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Ever since its formation in 1988, Mercor has been an established leader in the passive fire-safety systems market. Our product lines of: • fire partitions, • natural smoke and heat exhaust ventilation and roof lighting systems, • fire ventilation systems, • fireproofing of building structures set the standard for building projects all over the country. With our qualified staff we offer customised products for our clients providing comprehensive services – from design advice, through pricing, manufacturing, mounting and servicing. Our products have the required technical approvals and certificates of ITB and CNBOP laboratories acknowledged by the fire brigade. They also fulfil the requirements of EN 12101-2 therefore can be distributed in all EU countries. In 2005 we became a co-owner of Hasil, the biggest manufacturer of fire partitions in the Czech Republic. Using the modern technologies and the potential of both companies, we can effectively improve the strong market position in our region of Europe. The catalogue we place in your hands has been produced to enable all interested parties access to the technical details of our products. The current version of the technical guide is available in electronic form on our website: www.mercor.com.pl We look forward to doing business with you.

NATURAL SMOKE AND HEAT EXHAUST VENTILATION AND ROOF LIGHTING SYSTEMS

Technical Directory 2006


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Natural smoke and heat exhaust ventilation and roof lighting systems technical directory 2006 editing: Mercor – Team of the Smoke and Heat Ventilation Division

cover design : Jerzy Wojciech Wołodźko graphic design and dtp: gato studio graficzne grzegorz petrycki ©2006 MERCOR Gdańsk (20.05.2006)


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table of contents 1. mcr prolight – smoke vents

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1.1. smoke vents MCR-Prolight, C and E type, square and rectangular with upright curb

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1.2. smoke vents MCR-Prolight, DVP type, double-leaf rectangular with upright curb

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1.3. smoke vents MCR-Prolight, NG type, square and rectangular with skew curb

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1.4. smoke vents MCR-Prolight, R type, round with upright curb

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1.5. smoke vents MCR-Prolight, overlay type, for profiled roofs, PR variety

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1.6. smoke vents MCR-Prolight, overlay type, for plinth, N variety

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2. mcr prolight – skylights C, E, NG, and R type, on upright and skew curbs

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3. mcr prolight – roof hatchways C, E, and NG type

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4. mcr prolight – smoke vents and skylights – additional equipment

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5. mcr prolight – methods of mounting and roof work for smoke vents, skylights and roof hatchways

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6. mcr prolight – continuous rooflights with integrated smoke vents and/or ventilation hatches

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6.1. arch-shaped continuous rooflights

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6.2. triangular continuous rooflights

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6.3. pyramid skylights

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6.4. igloo-shaped skylights

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6.5. smoke vents and ventilation hatches integrated in continuous rooflights

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7. mcr prolight – methods of mounting for curbs of continuous rooflights and finishing

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8. fillings

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8.1. fillings of spot smoke vents, spot skylights, and spot hatchways

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8.2. fillings of spot smoke vents, spot skylights, spot hatchways, and continuous rooflights

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9. control systems for smoke vents

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9.1. pneumatic control system for smoke and heat ventilation and/or daily ventilation

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9.2. electrical control system for smoke and heat ventilation and/or daily ventilation

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9.3. mechanical control system for smoke and heat ventilation and/or daily ventilation

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10. oso mcr – window-based smoke and heat ventilation system

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11. mcr kurtyna prosmoke – smoke curtains

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mcr prolight

smoke vents

introduction

Smoke vents MCR-Prolight Plus are automatic smoke exhaust devices. The basic function of smoke vents MCR-Prolight is to exhaust smoke, combustion gases and heat energy from enclosed spaces (production floors, storage spaces, public facilities, etc.) to the outside of buildings, in order to protect human lives and property by: • maintaining escape routes with low smoke levels permitting effective evacuation, • facilitating fire-fighting action by easier location of the place of fire, • reducing the risk of destruction of the building structure by lowering the temperature, • limiting fire damage caused by smoke, hot combustion gases and thermal decomposition products. They may also serve the function of ventilation hatches, combined smoke and heat ventilators with daily ventilation, roof hatchways, as well as roof lighting. By using smoke vents, the investor gains the opportunity to: • reduce the fire resistance class of the building, • enlarge the acceptable fire zones, • lengthen the escape routes. Depending on the requirements of individual customers, MERCOR offers single-leaf and double-leaf smoke vents, on upright and skew curbs, in a wide range of opening dimensions and curbs heights. With prior inquiry, it is also possible to make curbs of dimensions not included in this technical guide. All steel elements of vents are protected with a zinc coating applied by hot-galvanising or electrogalvanising and chemically passivated. As standard, the bases are delivered with 20 mm thick thermal insulation. Individual selection of the thickness and type of thermal insulation is possible. The following filling types of openable leaf are used: • cellular polycarbonate, 10 to 25 mm thick, different degrees of transparency, different heat transfer coefficients, • single, double, and triple acrylic domes, • solid polycarbonate sheets, • laminar boards (e.g. aluminium – foamed polystyrene – aluminium) – so called “blind” filling. Detailed information about filling is given in the table (pages 37-38). Smoke vents MCR-Prolight are offered with the following control systems: • electrical control, • pneumatic control, • pneumatic-electrical control, • mechanical control. All these control systems may serve the function of smoke exhaust or smoke exhaust and daily ventilation. Opening of smoke vents may be realised both from the user level and automatically by thermal fuses, smoke exhaust control panels, or fire alarm signalling. Smoke vents of type MCR-Prolight offered by MERCOR satisfy the requirements of the technical approval ITB no. AT-15-6495/2005 confirmed by the certificate of conformity no. ITB-0920/W as well as the certificate of conformity in accordance with EN 12101-2: 2004

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mcr prolight 1.1.1.

smoke vents C and E type, square and rectangular with upright base

standard description C and E type vents are accommodated for flat and sloped roofs, covered with e.g. roofing paper or PVC membrane. • upright base of galvanised steel sheet of thickness 1.25 mm, height H = 300 or 500 mm, • lower part of the base is equipped with a flange used for mounting to the roof structure, • upper part of the base is profiled for a water removal system, • thermal insulation of thickness 20 mm, • external planking of the thermal insulation that permits finishing of the base, • filling in form of cellular or solid polycarbonate sheet, acrylic dome, or laminar board, • optional control: pneumatic, electrical, mechanical, or pneumatic-electrical.

smoke vent MCR-PROLIGHT with an example control system, C or E type – cross-section

H

1.1.2.

K

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

1.1.3.

filling pressing frame supporting frame leaf cross-bar actuator holder smoke exhaust actuator venting actuator

8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

hook console upright base thermal insulation of the base leaf gasket base flange hinge external planking – galvanized steel sheet

vent execution options • • • • • • • •

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AxB

leaf position sensor (open – closed), anti-burglary grate painted in a colour of RAL palette, painting of the base in any colour of RAL palette, wind deflectors, painted in any colour of RAL palette, change of the thermal insulation thickness and type, change of the base thickness and material, non-standard opening dimensions and base height, accommodation of the lower mounting flange dimensions to the roof structure,

• external casing of the base made of e.g. galvanised steel sheet (can be painted in any colour of RAL palette), • polyester base, • external planking of the thermal insulation made of PVCcoated sheet metal, • directing nozzle, painted in any colour of RAL palette.

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mcr prolight 1.1.4.

smoke vents C and E type, square and rectangular with upright base

technical data rated current of electric actuator for snow load approximate class type weight with deflectors with wind with directing and directing SL250 SL550 deflectors nozzle nozzle [m2] [m2] [m2] [kg] [A] [A] [cm] [m2] 100 x 100 0,60 0,75 0,88 0,96 70 max 2 2,6 C 100 110 x 110 0,73 0,91 1,08 1,20 75 2,0 4,0 C 110 120 x 120 0,86 1,08 1,25 1,39 80 2,6 4,0 C 120 130 x 130 1,01 1,27 1,44 1,60 85 2,6 4,0 C 130 140 x 140 1,18 1,47 1,64 1,82 90 6,0 C 140 150 x 150 1,35 1,69 1,85 2,05 95 6,0 C 150 160 x 160 1,54 1,92 2,11 2,33 100 6,0 C 160 180 x 180 1,94 2,43 2,60 2,88 110 6,0 C 180 200 x 200 2,40 3,00 3,19 3,53 120 C 200 100 x 120 0,72 0,90 1,04 1,14 75 2,0 4,0 E 100/120 100 x 130 0,78 0,98 1,15 1,28 78 2,0 4,0 E 100/130 100 x 140 0,84 1,05 E 100/140 1,23 1,36 80 2,6 4,0 100 x 150 0,90 1,13 1,31 1,45 82 2,6 4,0 E 100/150 100 x 160 0,96 1,20 1,38 1,53 85 2,6 4,0 E 100/160 100 x 180 1,08 1,35 1,53 1,69 90 2,6 E 100/180 100 x 200 1,20 1,50 1,69 1,87 95 4,0 E 100/200 100 x 220 1,32 1,65 1,83 2,03 100 4,0 E 100/220 100 x 240 1,44 1,80 2,00 2,22 105 4,0 E 100/240 100 x 250 1,50 1,88 2,08 2,30 110 4,0 E 100/250 120 x 140 1,01 1,26 1,43 1,59 82 4,0 4,0 E 120/140 120 x 150 1,08 1,35 1,53 1,69 87 4,0 E 120/150 120 x 170 1,22 1,53 1,70 1,89 90 4,0 E 120/170 120 x 180 1,30 1,62 1,79 1,99 95 4,0 E 120/180 120 x 200 1,44 1,80 2,00 2,22 100 4,0 E 120/200 120 x 220 1,58 1,98 2,18 2,42 105 4,0 E 120/220 120 x 240 1,73 2,16 2,34 2,59 110 4,0 E 120/240 120 x 250 1,80 2,25 2,46 2,72 120 E 120/250 130 x 150 1,17 1,46 1,63 1,81 90 E 130/150 4,0 130 x 160 1,25 1,56 1,73 1,92 95 4,0 E 130/160 130 x 180 1,40 1,76 1,92 2,13 100 4,0 E 130/180 130 x 200 1,56 1,95 2,15 2,38 105 4,0 E 130/200 130 x 220 1,72 2,15 2,34 2,59 110 4,0 E 130/220 130 x 230 1,79 2,24 2,44 2,70 112 E 130/230 130 x 250 1,95 2,44 2,63 2,92 115 E 130/250 140 x 150 1,26 1,58 1,77 1,96 95 4,0 E 140/150 140 x 180 1,51 1,89 2,08 2,30 100 6,0 E 140/180 140 x 200 1,68 2,10 2,29 2,53 105 E 140/200 140 x 250 2,10 2,63 2,81 3,11 120 E 140/250 150 x 160 1,44 1,80 2,00 2,22 100 6,0 E 150/160 150 x 180 1,62 2,03 2,21 2,45 105 6,0 E 150/180 150 x 200 1,80 2,25 2,46 2,72 110 E 150/200 150 x 240 2,16 2,70 2,87 3,17 120 E 150/240 150 x 250 2,25 2,81 2,98 3,30 125 E 150/250 160 x 180 1,73 2,16 2,34 2,59 110 6,0 E 160/180 160 x 200 1,92 2,40 2,57 2,85 115 E 160/200 160 x 220 2,11 2,64 2,81 E 160/220 3,11 120 160 x 240 2,30 2,88 3,04 3,37 125 E 160/240 180 x 200 2,16 2,70 2,87 3,17 120 E 180/200 180 x 220 2,38 2,97 3,12 3,46 125 E 180/220 180 x 240 2,59 3,24 3,41 3,80 130 E 180/240 180 x 250 2,70 3,38 3,56 3,94 135 E 180/250 190 x 200 2,28 2,85 3,00 3,33 120 E 190/200 200 x 250 3,00 3,75 3,94 4,35 140 E 200/250 It is possible to make intermediate dimensions of vents between the values given in the table. The aerodynamical free area for these dimensions is determined using linear interpolation. nominal dimensions (inlet opening dimensions) standard

aerodynamical free area

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mcr prolight 1.2.1.

smoke vents DVP type, double-leaf rectangular with upright base

standard description DVP type vents are accommodated for flat and sloped roofs, covered with e.g. roofing paper or PVC membrane. • upright base of galvanized steel sheet of thickness 1.25 mm, height H = 300 or 500 mm, • lower part of the base is equipped with a flange used for mounting to the roof structure, • upper part of the base is profiled for a water removal system, • thermal insulation of thickness 20 mm, • external planking of the thermal insulation that permits finishing of the base, • filling in form of cellular or solid polycarbonate sheet or laminar board, • optional control: pneumatic, electrical, mechanical, or pneumatic-electrical.

1.2.2.

smoke vent MCR-PROLIGHT, DVP type, with an example control system – cross-section

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

1.2.3.

filling pressing frame supporting frame leaf cross-bar base cross-bars set smoke exhaust actuator venting actuator hook console

9. upright base 10. thermal insulation of the base 11. leaf gasket 12. base flange 13. hinge 14. gutter 15. thermal insulation of the gutter 16. external planking – galvanized steel sheet

vent execution options • leaf position sensor (open – closed), • anti-burglary grate painted in a colour of RAL palette, • painting of the base in a colour of RAL palette (powder painting up to dimensions 180 x 300), • wind deflectors, painted in any colour of RAL palette, • change of the thermal insulation thickness and type, • change of the base thickness and material, • non-standard opening dimensions and base height,

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• accommodation of the lower mounting flange dimensions to the roof structure, • external casing of the base made of e.g. galvanised steel sheet (can be painted in any colour of RAL palette), • external planking made of PVC-coated sheet metal, • directing nozzle, painted in any colour of RAL palette.

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mcr prolight 1.2.4.

smoke vents DVP type, double-leaf rectangular with upright base

technical data

type of double-leaf vent with upright base

aerodynamic free area

nominal dimensions (inlet opening dimensions)

[cm] 120 x 250 DVP 120/250 120 x 300 DVP 120/300 150 x 250 DVP 150/250 150 x 300 DVP 150/300 160 x 160 DVP 160/160 160 x 250 DVP 160/250 160 x 280 DVP 160/280 160 x 300 DVP 160/300 170 x 300 DVP 170/300 180 x 160 DVP 180/160 180 x 180 DVP 180/180 180 x 250 DVP 180/250 180 x 280 DVP 180/280 180 x 300 DVP 180/300 200 x 200 DVP 200/200 200 x 240 DVP 200/240 200 x 250 DVP 200/250 200 x 280 DVP 200/280 200 x 300 DVP 200/300 220 x 220 DVP 220/220 220 x 240 DVP 220/240 220 x 250 DVP 220/250 240 x 240 DVP 240/240 240 x 250 DVP 240/250 250 x 250 DVP 250/250 250 x 300 DVP 250/300 300 x 300 DVP 300/300 * for smoke vents with H=50 cm

standard

with wind deflectors

[m2] 1,80 2,16 2,25 2,70 1,54 2,40 2,69 2,88 3,06 1,73 1,94 2,70 3,02 3,24 2,40 2,88 3,00 3,36 3,60 2,90 3,17 3,30 3,46 3,60 3,75 4,50 5,40

[m2] 2,19 2,63 2,74 3,29 1,87 2,92 3,27 3,50 3,72 2,10 2,37 3,29 3,68 3,94 2,92 3,50 3,65 4,09 4,38 3,53 3,85 4,02 4,20 4,38 4,56 5,48 6,57

with with deflectors directing and directing nozzle nozzle [m2] [m2] 2,34 2,57 2,78 3,05 2,85 3,12 3,37 3,67 2,01 2,20 3,01 3,30 3,35 3,67 3,57 3,89 3,74 4,09 2,23 2,45 2,48 2,72 3,67 3,35 3,72 4,08 3,97 4,35 3,00 3,30 3,55 3,89 3,68 4,04 4,09 4,49 4,36 4,77 3,57 3,92 3,87 4,24 4,02 4,41 4,19 4,60 4,35 4,77 4,52 4,96 5,36 5,88 6,35 6,96

rated current of electric actuator for snow load approximate class* weight SL550 [kg] 150 170 160 180 130 170 180 190 195 140 150 170 190 195 160 180 185 190 200 180 185 190 190 200 205 220 240

[A] 2* 1,3 2* 1,6 2* 2,0 2* 2,6 2* 1,6 2* 2,0 2* 2,6 2* 2,6 2* 4,0 2* 2,0 2* 2,0 2* 2,6 2* 2,6 2* 4,0 2* 2,6 2* 4,0 2* 4,0 2* 4,0 2* 4,0 2* 4,0 2* 6,0 2* 6,0 2* 6,0 2* 6,0 2* 6,0 2* 6,0

It is possible to make intermediate dimensions of vents between the values given in the table. The aerodynamic free area for these dimensions is determined using linear interpolation.

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mcr prolight 1.3.1.

smoke vents NG type, square and rectangular with skew base

standard description NG type vents are accommodated for flat and sloped roofs, covered with e.g. roofing paper or PVC membrane. • skew base of galvanised steel sheet of thickness 1.25 mm, height H = 300 or 500 mm, • lower part of the base is equipped with a flange used for mounting to the roof structure, • upper part of the base is profiled for a water removal system, • thermal insulation of thickness 20 mm, • external planking of the thermal insulation that permits finishing of the base, • filling in form of cellular or solid polycarbonate sheet, acrylic dome, or laminar board, • optional control: pneumatic, electrical, mechanical, or pneumatic-electrical.

1.3.2.

smoke vent MCR-PROLIGHT, NG type, with an example control system – cross-section

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

1.3.3.

filling pressing frame supporting frame leaf cross-bar actuator holder smoke exhaust actuator venting actuator

8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

vent execution options • individual accommodation of the opening dimensions to the trimmer beams structure and the filling dimensions, • leaf position sensor (open – closed), • anti-burglary grate painted in a colour of RAL palette, • painting of the base in a colour of RAL palette, • wind deflectors, painted in a colour of RAL palette, • change of the thermal insulation thickness and type, • change of the base thickness and material,

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hook console skew base thermal insulation of the base leaf gasket base flange hinge external planking – galvanised steel sheet

• non-standard opening dimensions and base height, • accommodation of the lower mounting flange dimensions to the roof structure, • external casing of the base made of e.g. galvanised steel sheet (can be painted in any colour of RAL palette), • external planking of the thermal insulation made of PVCcoated sheet metal.

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mcr prolight 1.3.4.

smoke vents NG type, square and rectangular with skew base

technical data

type of singleleaf vent with skew base

nominal dimensions vent (roof opening opening dimensions dimensions)

aerodynamic free area

standard

with wind deflectors

with with deflectors directing and directing nozzle nozzle

approximate weight

[cm] [cm] [m2] [m2] [m2] [m2] 100 x 100 80 x 80 0,55 0,63 0,63 0,63 NG 100/100 100 x 150 80 x 130 0,83 1,03 1,00 1,03 NG 100/150 100 x 200 80 x 180 1,10 1,40 1,32 1,43 NG 100/200 100 x 220 80 x 200 1,21 1,54 1,48 1,58 NG 100/220 100 x 240 80 x 220 1,32 1,68 1,61 1,72 NG 100/240 100 x 250 80 x 230 1,38 1,75 1,67 1,78 NG 100/250 120 x 120 100 x 100 0,79 0,96 0,94 0,96 NG 120/120 120 x 150 100 x 130 0,99 1,26 1,19 1,29 NG 120/150 120 x 180 100 x 170 1,19 1,51 1,44 1,54 NG 120/180 120 x 240 100 x 220 1,58 2,02 1,93 2,07 NG 120/240 120 x 250 100 x 230 1,65 2,10 2,00 2,15 NG 120/250 150 x 150 130 x 130 1,24 1,58 1,49 1,59 NG 150/150 150 x 160 130 x 140 1,32 1,68 1,58 1,68 NG 150/160 150 x 180 130 x 160 1,49 1,89 1,81 1,94 NG 150/180 150 x 220 130 x 200 1,82 2,31 2,24 2,41 NG 150/220 150 x 240 130 x 220 1,98 2,52 2,43 2,61 NG 150/240 150 x 250 130 x 230 2,06 2,63 2,53 2,71 NG 150/250 160 x 160 140 x 140 1,41 1,79 1,72 1,85 NG 160/160 160 x 180 140 x 180 1,58 2,02 1,91 2,05 NG 160/180 160 x 200 140 x 180 1,76 2,24 2,13 2,26 NG 160/200 160 x 220 140 x 200 1,94 2,46 2,38 2,55 NG 160/220 160 x 250 140 x 230 2,20 2,80 2,67 2,86 NG 160/250 180 x 180 160 x 160 1,78 2,27 2,20 2,36 NG 180/180 180 x 200 160 x 200 1,98 2,52 2,42 2,60 NG 180/200 180 x 220 160 x 200 2,18 2,77 2,64 2,83 NG 180/220 180 x 240 160 x 220 2,38 3,02 2,86 3,07 NG 180/240 180 x 250 160 x 230 2,48 3,15 2,97 3,22 NG 180/250 200 x 200 180 x 180 2,20 2,80 2,66 2,86 NG 200/200 200 x 250 180 x 230 2,75 3,50 3,33 3,54 NG 200/250 200 x 300 180 x 280 3,30 4,32 4,00 4,25 NG 200/300 220 x 220 200 x 200 2,66 3,39 3,23 3,43 NG 220/220 It is possible to make intermediate dimensions of vents between the values given in the table.

rated current of electric actuator for snow load class SL250

[kg] 60 70 90 95 100 105 70 80 90 100 110 90 95 100 110 115 120 100 105 110 115 120 110 115 120 125 130 120 130 140 130

[A] 1,3 1,6 2,0 2,6 2,6 2,6 max 2,0 2,0 2,6 4,0 4,0 4,0 4,0 4,0 6,0 6,0 6,0 4,0 6,0 6,0

SL550

[A] 1,6 2,6 4,0 4,0

2,6 4,0 4,0 4,0 4,0

6,0 8,0 8,0 8,0 8,0 6,0

The active surface area for these dimensions is determined using linear interpolation.

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mcr prolight 1.4.1.

smoke vents R type, round with upright base

standard description R type vents are accommodated for flat and sloped roofs, covered with e.g. roofing paper or PVC membrane. • upright base of galvanised steel sheet of thickness 1.25 mm, height H = 300 or 500 mm, • painting of the base in a colour of RAL palette, • lower part of the base is equipped with a flange used for mounting to the roof structure, • upper part of the base is profiled for a water removal system, • thermal insulation of thickness 20 mm, • external planking on the entire height of the base, • filling in form of acrylic dome, • optional control: pneumatic, electrical, mechanical, or pneumatic-electrical.

1.4.2.

smoke vent MCR-PROLIGHT, R type, with an example control system – cross-section

średnica

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

1.4.3.

8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

hook console upright base thermal insulation of the base leaf gasket base flange hinge external planking – galvanized steel sheet

vent execution options • • • •

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filling pressing frame supporting frame leaf cross-bar actuator holder smoke exhaust actuator venting actuator

leaf position sensor (open – closed), anti-burglary grate painted in a colour of RAL palette, change of the thermal insulation thickness and type, change of the base thickness and material,

• non-standard opening dimensions and base height, • accommodation of the lower mounting flange dimensions to the roof structure.

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mcr prolight 1.4.4.

smoke vents R type, round with upright base

technical data type of singleleaf round vent with upright base

nominal dimension (inlet opening diameter)

aerodynamic free area standard

with directing nozzle

approximate weight

[cm] [m2] [m2] [kg] 100 0,43 0,46 65 R 100 110 0,52 0,55 70 R 110 115 0,57 0,60 72 R 115 120 0,62 0,66 75 R 120 125 0,67 0,71 77 R 125 130 0,73 0,77 80 R 130 135 0,79 0,83 83 R 135 140 0,85 0,89 86 R 140 150 0,97 1,02 90 R 150 155 1,04 1,09 93 R 155 160 1,11 1,17 97 R 160 It is possible to make intermediate dimensions of vents between the values given in the table. The active surface area for these dimensions is determined using linear interpolation.

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rated current of electric actuator for snow load class SL250 SL550 [A] [A] 1,6 2,0 1,6 2,6 1,6 4,0 2,0 4,0 2,0 4,0 2,6 4,0 4,0 6,0 4,0 6,0 4,0 4,0 6,0

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mcr prolight 1.5.1.

smoke vents for profiled roofs, PR variety

standard description PR type vents are accommodated for flat and sloped roofs, covered with profiled (e.g. trapezoid) sheet metal or sandwich-type of selected profiles. • vent bases as the bases of C, E, DVP, and NG types, • thermal insulation of thickness 20 mm, • external aluminium finishing accommodated to the metal sheet of the roof covering (prior arrangements are necessary, concerning the roof covering type), • accommodation of the lower mounting flange dimensions to the roof structure (prior arrangements are necessary, concerning the structure type), • filling as for C, E, DVP, and NG type vents, • optional control: pneumatic, electrical, mechanical, or pneumatic-electrical.

1.5.2.

smoke vent MCR-PROLIGHT, PR type, example structure varieties

PR smoke vent, section of the side along the roof slope 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

1.5.3.

filling pressing frame supporting frame leaf cross-bar system gasket upper part of the external casing

7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

PR smoke vent, section of the side perpendicular to the roof slope – top

lower part of the external casing upright base thermal insulation of the base gasket profiled flange

vent execution options • • • • •

1.5.4.

PR smoke vent, section of the side perpendicular to the roof slope – bottom

leaf position sensor (open – closed), anti-burglary grate painted in any colour of RAL palette, painting of the base in a colour of RAL palette, wind deflectors, painted in any colour of RAL palette, change of the thermal insulation thickness and type,

• change of the base thickness and material, • non-standard opening dimensions and base height, • directing nozzle.

notes It is recommended to use PR vents for SANDWICH type covering at distances up to 2 m from the roof ridge or in the roof ridge.

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smoke vents overlay type, for plinth, N variety

standard description Overlay vents are accommodated for mounting on existing concrete or steel plinths and they are manufactured in dimensions of C, E, DVP, and NG vents. • vent bases as the bases of C, E, DVP, and NG types, • lower part of the base is equipped with a flange used for mounting on a plinth or on an existing base, e.g. of a skylight, executed in accordance with the client’s specification, • upper part of the base is profiled for a water removal system, • thermal insulation of thickness 20 mm, • external finishing of galvanised steel sheet with a flange accommodated to the plinth dimensions and equipped with a drip cap of height 50 mm, • filling as for C, E, DVP, and NG type vents, • optional control: pneumatic, electrical, mechanical, or pneumatic-electrical.

1.6.2.

smoke vent MCR-PROLIGHT, N type, with an example control system – cross-section

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

1.6.3.

filling pressing frame supporting frame leaf cross-bar actuator holder smoke exhaust actuator venting actuator

8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

hook console upright base thermal insulation of the base leaf gasket base flange hinge external planking – galvanised steel sheet

hatch execution options • • • • •

leaf position sensor (open – closed), anti-burglary grate painted in a colour of RAL palette, painting of the base in a colour of RAL palette, wind deflectors, painted in a colour of RAL palette, change of the thermal insulation thickness and type,

• change of the base thickness and material, • non-standard opening dimensions and base height, • directing nozzle painted in a colour of RAL palette.

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skylights C, E, NG, and R type, on upright and skew bases

standard description Skylights are accommodated for flat and sloped roofs, covered with roofing paper, PVC membrane, roofing tile (C, E, NG, R types), profiled sheet metal (PR type), or for plinths (N type). They are manufactured in structural varieties as vents: C, E, N, NG, PR, and R. • upright or skew (NG) base of galvanised steel sheet of thickness 1.25 mm, height H = 300 or 500 mm, • lower part of the base is equipped with a flange used for mounting to the roof structure, • upper part of the base is profiled for a water removal system, • thermal insulation of thickness 20 mm, • external planking of the thermal insulation that permits finishing of the base or planking on the entire height of the base in R and N types, • filling in form of cellular or solid polycarbonate sheet, acrylic dome, or laminar board.

2.2.

skylight MCR-PROLIGHT, C or E type – cross-section

filling pressing frame upright or skew (NG) base thermal insulation of the base

5. gasket 6. base flange 7. external planking (C, E, NG, PR)

H

H

1. 2. 3. 4.

diameter

NG type skylight

AxB

H

H

R type skylight

axb AxB

AxB E-PR type skylight

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mcr prolight 2.3.

skylights C, E, NG, and R type, on upright and skew bases

technical data typ C 50 C 70 C 80 C 85 C 100 C 120 C 140 C 150 C 160 C 180 C 200 E 50/100 E 70/100 E 100/140 E 100/150 E 100/200 E 100/220 E 120/150 E 120/170 E 120/180 E 120/250 E 120/300 E 140/200 E 150/250 E 150/300 E 160/180 E 160/250 E 180/250 E 180/300 E 200/250 E 200/300 E 200/400 R 70 R 85 R 100 R 120 R 140 R 160 R 180 R 200 R 250 R 300

2.4.

typ NG 60/90 NG 90/90 NG 100/100 NG 100/140 NG 100/150 NG 100/200 NG 100/240 NG 100/250 NG 120/120 NG 120/150 NG 120/180 NG 120/240 NG 120/250 NG 150/150 NG 150/180 NG 150/210 NG 150/240 NG 150/250 NG 180/180 NG 180/240 NG 180/250 NG 200/200 NG 220/220

dome opening dimensions [cm] with skew base 40 x 70 70 x 70 80 x 80 80 x 130 80 x 120 80 x 180 80 x 120 80 x 230 100 x 100 100 x 130 100 x 160 100 x 220 100 x 230 130 x 130 130 x 160 130 x 190 130 x 220 130 x 230 160 x 160 160 x 220 260 x230 180 x 180 200 x 200

roof opening dimensions [cm] 60 x 90 90 x 90 100 x 100 100 x 150 100 x 140 100 x 200 100 x 240 100 x 250 120 x 120 120 x 150 120 x 180 120 x 240 120 x 250 150 x 150 150 x 180 150 x 210 150 x 240 150 x 250 180 x 180 180 x 240 180 x 250 200 x 200 220 x 220

skylight execution options • • • • • •

2.5.

opening dimensions A x B [cm] square 50 x 50 70 x 70 80 x80 85 x 85 100 x 100 120 x 120 140 x 140 150 x 150 160 x 160 180 x 180 200 x 200 rectangular 50 x 100 70 x 100 100 x 140 100 x 150 100 x 200 100 x 220 120 x 150 120 x 170 120 x 180 120 x 250 120 x 300 140 x 200 150 x 250 150 x 300 160 x 180 160 x 250 180 x 250 180 x 300 200 x 250 200 x 300 200 x 400 round Ø 70 Ø 85 Ø 100 Ø 120 Ø 140 Ø 160 Ø 180 Ø 200 Ø 250 Ø 300

anti-burglary grate painted in any colour of RAL palette, painting of the base in any colour of RAL palette, change of the thermal insulation thickness and type, change of the base thickness and material, non-standard opening dimensions and base height, accommodation of the lower mounting flange dimensions to

the roof structure, • external finishing made of e.g. galvanised steel sheet, • upper planking made of PVC-coated sheet metal, • skylight accommodation for mounting on roofs covered with profiled sheet metal – PR type.

domes for skylights We offer single, double, and triple acrylic domes in most dimensions of the manufactured vents and skylights. Please contact our sales department for detailed information. Domes of solid polycarbonate are only available on special request.

2.6.

note Not all skylight dimensions are available with all filling types – please consult our sales department.

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roof hatchways C, E, and NG type

standard description Hatchways are accommodated for flat and sloped roofs, covered with roofing paper, PVC membrane, roofing tile (C, E, NG types), or profiled sheet metal (PR type). They are manufactured in structural varieties as vents: C, E, NG, PR. • upright or skew (NG) base of galvanised steel sheet of thickness 1.25 mm, height H = 300 or 500 mm, • lower part of the base is equipped with a flange used for mounting to the roof structure, • upper part of the base is profiled for a water removal system, • thermal insulation of thickness 20 mm, • external planking of the thermal insulation that permits finishing of the base, • filling in form of cellular or solid polycarbonate board, acrylic dome, or laminar board, • gas springs used in order to facilitate opening the hatchway and keeping it open.

3.2.

roof hatchway, C type, with gas springs – cross-section

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

3.3.

9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

leaf gasket base flange hinge opening limit cord actuator mounting console handle external planking – galvanised steel sheet

hatchway execution options • • • • • • •

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filling pressing frame supporting frame leaf cross-bar hatchway lock gas spring upright or skew (NG) base thermal insulation of the base

leaf position sensor (open), anti-burglary grate painted in a colour of RAL palette, painting of the base in a colour of RAL palette, change of the thermal insulation thickness and type, change of the base thickness and material, non-standard opening dimensions and base height, accommodation of the lower mounting flange dimensions to the roof structure,

• external casing of the base made of e.g. galvanised steel sheet (can be painted in any colour of RAL palette), • upper planking made of PVC-coated sheet metal, • hatchway accommodation for mounting on roofs covered with profiled sheet metal.

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mcr prolight 3.4.

roof hatchways C, E, and NG type

technical data

typ

vent opening dimensions A x B [cm]

typ

square C 80 C 100 C 120 C 140 C 150

80 x 80 100 x 100 120 x 120 140 x 140 150 x 150

NG 100/100 NG 100/150 NG 120/120 NG 150/150

vent opening dimensions [cm] with skew base 80 x 80 80 x 130 100 x 100 130 x 130

base opening dimensions [cm] 100 x 100 100 x 150 120 x 120 150 x 150

rectangular E 100/140 E 100/150 E 100/200 E 100/220 E 120/150 E 120/170

100 x 140 100 x 150 100 x 200 100 x 220 120 x 150 120 x 170

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smoke vents and skylights – additional equipment

wind deflectors • used for: – increasing the aerodynamic free area of smoke exhaust, – protecting the vent against whipping rain or snow when using the ventilation function, • made of galvanised steel sheet, aluminium sheet, or polyester, • option: painted in any colour of RAL palette.

4.2.

additional directing nozzle • used for increasing the aerodynamic free area of smoke exhaust, • mounted under the vent, • made of galvanised steel sheet, aluminium sheet, or fibreglass-reinforced polyester, • option: painted in any colour of RAL palette

a b 100

a, b – vent base dimensions

4.3.

300

b+ 200 a+

200

anti-burglary grates • accommodated to the entire range of smoke vents and skylights offered by MERCOR, • protect from unauthorized entry and safeguard against the accidental fall of a person, • mounted inside smoke vents and skylights, • made of steel sections, • rotational mounting of grate bars protects against sawing, • powder painted in any colour of RAL palette, • mounted in the base opening or directly below the base, • execution options: – galvanised grate, – hinged grate with lock, – accommodated for mounting on the structure below the skylight or smoke vent.

4.4.

elements of the leaf position signalling system • used for signalling the position of a smoke vent or ventilation hatch leaf in order to present this information on the control switchboard in building automation systems, • the following elements may be included in the system: – limit switches mounted in a vent / hatch (NO and NC volt-free contacts), – control switchboard located according to the customer’s needs, • selection of elements and exact configuration of the system are done on the basis of the customer’s order, • depending on the customer’s needs, the following states may be signalled: – leaf closed, – leaf open.

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smoke vents and skylights – additional equipment

additional roof work • example application: masking from inside the roof structure below mounting of the vent or skylight (drawing on page 22, ref. 7)

4.6.

• made according to the customer’s order, of galvanised steel sheet or aluminium sheet, • option: painted in any colour of RAL palette.

sunblinds • sunblind are used for controlling the amount of light coming through a skylight, • sunblind are made on special request of the customer for C, E, NG, N, and PR type skylights, • may be mounted in the base opening or directly below the base, • sunblind are available for the following dimensions of blanked opening [cm]:

– – – – – – – – – – – – –

40 x 40 40 x 70 50 x 50 60 x 60 60 x 90 70 x 70 70 x 100 75 x 75 75 x 125 75 x 175 80 x 80 80 x 130 90 x 90

– – – – – – – – – – – – –

90 x 120 100 x 100 100 x 130 100 x 160 100 x 200 110 x 110 120 x 120 130 x 130 130 x 160 130 x 200 130 x 230 150 x 150 160 x 200

• additionally, a handle may be ordered for manual shifting of sunblind of the following lengths: 1.50 m; 2.0 m or 3.0 m.

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methods of mounting and roof work for smoke vents, skylights and hatchways

steel base on reinforced concrete slab finishing with PVC membrane

finishing with roofing paper

1. steel base of the smoke vent or skylight 2. sheet metal strip for mounting of the roofing paper or PVC membrane 3. thermal insulation of the base 4. finishing with PVC membrane 5. thermal insulation of the roof 6. reinforced concrete slab

1. steel base of the smoke vent or skylight 2. sheet metal strip for mounting of the roofing paper or PVC membrane 3. thermal insulation of the base 4. finishing with roofing paper 5. thermal insulation of the roof 6. reinforced concrete slab

steel base on steel structure finishing with PVC membrane

finishing with roofing paper

1. steel base of the smoke vent or skylight 2. sheet metal strip for mounting of the roofing paper or PVC membrane 3. thermal insulation of the base 4. finishing with PVC membrane 5. thermal insulation of the roof 6. trapezoid sheet metal 7. additional roof work 8. steel supporting structure

1. steel base of the smoke vent or skylight 2. sheet metal strip for mounting of the roofing paper or PVC membrane 3. thermal insulation of the base 4. finishing with roofing paper 5. thermal insulation of the roof 6. trapezoid sheet metal 7. additional roof work 8. steel supporting structure

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5.4.

methods of mounting and roof work for smoke vents, skylights and hatchways

steel base on steel structure finishing with PVC membrane

finishing with roofing paper

1. steel base of the smoke vent or skylight 2. sheet metal strip for mounting of the roofing paper or PVC membrane 3. thermal insulation of the base 4. finishing with PVC membrane 5. thermal insulation of the roof 6. trapezoid sheet metal 7. steel supporting structure

1. steel base of the smoke vent or skylight 2. sheet metal strip for mounting of the roofing board or membrane 3. thermal insulation of the base 4. finishing with roofing paper 5. thermal insulation of the roof 6. trapezoid sheet metal 7. steel supporting structure

steel base on steel structure finishing with PVC membrane

finishing with roofing paper

1. steel base of the smoke vent or skylight 2. sheet metal strip for mounting of the roofing paper or PVC membrane 3. thermal insulation of the base 4. finishing with PVC membrane 5. thermal insulation of the roof 6. trapezoid sheet metal 7. steel supporting structure

1. steel base of the smoke vent or skylight 2. sheet metal strip for mounting of the roofing paper or PVC membrane 3. thermal insulation of the base 4. finishing with roofing paper 5. thermal insulation of the roof 6. trapezoid sheet metal 7. steel supporting structure

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5.6.

methods of mounting and roof work for smoke vents, skylights and hatchways

steel or polyester skew base on steel structure steel base

polyester base

1. steel base of the smoke vent or skylight 2. sheet metal strip for mounting of the roofing paper or PVC membrane 3. thermal insulation of the base 4. finishing with roofing paper or PVC membrane 5. thermal insulation of the roof 6. trapezoid sheet metal 7. steel supporting structure

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

steel base on steel, wooden, or reinforced concrete plinth

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

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polyester base of the smoke vent thermal insulation of the base finishing with roofing paper or PVC membrane thermal insulation of the roof trapezoid sheet metal steel supporting structure

steel base of the smoke vent or skylight thermal insulation of the base thermal insulation of the overlay drip cap finishing with roofing paper or PVC membrane thermal insulation of the roof reinforced concrete slab

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methods of mounting and roof work for smoke vents, skylights and hatchways

steel base on steel structure system roof – aluminium finishing on a profiled sheet metal roof vent base of galvanised steel sheet gasket roof slope external flashing system fastener system gasket

system fastener system gasket covering sheet metal

covering sheet metal supporting structure

insulation

insulation supporting structure

cross-section through the vent base perpendicular to the roofing corrugations

cross-section through the vent base parallel to the roofing corrugations, on the eaves side

roof slope

system fastener system gasket covering sheet metal

insulation

supporting structure cross-section through the vent base parallel to the roofing corrugations , on the roof ridge side

5.8.

steel base on steel structuresystem roof of SANDWICH type

max 2 m

max 2 m

roof slope

roof slope

It is possible to mount smoke vents, skylights and roof hatchways in the zone at the roof ridge, at a max. distance of 2 m.

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methods of mounting and roof work for smoke vents, skylights and hatchways

suspending a directing nozzle under a vent MCR-Prolight on steel structure finishing with PVC membrane

on concrete ceiling finishing with roofing paper

7 9

1. steel base of the smoke vent or skylight 2. sheet metal strip for mounting of the roofing paper or PVC membrane 3. thermal insulation of the base 4. finishing with PVC membrane 5. thermal insulation of the roof 6. trapezoid sheet metal 7. additional masking element 8. steel supporting structure 9. directing nozzle

vent execution options

300

5.10.

1. steel base of the smoke vent or skylight 2. sheet metal strip for mounting of the roofing paper or PVC membrane 3. thermal insulation of the base 4. finishing with roofing paper 5. thermal insulation of the roof 6. reinforced concrete slab 7. directing nozzle

∼220

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roof opening dimension

∼220

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continuous rooflights with smoke exhaust and/or ventilation vents

functions Continuous rooflights with integrated smoke hatches serve a triple function: • provide smoke and heat exhaust ventilation during fire, • provide lighting of rooms, • permit natural ventilation of the building. A continuous rooflight consist of a base and a dome.

6.0.2.

base of continuous rooflights The base of continuous rooflights is made of galvanised steel sheet of thickness 1.25 ÷ 5 mm and standard modular length 1000, 1250, 2500, 3000 mm. Standard base height is 300 mm or 500 mm. The base is equipped with a lower flange used for mounting the base on a trimmer beam or on the roof structure. Modular bases are connected with each other using bolted joints. The base is mounted to the foundation using self-tapping screws, plain screws,

6.0.3.

options for the bases of continuous rooflights • • • •

6.0. 4.

base height from 100 mm to 700 mm, skew base, self-supporting base of modular length up to 6000 mm, mounting of the continuous rooflight on an existing

concrete, wooden, or steel plinth, using a steel overlay (page 40), • painting of bases and bracings in a colour of RAL palette, • anti-burglary grates.

dome of continuous rooflights The dome (vault) of a continuous rooflight is either mounted on a previously insulated base with waterproof sealing or on an existing plinth using a steel overlay base. The dome of a continuous rooflight is made of a framework of aluminium sections of special shape that permits water removal. The dome filling usually consists of milky or transparent cellular polycarbonate. The dome filling of a continuous rooflight may be

6.0.5.

or expansion bolts, depending on the materials of the supporting structure.In the case of larger clear spans of continuous rooflights, the bases are stiffened using braces at every 2500 ÷ 3000 mm, made of cold-formed sections. Mounting and finishing of the bases of continuous rooflights is presented on pages 33 – 38.

selected from the table – filling options (on page 38), selecting proper material suitable for you depending on the requirements in respect of transparency and the value of the heat transfer coefficient for a given material.

options • selection of filling according to the table on page 40, • painting of aluminium sections in colours of RAL palette. Continuous rooflights are designed to be equipped with smoke vents and ventilation hatches. Continuous rooflights of type MCR-Prolight offered by MERCOR satisfy the requirements of the technical approval ITB no. AT-15-5661/2005 confirmed by the certificate of conformity ITB-539/W. Smoke vents for continuous rooflights are certified according to EN 12101-2.

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continuous rooflights with smoke exhaust and/or ventilation vents

arch-shaped continuous rooflights double-leaf smoke vent

cross-section

ventilation hatch

arch-shaped section

filling**

90° le* du 0 o m 71 ard 0, nd 0,106 a t s 11 2

longitudinal section

tympanum

base

edge section

R – radius of the continuous rooflight (depending on the filling material) S – clear span of the continuous rooflight (min. 0.5 m – max 7 m) L – length of the continuous rooflight (no limitations) f – rise of arch (depending on the radius and clear span) h – height of the base (standard 300 mm and 500 mm)

* Module is selected by the manufacturer depending on the rooflight clear span and the filling used. ** Filling page 40.

6.1.1.

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continuous rooflights with smoke exhaust and/or ventilation vents

triangular continuous rooflights

6.2.

aluminium section

ventilation hatch

filling**

cross-section ≥90° * ul e od m 0 ard 71 nd 60, sta 10

≥90°

longitudinal section

tympanum

base

smoke vent

a – inclination angle of the continuous rooflight walls (standard 30° or 45°) S – clear span of the continuous rooflight (min. 0.5 m – max 7 m) L – length of the continuous rooflight (no limitations) H – height of the continuous rooflight (depending on the inclination angle and clear span) h – height of the base (standard 300 mm and 500 mm) *

Module is selected by the manufacturer depending on the rooflight clear span and the filling used. ** Filling page 40.

6.2.1.

shapes

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continuous rooflights with smoke exhaust and/or ventilation vents

pyramid skylights filling*

aluminium section

≥90°

top view

ventilation hatch

base

smoke vent

* Filling page 40.

cross-section

a – inclination angle of the pyramid walls (standard 30° or 45°) S – clear span of the skylight (min. 0.5 m; max 7 m) H – height of the pyramid (depending on the inclination angle and clear span) h – height of the base (standard 300 mm and 500 mm)

6.3.1.

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continuous rooflights with smoke exhaust and/or ventilation vents

igloo skylights filling*

arch-shaped section

top view

base * Filling page 40.

drawing description

R– D– H– h–

6.4.1.

radius of the dome (depending on the filling material) diameter of the skylight (min. 0.5 m; max 7 m) height of the dome (depending on the diameter and radius) height of the base (standard 300 mm and 500 mm)

shapes

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smoke vents and ventilation hatches in continuous rooflights

smoke vents in continuous rooflights

double-leaf overlay type

double-leaf type, full clear span of the continuous rooflight

single-leaf overlay type single-leaf type, half clear span of the continuous rooflight

single-leaf type, full clear span of the continuous rooflight

6.5.2.

ventilation hatches in continuous rooflights

single-leaf type, half clear span of the continuous rooflight

single-leaf overlay type

single-leaf type, full clear span of the continuous rooflight

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smoke vents and ventilation hatches in continuous rooflights

standard dimensions of smoke vents in continuous rooflights

dimensions of double-leaf vent

aerodynamic free area of smoke vent

without deflectors with deflectors [m2] [cm] [m2] 0,90 1,05 100 x 150 1,50 1,75 100 x 250 0,86 1,01 120 x 120 1,51 1,76 120 x 210 1,35 1,57 150 x 150 1,89 2,21 150 x 210 2,25 2,63 150 x 250 2,27 2,65 180 x 210 2,52 2,94 200 x 210 3,00 3,25 200 x 250 3,30 3,58 220 x 250 3,60 3,90 240 x 250 3,75 4,06 250 x 250 * rated current depending on rooflight width and height

rated current of electric actuator for snow load class * SL250 [A] 2* 0,8 2* 0,8 2* 0,8 2* 0,8 2* max 1,3 2* max 1,6 2* 1,6 2* max 1,3 2* 1,3 2* 1,6 2* 2,0 2* max 2,6 2* max 2,6

SL550 [A] 2* 0,8 2* 0,8 2* 0,8 2* 1,0 2* 1,6 2* 2,0 2* 2,0 2* 1,6 2* 1,6 2* 2,0 2* 2,6 2* 4,0 2* max 6,0

SL650 [A] 2* max 1,3 2* max 1,3 2* 0,8 2* max 1,6 2* 1,6 2* 2,0 2* 2,6 2* 2,0 2* 2,6 2* max 4,0 2* max 6,0 2* 6,0 2* 6,0

It is possible to make intermediate dimensions of vents between the values given in the table. The aerodynamic free area for these dimensions is determined using linear interpolati. aerodynamic free area of smoke vent in continuous rooflight of rated current of electric actuator for snow width S: dimensions load class * of single-leaf 1,0 m ≤ S ≤ 2,8 m 2,8 m ≤ S ≤ 7,0 m vent without with without with SL250 SL550 SL650 deflectors deflectors deflectors deflectors 2 2 2 2 [cm] [m ] [m ] [m ] [m ] [A] [A] [A] 0,60 0,73 0,60 0,68 2,0 2,6 4,0 100 x 100 0,72 0,88 0,72 0,82 2,0 4,0 4,0 100 x 120 0,84 1,02 0,84 0,95 2,6/4,0 4,0/6,0 4,0 100 x 140 0,96 1,17 0,96 1,09 2,6/4,0 4,0/6,0 100 x 160 1,08 1,31 1,08 1,22 2,6/6,0 8,0 100 x 180 1,20 1,46 1,20 1,36 2,6/6,0 100 x 200 1,32 1,61 1,32 1,50 4,0/8,0 100 x 220 1,50 1,83 1,50 1,70 4,0 100 x 250 0,86 1,05 0,86 0,98 2,6 4,0 120 x 120 1,15 1,40 1,15 1,31 4,0 120 x 160 1,30 1,58 1,30 1,47 4,0 120 x 180 1,51 1,84 1,51 1,71 120 x 210 1,80 2,19 1,80 2,04 120 x 250 1,35 1,64 1,35 1,53 6,0 150 x 150 1,62 1,97 1,62 1,84 6,0 150 x 180 1,89 2,30 1,89 2,14 150 x 210 2,25 2,74 2,25 2,55 150 x 250 1,94 2,37 1,94 2,20 180 x 180 2,27 2,76 2,27 2,57 180 x 210 2,70 3,29 2,70 3,06 180 x 250 2,40 2,92 2,40 2,72 200 x 200 2,52 3,07 2,52 2,86 200 x 210 3,00 3,65 3,00 3,40 200 x 250 * depending on positioning of the vent It is possible to make intermediate dimensions of vents between the values given in the table. The aerodynamic free area for these dimensions is determined using linear interpolati.

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smoke vents and ventilation hatches in continuous rooflights

6.5.5.

control system – pneumatic actuator for smoke exhaust

6.5.6.

control system – 24 V= electric actuator for smoke exhaust

6.5.7.

control system – pneumatic actuator for smoke exhaust + 230 V~ electric actuator for daily ventilation

6.5.8.

control system – 230 V~ electric actuator for ventilation

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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filling of the continuous rooflight vent leaf base of the continuous rooflight supporting structure of the actuator smoke exhaust actuator

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methods of mounting for bases of continuous rooflights and roof works

Presented below are the most frequently used installation methods for bases of continuous rooflights for roofs covered with roofing paper, PVC membrane, corrugated sheet metal, and roofs made of sandwich panels. For the bases where the thermal insulation thickness exceeds 60 mm we recommend bases equipped with an additional steel overlay.

steel base on reinforced concrete structure

1. steel base of the continuous rooflight 2. thermal insulation of the base

3. finishing with roofing paper or membrane 4. thermal insulation of the roof

5. reinforced concrete slab 6. overlay

steel base on steel structure

base height

7.2.

overlay base

base height

base height

upright base

1. steel base of the continuous rooflight 2. thermal insulation of the base

base height

7.1.

3. finishing with roofing paper or membrane 4. thermal insulation of the roof

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1. 2. 3. 4.

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5. 6. 7. 8.

additional masking element trapezoid sheet metal steel supporting structure overlay

steel base of the continuous rooflight thermal insulation of the base finishing with roofing paper or membrane thermal insulation of the roof

base height

steel base on steel structure

base height

7.4.

steel base of the continuous rooflight thermal insulation of the base finishing with roofing paper or membrane thermal insulation of the roof

base height

steel base on steel structure

base height

7.3.

methods of mounting for bases of continuous rooflights and roof works

5. trapezoid sheet metal 6. steel supporting structure 7. overlay

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methods of mounting for bases of continuous rooflights and roof works

steel base on steel structure, system roof – aluminium flashings on a profiled sheet metal roof possible finishing variants of continuous rooflights on roofs covered with sheet metal

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

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possible finishing variants of continuous rooflights on roofs covered with sheet metal

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8

1. 2. 3. 4.

steel base of the continuous rooflight thermal insulation of the base external aluminium flashing thermal insulation of the roof

5. 6. 7. 8.

system bolt system gasket covering sheet metal supporting structure

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methods of mounting for bases of continuous rooflights and roof works

steel base on steel structure, system roof – aluminium flashings on a profiled sheet metal roof possible finishing variants of continuous rooflights on roofs covered with sheet metal

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

9

8

max. 2 m max. 2 m

roof slope

It is possible to mount continuous rooflights in the roof ridge, and also perpendicular to the roof ridge at a max. distance of 2 m from the roof ridge.

steel base on concrete, steel, or wooden plinth

min. 300

7.8.

steel base of the continuous rooflight thermal insulation of the base external aluminium flashing thermal insulation of the roof system bolt system gasket covering sheet metal supporting structure additional masking element

steel base on steel structure – sandwich-type system roof

roof slope

7.7.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

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plinth thermal insulation of the plinth covering with roofing paper or membrane roof insulation reinforced concrete slab overlay-type base

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filling materialsnienia

8.1.

fillings of individual standing smoke vents, skylights, and hatchways

8.1.1

acrylic domes execution colour • milky (opal) • transparent • smoky (brown) • black • others on request • single dome • double dome • triple dome other properties of the material

8.1.2

domes and pyramids approx. light transmittance 76 85

[%]

approx. thermal insulating power [W/m 5,4 2,9 1,9 • • • •

2 K]

approx. acoustic insulating power [dB] 20 25 30

hail resistance resistance to temperatures between –30°C to +120°C self-cleaning impact resistance : impact-proof acrylic glass 4 mm: 12 kJ/m

2

(acc. to ISO 179)

solid polycarbonate domes execution colour • milky (opal) • transparent

domes and pyramids approx. light transmittance [%] 40 85

• single dome • double dome • triple dome

approx. thermal insulating power [W/m 5,3 2,9 1,9

other properties of the material

2 K]

approx. acoustic insulating power [dB] 20 25 30

• hail resistance • self-cleaning • unbreakable (acc. to ISO 179)

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8.2.

fillings of smoke vents, skylights, and hatchways

8.2.1

cellular polycarbonate thickness (mm)

number of cells

colour

light transmittance [%]

thermal insulating power [W/m2K]

10

1

transparent milky (opal)

77 – 88 30 – 66

3,0 – 3,35

10

2

transparent milky (opal)

73 – 79 48 – 59

2,7 – 3,0

10

3

transparent milky (opal)

68 – 88 47 – 66

2,5 – 2,7

16

2

transparent milky (opal)

70 – 82 15 – 64

2,3 – 2,5

16

4

transparent milky (opal)

55 – 79 24 – 61

1,8 – 2,4

16

Z*

transparent milky (opal)

55 – 79 24 – 61

1,8 – 2,1

20

4

transparent milky (opal)

51 – 69 28 – 49

1,7 – 2,1

25

5

transparent milky (opal)

47 – 69 18 – 66

1,5 – 1,9

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Z*

transparent milky (opal)

55 – 70 18 – 35

1,4

* – boards of complex cross-sections Parameters of cellular polycarbonate sheets are specified on the basis of technical information from the sheet manufacturers.

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introduction Operation of smoke vents, as well as smoke vents with additional venting function, in spot execution or located in continuous rooflights, requires some activation devices for their opening and closing. These devices, or rather sets of devices, form a control system for smoke and heat exhaust or smoke and heat exhaust combined with daily ventilation. Depending on the type of devices used, a smoke exhaust control system may be executed as: • pneumatic system, • electrical system, • mechanical system, • pneumatic-electrical system (pneumatic part for smoke exhaust and electrical part controlling the ventilation). A control system for smoke exhaust and/or ventilation may be used in: • spot vents, • vents in arch-shaped continuous rooflights, • vents in triangular continuous rooflights, • vents in pyramid skylights, • vents in igloo skylights, • smoke exhaust windows. Smoke exhaust control systems are activated automatically by smoke detectors or by an increase of air temperature, and with a smoke vent they constitute an automatic smoke exhaust device. In accordance with the customer’s needs, apart from automatic activation, a control system may be equipped with devices permitting remote manual activation, as well as releasing from a fire alarm signalling system. In addition, integration with a fire alarm signalling system permits synchronised operation of the smoke exhaust system with the operation of sprinklers, smoke and fire curtains, fire partitions, operation of inlet ventilation, or with a system controlling the operation of aeration openings. A control system for smoke vents and ventilation hatches may be optionally equipped with adequate sensors and a weather monitoring unit, permitting the closing of vents opened beforehand for ventilation, in the case of rain or strong wind. The purpose of using automatic smoke exhaust devices is to remove smoke and fire gases from enclosed spaces (production floors, storage spaces, public facilities, etc.) to the outside of buildings, and to lower the temperature. These devices contribute to the protection of human lives and property by: • maintaining escape routes with low smoke levels, permitting evacuation, • facilitating the fire-fighting action by easier location of the place of fire, • reducing the risk of destruction of the building structure by lowering the temperature, • reducing the rate at which any fire spreads, • reducing the risk to human lives and limiting the fire damage caused by smoke, hot combustion gases and thermal decomposition products.

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pneumatic 9.1.1.

control system for smoke exhaust and/or daily ventilation – equipment

elements of a pneumatic control system – flow controllers flow controllers with thermal fuse Flow controller with thermal fuse, called also thermal release valve or thermal tripper, is used for feeding a pneumatic smoke exhaust actuator from its own CO2 cartridge or from a CO2 installation. The release of gas from the CO2 cartridge installed in the thermal valve occurs automatically after exceeding the nominal temperature of the thermal fuse – an alcohol ampoule – its breaking causes the release of the needle and punching the CO2 cartridge protection.

TAVE • function: local and remote opening of a vent in order to exhaust smoke (opening only), • thermal release valve accommodated for operation with an alarm box equipped only with manual emergency opening function, • may be used for single and triple pipe installations (see: Example executions of pneumatic control system), • 2 x 1/8” connectors, • integrated initial valve for deaeration of the system or for connecting other control devices (e.g. alarm box or ventilation box), • optionally, the possibility of remote releasing by electrical signal (CA-TEA-VVE) or pneumatic signal (CA-TPA-VVE), which permits cooperation with other control systems, e.g. a fire alarm signalling system.

The released gas is directed to the pneumatic smoke exhaust actuator, forcing the vent to lift: • variations: TAVE, TAVZ – pneumatic diagrams below, • disposable CO2 cartridge with threaded connection 1/2” UNF, • alcohol ampoules: for nominal temperatures of 68°C, 93°C, 110°C, 141°C, • maximum operating pressure: 8 MPa, • no tools are necessary to strain the needle and exchange the ampoule.

OUT to vents – open

IN from alarm box – open

pneumatic diagram of TAVE thermal release valve

TAVZ • function: local and remote opening of a vent in order to exhaust smoke and closing of the vent (opening and the possibility of remote closing), • thermal release valve accommodated for operation with an alarm box equipped with both manual emergency opening and closing function, • may be used for double and four-pipe installations (see: Example executions of pneumatic control system), • 4 x 1/8” connectors, • integrated initial valve for deaeration of the system or for connecting other control devices (e.g. alarm box or ventilation box), • optionally, the possibility of remote releasing by electrical signal (CA-TEA-VVZ) or pneumatic signal (CA-TPA-VVZ), which permits cooperation with other control systems, e.g. a fire alarm signalling system.

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OUT to vents – close.

IN from alarm box – close.

OUT to vents – open

IN from alarm box – open

pneumatic diagram of TAVZ thermal release valve

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pneumatic 9.1.2.

control system for smoke exhaust and/or daily ventilation – equipment

elements of a pneumatic control system – pneumatic actuator Pneumatic actuator is used for opening of vent leafs for ventilation and/or smoke exhaust function: • double action pneumatic cylinder (opening/closing), • body of anodised aluminium, • piston rod of stainless steel with anti-dust protection, • recommended operating pressure: 0.6…1 MPa, • maximum static operating pressure: 6 MPa, • locking in fully extended position – other executions optional, • maximum locking force: 6500 N, • manual release of the lock.

9.1.3.

elements of a pneumatic control system – alarm boxes Emergency boxes are devices used for remote emergency opening of vents using the energy of compressed CO2 contained in the cartridge installed in the box. The release of gas occurs after manual operation of the valve using the marked lever – it causes the release of the needle, the punching of the CO2 cartridge, and then the outflow of gas to the system. • sheet steel box in red colour RAL 3000, • lockable door, with replaceable glass panel, • lever controlling the emergency opening, visible through the glass panel, • connector terminals on the upper side of the box, • equipped with valves in a configuration depending on the customer’s needs, • sizes and number of cartridges in the box selected for the customer’s application, box size depending on the size of installed cartridges, • connectors for 6 mm pipe, option: for 8 mm pipe, • CO2 cartridge connectors: 1/2” UNF,· maximum operating pressure in CO2 circuits: 8 MPa, • note: connecting of boxes in series or in parallel is not possible without additional elements, • designed for one smoke exhaust section, for more sections on special request. dimensions of boxes and spare glasses

box size AK 2 AK 3 AK 4 AK 5 AK 6

box dimensions WxHxD [mm] 230 x 270 x 125 230 x 400 x 125 300 x 500 x 125 255 x 345 x 115 110 x 530 x 100

interior of an example emergency box

window dimensions [mm]

glass panel dimensions [mm]

120 x 110 120 x 110 135 x 120 135 x 120 100 x 190

130 x 120 x 1 130 x 120 x 1 155 x 140 x 1 155 x 140 x 1 105 x 195 x 1

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control system for smoke exhaust and/or daily ventilation – equipment

example configurations of alarm boxes manual and remote emergency opening (HxA)

manual emergency opening (HA) • release of CO2 for emergency opening of smoke vents is effected by manual operation of the valve lever.

• release of CO2 for emergency opening of smoke vents is effected by manual operation of the valve lever or remotely by electrical (HEA) or pneumatic (HPA) signal, which permits cooperation with other control systems, e.g. a fire alarm signalling system. OUT

OUT

pneumatic diagram of a box with manual emergency opening

pneumatic diagram of a box with manual and electrical emergency opening

manual emergency opening and closing (HA-HZ)

manual and remote emergency opening and closing (HxA-HZ)

• release of CO2 for emergency opening of smoke vents, and then their closing, is effected by manual operation of valve levers, • box equipped with separate cartridges for opening and closing, • protection against faulty operation: the closing lever is not visible through the glass window, • after switching from opening to closing function, there is automatic deaeration of the part of installation responsible for opening – it is not necessary to remove the cartridge. Deaeration also occurs after switching from closing to opening.

OUT opening

OUT opening

OUT closing

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• release of CO2 for emergency opening of smoke vents is effected by manual operation of the valve lever or remotely by electrical (HEA) or pneumatic (HPA) signal, which permits cooperation with other control systems, e.g. a fire alarm signalling system, • release of CO2 for emergency closing of smoke vents is effected by manual operation of valve levers, • box equipped with separate cartridges for opening and closing, • protection against faulty operation: the closing lever is not visible through the glass window, • after switching from opening to closing function, there is automatic deaeration of the part of installation responsible for opening – it is not necessary to remove the cartridge. Deaeration also occurs after switching from closing to opening. OUT closing

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control system for smoke exhaust and/or daily ventilation – equipment

ventilation boxes Ventilation boxes are used for remote control of pneumatic actuators opening and closing the vents for ventilation. The boxes contain valves, controlling the opening and closing of vents, and an air preparation system. • sheet steel box in colour RAL 5012, • lockable door, • controlling of valves using levers inside the box, option: additional pushbuttons on doors after prior arrangement of technical feasibility, • optionally possible to cooperate with an alarm box for emergency opening and closing, with a weather monitoring unit for automatic closing of vents in the case of rain or strong wind; optional remote opening and closing controlled electrically or pneumatically, • contains filter, water separator, pressure reducer (outlet pressure 0…0.1 MPa).

dimensions of ventilation boxes

9.1.6.

box size

box dimensions WxHxD [mm]

notes

LUK 2

230 x 270 x 125

for one ventilation group

LUK 3

230 x 400 x 125

for two ventilation groups

LUK 4

300 x 500 x 125

for three ventilation groups

interior of an example ventilation box

example configurations • • • • • • • • •

ventilation (diagram 1) HH 5/2, ventilation + additional pushbuttons (diagram 2) HH 5/2-TT, ventilation + electrical closing (diagram 3) HH 5/2-EZ, ventilation + electrical closing and opening (diagram 4) HH 5/2-EA-EZ, ventilation + pneumatic remote closing and opening HH 5/2-PA-PZ, ventilation + cooperation with alarm box for emergency opening HH 5/2-VVZ, ventilation + electrical closing + cooperation with alarm box for emergency opening HH 5/2-VVZ-EZ, ventilation + electrical closing and opening + cooperation with alarm box for emergency opening HH 5/2-VVZ-EA-EZ, ventilation + pneumatic remote closing and opening +

diagram 1

• • • •

cooperation with alarm box for emergency opening (diagram 5) HH 5/2-VVZ-PA-PZ, ventilation + electrical closing + cooperation with alarm box for emergency opening and closing HH 5/2-VVAZ-6-EZ, ventilation + electrical closing and opening + cooperation with alarm box for emergency opening and closing (diagram 6) HH 5/2-VVAZ-6-EA-EZ, ventilation + pneumatic remote closing and opening + cooperation with alarm box for emergency opening and closing (diagram 6) HH 5/2-VVAZ-6-PA-PZ, other configurations available on special request.

diagram 4

OUT opening

OUT opening

OUT closing

option possibility of selecting the mode of operation during simultaneous application of electrical signal to both electromagnets:

OUT closing

– EAV – opening function is operating, – EZV – closing function is operating.

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control system for smoke exhaust and/or daily ventilation – equipment

diagram 2

diagram 5

OUT opening

OUT closing

IN IN pneumatic CO2 opening.emergency opening

opening

OUT OUT opening closing

IN pneumatic closing

closing

option possibility of selecting the mode of operation during simultaneous pressing of pushbuttons or simultaneous application of control pressure to the valve 5/2: – PAV – opening function is operating, – PZV – closing function is operating. diagram 3

OUT opening

notes – switching pressure in the pneumatic opening/closing system min. 0.3 MPa, – switching pressure in the CO2 emergency opening system min. 0.4 MPa, – max. CO2 supply pressure: 6 MPa. diagram 6 IN CO2 emergency opening

OUT closing

OUT OUT opening closing

IN CO2 emergency closing

notes – switching pressure in the pneumatic opening/closing system min. 0.3 MPa, – switching pressure in the CO2 emergency opening system min. 0.4 MPa.

9.1.7.

elements of the air preparation system The purpose of the air preparation system is to clean and to remove moisture from the air, and to set the pressure supplying further systems at a constant level. • pressure reducer, • filter, • water separator, • condensation drain screw, • outlet pressure adjusted continuously in the range 0…1 MPa, • max. inlet pressure 1.6 MPa, • 2 x 1/4”connectors, • option: console for mounting.

pneumatic diagram of the air preparation system

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control system for smoke exhaust and/or daily ventilation – equipment

pressure sensor and valves pressure sensor DS-S-42 with normally open contact • galvanised steel casing, • the contact switches after exceeding the factory setting of 0.5 MPa; option: other switching pressures may be factoryadjusted in the range 0.1…1 MPa, • switching pressure tolerance: ± 0.05 MPa, • overload capacity up to 30 MPa, • one normally open contact, load capacity 42 V/100 VA, • protection class IP65 – sensor, • cable connector – screw terminals 0.5…1.5 mm2, • thread 1/4”, • casing: hexagon 24, • option: shield for cable terminals with central opening for a cable of diameter 1.5…5 mm (see the picture).

pressure sensor DS-W-230 with change-over contact Pressure sensors are used for monitoring of the pressure level in the pneumatic system. • galvanised steel casing, • the contact switches after exceeding the factory setting of 0.5 MPa; option: other switching pressures may be factoryadjusted in the range 0.1…1 MPa, • switching pressure tolerance: ± 0.05 MPa, • overload capacity up to 30 MPa, • one change-over contact, load capacity 230 V~/4 A or 50 V=/2 A, • protection class IP65 – sensor, • cable connector – insert terminals 6.3 x 0.8 mm, • thread 1/4”, • casing: hexagon 27, • option: angle plug – shield for cable connection with gland for a cable of diameter 1.5…5 mm and screw terminals 0.5…1.5 mm2 (see the picture).

sequence valve with pressurising valve ZSV-BVE Controls the division of air or CO2 depending on the pressure of the supplying medium: • in normal position (supply pressure < 0.6 MPa) the outlet to the smoke exhaust actuator is connected to the atmosphere; when the valve inlet is charged with CO2 of pressure > 1 MPa, the valve switches over, permitting the flow of CO2 to the smoke exhaust actuator; when the pressure is removed, the valve will automatically reset, • nominal switching pressure: 0.7 MPa, • maximum operating pressure: 6 MPa, • connectors 2 x 1/8”.

IN CO2

OUT

pneumatic diagram of the valve ZSV-BVE

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pneumatic 9.1.9.

control system for smoke exhaust and/or daily ventilation – example configurations

smoke exhaust function – emergency automatic opening, with flow controller with thermal fuse pneumatic diagram

pictorial diagram

opening, to smoke exhaust actuator

list of devices • thermal release valve TAVE, • pneumatic smoke exhaust actuator. note Depending on the customer’s needs, devices of a smoke and heat exhaust ventilation system may differ from those specified in the list.

9.1.10.

smoke exhaust function – emergency automatic opening and remote closing, with flow controller with thermal fuse and alarm box – and ventilation function with electric actuator pneumatic diagram

pictorial diagram

230 V opening, to smoke exhaust actuator

closing, to smoke exhaust actuator

other vents

list of devices • • • • •

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thermal release valve TAVZ, alarm box, e.g. AKx-CA-HA-HZ-SA, pneumatic smoke exhaust actuator, E type electric actuator for daily ventilation, LT ventilation pushbutton.

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pneumatic 9.1.11.

control system for smoke exhaust and/or daily ventilation – example configurations

smoke exhaust function – emergency automatic and manual opening, with flow controller with thermal fuse and alarm box pneumatic diagram

pictorial diagram

opening, to smoke exhaust actuator

CO2

other smoke vents

CO2 list of devices • thermal release valve TAVE, • alarm box, e.g. AK6-HA-BVE, • pneumatic smoke exhaust actuator.

note Depending on the customer’s needs, devices of a smoke and heat exhaust ventilation system may differ from those specified in the list.

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pneumatic 9.1.12.

control system for smoke exhaust and/or daily ventilation – example configurations

smoke exhaust function – emergency automatic opening, with flow controller with thermal fuse and alarm box – and ventilation function with pneumatic actuator – 3-pipe system pictorial diagram

pneumatic diagram

opening to smoke exhaust actuator

opening to ventilation actuator

CO2

closing to ventilation actuator

other smoke vents

CO2

list of devices • • • • •

thermal release valve TAVE, ventilation box, alarm box, e.g. AK6-HA-BVE, pneumatic smoke exhaust actuator, pneumatic actuator for daily ventilation.

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pneumatic 9.1.13.

control system for smoke exhaust and/or daily ventilation – example configurations

smoke exhaust function – emergency automatic opening, with flow controller with thermal fuse and alarm box – and ventilation function with pneumatic actuator – 2-pipe system pneumatic diagram

opening to smoke exhaust actuator

pictorial diagram

opening to ventilation actuator

closing to ventilation actuator

CO2

other smoke vents

CO2

list of devices • • • • • •

valve ZSV-BVE, thermal release valve TAVZ, ventilation box with option VVZ, alarm box, e.g. AKx-CA-HA-SA, pneumatic smoke exhaust actuator, pneumatic actuator for daily ventilation.

note 1. depending on the customer’s needs, devices of a smoke and heat exhaust ventilation system may differ from these specified on the list, 2. in systems with ventilation function use of an automatic weather control system is recommended.

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pneumatic 9.1.14.

control system for smoke exhaust and/or daily ventilation – example configurations

smoke exhaust function – emergency automatic opening, with flow controller with thermal fuse and alarm box – and ventilation function with electric actuator pictorial diagram

pneumatic diagram

230 V opening to smoke exhaust actuator

CO2

other smoke vents

CO2

list • • • • • •

9.1.15.

of devices thermal release valve TAVE, ventilation box with option VVZ, alarm box, e.g. AKx-CA-HA-SA, pneumatic smoke exhaust actuator, E type electric actuator for daily ventilation, LT ventilation pushbutton.

note 1. depending on the customer’s needs, devices of a smoke and heat exhaust ventilation system may differ from those specified in the list, 2. in systems with ventilation function use of an automatic weather control system is recommended.

smoke exhaust function – emergency automatic opening and remote closing, with flow controller with thermal fuse and alarm box pictorial diagram

pneumatic diagram

opening to smoke exhaust actuator

closing to smoke exhaust actuator

other smoke vents

CO2

CO2 CO2 list of devices • thermal release valve TAVZ, • alarm box with option HA-HZ, e.g. AKx-CA-HA-HZ-SA, • pneumatic smoke exhaust actuator. note Depending on the customer’s needs, devices of a smoke and heat exhaust ventilation system may differ from those specified in the list.

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pneumatic 9.1.16.

control system for smoke exhaust and/or daily ventilation – example configurations

smoke exhaust function – emergency automatic opening and remote closing, with flow controller with thermal fuse and alarm box – and ventilation function with pneumatic actuator – 4-pipe system pictorial diagram

pneumatic diagram

opening to ventilation actuator

other smoke vents

closing to ventilation actuator

opening to smoke exhaust actuator

closing to smoke exhaust actuator

CO2

CO2

CO2

list of devices • • • • •

thermal release valve TAVZ, ventilation box, alarm box, e.g. AKx-CA-HA-SA, pneumatic smoke exhaust actuator, pneumatic actuator for daily ventilation.

note 1. depending on the customer’s needs, devices of a smoke and heat exhaust ventilation system may differ from those specified in the list, 2. in systems with ventilation function use of an automatic weather control system is recommended.

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pneumatic 9.1.17.

control system for smoke exhaust and/or daily ventilation – example configurations

smoke exhaust function – emergency automatic opening and remote closing, with flow controler with thermal fuse and alarm box – and ventilation function with pneumatic actuator – 2-pipe system pictorial diagram

pneumatic diagram

opening to ventilation actuator

closing to ventilation actuator

CO2

opening to smoke exhaust actuator

closing to smoke exhaust actuator

other smoke vents

CO2

CO2

list of devices • • • • • •

2 x valve ZSV-BVE, thermal release valve TAVZ, ventilation box with option VVAZ-6, alarm box, e.g. AKx-CA-HA-SA, pneumatic smoke exhaust actuator, pneumatic actuator for daily ventilation.

note 1. depending on the customer’s needs, devices of a smoke and heat exhaust ventilation system may differ from those specified in the list, 2. in systems with ventilation function use of an automatic weather control system is recommended.

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pneumatic 9.1.18.

control system for smoke exhaust with gas springs

description A variant of the pneumatic control system for smoke and heat exhaust is a system with smoke vents equipped with gas springs (oleopneumatic actuators). Actuation of smoke vents is effected by the energy of compressed gas in the gas springs. The vent is kept closed by a mechanical catch lock with thermal fuse. When the temperature rises above a certain level, the lock opens and the actuators expand, causing the opening of the vent. With adequate lock design (use of pneumatic micro-actuator), the system may be opened remotely by a pneumatic signal from an alarm box. Such a solution permits integration with central control panel for smoke exhaust and fire alarm signalling systems, when used with adequately configured alarm box. Key features of the system with gas springs: • lower price compared to other configurations, • this system cannot be used for ventilation, • after operation of the system, the vents are closed from the roof level. component elements • smoke vents MCR PROLIGHT equipped with gas springs and locks with pneumatic micro-actuators, • alarm box with CO2 cartridge. method of operation The system has the following methods of emergency activation: • automatic, controlled by the thermal fuse located inside the vent, • manual, from the alarm box, • automatic, by a signal from a fire control centre or fire alarm signalling system (alarm box with option HEA and control centre MCR9705 or MCR0204 is required).

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9.2.2.

control system for smoke exhaust and/or daily ventilation

description componentsof electrical control system for smoke exhaust

method of operation of electrical control system for smoke exhaust

The smoke exhaust system consists of: • smoke vent MCR PROLIGHT accommodated for mounting of electric actuator (or actuators), • spindle actuators of type MCR W, • electric control centre of type MCR 9705 or MCR 0204 with batteries, • optical or thermal smoke detectors, • ROP alarm pushbuttons (manual call points),and additional equipment: – ventilation pushbutton LT, – wind/rain sensor with weather monitoring unit.

The system has the following methods of emergency releasing: • automatic, controlled by a smoke or thermal detector, • automatic, by a signal from a fire control centre , • manual, using smoke exhaust pushbuttons. The system permits the lifting of smoke vents for ventilation using a ventilation pushbutton.

diagram of typical electrical system for smoke and heat exhaust ventilation system in staircase LAST STOREY OCD optical smoke detector smoke vent MCR PROLIGHT with electric actuator

wind and rain sensor HLGs 2x1,5

YnTKSY 1x2x0,8

YnTKSY 1x2x0,8 YnTKSY 1x2x0,8 YDY 3x1,5

(YnTKSY 4x2x0,5)

MCR 0204 or MCR 9705 v 2 control centre of smoke and heat exhaust system

ROP (RPO-1) alarm smoke exhaust pushbutton

WRS weather monitoring unit 230 V~ LT ventilation pushbutton

YDY 3x1,5 230 V~

GROUND FLOOR ROP (RPO-1) alarm smoke exhaust pushbutton

EMERGENCY EXIT

note Wire symbols are examples – select for the actual system configuration.

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control system for smoke exhaust and/or daily ventilation – control centre MCR 9705 v 2

control centre for smoke and heat exhaust MCR 9705 v 2 The control centre for smoke and heat exhaust MCR 9705 is used for actuation of devices of electrical smoke exhaust system of MERCOR on the basis of alarm signals from thermal or optical smoke detectors, manual smoke exhaust pushbuttons (RPO), or from another control centre (e.g. from a fire alarm signalling system, from a building automation system).The control centre is supplied with AC voltage 230 V~ and it supplies voltage 24 V= to the devices of the electrical smoke exhaust system. The controller is equipped with rechargeable batteries, therefore it is insensitive to supply voltage decay and it can operate for 72 hours after voltage failure. After that time a single actuation of the devices (e.g. opening of smoke vents) is possible. The control centre has the following features: • remote actuation of the smoke exhaust system devices by a signal from a fire signalling control unit (NC volt-free contact or 24 V= signal), • manual release by alarm pushbuttons, • automatic release by conventional (thermal or optical) smoke sensors, • indication of the control centre status by LEDs on the front panel and buzzer, • integration with manual smoke exhaust pushbutton RPO-1 and alarm pushbutton ROP, • transmitting information about emergency relese of the control centre (NC/NO contact and LED on pushbutton RPO-1), • transmitting information about voltage failure and defects (NC/NO contact and LED on pushbutton RPO-1), • transmitting information about opening of smoke vents (NC/NO contact), • monitoring of the stand-by status of all connected devices of the smoke exhaust system and presentation of possible defects on a panel inside the control centre, • manual opening of smoke vents for ventilation of the building during normal use (without activating the alarm status, separately for each group), • automatic closing of vents lifted for ventilation in the case of rain or strong wind, by a signal from a weather monitoring unit (has no effect on the emergency operation).

9.2.4.

Maximum number of electric actuators powered from the control centre depends on the actuator type (current consumption) and the size of central unit used – load capacity of current outputs, depending on the type, is from 1*5 A to 8*5 A. Maximum number of smoke detectors on 1 monitoring line, depending on the detector type, is from 8 to 10. Maximum number of alarm pushbuttons on 1 monitoring line is 10 for pushbuttons ROP without LEDs and 4 for pushbuttons RPO-1.The control centre MCR 9705 v 2 differs from the previous model in that it can be integrated with the pushbutton RPO-1 (it permits remote presentation of the control centre status and remote reset of the alarm), and the reduced number of lines (2) in the actuators circuit.Detailed information about the control centre for smoke exhaust MCR 9705 v 2 is contained in the technical and operational documentation delivered with the unit.

technical data type supply voltage max. power consumption from power network backup power supply voltage battery charging voltage number of lines and groups load capacity of current output protection class casing dimensions [cm]

type supply voltage max. power consumption from power network backup power supply voltage battery charging voltage number of lines and groups load capacity of current output protection class casing dimensions [cm]

MCR 9705-5A

MCR 9705-10A

MCR 9705-15A

MCR 9705-20A

230 V~, 50 Hz 150 VA 24 V=, 3 Ah 27,6 V+/-0,2 V max. 1 5 A, 24 V= IP 54 30 x 30 x 15

230 V~, 50 Hz 300 VA 24 V=, 6 Ah 27,6 V+/-0,2 V max. 2 10 A, 24 V= IP 54 40 x 40 x 20

230 V~, 50 Hz 450 VA 24 V=, 9 Ah 27,6 V+/-0,2 V max. 3 15 A, 24 V= IP 54 60 x 60 x 20

230 V~, 50 Hz 600 VA 24 V=, 12 Ah 27,6 V+/-0,2 V max. 4 20 A, 24 V= IP 54 60 x 60 x 20

MCR 9705-25A

MCR 9705-30A

MCR 9705-35A

MCR 9705-40A

230 V~, 50 Hz 750 VA 24 V=, 15 Ah 27,6 V+/-0,2 V max. 5 25 A, 24 V= IP 54 80 x 60 x 30

230 V~, 50 Hz 900 VA 24 V=, 18 Ah 27,6 V+/-0,2 V max. 6 30 A, 24 V= IP 54 80 x 60 x 30

230 V~, 50 Hz 1050 VA 24 V=, 21 Ah 27,6 V+/-0,2 V max. 7 35 A, 24 V= IP 54 100 x 60 x 40

230 V~, 50 Hz 1200 VA 24 V=, 24 Ah 27,6 V+/-0,2 V max. 8 40 A, 24 V= IP 54 100 x 60 x 40

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typical configuration of smoke and heat exhaust ventilation system with control centre MCR 9705-5A and weather monitoring unit WRS 1b

rain sensor

L N 1 20 2 19 3 4 5 9 6 8 7

1 2 3 4 5 6

10k FIRE SIGNALLING CONTROL CENTRE NC

10k

3 13 11 5 1 7 9

4 14 12 6 2 8 10

ME

3 13 11 5 1 7 9

LT

RPO-1

OCD P 16 P 15 P 14 P 13 P 12

ME

4 14 12 6 2 8 10

OCD L1 close L2 L1 open

P 17

10k

RPO-1

L1 close L2 L1 open

230~

PM

rain sensor terminal strip

wind sensor

weather monitoring unit terminal strip

roof

PM

9.2.5.

control system for smoke exhaust and/or daily ventilation – control centre MCR 9705 v 2

P 11 P 10 P 9

FS 3

P8 P7

P6

123 vent defect alarm alarm - + + + power detectors RPO open supply

OUTPUTS

INPUTIE

LINES

SYSTEM CHECK

RESET

SW 2

SW 3

R U RPO

6,3 A

- +

ACTUATORS

wind/ rain

T

control centre status signalling on RPO-1

G D pushbutton

VENTILATION

P3

VENT CLOSING

P2 SW 4 FS 2

BATTERY ubat

SW 1 1 LT RPO M OCD

– ventilation pushbutton – manual smoke exhaust pushbutton – electric actuator – optical smoke detector

FS 1 FS 2 FS 3

– protection of battery – protection of 230 V~ power network – protection of actuators

SW 1-5

SW 1-1

– off: normal operation on: disconnection of actuator line – off: normal operation

SW 1-6

SW 1-2

58

6

BATTERY 24 V/3 Ah P5 -

SW 1-3 SW 1-4

BATTERY 26.3 A P4 +

FS1

on: disconnection of detector line – off: normal operation on: disconnection of ROP line – off: normal operation on: disconnection of input/output line – off: actuator operates only while the “up” ventilation pushbutton is pressed on: actuator will open fully after the “up” ventilation pushbutton is pressed once – off: smoke and heat exhaust mode operation on: door automation mode operation

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electrical 9.2.6.

control system for smoke exhaust and/or daily ventilation – control centre MCR 0204

control centre for smoke and heat exhaust MCR 0204 The control centre for smoke and heat exhaust MCR 0204 is a control device in electrical smoke exhaust systems. The control centre MCR 0204 is used for actuation of devices of electrical smoke exhaust system of MERCOR on the basis of alarm signals from thermal or optical smoke detectors, or from manual smoke exhaust pushbuttons (RPO). The central unit is supplied with AC voltage 230 V~, and the operating voltage on outputs is 24 V=. The control centre is equipped with rechargeable batteries permitting the system to operate for 72 hours after a mains voltage failure – after that time a single emergency opening of smoke vents or smoke exhaust windows is possible. The control centre has the following features: • manual alarm release by alarm pushbuttons, • automatic alarm release by smoke sensors, • transmitting information about alarm (signal on NO/NC contact), • transmitting information about defects of the control centre (signal on NO/NC contact), • connectable with manual call point RPO-1 and ROP, • remote alarm reset and vent closing, • monitoring of the stand-by status of all connected devices of the smoke exhaust system and presentation of possible defects on a panel inside the control centre, • manual opening of smoke exhaust windows or smoke vents for ventilation of the building during normal use without activating the alarm status,

9.2.7.

• automatic closing of smoke exhaust windows or smoke vents opened for ventilation, in the case of rain or strong wind (when a weather monitoring unit with a wind-rain sensor is installed). The control center MCR 0204 features visual signalling of its operational status on the front panel, repeated on emergency pushbuttons RPO-1, which permits easy identification of the alarm or system defect.

technical data parameter

value

supply voltage – basic max. power consumption from mains output voltage (power supply for actuators) backup power supply battery charging voltage operating temperature range (climatic class II acc. to WBO/19.1/BA/2001) maximum number of detectors of types: – POLON-ALFA – TUP-37, DOR-35 and TNP-37 in sockets G31 and G37 – ARITECH – DP 862 and DT 864 in socket DB 860 maximum number of pushbuttons of type: – MERCOR – RPO-1 – ROP maximum number of actuators of type: – MCR L – MCR W 105 – MCR W 205 – MCR W 101 – MCR W 081 maximum diameter of wires entering the unit time of operation in STAND-BY state without network voltage load capacity of relay outputs casing protection class insulation class dimensions (H x W x D)

230 V~ , 50 Hz 10 VA 24 V=, max. 4 A 2 batteries HP2-12 (12 V, 2 Ah), connected in series 27,5 V ±0,2 V @20 °C

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–25° C do +50 ° C 10 items 8 items 4 items 10 items 2 items 4 items 2 items 4 items 5 items 1,5 mm2 min. 72 h max. 100 mA, 24 V IP 54 II 255 x 180 x 100 mm

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control system for smoke exhaust and/or daily ventilation – control centre MCR 0204

typical configuration of smoke and heat exhaust ventilation system with control centre MCR 0204 and pushbutton ROP 10k

FIRE SIGNALLING CONTROL CENTRE NO

1a

2a

1

10k

10k

2

10k

L1 close L2 L1 open

ROP 1a

2a

1

2

CP WRS 1b 7 9

ME PE

OCD LT

L1 close L2 L1 open

ME

PE

230 V 50 Hz

OCD

ROP

ALARM DEFECTS

9.2.9.

P7

P6

P5

P4

P3

P2

ROP LINE +

DETECTOR LINE - +

WIND/ RAIN D -

VENTILATION D G -

ACTUATOR - +

RESET

P8 +24 V

P9

GND

P1

typical configuration of smoke and heat exhaust system with central controller MCR 0204 and pushbutton RPO-1 10k

FIRE SIGNALLING CONTROL CENTRE

10k

4 6 14 12 2 8 10 3 5 13 11 1 7 9

RPO-1

4 6 14 12 2 8 10 3 5 13 11 1 7 9

RPO-1

L1 close L2 L1 open OCD

10k CP WRS 1b 7

L1 close L2 L1 open OCD

9

PE

LT

PE

ME

ME 230 V 50 Hz

P1

P14

ALARM DEFECTS

OCD RPO PM ME CP LT

60

P7

P6

P5

P4

P3

P2

ROP LINE - +

DETECTOR LINE - +

WIND/ RAIN D -

VENTILATION D G -

ACTUATOR - +

RESET

P8 +24 V

P9

GND

RPO/LED

– optical smoke detector – alarm smoke exhaust pushbutton – junction box – electric actuator – weather monitoring unit – ventilation pushbutton

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control system for smoke exhaust and/or daily ventilation – extension module MCR-R 04xx

technical data The extension module MCR-R 04xx is used for supplying power to 1 group of actuators 24 V= of total current consumption up to 48 A or 24 A, depending on execution. The module is controlled by a voltage signal 24 V= that may come from the control centre MCR 9705 or MCR 0204 (actuator line output). The device, in combination with a MCR central unit, ensures detection of defects of all connected actuator lines. The module is supplied with mains voltage 230 V~. The energy required for operation of actuators comes from a battery (24 V, 9 Ah), therefore the maximum time of continuous operation at the nominal load depends on module size e.g. for a consumption of 24 A it is 20 minutes. The battery charging time after complete discharge is approx. 10 hours.

The module MCR-R 04xx is equipped with signalling of the following states: • power supply 230 V~ correct green LED on • power supply 24 V= correct yellow LED on, • operation of actuators yellow LED on, • defect signal transmitted to the control centre in the case of defect of the actuator line or decay of power supply 24 V=. types • MCR-R 0424-2 2 output lines 12 A each, • MCR-R 0424-1 or MCR-R 0424K 1 output line 24 A, • MCR-R 0448-4 4 output lines 12 A each, • MCR-R 0448-2 2 output lines 24 A each, • MCR-R 0448-1 or MCR-R 0448K 1 output line 48 A. Typical variations are presented, “K” suffix = execution for curtains.

parameter

value

type: supply voltage – basic max. power consumption from power network output voltage max. current consumption by actuators operating temperature range dimensions (H x W x D) protection class entry of wires

MCR-R 0448 230 V~, 50 Hz

48 V A

96 V A 24 V=

24 A

48 A -25°C .. 50°C 300 x 400 x 150 mm IP 54 at the top or at the rear

typical configuration of extension module MCR R0424-1 (1 x 24 A)

M M TERMINAL P2 MCR 0204

M

TERMINAL P8 MCR 9705

M

F1

MOTORS UP TO 24 A

9.2.11.

MCR-R 0424

SUPPLY NETWORK 230 V~ L PE N

F2 +- +-

INPUT MODULE FROM MCR OUTPUT CONTROL CENTRE MCR

230 V~ SUPPLY INPUT

K1

ZS

K2

US

B1

B2

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control system for smoke exhaust and/or daily ventilation – actuators

actuators MCR Actuators MCR are used for opening of smoke vents and smoke exhaust windows, as well as for daily ventilation. They are powered with 24 VDC voltage. Actuator casing is made of anodised aluminium. As standard, they are equipped with interference suppression capacitor, overload breaker, and limit switches. Optionally they may be equipped with a volt-free contact informing about the state of the actuator (option E). Protection class IP 54 for actuators MCR W…, IP 33 for MCR L, IP 20 for MCR L K…, operating mode (acc. to DIN EN 0530) S2.

ordering example

type

stroke (mm) option

MCR W 081 - 550 - E

spindle actuators actuator type

rated current

max. load

nominal load

MCR W 081 (08A) MCR W 101 (10A) MCR W 105 (10B) MCR W 13B MCR W 13C MCR W 13G MCR W 16B MCR W 16G MCR W 20B MCR W 20G MCR W 201 (20H) MCR W 26G MCR W 26H MCR W 40G MCR W 40H MCR W 40N MCR W 60J MCR W 60P MCR W 80V

[A] 0,8 1,0 1,0 1,3 1,3 1,3 1,6 1,6 1,6 2,0 2,0 2,6 2,6 4,0 4,0 4,0 6,0 6,0 8,0

[N] 900 1200 850 1150 830 870 1240 940 1630 1240 870 1670 1180 2500 1600 1890 2160 2560 2400

[N] 900 900 650 650 450 490 860 650 860 650 460 650 460 2110 1350 1590 1120 1320 900

speed at nominal load [mm/s] 3,4 3,4 6,1 6,1 8,4 8,1 7 9,3 7 9,3 13,3 9,3 13,3 9,7 13,9 10,4 17,9 13,4 19,1

standard strokes [mm] 350,550,750 350,550,750 350,550,750 350,550,750 350,550,750 350,550,750 350,550,750 350,550,750 350,550,750 350,550,750 350,550,750 350,550,750 350,550,750 350,550,750 350,550,750 350,550,750 350,550,750 350,550,750 350,550,750

chain actuators

9.2.13.

actuator type

rated current

MCR L MCR L K05C MCR L KT10C MCR L KR10B MCR L KRT20B

[A] 1,7 0,5 1,0 1,0 2,0

pulling/pushing force [N] 150/300 150/150 2x(150/150) 300/300 2x(300/300)

standard strokes

[mm/s] 40 6,7 6,7 7,6 7,6

[mm] 250, 370 250 250 400,500 400,500

ventilation actuators Ventilation actuators are used for smoke vents with pneumatic control and for ventilation hatches of spot type and in continuous skylights. They may be controlled by a ventilation pushbutton LT and/or a weather monitoring unit MCRP 054 or WRS-1b. They

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speed at nominal load

actuator type

pushing force

pulling force

E-300-230 E-500-230 E-750-230 JMBB-500-300-LA JMB-500-300-LS JMB-500-500-LS JMB-500-300-L JMB-500-500-L

[N] 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500

[N] 500 500 500 150 350 350 350 350

are powered with 230 VAC voltage. The actuators are equipped with an electronic or mechanical overload breaker and a voltfree contact signalling the open state (NO). Protection class of actuators is IP 54.

power consumption [W] 23 23 23 140 200 200 200 200

stroke [mm] 300 500 750 300 300 500 500 500

casing material

operating mode (acc. to DIN VDE 0530)

plastic plastic plastic plastic aluminium aluminium aluminium aluminium

S3 25% S3 25% S3 25% S2 S2 S2 S2 S2

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control system for smoke exhaust and/or daily ventilation â&#x20AC;&#x201C; actuators

spindle actuator MCR W 081, 101, 105

ventilation actuator E 300, 500, 750 23,5

73

80 54

25

85

55

74

8

134

70+stroke

60+stroke

180

17

47

58

brown

23,5

black

73 8

white

spindle actuator MCR 205

blue white

M ~

14

55

70

N

L

58

50

47

160

269

60+stroke

chain actuator MCR L

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actuator JMBB-500-300-LS i L Ø 6,1

connection diagram for actuator JMBB-500-300-LS (max.250 V/4 A)

196

PE

N

L

connection diagram for actuator JMBB-500-300-L

Ø 70 Ø 54

L

green/yellow

Ø 28

blue

black

white

Ø 8,1

orange

M 1~

22

437 mm (stroke 300 mm)

Ø 54

white

Ø 8,1

black blue

green/yellow brown

52+22

SW 8

orange

M 1~

brown

electrical

N PE

connection diagram for actuator JMBB-500-300-LA actuator JMBB-500-300-LA

Ø 54 8

black 3

N

Ø 54

359

Ø 7,1

183

L

black 2

black 1 blue

Ø 8,1

49+15

SW 17

brown

Ø 6,1

(max.250 V/4 A)

M 1~

15

70

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chain actuator MCR L K0 5C 35

chain actuator MCR L KR 10B 73,5 47

35

47

74

194+stroke

319

63,5+stroke/2

38

13

27

electrical

20

Ø 5,1

Ø 5,1 20

7,5 7,5

chain actuator MCR L KRT 20B

chain actuator MCR L KT 10C 35

35

73,5 47

13

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20

27

27

1100

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27

27

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control system for smoke exhaust and/or daily ventilation – detectors

optical detectors Optical smoke detectors are used for detection of visible smoke that accompanies the outbreak of most fires. They permit the detection of fire in its early stages, while the material is still smouldering, which usually occurs long before the outbreak of open flame and noticeable increase of temperature. Detectors are characterised by resistance to wind, pressure variations, and steam condensation. They are highly sensitive to visible smoke. An optical detector consists of a set of two diodes. The first diode – an infrared LED – transmits a light beam. The second one, a receiver, is located in a labyrinth tunnel. In normal conditions, visible light from the outside or from the transmitter diode never reaches the receiver diode. When smoke penetrates the detector, the receiver diode starts to receive the light emitted by the transmitter diode and dispersed by the particles of smoke. This activates the detector and starts the alarm state. Detectors are equipped with visual indicators of operation (alarm) in the form of a LED, which facilitates finding an activated detector. In addition, if detectors are located in invisible places, they may be equipped with external operation indicators. Detectors are mounted in adequate sockets. Detectors are approved for use in fire protection systems.

detector DP 652

detector DOR-40

technical data type operating voltage [V=] max. monitoring current [mA] alarm current [mA] operating temperature range [°C] max. relative humidity [%] dimensions of detector with socket [mm] weight with socket [kg] socket type colour

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DP 652

DOR - 40

9 ... 33 45 52 mA at 24 V -20 ... +60 93 Ø100 x 50 0,15 DB 860 white

12 ... 28 60 20 -25 ... +55 95 Ø115 x 54 0,2 G - 40 white

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control system for smoke exhaust and/or daily ventilation – detectors

heat detectors Heat detectors are used for the detection of fire hazards in rooms where a quick increase of temperature may be expected in the first stage of fire development, or in places where optical smoke detectors cannot be used. There are 2 basic types of heat detectors: fixed temperature type and differential type. Fixed temperature detectors react to the exceeding of a fixed threshold temperature. Temperature measurement is performed by an electronic thermo-sensitive element. Differential detectors are equipped with 2 thermo-sensitive elements (thermistors) – one of them is a reference thermistor and the other is located in a protruding part of the detector. In normal conditions the temperature of both thermistors is similar, and in the case of a quick increase of temperature the second thermistor heats up much faster than the reference one. This disturbs the system balance and activates the alarm state of the detector. Detectors are equipped with visual indicators of operation (alarm) in the form of a LED, which facilitates finding an activated detector. In addition, if detectors are located in invisible places, they may be equipped with external operation indicators. Detectors are mounted in adequate sockets. Detectors are approved for use in fire protection systems.

detector DT 654

detector TUP-40

technical data operating voltage [V=] max. monitoring current [mA] alarm current [mA] operating temperature range [°C] temperature range [°C] max. relative humidity [%] dimensions of detector with socket [mm] weight with socket [kg] detector type triggering class acc. to PN-EN-5 socket type colour

9.2.16.

DT 654 9 ... 33 45 52 60 -20 ... +90 95 Ø100 x 50 0,15 static and differential A1R DB 860 white

TUP - 40 15 ... 28 38 20 54 ... 65 -25 ... +50 95 Ø115 x 54 <0,3 static and differential A1R G - 40 white

sockets Detector sockets are executed so as to permit quick and easy mounting of a detector without using excessive force. A detector may be mounted in the base in only one position. Bases do not contain any electronic parts that could be damaged during mounting.

G-40

dimensions [mm] weight [kg] colour

DB 860

DB 860

G - 40

Ø100 x 16 0,05 white

Ø107 x 28,5 <0,1 white

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electrical 9.2.17.

control system for smoke exhaust and/or daily ventilation – pushbuttons RPO-1, ROP, LT

manual smoke exhaust pushbutton RPO-1 Manual smoke exhaust pushbutton (call point) MCR RPO-1 is used in smoke and heat exhaust systems for manual releasing of alarm and for signalling of the operational status of the smoke exhaust control centre. In addition, the pushbutton permits the remote reset of alarm. The pushbutton has three signalling LEDs: • red – ALARM, • yellow – DEFECT, • green – OK. LED leads are directly and independently connected to the terminal strip, which permits universal application of the pushbutton MCR RPO-1. The pushbutton can be integrated with smoke exhaust control centres MCR 0204 and MCR 9705 v 2 – connection diagrams – see descriptions of the control units. The pushbutton is designed for use in interiors. description of terminal strip RPO-1

1

1, 2 3, 4 5 6 7, 8

9.2.18.

2

3

4

5

6

7

– RESET line wire 1 – RESET line wire 2 – ALARM LED cathode – ALARM LED anode – RPO line wire 1

8

9 10 11 12 13 14

9, 10 11 12 13 14

– RPO line wire 2 – DEFECT LED cathode – DEFECT LED anode – OK LED cathode – OK LED anode

parameter pushbutton type emergency pushbutton parameters operating temperature range cable type for connection to control centre casing protection class dimensions (H x W x D) casing colour

value RPO-1 24 V DC, max 100 mA -10°C.. +55°C YnTKSY 4x2x0,5 IP 30 135 x 135 x 33 mm orange

manual fire alarm pushbutton ROP Alarm pushbutton (call point) ROP has a microswitch with a contact that closes after the glass is broken. Signal from the pushbutton ROP is transmitted to the central smoke exhaust control centre MCR 9705 or MCR 0204. Standard equipment includes a key that permits very easy simulation of the alarm state. Casing colour: blue. Dimensions: 87 x 87 x 50 mm.

9.2.19.

ventilation pushbutton LT It is used for actuation (opening and closing) of vents or windows for ventilation during normal use. Casing colour: white. Dimensions: 80 x 80 x 55 mm. electrical diagram

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control system for smoke exhaust and/or daily ventilation – weather monitoring units

weather monitoring unit MCRP 054 The weather monitoring unit MCRP 054 is used for controlling the operation of actuators at ventilation windows or vents which should be closed in the case of rain or wind. The device may be connected to smoke exhaust control centres, ventilation control devices, or drives powered with 230 V~ voltage. The closing signal is transmitted on the basis of measurements from the wind sensor WM1 and the rain sensor RS1 • the device contains 4 change-over contacts which are activated in the case of rain/wind or during a mains voltage decay. The contact remains active for a configured time from the end of rain/wind. • the value of rain intensity that triggers the alarm is adjustable by the user (weak rain – strong rain).·the value of wind power that releases the alarm is adjustable by the user in the range from weak breeze (approx. 5 m/s) to gusty wind (approx. 15 m/s). • additional input for signalling of vent leaf position (contact closed while a vent is opened) permits the visual indication of the vent state. • the device is equipped with signalling of the following states: – supply 230 V~ – green LED, – “wind” alarm – red LED, – “rain” alarm – red LED, – “vent open” signalling – yellow LED. – wind speed indicator – LED board: 7 yellow LEDs and one red LED (for wind speed above 15 m/s). • surface-mount plastic casing, dimensions H x W x D: 180 x 180 x 75 mm; IP 54, light grey colour (~RAL 7035), entry of wires at the top or at the rear of the casing.

9.2.21.

weather monitoring unit WRS 1b The weather monitoring unit can be connecter with a smoke exhaust control centre (e.g. MCR 9705 or MCR 0204) or actuators 230 V~. The weather monitoring unit operates with the wind sensor WM 1 and/or the rain sensor RS 1: • during a mains failure the weather monitoring station automatically activates the “CLOSING” function or prevents ventilation, • output: relay contact that activates in the case of sensor response or mains failure. The contact remains active for at least 2 minutes, or as long as the sensor operates. • response threshold of the rain sensor is adjustable (from drizzle to strong rain/rainstorm). • response threshold of the wind sensor is adjustable – from weak breeze to strong wind (approx. 5 m/s - 15 m/s or approx. 20 km/h – 60 km/h). • visual displays/indicators: – stand-by (green), – wind (yellow), – rain (yellow), • possibility of programming the following options: – contact responds both to active wind sensor and rain sensor, – contact responds only to active wind sensor, – contact responds only to active rain sensor, • contactor (relay) of standard contact load capacity 24 V=/8 A, 230 V~/5 A, • surface-mount plastic casing, protection class IP 44 according to DIN EN 60 529, light grey colour RAL 7035, • dimensions: 165 x 155 x 95 [mm] (W x H x D).

options Option ZK-1: one additional relay contact for connection in total of two smoke exhaust control centres or two ventilation groups 230 V~. Option ZK-2: two additional relay contacts. Option ZK-3: three additional relay contacts. Option SG: casing as above but with transparent door opening to the left, protection class IP 54.

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control system for smoke exhaust and/or daily ventilation – weather monitoring units

combination of sensors WM1-RS1 Rain sensor RS1: • heated rain sensor (heating is activated when the sensor responds and deactivated after drying), • gold-coated sensor surface, approx. 80 cm2, • sold together with the wind sensor on a mounting console, • option: available separately. Wind sensor WM1: • sensor for wind speed measurement, • sold together with the rain sensor on a mounting console, • option: heating for the wind sensor, with a temperature sensor with operating temperature < 5°C (the option must be specified at ordering the sensor and the weather monitoring unit WRS1b, requires additional 2 lines from the station WRS1b, e.g. cable YTKSY 3x2x0.8), • option: available separately. Example connection cable for the sensor set WM1-RS1 to WRS1b: YTKSY2x2x0.8. extension module KE Control contactor for extension of the weather monitoring unit MCRP 054 and WRS 1 to more than 4 independent control groups that are closed simultaneously during rain and wind. • control voltage 230 V~, volt-free contact 5 A/30 V or 5 A/230 V~, • plastic casing, grey RAL 7032, • dimensions: 254 x 180 x 111 [mm] (W x H x D). additional equipment Option KE-4: control contactor with four contacts used for expansion of the weather monitoring unit WRS 1 by three independent groups. Option KE-8: control contactor with eight contacts used for expansion of the weather monitoring unit WRS 1 by seven independent groups. Option KE-12: control contactor with twelve contacts used for expansion of the weather monitoring unit WRS 1 by eleven independent groups. Option SU: programmable timer embedded in the extended KE contact for programming the automatic switching of the contact (e.g. automatic closing).

remote operation module (option)

wind/rain

MCR 9705/0204

vent opening sensor

output 230V 5A max.

RS1

supply 230V 50Hz

WM1

supply 230 V~, 50/60 HZ

output 230 V~, max 5 A

additional output from option ZK3

additional output from option ZK2

outpu WRS1b

connection diagram for weather monitoring unit MCRP 054 and sensors WM1-RS1

RS1 heating RS1 ground

WM1

NO NC C NO NC C NO NC C NO NC C N L1 N L1

WM1 heating (option)

1 2 3 4 5 6 WM1 heating (option)

YTKSY2x2x0,8 (YTKSY3x2x0,8)

sensor WM1–RS1

additional output from option ZK1

connection diagram for weather monitoring unit WRS1 and sensors WM1-RS1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 N L1

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control system for smoke exhaust and/or daily ventilation – weather monitoring units

Smoke vents with pneumatic control and hinged spot skylights, as well as vents in continuous rooflights, may be equipped with electric actuators 230 V~ for ventilation. Using these actuators, daily ventilation of the building is possible without the necessity of activating the emergency opening of smoke vents. components of electrical ventilation system The ventilation system consists of: • ventilation actuators, • ventilation pushbutton LT, and additional equipment: • weather monitoring unit with wind/rain sensor (described on page 67).

9.2.23.

method of operation of electrical ventilation system The ventilation pushbutton is used for opening and closing of vents/windows during daily use. In addition, it is recommended that the system be equipped with a weather monitoring unit with wind/rain sensor, causing automatic closing of vents opened for ventilation during unfavourable weather conditions (rain or wind).

ventilation control – system without weather monitoring unit note in ventilation hatches and windows operated with actuators use of weather monitoring system is recommended.

YDY 3 x 1,5

ventilation actuator

LT pushbutton YDY 3 x 1,5

YDY 3 x 1,5

ventilation actuator

YDY 2 x 1,5 supply 230 V~

9.2.24.

ventilation control – system with weather monitoring station

WIND SENSOR

L1 N P

RAIN SENSOR

TERMINAL STRIP IN RAIN SENSOR

TERMINAL STRIP IN WRS 1b

220 V AC 5A

N A

SECTION I i II

M

M

SECTION III

contacts in WRS 1b

contacts in WRS 1b LT-III

M

M

SECTION IV

LT-III

M

M

ventilation actuator

M

LT-II

ventilation actuator

M

ventilation actuator

LT-I

ventilation actuator

contacts in WRS 1b

L1 N PE

contacts in WRS 1b

connection diagram for connecting the wind-rain sensor to the weather monitoring unit and for connecting the weather monitoring unit to power supply

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electrical 9.2.25.

control system for smoke exhaust with gas springs

description A variant of the electrical control system for smoke exhaust is a system with smoke vents equipped with gas springs (oleopneumatic actuators). Actuation of smoke vents is effected by the energy of compressed gas in the gas spring. The vent is kept closed by a mechanical catch lock with thermal fuse. When the temperature rises above a certain level, the lock opens and the actuators expands, causing the opening of the hatch. With adequate lock design (use of electromagnet), the system may be opened remotely by an electrical signal (24 V–), which permits e.g. integration with central control panel for smoke exhaust and fire alarm signalling systems. Key features of the system with gas springs: • lower price compared to other configurations, • this system cannot be used for ventilation, • after operation of the system, the vents are closed from the roof level.

component elements The above smoke exhaust system consists of: • smoke vents MCR PROLIGHT equipped with gas springs, • electrical control centre of type MCR 9705 or MCR 0204 with battery, • optical smoke detectors (optionally),· ROP pushbuttons.

method of operation The system has the following methods of emergency activation: • automatic, controlled by the thermal fuse located inside the vent, • automatic, by a signal from a fire control centre (after connecting), • manual, using smoke exhaust pushbuttons.

YnTKSY 1x2x0,8

optical detector

control centre MCR 9705 v 2 HLGs 2x1,5

YnTKSY 1x2x0,8 (YnTKSY 4x2x0,5)

YDY 3x1,5 230 V alarm pushbutton ROP (RPO-1)

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control system for smoke exhaust – release lever

release lever – individual opening and closing system description • smoke vent equipped with an oleopneumatic (gas-spring) actuator, • lever permits the release of locks and the opening of the smoke vent without damaging the thermal fuse, • only opening,

• closing of the vent together with setting of the lock is effected from the roof level, • in the case of destruction of the thermal fuse – it should be replaced before closing the vent, • maximum cable length = 10 m, • closing of the vent from the roof level.

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250

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

55

– casing – handle – cable – protecting tube – rings – glass with adhesive label – lead seal –end of protecting tube – tripping holder – cable clamp – manual closing holder latch – catch – fuse

mounting Assign the cable route and the right place for installing the lever casing. It should be located in a clearly visible place, near doors, and beyond the reach of children. 1 – firmly mount the lever casing (1), 2 – mount the cable protecting tube (4) using the rings (5) and screws; make as few bends as possible; the bend radius should be at least 100 mm; the rings for mounting the protecting tube should be inserted at intervals of bends, 3 – mount the final ring holding the protecting tube (8) at a distance of approximately 10 cm from the casing of the tripping mechanism, mount and cut off the tube above the final ring, 4 – insert the cable (3) into the tube, beginning from the final ring holding the protecting tube, and greasing it simultaneously during this operation, lead the cable to the lever casing, 5 – lead the cable under the pin inside the tripping holder, and then insert it into the opening; clamp the cable using the hexagonal clamp and cut off the remainder; move the holder up, 6 – open the dome, tighten the cable in the upper part, wrap it with adhesive tape, cut off the remainder, insert the end into the tripping holder (9) and attach the cable clamp, 7 – close the dome, accurately pressing the latch (11) into the tripping catch; check the stability of closure; if the dome opens easily, the cable should be slightly loosened, 8 – make an attempt to open, fully lowering the lever handle (2), let loose, check the opening of the dome, 9 – repeat operation no. 7 and then fix glass with an adhesive label (6), inserting it upwards into the top side grooves, then shift it upwards and lower it into the bottom groove; insert the sealing line (7) in front of the glass and apply a lead seal.

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mechanical 9.3.2.

control system for smoke exhaust – windlass

windlass – individual opening and closing with possibility of ventilation system properties • safe opening and reliable operation: locking is effected using the windlass with the self-locking system, located at the operator level, • closing again:a/ without any intervention on the roof,b/ provided by the windlass with automatic resetting, • ventilation: possible thanks to partial opening controlled from below using the crank, • smoke exhaust: constantly possible, even in the initial position of the vent opened for ventilation, • checking: correct operation of the outlet may be checked at any time, • maximum cord length – 15 m, • maximum number of pulleys – 4.

9.3.4.

principle of operation Mechanical control is a commonly used actuation system for smoke vents. When the release lever is pulled, a steel cord wound on a drum in a windlass is automatically released. The smoke vent will open fully, regardless of its initial position. Closing the vent again is effected using a crank, which is standard equipment for the mechanism. When necessary, the vent may be opened and

closed in order to ventilate the building. This is provided for by a crank mechanism with a high gear ratio with a self-locking system, permitting the opening of dome to desired position

releasing gear catch with fuse to windlass

windlass resetting – after “manual” actuation – insert the crank into the hexagonal opening and pull it down in order to reengage the winding device (control pushbutton is set automatically).

fuse

windlass – construction of crank mechanism string

initial cable pulley

protective tube fire alarm system lever tip mechanism block mounted by 3 screws

cable locking screw hexagonal key

cable pulleys on bends casing

nylon roller

side screw for string mounting

string crank

protective tube

drum cable

lead seal

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oso mcr 10.1.

window-based smoke exhaust system – smoke and heat exhaust components of window-based smoke exhaust system OSO-MCR • windows of adequate construction and louvered vents (under preparation); • control devices: electrical control centre for smoke exhaust MCR 9705 or MCR 0204, pneumatic alarm boxes, pneumatic ventilation boxes. • releasing elements: smoke detectors, thermal detectors in electrical systems, thermal release valves in pneumatic systems, thermal fuses in catch locks (system with gas springs), manual smoke exhaust control pushbuttons RPO-1 or ROP. • window actuators: electrical spindle actuators of type MCR W or chain actuators MCR L, pneumatic actuators of type Pxxx, gas springs; • actuator consoles; • catch locks for windows with gas springs.and additional equipment: • ventilation pushbuttons LT, • weather monitoring units (MCRP054 or WRS1b) with wind/ rain sensors.

window construction It is possible to use in the system the windows embedded in the building. The key feature of windows in the smoke exhaust system OSO-MCR is the efficiency of operation – opening and closing. Special attention should be given to accurate fitting of the casement to the window frame, not causing the jamming of these elements. Window types for use in the window-based smoke exhaust system OSO-MCR: • bottom or top hinged windows (to the outside or to the inside of the building), • hinged windows with vertical opening axis (to the outside or to the inside of the building), • hinged windows with horizontal opening axis located in half of the window height. Windows may be made of: • impregnated wood, • PVC of increased resistance to impacts and with internal steel sections, • aluminium protected against corrosion by anodising or painting. application The window-based smoke exhaust system OSO-MCR is designed for: • smoke and heat removal in the event of fire inside the building, using the windows mainly in staircases of public facilities, in passages and atria of shopping centres, • ventilation of rooms in normal use conditions, without tripping the alarm state, • aeration (providing sufficient inflow of fresh air) in buildings where an automatic aeration system is used apart from windows, see page 77.

determination of smoke exhaust and aeration surface area Obtaining a particular surface area of smoke exhaust in the system OSO-MCR is dependent on the window size and the actuator stroke. For windows with aerodynamic active area tests results available, these results should be used. If no tests results are available, the active area should be determined in accordance with the specified principles and the drawing (in accordance with EN12 101-2): 1. Determine the geometrical surface area of the opening P: P=H*B 2. A A = C V * P As the aeration surface area, use the geometrical surface area of the opening P (in accordance with PN-B-02877-4:2001).

coefficient of discharge α 30° 45° 60° 90°

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Cv

window opening to the inside 0,20 0,25 0,30 0,40 min. 0,5 m

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window-based smoke exhaust system – air inlets

principle of operation OSO-MCR with electrical control The electrical system consists of: windows equipped with electric actuators, and the control centre MCR 9705 or MCR 0204 with detectors and manual smoke exhaust pushbuttons The system can be released as follows: • automatically, controlled by a smoke or thermal detector, • automatically, by a signal from a fire alarm signalling system through the control centre MCR 9705, • manually, using smoke exhaust pushbuttons. Closing of windows after their emergency opening (cancelling the alarm state) occurs after prior removal of the cause of alarm and after resetting the alarm with the “reset” pushbutton, and then by using the ventilation pushbutton or the “vent closing” pushbutton. Electrical control panels may be installed near a smoke exhaust window or in a building monitoring room. They are supplied with voltage 230 V~. The operating voltage (supply to actuators) is 24 V=. The control panels are equipped with batteries permitting system operation for 72 hours after a mains voltage outage, and after that time a single emergency opening of windows is possible. The controllers feature visual and audible (MCR 9705) signalling of the operational status, which permits easy identification of the source of alarm or location of a system defect. The system status signals are repeated on the pushbuttons RPO-1. The system may be equipped with additional devices, i.e. the ventilation pushbutton LT and the weather monitoring station with wind sensor WM 1 and rain sensor RS 1. The ventilation pushbutton LT is used for opening and closing of windows for ventilation during normal use of the system, without tripping the alarm state. The purpose of the wind/rain sensors WM 1/RS 1 is to automatically close the windows opened for ventilation in the case of unfavourable weather conditions. OSO-MCR with pneumatic control The pneumatic system consists of the following elements: windows equipped with pneumatic actuators with thermal valves, optionally with CO2 alarm box and pneumatic ventilation box.

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The system can be released as follows: – automatic from the thermal trippers on the basis of temperature increase, – manual from the CO2 emergency box. Optionally, the system may be integrated with control centres for smoke exhaust MCR 9705 and MCR 0204 and accept signals from RPO-1/ROP, from a fire alarm signalling system, and from smoke detectors, after equipping the alarm boxes or thermal valves with electromagnets.The thermal release valves contain a thermal fuse and a CO2 cartridge, and they should be mounted in the space near the actuated window/windows. Alarm boxes contain a CO2 cartridge and a manually controlled valve.Closing of windows may be effected manually or from alarm boxes – depending on the configuration of the box and the pneumatic system.Equipping the system with a ventilation box permits the opening and closing of windows for ventilation. The ventilation box may be additionally equipped with electromagnet(s) in order to accommodate integration with an automatic weather system (see electrical system) and ventilation pushbuttons. OSO-MCR with gas springs The system with gas springs consists of the following elements: windows with catch locks and gas springs. The window is held closed by the catch lock. Release of the lock may occur after exceeding the operational temperature of the thermal fuse (fusible or alcohol type) built into the lock. After release of the lock, the window is opened as a result of the action of springs and it remains in this position. Closing of the window is effected manually. Catch locks, after equipping with pneumatic or electric microactuators, may be controlled from the CO2 emergency box or from the control centre for smoke exhaust MCR 9705/MCR 0204, respectively.

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window-based smoke exhaust system â&#x20AC;&#x201C; electrical control system for smoke exhaust

providing sufficient supply of air W indow - b as e d ae ration s y s te m. In accordance w ith PN-B-02877-4, adequate inflow of air should be provided for rooms with smoke vents installed above (e.g. production floors, storage spaces, shopping floors, passages, etc.). In order to ensure full utilization of the aerodynamical free area of smoke vents, adequate number of openings should be provided for passing the supplementary air, located in lower parts of the room.

Windows located in the lower part of the room (equipped with actuator and the remaining control devices included in the system OSO-MCR), as well as inflow fans and door openings (in accordance with the standard PN-8-02877-4), may be used for automatic aeration in the case of emergency actuation of smoke vents.

1. smoke layer 2. smoke vents MCR Prolight 3. smoke curtain 4. aerating window controlled by the system OSO-MCR 5. space free of smoke

Thanks to the use of air inlets (aerating openings), exhausting smoke from the building becomes more effective. The effects connected with smoke and hot fire gases are thus minimized.

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window-based smoke exhaust system – electrical control system for smoke exhaust

diagram of typical electrical system for smoke and heat exhaust system in staircase OSO-MCR OCD optical smoke detector

wind and rain sensor

LAST STOREY

YnTKSY 1x2x0,8 WRS weather monitoring unit

YnTKSY 1x2x0,8 YnTKSY 1x2x0,8

230 V~

aerodynamic free area A A

HLGs 2x1,5

(YnTKSY 4x2x0,5) YDY 3x1,5 ROP (RPO-1) emergency smoke exhaust pushbutton YDY 3x1,5

MCR 0204 or MCR 9705 v 2 control centre of smoke and heat ventilation system

230 V~

LT ventilation pushbutton

H

B

GROUND FLOOR ROP (RPO-1) emergency smoke exhaust pushbutton

EMERGENCY EXIT

note Wire sections are examples – select for the actual system configuration. Elements of the system OSO-MCR: • control centre for smoke exhaust MCR 9705 or MCR 0204, • emergency smoke exhaust pushbutton (described on page 68), • optical smoke detector OCD (described on page 66), • ventilation pushbutton LT (described on page 68), • weather monitoring unit WRS (described on page 69), • wind/rain sensor (described on page 70), *A A – aerodynamic free area of smoke exhaust.

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window-based smoke exhaust system – actuators

window opening to the inside mounting method for actuator MCR L at window opening to the inside

1. chain actuator MCR L 2. window casement 3. window frame 4. “internal” console

10.5.2.

window opening to the outside mounting method for actuator MCR L at window opening to the outside

1. chain actuator MCR L 2. window casement 3. window frame 4. “external” console

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mounting consoles for spindle actuators

MK 47-2 mounting console, internal width 47 mm, type 2

MK 47-4 mounting console, internal width 47 mm, type 4

60

60 47

47

2,5

25

110

99 87

115

30

50

67 55

13

13

10 14 42

30 11

9

53 30

42

9

7

5,2

USO 1 window console for actuators MCR W, width 47 mm

40

132

13,5

53

117

30

101,5 86,5

40

USO 2 window console for actuators MCR W, width 52 mm

13,5 47 52 30

30 5

20

20

5

3 3

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mounting consoles and pins for spindle actuators

console of type KB 6

console of type KB 8

28

12

12

10

10 10

6,5

10

20

20

6,5

30

23

30

23

8

6

28

46

46

60

60

console of type KB 10

28

23

30

10

12

10

20

10

6,5

46 60

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mounting consoles for ventilation actuators 230 V

Ø

13

console of type KB 2/70 for actuators of type JMB

17 42,5 55

70

80

54

112

97

55

38

Ø

6,

5

30

console of type MK 56-3

80

for actuators of type E 300, E 500, E 750

15

9

70

60

4x

42

12,5

6 ,5

30

56

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mcr kurtyna prosmoke 11.1.

smoke curtain

smoke curtain - description A curtain wall is a vertical partition mounted on the inside to the roof or ceiling, preventing the spread of smoke and fire gases in a horizontal direction. One of the possible executions of a curtain wall is the automatic rolled smoke curtain MCR KURTYNA PROSMOKE. The use of an automatic rolled smoke curtain allows architects, apart from ensuring safety and satisfying the regulatory requirements, to shape the space as desired – this solution does not prevent the lighting of the building interior. Due to small overall dimensions and low weight, it requires no special structural solutions, and may be fitted easily into any room. application A smoke curtain, as one of the elements of a smoke and heat ventilation system, is used to separate a smoke container in the building, within smoke exhaust zones, by division of the space under the roof or ceiling into smaller parts. In combination with smoke vents MCR-Prolight and inlet openings, MCR KURTYNA PROSMOKE permits: • increasing the operating efficiency of vents by accumulation of smoke in smoke reservoirs within a zone, • maintaining escape routes free of smoke, • reducing the damage caused by smoke and hot gases, optimising smoke control. principle of operation of rolled smoke curtain MCR Kurtyna Prosmoke In the stand-by state, the curtain is fully rolled. When the alarm state is identified, the curtain controlled by the control panel MCR 9705 or MCR 0204 is fully unrolled until it reaches the designed curtain height. The unrolled curtain fabric prevents smoke and hot gases from penetrating to other smoke containers. The lowered fabric may be rolled using an electric motor. Operation of the curtain is controlled by the control panels MCR 9705 and MCR 0204 used for controlling smoke exhaust devices. Depending on the system configuration and the used devices, curtains may be actuated on the basis of a signal from smoke or heat detectors, from manual pushbuttons (ROP or RPO-1), or a signal received from a fire alarm signalling system.

construction of MCR Kurtyna Prosmoke MCR KURTYNA PROSMOKE may seal off openings of height max. 8 m, of width dependent on the number of used curtain modules. Smoke curtains consist of the following basic elements: • special non-combustible fabric MCR TK G1 or MCR TK G2 (silver-grey colour), • winding shaft with actuator enclosed in a casing of galvanised steel sheet, • lower ballast of the curtain made of galvanised steel sheet, • power supply module, • optional side guides, • control centre MCR 9705 or MCR 0204. The curtain dimensions, and in consequence the device size and the used actuators and control devices, are determined in each case on the basis of the customer’s requirements. The curtain is made of a special non-combustible fabric of dimensions adequately adjusted to the opening sealed off by the curtain. The fabric is wound on the shaft by an actuator enclosed in the casing. The casing is mounted to a lintel, roof, ceiling, or wall, using adequately selected fasteners. Correct unrolling of the fabric and correct positioning of the curtain in the alarm state are ensured by the linear ballast (bottom bar). In addition, the curtain position in the alarm state may be fixed by optional side guides mounted to walls or pillars. The curtain is rolled and unrolled using an electric actuator powered with safe voltage 24 V=.In the case of curtains of considerable length, the device is combination of several modules as described above. The curtain control system is supplied from mains 230 V~, and in the case of a mains supply failure it may operate in stand-by state for 72 hours, and then be actuated once. In addition, the control system provides monitoring of the supply lines of the curtain actuator.

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mcr kurtyna prosmoke 11.2.

smoke curtain

schematic diagram

optical detector

230 V~

curtain height

MCR 0204 or MCR9705

room height

pushbutton RPO-1

opening width 1. casing with shaft 2. side guides 3. special fabric 4. bottom bar

MCR Kurtyna Prosmoke is made of modules of length max. 6 m. The number of used modules depends on the required total length of the curtain. Maximum height of the curtain is 8 m. total curtain length [m] > 6,00 6,01 .. 11,50 11,51 .. 17,00 17,01 .. 22,50 22,51 .. 28,00 28,01 .. 33,50 33,51 .. 39,00 Larger total curtain lengths are also possible.

minimum number of modules

number of motors x nominal motor current

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

1 6,3A 2 x 6,3A 3 x 6,3A 4 x 6,3A 5 x 6,3A 6 x 6,3A 7 x 6,3A

The smoke curtain satisfies the requirements of the technical approval ITB no. AT-15-6351/2004 confirmed by the certificate of conformity no. ITB-0921/W.

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