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TECHNICAL MANUAL OPERATING & MAINTENANCE

4000 DES/DX DEHUMIDIFIER

NOVELAIRE TECHNOLOGIES HEAT & MASS TRANSFER PRODUCTS

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NovelAire Technologies NovelAire Technologies 4000 DES/DX Dehumidifier CRCSD Units 6, 7, 8, 9 10

NovelAire 4000 DES/DX Dehumidifier Technical Manual


NovelAire Technologies 4000 DES/DX Dehumidifier/Heater Technical Manual Table of Contents 1.0 Description……………………………………………………………………3 1.1 Principle of Operation………………………………………………. 5 1.2 Design……………………………………………………………….. 5 2.0 Installation……………………………………………………………………. 6 3.0 Operation and Control …………………………………………………….. 10 3.1 Control……………………………………………………………….. 11 3.2 Operation……………………………………………………………..11 3.2.1 First Time Startup 3.2.2 Normal Operation 3.2.3 Maintenance 3.3 Troubleshooting…………………………………………………….. 17 3.4 Technical Support and Service……………………………………. 20 4.0 Technical Information………………………………………………………. 20 4.1 Physical Data………………………………………………………… 20 5.0 Miscellaneous Figures, Diagrams, & Notes……………………………. 21

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1.0 DESCRIPTION The NovelAire 4000 DES/DX Dehumidifier has been developed specifically for dehumidification of outdoor air or return air streams. The unit produces dry air to control the humidity in conditioned spaces using waste heat from the scroll compressor as the regeneration heat source. The unit has a compressor, condensing coil, evaporator coil, energy recovery wheel, desiccant wheel, process fan, regeneration fan, exhaust fan, dampers and associated controls. The major components of the unit are the proprietary NovelAire dehumidification wheel, energy recovery wheel, compressor, condensing coil, evaporator coil, process fan, regeneration fan, exhaust fan, dampers and associated controls. Other elements include wheel drive motors and a control panel with circuit breakers, relays, BACNET compatible digital control system and variable frequency drives for fans and energy recovery wheel.

Table 1: 4000 DES/DX Components

Figure 1: View of 4000 DES/DX Components Units 6,7, 10 3


Figure 2: View of 4000 DES/DX Components Units 8, 9

Figure 3: View of 4000 DES/DX

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1.1 PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION The operation of a desiccant dehumidification system is driven by two counter current air streams flowing through the desiccant wheel. In the occupied mode, outdoor air (less than 25% of total air flow) and return air are drawn through the filter, the process fan, evaporator coil (where it is cooled and some moisture is removed by condensation on the coil), and the desiccant wheel (where additional moisture is adsorbed). The dehumidified air is provided to the conditioned space. Outdoor air passes through a filter, the condenser coil, the desiccant wheel (where moisture is desorbed), and then through the regeneration fan before being exhausted to the exterior of the building. The emergency return air damper can be used to modulate building pressure by opening to exhaust building air through the regeneration side of the unit to regeneration fan and exhaust. When in the unoccupied mode, the unit closes the outdoor air damper for the air intake. Return air is drawn into the dehumidification section of the unit, dehumidified and returned to the conditioned space. In the High Carbon Monoxide/Dioxide mode the unit dampers switch and the process section takes in 100% fresh, outdoor air and passes it through the evaporator coils and the desiccant wheel and delivers it to the space. The second refrigeration circuit will run when outdoor enthalpy is above 28 BTU per pound of air. The regeneration air inlet dampers will switch to using return air (with the capability of adding some outdoor air if condensing temperatures rise) and will exhaust the return air out of the building. The unit also has hot water heating coils for winter operation. 1.2 DESIGN The galvanized metal frame of the 4000 DES/DX and all of the components used in the design are of solid construction and selected to withstand rugged use in a wide variety of applications. The interior of the 4000 DES/DX is laid out to minimize pressure drop through the system and to reduce the overall unit size. The blowers have a backward inclined design for high pressure, high flow output. The blower motors are provided with variable frequency drives. Maximum fan speed settings can be adjusted to optimize unit for system in which it is installed. The desiccant wheel can be removed from the side of the unit after removing the drive belt and the bolts holding the shaft collar.

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The desiccant wheel has a 50/50 split between process and regeneration in order to allow for low temperature operation. The drive system is a belt drive and gear motor. The desiccant wheel has a flexible brush seal system on the periphery and silicon bulb on the face to minimize cross leakage. The regeneration fan has a 7.5 HP, 3 phase, 460 Volt motor and is rated up to 6500 cfm. The process fan has a 7.5 HP, 3 phase 460 Volt motor and is rated for 5000 cfm. The process frequency drive is set to run from 20 to 70 hertz for normal dehumidification but can be adjusted up or down as necessary to obtain the required 5000 cfm at the static pressure required. A control loop in the Automated Logic controller will try to maintain the flow at 5000 cfm by varying fan motor frequency. During dehumidification operation the regeneration blower motor frequency is controlled in the range of 30 Hz to 70 Hz to maintain the regeneration temperature at a set point of 115 °F. The unit is approximately 102.5” wide by 82” high by 222”long. It is mounted on a 10 gage galvanized steel box frame and has lifting lugs on all four corners for both sections. The unit is designed to be lifted as one complete unit and set on a curb. Return air (2), supply air, and outdoor air (2) and regeneration exhaust air are routed through ducts attached to the top and/or sides of the unit as required.

2.0 INSTALLATION The NovelAire 4000 DES/DX Desiccant Dehumidifier is designed to be a standalone unit on the roof or in an equipment room. The 4000 DES/DX outdoor intakes and exhausts are located as shown in figures 1 and 2. Consideration should be taken concerning the location of the outdoor intake for the building to prevent the fresh air intake from being too close to any exhaust ducts that already may be present on the roof or ground. Consult the unit drawings for actual duct location and sizing. IMPORTANT – The 4000 DES/DX is designed to supply air at up to 2.0” H2O. If the system pressure drop in the ducts is higher than this, air flow will be impeded and unit performance will be affected. Regeneration and exhaust fans are sized for 1.5” system static pressure. It is recommended that the 4000 DES/DX be installed so that the control panel and power connections are easily accessible. The unit is designed to allow access to the wheel from the side panels on the process side of the unit. Insure that unit has adequate clearance when choosing an installation site. The unit is designed to be connected to 460 volt 3 phase power with a ground wire. The unit uses 24 VAC control power internally. A separate grounding wire

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should also be used. Observe all local electrical codes when connecting unit. Power is connected to the main switch. The unit comes with connection points for the BACNet controller which is capable of communication with Building Automation Systems using the BACNet MS/TP network protocol. Figure 3: BacNet SE6166 Network Connections and 24 VAC Connections Controls are connected to the Automated Logic communication point as follows:

24 VAC/ 24 VDC Control Connections TB4 Connection for BACNet communication SE6166

Figure 4: TB5 Closeup (Low Voltage Control Connections)

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Unit will not run unless emergency stop circuit (5 & 6) are connected.

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Figure 5: TB5 External Interface

Remote Net is for connection to BACView controller for remote operation or maintenance when required.

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Figure 6: Power Terminal Connections Power Connections Connect the 460 volt three phase power distribution block to 100 amp main disconnect supplied with unit. Disconnect should be field mounted close to unit control box . Be sure to properly ground in accordance with local electrical codes. Ground lug Note: Unit uses 3 phase power. Check fan rotation and switch leads at disconnect if fan rotation is incorrect. Do not switch leads at the variable frequency drive or the contactor as both fan motors and the compressor were checked for rotation at the factory. Unit is equipped with a rotation relay to insure that compressor contactor will not engage if rotation is incorrect. Switch main power leads to correct rotation. Table 1: ELECTRICAL DATA Full Load Amps Compressor 1 30 Compressor 2 15 Regen Fan Motor 10.8 Process Fan Motor 10.8 DW Wheel Motor 0.3 Unit 66.9

Running Amps 16 8 6 4 0.3 34.3

Unit requires a 75 to100 amp disconnect.

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MCA Amps

MOP Amps

70.7

85.7


The unit comes with a drain line for the coil. The drain line should be installed with a “P” trap to maintain at least 4” of water in the trap. This will prevent any air leakage through the drain line and allow proper condensate drainage. Drain Line Connections Drain line

Make sure that drain line has proper “P” traps installed to prevent air from being blown out the unit. Trap should have a seal leg of at least 4” H2O. Failure to do so will result in water being retained in the drain pans and leaking inside the unit. Note: The unit is shipped with the R-410A refrigerant. It takes approximately 14 pounds 2 ounces (6.05 kg) of refrigerant to recharge the dual compressor circuit and 12 pounds 6 ounces to charge the single compressor circuit. Use instructions in Appendix A. Refrigerant connections and high/low pressure switch are located in the regeneration air intake section by the compressors.

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3.0 OPERATION AND CONTROL The control panel for the 4000 DES/DX is located on the side of the unit adjacent to the supply air outlet and hot water coils. The power is brought into the unit through a conduit connection on side of the control box. A pilot hole has been provided and will be enlarged to accommodate the conduit size used. A separate conduit should be used for control wiring to TB5 control power connections, including the emergency stop (provided by others). Once the 4000 DES/DX is connected to the proper power source, drain line, ducting, and control wiring, it is ready to run. The 4000 DES/DX is controlled by signals from the BACNET network and/or a remote keypad connected to the unit. The unit measures the outdoor temperature and humidity, calculates the inlet enthalpy and determines which operating mode is appropriate. It also receives an occupied/unoccupied signal that determines the source of the air stream to be dehumidified. Main Power Variable Frequency Drives Pressure Trasmitters Circuit Breakers Transformers Control Terminal Block Automate Logic Controlers Fuses

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The operating sequence is detailed in the attached appendix. In summary, the unit will operate in one of the following modes: 1. Dehumidification mode, occupied 2. Dehumidification mode, unoccupied 3. High CO/CO2 Ventilation (occupied or unoccupied) If outdoor enthalpy is above 28 BTU/pound, the second refrigeration circuit will operate. 4. Unit has hot water coils for heating when necessary.

3.1 CONTROL The 4000 DES/DX is controlled by an Automated Logic control system consisting of two SE6166 modules. The control logic printout is included in the appendix. The 4000 DES/DX has a high and low pressure switches which will stop the unit from running if the either the pressure is low for more than three minutes or the high pressure trip point of 500 psig is reached. The switch will have to be manually reset before the unit will restart. Setting high pressure trip higher than 500 PSIG may result in compressor damage. The unit uses 24 VAC control power for all the run relays for the frequency drives and the compressor contactor. This power will be disabled anytime a door is opened in compartments containing rotating equipment for safety reasons as well as for high or low refrigerant or high water in drain pans. 3.2 OPERATION 3.2.1 First Time Start Up of the 4000 DES/DX 1. Be sure that there are no obstructions to the free flow of air into or out of the unit. 2. Insure that drain line is connected to the unit. 3. Insure that main unit is charged with R-410A refrigerant according to Appendix A. Unit is shipped with charge unless otherwise noted. 4. Insure that unit has been properly wired to 460 volt, three phase power. If the phase is wired incorrectly, the rotation relay will keep the compressor from running in the wrong direction and keep the desiccant wheel from coming on. If power is corrected correctly, the green light on the relay will come on when the compressor circuit breaker is on. To correct, simply switch two wires at the disconnect switch to change direction of rotation. The

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5. 6. 7. 8.

variable frequency drives will rotate fans in correct direction no matter which order the main power lead are connected. Insure that the BACNET is connected correctly and addresses are correct. Turn on all circuit breakers for the unit. Control lights should be lit on the SE6166 controllers. Connect the SE 6166 to the control network. (See specific instructions provided with SE 6166) for settings and connection points. The unit is now ready for routine operation and can be started using the BACNET system.

3.2.2 Normal Sequence of Operation of the 4000 DES/DX GENERAL: The unit is a 100% return air unit designed to precondition and dehumidify the return air being introduced into the air stream to a conditioned space. The unit is capable of mixing up to 25% outdoor air with the return, which is controlled by a damper. The unit is intended to operate year around to provide humidity control on the mixed air. The unit is controlled by an Automated Logic controller system. Refer to attached sequence of operation in Appendix for further information on the normal sequence of operation.

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4000 DES/DX Unit Description The unit consists of a main refrigeration loop with tandem compressors, condenser, TXV valves and evaporator coils and a desiccant wheel which is regenerated with the condenser heat from refrigeration circuit. There is second refrigeration loop that runs when the unit is in High CO/CO2 mode and taking in 100% outside air. The condensing temperature and compressor amps are monitored and airflow through the condenser is controlled by a variable frequency drive directly coupled to the condenser fan impeller. The condensing air leaving temperature is controlled in the range of 110 ยบF to 125 ยบF by the temperature controller as required for regeneration of the desiccant wheel. During startup, the compressor amps should be monitored and not allowed to exceed preset maximum amps. Should amperage exceed maximum amps, the regeneration fan should be increased to maximum flow until condenser leaving air temperature is below set point and compressor amps are below maximum amps. In occupied mode, 25 % fresh outdoor air mixed with 75% return air passes through filters, the process fan, and the evaporator coil. It then passes through the desiccant wheel and the hot water coil before being discharged to the conditioned space. If discharge temperature goes below 55 ยบF, the hot water heater can be used to raise the discharge temperature. When a high CO/CO2 condition occurs, the unit will be commanded by the BAS to run in high CO/CO2 mode. Dampers will change to pass 100% outdoor air through the process side of the unit and discharge return air through the regeneration side of the unit. If outdoor enthalpy is above 28 BTU/pound dry air (actual level may vary by installation), the second refrigeration circuit will operate to reduce the supply air enthalpy and moisture content entering the building. Moisture is removed by the evaporator coil when its refrigeration circuit is in operation and then by the desiccant wheel. The following is the sequence in which the refrigeration circuits will run during calls for operation during either occupied or unoccupied modes. The unoccupied mode is an optional mode that can provide either dehumidification or heating. Enable, Occupied Command 1. Unit will energize and 2. Return air damper open 100% and outside air damper open to provide 25% outdoor air. 3. Outside air damper opens to supply regeneration air and regeneration return air damper modulates to control building pressure. 4. Process fan will energize.

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5. 6. 7. 8.

Unit will energize regeneration exhaust fan. Compressor will start up. Desiccant wheel will start up. Temperature controller will start controlling condenser air leaving temperature by controlling regeneration fan speed. 9. Hot water heater may be energized as necessary for additional heating Enable, Unoccupied Command 1. Unit will energize and 2. Return air damper open 100% and outside air damper will close. 3. Outside air damper opens to supply regeneration air and regeneration return air damper modulates to control building pressure. 4. Process fan will energize. 5. Unit will energize regeneration exhaust fan. 6. Compressor will start up. 7. Desiccant wheel will start up. 8. Temperature controller will start controlling condenser air leaving temperature by controlling regeneration fan speed. 9. Hot water heater may be energized as necessary for additional heating Enable, High CO/CO2 Command 1. Unit will energize 2. Return air damper closes and outside air damper opens to 100%. 3. Regeneration return air damper opens to supply regeneration air and outside air damper closes unless additional air is called for. If regeneration fan speed exceeds 90%, the outside air damper will open to provide additional cooling to the condensers. 4. Process fan will energize. 5. Unit will energize regeneration exhaust fan. 6. Compressor will start up. 7. Desiccant wheel will start up. 8. Temperature controller will start controlling condenser air leaving temperature by controlling regeneration fan speed. 9. Hot water heater may be energized as necessary for additional heating

Routine Maintenance: 1. Filters on outdoor inlet, exhaust inlet, and regeneration inlet should be inspected monthly and changed as needed.

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2. Coils should be inspected and cleaned annually. 3. Seals on wheels and drive belt should be inspected annually.

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3.3 TROUBLESHOOTING PROBLEM Entire unit is not running

CAUSE No power to unit

SOLUTIONS Check main power supply.

No power to 24VAC controls

Check fuses to control transformer. Check door and float switches.

Unit running, but not dehumidifying

No enable command from BACNET/BACView

Check signals to control system with BACNET software or keypad

One or more fans not operating

Check for fan operation. If not running, check fan motor, breaker and VFD. Check VFD programming.

Desiccant wheel not rotating

Check motor for current and operation. Insure belt is on wheel and tight. Try to rotate wheel by hand to make sure it is freely turning. Check motor circuit breakers.

Air flow blocked

Check that all air inlets and outlets are not blocked and allow unobstructed air flows to and from unit. Check and clean air filters as required. Check all dampers positions

Condensing coil is not

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Insure compressor is


Unit is cooling but humidity is too high

heating regeneration air.

running. Check pressures and charge unit. Check high and low pressure reset on pressure switch.

Desiccant wheel not properly regenerated.

Insure condenser coil is heating air above 115 °F and air flow is not blocked.

Exhaust fan not running

Check fan for operation

Return air to unit has too high enthalpy

Unit designed for 75ÂşF, 50% RH return air. If return air is higher, continue to operate unit until space comes into control. Recommend unoccupied dehumidification mode.

Process air flow exceeds 5000 SCFM.

Reduce air flow by reducing flow setpoint in control program or frequency of process fan VFD if control is in manual. Monitor evaporator coil leaving temperature.

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3.4 TECHNICAL SUPPORT AND SERVICE Factory Address:

NovelAire Technologies 10132 Mammoth Drive Baton Rouge, LA 70814-4420 Telephone: (225) 924-0427 or (800) 762-1320 Fax: (225) 934-0340 E-mail: tparker@novelaire.com

4.0 TECHNICAL INFORMATION 4.1 PHYSICAL DATA Size:

102.5” wide by 82” height by 222” height

Weight:

6300 lb.

4.2 ELECTRICAL DATA Full Load Amps Compressor 29.5 Regen Fan Motor 21 Exhaust Fan Motor 14 Process Fan Motor 13 ECW Wheel Motor 2.4 DW Wheel Motor 0.3 Unit 80.1

Running Amps 22.0 9.8 2.2 6.1 1.0 0.2 41.5

MCA Amps 36.8 21 14 13 2.5 0.3 87.3

MOP Amps 66.4 21 14 13 2.5 0.3 125

Unit has a 100 to 125 amp disconnect. 4.3 Refrigerant Charge Data Circuit 1 (Two compressors)

Charge 14 pounds 2 ounces HFC 410-A

Circuit 2 (One compressor)

Charge 12 pounds 6 ounces HFC 410-A

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5.0 Miscellaneous Figures, Diagrams and Notes 4000 DES/DX Charging Instruction, Appendix A 4000 DES/DX Electrical Diagrams Unit Drawings for 4000 DES/DX Toshiba VFD Settings Manuals/Cut Sheet Copeland Compressor Data Sheet Heatcraft Coil Drawings (3) Fan Data Sheets Control Sequence Controller Logic Diagram Controller Graphic Controller I/O Point Settings Toshiba VFD Manual Startup Request Form Startup Checklist

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Appendix A: Refrigerant Charging Instructions for 4000 DES/DX ERV. 1. The 4000 DES/DX ERV should be evacuated before charging. 2. The refrigerant charge is 14 pounds 2 ounces for two compressor circuit and 12 pounds 6 ounces for the one compressor circuit. 3. Purge gauge lines. Connect service gauge manifold to base-valve service ports. Connect the refrigerant cylinder to the charging line and initially charge the unit using scale until unit will not take more refrigerant. 4. After charging the unit, check for correct charging level by measuring the condenser discharge liquid line temperature by placing a thermocouple on the liquid line and wrapping in insulation tape. Measure the pressure on the high side and used the figure below to determine if the unit is correctly charged. Table 1: R-410A Charging Curve REQUIRED LINE TEMPERATURE Liquid Pressure @ Service Valve (PSIG) 189 195 202 208 215 222 229 236 243 251 259 266 274 283 291 299 308 317 326 335 345 354 364 374 384 395 406 416 427 439 450 462 474 486 499 511

SUBCOOLING TEMPERATURE FAHRENHEIT 8 10 12 14 16 18 58 56 54 52 50 48 60 58 56 54 52 50 62 60 58 56 54 52 64 62 60 58 56 54 66 64 62 60 58 56 68 66 64 62 60 58 70 68 66 64 62 60 62 70 68 66 64 62 64 72 70 68 66 64 76 74 72 70 68 66 78 76 74 72 70 68 80 78 76 74 72 70 82 80 78 76 74 72 84 82 80 78 76 74 86 82 82 80 78 76 88 84 82 82 80 78 90 86 84 82 82 80 92 88 86 84 82 82 94 90 88 86 84 82 96 92 90 88 86 84 98 94 92 90 88 86 100 96 94 92 90 88 102 98 96 94 92 90 104 100 98 96 94 92 106 102 100 98 96 94 108 104 102 100 98 96 110 106 104 102 100 98 112 108 106 104 102 100 114 110 108 106 104 102 116 112 110 108 106 104 118 114 112 110 108 106 120 118 114 112 110 108 122 120 116 114 112 110 124 122 118 116 114 112 126 124 120 118 116 114 128 126 122 120 118 116

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WSG Desiccant Wheel

DOAU (6-10) Summer Operation 12/8/2010

Title: Date:

Model Number: WSG 1524x150

Process Out

Process In

Regen In

Wheel Parameters Wheel Diam. in. 60 Wheel Depth, in. 6.0 Regen. Portion, % 50 Wheel Speed, RPH 6 Hub Diameter, in. 3.5 Cassette Parameters Drive Motor, HP Height, in. Width, in. Depth, in.

0.333 42. 42. 6.5

Flow Ratio Regen/Process

1.120

Regen Out

Process Inlet Process Outlet Regen Inlet Heater Outlet Regen Outlet

Face Velocity, sfpm Process Side Regen. Side

514 575

Pressures, in. WC Process Delta P Regen Delta P

0.69 0.86

Water Adsorption Dynam. Capac., lb/h Grain Depress., gr/lb

77.1 24.0

Heater Output BTU/h

198,979

Proc. Sens. Heat Gain BTU/h BTU/lb H2O

107,216 1391

Volume scfm

Volume acfm

째FDB

째F WB

gr/lb

RH%

Enthalpy BTU / lb

5,000 5,000 5,600 5,600 5,600

4,967 5,130 5,980 6,337 6,174

58.1 78.0 91.0 123.9 106.2

56.2 58.0 76.0

64.10 40.12 111.20 111.20 132.61

89.0 28.3 50.8 19.4 38.0

23.90 24.99 39.34 47.46 46.47

82.8

(Elevation: 0 ft. above Sea Level)

WHEEL

WHEEL:

Unitary rotor design with 6 spokes equally spaced 3.5 in. aluminum center hub, 0.75 shaft, 14 in. outer band

MEDIA:

WSG Desiccant Media, corrugated synthetic fibrous matrix.

CASSETTE

FRAME:chr(8) BEARINGS: AIR SEALS: DRIVE:

Galvanized 14 ga. steel with two (2) removable side panels Internal sealed roller bearing Inner and outer bulb contact seals Perimeter driven chain drive

NovelAire Technologies, 10132 Mammoth Ave., Baton Rouge, LA 70814 Phone: 225-924-0427 Fax: 225-930-0340


WSG Desiccant Wheel

DOAU (6-10) High CO Operation 12/13/2010

Title: Date:

Model Number: WSG 1524x150

Process Out

Process In

Regen In

Wheel Parameters Wheel Diam. in. Wheel Depth, in. Regen. Portion, % Wheel Speed, RPH Hub Diameter, in.

60.0 6.0 50 12 3.5

Cassette Parameters Drive Motor, HP Height, in. Width, in. Depth, in.

0.333 42. 42. 6.5

Flow Ratio Regen/Process

1.000

Regen Out

Process Inlet Process Outlet Regen Inlet Heater Outlet Regen Outlet

Face Velocity, sfpm Process Side Regen. Side

514 514

Pressures, in. WC Process Delta P Regen Delta P

0.70 0.74

Water Adsorption Dynam. Capac., lb/h Grain Depress., gr/lb

100.1 31.1

Heater Output BTU/h

183,600

Proc. Sens. Heat Gain BTU/h BTU/lb H2O

128,988 1289

Volume scfm

Volume acfm

째FDB

째F WB

gr/lb

RH%

Enthalpy BTU / lb

5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000

5,016 5,209 5,130 5,457 5,264

61.7 85.6 75.0 109.0 85.1

60.5 62.1 62.6

76.70 45.57 64.90 64.90 96.03

93.4 25.0 50.2 17.4 53.0

26.73 27.70 28.15 36.45 35.50

71.9

(Elevation: 0 ft. above Sea Level)

WHEEL

WHEEL:

Unitary rotor design with 6 spokes equally spaced 3.5 in. aluminum center hub, 0.75 shaft, 14 in. outer band

MEDIA:

WSG Desiccant Media, corrugated synthetic fibrous matrix.

CASSETTE

FRAME:chr(8) BEARINGS: AIR SEALS: DRIVE:

Galvanized 14 ga. steel with two (2) removable side panels Internal sealed roller bearing Inner and outer bulb contact seals Perimeter driven chain drive

NovelAire Technologies, 10132 Mammoth Ave., Baton Rouge, LA 70814 Phone: 225-924-0427 Fax: 225-930-0340


Unit Data Sheet

Report Created 1/18/2011 5:02:55 PM Job Name: Rep Firm: Rep Contact: NTL Eng:

Page 1 of 3 Quote 1102 CRCSD Units (6-10) Model # 4000 DES/DX-MA

Cedar Rapids Campus Services (Unit 6-10) Unit Type: RETURN/OUTDOOR AIR Millennium Technology of Iowa Don Stanek TLP

Unit Notes: NOTE THAT UNIT HANDLES BOTH RETURN AIR AND OUTDOOR FOR DEHUMIDIFICATION NOTE THE EXTERNAL STATIC PRESSURES FOR UNIT 10 COMPRISES OF THE DUCT PRESSURE DROP AND THE CARBON FILTER PRESSURE DROP. THE EXTERNAL STATIC PRESSURES FOR UNITS 6,7,8,9 COMPRISES OF THE DUCT PRESSURE DROP ONLY. NOTE THAT UNITS 6,7,10 HAVE ALL SIDE DUCT CONNECTIONS UNITS 8,9 HAVE TOP DUCT CONNECTIONS EXCEPT FOR THE EMERGENCY RETURN AIR FLOW DUCTS WHICH ARE SIDE DUCT CONNECTIONS Unit Details: Exterior Casing: Floor Material Sub Floor Material Base Size:

20 Gage Galvalume Painted 20 Gage Galvalume None 222” x 102.375” 10 Gage Galvanized

System Static Summary: Regen Process Entrance/Exit 0.2 0.2 Desiccant Wheel 0.8 0.7 Filter 0.3 0.3 Coil(s) 0.8 0.7 Unit Geometry 0.3 0.2 Total 2.1 0.3 System Static 1.5 2.0 Total 4.1 4.8 Flow, cfm 6050 5000 *Note that Regeneration Flowstream conditions are estimated for an 91F day Electrical VAC/PH/HZ 460/3/60 Unless otherwise noted below all electrical and automatic control devices are furnished and installed by others in the field Unit has integral control panel ready for connection to main power and BAS (Building Automation System, BACNET compatible. FLA MCA MOP

59.0 amps 62.1 amps 75.0 amps

NovelAire Technologies LLC, 10132 Mammoth Ave., Baton Rouge, LA 70814-4420 Phone: 225.924.0427 Fax: 225.930.0340 www.novelaire.com


Unit Data Sheet

Page 2 of 3 Quote 1102 CRCSD Units (6-10) Model # 4000 DES/DX-MA

Report Created 1/18/2011 5:02:55 PM Fans: Manufacturer: Model: Furnished by: Mounted: Quantity:

Process Comefri ANPA 20 NovelAire Factory 5

Regeneration Comefri ANPA 20 NovelAire Factory 5

See attached data sheet and fan curves for additional information on fans Fan Motors: HP/RPM Furnished by: Mounted: Quantity:

Process 7.5HP/1750 RPM NovelAire Factory 5

Regeneration 7.5 HP/1750 RPM NovelAire Factory 5

See attached data sheet for specific motor drawings and data Compressor(s): Manufacturer: Model: Furnished by: Mounted: Quantity:

Copeland ZP72KCE-TFD NovelAire Factory 5

Copeland ZPT144KCE-TFD NovelAire Factory 5

See attached data sheet for specific compressor information Coils: Manufacturer: Model: Size: Furnished by: Mounted: Quantity:

1st Evaporator Luvata 3EY1201D 30” H x 30 “ W Novelaire Factory 10

2nd Evaporator Luvata 3EY1204D 28“H x 28 ”W NovelAire Factory 10

1st/2nd Condenser Luvata 3CY1204D 30“H x30 ”W NovelAire Factory 20

Hot Water Coil Luvata 4WY1202D 26.25“H x 28 ”W NovelAire Factory 10

See attached data sheet for specific coil information Units 6-7-10 Openings: Size: Filtered:

Outdoor (Process) Inlet Side Duct Yes

Return (Process) Inlet Side Duct Yes

Size: Filtered:

Regen Exhaust Side Duct No

Supply Outlet Side Duct No

Outdoor (Regen) Inlet Side Duct Yes

Return (Regen) Inlet Side Duct Yes

NovelAire Technologies LLC, 10132 Mammoth Ave., Baton Rouge, LA 70814-4420 Phone: 225.924.0427 Fax: 225.930.0340 www.novelaire.com


Unit Data Sheet

Page 3 of 3 Quote 1102 CRCSD Units (6-10) Model # 4000 DES/DX-MA

Report Created 1/18/2011 5:02:55 PM Units 8-9 Openings: Size: Filtered:

Outdoor (Process) Inlet Top Duct Yes

Return (Process) Inlet Top Duct Yes

Size: Filtered:

Regen Exhaust Top Duct No

Supply Outlet Top Duct No

Manufacturer:

Outdoor (Process) Inlet FrameTEC

Return (Process) Inlet FrameTEC

Manufacturer:

Regen Exhaust FrameTEC

Units 6-10 Dampers:

Outdoor (Regen) Inlet Top Duct Yes

Return (Regen) Inlet Side Duct Yes

Outdoor (Regen) Inlet FrameTEC

Return (Regen) Inlet FrameTEC

Note that all dampers are controlled by a 24VAC Modulating, Spring Return Actuator with End Switch Hoods: No

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Tuesday, January 04, 2011 Aeolus Plus 1.0.6 Customer: Quote 1102 Cedar Rapids Campus Services Units 6-10 Project Description: 4000 DES/DX Regeneration Fan Your Ref. Our Ref.

Input data Volume Static Pressure

6050 CFM 4.11 In.W.G.

Selected Fan ANPA20 -

Temperature Altitude

0.075 lb/cu.ft Density Free Inlet - Free Outlet

68.0 °F 0 ft

Catalogue data n Max Pw Max J 1/min BHP lb ft² 2850 26.10

Fan Information c p tot * p sta ft/min In.W.G. In.W.G. 4.61

4.11

p dyn u ** ft/min In.W.G. 0.50 9577

n 1/min 1858

eta Tot eta Sta * % % 79.09 70.58

P fan BHP

Min Mot. BHP

Shaft P mot diameter BHP mm

5.54

(*)Theoric value calculated taking into account the dynamic pressure at the impeller outlet (**)Theoric value, calculated at the impeller outlet

fm[Hz] 63 125 250 500 Lw3 Total Sound Power Level in the inlet duct Level Lw3 83 77 84 76 Level Lw3 (filter A) 57 61 75 73 Lw6 Total Sound Power Level at the free outlet Level Lw6 88 81 90 87 Level Lw6 (filter A) 61 64 81 83 Legend for sound values Lw7 Total Sound Power Level at the fan inlet, with ducted outlet Lw3 Total Sound Power Level in the inlet duct Lw5 Inlet Total Sound Power Level Lw4 Total Sound Power Level inside the outlet duct Lw6d Total Sound Power Level outside the termination of the outlet duct Lw6 Total Sound Power Level at the free outlet

1000

2000

4000

8000

Tot.

75 75

74 75

72 73

65 64

88 82

dB dB(A)

87 87

83 84

79 80

76 74

94 91

dB dB(A)

-


Fan working conditions Volume Total Pressure Static Pressure Total Efficiency Static Efficiency Temperature Altitude

ANPA20 1/min 2850 BHP 20.12 BHP 5.54 lb ft² 26.10

Selected Fan Max Fan RPM Max Shaft Power Fan power Moment of Inertia Required Working Point

Free Inlet - Free Outlet CFM 6050 In.W.G. 4.61 In.W.G. 4.11 % 0.0 % 70.6 °F 68.0 ft 0

p sta[In.W.G.]

area 1

71% RPM 2850

73%

73%

area 2 73%

10.00

72%

69% 2400

66%

2200

61%

area 3 53% 5.00

15.0

41%

10.0

1400

25%

5.0 3.0 600 200 0.00 0

0.2

0.8 5000

10000

V[CFM]


CERTIFICATION DATA SHEET

TYPICAL MOTOR PERFORMANCE DATA

HP

KW

SYNC. RPM

F.L. RPM

FRAME

ENCLOSURE

KVA CODE

DESIGN

7 1/2&5

5.6&3.7

1800

1760&1475

213T

TEFC

H

B

PH

Hz

3

60/50

VOLTS

FL AMPS

START TYPE

DUTY

20821ACROSS THE CONTINUOU 230/460#190/ 19.6/9.8&16.4/ LINE S 380 8.2

INSL

S.F

AMB

ELEVATION

F2

1.15/1.15

40

3300

FULL LOAD EFF: 89.5&89.5

3/4 LOAD EFF: 90.2

1/2 LOAD EFF: 89.5

GTD. EFF

ELEC. TYPE

NO LOAD AMPS

FULL LOAD PF: 80&77

3/4 LOAD PF: 75

1/2 LOAD PF: 65

87.5

SQ CAGE IND RUN

8/4

F.L. TORQUE

LOCKED ROTOR AMPS

L.R. TORQUE

B.D. TORQUE

F.L. RISE

22.4 LB-FT

126 / 63

47.5 LB-FT 212

67 LB-FT 299

50

SOUND PRESSURE @ 3 FT.

SOUND POWER

ROTOR WK^2

MAX. WK^2

SAFE STALL TIME

STARTS /HOUR

APPROX. MOTOR WGT

65 dBA

75 dBA

0.8 LB-FT^2

50 LB-FT^2

25 SEC.

2

190 LBS.

*** SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION ***

DE BRACKET ODE BRACKET TYPE TYPE STANDARD

STANDARD

MOUNT TYPE

ORIENTATION

SEVERE DUTY

HAZARDOUS LOCATION

DRIP COVER

SCREENS

PAINT

RIGID

HORIZONTAL

FALSE

NONE

FALSE

NONE

STANDARD

BEARINGS DE

OPE

BALL

BALL

307

206

GREASE

SHAFT TYPE

SPECIAL DE

SPECIAL ODE

SHAFT MATERIAL

FRAME MATERIAL

STANDARD

T

NONE

NONE

STANDARD

CAST IRON

THERMO-PROTECTORS THERMOSTATS

PROTECTORS

WDG RTDs

BRG RTDs

NONE

NOT

NONE

NONE

* N O T E S *

THERMISTORS

CONTROL

SPACE /n HEATERS

NONE

FALSE

NONE VOLTS

INVERTER TORQUE: NONE INV. HP SPEED RANGE: NONE ENCODER: NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE PPR BRAKE: NONE NONE - FT-LB

NONE NONE P/N NONE NONE NONE V

NONE Hz


Tuesday, January 04, 2011 Aeolus Plus 1.0.6 Customer: Quote 1102 Cedar Rapids Campus Services Units 6-10 Project Description: 4000 DES/DX Process Fan Your Ref. Our Ref.

Input data Volume Static Pressure

5000 CFM 4.76 In.W.G.

Selected Fan ANPA20 -

Temperature Altitude

-

0.075 lb/cu.ft Density Free Inlet - Free Outlet

68.0 °F 0 ft

Catalogue data n Max Pw Max J 1/min BHP lb ft² 2850 26.10

Fan Information c p tot * p sta ft/min In.W.G. In.W.G. 5.10

4.76

p dyn u ** ft/min In.W.G. 0.34 9614

n 1/min 1865

eta Tot eta Sta * % % 76.36 71.29

P fan BHP

Min Mot. BHP

Shaft P mot diameter BHP mm

5.25

(*)Theoric value calculated taking into account the dynamic pressure at the impeller outlet (**)Theoric value, calculated at the impeller outlet

fm[Hz] 63 125 250 500 Lw3 Total Sound Power Level in the inlet duct Level Lw3 84 78 85 77 Level Lw3 (filter A) 58 62 77 74 Lw6 Total Sound Power Level at the free outlet Level Lw6 86 79 88 85 Level Lw6 (filter A) 60 63 80 82 Legend for sound values Lw7 Total Sound Power Level at the fan inlet, with ducted outlet Lw3 Total Sound Power Level in the inlet duct Lw5 Inlet Total Sound Power Level Lw4 Total Sound Power Level inside the outlet duct Lw6d Total Sound Power Level outside the termination of the outlet duct Lw6 Total Sound Power Level at the free outlet

1000

2000

4000

8000

Tot.

76 76

75 77

73 74

66 65

89 83

dB dB(A)

85 85

81 83

77 78

74 73

93 89

dB dB(A)


Fan working conditions Volume Total Pressure Static Pressure Total Efficiency Static Efficiency Temperature Altitude

ANPA20 1/min 2850 BHP 20.12 BHP 5.25 lb ft² 26.10

Selected Fan Max Fan RPM Max Shaft Power Fan power Moment of Inertia Required Working Point

Free Inlet - Free Outlet CFM 5000 In.W.G. 5.10 In.W.G. 4.76 % 0.0 % 71.3 °F 68.0 ft 0

p sta[In.W.G.]

area 1

71% RPM 2850

73%

73%

area 2 73%

10.00

72%

69% 2400

66%

2200

61%

area 3 53%

5.00

15.0

41%

10.0

1400

25%

5.0 3.0 600 200 0.00 0

0.2

0.8 5000

10000

V[CFM]


CERTIFICATION DATA SHEET

TYPICAL MOTOR PERFORMANCE DATA

HP

KW

SYNC. RPM

F.L. RPM

FRAME

ENCLOSURE

KVA CODE

DESIGN

7 1/2&5

5.6&3.7

1800

1760&1475

213T

TEFC

H

B

PH

Hz

3

60/50

VOLTS

FL AMPS

START TYPE

DUTY

20821ACROSS THE CONTINUOU 230/460#190/ 19.6/9.8&16.4/ LINE S 380 8.2

INSL

S.F

AMB

ELEVATION

F2

1.15/1.15

40

3300

FULL LOAD EFF: 89.5&89.5

3/4 LOAD EFF: 90.2

1/2 LOAD EFF: 89.5

GTD. EFF

ELEC. TYPE

NO LOAD AMPS

FULL LOAD PF: 80&77

3/4 LOAD PF: 75

1/2 LOAD PF: 65

87.5

SQ CAGE IND RUN

8/4

F.L. TORQUE

LOCKED ROTOR AMPS

L.R. TORQUE

B.D. TORQUE

F.L. RISE

22.4 LB-FT

126 / 63

47.5 LB-FT 212

67 LB-FT 299

50

SOUND PRESSURE @ 3 FT.

SOUND POWER

ROTOR WK^2

MAX. WK^2

SAFE STALL TIME

STARTS /HOUR

APPROX. MOTOR WGT

65 dBA

75 dBA

0.8 LB-FT^2

50 LB-FT^2

25 SEC.

2

190 LBS.

*** SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION ***

DE BRACKET ODE BRACKET TYPE TYPE STANDARD

STANDARD

MOUNT TYPE

ORIENTATION

SEVERE DUTY

HAZARDOUS LOCATION

DRIP COVER

SCREENS

PAINT

RIGID

HORIZONTAL

FALSE

NONE

FALSE

NONE

STANDARD

BEARINGS DE

OPE

BALL

BALL

307

206

GREASE

SHAFT TYPE

SPECIAL DE

SPECIAL ODE

SHAFT MATERIAL

FRAME MATERIAL

STANDARD

T

NONE

NONE

STANDARD

CAST IRON

THERMO-PROTECTORS THERMOSTATS

PROTECTORS

WDG RTDs

BRG RTDs

NONE

NOT

NONE

NONE

* N O T E S *

THERMISTORS

CONTROL

SPACE /n HEATERS

NONE

FALSE

NONE VOLTS

INVERTER TORQUE: NONE INV. HP SPEED RANGE: NONE ENCODER: NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE PPR BRAKE: NONE NONE - FT-LB

NONE NONE P/N NONE NONE NONE V

NONE Hz


ZP72KCE-TFD HFC, R-410A, Mid Point, 60 Hz, 3 - Phase, 460 V Air Conditioning Production Status: Available for sale to all U.S. customers. Please check with your local Emerson Climate Technologies representative for international availability.

Performance

Mechanical

Evap(°F)/Cond(°F) RG(°F)/Liq(°F)

45/130 65/115

45/100 65/85

Capacity (Btu/hr): Power (Watts): Current (Amps): EER (Btu/Wh): Mass Flow (lbs/hr):

72000 6750 9.7 10.7 1060.0

88500 4740 7.3 18.6 1090.0

Sound Power(dBA): Vibration (mils(peak-peak)): Record Date:

Number of Cylinders: Bore Size (in): Stroke (in):

0 0.0 0.0

Overall Length (in): 9.63 Overall Width (in): 9.82 Overall Height (in): 17.91

Displ (in^3/Rev): Displ (ft^3/hr):

4.096 497.7786

Mounting Length (in): 7.5 Mounting Width(in): 7.5 Mounting Height (in): 18.16*

Suction Size (in): 7/8 Stub Discharge Size (in): 1/2 Stub Initial Oil Charge (oz): 60 Oil Recharge (oz): 56 Net Weight (lbs): 88.0 Internal Free Volume (in^3): HorsePower * Overall compressor height on Copeland Brand Product's specified mounting grommets.

75 Ave 80 Max 2.0 Ave 3.0 Max 2006-11-29

Electrical LRA-High*: 75.0 MCC (Amps): 17.5 UL File No.: LRA-Half Winding: RPM: 3500 UL File Date: LRA-Low*: Max Operating Current: 15.0 CSA File No.: RLA(=MCC/1.4; use for contactor selection): 12.5 RLA (=MCC/1.56; use for breaker & wire size selection): 11.2 *Low and High refer to the low and high nominal voltage ranges for which the motor is approved.

Alternate Applications Refrigerant R-410A HFC

Terry, Parker. 5/12/2009

Frequency(Hz) 50

Phase

Voltage

Application

3

380/420

Air Conditioning

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SA-2337 26-Jul-1993 LR3104C


RATING CONDITIONS 20 °F Superheat 15 °F Subcooling 95 °F Ambient Air Over

AIR CONDITIONING

ZP72KCE-TFD HFC-410A COPELAND SCROLL® TFD 460-3-60

60 Hz Operation Condensing Temperature °F (Sat Dew Pt Pressure, psig) Evaporating Temperature °F (Sat Dew Pt Pressure, psig) 150 -10 (36) 0 (48) 10 (62) 20 (78) 30 (97) 40 (118) 45 (130) 50 (142) 55 (155) 54500 60000 66500 73000 (611) C 8650 8650 8650 8650 P 12 12 12.1 12.1 A 950 1040 1140 1240 M 6.3 6.9 7.7 8.4 E 63.6 65.4 66.9 68.3 % 49300 60000 66500 73000 80000 140 C 7600 7650 7650 7650 7650 P (540) 10.7 10.7 10.8 10.8 10.8 A 800 960 1050 1150 1250 M 6.5 7.9 8.7 9.5 10.5 E 63.5 67.1 68.5 69.7 70.7 % 43900 54000 65500 72000 79500 87000 130 C 6700 6750 6750 6750 6800 6800 (475) P 9.5 9.6 9.6 9.7 9.7 9.6 A 670 810 975 1060 1160 1270 M 6.6 8 9.7 10.7 11.7 12.8 E 63.2 66.9 69.8 70.9 71.6 72 % 38400 47700 58500 71000 78000 85500 93500 120 C 5850 5900 5950 6000 6000 6000 6050 (417) P 8.6 8.6 8.7 8.7 8.7 8.7 8.7 A 555 680 820 985 1070 1170 1280 M 6.6 8 9.8 11.8 13 14.2 15.5 E 62.4 66.5 69.6 71.6 72.1 72.2 71.7 % 33000 41400 51000 62500 75500 83000 91000 100000 110 C 5150 5200 5250 5300 5300 5350 5350 5350 (364) P 7.7 7.8 7.9 7.9 7.9 7.9 7.9 7.9 A 457 565 685 830 990 1080 1180 1290 M 6.4 8 9.8 11.8 14.3 15.6 17 18.6 E 61.1 65.6 69.1 71.4 72.2 71.9 71 69.5 % 27800 35500 44300 54500 66500 80500 88500 97000 106000 100 C 4490 4570 4620 4650 4680 4720 4740 4780 4820 (316) P 7.1 7.1 7.2 7.2 7.3 7.3 7.3 7.2 7.2 A 369 465 570 695 835 1000 1090 1190 1300 M 6.2 7.8 9.6 11.7 14.2 17.1 18.6 20.3 22 E 59 64.3 68.3 71 72 71.1 69.7 67.7 64.8 % 29900 37900 47100 58000 70500 85000 93500 102000 112000 90 C 3990 4050 4080 4110 4150 4200 4240 4280 4340 (273) P 6.5 6.5 6.6 6.6 6.7 6.6 6.6 6.6 6.5 A 377 471 575 700 840 1010 1100 1200 1310 M 7.5 9.4 11.5 14.1 17 20.3 22 23.9 25.8 E 62.3 67 70.2 71.7 71.1 67.9 65.2 61.6 57.1 % 32100 40200 49800 61000 74000 89500 98500 108000 118000 80 C 3530 3560 3590 3620 3670 3740 3790 3850 3930 (235) P 6 6 6 6.1 6.1 6 6 6 5.9 A 383 477 585 705 850 1020 1110 1210 1320 M 9.1 11.3 13.9 16.8 20.2 24 25.9 28 30 E 65.3 69.3 71.3 71.2 68.3 62.2 57.8 52.5 46.1 % C:Capacity(Btu/hr), P:Power(Watts), A:Current(Amps), M:Mass Flow(lbs/hr), E:EER(Btu/Watt-hr), %:Isentropic Efficiency(%)

Nominal Performance Values (±5%) based on 72 hours run-in. Subject to change without notice. Current @ 460 V © 2009 Emerson Climate Technologies, Inc.

2.2fAC60-05-764-TFD

Autogenerated Compressor Performance

Printed 05-764

05 / 12 / 2009


Tandem Compressor

ZPT144KCE-TFD

HFC, R-410A, Mid Point, 60 Hz, 3 - Phase, 460 V Air Conditioning Production Status: Available for sale to all U.S. customers. Please check with your local Emerson Climate Technologies representative for international availability.

Performance

Mechanical

Evap(°F)/Cond(°F) RG(°F)/Liq(°F)

45/130 65/115

45/100 65/85

Capacity (Btu/hr): Power (Watts): Current (Amps): EER (Btu/Wh): Mass Flow (lbs/hr):

141000 13600 19.5 10.4 2080.0

175000 9450 14.2 18.5 2160.0

Number of Cylinders: Bore Size (in): Stroke (in):

Overall Length (in): 24.62 Overall Width (in): 11.56 Overall Height (in): 17.865

Displ (in^3/Rev): Displ (ft^3/hr):

Mounting Length (in): 21.5 Mounting Width(in): 7.5 Mounting Height (in): 19.005*

2008-04-22

Electrical LRA-High*: MCC (Amps): UL File No.: LRA-Half Winding: RPM: UL File Date: LRA-Low*: Max Operating Current: RLA(=MCC/1.4; use for contactor selection): RLA (=MCC/1.56; use for breaker & wire size selection): *Low and High refer to the low and high nominal voltage ranges for which the motor is approved.

Alternate Applications Refrigerant R-410A HFC R-410A HFC R-410A HFC

Terry, Parker. 3/2/2010

Frequency(Hz) 60 50 50

8.192 995.5573

Suction Size (in): 1 1/8 Stub Discharge Size (in): 3/4 Stub Initial Oil Charge (oz): 112 Oil Recharge (oz): 104 Net Weight (lbs): 205.0 Internal Free Volume (in^3): HorsePower * Overall compressor height on Copeland Brand Product's specified mounting grommets.

Sound Power(dBA): 75 Ave 80 Max Vibration (mils(peak-peak)): 2.0 Ave 3.0 Max Record Date:

0 0.0 0.0

Phase

Voltage

Application

3 3 3

460 380/420 380/420

A/C, Half of Even Tandem Air Conditioning A/C, Half of Even Tandem

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RATING CONDITIONS 20 °F Superheat 15 °F Subcooling 95 °F Ambient Air Over

AIR CONDITIONING

ZPT144KCE-TFD HFC-410A COPELAND SCROLL® TFD 460-3-60

60 Hz Operation Condensing Temperature °F (Sat Dew Pt Pressure, psig) Evaporating Temperature °F (Sat Dew Pt Pressure, psig) 150 -10 (36) 0 (48) 10 (62) 20 (78) 30 (97) 40 (118) 45 (130) 50 (142) 55 (155) 104000 116000 129000 143000 (611) C 17500 17500 17500 17500 P 24.7 24.8 24.8 24.8 A 1820 2010 2220 2430 M 6 6.6 7.4 8.1 E 60.2 62.4 64.5 66.3 % 93500 116000 129000 143000 158000 140 C 15300 15400 15400 15400 15500 P (540) 21.7 21.9 21.9 21.9 21.9 A 1510 1860 2050 2250 2470 M 6.1 7.5 8.4 9.2 10.2 E 59.6 64.2 66.1 67.8 69.1 % 82000 103000 128000 141000 156000 172000 130 C 13400 13500 13600 13600 13600 13600 (475) P 19.2 19.4 19.5 19.5 19.5 19.5 A 1250 1550 1890 2080 2290 2510 M 6.1 7.6 9.4 10.4 11.4 12.6 E 58.6 63.6 67.5 69 70.1 70.9 % 70500 90000 112000 138000 153000 169000 186000 120 C 11800 11900 11900 12000 12000 12100 12100 (417) P 17 17.2 17.3 17.4 17.4 17.4 17.4 A 1020 1280 1580 1920 2110 2320 2540 M 6 7.6 9.4 11.5 12.7 14 15.4 E 57.1 62.6 66.9 69.9 70.8 71.2 71.1 % 59500 77000 97500 121000 149000 164000 181000 199000 C 110 10300 10400 10500 10500 10600 10600 10700 10700 (364) P 15.2 15.4 15.5 15.6 15.7 15.7 15.7 15.6 A 820 1050 1310 1600 1950 2140 2340 2570 M 5.8 7.4 9.3 11.5 14 15.4 16.9 18.5 E 55 61.1 65.9 69.3 71 71 70.5 69.3 % 48500 64500 83000 104000 129000 158000 175000 193000 212000 100 C 8950 9100 9200 9250 9300 9400 9450 9500 9600 (316) P 13.7 13.8 13.9 14.1 14.1 14.2 14.1 14.1 14 A 645 845 1070 1330 1630 1970 2160 2370 2590 M 5.4 7.1 9 11.3 13.9 16.9 18.5 20.2 22.1 E 51.9 58.9 64.4 68.3 70.5 70.4 69.4 67.6 65 % 53000 69500 88500 111000 137000 168000 185000 204000 224000 90 C 7900 8000 8100 8150 8200 8300 8400 8500 8600 (273) P 12.4 12.5 12.6 12.7 12.8 12.8 12.7 12.7 12.5 A 670 865 1090 1350 1640 1990 2180 2390 2620 M 6.7 8.7 11 13.7 16.7 20.2 22.1 24 26.1 E 55.8 62.3 67 69.7 70.1 67.7 65.3 61.9 57.6 % 57500 74500 94500 118000 145000 178000 196000 216000 237000 C 80 6950 7000 7050 7150 7250 7400 7500 7600 7750 (235) P 11.3 11.3 11.4 11.5 11.5 11.5 11.4 11.3 11.1 A 685 880 1100 1360 1660 2010 2210 2420 2640 M 8.3 10.6 13.4 16.5 20.1 24.1 26.2 28.3 30.5 E 59.4 65.1 68.7 69.8 67.9 62.5 58.3 53 46.7 % C:Capacity(Btu/hr), P:Power(Watts), A:Current(Amps), M:Mass Flow(lbs/hr), E:EER(Btu/Watt-hr), %:Isentropic Efficiency(%)

Nominal Performance Values (±5%) based on 72 hours run-in. Subject to change without notice. Current @ 460 V © 2010 Emerson Climate Technologies, Inc.

2.2fAC60-07-943-TFD

Autogenerated Compressor Performance

Printed 07-943

03 / 02 / 2010


Line Code DB L1 L2 L3 GRD L1 Neutral

Line Color Distribution Block Black Red Blue Green Black White

Volts 600 460 460 460

Item Code MCB-1 MCB-2 MCB-3 MCB-4 MCB-5 MCB-6 MCB-7 MCB-8 MCB-9 F-1 F-2 F-3 F-4 F-5 F-6 MR-1 MR-2 C-1 C-2 C-3 Motors Item Code M-1 M-2 M-3 M-4 M-5 Speed Controls Item Code SC-1 SC-2 SC-3 SC-4 R-1 R-2 R-3 R-4 R-5 R-6 Compressors Item Code Compressor 1&2 Compressor 3

Description Disconnect Switch Circuit Breaker Circuit Breaker Circuit Breaker Circuit Breaker Circuit Breaker Circuit Breaker Circuit Breaker Circuit Breaker Fuse Fuse Fuse Fuse Fuse Fuse Manual Reset Manual Reset Compressor Contactor Compressor Contactor Compressor Contactor

Volts 460 460 460 460 460 460 460 460 460 24 460 460 460 460 460 110 110 460 460 460

TR-1 TR-2

Transformer 200va 24v Out Transformer 100va 110v Out

Amps 175

Poles

Item Supplier / Part Number Graiger 3XH62

Amps 100 15 15 15 15 15 5 5 5 10 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.25 0.25 0.5 0.5 40 40 40

Poles 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 3 3

Item Supplier / Part Number Grainger 1H359

110 110

Description 7.5 HP 1750 RPM 7.5 HP 1750 RPM 3 HP 3480 RPM 1/2 HP 1750 RPM 6Z074

Volts 460 460 460 460 110

Poles 3 3 3 3 1

Item Supplier / Part Number Marathon E2116 Marathon E2116

Description 7.5 HP/ 5.5kw 7.5 HP/ 5.5kw 3 HP/ 2.2kw 1 HP / 0.7kw Relay Relay Relay Phase Monitor Relay Relay

Volts Amps Poles 460 14.3 3 460 14.3 3 460 5.5 3 460 2.3 3 110 10 2 110 10 2 110 10 2 208-230/460 3 110 10 2 110 10 2

Item Supplier / Part Number Toshiba VFS114-4055PL-WN Toshiba VFS114-4055PL-WN Toshiba VFS114-4022PL-WN Toshiba VFS114-4007PL-WN DPDT Relay Rated 10 Amps DPDT Relay Rated 10 Amps DPDT Relay Rated 10 Amps

Description ZPT144KCE-TFD ZP72KCE-TFD

Volts 460 460

Item Supplier / Part Number Copeland ZPT144KCE-TFD Copeland ZP72KCE-TFD

460 460

Amps 10.8 10.8 3.7 0.9 0.3

Amps Poles 24.8 3 12.1 3

DPDT Relay Rated 10 Amps DPDT Relay Rated 10 Amps

Grainger 1YUR1 Grainger 1YUR2


SEQUENCE OF OPERATION –4000 DES/DX Version 4 3/9/2011 GENERAL: The unit is a return air unit designed to condition and dehumidify the return air being introduced into a warehouse or storage building. The unit is intended to operate year around to provide humidity control of the return air. The unit has the capability to also process up to 20% outdoor air to provide additional ventilation. The unit is configured with an emergency ventilation mode that will provide 100% outdoor air and use the return air for condenser fan operation when a high carbon monoxide (CO) level occurs in the storage space. The unit can also operate in an unoccupied dehumidification mode which will not introduce outdoor air for ventilation. The unit will be controlled by an Automated Logic controller system connected to BACNet network. BAS Signal Inputs: The unit will be capable of receiving the following signals from the Building Management System (BMS) controller. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Enable Command High CO Level Ventilation Command Operating Mode Off/Dehumidification/Heating Building Temperature Building Humidity Emergency Shut Down Signal for Smoke or Firestat Occupied/Unoccupied Signal Manual Stop Signal

BAS Signal Outputs: The unit will be capable of sending the following signals to the Building Automation System (BAS) controller. 1. Unit discharge temperature 2. Unit discharge humidity 3. On/Off status for fans/wheels/compressor 4. Alarm for VFD’s 5. Alarm for high compressor(s) amps 6. Alarm for high/low refrigerant pressure 7. Alarm for high filter pressure drop 8. Freeze Stat Alarm condition 9. All Control Inputs (1-25)


Unit (4000DES/DX) Control Inputs/Alarm/Data Recording. 1. Outdoor Temperature 2. Return Air Temperature 3. Evaporator Coil(s) Discharge Temperature 4. Condenser Coil(s) Discharge Temperature 5. Desiccant Wheel Discharge Temperature 6. Hot Water Coil Discharge Temperature 7. Freeze Stat Temperature or Status Using Hot Water Coil Discharge Temperature 8. Outdoor Humidity 9. Return Air Humidity 10. Desiccant Wheel Discharge Humidity 11. Desiccant Wheel Process delta Pressure 12. Desiccant Wheel Regeneration delta Pressure 13. Return Air Filter delta Pressure 14. Regeneration Air Filter delta Pressure 15. Outdoor Air Filter delta Pressure 16. Refrigeration circuit(s) low/high pressure 17. Compressor(s) Amps 18. Process Fan Status 19. Regen Fan Status 20. Desiccant Wheel Status 21. Unit Enable/Disable/Emergency Stop 22. Outdoor Air Damper(s) Position 23. Return Air Damper(s) Position 24. Exhaust Damper Position 25. Condensate Level Unit (4000DES/DX) Control Outputs 1. Outdoor Air Inlet Damper(s) Position 2. Regeneration Exhaust Damper Position 3. Return Air Damper(s) Position 4. Desiccant Wheel VFD Control (Speed) 5. Process Fan VFD Control (Speed) 6. Regen Fan VFD Control (Speed) 7. Disch Air Hot Water Valve Control 8. Process Fan Start/Stop 9. Regen Fan Start/Stop 10. Compressor(s) Start/Stop 11. Desiccant Wheel Start/Stop Available Operating Modes 1. Dehumidification, occupied mode 2. Dehumidification, unoccupied mode 3. High Carbon Monoxide (CO) mode


4000 DES/DX Unit Description The unit consists of two refrigeration loops with compressors, condensers, TXV valves and evaporator coils and a desiccant wheel which is regenerated with the condenser heat from the larger refrigeration circuit. The condensing temperature and compressor amps are monitored and airflow through the condenser is controlled by a variable frequency drive directly coupled to the condenser fan impeller. The condensing air leaving temperature is controlled in the range of 115 ºF to 125 ºF by the temperature controller as required for regeneration of the desiccant wheel. During startup, the compressor amps are monitored and not allowed to exceed a maximum amp level to protect the compressor. Should amperage exceed the maximum amps, the regeneration fan will increase to maximum flow until condenser leaving air temperature is below setpoint and compressor amps are below the setpoint amp level. In occupied mode, up to 20 % fresh outdoor air is mixed with return air after passing through filters. The damper position of the outdoor air will control the amount of outdoor air provided and will have to be setup during startup balancing. The mixed air then passes through the process fan and the emergency and main evaporator coils. It then passes through the desiccant wheel and the hot water coil before being discharged to the conditioned space. Outdoor air is supplied to the regeneration side of the unit to remove heat from the condenser. A control loop is provided that will allow the return air damper to control building static pressure. The static pressure signal is provided through BMS system, as it is impossible to control building static by sensors inside the unit due to filter, wheel and coil pressure drop effects. If building static is measurement is not available, then an additional pressure sensor will have to mounted remotely for each unit. The unoccupied mode is the same as the occupied mode except that the outdoor air damper is closed and the return air damper connected to the regeneration stream is closed. The Emergency Carbon Monoxide mode closes the return air damper on the process side and opens the outdoor air damper 100%. The outdoor air damper on the regeneration side of the unit closes and the emergency return air damper opens 100% to provide ventilation of the space. The emergency cooling circuit will energize to provide additional cooling. If evaporator coil leaving temperature going to the desiccant wheel drops below 40 °F, the emergency refrigeration circuit will cut off to prevent coil freeze up and will not come back on until Emergency Carbon Monoxide mode is reset. If necessary, the regeneration outdoor air damper may modulate open to control compressor amps for the emergency circuit. The following page contains a summary of the sequence for each mode of operation.


Enable, Occupied Command 1. Unit will energize and 2. Process Return Air Damper opens and Process Outdoor Air Damper opens to preset position (set during startup balancing). 3. Regeneration Outdoor Air Damper and Exhaust Damper open. Regeneration Return Air Damper may modulate to provide relief air from space. Maintain close to neutral space pressure by utilizing pressure controller. (Pressure input from BAS?) 4. Unit will energize process fan. 5. Unit will energize regeneration exhaust fan. 6. Desiccant wheel will start up. 7. Compressor(s) will start up. 8. Temperature controller will start controlling condenser air leaving temperature by controlling regeneration fan speed. 9. Post heating will function as necessary to control leaving air temperature. 10. When required, regeneration return air damper will modulate to control building pressure based on signal for building static pressure sensor signal (provided by others) from BMS. If building static is measurement is not available, then an additional pressure sensor will have to mounted remotely for each dehumidification unit. Enable, Unoccupied Command 1. Unit will energize and 2. Process Return Air Damper opens and Process Outdoor Air Damper closes. 3. Regeneration Outdoor Air Damper and Exhaust Damper open. Regeneration Return Air Damper goes to 100% closed position 4. Unit will energize process fan. 5. Unit will energize regeneration exhaust fan. 6. Desiccant wheel will start up. 7. Compressor(s) will start up. 8. Temperature controller will start controlling condenser air leaving temperature by controlling regeneration fan speed. 9. Post heating will function as necessary to control leaving air temperature. Enable, Carbon Monoxide (CO) Emergency Mode 1. Unit will receive emergency CO signal from BMS system. 2. Unit will energize and 3. Process Return Air Damper closes and Process Outdoor Air Damper opens. 4. Regeneration Outdoor Air Damper closes and Exhaust Damper opens. Regeneration Return Air Damper goes to 100% open position 5. Unit energizes process fan. 6. Unit energizes regeneration exhaust fan. 7. Desiccant wheel will start up. 8. Compressors will start up. 9. Temperature controller will start controlling condenser air leaving temperature at a by controlling regeneration fan speed. 10. Amp sensors on both compressors will monitor amperage level and increase regeneration air flow as necessary to prevent high amp kickout or high refrigerant pressure kickout. 11. Post heating will function as necessary to control leaving air temperature.


12. Emergency compressor amps will modulate regeneration outdoor air damper open if airflow is inadequate to maintain emergency compressor amps below maximum safe operating level.


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Point Description OA Temp Return Air Temperature Coil 1 Discharge Air Temp (Evaporator Cir 1) Coil 2 Discharge Air Temp (Condenser Cir. 2) Coil 3 Discharge Air Temp (Evaporator Cir 2) Dessicant Wheel Discharge Temp Hot Water Coil/FreezeStat Discharge Temperature. spare OA Humidity Return Air Humidity Dessicant Wheel Discharge Humidity Emergency Return Damper Endswitch Regen Exhaust Damper Status Regen Outdoor Air Damper Endpoint Status Return Air Damper Endpoint Status Outdoor Air Damper Endpoint Status Process Fan Static Diff Pressure across DW Regen Fan Diff Pressure across DW Outdoor/Return Air Filter Diff Pressure Regen Air Filter Diff Pressure Condensate Pan High Level Refrigerant Low/High Pressure Cir. 1 Refrigerant Low/High Pressure Cir. 2 Compressor Amp Draw Cir. 1 Compressor Amp Draw Cir. 2 Building Static Pressure Signal (by others) Process Fan Status spare Regen Fan Status spare spare Unit Enable/Disable x x

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Running Data Process VFD Regen VFD Compressor Circuit 1

Hertz 43.7 51.7

8.6 30.4 @ 480 volts 62.2 F 42.3% RH 64.4 F 39.8 F Dew Point 84.5 F 34.6% RH

Amps 5.8 6.4 15.4

Full Load Amps 9.8 9.8 Hi Side 375 PSIG, 115 F Lo Side 125 PSIG, 50.7F Hi Side 355 PSIG, 111 F Lo Side 137 PSIG, 70.2F

Controller Display/No. Item/Parameter Name Content Process VFD SC-1 Cn0d Command Mode Selection 1= Op. Panel 2= Terminal Board Process VFD SC-1 Fn0d Frequency Setting Mode 0= Face Panel Potentiometer 1= VIA Process VFD SC-1 ACC Accleration Time, Seconds Process VFD SC-1 dEC Decleration Time, Seconds Process VFD SC-1 FH Maximum Frequency Process VFD SC-1 UL Upper Limit Frequency Process VFD SC-1 LL Lower Limit Frequency Process VFD SC-1 Pt Voltage/Frequency Control Mode Selection 1= Variable Torque Fans Process VFD SC-1 F202 VIA Input Point 1 Frequency Process VFD SC-1 F204 VIA Input Point 2 Frequency Process Fan is ANPA 20 with 7.5 HP 1750 rpm motor designed to run at 1921 rpm, 5000 scfm, 5.1 "H2O 66 hz Regen VFD SC-2 Cn0d Command Mode Selection 1= Op. Panel 2= Terminal Board Regen VFD SC-2 Fn0d Frequency Setting Mode 0= Face Panel Potentiometer 1= VIA Regen VFD SC-2 ACC Accleration Time, Seconds Regen VFD SC-2 dEC Decleration Time, Seconds Regen VFD SC-2 FH Maximum Frequency Regen VFD SC-2 UL Upper Limit Frequency Regen VFD SC-2 LL Lower Limit Frequency Regen VFD SC-2 Pt Voltage/Frequency Control Mode Selection 1= Variable Torque Fans Regen VFD SC-2 F202 VIA Input Point 1 Frequency Regen VFD SC-2 F204 VIA Input Point 2 Frequency Regen Fan is ANPA 20 with 7.5 HP 1750 rpm motor designed to run at 1931 rpm, 4.61 "H2O, 6050 scfm, 66.2 hz

Actual Flow Regen 8387 CFM, 1.06 " W.C. Proc 5000 CFM 0.63 " W.C.

Design Flow 5000 SCFM, 5.1"H2O 6050 SCFM, 4.61"H2O

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NOVELAIRE TECHNOLOGIES

PHONE NUMBER: (225) 924-0427 FAX NUMBER: (225) 330-6671

10123 MAMMOTH AVE BATON ROUGE, LA. 70814

NOVELAIRE TECHNOLOGIES


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NOVELAIRE TECHNOLOGIES 10132 Mammoth Avenue Baton Rouge, LA 70814-4420 (225) 924 0427 (225) 930 0340 fax Limited Warranty NovelAire Technologies LLC (“NTL”) warrants to the original buyer of its DES/DX desiccant based equipment (“Product”), subject to the conditions and exclusions set forth below, that the Product will be free from defects in material and workmanship. NTL makes this Limited Warranty for a period of twenty four (24) months from the date of factory documented startup with respect to the Product, other than the desiccant wheel, energy wheel, compressor and heat exchange core as to which NTL makes this Limited Warranty for a period of five (5) years from the date of shipment to the original buyer, other than the desiccant and energy wheel cassette belts, seals and motors, as to which NTL makes this Limited Warranty for a period of twenty four (24) months from the date of factory documented startup. In addition, NTL makes this Limited Warranty for a period of ten (10) years from the date of original shipment to the original buyer with respect to the heat exchange coils. NTL’s sole obligation under this Limited Warranty is to repair or replace, at its option, free of charge to the customer (except as provided below), FOB factory, any Product or associated parts determined by NTL (in its sole discretion) to be defective. NTL’s Limited Warranty does not cover defects, reduced performance or failure caused, directly or indirectly, by improper installation, abuse, misuse, misapplication, improper maintenance, lack of maintenance, negligence, accident, or normal deterioration, including wear and tear. This Limited Warranty shall not apply to failures, defects, or reduced performance resulting, directly or indirectly, from use for any purpose other than desiccant dehumidification or from exposure to corrosive gases or liquids. This Limited Warranty does not include costs for transportation (including, without limitation, freight and return freight charges, costs and insurance), costs for removal or re-installation of parts or equipment, premiums for overtime, or labor for performing repairs or replacement made in the field. NTL is not responsible for damages occurring during transport of any product to or from NTL. THE OBLIGATION AND LIABILITY OF NTL UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY DOES NOT INCLUDE LOSSES, DIRECT OR INDIRECT, FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS PROVIDED EXCLUSIVELY TO THE ORIGINAL BUYER OF PRODUCTS AND MAY NOT BE ASSIGNED OR OTHER WISE TRANSFERRED. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES WHICH EXTEND BEYOND THE DESCRIPTION ON THE FACE HEREOF.


The information contained in this manual is believed to be accurate by NovelAire Technologies, but is not warranted. Revision 4/5/2011

NovelAire Technologies HEAT & MASS TRANSFER PRODUCTS 10132 Mammoth Drive Baton Rouge, LA 70814-4420 Phone: (800) 762-1320 or (225) 924-0427 Fax: (225) 930-0340 Website: www.novelaire.com E-mail: tparker@novelaire.com

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MANUAL DESHUMIDIFICADOR CAP. 4000 CFM MARCA NOVELAIRE MOD. 4000 DESDX ERV  

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