Contents Contents Safety precautions ..................5 Dimension sketch ..................7 Technical data ....................8 Setup ......................11 Door ......................14 Special installation ...................16 Exhaust system ..................17 Installation Steam installation ................22 Gas installation ...................23 Electric installation ................31 Function check ..................39 Option: Adaptor for direct fresh-air intake ..........40 The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes to design and component specifications.
Safety Precautions Safety Precautions Do not dry unwashed items in the machine The machine is not to be used if industrial chemicals have been used for cleaning. Do not allow minors to use the machine. Do not hose down the machine with water. The machine's door lock must under no circumstances be bypassed.
Technical data Technical data, T4290 Heating Electric Steam Drum volume: 286 litres 286 litres 286 litres Weight: 220 kg 220 kg 220 kg Drum: Diameter 680 mm 680 mm 680 mm Depth 790 mm 790 mm 790 mm Revolutions per minute...
Technical data Technical data, T4530 Heating Electric Steam Drum volume: 28 litres 28 litres 28 litres Weight: Net 00 kg 40 kg 00 kg Drum: Diameter 91 mm 91 mm 91 mm Depth 812 mm 812 mm 812 mm Revolutions per minute 40 rpm 40 rpm 40 rpm G-factor 0.8 0.8 Load: 2 kg 2 kg 2 kg Motor: Effect 2 x 0. kW 2 x 0. kW 2 x 0. kW...
Technical data Technical data, T4650 Heating Electric Steam Drum volume: 60 litres 60 litres 60 litres Weight: Net 40 kg 4 kg 2 kg Drum: Diameter 91 mm 91 mm 91 mm Depth 998 mm 998 mm 998 mm Revolutions per minute 44 rpm 44 rpm 44 rpm G-factor 0.9 0.9 Load: kg kg kg Motor: Effect of drum motor 0. kW 0. kW 0. kW...
Setup Setup T4290, T4530 Unpacking When unpacking the machine, handle it with care. There are no transport clamps. Positioning Fig. 1 Position the tumble dryer so there is plenty of working room, both for the user and for the service technician. The distance from the wall or other equipment behind the tumble dryer should be at least 00 mm and the space at the sides at least 10 mm. Note that for servicing purposes access to the rear of the tumble dryer is required. Mechanical installation Max. 50 mm Fig. 2 Adjust the machine to make it stand horizontally and stably on all four feet. The max. height adjustment of the feet is 1 mm. Min.150 mm A - A...
Setup Setup T4650 Unpacking When unpacking the machine, handle it with care. There are no transportation brackets to remove. Fig. 1 From factory the dryer is equipped with 4 supporting feet A. Remove the dryer from the pallet At least two people are required to remove the dryer from the pallet. The tumble dryer is fastened to the pallet by transportation screws. 1. Open filter door. Remove the 2 transporta- tion screws by the front. 2. Remove the bottom back plate. Remove transportation screw by the back plate. Mount back plate. . Place a 1 1/2” steel pipe at the back of the dryer as shown in fig. 2. 4. Stand behind the dryer and tilt it forward. When the dryer rises from the pallet push the pipe under the dryer, fig. . . Push the dryer from the front so that it hangs off of the back edge of the pallet, fig. 4.
Setup Setup T4650 Positioning Fig. 1 Position the tumble dryer so that there is plenty of room for working, both for the user and for the service technician. The distance from the wall or other equipment behind the tumble dryer should be at least 00 mm and the space at the sides at least 10 mm. Note that for servicing purposes, access to the rear of the tumble dryer is required. Mechanical installation Fig. 2 Adjust the machine to make it stand horizontally and stably on all four feet. The max. height adjustment of the feet is 1 Max. 50 mm Min.150 mm A - A...
Door Reversing the door The dryer is usually delivered with a right hinged door but the door can be changed to left hinged position, as illustrated below, or vice versa. Door reversal instructions 1. Disconnect the power supply to the dryer. 2. Dismount the door. . Dismount locking unit A, fig. 1. 4. Remove the screws that secure the centre front panel to the dryer and remove the entire panel. . Disconnect the door switch wires B and move them to the opposite side of the dryer, fig. 2. Pull the wires through opening C and down through opening D. Also remember to move the bushing and mount it in opening D, fig. & 4. 6. Dismount the bracket with switch and turn it 180°. Note! When turning the bracket the wires are facing downwards. Lead them upwards towards the operating panel and fasten them with cable strips. . Mount the bracket with switch on the left side and connect the wires as before. To be continued on the following page.
Door Continued 8. In order to prevent false air to enter, attatch the sealing strip around the drum casing edge on the same side as the door is to be hinged, fig. & 6 - see how it is done by looking at the tape attatched on the opposite side. Note! The sealing strip is enclosed in the drum. 9. Make sure that the 4 guard strips on the casing are intact before mounting the front panel, fig. . 10. T4530/4650 only Remove the small cover plate on the centre front panel and mount it in the opposite corner. 11. Turn the front panel upside down and re- mount it. 12. Turn the door upside down and re-mount it. Test run Check for proper operation of the door switch, as follows: 1. Re-connect the power supply to the dryer 2. Attempt to start the dryer with the door open. It must not start. . Close the door and start the machine. Open the door. The dryer must stop. If the dryer starts with the door open, or fails to stop when the door is opened during operation, repair or replace the door switch, as necessary.
Ship installation Ship installation Installation on board a ship The four accompanying fittings are fastened to the foundation by means of 4 x M10 set screws (supplied with marine models). Fastening to the base If the dryer needs fastening to the base a kit containing 4 fittings can be ordered.
Evacuation system Evacuation system Air principle Fig. 1 The blower creates low pressure in the dryer, drawing air into the cylinder via the heating unit. The heated air passes through the garments and the cylinder vents. The air then flows out through a lint filter positioned straight below the drum. After this, the air is evacuated through the blower and exhaust system. It is very important that the dryer gets enough fresh air, see next section.
Evacuation system Evacuation system Fresh-air For maximum efficiency and the shortest possible drying time, it is important to ensure that fresh air is able to enter the room from the outside in the same volume as that blown out of the room. Fig.
Evacuation system Evacuation system Exhaust duct It applies to the exhaust duct that: • The exhaust duct must be smooth on the inside (low air resistance). • The exhaust duct must lead into the open. • The exhaust duct must lead clear of the building as condensation may cause frost damage to the building. • The exhaust duct must be protected against rain and foreign objects. • The exhaust duct must have gentle bends, fig. 1. • The exhaust duct must not be a shared duct between dryers and appliances using gas or other fuels as their energy source. It applies to the installation of several dryers on a shared exhaust duct that: • The exhaust duct diameter must increase after each dryer, fig. 2.
Evacuation system Evacuation system Gentle bends Several dryers on a shared exhaust duct...
Evacuation system Evacuation system Nonreturn flap In order to achieve the best result it is important that the dryer has the right volume of air to work with. From factory the nonreturn flap is set to be wide open. Adjusting the dryer 1. Dismount the back plate. 2. Adjust the amount of air by opening/closing the damper A, fig. 1.
Installation Steam installation Before start The steam pipe must be cut off and must not be under pressure. Steam Steam -10 bar absolute pressure (10- 180°C). Steam forward 1. The branch pipe’s branch must be located at the top of the main steam pipe to prevent condensation in the steam. 2. The branch pipe must have a descending gradient and must end at a height above the inlet connecting branch (A). . Mount a plug valve (C) and a dirt collector (D) in the branch pipe. Condensation return 1. It is important that the branch pipe for condensed water on return to the main condensation pipe has a descending gradient and is lower than the outlet connecting branch (B). 2. Mount a dirt collector (D) in the return pipe. . Mount a mechanical water discharger behind the dirt collector (E). 4. Then mount a plug valve (C). . Mount pressure hoses between branch pipes and dryer. Leak test 1. Leak test the system. 2. Clean the dirt collectors (D). Function check The function check is described in the back of this manual. Pipe insulation All pipes must be insulated in order to reduce risk of burning. Insulation also reduces loss of heat to...
Installation Gas installation general To be carried out by qualified personnel Mount a shut-off valve upstream from the dryer. The gas connection to the dryer should be dimensioned to an output depending on the kW-rating of the dryer. The factory nozzle pressure setting corresponds to the fuel value given on the data label. Check that the nozzle pressure and fuel value correspond with the values in the gas tables on the following pages. If not, contact the supplier. Bleed the pipe system before connecting the dryer. After connection, test all joints for leaks.
Installation Converting instructions to another gas type Before installing the dryer affix the label "Read the user instructions" to the inside of the door, see pictures below. The label must have the correct country code - choose the correct label from the kit. 80 mm GB, IE Lees de technishe Read the technical instructies zorgvuldig instructions before door voordat u het installing the appli- apparaat installeert. ance. Lees de gebruikersin- structies zorgvuldig Read the user door voordat u de instructions before verlichting van het...
CY, EE, LV, LT, LU, RO: I3+ . Appliances to be installed to run on LPG in: AT: I3B/P (50 mbar) inlet pressure. Appliances to be installed to run on LPG in: PL: I3B/P (36 mbar) inlet pressure. Fig. 1 - T4290 only Gas group Injector size...
Installation Fig. 3 - T4650 only Gas group Injector size Air reducing Inlet pres- Injector Label no. Ø mm (1) plate (fig. 9) sure (mbar) pressure (fig. 10) (mbar) I2H, I2E(LL) 6.5 Ø32 DEFAULT I2E+ Ø32 20/25 20/25 487266738 I2L (LL) Ø32 20,25 487266738...
Installation Conversion instructions - T4290 only: 1. D isconnect the power to the dryer. 2. O pen the operating panel. . R emove nozzle (1), see Fig. 4. 4. I f converting to LPG also remove the air reducing plate, see Fig. . . M ount the enclosed nozzle (1), see Fig. 1. 6. L oosen the measuring branch screw (2) 1/4 turn; connect a manometer to the measuring b ranch (2), see Fig. 4. . C onnect the power and select a programme with heat. 8. S tart the dryer.
Installation Conversion instructions - T4530 only: 1. D isconnect the power to the dryer. 2. O pen the operating panel. . R emove nozzle (1), see Fig. 6. 4. M ount the supplied nozzle (1), see Fig. 2. . L oosen the measuring branch screw (2) 1/4 turn; connect a manometer to the measuring b ranch (2), see Fig. 6. 6. C onnect the power and select a programme with heat. . S tart the dryer. 8. S ee nozzle pressure in Fig. 2 - set the nozzle pressure on setting screw (4) under cover s crew (), see Fig. 6.
Installation Conversion instructions - T4650 only: 1. D isconnect the power to the dryer. 2. O pen the operating panel. . R emove nozzle 1, see Fig. 8. 4. M ount the supplied nozzle (1), see Fig. . . I f converting to LPG remove the air reducing plate with opening Ø2 and mount the one with o pening Ø40 instead, see Fig. & 9. 6. L oosen the measuring branch screw (2) 1/4 turn; connect a manometer to the measuring b ranch (2), see Fig. 8. . C onnect the power and select a programme with heat. 8. S tart the dryer. 9. S ee nozzle pressure in table Fig. - set the nozzle pressure on s etting screw (4) under cover screw (), see Fig. 8.
Installation When the dryer is to be converted to another gas type, the data label on the rear of the dryer must be updated in order for the data to be correct. Place the data label enclosed in the conversion kit on top of the data label as shown below. For data label no. see Fig. 1 - T4290, Fig. 2 - T40, Fig. - T460. If there are more than 1 data label, select the label with the correct country code and gas type. Fig. 10...
Installation Electric installation To be carried out by qualified personnel The tumble dryer must be connected to its own fuse group and multi-pole main switch according to IEC 6094. The sizes of the fuse group and the effect are shown on the following page. The tumble dryer must be equipped with supplementary protection in accordance with heavy current regulations. For calculation of the connection cable dimension, please refer to local guidelines. Connecting the cable (within the EU and EEA) 1. Demount cover plate A, fig. 1 on the following page. 2. Pass the feeder cable through cable gland**, fig. 1 on the following page.
Installation Electric installation Connecting the cable (outside the EU and EEA) 1. Demount cover plate A, fig. 1. 2. Pass the feeder cable through cable gland**, fig. 1. . Connect the feeder cable as illustrated. 4. Remount cover plate A. . Function check the dryer. The function check is described in the back of this manual. Cable gland for feeder cable Fig 1 Positioning of cable gland for feeder cable. On electric heated dryers type T40 and T460 the cable gland is not mounted. The cable gland is in the drum and has to be mounted on the beam.
Installation Electric installation - electric, gas, steam heated To be carried out by qualified personnel The tumble dryer must be connected to its own fuse group and pulti-pole main switch according to IEC 6094. Connecting the cable Demount the cover plate from the supply unit. The cable is led through the cable gland to the terminal block and connected as illustrated. If there is a neutral conductor in the power supply line this must be connected to terminal N: Fig. 1 Gas and steam heated 1-phase Fig. 2 Gas and steam heated 1-phase with supply disconnector Fig. Gas and steam heated -phase To be continued on the following page...
Installation Continued Fig. 4 Gas and steam heated -phase with supply disconnector Fig. Electric heated -phase Fig. 6 Electric heated -phase with supply disconnector Cable dimension For calculation of the connection cable dimension, please refer to local guidelines. Fuse group and effect The sizes of the fuse group and the effect are shown on the following pages. Function check The function check is described in the back of this manual. Note! Correct direction of rotation is important! The dryer must be equipped with supplementary protection in accordance with heavy current regulations. 1.25 A external control only...
Installation Electric installation - options External connection - 100 mA A special connection terminal is located on the connection console fig. 1. This connection can be used as external control of a fan. Gnd. The terminal for external control is equipped with 110V/ max.100mA and is intended solely for the operation of Ext. connection Max. 100mA a contactor Max. connection 100mA. Gnd. must not be used for earthing of external board. External connection - 1.25 A 230V K7-2 K7-4 K7-6 K7-14 A special connection for an external fan can be chosen on the connection console. External connection This connection is only available on Max. 1.25A 487 19 69 48.01 400V-N machines.
Installation Electric installation - T4290 Fuse sizes, effects and voltages Voltage Motor effect Max. Fuse Heat effect effect 20-240V AC 0/60Hz w/reversing 21 kW 1. kW 1. kW 20-240V AC 0/60Hz wo/reversing 21 kW 1.0 kW 1.0 kW 20-240V 1AC 0/60Hz 21 kW 1. kW 1. kW 400-480V AC 60HZ w/reversing 21 kW 1. kW 1. kW...
Installation Electric installation - T4530 Fuse sizes, effects and voltages Voltage Heat effect Motor effect Max. Fuse effect 20-240V AC 0/60 Hz 40 kW 1. kW 1. kW 20-240V 1AC 0/60Hz 40 kW 1. KW 1. kW 400-41V AC 0/60Hz 40 kW 1. kW 1. kW 440-480V AC 60Hz 40 kW 1. kW 1. kW 20-240V AC 0/60 Hz 1. kW 1. kW Steam...
Installation Electric installation - T4650 Fuse sizes, effects and voltages Voltage Heat effect Motor effect Max. Fuse effect 20-240V AC 0/60 Hz kW 2 kW 2 kW 400-41V AC 0/60Hz kW 2 kW 2 kW 440-480V AC 60HZ kW 2 kW 2 kW Steam 20-240V AC 0/60 Hz 2 kW 2 kW 400-41V AC 0/60HZ 2 kW 2 kW 440-480V AC 60Hz...
Function check To be carried out by qualified personnel Function check Check whether the drum is empty and the door has been closed. Start the dryer Check if the micro switches are working properly: The dryer must stop if the loading door is opened. The dryer must stop if the filter door is opened. Correct direction of rotation Fig. 1 Correct direction of rotation on fan wheel: clockwise. For dryers with a -phase motor the direction of rotation must be checked. If the direction of rotation is not correct, swop two phases on the connection terminal. Final test Let the dryer work for minutes on a program that requires heat. Then check whether the heating is working by opening the front door and feel the heat. If the above tests-points are in order, the dryer is ready for use. Safety screws Fig. 2 Remember to fit the screws on the sides of the front panel.