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For employment in zone 1 or zone 2 (IEC/EN 60079-10-1)
II 2G Ex d IIB/IIC T. Gb
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Optional: For use in Zone 21 or 22 (IEC/EN 60079-10-2)
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SIMOTICS XP
Induction motor
Type 1MD4/1MD5
Operating Instructions / Installation Instructions N-R 602d
Edition
05/2015
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  • Page 1 For employment in zone 1 or zone 2 (IEC/EN 60079-10-1) II 2G Ex d IIB/IIC T. Gb 0102 Optional: For use in Zone 21 or 22 (IEC/EN 60079-10-2) II 2D Ex tb IIIA/B/C T...°C Db or 0102 II 3D Ex tc IIIA/B/C T...°C Dc SIMOTICS XP Induction motor Type 1MD4/1MD5...
  • Page 2 13.07.2015 11:26 V8.00...
  • Page 3 Introduction Safety notes Description Induction motor Preparations for use SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Assembling Electrical connection Operating Instructions Installation Instructions Commissioning Operation Maintenance Spare parts Disposal For employment in zone 1 or zone 2 (IEC/EN Service and Support 60079-10-1) II 2G Ex d IIB/IIC T. Gb 0102 Technical data and drawings Optional: For use in Zone 21 or 22 (IEC/EN 60079-10-2)
  • Page 4 Note the following: WARNING Siemens products may only be used for the applications described in the catalog and in the relevant technical documentation. If products and components from other manufacturers are used, these must be recommended or approved by Siemens. Proper transport, storage, installation, assembly, commissioning, operation and maintenance are required to ensure that the products operate safely and without any problems.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Attaching the rotor shipping brace prior to storage..............32 4.9.6 Storage for up to two years....................33 4.9.6.1 Storage conditions.........................33 4.9.7 Storing motors together with the driven machine..............33 4.9.8 Storage outdoors........................34 4.9.9 Commissioning after storage....................34 4.9.9.1 Insulation resistance and polarization index................34 SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 6 Connecting aluminum conductors..................58 6.2.13 O-ring seal ..........................58 6.2.14 Finishing connection work......................59 6.2.15 Internal equipotential bonding ....................59 Commissioning............................61 Checks to be carried out prior to commissioning ..............61 Testing the securing and alignment..................61 Insulation resistance and polarization index................63 SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 7 Touch up any damaged paintwork..................88 9.1.7.11 Repainting..........................88 Repair.............................89 9.2.1 Anti-condensation heating spare parts...................89 9.2.2 Insulated roller bearings......................89 Spare parts..............................91 10.1 Ordering data.........................91 10.2 Replacing roller bearings.......................91 10.3 Using commercially available spare parts................92 10.4 Anti-condensation heating spare parts ..................92 SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 8 Preparing for disassembly....................107 11.3 Dismantling the machine......................108 11.4 Disposal of components.......................108 Service and Support..........................111 Siemens Industry Online Support..................111 RoHS - restricting the use of certain hazardous substances..........112 Technical data and drawings........................113 Tightening torques for screw and bolt connections..............113 Quality documents............................115 IECEx certificate........................115 EC Declaration of Conformity....................116...
  • Page 9 Example for conductor connection....................56 Figure 6-2 Example for conductor connection....................57 Figure 10-1 D-DN000-0007..........................93 Figure 10-2 E-DN000-0008..........................95 Figure 10-3 E-AN000-0009..........................97 Figure 10-4 E-DN000-0010..........................98 Figure 10-5 E-9-101_162-0002........................100 Figure 10-6 E-9-108_213-0001........................101 Figure 10-7 E-9-101_208-0002........................102 Figure 10-8 E-9-108_213-0002........................103 Figure 10-9 E-9-101_285-0002........................104 SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 10 Table of contents SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 11: Introduction

    – Lists on the second level are hyphenated. Note A Note is an important item of information about the product, handling of the product or the relevant section of the document. Notes provide you with help or further suggestions/ideas. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 12 Introduction SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 13: Safety Notes

    Disconnect the auxiliary circuits, for example anti-condensation heating. 2. Secure against reconnection. 3. Verify absence of operating voltage. 4. Carry out earthing and short-short-circuiting. 5. Provide protection against adjacent live parts. To energize the system, apply the measures in reverse order. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 14: Qualified Personnel

    ● Always observe the "five safety rules (Page 13)" when carrying out any work on the machine. ● Only remove the covers using the methods described by these operating instructions. ● Operate the machine properly. ● Regularly and correctly maintain the machine. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 15 Burns and other damage to health and material may result. ● Read the information in these operating instructions and the product information supplied by the manufacturer. ● Observe the relevant safety regulations and wear the personal protective equipment specified. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 16: Use In Hazardous Areas

    1999/92/EC directives as well as in the IEC / EN 60079 series of standards. If a third-party certification is available for the machine, then carefully comply with the technical data defined in it and any special conditions. The certificate must be available before commissioning. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 17: Electrostatic Sensitive Devices

    Electrostatic discharge poses a potential ignition source. In an explosive atmosphere, there is a risk of an explosion. This can result in death, serious injury or material damage. Please comply with ESD protective measures. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 18: Electromagnetic Compatibility

    In order to avoid exceeding the limit values set for the drive system (machine and converter) in IEC/EN 61000-6-3, the EMC information provided by the converter manufacturer must be observed. You must put appropriate EMC measures in place. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 19: Electromagnetic Fields When Operating Electrical Power Engineering Installations

    ● On the vertical type of machine construction with air intake from above, protect the air inlets from the ingress of foreign bodies and water. ● If the shaft extension is facing upwards, liquid must be prevented from entering by moving along the shaft. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 20 Safety notes 2.11 Ventilation SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 21: Description

    EC type examination certificate or in the IECEx Certificate of Conformity. Operation with a converter must be certified. It is essential that you observe the separate manufacturer's information and instructions. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 22: Table 3-1 Marking For Machines With Type Of Protection Ex D For Zone 1

    IECEx-Scheme with Certificate of Con‐ Ex d IIC T3 to T6 Gb formity Ex d e IIC T3 to T6 Gb Ex d ib IIC T3 to T6 Gb Ex d e ib IIC T3 to T6 Gb SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 23: Table 3-2 Marking For Machines With Ex Tb Type Of Protection For Zone 21

    Terminal markings and direction of rotation IEC/EN 60034‑8 Noise emission IEC/EN 60034‑9 Starting characteristics, rotating electrical machines IEC/EN 60034‑12* Vibration severity grades IEC/EN 60034‑14 Vibration limits DIN ISO 10816-3 * For machines in line operation only SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 24: Table 3-5 Machine Design With Type Of Protection Ex T

    The stator winding has a temperature class according to EN 60034-1, see rating plate. High- quality enameled wires, suitable surface insulating materials, and the type of impregnation guarantee great mechanical and electrical stability together with a high utility value and a long service life. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 25 Anti-condensation heating The machine can be fitted with anti-condensation heating. The connection data is listed on an additional plate on the machine. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 26 Description SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 27: Preparations For Use

    The machine can optionally be equipped with PTC thermistors, PT100 or micro-thermal NC contacts. Thermal motor protection by directly monitoring the winding temperature is permissible if this is certified and indicated on the rating plate. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 28: Interlock Circuit For Anti-condensation Heating

    NOTICE Overheating of the winding Exceeding the permissible tolerances for voltage and frequency can lead to an impermissibly high temperature rise in the windings and thus cause long-term damage to the machine. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 29: Protection Against Impermissible Temperature Rise

    Transport and storage 4.9.1 Transport markings The packing differs depending on the transport type and size. If not otherwise contractually agreed, the packaging corresponds to the packing guidelines for International Standards for Phytosanitary Measures (ISPM). SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 30: Checking The Delivery

    If the load handling attachments and lifting gear are damaged or not correctly secured, the machine may be dropped during lifting. This can result in death, serious injury or material damage. Inspect the load handling attachments and lifting gear before use. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 31: Lifting And Transportation

    3. Be aware of the possibility of different loads on the sling ropes or lifting straps and the carrying capacity of the lifting equipment. Note Store the rotor locking device Be sure to store the rotor locking device. It must be remounted for possible disassembly and transport. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 32: Attaching The Rotor Shipping Brace Prior To Storage

    If the customer has already mounted parts, for example coupling, belt pulley, etc., the bearing can be damaged during transport. ● In this case, make sure that the customer uses a rotor shipping brace. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 33: Storage For Up To Two Years

    ● Fill the terminal boxes of the machines with a substance that will absorb moisture, e.g. Branogel. ● Store the machines in a dry, dust-free room where the temperature is controlled. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 34: Storage Outdoors

    180° C. ● For machines with thermal class 180, and for certain special machines, use the special grease specified on the machine lubricant plate. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 35: Regreasing Roller Bearings After Storage Periods Of Up To Two Years

    Force ventilated, external and internal ② Surface cooled, self-ventilated Converter operation • If the motor design requires a special converter assignment, you can find the appropriate supplementary data on the additional plate for the converter. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 36: Reducing Bearing Currents During Operation On The Converter

    ● To ensure good discharging of high-frequency currents, provide contacting over a large surface area: – as contact established through 360° at the converter – at the motor, for instance with EMC glands at the cable entries SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 37: Insulated Bearings When Operating The Converter

    ● In the overall system, set up a properly meshed grounding system with low impedance. ● Use the common-mode filter (damping cores) at the converter output. The Siemens sales representative is responsible for selection and dimensioning.
  • Page 38: Figure 4-1 Schematic Representation Of A Single Drive

    If you connect two motors in series in "tandem operation", install an insulated coupling between the motors. ① ④ Driving machine Insulated bearings ② ⑤ Motor Insulated tachometer fitting ③ ⑥ Coupling Insulated coupling Figure 4-2 Schematic representation of a tandem drive SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 39 The voltage is up to 1000 V, depending on the converter type. Ensure that the five safety rules are followed before working on the motor. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 40 Preparations for use 4.10 Converter operation SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 41: Assembling

    ● Where necessary, use suitable steps when performing installation work on the machine. ● Do not stand on cables or attachments during installation. Do not use attachments as steps. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 42: Requirements For Installation

    Substantial modifications to the machine are not permitted – or may only be performed by the manufacturer. Otherwise an explosion can occur in an explosive atmosphere. This can result in death, serious injury or material damage. Please contact the Service Center, if necessary. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 43: Lift The Machine To Where It Will Be Installed, And Position It

    ● When lifting the machine, use only approved and undamaged sling guides and spreaders of sufficient rated capacity. Check these before using them. The weight of the machine is stated on the rating plate. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 44 If the lifting gear or load handling attachments were to fail, the machine could fall. This can result in death, serious injury or material damage. Never remain under or in the immediate vicinity of the machine when it is raised. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 45: Setting Down The Machine

    Preconditions for smooth, vibration-free operation: ● Stable foundation design ● Precise alignment of the machine ● Correct balancing of parts to be fitted to the shaft end. ● Maintaining the vibration velocity according to ISO 10816‑3 SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 46: Aligning The Machine To The Driven Machine And Mounting

    Removing the rotor shipping brace If a rotor shipping brace is attached to the machine, remove it at the last possible moment, for example, when you are ready to push on the output or drive element. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 47: Alignment Accuracy

    >= 100, the balancing type is specified using the following marking on the face of the drive end of the shaft: ● "H" means balancing with a half feather key ● "F" means balancing with a whole feather key. Figure 5-1 Balancing type on the drive-end side SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 48 ● The center of gravity of the coupling half should be within the length of the shaft end. ● The coupling used must be prepared for system balancing. The number of poles of the machine is specified on the rating plate (in the designation of the motor type). SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 49: Axial And Radial Forces

    "H". 5.3.6 Axial and radial forces You can obtain the permissible values for axial and radial forces by contacting the Siemens Service Center or referring to the machine catalog. NOTICE...
  • Page 50 Assembling 5.3 Installing the machine SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 51: Electrical Connection

    ● Rated voltage ● If required, service factor ● System-dependent conditions, such as ambient temperature, routing type, cable cross- section as defined by required length of cable, etc. ● Requirements according to IEC/EN 60204‑1 SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 52: Connecting

    ● Use only cable entries that have been tested and certified in accordance with IEC / EN 60079–7 . ● Use only sealing plugs that have been tested and certified in accordance with IEC / EN 60079–7 to close openings that are not to be used. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 53: Connecting The Grounding Conductor

    Terminal designations using the 1U1-1 as an example 1 Designation Index for pole assignment for pole-changing machines where applicable. A lower index signifies a lower speed. Special case for split winding. Phase designation U, V, W SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 54: Connecting The Machine For A Specific Direction Of Rotation

    Undrilled entry plate If the entry plate is undrilled, you should match the number and size of the cable glands to the operating conditions. Not applicable for terminal boxes of the Ex d type of protection. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 55: Minimum Air Clearances

    This can trigger ignition of an explosive mixture. This can result in death, serious injury or material damage. ● Insert only one conductor end into each end sleeve. Attach the end sleeve correctly. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 56: Connection With Terminal Board

    U shape. Alternatively, with multi-stranded and finely-stranded conductors, evenly divide the conductor (into two parts) and lay in a straight line under the U-shaped terminal clamps. See sketch! Figure 6-1 Example for conductor connection SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 57: Tightening Torques For Cable Glands

    Cable gland for Ex e / Ex d IIC TypeHSK-M Type ADE 1F, ADE 4F R... / B... Union nut Connection thread Union nut / connection Union nut / connection thread thread M12 x 1.5 M16 x 1.5 12.5 SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 58: Connecting Aluminum Conductors

    Replace any damaged O-ring seals. O-ring seals can be present on the following components, for instance: ● Tapers ● Cable glands ● Bearing seals SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 59: Finishing Connection Work

    Internal equipotential bonding The equipotential bonding between the ground terminal in the terminal box enclosure and the motor frame is established via the terminal box metallic contact faces. The contact faces are protected against corrosion. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 60 The equipotential bonding is achieved by means of a stranded wire. A copper braided strip, a stranded wire or a metal contact is used to ensure potential equalization between the cable entry plate and the terminal box enclosure. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 61: Commissioning

    ● All touch protection measures for moving and live parts have been taken. WARNING Risk of losing the IP degree of protection as a result of damaged shaft sealing rings This can result in death, serious injury, or material damage. Replace damaged components immediately. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 62 ● In continuous operation, the motor cannot exceed the specified upper speed limit n undershoot the lower speed limit n ● The permissible acceleration time to the limit speed n depends on the parameter assignment. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 63: Insulation Resistance And Polarization Index

    Measure the insulation resistance 1. Before you begin measuring the insulation resistance, please read the operating manual for the insulation resistance meter you are going to use. 2. Make sure that no power cables are connected. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 64 In this case, doubling or halving the insulation resistance at a temperature change of 10 K is used as the basis. ● The insulation resistance halves every time the temperature rises by 10 K. ● The resistance doubles every time the temperature falls by 10 K. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 65 Limit values of the anti-condensation heating insulation resistance The insulation resistance of the anti-condensation heating with respect to the machine housing should not be lower than 1 MΩ when measured at 500 V DC. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 66 Commissioning 7.4 Testing the insulation resistance and polarization index SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 67: Operation

    This can cause faults which can result in eventual or immediate death, serious injury or material damage. ● Immediately inform the maintenance personnel. ● If you are in doubt, immediately switch off the motor, being sure to observe the system- specific safety conditions! SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 68 In an explosive atmosphere, there is a risk of an explosion. This can result in death, serious injury or material damage. Only switch the anti-condensation heating on after the motor has been switched off. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 69: Switching On The Machine

    In an explosive atmosphere, there is a risk of an explosion. This can result in death, serious injury or material damage. Only switch the anti-condensation heating on after the motor has been switched off. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 70: Avoidance Of Damage To Roller Bearings During Stoppages

    Immediately perform an inspection after such faults. Correct the cause of the fault as described in the respective remedial measures section. Repair any damage to the machine. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 71: Electrical Faults

    If the rotor has balance type "H" (standard type), the fitted key must be cut back to roughly half of its length. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 72: Roller Bearing Faults

    Only after consultation with the manufacturer: Fit a bearing with lower play. Bearing corroded Replace the bearing. Check the seals. Too much grease in bearing Remove surplus grease. Wrong grease in the bearing Use the correct grease. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 73 Operation 8.7 Faults Friction marks on raceway Replace the bearing. Scoring (brinelling) Replace the bearing. Avoid any vibration at standstill SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 74 Operation 8.7 Faults SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 75: Maintenance

    Machine damage If the machine is not maintained it can suffer damage. This can cause faults which can result in eventual or immediate death, serious injury or material damage. Perform regular maintenance on the machine. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 76 ● When disassembling, ensure that the parts necessary to seal the enclosure are not damaged, for example seals, face/plane mating surfaces. Perform a new routine test for the parts that have been repaired if these parts are crucial to ensure dust protection. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 77: Inspections In The Event Of Faults

    Inspections in the event of faults Natural disasters or unusual operating conditions, such as overloading or short circuit, are faults that overload the machine electrically or mechanically. Immediately perform an inspection after such faults. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 78: First Inspection

    All the fixing bolts/screws for the mechanical and electrical connections have been securely tightened All the potential connections, grounding connections and shield supports are correctly seated and properly bonded The winding insulation resistances are sufficiently high SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 79: Servicing The Roller Bearings

    Bolt grade BG071 to BG315 Type/size Bolt grade for ambient temperature T ≥ -20 °C Standard Stainless Standard steel bolts 071, 080, 090, 100, 112, 132, A4-70 A4-70 160, 200, 225, 250, 280, 315 A4-80 SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 80: Mechanical Explosion Protection For Roller Bearings

    ● Stator frame ● End shields ● Bearing covers ● Motor shaft ● Gland plate ● Terminal box base ● Terminal box cover ● Gland plates for additional terminal boxes, where present SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 81: Explosion Hazard Due To Increased Surface Temperature

    ● Can the machine be put into operation? ● Must the windings be cleaned or dried? Detailed information on testing and the limit values can be found here: "Testing the insulation resistance and polarization index" SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 82: Grease Service Life And Fill Quantities

    40000 hours. Times for operation on 60 Hz systems on request. With pure coupling operation with flexible coupling, the calculated bearing life is L10h greater than 50000 hours. Comply with the grease service life and relubrication intervals. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 83: Grease Stability Times And Fill Quantities

    Observe the regreasing intervals for the roller bearings The regreasing intervals for roller bearings are different from the service/inspection intervals for the machine. Failure to regrease the roller bearings at the specified intervals can result in bearing damage. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 84 ‑20 °C, the permissible type of grease is indicated on the lubricant plate. Note Grease quantity control The grease quantity control only operates correctly if the specified greases are used. This is specified on plates attached to the machine. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 85: Alternative Types Of Grease For Operating Roller Bearings

    To do this, thoroughly grease the bearing when the machine is running with about twice the amount of grease until spent grease has been removed from the greasing ducts. Then regrease 4x at intervals of ¼ of the SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 86: Maintenance And Repair For Machines Of Protection Type "ex D

    ● Repairs to the stator or rotor windings and to the terminals ● Repairs to the ventilation system ● Repairs to the bearings ● Dismantling machines with flameproof enclosures ● Connection work carried out in the terminal box SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 87: Maintaining Terminal Boxes

    IEC/EN 60079-17. ● Replace the damaged components if necessary. WARNING Short-circuit hazard Short-circuits can occur as a result of damaged components that can lead to death, serious injury or material damage. Replace damaged components. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 88: Touch Up Any Damaged Paintwork

    – IIC: Limit value for the maximum capacity ≤ 5 pF for group II motors (gas) – III: Limit value for the maximum capacity ≤ 10 pF for group III motors (dust) See also Machines without final paint coating (Page 27) SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 89: Repair

    9.2.2 Insulated roller bearings If roller-contact bearings with an insulated design are installed, use roller bearings of the same type as spare parts. This will prevent any bearing damage being caused by bearing currents. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 90 Maintenance 9.2 Repair SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 91: Spare Parts

    If roller-contact bearings with an insulated design are installed, use roller bearings of the same type as spare parts. This will prevent any bearing damage being caused by bearing currents. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 92: Using Commercially Available Spare Parts

    Repairing and mounting the anti-condensation heating and the subsequent routine testing must always be undertaken by experts from the Service Center (Page 111), because this work requires extensive specialist knowledge. Only authorized and tested spare parts may be used. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 93: Spare Parts List, Frame Sizes 071 To 132

    4.44 Gamma ring 3.01 End shield, drive end 5.10 Fan cover 3.08 Flange plate 5.11 Protective cover 3.21 End shield, non-drive end 5.56 4.01 Roller bearing, DE 6.00 Terminal box 4.05 Roller bearings, NDE SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 94: Spare Parts List, Frame Sizes 160 To 280

    Spare parts 10.6 Spare parts list, frame sizes 160 to 280 10.6 Spare parts list, frame sizes 160 to 280 SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 95: Figure 10-2 E-dn000-0008

    Spare parts 10.6 Spare parts list, frame sizes 160 to 280 Figure 10-2 E-DN000-0008 SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 96 End shield, non-drive end 4.54 Regreasing assembly 4.01 Roller bearing, DE 5.10 Fan cover 4.10 Outer grease chamber cover, DE 5.11 Protective cover 4.12 Inner grease chamber cover, DE 5.56 4.18 Grease slinger 6.00 Terminal box SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 97: Spare Parts List, Frame Size 315

    Sealing ring DE, outer 2.01 Keyway 4.32 Grease chamber cover NDE, inner 3.01 Bearing shield DE 4.38 Outer grease chamber cover 3.08 Flange plate DE 4.44 Sealing ring NDE, outer 3.21 Bearing shield NDE 4.54 Relubrication NDE SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 98: Spare Parts List, Frame Size 355

    Complete fan cowl 4.01 Bearing DE 5.11 Protective cover 4.05 Bearing NDE 5.56 Fan, complete 4.12 Grease chamber cover DE, inner 6.00 Terminal box 10.8 Spare parts list, frame size 355 Figure 10-4 E-DN000-0010 SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 99 Fan hub NDE 4.05 Bearing NDE 5.11 Protective cover 4.10 Grease chamber cover DE, outer 5.56 Fan, complete 4.12 Grease chamber cover DE, inner 6.00 Terminal box 4.13 Grease slinger DE 4.24 Sealing ring DE, outer SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 100: Spare Parts List For Terminal Boxes With Type Of Protection "ex E", Frame Sizes 071-160

    Spare parts list for terminal boxes with type of protection "Ex e", frame sizes 071-160 Figure 10-5 E-9-101_162-0002 Part num‐ Designation Part num‐ Designation 6.03 Terminal box base 6.15 Complete terminal board 6.05 Terminal box cover 6.17 Additional terminal 6.13 Terminal box seal SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 101: Spare Parts List For Terminal Boxes With Type Of Protection "ex D", Frame Sizes 071-160

    Spare parts list for terminal boxes with type of protection "Ex d", frame sizes 071-160 Figure 10-6 E-9-108_213-0001 Part num‐ Designation Part num‐ Designation 6.03 Terminal box base 6.15 Complete terminal board 6.05 Terminal box cover 6.17 Additional terminal 6.07 Gland plate SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 102: Spare Parts List For Terminal Boxes With Type Of Protection "ex E", Frame Sizes 180-225

    Spare parts list for terminal boxes with type of protection "Ex e", frame sizes 180-225 Figure 10-7 E-9-101_208-0002 Part num‐ Designation Part num‐ Designation 6.03 Terminal box base 6.15 Complete terminal board 6.05 Terminal box cover 6.17 Additional terminal 6.10 Gland plate SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 103: Spare Parts List For Terminal Boxes With Type Of Protection "ex D", Frame Sizes 180-225

    Spare parts list for terminal boxes with type of protection "Ex d", frame sizes 180-225 Figure 10-8 E-9-108_213-0002 Part num‐ Designation Part num‐ Designation 6.03 Terminal box base 6.15 Complete terminal board 6.05 Terminal box cover 6.17 Additional terminal 6.07 Gland plate SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 104: Spare Parts List For Terminal Boxes With Type Of Protection "ex E", Frame Sizes 250 To 355

    250 to 355 Figure 10-9 E-9-101_285-0002 Part num‐ Designation Part num‐ Designation 6.03 Terminal box base 6.15 Gland terminal 6.05 Terminal box cover 6.16 Complete terminal board 6.07 Gland plate 6.17 Additional terminal SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 105: Spare Parts List For Terminal Boxes With Type Of Protection "ex D", Frame Sizes 250 To 355

    10.14 Spare parts list for terminal boxes with type of protection "Ex d", frame sizes 250 to 355 10.14 Spare parts list for terminal boxes with type of protection "Ex d", frame sizes 250 to 355 SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 106 10.14 Spare parts list for terminal boxes with type of protection "Ex d", frame sizes 250 to 355 Part num‐ Designation Part num‐ Designation 6.03 Terminal box base 6.16 Complete terminal board 6.05 Terminal box cover 6.17 Additional terminal 6.07 Gland plate SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 107: Disposal

    4. Remove all liquids such as oil and cooling liquids. Collect the liquids separately and dispose of them in a professional manner. 5. Detach the machine fixings. 6. Transport the machine to a suitable location for disassembly. See also Maintenance (Page 75) SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 108: Dismantling The Machine

    ● Coolant additives such as inhibitors, antifreeze or biocides Dispose of the separated components according to local regulations or via a specialist disposal company. The same applies for cloths and cleaning substances which have been used while working on the machine. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 109 ● Wooden packaging for sea transport consists of impregnated wood. Observe the local regulations. ● The foil used for water-proof packaging is an aluminum composite foil. It can be recycled thermally. Dirty foil must be disposed of via waste incineration. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 110 Disposal 11.4 Disposal of components SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 111: Service And Support

    On-site service and spare parts If you wish to request local service or order spare parts, please contact your local Siemens sales office. This office will contact the responsible service center on your behalf. Technical queries or additional information If you have any technical queries or you require additional information, please contact the Siemens Service Center.
  • Page 112: Rohs - Restricting The Use Of Certain Hazardous Substances

    In compliance with RoHS ("Restriction of certain Hazardous Substances" ) we replace substances that are damaging to the environment by those that are not based on state-of-the- art technology. In doing so, safety in operation and handling will take priority at all times. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 113: Technical Data And Drawings

    Note Non-standard tightening torques Different tightening torques for electrical connections and bolted connections for parts with flat seals or insulating parts are specified in the relevant sections and drawings. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 114 Technical data and drawings B.1 Tightening torques for screw and bolt connections SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 115: Quality Documents

    1. Enter the IECEx ID in the "Quick access" field. You then have access to the certificate. 2. If you scroll down completely to the bottom of the page shown, you can open the certificate as a PDF file and download it. SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 116: Ec Declaration Of Conformity

    Quality documents C.2 EC Declaration of Conformity EC Declaration of Conformity SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 117 BVS 11 ATEX E 025 X T3 - T6 1MD*31*-*****-**** BVS 12 ATEX E 051 X T3 - T6 DJS*-315**-** 1PS*31*-*****-**** anti-friction BVS 12 ATEX E 077 X T3 - T6 Rev. AS-1 Seite 2 von 3 SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 118 T3 - T6 1PS480*-*****-**** D*Q*-800**-** sleeve PTB 06 ATEX 1049 X T3 - T6 1MV480*-*****-**** 1PS491*-*****-**** D*Q*-910**-** sleeve BVS 10 ATEX E 103 X T3 - T6 1MV491*-*****-**** Rev. AS-2 Seite 3 von 3 SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 119: Ec Declaration Of Conformity, Zone 21 Or 22

    Quality documents C.3 EC Declaration of Conformity, Zone 21 or 22 EC Declaration of Conformity, Zone 21 or 22 SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 120 BVS 12 ATEX E 103 X A***-250**-** BVS 11 ATEX E 034 1PS*25*-*****-**** E***-250**-** BVS 12 ATEX E 109 1PS*25*-*****-**** BVS 11 ATEX E 030 X D***-250**-** 1MD*25*-*****-**** BVS 11 ATEX E 045 X Seite 2 von 2 SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 121 Quality documents C.3 EC Declaration of Conformity, Zone 21 or 22 SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 122: Data

    Dr. Klaus Neupert $pUn".,Ilr .. Ughlll��'u: " � ... ! . " ..: ... : ... , ... " ..• .." 0,0' •. 0.> •. • o. e '.> I.! .. ) J:\LGR08\QM\QME\PrOffeld\FORM\r·nr\r·nr.20000h_EN.doc SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 123: Index

    Grease service life, 82 Cross-section of the grounding conductor, 53 Grease types, 84 Grounding system Meshed, 37 Damage during transportation, 30 Damping cores, 37 Delivery, 30 Hazardous substances, 15 Direction of rotation, 54 Hearing damage, 16, 28 SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 124 Layer of dust, 77 More information, 111 Spare parts, 92 Mounting parts, 42 RoHS, 112 Roller bearings faults, 72 Rolling-contact bearing Noise emissions, 16, 28 Replacement, 91 Rolling-contact bearings Inspection, 79 Rotating components, 15 SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 125 Standard cable glands, 57 Transporting, 31, 44 Turning the machine on to its side, 46 Type of balancing, 47 Type of protection, 52, 92 Type of protection Ex t, 24 Undrilled entry plate, 53 SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 126 Index SIMOTICS XP 1MD4/1MD5 Operating Instructions 05/2015...
  • Page 127 AE EC-Declaration of Conformity (U161) AD EC-Declaration of Conformity (U163) AA R-No.20000h (U165)
  • Page 128 Siemens AG Process Industries and Drives Postfach 48 48 90026 NÜRNBERG GERMANY www.siemens.com/drives...

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