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Sanyo Carrier 16LJ Series Installation Instructions Manual

Single-effect hot water-fired absorption chillers
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16LJ
Single-Effect Hot Water-Fired
Absorption Chillers
Nominal cooling capacity 264-1846 kW
50 Hz
Installation instructions
GB/T-19001-2000 to ISO9001/2000

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  • Page 1 16LJ Single-Effect Hot Water-Fired Absorption Chillers Nominal cooling capacity 264-1846 kW 50 Hz Installation instructions GB/T-19001-2000 to ISO9001/2000...
  • Page 2 Notes to Users Thank you for purchasing a Sanyo/Carrier absorption chiller. Refer to this manual and the specification drawings before installing the absorption chiller and read this manual carefully before operating the unit. It contains instructions for the installation of the chiller.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    CoNTENTS 1 - INSTALLATIoN ..................................4 1.1 - Environmental requirements and safety precautions ......................... 4 1.2 - Safe installation ..................................8 1.3 - Delivery inspection ..................................8 1.4 - Rigging ...................................... 9 1.5 - Moving the chiller ..................................9 1.6 - Placing the chiller on the foundation ............................9 1.7 - Levelling ....................................
  • Page 4: Installation

    1 - INstALLAtIoN 1.1.4.1 Safety considerations 1.1 - environmental requirements and safety precautions WARNINGS 1.1.1 - Installation considerations The 16LJ absorption chiller is designed for indoor installation TURN OFF THE BREAKER BEFORE CLEANING AND in a machine room. The protection rating of the chiller is IP40. CHECKING Room temperature should be maintained between 5°C and Always turn off the circuit breaker before cleaning and checking...
  • Page 5 CAUTIONS WARNINGS SOLVE ALL PROBLEMS BEFORE RESTARTING THE KEEP FLAMMABLE SUBSTANCES AWAY FROM THE CHILLER CHILLER Do not place any flammable substances (e.g. gasoline, thinner) Solve all the problems before restarting the chiller after a safety close to chiller, flue, chimney or oil tank to prevent fire. or security device is activated, to prevent fire.
  • Page 6 CAUTIONS DO NOT POUR WATER ON THE CHILLER OR CONTROL OBSERVE THE SPECIFIED WATER PRESSURE PANEL The specified chilled/hot water and cooling water pressure must Do not pour water on the chiller or control panel to avoid electric be strictly observed. shock.
  • Page 7 1.1.4.2 - Safety precautions for repair, moving or disposal WARNINGS ONLY AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL SHOULD SERVICE THE CHILLER Only authorized personnel should service the chiller. Incorrect service could result in electric shock or fire. PROHIBITED CAUTIONS ONLY AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL SHOULD REMOVE OR REPAIR THE CHILLER Any relocation or moving of the chiller should only be done by authorized personnel.
  • Page 8: Safe Installation

    Check the shipping or packing slip sent with the chiller and note all missing items. • Check all boxes or crates shipped with the chiller for Upon delivery of the Carrier-Sanyo chiller to the job site, the owner or his designated representative should carefully inspect missing items. the chiller: NOTES: •...
  • Page 9: Rigging

    1.4 - rigging 1.5 - Moving the chiller Check the weight of the chiller by referring to the contract If the chiller needs to be moved, use of a fork-lift truck is specifications and then choose and use suitable wires and recommended.
  • Page 10: Leak Test And Method Of Charging/Removing Nitrogen Gas

    Test sequence • If tolerances are not met, shim the appropriate points by inserting a metal spacer between the machine base and the foundation. The metal spacer size is approximately 50 Charge N Refer to 1..2 mm wide by 80 mm long. Prepare spacers with different Perform recheck thicknesses (0.6 mm to 9 mm).
  • Page 11 1.8.2 - Method of charging nitrogen gas 1.8.3 - Removing nitrogen gas (see Fig. 5) This is the procedure for charging nitrogen gas (N gas) to Follow this procedure to remove N gas from the chiller. the chiller. Equipment to use Equipment to use Adjustable wrench •...
  • Page 12: Piping

    1.9 - Piping 1.11.1 - Carry out a bubble test (refer to Fig. 6) 1.9.1 - Connect each pipe according to exhibit LE and the Equipment to use specification drawings. • Purge pump exhaust attachment • Graduated cylinder • Make all necessary connections to the building chilled and •...
  • Page 13: Insulation

    Fig. 6 2 - test oPerAtIoN 2.1 - external visual inspection The items below must be accessible after fitting the insulation: • Dampers, service valves and sight glass. • Temperature sensors and pressure gauges should be replaceable. • Bar-thermometers need to be inserted into the wells provided on water headers and solution pipes.
  • Page 14: Initial Control Board Setting

    2.4 - Initial control board setting 2.3.4 - Procedure 2.4.1 - Time setting • Switch off the power supply during the work. Make sure to turn off the circuit breaker (MCBM). Refer to the operation and maintenance manual. • Connect the earth wire of the megger to the earth terminal 2.4.2 - Turn on the backup battery on the control board.
  • Page 15: Function Test

    2.7 - Function test 2.7.3 - Motor alarm After starting the chiller press the test levers of each thermal 2.7.1 - Calibrating hot water control valves relay. Refrigerant pump Fig. 8 - Display example The data display shows J-10 "Refrigerant pump alarm". Generator temperature Press the "SEt"...
  • Page 16: Operation

    2.8 - operation 2.8.1 - Test operation Before starting the chiller, check the opening of the valves and the damper position. Refer to exhibit LJ. Usually the units are factory-adjusted, but when assembling them on site or operating them for the first time, the following adjusting procedure should be taken.
  • Page 17 Fig. 10 - Concentration versus temperature and relative density 1,85 1,80 Crystallization 1,75 1,70 1,65 1,60 1,55 1,50 1,45 1,40 temperature (°C)
  • Page 18 Fig. 11 - Concentration versus temperature and relative density 1,50 1,45 1,40 1,35 1,30 1,25 1,20 1,15 1,10 1,05 1,00 0,95 temperature (°C)
  • Page 19: Checklist

    3 - CHeCKLIst Test operation in accordance with this check list. Project name ____________________________ 3.1 - External visual inspection 3.2 - Verify field wiring and wiring of palladium cell heater Chiller model TSA-________________________ 3.3 - Check of motor insulation resistance Serial number ____________________________ 3.4 - Check of control board safety and switch settings...
  • Page 20: Check Of Control Board Safety And Switch Settings

    3.4 - Check of control board safety and switch settings • Generator pressure gauge (63GH) _______________kPa/MPa • Purge tank pressure sensor (69PR) _______________kPa/MPa • Absorbent pump thermal relay (51A) _______________A • Refrigerant pump thermal relay (51R) _______________A • Purge pump thermal relay (51P) _______________A 3.5 - Check of purge pump •...
  • Page 21: Verify Control Board Parameters

    3.9 - Verify control board parameters Parameters should be as follows (please refer to exhibit LH). Item Data display setpoint Verify example specification setting Chilled-water setting Chilled-water temperature difference setting rank-up/down Purge pump light on Purge pump light off Input setting Control type Input correction PID setting...
  • Page 22: Operation And Data Record

    3.11 - operation and data record Run the chiller. Perform refrigerant blow-down: ......Yes ® No ® Record operating data: ..............Yes ® No ® test oPerAtIoN DAtA sHeet Trial run data sheet Project name : ________________________________________ Chiller model : TSA-16LJ- _______________________________ Serial number : ________________________________________ Accepted by...
  • Page 23: Sample Of Absorbent Taken (For Analysis)

    test oPerAtIoN DAtA sHeet - cont. Trial run data sheet Project name : ________________________________________ Chiller model : TSA-16LJ- _______________________________ Serial number : ________________________________________ Accepted by : ___________________________ Date __________________________ Reviewed by : ___________________________ Date __________________________ Recorded by : ___________________________ Date __________________________ Unit model/serial No.
  • Page 24: Exhibits

    4 - eXHIBIts 4.1.2 - Precautions for installation 4.1 - exhibit LA • Always make sure that the installation complies with local regulations. 4.1.1 - Precautions for use • The chiller is designed for indoor installation. • Install the chiller on a floor that is suitable to carry the Installation and operation weight.
  • Page 25 4.2 - exhibit LB 4.2.1 - Shipping dimensions - location of suspension hole Fig. 12 - one-piece shipping Suspension hole location NOTES: 4.2.2 - Detail of the suspension hole location The diagram indicates suspension hole positions. Length (L), width (W) and height (H) differ according to Insert the shackle bar into the suspension hole and attach the specific installation and should always be verified.
  • Page 26: Lb - Shipping Dimensions/Centre Of Gravity Location

    4.2 - exhibit LB (cont.) 4.2.3 - Centre of gravity location Fig. 14 Centre of gravity location Foundation width 16LJ Ly (mm) Lx (mm) L (mm) 1270 1270 1270 1270 1380 1000 1380 1000 1380 1000 1380 1000 1530 1100 1530 1100 1610...
  • Page 27: Lc - Foundation Dimensions

    4.3 - exhibit LC 4.3.1 - Foundation dimensions, mm Fig. 17 - 16LJ-51 to 16LJ-53 Fig. 15 - 16LJ-11 to 16LJ-42 Fig. 16 - Details of weld Washer Weld base 150 mm min. NOTES The machine base has a ø50-mm hole for the anchor bolt. The floor surface should be made waterproof to facilitate The anchor bolt should be fixed as shown in the detail maintenance work.
  • Page 28: Le - Typical Piping Diagram/Water Treatment/Dimensional Drawings

    4.4 - exhibit Le 4.4.1 - Typical piping diagram Fig. 18 Water pump Strainer Shutoff valve thermostat Pressure gauge thermometer Flow meter Stop valve Legend Cooling load Chilled-water pump (secondary) 11 to drain Hot-water pump Chilled-water pump (primary) 12 Cooling water pump bypass valve 13 Minimum tank capacity 1 m Hot water three-way valve...
  • Page 29 4.4 - exhibit Le (cont.) If corrosive gas exists near the cooling tower, the corrosive components can dissolve into the cooling water. Please ensure 4.4.2 - Water treatment that it is not located near a source of corrosive gas. If a heat storage tank is used in the chilled water line, pipe Absorption chillers use copper pipes to prevent corrosion due corrosion may occasionally occur due to dissolved oxygen or to the use of fresh water (pipe material: JIS H 3300 C1201TS)
  • Page 30 4.4 - exhibit Le (cont.) 4.4.4 - Cooling water temperature control Fig. 19 - example for cooling water entering temperature of 29.4°C Legend From chiller/heater Dosing pump to chiller/heater 10 Chemical tank Cooling water pump 11 Cooling water pump Constant flow blow-down valve 12 Cooling water thermostat for cooling tower fan Cooling tower 13 Cooling water thermostat for three-way control valve...
  • Page 31 4.4 - exhibit Le (cont.) 4.4.5 - Cooling water blow-down method Prevent concentration and replace cooling water by blow-down. Calculate the blow-down volume as follows. N: Concentration factor (N = 3 is normal condition) M: Volume of make-up water E: Evaporation loss = 860 x 2.43 (exhaust heat factor) divided by 575 (latent heat of water at 40°C) = 3.63 l/h/kW W: Splash loss (0.2% of circulation water volume) B: Blow-down volume Cooling water flow rate =...
  • Page 32 4.4 - exhibit Le (cont.) 4.4.6 - Boiler water quality Ref: JIS-B-8223-1989 Kind of boiler Cylindrical boiler Water tube boiler Multibubular boiler Maximum operating pressure (MPa) Kind of make-up water Softening water Softening water Softening water pH (at 25°C) 7 - 9 7 - 9 7 - 9 Calcium hardness...
  • Page 33 4.4 - exhibit Le (cont.) 4.4.7 - Rupture disk connection Fig. 21 Fig. 20 to tank High tension Cap screw Pipe Protective bolt rupture disk flange Flange High tension Field supply rupture disk teflon paste Flange Protective Vent Gasket Discharge piping flange piping Pipe...
  • Page 34 4.4 - exhibit Le (cont.) 4.4.9 - Dimensional drawings 16LJ-11 through 16LJ-12 (mm) Notes: Dimensions (L), (W), (H) are for a standard machine. the dimensions are changed by parts added. indicates the position of anchor bolts. Clearance space must be available at the front and rear of the chiller. All external water piping are to be provided with welded ANSI 150 Lb flanges by the customer.
  • Page 35 4.4 - exhibit Le (cont.) 16LJ-21 through 16LJ-22 (mm) Notes: Dimensions (L), (W), (H) are for a standard machine. the dimensions are changed by parts added. indicates the position of anchor bolts. Clearance space must be available at the front and rear of the chiller. All external water piping are to be provided with welded ANSI 150 Lb flanges by the customer.
  • Page 36 4.4 - exhibit Le (cont.) 16LJ-31 through 16LJ-32 (mm) Notes: Dimensions (L), (W), (H) are for a standard machine. the dimensions are changed by parts added. indicates the position of anchor bolts. Clearance space must be available at the front and rear of the chiller. All external water piping are to be provided with welded ANSI 150 Lb flanges by the customer.
  • Page 37 4.4 - exhibit Le (cont.) 16LJ-51 through 16LJ-53 (mm) Notes: Dimensions (L), (W), (H) are for a standard machine. the dimensions are changed by parts added. indicates the position of anchor bolts. Clearance space must be available at the front and rear of the chiller. All external water piping are to be provided with welded ANSI 150 Lb flanges by the customer.
  • Page 38 4.5 - exhibit LF 4.5.1 - Wire sizes Power supply (copper only, over-voltage category III - IEC 60664) 208 V 460 V 400 V 16LJ Current Wire screw tightening Current Wire screw tightening Current Wire screw tightening drawn, A section, size torque, drawn, A...
  • Page 39: Lf - Wire Sizes/Field Wiring/Wiring Diagram

    4.5 - exhibit LF (cont.) 4.5.2 - Field wiring Fig. 23 - typical electric field connection diagram CHILLED WAtEr PUMP INtErLoCK CooLING WAtEr PUMP INtErLoCK PrE-ALArM SIGNAL rEMotE CHECK SIGNAL For Hot WAtEr SHUtoFF VALVE For oPErAtIoN INDICAtIoN For StoP INDICAtIoN For ALArM INDICAtIoN rUN/StoP SIGNAL For CHILLED WAtEr PUMP...
  • Page 40 4.5 - exhibit LF (cont.) Fig. 24 - Wiring diagram OR PURGE INDICATOR OR ALARM BUZZER TART STOP SIGNAL FOR THE AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT HOT WATER PUMP OR DILUTION ON CYCLE OPERATION INDICATOR NSWER BACK SIGNAL TART STOP SIGNAL FOR THE AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT COOLING TOWER FAN TART STOP SIGNAL FOR...
  • Page 41 4.5 - exhibit LF (cont.) 4.5.3 - Parts list for Fig. 24 other codes DesCrIPtIoN reMArKs sYMBoL NAMe reMArKs rUN - StoP - oPEN - CLoSE run - Stop - open - Close CP1-4 Circuit protector Nos. 1 to 4 there are also CP1(..) CP3(..) Common input signal...
  • Page 42: Lg - Insulation Area

    4.6 - exhibit LG Fig. 25 - Insulation area Generator cover Generator cover Evaporator cover Sight glass Motor of refrigerant Evaporator cover pump 75 mm heat insulation: generator, generator cover 30 mm heat insulation: heat exchanger connecting pipes, etc. 50 mm cooling insulation: evaporator, evaporator cover 30 mm cooling insulation: upper part of refrigerant pump, connecting pipes, etc.
  • Page 43: Lh - Libr Solution Material Safety Data Sheet

    4.7 - exhibit LH - Material safety data sheet Notes to the physician Irritant - No specific antidote. Treat symptomatically and The following chapters are a material safety data sheet, issued supportively. In case of ingestion induce vomiting in alert by DSBG (Dead Sea Bromine Group) on April 30, 2002.
  • Page 44 4.7 - exhibit LH (cont.) 4.7.12 - Ecological information Aquatic toxicity 4.7.9 - Physical and chemical properties 96 hour - LC50, Fish >1000 mg/l 72 hour - EC50, Marine alga 751.9 mg/l Appearance Clear, colourless to yellow liquid, 48 hour - EC50, Marine invertebrate 1527.7 mg/l odourless Melting point/range...
  • Page 45 4.7 - exhibit LH (cont.) DSBG Disclaimer Although the information and recommendations set forth herein Within this framework DSBG is committed to: (herinafter "information") are presented in good faith and believed to be correct as of the date hereof, Bromine Compounds Comply with national and international regulatory Ltd.
  • Page 46: Li - Character Recognition Table/Operation Board Parameter Verification

    4.8 - exhibit LI 4.8.2 - Instructions to verify operation board parameters Fig. 27 4.8.1 - Character recognition table for digital display Fig. 26 Generator temperature (35°C) Push the "set" and " " keys simultaneously for about 2 seconds. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 0. refer to chapter 4.8.3.
  • Page 47 4.8 - exhibit LI (cont.) 4.8.3 - Specification setting Fig. 28 Legend Push " " key. Push the "set" key for about 2 seconds. Push " "key. Value given as example Push the "SEt" key for about 2 seconds. Chilled water setting Push the "bACK"...
  • Page 48 4.8 - exhibit LI (cont.) 4.8.4 - Input setting Fig. 29 Legend Push " " key. Push the "set" keys for about 2 seconds. Push " "key. Given as example Push the "SEt" key for about 2 seconds. Push the "bACK" key. burner control type Note Note...
  • Page 49 4.8 - exhibit LI (cont.) 4.8.6 - Field setting Fig. 30 Legend Generator temperature (35°C) Push " " key. Push the "set" keys for about 2 seconds. Push " "key. Push the "SEt" key for about 2 seconds. Push the "bACK" key. Push "...
  • Page 50: Lj - Flow Diagram And Damper And Valve Position

    4.9 - exhibit LJ 4.9.1 - Flow diagram and damper and valve position Dt16 Dt14 63GH 69Pr Dt15 Dt12 69CH Dt11 Dt10 Sensor Service valve Damper Check valve Valve 23CH Legend Hot water control valve D1 Diluted solution, main damper Hot water inlet SV1 Charge/discharge N gas service valve...
  • Page 52 GB/T-24001 to ISO14001:1996 Order No.: 111-, 0.200. Supersedes order No.: New Manufactured by: Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd. Dalian, PR China Manufacturer reserves the right to change any product specifications without notice. Printed in the Netherlands on totally chlorine-free paper.