and inspection and check items when errors occur. During data
setting, information regarding the setting is displayed. (When there
are two or more items regarding the operation status, inspections, or
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CHECKSTHEDISPLAYCHANGESEVERYSECONDSTOSHOWEACHCODE
3EETHENEXTPAGE
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0ARTNAME
&UNCTION
$)30#(!.'%KEY
5SETHISKEYTOCHANGETHEMODEOFDISPLAYINTHEMESSAGEWINDOW
Each time this key is pressed, the next message is displayed in the
window.
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!DDITIONKEY
5SETHISKEYTOCHANGETHENUMERICVALUEOFTHEDATAWHENSETTINGTHE
operation data. Each time this key is pressed, the numeric value is
INCREASEDBYhvORhv
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3UBTRACTIONKEY
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3%4KEY
5SETHISKEYTOMAKECHANGESINTHESETOPERATIONDATARESETTING!
push on this key will change the operation mode to setting mode.
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%.429KEY
5SETHISKEYTOENTERTHEINPUTDATATOTHEMEMORYWHENSETTINGTHE operation data.
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34!24/.SWITCH
0RESSINGONTHISSWITCHWILLSTARTTHEOPERATION
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34/0/&&SWITCH
0RESSINGONTHISSWITCHWILLSTOPTHEOPERATION
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05,3%*%4SWITCH
!PRESSONTHISSWITCHWILLCARRYOUTONECYCLEOFPULSEJETOPERATION
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External operation lamp
The start (ON)/stop (OFF) operation is usually controlled with switches
on the control panel. It can also be remote-controlled using the externally linked switches. This lamp lights up in yellow when the operation
is executed by the commands from such external device.
5SETHISKEYTOCHANGETHENUMERICVALUEOFTHEDATAWHENSETTINGTHE
operation data. Each time this key is pressed, the numeric value is
DECREASEDBYhvORhv
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-AKESURETOREADANDUNDERSTANDTHEFOLLOWINGWARNINGSANDCAUTIONSWHENPREPARINGFORTHEOPERATIONOFTHEUNIT
7!2.).'
s .EVERINSTALLTHEDUSTCOLLECTORINHAZARDOUSAREASCLASSORACCORDINGTO
*APANESESTANDARDS
Doing so may result in fire or explosion.
s .EVERUSETHEDUSTCOLLECTORINORNEARAREASWHEREITWILLBEEXPOSEDTOmAMMABLEORCORROSIVEMISTSMOKEFUMESORGASESORWHEREEXPLOSIVEmAMMABLEDUSTISPRESENTINTHEAIR
Doing so may result in fire or explosion.
s .EVERUSEANYVOLTAGEOTHERTHANTHESUPPLYVOLTAGESHOWNONTHEDUSTCOLLECTOR!LSODONOTOVERLOADONEELECTRICALOUTLET
This could cause fire or electric shock.
s .EVERTOUCHTHEPOWERCABLEWITHWETHANDSWHENCONNECTINGORDISCONNECTING
IT
This could cause electric shock.
s .EVERALLOWTHEPOWERCABLETOGETDAMAGEDORBROKEN.EVERPLACEHEAVYITEMS
ONTHEPOWERCABLEORBENDITEXCESSIVELY
This could also cause fire or electric shock.
s "ESURETOGROUNDTHEDUSTCOLLECTOR
Otherwise, electric shock could occur if there is a leak.
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s.EVER OPERATE THE DUST COLLECTOR WITH THE INTAKE AND EXHAUST PORTS CLOSED OR
BLOCKED
This could cause a fire due to overheating.
s )FABNORMALNOISESFUMESVIBRATIONSSMELLSOROVERHEATINGAREDETECTEDDURINGOPERATIONTURNOFFTHEPRIMARYPOWERATONCE
Continuing to operate the dust collector could cause damage, electric shock or fire.
s )FTHEMOTORSTOPSDURINGOPERATIONTURNOFFTHEPRIMARYPOWERATONCE
Failure to do this could cause electric shock.
s "EFOREDOINGINSPECTIONORMAINTENANCEWORKALWAYSTURNOFFTHEPRIMARYPOWERTOTHEDUSTCOLLECTOR
Failure to do this could cause electric shock.
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Neglecting this caution could cause accidents to occur.
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■ )NSTALLATION0RECAUTIONS
0LEASEFOLLOWALLPRECAUTIONSGIVENBELOWWHENUSINGTHISDUSTCOLLECTOR/THERWISEYOUWILLNOTHAVETHE
full performance of the dust collector, or even may suffer from malfunctions, which could lead to causing
an accident to occur.
sDo not use it for purposes other than dust collection.
sDo not collect dust containing abrasive particles.
sDo not start or stop machine operation directly by turning on and off the primary power supply.
Instead, always do it by manipulating the ON (start running)/OFF (stop running) switches on the
control panel or via remote controlled on/off operation, with the primary power supply turned on
beforehand.
sDo not modify electrical wiring inside the dust collector. Wrong value display on the control panel,
or machine malfunction could be caused.
sThe standard type dust collector has a built-in fan (exhauster). If the duct connection is made on
the exhaust side, then, do not install any fan to the piping side. To reduce the exhausting
RESISTANCEANEXHAUSTVENTILATINGFANCANBEINSTALLEDSEPARATELY(OWEVERTHISMAYCAUSE
wrong data display on the control panel.
s+EEPTHESUCTIONAIRTEMPERATUREBELOW—#
s-AINTAINANAMBIENTTEMPERATUREOFTO—#
sDo not install the dust collector at a place where it will be subject to sharp temperature
mUCTUATIONSORITMAYBEDIRECTLYEXPOSEDTOSUNLIGHTTOAVOIDDEWFORMATIONWITHINTHEELECTRICAL
equipment (control panel).
)NSTALLING$UCTING
Install the ducting between the duct source and the dust collector.
s #ONNECT THE DUCT OR HOSE TO THE SUCTION PORT &ASTEN lRMLY USING A HOSE BAND OR ANY OTHER KIND OF
clamps, preventing them from coming off.
s &LANGES FOR PIPING WAY BRANCH PIPES WAY BRANCH PIPES mANGES FOR EXHAUST DUCT ARE RESPECTIVELY
available as an option.
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s $ONOTALLOWTHEDUCTHOSETOHANGDOWNFROMTHESUCTIONPORTTOAVOIDDUSTACCUMULATIONINTHEDUCT
HOSE!LSOTOMINIMIZETHESUCTIONRESISTANCEDETERMINETHEDUCTDIAMETERACCORDINGTOTHETYPEOF
dust to be collected and take the shortest path to install the duct.
s)FYOUUSEA06#HOSEFORTHEPREVENTIONOFSTATICATTRIBUTABLEOPERATIONERRORSTAKEANTISTATICMEAsures including ground wire installation to the hose, etc. Some kinds of tubes/hoses and dust may allow easier generation of static electricity in and around the equipment in action.
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s 9OU CAN USE EITHER THE RIGHT OR LEFT SUCTION PORT (OWEVER
the unused port must be coverd with the blind cover.
#ONNECTINGTHE0OWER3UPPLY
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s#ONNECTTHEPOWERCORDTOAPHASEPOWERSUPPLYFOLLOWINGTHESTEPSGIVENBELOW-AKESURETHE
specifications of the power supply to be used meet the requirements given on the identification plate
AFlXEDTOTHEBODYUNIT0OWERSUPPLIESOFDIFFERENTSPECIlCATIONSMUSTNOTBEUSEDFORTHISMACHINE
If you desire to change the power supply specifications on the machine side, contact the dealer, or
our local office.
.#ONVERSIONFROM6(ZTO6(ZORVICEVERSAREQUIRESCHANGINGSOMESETTINGS
. Conversion to any power supply specification other than above cannot be made valid even by changing settings, for such a machine uses different parts.
s-AKESURETHATTHEGROUNDINGRESISTANCEISLESSTHAN:.
s4HEPOWERSUPPLYCONNECTIONSHOULDBECARRIEDOUTBYTHEQUALIlEDELECTRICIAN
Ԙ-AKE SURE THAT THE SPECIFICATIONS OF YOUR POWER SUPPLY TO
which the equipment is to be connected, and the power supply description on the nameplate affixed to this equipment
match closely.
Switchboard
ԙFor electric shock prevention, be sure to cut the power supply
to the switchboard (primary power supply).
Ԛ)NSTALL THE GROUND WIRE OF THE POWER CORD -AKE SURE IT AFFORDSAGROUNDINGRESISTANCEOFLESSTHAN: .
'ROUND
0OWERCORDS
ԛFasten power cord core wires other than the ground wire to
the respective terminal blocks on the switchboard (primary
power- supply).
ԜCheck for the above 1 to 4 items once again. Then, turn on
the switchboard (primary power supply).
Switchboard
ԝ!FTERTHEPOWERCONNECTIONCHECKIFTHEFANMOTORROTATESIN
the proper direction.
0OWERCORDS
In case of reverse rotation, turn off the switchboard and change the phase sequence.
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2EVERSEPHASECONNECTION
If reverse-phase connection of the power supply is detected,
THE ERROR CODE h%Rv WILL APPEAR IN THE MESSAGE WINDOW
keeping the fan from rotating. If this happens, turn off the
switchboard (primary power supply) and rework the power
CORD WIRE CONNECTION SO THAT THE h4v AND h2v PHASES WILL
change places each other. Turn the power on once again
and make sure that the error code is no more displayed in the
message window.
When changing the phase sequence, be sure to turn off
the switchboard (primary power source) before setting to
the work.
#HECKONROTATIONDIRECTION
Operate the fan to check if the motor rotates in the proper diRECTION'IVEAPUSHTOTHE;/.=SWITCHTOSTARTFANROTATION
)MMEDIATELY TURN ON THE ;/&&= SWITCH 7HEN THE FAN SLOWS
down, you can see in which direction the fan motor rotates.
4HE 0I% HAS A hROTATION DIRECTION CHECK WINDOWv AT THE
REAR OF THE MAIN FRAME 2EMOVE THE RUBBER CAP AND CHECK
rotation direction through that window.
With other models, do it through the exhaust port.
#HECKINGOFBREAKER
For safety, install a breaker on the side of the primary power supply, which meets the following
requirement:
-ODEL 4YPEOFBREAKER
"REAKERCAPACITY6POWERSUPPLY
0I%
!OROVER
NFB (molded case circuit breaker),
0I%
!OROVER
or
0I%
!OROVER
%,"GROUNDFAULTCIRCUITBREAKER
0I%
!OROVER
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#ONNECTINGTHE#OMPRESSED!IR3UPPLY
Connect the compressed air supply line to remove the accumulation of dust from the filter. If you use the
air filter, attached as an accessory, install as follows:
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s"EFORESUPPLYINGTHECOMPRESSEDAIRTOTHEINSIDEOFTHEEQUIPMENTUSETHEATTACHEDAIRlLTERTOREmove the dust, moisture, oil and other contaminants from it.
The compressed air supplied through no filter should contain metal particles, moisture, or oil, which
might adversely affect the filter life or dust collecting efficiency of the equipment.
s4HESUPPLYPRESSUREOFTHECOMPRESSEDAIRSHOULDBEREGULATEDATTO-0A
s$ONOTREMOVETHESEALINGTAPEWHITEFROMTHETIPOFTHELONGNIPPLE
s$ONOTMAKEIMPACTORAPPLYFORCEONTHEAIRlLTERFROMOUTSIDE4HEBROKENORDEFORMEDLONGNIPPLE
or air filter could be blown off away by the compressed air.
ԘConnect the long nipple (attached as an accessory) to the
com-pressed air supply port.
ԙInstall the air filter attached as an accessory. Find an arrow
MARKINDICATINGTHEAIRmOWDIRECTIONONTHETOPOFTHEAIRlLTER
#ONNECTTHEOPENENDOFTHELONGNIPPLETOTHEAIRlLTERh/54v
side, as indicated by the arrow.
ԚConnect the compressed air piping to the air filter “IN” side.
ԛ3UPPLYTHECOMPRESSEDAIRATTO-0A
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#ONNECTINGTHE-ANOMETER&OR*4YPEONLY
The evaluation of filter clogging is made on the differential pressure of the suction air between beforeand after-filtration. If the differential pressure is large, the filter should have got clogged. The manometer
ISUSEDTOMEASURETHISDIFFERENTIALPRESSURE4HE-AND5TYPEMACHINESDONOTHAVEAMONOMETER
instead they are provided with a differential pressure. The filter differential pressure is displayed in the
message window.)
;#ONNECTION=
Ԙ &ROMEITHER!OR"INSERTIONPLUGREMOVETHEHOSETHATHASCONNECTED
the manometer with the main frame.
ԙThrough the open end of the detached hose, pour water into the hose
LITTLEBYLITTLE!DJUSTSOTHATTHESTATICWATERINTHEHOSEWILLSTABILIZEAT
hv"UBBLESINWATERMAYCAUSEMEASURINGERRORS3OTAPTHEHOSE
to break them away.
Ԛ2ECONNECTANDlRMLYSECURETHEDETACHEDHOSETOTHEINSERTIONPLUG
as before.
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ԘWhen the dust collector is operated, the water level rises to point “a”
ANDDROPSTOPOINThBv!TTHISTIMETAKETHEREADINGOFTHEDIFFERENCE
(h) between these two water levels, which indicates the difference in
pressure between “a” and “b” points.
The “a”- point side is subjected to the static pressure (negative pressure) of the suction air after the filtration, and so is the “b”- point side
to that before the filtration. Therefore, the difference between the two
water levels indicates the amount of the pressure loss due to filtration.
3CALEUNIT0A
The evalution of clogging the dust collector is indicated by measurement “h” on the manometer.
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pulse jet operation period should be determined according to the filter clogging severity* which will be
checked by the manometer reading.
!LTHOUGHTHESEVERITYOFlLTERCLOGGINGVARIESACCORDINGTOTHETYPEOFDUSTTOBECOLLECTEDOROPERATINGCONDITIONSOFTHEMACHIN[email protected]HIS
TO0AASTHESTANDARD3OLONGASTHElLTERISNEWTHEPULSEJETISSOEFlCIENTINREMOVINGDUST
FROMTHElLTERTHATTHElLTERWILLBERELIEVEDFROMCLOGGING(OWEVERWITHTHEPROGRESSIVEBUILDUPOFDUST
on the filter, dust removal by pulse jet operation will be inefficient in clearing up clogging. If this happens,
it is the time to replace the filter with new one.
[email protected] VALUE GIVEN ABOVE AS THE GUIDE FOR PERIOD OF lLTER DUST REMOVAL VARIES DEPENDING ON THE TYPE OF
dust to be collected or operating conditions of the machine used. If the dust is uniquely easy to clog the
lLTERORlLTRATIONAIRmOWRATEISVERYHIGHTHEEFFECTOFDUSTREMOVALFROMTHElLTERMIGHTWEAROFFVERYRAPidly, resulting in the demand for earlier replacement of the filter. The severity of filter clogging should be
judged by each of individual users in light of their own operating conditions.
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3ETTINGFOR2EMOTE/PERATION
In addition to the operation with switches on the control panel, a remote operation through external signals is also possible with this machine. If you desire to operate the machine from a remote location,
MAKETHEFOLLOWINGCONNECTIONS!LSOMAKETHEREMOTEOPERATIONDATASETTINGEFFECTIVEACCORDINGTOTHE
setting items tabulated in the next section, since these data should have been made invalid as per specifications applied at factory shipment.
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Ԙ Turn off the switchboard (primary power supply) for safety.
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nect external operation switches to the terminal assemblies
arranged on the back of the control panel.
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ԚClose the control panel and secure it with the screw.
ԛTurn on the switchboard (primary power supply).
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Before running the machine, users should make settings for certain functions as follows from the control panel. This chapter mainly relates to settings for pulse jet operation (filter dust removal operation). Setting items
SHOULDVARYBYTHETYPEOFMACHINES5-*3EETHETABLEBELOW
Note:
Settings for remote control (at page 23) must be made before starting operation. Other settings may be provided even after the machine enters operation. If you hasten to start the machine running, you can put off the
data setting.
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The amount of the suction air can be set here. With this setTINGTHEAIRmOWISMAINTAINEDATAlXEDQUANTITYDURINGTHEOP- ٤ ˜ ˜
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(2)
—
Setting the
pulse starting
The clogged filter will decrease the collection efficiency.
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pressure (indicating filter clogging degree) at which the autoMATICDUSTREMOVALPULSEJETOPERATIONISACTIVATED3EE0
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operation
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followings:
)NTHISMODEDUSTREMOVALISCONTINUOUSLYPERFORMED
throughout the run. The operating time of the dust removal (pulse jet operation time) and its halt duration are
SETBY/.4)-%AND/&&4)-%RESPECTIVELY
4HISISTHEMODEINWHICHTHEAUTOMATICDUSTREMOVAL
(pulse jet operation) is started when the specified pulse
starting differential pressure is attained. The operating time
ANDHALTDURATIONARESETBY/.4)-%AND/&&4)-%RE
٤ ٤ ٌ
spectively.
)NTHISMODETHEAUTOMATICDUSTREMOVALPULSEJETOPERA
tion) is performed when the specified pulse starting differential pressure is attained, plus once every hour.
The operating time and halt duration are set respectively
BY/.4)-%AND/&&4)-%
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ONLYWHENTHE;05,3%=SWITCHISPRESSEDBYTHEOPERATOR
3EE0
Nn
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This sets the continued operating time of automatic dust re٤ ٤ ٤
MOVALPULSEOPERATION3EE0
Nn
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٤ ٤ ٤
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Following the start of the pulse operation, the solenoid valves
are sequentially operated to complete dust removal of all filters
٤ ٤ ٤
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differential
the filter clogging and reduce the filter differential pressure. So,
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pressure
this sets the target differential pressure that effects the autoMATICSTOPOFTHEDUSTREMOVALOPERATION3EE0
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operation
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remote operation through external signals is also possible with
٤ ٤ ٤
this machine. If you desire to perform remote operation, make
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differential
goes high. Specify the set point at which an error alarm indi٤ ٤ ˜
pressure
cating abnormality in the differential pressure is issued on the
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4HEDESIREDVALUEOFSUCTIONAIRmOWCANBEGIVENTOTHEMACHINE)FTHISVALUEISGIVENORPRESETINRESPONSE TO THE SEVERITY OF CLOGGING THE FREQUENCY WILL CHANGE BY ITSELF BETWEEN TO (Z IN ORDER TO
MAINTAINTHEAIRmOWATTHESETPOINT
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min)”. (This “display selection” screen will re-turn to the original screen if no access is made to the screen within 1 minute.
Do the next key manipulation within 1 minute.)
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If you fail to press this key, you will not be able to update the
settings. (While the setting mode prompt “
” remains
ONTHEDISPLAYIFNOINPUTISMADEINSECONDSTHESCREEN
will return to the previous one.)
Default value (m3/min) Setting range (m3/min)
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be made approximately, not absolutely, to the set point according to the operating conditions (pipe/tube diameter,
clogging state, etc.).
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Ԛ 0RESS THE 3%4 KEY OR LEAVE THE SCREEN AS IT IS FOR SECONDS 4HE SCREEN WILL RETURN TO THE PREVIOUS
screen, and after a lapse of 1 minute, make transition to the original screen.
3ETTINGTHEPULSESTARTING 5
#LOGGED lLTER WILL CAUSE A DECREASE IN THE VOLUME OF AIR INTAKE (ERE THE SETTING IS MADE TO PERFORM
automatic removal of the dust (pulse operation) from dust accumulation on the filter surface that is the
cause for lowering of air intake efficiency. Input the filter differential pressure at which the pulse operation
is made to start.
h&ILTER DIFFERENTIAL PRESSUREv IS INDICATED BY THE DIFFERENCE IN THE SUCTION AIR PRESSURE BETWEEN
BEFORE AND AFTER PASSING THROUGH THE lLTER 4HE lLTER CLOGGING GETS WORSE IN PROPORTION TO THE
SIZEOFTHISDIFFERENCE
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original screen if no access is made to this screen within
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ԙ0RESSTHE3%4KEY3ELECTTHESETVALUEUSINGKEYS
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update the settings. The setting should be made within
ARANGEOFTO0AAND0AISTHEDEFAULT)F
the default value is acceptable, no data updation is necessary. (While the setting mode prompt “
” remains on
THEDISPLAYIFNOINPUTISMADEINSECONDSTHESCREEN
will return to the previous one.)
Ԛ0RESSTHE3%4KEYORLEAVETHESCREENASITISFORSECONDS4HESCREENWILLRETURNTOTHEPREVIOUS
screen, and after a lapse of 1 minute, make transition to the original screen.
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3ETTINGTHEPULSEJETOPERATIONMODE 5-*
4HEMODEOFPULSEJETOPERATIONWHICHWILLBEPERFORMEDTODUSTOFFTHElLTERCANBESELECTEDFROM
TOMODESEXPLAINEDBELOW
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pressing on
keys until the target item appears.
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screen, if no access is made to this screen within 1 minute.
To proceed to the task, manipulate the next key within 1 minute.)
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hvISTHEDEFAULT7HILETHESETTINGMODEPROMPThv
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screen will return to the previous one.)
)N THIS MODE DUST REMOVAL IS CONTINUOUSLY PERFORMED
throughout the run. The operating time of the dust removal (pulse operation time) and its halt duration are
SETBY/.4)-%AND/&&4)-%RESPECTIVELY
(J Type default)
4HIS IS THE MODE IN WHICH THE AUTOMATIC DUST REMOVAL
(pulse operation) is started when the specified pulse
starting differential pressure is attained. The operating
TIME AND HALT DURATION ARE SET BY /.4)-% AND /&&
4)-%RESPECTIVELY
5-4YPEDEFAULT
)NTHISMODETHEAUTOMATICDUSTREMOVALPULSEOPERAtion) is performed once every an hour of operation, as
well as whenever the specified pulse starting differential pressure is attained during runs. The operating time
ANDHALTDURATIONARESETRESPECTIVELYBY/.4)-%AND
/&&4)-%
)N THIS MODE THE PULSE OPERATION IS ACTIVATED ONLY
WHENTHE;05,3%=SWITCHISPRESSEDBYTHEOPERATOR
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s)FhvSETTINGMODEISSELECTEDTHEPULSEOPERATIONWILLSTARTMINUTEAFTERTHESTARTOFMACHINERUN
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BECONSIDEREDAShvMODE
ԛ0RESSTHE%.429TOENTERTHESELECTEDMODETOTHEMEMORY)FYOUFAILTOPRESSTHISKEYYOUWILLNOTBE
able to update the mode settings.
Ԝ0RESSTHE3%4KEYORLEAVETHESCREENASITISFORSECONDS4HESCREENWILLRETURNTOTHEPREVIOUS
SCREEN WITH PROMPThNv DISPLAYED )F YOU DESIRE TO CONTINUE UPDATING THE SETTINGS FORhNv AND
subsequent items, select the target item number with
keys.
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3ETTINGh/.4)-%v 5-*
The operating hour of an automatic pulse jet operation should be set as follows. This setting will be made
EFFECTIVEWHENTHESELECTEDPULSEJETOPERATIONMODEISORSEETHEEXPLANATIONATTHEPREVIous page). The least value within the range of the setting is the default, and so, change the setting if you
desire to enhance the dust removal effect.
Ԙ0RESS THE $)30 #(!.'% KEY SEVERAL TIMES TO LOCATE ً
JUSTUNDERh-ODEv
ԙ The setting item is displayed in two digits headed by a letTERhNvLIKEhNv0RESSKEYSTODISPLAYTHETARGETITEMNUMBERhNv4HENPRESSTHE3%4KEY
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minute. If you desire to change the data, press the SET
key this while.
Ԛ0RESSKEYSTODISPLAYTHEDESIREDTIMEINARANGE
OFhvTOhvINUNITSOFMSEChvXMSEC
is the default.
(While the setting mode prompt “
” remains on the
DISPLAYIFNOINPUTISMADEINSECONDSTHESCREENWILL
return to the previous one.)
ԛ0RESSTHE%.429TOENTERTHESELECTEDTIMETOTHEMEMory. If you fail to press this key, you will not be able to update the settings.
Ԝ0RESSTHE3%4KEYORLEAVETHESCREENASITISFORSECONDS4HESCREENWILLRETURNTOTHEPREVIOUS
SCREEN WITH PROMPThNv DISPLAYED )F YOU DESIRE TO CONTINUE UPDATINGhNv AND THE SUBSEQUENT
setting items, select the next target item number with
keys.
If there is no manipulation, after 1 minute more lapse of time, the screen will make transition to the
original status screen.
– 18 –
3ETTINGh/&&4)-%v 5-*
This sets the duration of halt of dust removal (pulse operation). The setting is made effective when the
PULSEMODEEXPLAINEDINTHEPREVIOUSPAGEISSETTOhvhvORhv
Ԙ 0RESS THE $)30 #(!.'% KEY SEVERAL TIMES TO LOCATE ً
JUSTUNDERh-ODEv
ԙ The setting item is displayed in two digits headed by a letTERhNvLIKEhNv0RESSKEYSTODISPLAYTHETARGETITEMNUMBERhNv4HENPRESSTHE3%4KEY
This screen will return to the original status screen in 1
minute. If you desire to change the data, press the SET
key this while.
Ԛ0RESSKEYSTODISPLAYTHEDESIREDTIMEINARANGE
OFhvTOhvSEChvSECISTHEDEFAULT
(While the setting mode prompt “
” remains on the
DISPLAYIFNOINPUTISMADEINSECONDSTHESCREENWILL
return to the previous one.)
ԛ0RESSTHE%.429TOENTERTHESELECTEDTIMETOTHEMEMory. If you fail to press this key, you will not be able to update the settings.
Ԝ0RESSTHE3%4KEYORLEAVETHESCREENASITISFORSECONDS4HESCREENWILLRETURNTOTHEPREVIOUS
SCREEN WITH PROMPThNv DISPLAYED )F YOU DESIRE TO CONTINUE UPDATINGhNv AND THE SUBSEQUENT
items, select the next target item number with
keys.
If there is no manipulation, after 1 minute more lapse of time, the screen will make transition to the
original status screen.
– 19 –
)NTERVAL 5-*
Following the start of the pulse operation, the solenoid valves are sequentially operated to complete dust
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THEPULSEOPERATION)[email protected]
Ԙ 0RESS THE $)30,!9 3%,%#4/2 BUTTON SEVERAL TIMES TO
locate ًJUSTUNDERh-ODEv
ԙ The setting item is displayed in two digits headed by a letTERhNvLIKEhNv0RESSKEYSTODISPLAYTHETARGETITEMNUMBERhNv4HENPRESSTHE3%4KEY
This screen will return to the original status screen in 1
minute. If you desire to change the data, press the SET
key this while.
Ԛ0RESSKEYSTODISPLAYTHEDESIREDTIMEINARANGE
OFhvTOhvMINhvMINISTHEDEFAULT
(While the setting mode prompt “
” remains on the
DISPLAYIFNOINPUTISMADEINSECONDSTHESCREENWILL
return to the previous one.)
ԛ0RESSTHE%.429TOENTERTHESELECTEDTIMETOTHEMEMory. If you fail to press this key, you will not be able to update the settings.
Ԝ0RESSTHE3%4KEYORLEAVETHESCREENASITISFORSECONDS4HESCREENWILLRETURNTOTHEPREVIOUS
SCREEN WITH PROMPThNv DISPLAYED )F YOU DESIRE TO CONTINUE UPDATINGhNv AND THE SUBSEQUENT
items, select the next target item number with
keys.
If there is no manipulation, after 1 minute more lapse of time, the screen will make transition to the
original status screen.
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%NDPULSE 5-*
This setting enables the dust removal operation to be performed at the time the machine stops running.
Set the desired number of cycles of that operation.
Ԙ 0RESS THE $)30,!9 3%,%#4/2 BUTTON SEVERAL TIMES TO
locate ًJUSTUNDERh-ODEv
ԙ The setting item is displayed in two digits headed by a
LETTERhNvLIKEhNv0RESSKEYSTODISPLAYTHE
TARGETITEMNUMBERhNv4HENPRESSTHE3%4KEY
This screen will return to the original status screen in 1
minute. If you desire to change the data, press the SET
key this while.
Ԛ0RESSKEYSTODISPLAYTHEDESIREDCYCLEFREQUENCIESINARANGEOFhvTOhvCYCLEShvCYCLEIS
the default.
(While the setting mode prompt “
” remains on the
DISPLAYIFNOINPUTISMADEINSECONDSTHESCREENWILL
return to the previous one.)
ԛ 0RESS THE %.429 TO ENTER THE SELECTED CYCLE NUMBER TO
the memory. If you fail to press this key, you will not be
able to update the settings.
Ԝ0RESSTHE3%4KEYORLEAVETHESCREENASITISFORSECONDS4HESCREENWILLRETURNTOTHEPREVIOUS
SCREEN WITH PROMPThNv DISPLAYED )F YOU DESIRE TO CONTINUE UPDATINGhNv AND THE SUBSEQUENT
items, select the next target item number with
keys.
If there is no manipulation, after 1 minute more lapse of time, the screen will make transition to the
original status screen.
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sh%.$05,3%vOPERATIONWILLSTARTMINUTESAFTERTHESTOPOFTHEMACHINERUN
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3ETTINGTHEPULSESTOPTARGETDIFFERENTIALPRESSURE 5This setting enables automatic stop of the pulse jet operation. Enter the amount of filter differential pressure to be deducted from the pulse-jet-operation starting differential pressure value in order to effect
PULSEJETOPERATIONSTOP&OREXAMPLEIFTHEPULSEJETOPERATIONSTARTINGDIFFERENTIALPRESSUREIS0A
AND THIS SETTING IS 0A THE PULSEJETOPERATION WILL AUTOMATICALLY STOP WHEN THE DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE
BECOMES0A.ORMALLYUSETHEDEFAULTVALUEh0Av
Ԙ 0RESS THE $)30,!9 3%,%#4/2 BUTTON SEVERAL TIMES TO
locate ًJUSTUNDERh-ODEv
ԙ The setting item is displayed in two digits headed by a
LETTERhNvLIKEhNv0RESSKEYSUNTILTHETARGET
ITEM NUMBER hNv APPEARS ON THE SCREEN 0RESS THE
SET key.
This screen will return to the original status screen in 1 minute. If you desire to change the data,
press the SET key this while.
Ԛ0RESSKEYSTODISPLAYTHEDESIREDPRESSUREVALUE
RANGINGhvTOhv0Ahv0AISTHEDEFAULT
(While the setting mode prompt “
” remains on the
DISPLAYIFNOINPUTISMADEINSECONDSTHESCREENWILL
return to the previous one.)
ԛ0RESSTHE%.429TOENTERTHESELECTEDPRESSUREVALUETO
the memory. If you fail to press this key, you will not be
able to update the settings.
Ԝ0RESSTHE3%4KEYORLEAVETHESCREENASITISFORSECONDS4HESCREENWILLRETURNTOTHEPREVIOUS
SCREEN WITH PROMPThNv DISPLAYED )F YOU DESIRE TO CONTINUE UPDATINGhNv AND THE SUBSEQUENT
items, select the next target item number with
keys.
If there is no manipulation, after 1 minute more lapse of time, the screen will make transition to the
original status screen.
– 22 –
3ETTINGTHEREMOTEOPERATION 5-*
In addition to the operation with switches on the control panel, a remote operation through external signals is also possible with this machine. If you desire to perform remote operation, make this setting effective.
Ԙ 0RESS THE $)30,!9 3%,%#4/2 BUTTON SEVERAL TIMES TO
locate ًJUSTUNDERh-ODEv
ԙ The setting item is displayed in two digits headed by a
LETTERhNvLIKEhNv0RESSKEYSUNTILTHETARGET
ITEM NUMBER hNv APPEARS ON THE SCREEN 0RESS THE
SET key. This screen will return to the original status
screen in 1 minute. If you desire to change the data,
press the SET key this while.
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OFF) is the default.
(While the setting mode prompt “
” remains on the
DISPLAYIFNOINPUTISMADEINSECONDSTHESCREENWILL
return to the previous one.)
ԛ0RESSTHE%.429TOENTERABOVESETTINGTOTHEMEMORY)F
you fail to press this key, you will not be able to update the
setting.
Ԝ0RESSTHE3%4KEYORLEAVETHESCREENASITISFORSECONDS4HESCREENWILLRETURNTOTHEPREVIOUS
SCREENWITHPROMPThNvDISPLAYED4HEREISMINUTEMORELAPSEOFTIMEANDTHESCREENWILLMAKE
transition to the original status screen.
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3ETTINGTHEABNORMALlLTERDIFFERENTIALPRESSURE 5If the filter differential pressure increases exceedingly, an error indication (Er 13) is given on the display.
3PECIFYTHESETPOINTATWHICHTHEERRORDISPLAYISSTARTED4HEINITIALVALUEHASBEENSETTO0A)FTHE
error indication is displayed repeatedly even after the execution of the pulse operation, it should be taken
as an indication of the time for filter replacement.
* “Filter differential pressure” is indicated by the difference in the suction air pressure between before and
after passing through the filter. The filter clogging gets worse in proportion to the numerical value of this
difference.
Ԙ0RESSTHE$)30#(!.'%KEYSEVERALTIMESTOLOCATEً
JUSTUNDERh-ODEv
ԙ The setting item is displayed in two digits headed by a letter
hNvLIKEhNv0RESSKEYSUNTILTHETARGETITEM
NUMBERhNvAPPEARSONTHESCREEN0RESSTHE3%4KEY
This screen will return to the original status screen in 1
minute. If you desire to change the data, press the SET key
this while.
Ԛ0RESSKEYSTODISPLAYTHEDESIREDPRESSUREVALUE
RANGINGhvTOhv¾0Ahv¾0AISTHEDE
fault. (While the setting mode prompt “
“ remains on the
DISPLAYIFNOINPUTISMADEINSECONDSTHESCREENWILL
return to the previous one.)
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you fail to press this key, you will not be able to update the
setting.
Ԝ0RESSTHE3%4KEYORLEAVETHESCREENASITISFORSECONDS4HESCREENWILLRETURNTOTHEPREVIOUS
SCREENWITHPROMPThNvDISPLAYED4HEREISMINUTEMORELAPSEOFTIMEANDTHESCREENWILLMAKE
transition to the original status screen.
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of these may impede the proper operation of the safety device (operational fault/error detection device).
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s .EVERALLOWTHEFOLLOWINGSUBSTANCESTOGETINTOTHEDUSTCOLLECTOR
s %XPLOSIVE FLAMMABLE POWDER !LUMINUM MAGNESIUM TITANIUM EPOXY
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s !SHES#IGARETTEBUTTSASHESETC
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s /THER7ATEROILANDCHEMICALETC
These substances could cause fires or explosions.
s .EVERINSTALLTHEDUSTCOLLECTORINHAZARDOUSAREASCLASSORACCORDINGTO
*APANESESTANDARDS
Doing so may result in fire or explosion.
s .EVERUSETHEDUSTCOLLECTORINORNEARAREASWHEREITWILLBEEXPOSEDTOmAMMABLEORCORROSIVEMISTSMOKEFUMESORGASESORWHEREEXPLOSIVEmAMMABLEDUSTISPRESENTINTHEAIR
Doing so may result in fire or explosion.
s .EVERTOUCHTHEPOWERCABLEWITHWETHANDSWHENCONNECTINGORDISCONNECTING
IT
This could cause electric shock.
s .EVERALLOWTHEPOWERCABLETOGETDAMAGEDORBROKEN.EVERPLACEHEAVYITEMS
ONTHEPOWERCABLEORBENDITEXCESSIVELY
This could also cause fire or electric shock.
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s TURNOFFTHEPOWERIMMEDIATELY
s USEAlREEXTINGUISHINGAGENTSUITABLEFORDUST
s EVEN AFTER THE lRE IS OUT DONT OPEN THE DOOR UNTIL THE INTERNAL TEMPERATURE
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s.EVER OPERATE THE DUST COLLECTOR WITH THE INTAKE AND EXHAUST PORTS CLOSED OR
BLOCKED
This could cause a fire due to overheating.
s )FABNORMALNOISESFUMESVIBRATIONSSMELLSOROVERHEATINGAREDETECTEDDURINGOPERATIONTURNOFFTHEPRIMARYPOWERATONCE
Continuing to operate the dust collector could cause damage, electric shock or fire.
s )FTHEMOTORSTOPSDURINGOPERATIONTURNOFFTHEPRIMARYPOWERATONCE
Failure to do this could cause electric shock.
– 26 –
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Failure to do this could cause electric shock.
s+EEPTHEINLETAIRTEMPERATUREBETWEEN—#AND—#
Failure to do so may result in a fault.
3TARTAND3TOPOFTHE/PERATION
To start the machine operation, press the ON switch on the
control panel.
To stop the machine from running, press the OFF switch.
During running, the pulse operation (filter dust removal) is
performed automatically. See the previous chapter for setting the pulse operation.
Empty out the collected dust from the bucket every day after the run. See “(1) Discharging the Collected Dust” in the next chapter.
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(m3/min)
ٌ0
0A
0S
0A
!IRmOW
2EMARKS
5-TYPE
$IFFERENTIALBETWEENTHETWOSTATICPRESSURES5-TYPE
before and after passing through the filter
3TATICPRESSUREBEFOREPASSINGTHROUGH
the filter
5-TYPE
5-TYPE
I
!
T
(hour)
Er
Current value
2UNHOURS
Error number display
-ODE
Note) If the voltage specification applied to the maCHINE IS OTHER THAN 6
(Z OR 6 (Z
the motor amperage (I) indicated with a bar, instead
of numerals.
-ODEDISPLAY
– 28 –
See the next section.
5SEWHENSETTING
data.
-ESSAGE$ISPLAY
During the run, if any fault or error message appears in the message window, take the appropriate collecTIVEACTIONFOLLOWINGTHEINSTRUCTIONSGIVENBELOW!NYCHECKORINSPECTIONONTHISMACHINEMUSTALWAYS
be done with the power turned off and in the protective wear to ensure your safety.
N,ISTOF-ESSAGE$ISPLAY)NNORMALOPERATIONANDWHEN#(%#+LAMPISLIT
Display !LARMCONTENT Check
,AMP 5 - *
#ORRECTIVEACTION
Normally, the message window displays operation status
(see the previous page).
OFF ٤ ٤ ٤
Er --
Normal
s 4HEPHASEPOWERSUPPLYISCONNECTEDINTHEWRONGPHASE
sequence.
o 2EWORKTHEPOWERCORDWIRECONNECTIONSTOCHANGETHEh4vAND
h2vPHASESEQUENCESEACHOTHER3EE0
s .OPULSESIGNALISBEINGOUTPUT
o Stop the compressed air supply and check by the sound (clickclack) that all solenoid valves (pilot valves) are working properly.
2EVERSEROTATION
of fan motor
%R
Insufficient
%R
air pressure
s Filter dust removal (pulse jet) function does not go on because
of insufficient pressure in the compressed air.
o #HECKTHATTHECOMPRESSEDAIRPRESSUREISMAINTAINEDATTO
-0A
o Check the compressed air piping for any loose or disconnected
horse or duct.
ON
٤ ٤ ٤
ON
٤ ٤ ˜
s 4HEDUCTORSUCTIONPORTISALMOSTCOMPLETELYBLOCKEDUPWITH
dirt or foreign matters.
%R $UCTBLOCKING o 2EMOVEDIRTORFOREIGNMATTERSFROMINSIDEOFDUCTORSUCTIONPORT s 4HESUCTIONSIDEDAMPERFORAIRmOWCONTROLISCLOSED
o Check and see if it is closed.
/. ٤ ٤ ˜
s "ADCONTACTSINELECTRICALWIRING
%R !IRmOWSENSOR
o#HECKFORANYDISLOCATED#.CONNECTOR
ON
٤ ٤ ˜
s $)0SWITCHSETTINGHASBEENCHANGEDONTHECIRCUITBOARD
%R -ODELSETTING o#ONTACT!MANOORYOURDEALEROF!MANOSREPRESENTATIVEFOR the revised setting guide and follow the given instructions .
/. ٤ ٤ ٤
!NEXTERNALSIGNALALARMISGENERATED
%R %XTERNALERROR
o2EMOVETHECAUSE
ON
ٌ ٌ ٌ
!NEXTERNALSIGNALALARMISGENERATED
%R %XTERNALERROR
o2EMOVETHECAUSE
ON
ٌ ٌ ٌ
.OTE %RWILLNOTBEDISPLAYED
Note) ٤ : Displayed ˜: Not displayed ٌ : Displayed if the external input terminal (option) is in use.
– 29 –
N,ISTOF-ESSAGE$ISPLAY7HEN).30%#4LAMPISLIT
Display !LARMCONTENT %R &ANOVERLOAD
#ORRECTIVEACTION
s &AULTINTHEINVERTERFOR5TYPE
o Check the inverter for any fault.
s /VERLOADTOFANMOTORFOR-*TYPE
5 - *
٤ ٤ ٤
o2EMOVETHECAUSEOFOVERLOADTOTHEFANMOTOR
%R
0ILOTVALVE
Er 11
ٌ 0SENSOR
%R
0SSENSOR
!BNORMALlLTER
Er 13
differential
pressure
s 3OMEOFPULSESIGNALSARENOTBEINGOUTPUT
o Check and ensure by the sound (click-clack) that all solenoid valves
(pilot valves) are working properly.
s &AULTORFAILUREINSOLENOIDVALVESPILOTVALVESORDIAPHRAGMVALVES
was detected.
o Check for loose connection, disconnection and contact error of connectors.
٤ ٤ ˜
s The before/after-filter differential pressure is abnormally high/low.
o Check if the filter is installed properly.
o Check if the filter is free of damage or defects.
o Check if the pressure detection tube is free of dislocation, breakage,
cuts, or abnormality.
o Check for absence of obstacles in the way of air intake.
٤ ٤ ˜
s 4HESTATICPRESSUREBEFORElLTRATIONISABNORMALLYHIGHLOW
o Check if lines (duct, hoses) are installed properly.
o Check if the pressure detection tube is free of dislocation, breakage,
cuts, or abnormality.
o Check for absence of obstacles in the way of air out.
٤ ٤ ˜
s !BNORMALDIFFERENCEINPRESSUREBETWEENmOWSBEFORElLTRATIONAND
after-filtration (when the filter differential pressure reads a value higher
than the set point to start error indication)
٤ ٤ ˜
o Execute pulse operation to remove dust from the filter.
o Dispose of the dust from the bucket.
o Carry out filter replacement.
!NEXTERNALSIGNALALARMISGENERATED
%R %XTERNALERROR
o2EMOVETHECAUSE
!NEXTERNALSIGNALALARMISGENERATED
%R %XTERNALERROR
o2EMOVETHECAUSE
ٌ ٌ ٌ
ٌ ٌ ٌ
Note) ٤ : Displayed ˜: Not displayed ٌ : Displayed if the external input terminal (option) is in use.
.OTE%RWILLNOTBEDISPLAYED
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$UST2EMOVALFROMTHE&ILTER
!PUSHONTHE05,3%SWITCHONTHECONTROLPANELWILLCARRYOUTDUSTREMOVALFROMAROUNDTHElLTER
#!54)/.
s"EFORE PRESSING THE 05,3% SWITCH MAKE SURE THE FILTER INSPECTION COVER IS CLOSED )F THE SWITCH
should be pressed with the cover open, the dust removed off the filter by the pulse jet would scatter
outwards through that opening.
0RESS THE 05,3% SWITCH 4HIS ACTIVATES THE hPULSE JETv TO
carry out dust removal from the filter. (The switch is operable
regardless of the ON/OFF state of the fan motor.)
!TAPRESSONTHE05,3%SWITCHONECOMPLETECYCLEOFTHE
“pulse jet” operation is performed, during which time the
PROMPTh0-vREMAINS/.INTHEMESSAGEWINDOW
0ULSERUNINDICATOR
&ILTER$UST#LOGGING3EVERITY
The severity of filter clogging may be judged from the state of restoration of differential pressure read by
the manometer or indicated in the message window just after the execution of dust removal from the filter.
*TYPE
5-TYPE
-ANOMETER READINGS OF
@HINDICATETHESEVERITIES
of filter clogging.
Judgment is made by the △ 0VALUEIN0A
indicated on the message window.
The severity of filter clogging varies according to the type of dust to be collected and operation conditions
OFTHEMACHINEUSED9OUMAYUSETHEFOLLOWINGCRITERIATOMAKEITSJUDGMENT
/NTHENORMALOPERATINGCONDITIONTHElLTERSHOULDBEDUSTEDOFFWHENTHEVALUEOFä[email protected]
0AASTHESTANDARD3OLONGASTHElLTERISNEWTHEPULSEJETISSOEFlCIENTINREMOVINGDUSTFROM
THElLTERTHATTHElLTERWILLBERELIEVEDFROMCLOGGING(OWEVERWITHTHEPROGRESSIVEBUILDUPOFDUSTONTHE
filter, dust removal by pulse jet operation will be inefficient in clearing up clogging. If this happens, it is
the time to replace the filter with new one.
[email protected]EPENDINGONTHETYPEOF
dust to be collected or operating conditions of the machine used. If the dust is uniquely easy to clog the
lLTERORlLTRATIONAIRmOWRATEISVERYHIGHTHEEFFECTOFDUSTREMOVALFROMTHElLTERMIGHTWEAROFFVERY
rapidly, resulting in the demand for earlier replacement of the filter. The severity of filter clogging should
be judged by each of individual users in light of their own operating conditions.
– 31 –
2ESETOF4HERMAL2ELAY
If the motor is overloaded, the thermal relay may trip to bring a stop to the motor. In that case, reset it as
follows:
#!54)/.
s)NCASESTHEMACHINECANNOTBERESTOREDTONORMALOPERATIONBYRESETTINGORCURRENTINTERRUPTIONIS
OFTENCAUSEDBYTHETRIPOFTHERMALRELAYCONTACT!MANOORYOURDEALEROF!MANOREPRESENTATIVE
s)F THE CAUSE OF THE THERMAL RELAY TRIPS SHOULD BE ATTRIBUTABLE TO ANY OTHER FACTORS THAN THIS MACHINE
conduct an on-the-spot current/voltage investigation by the qualified electrician on your side.
;-*TYPE=
Ԙ Turn off the switchboard (primary power supply) for safety.
ԙ Open the control panel.
Ԛ Check the electrical wiring for any defects or connection
error (and remove the cause of thermal relay trip).
!FTER THAT PRESS THE THERMAL RELAY RESET BUTTON PROVIDED
on the electromagnetic switch box.
ԛ Close the control panel and secure with the screw.
Ԝ Turn on the switchboard (primary power supply). Then,
press the ON switch on the control panel to run the machine for operational test. Check for abnormal sound,
overheat, malfunction, etc.
;5TYPE=
Ԙ Turn off the switchboard (primary power supply). Check
the electrical wiring for any defects or connection error (and
remove the cause of thermal relay trip).
ԙ7AITFORSECONDSORSO4URNONTHEPOWERONCEAGAIN
This will cause the inverter thermal relay to reset.
Ԛ0RESSTHE/.34!24SWITCHONTHECONTROLPANELTORUN
the machine for operational test. Check for abnormal
sound, overheat, malfunction, etc.
– 32 –
-!).4%.!.#%
-AKESURETOREADANDUNDERSTANDTHEFOLLOWINGDANGERSWARNINGSANDCAUTIONSBEFOREPERFORMINGMAINTEnance.
$!.'%2
s$ONOTPUTYOURHANDSINTHEROTATINGPARTOFTHEROTARYVALVE
Disobedience to this caution could cause you to suffer a serious injury.
s$ONOTREMOVETHEPROTECTIVECOMPONENTDISCHARGEPIPECHAINCOVERFROMTHE
ROTATINGPART
Disobedience to this caution could cause a serious personal injury to occur.
7!2.).'
s#LEAN THE EQUIPMENT PERIODICALLY TO PREVENT BUILDUP OF DUSTS INSIDE AND OUTSIDEANDINSIDETHEPIPING
Ignition source put in the dust accumulation could cause a fire to occur.
s$ISPOSEOFTHECOLLECTEDDUSTEVERYDAYANDNEVERBUILDUPWITHINTHEDUSTCOLLECTOR
Neglecting this caution may prevent the machine from functioning normally and the ignition source put in the dust accumulation could ignite a fire.
#!54)/.
s7HEN lTTING IN OR TAKING OFF THE lLTER INSPECTION COVER GRIP THE COVER HANDLES
WITHBOTHHANDSTOPREVENTTHEFALLOFTHECOVER
If the cover should fall, it could do a person injury.
s 7HENCARRYINGOUTMAINTENANCEWORKSUCHASlLTERREPLACEMENTANDDUSTDISCHARGEPUTONAPPROPRIATEPROTECTIVEWEAR
Otherwise, you could get hurt during the work.
s "EFOREDOINGINSPECTIONORMAINTENANCEWORKALWAYSTURNOFFTHEPRIMARYPOWERTOTHEDUSTCOLLECTOR
Failure to do this could cause electric shock.
– 33 –
$ISCHARGINGTHECOLLECTEDDUST
;3TANDARDBUCKETTYPE=
!TTHEENDOFEVERYWORKINGDAYTHECOLLECTEDDUSTSHOULDBEDISCHARGEDFROMTHEMACHINEINSIDE)FTHIS
caution is not observed and an ignition source is put in the accumulation of dust, a fire can be caused to
occur.
The discharged dust, then, should be disposed of appropriately according to your in-company rule or the
related local regulations.
Ԙ0RESSTHE;/&&=STOPSWITCHANDWAITFORAPPROXIMATELY
minutes until the motor stops completely.
ԙ 0RESS THE 05,3% SWITCH TO START THE FILTER DUST REMOVAL
operation. In case “end pulse” function is set on, wait until
the “end pulse” dust removal operation is finished.
h0-vISDISPLAYEDWHILETHE
pulse operation is in progress.
Ԛ For a while wait until the dust scattering inside the unit is
settled down.
ԛ 5NDO THE CATCH CLIPS RETAINING THE BUCKET COVER AT BOTH
sides.
Ԝ Turn the bucket lift handle to the right and pull out the
bucket to your side.
ԝ Discharge the dust in the bucket. If you use a dust-pack (an
option), discharge the dust and pack all together.
Bucket lifting handle
The discharged dust should be disposed of appropriately
according to your in-company rule or the related local
regulations.
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Ԟ !FTER THE DISCHARGE OF DUST MOUNT THE EMPTY BUCKET ON
the lift panel and push them deep into the main frame until
they hit against the stopper.
If you desire to put in the dust-pack (an option), spread it
uniformly on the entire bottom and internal side surfaces
of the bucket, and turn down its four edges outwards
along the external side surfaces of the bucket.
ԟ Turn up the bucket lift handle to the left to secure the
bucket.
Ԡ Fit the hole in the bucket cover to the bucket cover receiver of the main frame.
ԡ While pressing the bucket cover against the main frame,
secure it with the catch clips.
;2OTARYVALVEDISCHARGER=
Depending on the specifications of the main body, some machines are provided with the rotary valve type
automatic discharger. When operating such a machine, never put your hand(s) in the rotating part of the
rotary valve discharger. Neglecting this caution could lead you to suffer a serious injury.
Important!
The discharge pipe is provided with a metal grating for safety.
(OWEVER ACCORDING TO THE SPECIFICATIONS SOME DISCHARGER
does not have a discharge pipe, and some, although having the
discharge pipe, may not have the grating. With such types, the
operator’s hand can easily reach the rotating part of the valve,
which is very dangerous.
Never put the hand in the rotating part of the discharger.
Do not remove the
discharge pipe.
Do not put the hand in the rotating part.
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)NSPECTIONAND2EPLACEMENTOF&ILTER
The filter should be periodically inspected and replaced. The standard interval between replacements is
TOYEARS3UBJECTTOCHANGEDEPENDINGONTHEKINDSIZEOFTHEDUSTTOBECOLLECTEDANDMACHINES
working environment. If the filter gets clogged earlier, replace immediately.) If you find any torn, broken
or worn-out part in the filter, immediately replace it with new one.
#!54)/.
Follow the instructions below. Neglecting these cautions can cause breakdown of products or deterirate
their efficiency.
s$ONOTOPERATETHEMACHINEWITHTHElLTERREMOVED
s&IRMLYSECURETHElLTERWITHWINGNUTS
s7HENPERFORMINGlLTERREPLACEMENTALWAYSCHANGEALLlLTERSATTHESAMETIME)FNEWANDOLDlLTERS
or different types of filters, are used together in an operation, new or some specific filters may get
clogged up earlier due to non-uniform losses of the filter pressure.
Ԙ0RESSTHE;/&&=STOPSWITCHANDWAITFORAPPROXIMATELY
minutes until the motor stops completely.
ԙ0RESSTHE05,3%SWITCHTOCARRYOUTTHElLTERDUSTREMOVal operation. In case “end pulse” function is set on, wait
until the “end pulse” dust removal operation is finished.
Ԛ2EMOVETHESTARKNOBBOLTSRETAININGTHElLTERINSPECTION
cover. Open the inspection cover.
.OTE
s,OOSENTHESTARKNOBBOLTSWHILEHOLDINGTHECOVERINPLACETOAVOIDTHEFALLOFTHECOVER
s'RIPBOTHHANDLESlRMLYWITHYOURHANDSANDDETACHTHECOVERFROMTHEMAINBODYWITHDUECARE
NOTTOLETITFALLONYOURFOOT
s+EEPTHEDETACHEDCOVERINASAFEPLACEWHEREIT
WILLNOTBEOBSTACLETOYOURWORK
ԛ2EMOVEWINGNUTSSECURINGTHElLTERFRAME0ULLOUTTHE
filter and filter frame all together to your side.
Ԝ Take the filter out of the filter frame to inspect or replace
WITHANEWONE2EPEATUNTILALLlLTERSAREREPLACED
#!54)/.
Dispose of the used filter in the manner conforming to
your rule or the related local regulations.
ԝ Insert the filter frame between rails and push in deeply
until the rails’ ends hang on the support at the back of the
main frame.
– 36 –
Ԟ Secure the filter frame with the wing nut.
If the wing nuts are not tightened sufficiently, the dust may leak.
ԟ Insert the hook on the cover support of the main frame in
the hole in the filter inspection cover.
.OTE
s (OLD THE lLTER INSPECTION COVER BY GRASPING BOTH
HANDLESANDPUTITONTHECOVERSUPPORT
s#HECKIFTHESUPPORTHOOKSARESETINTHEHOLESIN
THElLTERINSPECTIONCOVER
Ԡ While pressing the filter inspection cover against the main
frame, secure with the star knob bolt.
.OTE
s 3ECURE THE INSPECTION COVER WITH STAR KNOB BOLTS
WHILE HOLDING THE COVER AGAINST THE MAIN BODY
WITHTHEHANDTOAVOIDTHEFALLOFTHECOVER
Turn each star knob bolt clockwise
to secure.
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-AINTENANCEOF$UST2EMOVAL#OMPONENTS
s$RAINTHEAIRlLTERPERIODICALLY#HECKTHEDRAINAMOUNTTHROUGHTHEAIRlLTERINSPECTIONWINDOW
s$RAINTHEHEADERPIPEANDDODIAPHRAGMMAINTENANCEONEORTWOTIMESAYEAR
;$RAININGTHEAIRlLTER=
The drain amount is variable according to the working conditions of the machine.
Ԙ 0REPARE A DRAIN PAN AND LAY IT UNDER THE DRAIN HOSE SO
that the hose nozzle will be open against the pan.
ԙ Turn the knob in the lower part of the air filter to let the
drain out into the pan.
Carefully do this, since the drain may scatter off by the
compressed air pressure.
Ԛ!FTERMAKINGSURETHATTHEAIRlLTERISCOMPLETELYDRAINED
out, turn the knob in the lower portion to the right to close
the drain port.
– 38 –
;$RAININGTHEHEADERPIPE=
!LTHOUGHTHEDRAINAMOUNTMAYVARYDEPENDINGONYOUROPERATINGCONDITIONSTHEHEADERPIPESHOULDBE
drained periodically (once or twice a year, or so).
Ԙ 0RESS THE /&& 34/0 SWITCH 7AIT FOR APPROXIMATELY minute until the fan motor rotation makes a complete stop.
ԙ Stop the supply of the compressed air.
Ԛ /PERATE THE PULSE JET SEVERAL TIMES USING THE 05,3%
switch, to remove the pressure from inside the header
pipe.
ԛ0REPAREADRAINPANANDPLACEITUNDERTHEDRAINPORT
Ԝ2EMOVETHEDRAINBOLTSLOWLYUSINGAHEXAGONWRENCHTO
let the drain out.
ԝ !FTER COMPLETING DRAINAGE OPERATION TAPE THE DRAIN BOLT
with new sealing tape, put it in the drain port and tighten
firmly.
Ԟ3UPPLYTHECOMPRESSEDAIRUNDERAGIVENPRESSUREOF
TO-0A
ԟ0RESSTHE05,3%SWITCHTOCHECKTHEPULSEJETWORKING
;-AINTENANCEOFDIAPHRAGMVALVES=
s 4HEDIAPHRAGMVALVESWITHAPILOTVALVEINSTALLEDTOTHISMACHINESHOULDBECHECKEDANDSERVEDONCE
or twice a year.
s )TISRECOMMENDEDTOMAKEAPERIODICINSPECTIONTHEDIAPHRAGMRUBBERPORTIONINTHEDIAPHRAGMVALVE
of once a year.
s &ORFURTHERINFORMATIONCONTACT!MANOORYOURDEALEROF!MANOREPRESENTATIVE
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.UMBEROFPILOTVALVESPCS
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s!LLCOMMONTO5-AND*TYPES
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s-ANOMETER INSTALLATION IS AVAILABLE
on J type only.
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(Some par ts in operation panel
unique to J type excepted)
s-ANOMETER INSTALLATION IS AVAILABLE
on J type only.
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(Some par ts in operation panel
unique to J type excepted)
s-ANOMETER INSTALLATION IS AVAILABLE
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(Some par ts in operation panel
unique to J type excepted)
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To ensure safety, if a fault or error is detected during operation, turn off the power supply before everything.
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4ROUBLEPROBLEM
#AUSE
2EMEDY
4HE/.34!24SWITCHWAS
pressed, but the machine will not go on.
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q3INGLEPHASEOPERATIONISBEING
q2EPLACETHEPOWERCORD
performed due to the disconnection
of core wire(s) of the power cord.
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starting up.
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because filter inspection cover is
OPENEDOROFOTHERCAUSES
3UDDENSTOPOFOPERATION
q4HETHERMALRELAYHASTRIPPEDDUE q3TABILIZETHEPOWERSUPPLYVOLTAGE
to the drop of power supply voltage. and reset the thermal relay.
q4HESWITCHBOARDISTURNEDOFF
q7AITUNTILTHEPOWERISRECOVERED
q2EPLACETHEPOWERCORD
q#HECKTHEPOWERSUPPLYSOURCE
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q2EMOVETHElLTERDUSTBYPALSEJET
q4HESUCTIONPORTHOSEORDUCTIS
clogged.
q4HElLTERINSPECTIONCOVERISOPEN
q4HElLTERHASGOTEXPIRED
q2EMOVEDIRTANDDUSTWITHWHICHTHE
suction port, hose or duct is clogged up.
q#LOSETHElLTERINSPECTIONCOVER
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lected dust.
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is supplied from the power source.
meets the specification.
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Inspection point
(OOD
Duct/hose
Internal/external
surfaces of
main body
Daily
1. Discharge collected dust from the bucket every day.
The discharged dust should be disposed of according to your in-company rule or related regula
tions by the local government.
٤
Filter
-ETHODANDCONTENTS
1. Check if these are properly installed. If any defect
is found, correct and remedy.
2. Check for any broken or deformed part. If any,
REPAIRORREPLACEWITHNEWONE
3. Check the interior of duct, hose or hood for any
ACCUMULATIONOFDUST2EMOVETHEDUSTDIRTAWAY
at need, and re-arrange lines for the pre vention of
such dust accumulation.
#LEANTHEINTERIOREXTERIOROFTHEMAINBODYAND
interior of the duct thoroughly to remove dust ac
cumulations.
٤
Bucket
Inspection frequency
7EEKLY -ONTHLY 9EARLY ٤
1. Open the filter inspection cover to check the filter
INSTALLATIONFORANYDEFECTS2EMEDYIFANY
2. Open the filter inspection cover to check for any
broken or damaged part, or cleanliness.
Broken parts or filters with accumulation of sticky
dust must be replaced.
1. Check for breakage/deterioration of power cord, or
defects in wire connection. If the core wire is ex
posed through the tear in the covering, immedi
ately replace the cord.
2. Check the power plug for any breakage or defor
mation.
0OWERCORD
٤
!IRlLTER
٤
1. Drain the filter.
(EADERPIPE
٤
1. Drain once or twice every year.
٤
2EPLACEONCEORTWICEEVERYYEAR
Diaphragm valve
Dust leak from
exhaust port
-OTOR
٤
1. Check that if any dust leaks from the exhaust. If
any, check the filter and replace at need.
The motor needs inspection and maintenance service every 2 or 3 years of operation.
#ONTACT!MANOORYOURDEALEROF!MANOSREPRESENTATIVES
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275 Mamedo Kohoku, Yokohama, Japan 222-8558
TEL.:+81-45-401-1508 FAX.:+81-45-439-1151
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