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Air-Cooled

Screw Chiller
Air Conditioning System

R134a
75 to 350 RT

Introduction
General Description

LS air-cooled water chillers are complete, self-contained automatic refrigerating units that include the latest in
engineering components arranged to provide a compact and efficient unit. Each unit is completely assembled;
factory wired, evacuated, charged, tested and comes complete and ready for installation. Each unit consists of
multiple air-cooled condensers with integral sub-cooler sections, one or more accessible semi-hermetic doublescrew compressors, star-delta starters, flooded type shell-and-tube evaporator, and complete refrigerant piping.
Liquid line components included are manual liquid line shutoff valves, charging valves, filter-driers, liquid line
solenoid valves, sight glass/moisture indicators, and electronic expansion valves.

Nomenclature

S A X X X C S A H- 3 Y F
Evaporator type : F-flooded
Start mode : Y-
Power : 3-380V 50Hz, 4-415V 50Hz, 5-440V 50Hz, 6 -380V 60Hz
H-high ambient, S-standard ambient
Refrigerant : A-R134a
Modules : S-single, D-double, T-triple
Chiller type : C-cooled water chiller
Capacity (RT)
Cooling mode : Air cooled
Compressor type : Semi-hermetic screw

Inspection
When the equipment is received, all items should be carefully checked against the bill of lading to ensure a
complete shipment. All units should be carefully inspected for damage upon arrival. The units serial plate should
be checked before unloading the unit to be sure that it agrees with the power supply available. Physical damage to
unit after acceptance is not the responsibility of LS Company.

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Specifications
System Flow Chart

Note: This is the flow chart of single refrigerant circuit type of air-cooled screw liquid chiller.
For multi refrigerant circuit chillers each compressor has its own separate circuit as above.

Compressor

and windage losses. The nodular cast iron compressor casing


encloses compressor, electric motor and oil separator in a
single accessible housing ensuring the minimum levels of noise
breakout and vibration. This rugged structure ensures stable and
reliable operation in ambient temperatures ranging from -15 to
+55c.

Cooler
Type: The semi-hermetic twin screw compressor used in
Model SA liquid chillers has the advantage of hermetically
sealing the refrigerant and lubricating oil inside the compressor
while allowing technicians access to service and repair internal
moving parts.
Capacity Control: Is achieved using a slide valve which
automatically modulates compressor capacity in 4 steps 25%,
50%, 75% and 100% with equivalent reductions in energy
consumption.
Compressor Starting: The compressor starts fully unloaded
using the star-delta (Y/) method to minimize starting current
inrush.
Compressor Characteristics: Using the optimum screw
rotor profile and precision machining of all components
achieves minimum operating clearances to ensure the highest
volumetric and compression efficiency and minimum friction

All SA liquid chillers are fitted with a single cooler of the


Flooded shell and tube type having refrigerant in the shell
and chilled water inside the tubes. The shell is of welded alloy
steel construction with steel tube sheets and copper heat
exchange tubes. Removable steel water boxes at both ends
of the cooler allow tube cleaning without disturbing the
refrigerant circuit. Tubes are mechanically expanded into tube
sheets with double grooves to ensure leak tight and trouble
free operation. Multiple compressor/ circuit chillers have
coolers with separate refrigeration circuits for each compressor.
Each refrigeration circuit is provided with its own double safety
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Specifications (Continued)
pressure relief valve. All chillers are fitted with drain valves on
the removable heads and shell. All coolers are factory insulated
with 25mm of closed cell expanded synthetic rubber with all
joints vapor sealed. Coolers are designed in accordance with
ASME guidelines and are rated according to the following
pressures.
REFRIGERANT SIDE

WATER SIDE

Kg/Sq. cm

Lbs/Sq. cm

Kg/Sq. Inch

Lbs/Sq. Inch

DESIGN PRESSURE

16

230

10.5

145

TEST PRESSURE

18

260

12.5

180

High efficiency heat transfer


tubes are used in Model SA
coolers having the external
(refrigerant side) sur face
expanded with saw tooth
type fins. The inside surface
has helical grooves to induce a swirling motion in the chilled
water which improves heat transfer efficiency.

Air Cooled Condenser


Condenser coils are constructed from copper tubes with spiral
grooves on their inside surface to maximize heat transfer
efficiency. Aluminum condenser fins have a corrosion resistant
and hydrophilic coating to minimize dust and moisture
accumulation and ensure a long working life. The fins have
rippled and louvered surfaces to improve heat dissipation
efficiency. Each condenser section comprises 4 coils in a
reversed M arrangement which
ensures that at least 3 coils are
always shaded from direct solar
r a d i a t i o n a n d c a n t h e re f o re
operate satisfactorily in ambient
temperature up to 52C (125F).
Condenser fans are axial type using high strength pressed and
formed aluminum alloy fan blades mechanically attached to
rustless steel fan hubs. Fan motors are waterproof rated to IP-54
with class F insulation suitable for operation in temperatures
from -20c to 65c (-4F to 150F).

Electronic Expansion Valve


This is a standard feature on each refrigeration circuit on all
Model SA liquid chillers, Electronic expansion valves ensure
stable operation throughout their operating range and precisely

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control the refrigerant flow


through the cooler. The very
low pressure losses associated
with electronic expansion
valves ensures that full
operating cost savings can be
achieved during cooler seasons
when ambient temperatures
and condensing pressures are reduced.

Economizer
This is a standard feature of all Model SA liquid
chillers. Economizers improve the efficiency of
the compressor and refrigeration system and
increase the capacity of the chiller.

Control Center
All SA liquid chillers are
equipped with a factory
fitted and wired control
center mounted on one
end of the chiller unit.
The high voltage section
incorporates compressor
and fan contractors and
safety controls and is protected by a door interlocked isolator.
The low voltage control section is accessed by a separate
lockable door and houses the microprocessor controller and
LED screen displaying operating and historical date.
For high ambient units a double panel (panel within a panel)
arrangement is used with thermostatically controlled fans to
ventilate the inter-panel
space and prevent sunbaking in tropical areas
causing excessively high
temperatures inside the
panel.

Factory Options
Remote Monitoring System

ESD(Energy Saving Drive)

A remote monitoring system is available as an accessory for field


installation.

Reduce Energy Use


The energy saving drive (ESD) technology revolutionized the
performance of air cooled chillers.
ESD is a complete and high-quality device with a variable
frequency drive inside. By modulating the frequency of the input
power, it can always match chiller capacity to the building load
and significantly lower energy consumption. And if an ESD is
installed in the constant-speed chiller, almost 20% of the energy
will be saved.

Vibration Isolators

1.3
1.1

KW/ton

A feature of all Model SA chillers is their very low levels of noise


and vibration. For most outdoor installations where chillers
are positioned directly on a ground level concrete slab chillers
can be quite satisfactorily mounted on the neoprene isolation
pads that are supplied with the unit. For installation on building
roofs or in sensitive noise areas (hospitals, studios and some
residential areas) pre selected spring type isolators are available
as a factory option shipped loose for field installation.

High Static Condenser Fans


These are available for certain models to provide increased
airflow over condenser coils and increased cooling capacity or
increased static pressure in installations where exhaust air has to
be ducted away from the chiller. Specific performance data and
costs can be provided for this option on application to LS Air
Conditioning Co.

Anti- Freeze Heaters


For installations where ambient temperatures can fall to 0c or
below, factory installed and thermostatically controlled heater
mats are available as an accessory to prevent freezing of water
inside the cooler, tubes and waterboxes.

Optimisation Main / Auxiliary Unit


For multi chiller installations an optional Master Controller can
be factory fitted to one of the chillers. This Master Controller
will sequence up to four additional Slave chillers to optimize
chiller running hours and energy consumption.

0.9
0.7
ESD
Non-ESD

0.5
0.3
100

75

50
Load (%)

25

This graph shows typical energy savings when an ESD is installed


on a constant speed chiller.
Reduce electrical demand charges
Along with lowering energy consumption, an ESD delivers other
cost saving benefits, like the possible elimination of electrical
demand charges. Electrical demand charges may be reduced
because the motor will always start at low frequencies and
maintain inrush current at or below full load amps. And the
electronics and circuitry can be designed for Minimum Current
Amps which reduces the size and cost of chiller wiring.
Reduce Motor Stress
Another important benefit of an ESD installation is that it reduces
stress on your chillers motor. Unlike conventional motor starters,
an ESD avoids the sudden current surges that shock motors and
drives during start-up. Starting the compressor slowly and then
bringing it up to speed gradually reduces equipment stress.

Multi-compressor Option
Models SA125 and SA150 are also available with 2-compressor
and refrigeration circuits.

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Physical Data - High Ambient Models


MODEL SA

75

100

125

150

170

210

225

250

270

300

325

350

Nominal cooling capacity(kW)

263

344.7

443.3

519.6

608

689

788

886.6

924.3

1033.7

1132.3

1242.6

Power supply

3PH 380/220V 50Hz

Nominal total power(kW)

115.6

150.1

193.5

226.1

274.2

302.1

343.6

387

427.4

452.1

495.6

542.6

Normal running current(A)

233.9

286.1

367.2

430.3

521.8

572.2

653.3

734.4

762.6

858.3

939.4

1017.2

High/low pressure protection, water flow failier protection, low water temperature protection,
motor overload, phase-failure and phase sequence protection.

Safety protection
Type

Rotary Screw Compressor

Quantity

Motor Kw

108.4

139.3

179.1

208.1

252.6

280.5

318.4

358.2

398.6

419.7

459.6

506.6

Oil charge liters

20

23

28

28

23/23

23/23

23/28

28/28

28/28

28/28/28

28/28/28

28/28/28

Compressor

Fan motor type

Air cooled
condenser

Chilled
water
cooler

Axial

Quantity of fan motor

10

6/6

6/6

6/8

8/8

8/8

6/6/6

6/6/8

6/6/8

Motor Kw (each)

1.8

1.8

1.8

1.8

1.8

1.8

1.8

1.8

1.8

1.8

1.8

1.8

Fan RPM

960

960

960

960

960

960

960

960

960

960

960

960

Heat exchanger type

High Efficiency Copper Tube with Aluminum Fins

Type

Shell and tube high efficiency heat exchanger

Water side working


pressure(Kg/Sq cm)

14

Nominal flow(m/h)

46

59.1

76

89.1

104.2

118.1

135.1

152

158.4

177.2

194.1

213

Water resistance(kPa)

50

50

55

55

55

60

58

60

60

65

65

65

Water pipe diameter(DN)

100

100

125

125

150

150

150

150

150

200

200

200

Type
Refrigerant

Outline
dimension

R134a

Charge / Circuit (kg)

165

220

275

330

185/185

210/210

210/230

250/250

275/275

210/210/210

210/210/230

210/210/250

No. of Circuits

length(mm)

3150

3950

4950

6000

7050

7050

8550

9550

9550

10650

11650

11650

width(mm)

2200

height(mm)

2400

Net weight of unit(kg)

3464

4159

4557

5380

6253

7462

7615

7868

8340

9118

9726

10018

Operating weight of unit(kg)

3727

4519

4964

5835

6711

8010

8172

8444

9021

9839

10495

10810

Noise dB(A)

74

74

74

78

78

78

78

79

79

80

80

80

Note: 1. The nominal cooling capacities (stated above) are at chilled water temperatures of 12/7c and ambient of 46c.
2. Fouling Factor of evaporator is 0.086 m2.k/kW.
3. Specification may be changed without further notification.
4. The unit conforms to standard ARI 550/590-98.

5. The cooling capacity and power supply is measured with the economizer at the nominal operating conditions defined in Note 1 above.

6. Noise dB : Sound pressure level at 10 meters.

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Physical Data - Standard Ambient Models


MODEL SA

75

100

125

150

170

210

225

250

270

300

325

350

Nominal cooling capacity(kW)

263.2

351.9

462.7

535.1

591.2

703.8

814.6

861.9

925.4

1055.7

1137

1197.5

Power supply

3PH 380/220V 50Hz

Nominal total power(kW)

82.9

110.4

145.1

167.9

186.8

220.8

255.5

270.8

290.2

331.2

356.9

389.6

Normal running current(A)

150.8

204

262.4

307.3

353.2

408

466.4

495.4

524.8

612

670.4

708.4

High/low pressure protection, water flow failier protection, low water temperature protection,
motor overload, phase-failure and phase sequence protection.

Safety protection
Type

Rotary Screw Compressor

Quantity

Motor Kw

76.5

100.8

132.3

151.9

167.6

201.6

233.1

245.2

264.6

302.4

324.9

357.6

Oil charge liters

15

23

23

28

18/18

23/23

23/23

23/23

28/28

23/23/23

23/23/23

23/23/28

Compressor

Fan motor type

Air cooled
condenser

Chilled
water
cooler

Axial

Quantity of fan
motor

10

6/6

6/6

6/8

8/8

8/8

6/6/6

6/6/8

6/6/8

Motor Kw (each)

1.6

1.6

1.6

1.6

1.6

1.6

1.6

1.6

1.6

1.6

1.6

1.6

Fan RPM

960

960

960

960

960

960

960

960

960

960

960

960

Heat exchanger type

High Efficiency Copper Tube with Aluminum Fins

Type

Shell and tube high efficiency heat exchanger

Water side working


pressure(Kg/Sq cm)

14

Nominal flow(m/h)

45.1

61.2

79.3

91.7

104.2

122.4

139.6

147.7

158.6

180.9

199.9

212.7

Water
resistance(kPa)

50

50

55

55

58

58

58

60

60

65

65

65

Water pipe diameter(DN)

100

100

125

125

150

150

150

150

150

200

200

200

Type
Refrigerant

Outline
dimension

R134a

Charge / Circuit (kg)

130

215

250

300

175/175

185/185

210/230

250/250

275/275

210/210/210

210/210/230

210/210/250

No. of Circuits

length(mm)

3150

3950

4950

6000

7050

7050

8550

9550

9550

10650

11650

11650

width(mm)

2200

height(mm)

2400

Net weight of unit(kg)

3424

4219

4476

5355

6173

7402

7504

7706

7889

9058

9585

10018

Operating weight of unit(kg)

3687

4489

4883

5810

6631

7950

8061

8282

8570

9779

10354

10665

Noise dB(A)

74

74

74

78

78

78

78

79

79

80

80

80

Note: 1. The nominal cooling capacities (stated above) are at chilled water temperatures of 12/7c and ambient of 35c.
2. Fouling Factor of evaporator is 0.086 m2.k/kW.
3. Specification may be changed without further notification.
4. The unit conforms to standard ARI 550/590-98.

5. The cooling capacity and power supply is measured with the economizer at the nominal operating conditions defined in Note 1 above.

6. Noise dB : Sound pressure level at 10 meters.

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Ratings - High Ambient Models

MODEL

SA075

SA100

SA125

SA150

SA170

SA210

Condenser Air Entering Temperature C

Leaving
Chilled
Liquid

25

30

35

40

46

cool
KW

Power
KW

cool
KW

Power
KW

cool
KW

Power
KW

cool
KW

Power
KW

cool
KW

Power
KW

cool
KW

Power
KW

299

69

297

74

272

78

262

83

252

107

232

112

319

72

308

77

290

81

280

86

263

116

250

116

10

339

76

332

80

320

85

309

90

289

117

278

121

12

348

78

334

83

328

88

317

93

306

120

295

125

15

357

80

344

86

335

92

322

96

311

125

309

130

392

93

385

99

375

105

362

111

332

137

309

143

409

97

392

109

380

119

367

145

345

150

332

148

10

421

102

403

112

391

125

376

150

353

152

349

156

12

439

105

420

115

406

138

388

153

376

154

382

161

15

450

109

439

120

423

142

398

156

388

161

393

167

496

111

475

119

451

126

435

372

422

162

393

168

529

116

507

124

481

131

465

398

443

194

423

175

10

578

122

557

129

531

138

513

440

491

206

470

183

12

612

126

590

134

561

142

543

465

519

212

499

190

15

661

131

636

139

606

148

586

502

560

219

539

197

622

152

596

162

566

172

545

182

492

214

458

199

662

158

636

168

603

178

582

188

520

226

492

206

10

725

166

698

177

664

188

642

198

582

233

547

217

12

767

172

739

183

702

194

680

205

616

240

581

224

15

827

178

797

189

759

202

733

213

665

249

627

233

689

185

660

197

662

208

604

206

579

264

539

275

704

192

675

204

645

216

626

213

608

274

579

285

10

724

202

694

214

677

227

642

224

626

287

644

300

12

750

208

719

221

692

235

684

231

645

297

684

310

15

788

216

733

229

728

245

704

241

663

310

738

322

758

202

790

215

710

228

692

239

666

296

614

309

778

210

743

223

730

237

702

248

689

307

667

320

10

801

221

776

235

741

249

721

260

709

323

701

336

12

817

228

799

243

782

258

751

269

735

334

727

348

15

997

237

956

252

907

268

773

280

842

346

840

362

Note: 1. High ambient models are suitable for operation in ambient temperatures up to 52c (125F)

2. Fouling factor of evaporator is 0.086 m2.k/kW.

3. Specification may be changed without further notification

4. The unit conforms to standard ARI 550/590-98.

5. The cooling capacity and power supply is measured with the economizer.

6. Power consumption values include compressors and fans.

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Ratings - High Ambient Models (Continued)

MODEL

SA225

SA250

SA270

SA300

SA325

SA350

Condenser Air Entering Temperature C

Leaving
Chilled
Liquid

25

30

35

40

46

50

cool
KW

Power
KW

cool
KW

Power
KW

cool
KW

Power
KW

cool
KW

Power
KW

cool
KW

Power
KW

cool
KW

Power
KW

958

267

973

278

992

289

821

298

768

335

745

317

978

296

993

309

1012

321

838

331

787

344

760

352

10

1163

299

1181

312

1204

324

997

335

936

351

904

356

12

1232

305

1251

319

1275

331

1056

341

994

357

958

363

15

1330

311

1350

325

1376

337

1140

348

1073

370

1034

370

1077

300

1094

313

1115

325

923

335

869

348

745

356

1099

333

1116

348

1138

361

942

372

887

387

760

396

10

1308

336

1328

351

1354

365

1121

376

1056

391

904

400

12

1385

343

1406

358

1433

372

1187

384

1118

399

958

408

15

1495

350

1518

365

1547

379

1281

391

1206

406

1034

416

1145

256

1096

272

1041

313

1005

304

932

383

901

400

1220

265

1171

281

1111

325

1074

316

924

427

968

414

10

1335

278

1286

296

1224

341

1184

332

1104

418

1076

434

12

1413

288

1361

303

1295

353

1253

343

1168

432

1143

450

15

1526

388

1470

316

1397

367

1353

356

1260

448

1233

467

1243

307

1191

323

1131

343

1077

365

1000

460

966

479

1325

319

1272

335

1206

356

1152

379

1034

452

1038

497

10

1450

334

1396

353

1329

374

1269

398

1184

501

1154

522

12

1534

376

1477

364

1406

387

1345

411

1252

518

1226

540

15

1656

391

1596

379

1518

402

1451

426

1352

539

1323

560

1380

384

1402

401

1429

417

1183

430

1109

446

745

457

1408

427

1430

446

1458

463

1207

477

1132

496

760

508

10

1676

431

1702

450

1735

467

1437

482

1347

501

904

513

12

1775

440

1802

459

1837

477

1521

492

1426

511

958

523

15

1915

448

1945

468

1983

486

1642

501

1540

521

1034

533

1511

421

1534

439

1564

456

1295

470

1218

489

745

500

1542

467

1566

488

1596

507

1322

522

1243

543

760

556

10

1835

472

1863

493

1899

512

1573

528

1479

548

904

561

12

1943

481

1973

502

2011

522

1666

538

1566

559

958

572

15

2097

491

2129

512

2171

532

1798

549

1690

570

1034

583

Note: 1. High ambient models are suitable for operation in ambient temperatures up to 52c (125F)

2. Fouling Factor is 0.086 m2.k/kW.

3 .Specification may be changed without further notification

4. The unit conforms to standard ARI 550/590-98.

5 .The cooling capacity and power supply is measured with the economizer.

6. Power consumption values include compressors and fans.

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Ratings - Standard Ambient Models

MODEL

SA075

SA100

SA125

SA150

Condenser Air Entering Temperature C

Leaving
Chilled
Liquid

25

30

35

40

46

50

cool
KW

Power
KW

cool
KW

Power
KW

cool
KW

Power
KW

cool
KW

Power
KW

cool
KW

Power
KW

cool
KW

Power
KW

4.5

263

71

295

75

240

80

232

84

212

105

196

108

272

72

303

76

247

81

238

85

220

106

202

111

280

72

314

77

255

81

246

87

227

106

210

112

290

74

325

79

263

83

255

89

235

109

218

115

10

316

78

355

82

291

88

281

93

260

115

241

120

12

335

81

286

85

307

91

297

96

275

119

257

124

15

361

82

286

89

332

95

320

99

296

124

277

128

4.5

335

93

343

336

327

105

315

111

289

138

269

143

363

94

348

341

330

106

319

112

291

139

272

144

374

96

359

352

341

108

330

113

301

140

282

146

386

98

371

364

352

110

341

116

314

143

291

149

10

424

103

407

400

388

116

374

122

346

151

326

157

12

448

106

432

423

410

119

399

127

366

155

345

164

15

483

110

465

457

443

123

430

132

394

164

372

169

4.5

473

123

453

130

429

139

414

407

403

178

374

186

477

123

457

131

434

140

419

411

406

179

379

187

493

125

473

133

448

142

434

424

421

181

392

190

508

128

488

137

463

145

447

440

435

186

407

194

10

557

134

535

143

510

152

494

486

482

194

452

202

12

589

140

568

148

538

157

522

514

508

200

480

210

15

636

145

612

153

582

164

564

555

549

208

518

217

4.5

546

143

523

153

498

162

477

170

431

201

402

187

551

144

529

154

503

163

483

172

436

201

407

188

569

146

546

155

519

164

502

173

451

205

421

191

588

150

564

159

535

168

517

178

468

210

436

194

10

643

157

620

167

589

178

570

187

517

220

485

205

12

681

163

656

173

624

183

604

193

547

227

515

211

15

734

168

707

179

673

191

651

201

590

236

555

220

Note: 1. Standard models are designed for operation in ambient temperatures up to 46c (115 F). When ambient temperatures rise above

46c compressors will progressively unload to prevent trips on high pressure/temperature/current.

2. Fouling factor of evaporator is 0.086 m2.k/kW.

3. Specification may be changed without further notification

4. The unit conforms to standard ARI 550/590-98.

5. The cooling capacity and power supply is measured with the economizer.

6. Power consumption values include compressors and fans.

10

LS Air-Cooled Water Chillers

Ratings - Standard Ambient Models (Continued)

MODEL

SA170

SA210

SA270

SA320

Condenser Air Entering Temperature C

Leaving
Chilled
Liquid

25

30

35

40

46

50

cool
KW

Power
KW

cool
KW

Power
KW

cool
KW

Power
KW

cool
KW

Power
KW

cool
KW

Power
KW

cool
KW

Power
KW

4.5

571

159

547

171

547

179

501

177

477

227

445

236

576

159

553

170

554

180

506

178

485

229

451

238

596

162

571

173

571

182

524

180

501

232

468

242

614

166

591

177

591

187

541

184

519

234

485

246

10

673

175

649

185

650

196

596

194

574

248

539

259

12

711

180

685

192

689

203

631

200

607

257

572

268

15

768

187

739

198

742

211

681

209

655

268

617

278

4.5

718

188

688

201

653

213

629

222

580

276

534

288

724

189

695

202

659

214

635

223

586

276

540

289

749

192

718

204

682

216

658

228

606

281

565

292

773

197

741

208

704

221

680

232

628

287

587

299

10

846

206

814

219

775

233

750

243

694

302

651

315

12

895

214

862

228

820

241

793

251

734

313

692

325

15

965

221

929

236

886

250

856

262

820

323

749

338

4.5

992

241

952

257

905

294

873

287

809

360

782

374

1004

242

962

257

913

296

882

288

817

363

791

378

1038

245

993

261

944

300

912

292

845

367

818

383

1070

250

1029

266

975

307

942

298

876

374

849

392

10

1172

263

1129

279

1074

322

1039

314

969

395

944

411

12

1240

272

1194

287

1136

333

1099

324

1025

408

1003

424

15

1339

367

1289

298

1226

347

1187

337

1105

423

1082

442

4.5

1091

288

1047

304

994

323

947

344

878

434

849

452

1102

290

1056

306

1003

325

956

346

887

437

857

455

1138

295

1091

311

1038

330

990

351

916

443

888

462

1175

302

1128

318

1070

338

1021

359

950

448

921

471

10

1286

317

1238

334

1179

354

1126

377

1050

475

1023

495

12

1360

356

1311

345

1247

367

1193

390

1110

491

1087

512

15

1468

371

1416

359

1347

381

1287

404

1199

511

1173

532

Note: 1. Standard models are designed for operation in ambient temperatures up to 46c (115 F). When ambient temperatures rise above

46c compressors will progressively unload to prevent trips on high pressure/temperature/current.

2. Fouling factor of evaporator is 0.086 m2.k/kW.

3. Specification may be changed without further notification

4. The unit conforms to standard ARI 550/590-98.

5. The cooling capacity and power supply is measured with the economizer.

6. Power consumption values include compressors and fans.

LS Air-Cooled Water Chillers

11

Water Pressure Drop

Pressure Drop (kPa)

Water Pressure Drop Through Evaporator

Water Flow Rate (l/s)

12

Line

Symbol

SA075, SA100

SA125, SA150

SA170, SA210

SA250, SA270

SA300

SA325, SA350

LS Air-Cooled Water Chillers

Operating Limitations
75

MODEL SA

Min

100
Max

Min

125
Max

Min

150
Max

Min

170

210

Max

Min

Max

Min

Max

Water Leaving Temp

4.5 to 15

Cooling Range
(Entering Leaving)

3 to 20

Evaporator Flow Rate

m3/h

18

57

30

59

32

86

33

105

42

107

41

126

Evaporator Pressure Drop

kPa

8.5

100

11

120

11

130

12

110

13

115

12

118

Maximum Water side


Pressure

bar

10

Air Entering Temperature

-10 to 52

Fan Available Static Pressure

kPa

10

Maximum Refrigerant Side


Pressure

bar

16

Power Supply Voltage

3PH 380 50Hz

340 to 420

Max Running Current(A)

High Ambient Model

350.9

429.2

550.8

645.5

782.7

858.3

Standard Ambient Model

292

391

501

594

715.1

784.1

225

250

270

300

325

350

MODEL SA

Min

Max

Min

Max

Min

Max

Min

Max

Min

Max

Min

Max

Water Leaving Temp

4.5 to 15

Cooling Range
(Entering Leaving)

3 to 20

Evaporator Flow Rate

m3/h

49

138

53

155

48

159

55

188

57

200

64

220

Evaporator Pressure Drop

kPa

15

122

18

128

18

128

21

134

21

134

22

138

Maximum Water side


Pressure

bar

10

Air Entering Temperature

-10 to 52

Fan Available Static Pressure

kPa

10

Maximum Refrigerant Side


Pressure

bar

16

Power Supply Voltage

3PH 380 50Hz

340 to 420

Max Running Current(A)

High Ambient Model

978

1101.6

1143.9

1287.5

1409.1

1525.8

Standard Ambient Model

893.5

1006.4

1045.1

1176.3

1287.4

1394

Max running Current values included compressors and fans.

LS Air-Cooled Water Chillers

13

Electrical Data
1 Compressor Unit
- Standard ambient model
SA MODEL

Volts(V)

Freq.(Hz)

075

380

100

380

125
150

Compressor

Fans

RLA

MCC

Start Amps

Qty.

RLA

50

131

216

328

50

174

292

435

380

50

223

365

558

380

50

258

422

645

10

SA MODEL

Volts(V)

Freq.(Hz)

RLA

MCC

Start Amps

Qty.

RLA

075

380

50

214

271

535

100

380

50

256

317

640

125

380

50

327

404

818

150

380

50

380

490

951

10

- High ambient model


Compressor

Fans

2 Compressor Unit
- Standard ambient model
SA MODEL
170
210

Volts(V)
380
380

Freq.(Hz)
50
50

225

380

50

250

380

50

270

380

50

System
l

Compressor

Fans

RLA

MCC

Start Amps

Qty.

RLA

161

271

403

ll

161

271

403

174

292

435

ll

174

292

435

174

292

435

ll

223

365

558

193

317

483

ll

223

365

558

223

365

558

ll

223

365

558

- High ambient model


SA MODEL
170
210
225
250
270

14

Volts(V)
380
380
380
380
380

LS Air-Cooled Water Chillers

Freq.(Hz)
50
50
50
50
50

System
l

Compressor

Fans

RLA

MCC

Start Amps

Qty.

RLA

231

292

577

ll

231

292

577

256

317

640

ll

256

317

640

256

317

818

ll

327

404

818

327

404

818

ll

327

404

818

341

422

853

ll

341

422

853

Electrical Data (Continued)


3 Compressor Unit
- Standard ambient model
SA MODEL

Volts(V)

Freq.(Hz)

System

300

380

50

325

350

380

50

380

50

Compressor

Fans

RLA

MCC

Start Amps

Qty.

RLA

174

292

435

ll

174

292

435

lll

174

292

435

174

292

435

5
5

ll

174

292

435

lll

223

365

558

193

317

483

ll

193

317

483

lll

223

365

558

- High ambient model


SA MODEL

300

325

350

Volts(V)

Freq.(Hz)

380

380

380

50

50

50

System

Compressor

Fans

RLA

MCC

Start Amps

Qty.

RLA

256

317

640

ll

256

317

640

lll

256

317

640

256

317

640

ll

256

317

640

lll

327

404

818

295

365

738

ll

295

365

738

lll

327

404

818

Note: RLA: Rated Load Amps


MCC: Maximum Continuous Current

LS Air-Cooled Water Chillers

15

Electrical Data (Continued)


High Ambient Model for 46C Nominal Ambient Operation Electricity Supply 380/3/50
Chiller Total Power Input
Nominal Kw

Maximum Kw

Nominal
Running Amps

SA-75

115.6

173.4

233.9

350.9

641.7

SA-100

150.1

225.2

286.1

429.2

768.3

SA-125

193.5

290.3

367.2

550.8

981.6

SA-150

226.1

339.2

430.3

645.5

1140.9

SA-170

274.2

411.3

521.8

782.7

692.7

SA-210

302.1

453.2

572.2

858.3

768.3

SA-225

343.6

515.4

653.3

978.0

981.6

SA-250

387.0

580.3

734.4

1101.6

981.6

SA-270

427.4

641.1

762.6

1143.9

1023.9

SA-300

452.1

678.2

858.3

1287.5

768.3

SA-325

495.6

743.4

939.4

1409.1

981.6

SA-350

542.6

813.9

1017.2

1525.8

1140.9

Model No.

Maximum
Running Amps

Maximum
Start Amps

Note: 1. Chiller total power includes all compressors and condenser fans running.

2. Nominal Kw and Amps (above) apply when chiller is operating in an ambient temperature of 46c with leaving chilled water temperature of 7c.

3. Max Kw and Amps (above) apply when chiller is operating at extreme limits beyond which safety controls will prevent higher values.

4. Max Start Amps occur when the last compressor starts while all other compressors and condenser fans are already running.

5. Max running Amps values include compressors and fans.

Standard Model for 35C Nominal Ambient Operation Electricity Supply 380/3/50
Chiller Total Power Input
Nominal Kw

Maximum Kw

Nominal
Running Amps

Maximum
Running Amps

Maximum
Start Amps

SA-75

82.9

124.4

150.8

292.0

392.4

SA-100

110.4

165.6

204.0

391.0

828.0

SA-125

145.1

217.7

262.4

501.0

667.2

SA-150

167.9

251.9

307.3

594.0

771.9

SA-170

186.8

280.2

353.2

715.1

439.8

SA-210

220.8

331.2

408.0

784.1

828.0

SA-225

255.5

383.3

466.4

893.5

667.2

SA-250

270.8

406.2

495.4

1006.4

667.2

SA-270

290.2

435.3

524.8

1045.1

667.2

SA-300

331.2

496.8

612.0

1176.3

828.0

SA-325

356.9

535.4

670.4

1287.4

667.2

SA-350

389.6

584.4

708.4

1394.0

771.9

Model No.

Note: 1. Chiller total power includes all compressors and condenser fans running.

2. Nominal Kw and Amps (above) apply when chiller is operating in an ambient temperature of 35c with a leaving chilled water temperature of 7c.

3. Max Kw and Amps (above) apply when chiller is operating at extreme limits beyond which safety controls will prevent higher values.

4. Max Start Amps occur when the last compressor starts while all other compressors and condenser fans are already running

5. Max running Amps values include compressors and fans.

16

LS Air-Cooled Water Chillers

Chiller Control
Automatic PLC Controller

Time Table Running

Model SA liquid chillers are equipped with PLC controllers which


are housed in the low voltage section of the unit Control Center.
The primary functions of the PLC are:

Up to 3 start/stop programmes /day can be achieved.

Soft Loading Function

This ensures that the chiller will operate stably during system
start up, when large fluctuations in cooling load can occur.
To automatically start and stop the chiller in response to
Cooling Demand signals.
To start and stop individual compressors and associated
condenser fans and to modulate the compressor capacity
by unloading the compressor slide valve in response to unit
cooling load.
To activate and control peripheral equipment (i.e. chilled water
pumps).
To continuously monitor operating temperatures and safety
controls and display readouts both locally and remotely.

Optimization Main Auxiliary Unit

Analogue data display function


This function monitors and displays analog signals of
refrigeration system temperatures and pressures.

Network Control Function


Model SA liquid chillers have interfaces for RS-232 & RS-485
and can work with MODBUS protocols.
Each chiller can operate as a Master or Slave unit in a group
control network. (option)

For multi-compressor units an optimization function is


available to equalize the running time of each compressor/
condenser assembly.
For multi chiller installations one unit can be selected as the
master and its controller will sequence up to 4 slave chillers.
(option)

Automatic and remote control


of peripherals
Remote start/stop function via cabled connection.
On/Off of chiller and system peripherals together with
functional monitoring can be achieved through remote BMS
System.

LS Air-Cooled Water Chillers

17

18

LS Air-Cooled Water Chillers

1M

NFB1
600V

S1 T1

COMP
MOTOR

R1

CT

3PH 380VAC 50/60HZ


R0 S0 T0

MAIN POWER SUPPLY

14

L3

C2

12

L2

C1

11

L1

VP

10A

IT

TO CONTROL
PANEL

T2

T2
700VA
R2

TR R02

R2
T2
AI3
G

380V 220V

R01
T01

1
2
3
4

NFB2

2M

107

D24

R11
S11
T11

PB
R2

L3
N

M2

M1

2M

L2

MP

FAN
L1

158

301

1M

161

302

KM1

FM1

D24
106
R2
T2

2M

164

303

KM2

88
F1
U11 V11 W11
51
F1
U12 V12 W12

88
F2

88F1 88F2 88 F3 88F4

51 51 51 51
F1 F2 F3 F4
171 172 173 174

KM3

FM3

88
F3
U31 V31 W31
51
F3
U32V32 W32

230 231 232 233

FM2

U21 V21 W21


51
F2
U22 V22 W22

FM4

88
F4
U41 V41 W41
51
F4
U42V42 W42

VP

FAN
KM1-3

13
14

AUX.RELAY CONTACT

COOLING FAN
FROM CONTROL PNL

FROM/TO CONTROL PANEL.

TO CONTROL PANEL

EMERGERNCY CTRL. PANEL MOTOR&POWER CURRENT


STOP SGL. POWER
ABNORMAL SGL.TRANSDUCER SGL.

R2 R02 R2 T2 106 107 D24 AI3


CONTROL PNL

COOLING FANS SIGAL

FROM CONTROL PANEL

CONTACTOR SIGNAL

KM1 KM2 KM3

R2 301 302 303 230 231 232 233

R2 301 302 303 230 231 232 233

R2 301 302 303 230 231 232 233

THESE PARTS ARE LOCATED ON CHILLER BODY.

2.

AI3 G
R2 R02 R2 T2
MP VP
STARTER PNL
R2 R02 R2 T2 106 107 D24 AI3 G
BODY WIRING

THERMAL RELAY
COOLING FAN

700VA

THESE PARTS ARE LOCATED IN CONTROL PANEL.

51F1-4
FM1-4

11

88F1-4

12

AMPERE TRANSDUCER
CURRENT TRANSFORMER

CT
MAGNETIC CONTACTOR

IT

MOTOR PROTECT RELAY

10

POWER PROTECTOR

MP

TRANSFORMER
EMERGERNCY STOP SWITCH

TR

3.

1.

Note

MOLDED CASED CIRCUIT BREAKER


NO FUSE BREAKER

PB

NFB2

MAGNETIC CONTACTOR

NFB1

ELECTRICAL PART LIST

1M,2M,S

Typical Starter Diagram-1 Compressor

T21

R21

TR

20VA

T23

AC220/24V
R23

FAN

24VAC

R33

F1/5A

TP04

410

3B

TE03

L-

1C

FG

I-

3C

FG

EKD

FROM PLC

ACOM AO1

ETS

TO PLC

D24 120

24 25 26

501 502 503 504

FS

PU

SW

RS

L4B

TE04

4A

L+

I-

CH4

CH2

2B
I-

C1

TE02

L-

X2

4C

FG

FG

XC

2C

C2

IN

X3

201

Y1

DVP-12SA
OUT

X1

200

CH

Y0

X0

2A

L+

C0

CH1
DVP-04PT
CH3

1B

I-

+ -

RS-485

24V 0V S/S

TE01

L-

T21

R21

FOR COMPRESSOR
RUN/STOP INDICATION

FOR CHW PUMP


START/STOP SGL

KM2

OL

111
OP

HP

110
LP

MP

VP

TO USER'S MCC

CH

EKD

XC

401 402 403 404 405 406

FOR FAULT
INDICATION

X6

L+

L+

L-

L-

I-

Y1

X1

I-

X3

Y2

Y3

IN
DVP-16SP
OUT

X2

Y4

X4

Y5

X5

COM
D24

FROM USER'S MCC

FG

FG

L+

L+

L-

L-

I-

CH4

CH2

I-

KM1 KM2 KM3 EC

5C

SW

RS

Y6

X6

Y7

X7

FG

FG

24V 0V

- +

EP

V+

V+

R2

R2

Y2

Y3

OUT

I+

CH4

CH1

I+

T2

T2
106 107 D24 AI3
G

I+

COM V+

AO1 ACOM

COM V+

COM V+

TO EKD

I+

CH2
DVP-06XA
CH5

COM V+

AI2

- +

CP

Y5

IT

AI3

I+

CH6

CH3

COM

COM

COM
D24

Y7

8 7

I+

Y6

FROM STARTER PANEL

Y4

230 231 232 233

Y1

DVP-08SN

FANS RUN SGL

D24 COM AI1

PY SV1 SV3 SV2

R02
STARTER PNL

Y0

R2

R2

PB
R2 301 302 303 230 231 232 233

KM1 KM2 KM3

TO STARTER PANEL

106 107 D24 AI3 G


E R2 301 302 303 230 231 232 233
MP VP
R02 R2
R2 301 302 303 230 231 232 233
AI3 G
R2 T2
CONTACTOR SIGNAL COOLING FANS RUN/STOP
EMERGERNCY CTRL. PANEL MOTOR&POWERCURRENT
STOP SGL
POWER
ABNORMAL SGLTRANSDUCER SGL

BODY WIRING

R02

CONTROL PNL

C0

220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227

Y0

X0

CH1
DVP-04PT
CH3

5B

TE05

C0

X7 S/S

D24 COM 5A

Y3

X5

24V 0V

Y2

X4

PU

101 D24 102 D24 103 D24

D24 COM COM 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 COM 120

V1 V2 V3

TO ELEC.EXP.VALVE (ETS)

L+

3A

L+

24V 0V

D24 COM 1A

24V 0V

DVPPS02

3
F.G
4

N.F.

D24 COM

20 21 22

R22

CH

- + G 0 24
RS-485

F2/1A

COM
D24

T21
R21

HQ

340

KM2

V0

FOR CHW PUMP


INTERLOCK

R20
T20

FOR REMOTE
START/STOP SGL

R2
T2

10A

FOR REMOTE
RESTART SGL

POWER 1PH 220VAC 50/60HZ


MCCB
SW

SV3
HQ
FAN
MCCB

26
27
28
29

F1-2
V0-3
TR
EKD
EC
PB

31
32
33
34
35
36

N.F.

OIL HEATER

SV2

25

30

SOLENOID VALVE 50%

SV1

1.

4.

3.

FROM/TO USER'S MCC

FROM/TO STARTER PANEL

LOCATED ON CHILLER BODY

SUPPLIED BY USERS

EMERGERNCY STOP SWITCH

ECONOMIZER SOLENOID VALVE

DRIVER MODULE -ETS

TRANSFORMER

VARISTER

FUSE

NOISE FILTER

MOLDED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKER

COOLING FANS

SOLENOID VALVE 75%

SOLENOID VALVE 25%

ELECTRONIC EXPANSION VALVE

ETS

NOTE

2.

AUX.RELAY (CHW PUMP)


AUX.RELAY (FAULT)
SPRAY LIQUID SOLENOID VALVE
23

21

CURRENT TRANSDUCER SIGNAL


AUX.RELAY (CONTACTOR)

COND PRESSURE TRANSMITTER

EVAP PRESSURE TRANSMITTER

24

CH
XC

20

PT100
PT100

EXHAUST TEMPREATURE SENSOR PT100

SUCTION TEMPREATURE SENSOR

FIN TEMPERATURE SENSOR

LCHW TEMPERATURE SENSOR PT100

PY

KM1-3

19

FROM USER

ECHW TEMPERATURE SENSOR PT100

OIL DIFF. PRESSURE SWITCH

OIL LEVEL SWITCH

LOW PRESSURE SWITCH

HIGH PERSSURE SWITCH

MOTOR PROTECT RELAY

POWER PROTECT RELAY

REMOTE RESET SIGNAL

REMOTE START/STOP SIGNAL FROM USER

CHW PUMP INTERLOCK SGL FROM USER

FLOW SWITCH

ELECTRICAL PART LIST

22

IT

CP

18

17

EP

TE03

13

16

TE02

12
TE04

TE01

11

TE05

OP

15

OL

9
10

14

LP

HP

VP
MP

RS

PU

2
4

FS

Typical Schematic Diagram-1 Compressor

LS Air-Cooled Water Chillers

19

20

LS Air-Cooled Water Chillers

AX AY AZ

COMP
MOTOR
A

R2

R02

L1
L2
L3

11
12
14

AC2

2M-A

107

D24

1
2
3
4

FM2
-A

FM1
-A

IT-A

88F2
-A

51F2
-A
AU2 AV2 AW2

51F1
-A
AU1 AV1 AW1

AC1

R2

R2

R2

T2

T2

T2

VP
-A

AI5
AIG

106 107 D24 AI5 AIG

106 107 D24 AI5 AIG

MP
-A

TR

S-A

T2

231

T2

R2

230

R2

S
-A

158

301

232 233 244

PB

KM1
-A

2M-A

245

1M
-A

302

KM3
-A

2M-B

L2
L3

BV

BW

L1

L3

BU

L2

AW

L1

AV

AU

MP-B

MP-A

M1
M2

M1
M2

R2
T2

123

D24

R2
T2

106

D24

1M
-B

305

KM1
-B

247

S
-B

168

304

246

S-A

2M
-A

161

303

KM2
-A

FM6
-A

FM5
-A

88F6
-A
51F6
-A
AU6 AV6 AW6

88F5
-A

233

KM3
-B

S-B

2M
-B

171

306

KM2
-B

COOLING FANS SIGAL-A

FROM CONTROL PANEL

CONTACTOR SIGNAL-A

231 232

233

233

231 232

231 232

230
230

KM1 KM2 KM3


-A -A -A

301 302 303

301 302 303

301 302 303

51F5
-A
AU5 AV5 AW5

R2

R2

R2

51F1 51F2 51F3 51F4 51F5 51F6 51F1 51F2 51F3 51F4 51F5 51F6
-A
-A
-B
-B
-B
-B
-B
-A
-A
-A
-A
-B
321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332
88F 88F 88F 88F 88F 88F 88F 88F 88F
88F 88F 88F
1-A 2-A 3-A 4-A 5-A 6-A 1-B 2-B 3-B
4-B 5-B 6-B

230

R2
T2
AI5
G

TO CONTROL
PANEL

380V 220V
R02
T2

NFB2

R01
T01

FM4
-A

10A

88F4
-A

51F4
-A
AU4 AV4 AW4

FM3
-A

51F3
-A
AU3 AV3 AW3

88F3
-A

TO CONTROL PANEL

EMERGERNCY CTRL. PANEL MOTOR&POWER CURRENT-A


STOP SGL.
POWER ABNORMAL SGL-ATRANSDUCER SGL.

R2 R02
CONTROL PNL

BODY WIRING

R2 R02

STARTER PNL

88F1
-A

VP-A

CT-A

AR1 AS1 AT1

AU AV AW

1M-A

NFB1-A
600V

3PH 380VAC 50/60HZ


AR0 AS0 AT0

MAIN POWER SUPPLY

BX BY BZ

COMP
MOTOR
B

CT-B

BR1 BS1 BT1

BU BV BW

1M-B

NFB1-B
600V

3PH 380VAC 50/60HZ


BR0 BS0 BT0

L1
L2
L3

VP-B
11
12
14

BC2

2M-B

124

D24

1
2
3
4

FM2
-B

FM1
-B

IT-B

51F2
-B
BU2 BV2 BW2

S-B

FM3
-B

R2
T2
AI6
G

51F3
-B
BU3 BV3 BW3

88F3
-B

TO CONTROL PANEL

88F2
-B

R2 304 305 306


244 245 246 247

244 245 246 247

244 245 246 247

KM1 KM2 KM3


-B -B -B

R2 304 305 306

R2 304 305 306


E

FM4
-B

51F4
-B
BU4 BV4 BW4

88F4
-B

KM1-3

3.

2.

1.

AUX.RELAY CONTACT

COOLING FAN

COOLING FAN

THERMAL RELAY

MAGNETIC CONTACTOR

CURRENT TRANSFORMER

AMPERE TRANSDUCER

POWER PROTECTOR

MOTOR PROTECT RELAY

EMERGERNCY STOP SWITCH

TRANSFORMER

NO FUSE BREAKER

MOLDED CASED CIRCUIT BREAKER

MAGNETIC CONTACTOR

ELECTRICAL PART LIST

FROM CONTROL PNL

700VA

FROM/TO CONTROL PANEL.

THESE PARTS ARE LOCATED ON CHILLER BODY.

THESE PARTS ARE LOCATED IN CONTROL PANEL.

FAN

13
14

Note

51F1-6
FM1-6

11

88F1-6
12

CT

9
10

VP

IT

MP

6
8

TR
PB

NFB2

3
5

NFB1
4

1M,2M,S
1

FM6
-B

FM5
-B

51F6
-B
BU6 BV6 BW6

88F6
-B

51F5
-B
BU5 BV5 BW5

88F5
-B

FROM CONTROL PANEL

MOTOR&POWER CURRENT-B
ABNORMAL SGL-B
TRANSDUCER SGL. CONTACTOR SIGNAL-B COOLING FANS SIGAL-B

123 124 D24 AI6 AIG


CONTROL PNL

BODY WIRING

51F1
-B
BU1 BV1 BW1

BC1

AI6 AIG

123 124 D24 AI6 AIG

MP VP
STARTER PNL -B -B

88F1
-B

MAIN POWER SUPPLY

Typical Starter Diagram-2 Compressor

FAN

T21

R21

COM
D24

T21
R21

R22

TR

20VA

T23

I-

1C

FG

3B

FG

R33

3C

F2/2A

I-

L-

L-

PU

SW

RS

FAN
-2

OL
-A

111

OP
-A

110

LP
-A

MP
-A

FAN
-3

HP
-A

4C

2C

C0

FG

FG

C1

C2

24V 0V

Y2

X4

EKD -A

410

FROM PLC

ACOM AO1

ETS

VP
-A

TO PLC

I-

5C

X6

FG

I-

FG

24VAC

7C

EKD
-A
LP
-B

112

HP
-B

OL
-B
OP
-B

113

MP
-B

VP
-B

EKD
-B

L-

I-

8B

Y2

Y3

Y4

X4

Y5

X5

8C

6C

FG

FG

SV1
-A

D24
COM

24V 0V

411

FROM PLC

ACOM AO2

ETS

TO PLC

D24 125

24 25 26

505 506 507 508

5
EKD -B
-

Y6

X6

- +

EP-A

SV3
-A

- +
EP-B

AI3

V+

V+

D24 COM AI1

PY
-A

TO ELEC.EXP.VALVE (ETS-B)

I-

CH4

CH2

6B

20 21 22
CH

X3

IN
DVP-16SP
OUT

X2

KM1 KM2 KM3 EC


-A
-A
-A
-A

TE06

L-

Y1

X1

Y7

X7

T21

R21

C0

I+

I+

PB

R2

R2
T2

T2

Y3

Y5

Y6

Y7

C0

V+

AI2

- +

CP-A

- +
CP-B

AI4

V+

I+

I+

Y0

Y1

COM FG

COM FG

CH4

CH2

24V 0V

V+

V+

PU

I+

CH4

CH1

I+

AI5

IT-A

8 7
AIG

SV1
-B

SV3
-B

I+

AI6

IT-B

8 7

CH

KM2
-B

TO USER'S MCC

KM2
-A

XC

Y4

Y5

301 302 303

301 302 303

Y6

SW

COM V+

COM V+
AO1 ACOM

RS

TO EXD-A

I+

AIG

Y7

LS Air-Cooled Water Chillers

FROM USER'S MCC

I+

COM
AO2 ACOM

4.

3.

2.

1.

NOTE

TO EXD-B

I+

CH6

COM

COM
D24

CH3

-A

E
AI6 AIG

AI6 AIG

AI6 AIG

FROM/TO USER'S MCC

FROM/TO STARTER PANEL

LOCATED ON CHILLER BODY

OL

LP

-B

SOLENOID VALVE 50%


OIL HEATER

SV1
SV2
SV3
HQ

27
28
29
30

TR
EKD

36
37

EC

V0-3

35

PB

F1-2

39

N.F.

33
34

38

MCCB MOLDED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKER

32

EMERGERNCY STOP SWITCH

ECONOMIZER SOLENOID VALVE

DRIVER MODULE -ETS

TRANSFORMER

VARISTER

FUSE

NOISE FILTER

FAN

31

COOLING FANS

SOLENOID VALVE 75%

SOLENOID VALVE 25%

ELECTRONIC EXPANSION VALVE

ETS

26

SPRAY LIQUID SOLENOID VALVE

AUX.RELAY (FAULT)

AUX.RELAY (CHW PUMP)


PY

XC
25

CH

23
24

CURRENT TRANSDUCER SIGNAL


KM1-3 AUX.RELAY (CONTACTOR)

COND PRESSURE TRANSMITTER

EVAP PRESSURE TRANSMITTER

EXHAUST TEMPREATURE SENSOR B PT100

22

19

IT

TE08
EP

18

PT100
SUCTION TEMPREATURE SENSOR B PT100

FIN TEMPERATURE SENSOR B

21

TE07

17

EXHAUST TEMPREATURE SENSOR A PT100

CP

TE06

PT100

PT100

PT100

FROM USER

FROM USER

SUCTION TEMPREATURE SENSOR A PT100

FIN TEMPERATURE SENSOR A

LCHW TEMPERATURE SENSOR

ECHW TEMPERATURE SENSOR

20

TE05

TE04

14
16

TE03

13
15

TE01
TE02

11

OIL DIFF. PRESSURE SWITCH

OIL LEVEL SWITCH

LOW PRESSURE SWITCH

HIGH PERSSURE SWITCH

MOTOR PROTECT RELAY

POWER PROTECT RELAY

REMOTE RESET SIGNAL

REMOTE START/STOP SIGNAL

CHW PUMP INTERLOCK SGL

FLOW SWITCH

ELECTRICAL PART LIST

FROM USER

COOLING FANS RUN/STOP

244 245 246 247

244 245 246 247

TO STARTER PANEL

-B

CONTACTOR SIGNAL

304 305 306

304 305 306

12

OP

HP

MP

6
7

VP

RS

4
5

SW

PU

FS

R2

R2

KM1 KM2 KM3


-B -B -B
244 245 246 247
R2 304 305 306

10

FROM STARTER PANEL

MOTOR&POWER
CURRENT-B
ABNORMAL-B SGL TRANSDUCER SGL

123 124 D24


MP VP
-B -B

123 124 D24

SUPPLIED BY USERS

COOLING FANS RUN/STOP

230 231 232 233

230 231 232 233

TO STARTER PANEL

-A

CONTACTOR SIGNAL

R2

KM1 KM2 KM3


-A -A -A
301 302 303 230 231 232 233

FANS RUN SGL


-B

COM V+

SV2
-B

CH2
DVP-06XA
CH5

COM V+

PY
-B

401 402 403 404 405 406 407 408 101 D24 102 D24 103 D24

EC
-B

D24 COM

KM1 KM2 KM3


-B
-B
-B

Y3

R2

R2

240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247

Y2

OUT

Y2

DVP-08SN

OUT
Y4

AI5 AIG

AI5 AIG

AI5 AIG

MOTOR&POWER
CURRENT-A
ABNORMAL-A SGL TRANSDUCER SGL

106 107 D24


MP VP
-A -A

106 107 D24

FROM STARTER PANEL

R2 T2
EMERGERNCY CTRL. PANEL
STOP SGL
POWER

R02 R2

R02 R2

R02 R2

DVP-08SN

FANS RUN SGL


-A

DVP-04AD

COM FG

CH3

CH1

Y1

COM
D24

STARTER PNL

BODY WIRING

CONTROL PNL

230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237

Y0

COM FG

SV2
-A

220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227

Y0

X0

TE08

8A

L+

L+

6A

C0

X7 S/S

CH1
DVP-04PT
CH3

7B

D24 120

24 25 26

L-

L-

5B

TE05

Y3

X5

TE07

7A

L+

L+

D24 COM 5A

XC

201

Y1

IN

X3

501 502 503 504

20 21 22

CH

X2

DVP-12SA
OUT

X1

200

CH

Y0

X0

TO ELEC.EXP.VALVE (ETS-A)

I-

CH4

4B

I-

CH2

2B

TE02

TE04

4A

L+

L+

2A

+ -

RS-485

24V 0V S/S

24VAC

CH1
DVP-04PT
CH3

TE03

L-

L-

AC220/24V
R23

L+

3A

L+

24V 0V

1B

TE01

24V 0V

FS

FAN
-1

D24 COM COM 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 COM 120 121 122 123 124 125

KM2
-B

HQ
-B

341

D24 COM

DVPPS02

D24 COM 1A

F1/5A

TP04

- + G 0 24
RS-485

HQ
-A

340

KM2
-A

V1 V2 V3

FOR CHW PUMP


START/STOP SGL

3
F.G
4

FOR COMPRESSOR A
RUN/STOP INDICATION

N.F.

FOR COMPRESSOR B
RUN/STOP INDICATION

FOR FAULT
INDICATION

V0

FOR CHW PUMP


INTERLOCK

R20
T20

FOR REMOTE
START/STOP SGL

R2
T2

FOR REMOTE
RESTART SGL

POWER 1PH 220VAC 50/60HZ


MCCB 10A

Typical Schematic Diagram-2 Compressor

21

22

LS Air-Cooled Water Chillers

MAIN POWER SUPPLY

AX AY AZ

COMP
MOTOR
A

AU AV AW

R2 R02

1M-A

L1
L2
L3

VP-A

AC2

AC1

11
12
14

123

D24

T2

R2

R2 T2

MP VP
-A -A

AI7 AIG

122 123 D24 AI7 AIG

122 123 D24 AI7 AIG

88F3
-A

231

R2
T2
AI7
AIG

PB

FM3
-A

R2

1M
-A

302

KM1
-A

2M-A

232

S
-A

158

301

FM4
-A

51F4
-A
AU4 AV4 AW4

88F4
-A

303

88F6
-A

233

S-A

2M
-A

161

303

244

S
-B

168

304

2M-B

88F7
-A

S
-C

178

307
2M-C

232

1M
-C

308

KM1
-C

246 247 260

KM3
-B

FM7
-A

51F7
-A
AU7 AV7 AW7

S-B

2M
-B

171

306

KM2
-B

245

1M
-B

305

KM1
-B

FM6
-A

KM3
-A

231

233

233

233

88F8
-A

KM3
-C

S-C

261

2M
-C

181

309

KM2
-C

FM8
-A

51F8
-A
AU8 AV8 AW8

FROM CONTROL PANEL

FM5
-A

KM2
-A

230

232

232

231
231

COOLING FANS SIGAL-A

230
230

KM1 KM2 KM3


-A
-A
-A

301 302

303

303

302

51F6
-A
AU6 AV6 AW6

88F5
-A

301
301 302

CONTACTOR SIGNAL-A

R2

51F5
-A
AU5 AV5 AW5

TO CONTROL PANEL

R2

R2

FROM PLC

262

263

NFB1-B

S-A

L3

AW

L1

L2

AU

AV

MP-A

M1
M2

R2
T2

122

D24

BU

L3

L2

CW

CU
CV

L3

L2

L1

L1

BW

BV

MP-C

MP-B

M1
M2

M1
M2

R2
T2

134

D24

R2
T2

127

D24

BX BY BZ

COMP
MOTOR
B

BU BV BW

1M-B

MP
-B
VP
-B

Note

R2

2M-B

130

D24

88F3
-B

1
2
3
4

FM3
-B

S-B

51F3
-B
BU3 BV3 BW3

304

305 306

88F4
-B

FM4
-B

247

COOLING FANS SIGAL-B

245 246

THESE PARTS ARE LOCATED ON CHILLER BODY.


FROM/TO CONTROL PANEL.

3.

CX CY CZ

COMP
MOTOR
C

CU CV CW

1M-C

CC2

CC1

L1
L2
L3

VP-C

11
12
14

IT-C

135 D24 AI9 AIG3

135

D24

2M-C

1
2
3
4

FM1
-C

FM5
-B

FM2
-C

88F2
-C
51F2
-C
CU2 CV2 CW2

FM6
-B

AI9 AIG3

R2

R2

S-C

R2
T2
AI9
AIG

FM3
-C

51F3
-C
CU3 CV3 CW3

88F3
-C

R2

307 308 309

88F4
-C

261 262

263

88F6
-C

FM6
-C

MOLDED CASED CIRCUIT BREAKER


NO FUSE BREAKER
TRANSFORMER

3 NFB2
4

MAGNETIC CONTACTOR

ELECTRICAL PART LIST

FM5
-C

51F5
51F6
-C
-C
CU5 CV5 CW5 CU6 CV6 CW6

88F5
-C

2 NFB1

POWER PROTECTOR

AUX.RELAY CONTACT

11 51F1-8
12 FM1-8
14 KM1-3

THERMAL RELAY

10 88F1-8

COOLING FAN

COOLING FAN

9 CT

13 FAN

AMPERE TRANSDUCER
CURRENT TRANSFORMER
MAGNETIC CONTACTOR

8 IT

VP

EMERGERNCY STOP SWITCH


MOTOR PROTECT RELAY

5 PB
6 MP

TR

263
263

FROM CONTROL PANEL

1 1M,2M,S

FM4
-C

260

261 262
261 262

FROM CONTROL PNL

1000VA

COOLING FANS SIGAL-C

260
260

KM1 KM2 KM3


-C
-C
-C

307 308 309

307 308 309

51F4
-C
CU4 CV4 CW4

TO CONTROL PANEL

51F1
-C
CU1 CV1 CW1

CT-C

NFB1-C
CR1 CS1 CT1

VP
-C

135 D24 AI9 AIG3

MP
-C

MOTOR&POWER CURRENT-C
ACNORMAL SGL-CTRANSDUCER SGL. CONTACTOR SIGNAL-C

134
CONTROL PNL

BODY WIRING

134

STARTER PNL

88F1
-C

88F6
-B

BR0 BS0 BT0

3PH 380VAC 50/60HZ


MAIN POWER SUPPLY

51F5
51F6
-B
-B
BU5 BV5 BW5
BU6 BV6 BW6

88F5
-B

FROM CONTROL PANEL

51F4
-B
BU4 BV4 BW4

R2
T2
AI8
AIG

244

247

247

245 246

245 246

244
244

KM1 KM2 KM3


-B
-B
-B

304 305 306

304 305 306

CONTACTOR SIGNAL-B

R2

THESE PARTS ARE LOCATED IN CONTROL PANEL.

11
12
14

AI8 AIG

R2

2.

1.

L1
L2
L3

VP-B

BC2

IT-B

FM2
-B

FM1
-B

88F2
-B
51F2
-B
BU2 BV2 BW2

BC1

AIG

TO CONTROL PANEL

51F1
-B
BU1 BV1 BW1

CT-B

AI8
AI8 AIG

MOTOR&POWER
CURRENT-B
ABNORMAL SGL-B TRANSDUCER SGL.

127 130 D24


CONTROL PNL

BODY WIRING

127 130 D24

STARTER PNL

88F1
-B

BR1 BS1 BT1

3PH 380VAC 50/60HZ


BR0 BS0 BT0

MAIN POWER SUPPLY

TO PLC

51F1 51F2 51F3 51F4 51F5 51F6 51F7 51F8 51F1 51F2 51F3 51F4 51F5 51F6 51F1 51F2 51F3 51F4 51F5 51F6
-A
-B
-C
-B
-C
-C
-C
-C
-C
-A
-A
-A
-A
-A
-A
-A
-B
-B
-B
-B
321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340
88F 88F 88F 88F 88F 88F 88F 88F 88F 88F 88F 88F 88F 88F 88F 88F 88F 88F 88F 88F
4-B 5-B 6-B 1-C 2-C 3-C
4-C 5-C 6-C
1-A 2-A 3-A 4-A 5-A 6-A 7-A 8-A 1-B 2-B 3-B

T2 230

1
2
3
4

2M-A

IT-A

TO CONTROL
PANEL

T2

51F3
-A
AU3 AV3 AW3

380V 220V
R02
T2

TR

FM2
-A

FM1
-A

R01
T01

51F2
-A
AU2 AV2 AW2

10A

88F2
-A

51F1
-A
AU1 AV1 AW1

NFB2

R2

R2 T2

EMERGERNCY CTRL. PANEL MOTOR&POWER CURRENT-A


STOP SGL.
POWER ABNORMAL SGL-ATRANSDUCER SGL.

R2 R02
CONTROL PNL

BODY WIRING

STARTER PNL
R2 R02

88F1
-A

CT-A

AR1 AS1 AT1

NFB1-A

3PH 380VAC 50/60HZ


AR0 AS0 AT0

TO PLC

FAN

FROM PLC

Typical Starter Diagram-3 Compressor

R2
T2

STARTER PNL

BODY WIRING

CONTROL PNL

R22

PB

TR

R2

R2

T2

T2

30VA

3B

FG

FG

R33

3C

F2/2A

I-

CH2

AI7 AIG

FROM STARTER PANEL

FG

FG

24V 0V

EKD -A

ACOM AO1

R2

301 302 303

301 302 303

L-

L-

SW

RS

7B

I-

FG

COOLING FANS RUN/STOP


-A

C0

6A

OP
-A

LP
-A

OL
-A
111

HP
-A

MP
-A

VP
-A

V1 V2 V3

110

EKD
-A
LP
-B

112

HP
-B

T21

R21

OP
-B

113

OL
-B

MP
-B

L-

X3

Y2

Y3

IN
DVP-16SP
OUT

X2

I-

8B

Y4

X4

Y5

X5

8C

FG

FG

5
ETS

AI8 AIG

AI8 AIG

AI8 AIG

FROM STARTER PANEL

R2

R2

C0

L-

L-

VP
-B

EKD
-B
LP
-C

114

HP
-C
OP
-C

115

OL
-C

MP
-C

VP
-C

EKD
-C

I-

9C
FG

I-

Y2

L+

L+

L-

L-

I-

CH4

CH2

I-

304 305 306

304 305 306

Y5

X5

412

Y6

X6

Y7

X7

C0

FG

D24
COM

FROM PLC

ACOM AO3

ETS

COOLING FANS RUN/STOP


-B

244 245 246 247

244 245 246 247

- +
EP-C

134 135 D24

FOR CHW PUMP


START/STOP SGL

Y3

OUT

DVP-08SN
Y2

V+

AI9 AIG

AI9 AIG

FROM STARTER PANEL

R2

R2

FOR COMPRESSOR A
RUN/STOP INDICATION

Y4

CH

Y5

KM2
-B

Y6

Y7

C0

COM FG

CH4

CH2

COM FG

307 308 309

307 308 309

TO STARTER PANEL

COOLING FANS RUN/STOP


-C

260 261 262 263

260 261 262 263

V+

V+

D24 COM
24V 0V

Y2

Y3

OUT

DVP-08SN

XC

SW

Y4

Y5

Y6

Y7

I+

CH4

CH1

I+

AI7

IT-A
8 7

I+

AI8

IT-B
8 7

COM V+
AO2 ACOM

COM V+

TO EXD-B

I+

COM V+

AIG

AI9

IT-C
8 7

Y3

OUT

DVP-08SN
Y2

AIG

AO3 ACOM

COM

COM

Y4

260 261 262 263

Y1

FANS RUN SGL


-C

TO EXD-C

I+

CH6

CH3

I+

SV1 SV3 SV2


-C -C -C

CH2
DVP-06XA
CH5

COM V+

AIG

PY
-C

COM
D24

C0

FROM USER'S MCC

Y0

RS

101 D24 102 D24 103 D24

PU

250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257

Y1

KM2
-C

KM1 KM2 KM3 EC


-C -C -C -C

Y0

KM1 KM2 KM3


-C -C -C
260. 261 262 263

I+

I+

CONTACTOR SIGNAL
-C

R2

FOR COMPRESSOR C
RUN/STOP INDICATION

TO USER'S MCC

KM2
-A

FANS RUN SGL


-B

307 308 309

- +
CP-C

AI6

V+

DVP-04AD

COM FG

CH3

CH1

COM FG

AI4

CP-B
- +

PY SV1 SV3 SV2


-B -B -B -B

AI9 AIG

I+

Y1

FOR FAULT
INDICATION

401 402 403 404 405 406 407 408 409 410

FOR COMPRESSOR B
RUN/STOP INDICATION

240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247

Y0

MOTOR&POWER
CURRENT-C
ABNORMAL-C SGL TRANSDUCER SGL

MP VP
-C -C

AI5

V+

V+

134 135 D24

TO PLC

D24 136

24 25 26

24V 0V

EP-B
- +

I+

COM
D24

D24 COM AI3

KM1 KM2 KM3 EC


-B -B -B -B

509 510 511 512

5
EKD -C

TO STARTER PANEL

CONTACTOR SIGNAL
-B

Y4

X4

FG

10A 10B 10C

TE10

FANS RUN SGL


-A

20 21 22
CH

Y3

KM1 KM2 KM3


-B -B -B
244 245 246 247

304 305 306

24VAC

TE11

X3

IN
DVP-16SP
OUT

X2

TO ELEC.EXP.VALVE (ETS-C)

FG

Y1

X1

230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237

Y0

X0

CH1
DVP-04PT
CH3

9B

TE09

11A 11B 11C

L+

L+

R2

TO PLC

D24 131

24 25 26

MOTOR&POWER
CURRENT-B
ABNORMAL-B SGL TRANSDUCER SGL

MP VP
-B -B

127 130 D24

127 130 D24

FROM PLC

ACOM AO2

20 21 22
411

Y7

X7 S/S

SV1 SV3 SV2


-A -A -A

24V 0V

505 506 507 508

EKD -B
-

Y6

X6

D24 COM 9A

PY
-A

TO ELEC.EXP.VALVE (ETS-B)

I-

CH4

CH2

6B

6C

KM1 KM2 KM3 EC


-A -A -A -A

TE06

L-

Y1

X1

220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227

Y0

X0

TE08

8A

L+

L+

CH

XC

FG

24VAC

7C

230 231 232 233

230 231 232 233

230 231 232 233

TO PLC

I-

5C

Y1

X3 S/S

200 201

CH

Y0

OUT

X2

CH1
DVP-04PT
CH3

5B

D24 124

TO STARTER PANEL

CONTACTOR SIGNAL
-A

R2

301 302 303

C0

IN

X1

TE05

24 25 26

KM1 KM2 KM3


-A -A -A

FROM PLC

R2

410

ETS

PU

TE07

7A

L+

L+

D24 COM 5A

ACOM

501 502 503 504

20 21 22

CH

AI7 AIG

4C

2C

TO EXD-A

AO1

TO ELEC.EXP.VALVE (ETS-A)

4B

I-

DVP-10SX
D/A

A/D

X0

V0+ I0+ V1+ I1+ COM .

I-

CH4

AI7 AIG

24VAC

L-

L-

2B

TE04

4A

L+

L+

2A

TE02

RS-485

+ -

FS

FAN
-3

3
F.G
4

N.F.

COM 100 101 102 103 COM 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 COM 130 131 132 133 134 135 136

24V 0V V0+ I0+ V1+ I1+ S/S

AI2

D24 COM AI1

MOTOR&POWER
CURRENT-A
ABNORMAL-A SGL TRANSDUCER SGL

122 123 D24


MP VP
-A -A

122 123 D24

T23

I-

1C

CH1
DVP-04PT
CH3

TE03

L-

L-

1B

TE01

AC220/24V
R23

L+

3A

L+

24V 0V

D24 COM 1A

F1/5A

DVPPS02

D24 COM

FAN
-2

CP-A
- +

FAN
-1

EP-A
- +

KM2
-C

HQ
-C

342

24V 0V

KM2
-B

HQ
-B

341

R02 R2
R2 T2
EMERGERNCY CTRL. PANEL
STOP SGL
POWER

R02 R2

R02 R2

T21

R21

COM
D24

T21
R21

TP04

- + G 0 24
RS-485

HQ
-A

KM2
-A

1
2

FOR CHW PUMP


INTERLOCK

340

V0

FOR REMOTE
START/STOP SGL

R20
T20

FOR REMOTE
RESTART SGL

POWER 1PH 220VAC 50/60HZ


MCCB 10A

Y5

Y6

Y7

OL
OP

9
10

TE11

21

SV1
SV2

31

4.

3.

2.

1.

NOTE

PB

TR

39

42

V0-3

38

EC

F1-2

37

41

N.F.

36

EKD

MCCB

35

40

FAN

HQ
34

33

SV3

ETS

29
30
32

XC
PY

26

28

CH

25
27

IT
KM1-3

24

CP

23

EP

TE10

22

TE09
20

TE08

TE07

TE06

TE05

TE04

TE03

TE02

19

18

17

16

15

14

13

12

TE01

LP

11

HP

VP
MP

5
6

SW

3
RS

PU

FS

FROM USER

PT100

PT100

PT100

PT100

PT100

FROM/TO USER'S MCC

FROM/TO STARTER PANEL

LOCATED ON CHILLER BODY

SUPPLIED BY USERS

EMERGERNCY STOP SWITCH

ECONOMIZER SOLENOID VALVE

DRIVER MODULE -ETS

TRANSFORMER

VARISTER

FUSE

NOISE FILTER

MOLDED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKER

COOLING FANS

OIL HEATER

SOLENOID VALVE 50%

SOLENOID VALVE 75%

SOLENOID VALVE 25%

ELECTRONIC EXPANSIONV ALVE

SPRAY LIQUID SOLENOID VALVE

AUX.RELAY (FAULT)

AUX.RELAY (CHW PUMP)

AUX.RELAY (CONTACTOR)

CURRENT TRANSDUCER SIGNAL

COND PRESSURE TRANSMITTER

EVAP PRESSURE TRANSMITTER

EXHAUST TEMPREATURE SENSOR C PT100

SUCTION TEMPREATURE SENSOR C PT100

FIN TEMPERATURE SENSOR C

EXHAUST TEMPREATURE SENSOR B PT100

SUCTION TEMPREATURE SENSOR B PT100

FIN TEMPERATURE SENSOR B

EXHAUST TEMPREATURE SENSOR A PT100

SUCTION TEMPREATURE SENSOR A PT100

FIN TEMPERATURE SENSOR A

LCHW TEMPERATURE SENSOR

ECHW TEMPERATURE SENSOR

OIL DIFF. PRESSURE SWITCH

OIL LEVEL SWITCH

LOW PRESSURE SWITCH

HIGH PERSSURE SWITCH

MOTOR PROTECT RELAY

POWER PROTECT RELAY

FROM USER

FROM USER

CHW PUMP INTERLOCK SGL

REMOTE RESET SIGNAL

REMOTE START/STOP SIGNAL

FLOW SWITCH

ELECTRICAL PART LIST

Typical Schematic Diagram-3 Compressor

LS Air-Cooled Water Chillers

23

Interface Connection Diagram


Connection between starter panel and motor, connection between control panel and starter, connection between starter panel and
electrical actuator, connection between
control panel and pressure/temperature
transducer have been done in the factory. The dotted
LS'S WORKING SCOPE
USER'S WORK SCOPE
line box should be supplied by
user.
USER'S AUX.EQUIP.CONTROL PANEL
CHILLER CONTROL PANEL
LS'S WORKING SCOPE

USER'S WORK SCOPE

CHILLER CONTROL PANEL


LS'S WORKING SCOPE

1 Compressor

START/STOP SIGNAL
1)
NOTE
CHILLER
CONTROL
PANEL
FOR CHILLED
WATER PUMP

101
D24

PU NOTE
USER'S AUX.EQUIP.CONTROL
PANEL3)

101
D24
401
402

USER'S WORK SCOPE


PU NOTE 3)
USER'S AUX.EQUIP.CONTROL PANEL

START/STOP SIGNAL
FOR COMPRESSOR
CHILLED WATER PUMP
FOR
RUN/STOP INDICATION

401
101
402
403
D24
404

NOTE 2)
NOTE 1)

FOR
COMPRESSOR
START/STOP
SIGNAL
RUN/STOP INDICATION
FOR CHILLED WATER PUMP
FOR FLAUT INDICATION

403
401
404
402
407
408

NOTE 2)

FOR COMPRESSOR
FOR FLAUT
INDICATION
REMOTE
RUN/STOP
SINGLE
RUN/STOP
INDICATION

403
407
D24
404
408
102
D24
D24
103
102
407
D24
408
103
D24
102
D24
103

1)
NOTE
NOTE 2)

REMOTE RESET SINGLE


REMOTE RUN/STOP SINGLE
FOR FLAUT INDICATION
REMOTE RESET SINGLE
REMOTE RUN/STOP SINGLE

TERMINAL

REMOTE RESET SINGLE

TERMINAL

PU

NOTE 3)

SW
RS
SW
RS

NOTE 4)
NOTE 4)

SW
RS

NOTE 4)

TERMINAL

LS'S WORKING SCOPE

USER'S WORK SCOPE


USER'S AUX.EQUIP.CONTROL PANEL
USER'S WORK SCOPE

CHILLERLS'S
CONTROL
PANEL
WORKING
SCOPE

2 Compressor

101
D24

CHILLER CONTROL PANEL


LS'S WORKING SCOPE
START/STOP SIGNAL
1)
NOTE
CHILLER
CONTROL
PANEL
FOR CHILLED
WATER PUMP
1)
NOTE
NOTE 2)

NOTE 2)
NOTE 1)

NOTE 2)

START/STOP SIGNAL
FOR COMPRESSOR-A
CHILLED WATER PUMP
FOR
RUN/STOP INDICATION
FOR COMPRESSOR-B
RUN/STOP
INDICATION
FOR
COMPRESSOR-A
START/STOP
SIGNAL
RUN/STOP INDICATION
FOR CHILLED WATER PUMP
FOR COMPRESSOR-B
FLAUT INDICATION
FOR
RUN/STOP INDICATION
FOR COMPRESSOR-A
FOR FLAUT
INDICATION
REMOTE
RUN/STOP
SINGLE
RUN/STOP
INDICATION
FOR COMPRESSOR-B
REMOTE RESET
SINGLE
RUN/STOP
INDICATION
REMOTE RUN/STOP SINGLE
FOR FLAUT INDICATION
REMOTE RESET SINGLE
REMOTE RUN/STOP SINGLE

TERMINAL

REMOTE RESET SINGLE

TERMINAL

101
D24
401
402
401
101
402
403
D24
404
405
403
401
406
404
402
407
405
408
406
403
407
D24
404
408
102
405
D24
D24
406
103
102
407
D24
408
103
D24
102
D24
103

NOTE 3)
PU PANEL
USER'S AUX.EQUIP.CONTROL
USER'S WORK SCOPE
PU NOTE 3)
USER'S AUX.EQUIP.CONTROL PANEL
PU

NOTE 3)

SW
RS
SW
RS

NOTE 4)
NOTE 4)

SW
RS

NOTE 4)

TERMINAL

Note:
LS'S WORKING SCOPE

3 Compressor

USER'S WORK SCOPE


USER'S AUX.EQUIP.CONTROL PANEL
USER'S WORK SCOPE

CHILLERLS'S
CONTROL
PANEL
WORKING
SCOPE
101
D24

CHILLER CONTROL PANEL


LS'S WORKING SCOPE
START/STOP SIGNAL
1)
NOTE
CHILLER
CONTROL
PANEL
FOR CHILLED WATER PUMP
1)
NOTE
NOTE 2)

NOTE 2)
NOTE 1)

NOTE 2)

START/STOP SIGNAL
FOR COMPRESSOR-A
CHILLED WATER PUMP
FOR
RUN/STOP INDICATION
FOR COMPRESSOR-B
RUN/STOP
INDICATION
FOR
COMPRESSOR-A
START/STOP
SIGNAL
RUN/STOP INDICATION
FOR
FOR COMPRESSOR-C
CHILLED WATER PUMP
RUN/STOP
INDICATION
FOR COMPRESSOR-B
RUN/STOP INDICATION
FOR COMPRESSOR-C
FLAUT INDICATION
FOR
COMPRESSOR-A
RUN/STOP INDICATION
FOR COMPRESSOR-B
FOR FLAUT
INDICATION
REMOTE
RUN/STOP
SINGLE
RUN/STOP
INDICATION
FOR COMPRESSOR-C
REMOTE RESET
SINGLE
RUN/STOP
INDICATION
REMOTE RUN/STOP SINGLE
FOR FLAUT INDICATION
REMOTE RESET SINGLE

TERMINAL

REMOTE RUN/STOP SINGLE


REMOTE RESET SINGLE

TERMINAL

TERMINAL

24

LS Air-Cooled Water Chillers

101
D24
401
402
401
101
402
403
D24
404
405
403
401
406
404
407
402
405
408
406
410
407
403
411
404
408
405
410
D24
411
406
102
407
D24
D24
408
103
102
410
D24
411
103
D24
102
D24
103

NOTE 3)
USER'S AUX.EQUIP.CONTROL
PU PANEL
USER'S WORK SCOPE
PU NOTE 3)
USER'S AUX.EQUIP.CONTROL PANEL
PU

NOTE 3)

SW
RS
SW
RS

NOTE 4)
NOTE 4)

SW
RS

NOTE 4)

1. For start/stop peripheral equipment


- Contact description: below 250vac,0.1a
2. Indication of chiller operation
- Contact description: below 250vac,0.1a
3. Interlock contacts, supplied by user
- Contact description: no-voltage contact
(dry contact)
- Allowable contact resistance: max. 100ohm
4. Remote running/restart contact,
supplied by user
- Contact description: no-votage contact
(dry contact)
- Allowable contact resistance: max. 100ohm
5. Symbol definition
52C : Interlock of chilled water pump
SW : Remote run/stop switch
RS : Remote restart switch

Transportation, Handling and Hoisting


Note: All SA factory packaged liquid chillers are complete with a full charge of refrigerant and oil and have been tested and inspected

before shipment from the factory. Shipped Loose factory supplied accessories are packed in cartons and securely strapped to the base of

the chiller prior to shipment.

Immediately upon receiving your new SA chiller, please check that no damage has occurred due to transportation and ensure that any shipped

loose accessories are included with the chiller. If any discrepancies please notify the local office/ distributor and annotate the shipping

documents accordingly.

Transportation

Handling and Lifting

Trucks, Railcars and High Cube shipping containers can be


used to transport Model SA liquid chillers.
For International deliveries all units are loaded into standard
high cube shipping containers at the LS factory. This ensures
that the chiller arrives at its port of destination without
damage.
To unload the chiller from its shipping container, the container
must be (grounded) placed on a flat hard surface with at
least 15 meters of clear space in front of the container doors.
The chiller can then be pulled out of the container using
100mm diameter rollers under the base rails. Once clear of
the container the chiller can be lifted using hooks cables and
spreader bars as shown below.

Care should be taken to avoid rough handling or shock due to


impact or dropping the unit. Do not push or pull the unit from
anything other than the base. Never allow any part of the unit
to fall during unloading or moving as this may result in serious
damage.
To lift the unit, lifting holes are provided in the base of the
unit. Spreader bars and cables should be arranged to prevent
damage to the condenser coils or unit cabinet (see Figure 1).
Before moving the unit, make sure that the proper lifting
equipment for the installation of the chillers has been
arranged, and they can handle the total weight of the unit and
accessories.
While moving and lifting, the chiller must be kept level
horizontal.
Safety Note:


While lifting Model SA chillers, ensure that all the hooks


are securely engaged in their lifting holes. Do not stand
below units while they are being lifted and do not shake
or drop units heavily while positioning.

Figure 1

LS Air-Cooled Water Chillers

25

Outline Dimensional Drawings


SA075 Outline

SA0125 Outline

SA150 Outline

SA170, SA210 Outline

26

LS Air-Cooled Water Chillers

SA100 Outline

Outline Dimensional Drawings (Continued)


SA225 Outline

SA250, SA270 Outline

SA300 Outline

SA325, SA350 Outline

LS Air-Cooled Water Chillers

27

Installation Guide
Note: Installation and maintenance are to be performed only by qualified personnel who are familiar with local codes and regulations,

and experienced with this type of equipment.
CAUTION: Sharp edges and coil surfaces are a potential injury hazard. Avoid contact with them.

Unit location-Ventilation considerations


Care should be taken in the location of the unit to provide
proper airflow to the condenser. (See Figure 2 for required
clearances).
Due to the vertical condenser coil design of the LS chillers, it
is recommended that the unit be oriented so that prevailing
winds blow parallel to the unit length, thus minimizing the
wind effect on condensing pressure and performance and
wind baffles can be installed as a protection measure against
prevailing winds.
Using smaller clearances than shown in Figure 2 may cause
hot discharge air recirculation to the condenser and could
have a significant and detrimental effect on unit performance.
Air-cooled water chiller unit must be installed in the outdoor
at ground level or other well-ventilated places. When the
unit is placed near a wall, it is necessary to leave adequate
ventilation space as indicated in Figure 2 drawing below.

Figure2

To facilitate maintenance and ensure good ventilation, the


minimum clearances between the liquid chiller and any
enclosing walls must be provided. (Shown in figure 2 above).
To ensure adequate ventilation for the air cooled condenser,
the maximum height of any surrounding wall or solid
enclosure is 1800 mm. If the height is greater than 1800 mm
it may be necessary to install wind deflectors or condenser fan
discharge chimneys to avoid re-circulation of hot condenser
exhaust air.
If possible an extra clearance space should be provided at one
end of the chiller to facilitate the removal and replacement of
cooler tubes in case this repair is ever required. The total space
required for this operation is approximately half of the overall
length of the chiller (including the 2200mm shown in figure 2).
Please contact factory for exact clearance dimensions.
28

LS Air-Cooled Water Chillers

When 2 or more chillers are placed side by side, the distance


between chillers must be a minimum of 3500mm and the
distance between the opposite side of the chiller and the
enclosing wall must be increased to 2000mm (See figure 3).
Where multi-unit installations are exposed to a prevailing wind
blowing across (the width of ) the chillers it may be necessary
to install wind baffles or fan discharge chimneys to avoid recirculation of hot condenser exhaust air. In such cases please
contact the factory engineering department for advice and
guidance.
Where chillers are located on a ground level concrete slab it is
usual to position the chiller on neoprene anti vibration pads
and (if necessary) secure the chillers to the concrete with ragbolts. Foundation location bolt positions for each Model SA
chiller are shown in the following pages.
Where chillers are located in areas accessible to the public or
unauthorized persons, they should be enclosed by a security
fence to prevent damage to the chiller and injury to persons.
Where chillers are positioned on rooftops of hospitals,
auditoriums, residential buildings or other noise and vibration
sensitive areas, it may be necessary to provide special acoustic
enclosures and spring type anti-vibration mountings. These
mountings are available from LS as an accessory.
When chillers are positioned on rooftops, care should be
taken to avoid any contamination by exhaust air or gasses
from adjacent boiler flues or extract fans which may seriously
damage the chiller.
Do not mount electrical conduits, switchgear, pipe supports
or any other miscellaneous equipment directly on the chiller
or in a position that restricts airflow or access for service
technicians.

Figure3

Installation Guide (Continued)


Foundation
A drain channel should be provided around the perimeter of the chiller to ensure that rain and wash down water can quickly &
completely drain away.
To reduce noise and vibration transmission chillers should always be mounted on neoprene pads or spring bumper type AVMs.
Where spring type AVMs are used chilled water pipes MUST have flexible connections adjacent to the chillers to prevent vibration
transmission through the pipes and fatigue cracks developing in the cooler and chilled water piping.

Chiller Installation
Foundation bolt holes are provided in the base rails of model SA chillers at the position shown in the accompanying drawings.
However, it should be noted that where chillers are rigidly bolted to a supporting structure the incidence of noise and vibration
transmission is increased.
Where model SA chillers are positioned on a rigid and level concrete pad the chiller should always be mounted on the neoprene antivibration pads (supplied loose with the chiller). These pads are usually sufficient to prevent any lateral movement of the chiller on its
foundation without the need for anchor bolts. These pads will also effectively prevent the transmission of any slight noise or vibration
from the chiller to its supporting structure.
For installations on roofs or in noise sensitive areas (hospitals, studios & some residential areas) pre-selected spring bumper antivibration mountings (AVMs) are available as a factory option shipped loose for field installation. Some of the foundation bolt holes
in the chiller base rails are used to locate the load platform of the AVMs while the base of the AVMs should be rag bolted to the
supporting slab.

SA075 Foundation

SA100 Foundation

Base for square holes

SA125 Foundation

SA150 Foundation
Base for square holes

Base for square holes

Base for square holes

Base for square holes

Base for square holes

Base for square holes

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Base for square holes

for square
BaseBase
for square
holes holes
Base for square holes
Base for square holes

Installation Guide (Continued)


SA170, SA210 Foundation
Base for square holes

Base for square holes


Base for square holes
Base for square holes
Base for square holes

SA225 Foundation
Base for square holes

Base for square holes

Base for square holes


Base for square holes
Base for square holes

SA250, SA270 Foundation

SA300 Foundation

SA325, SA350 Foundation

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Installation Guide (Continued)


Water Piping
Design of the chilled water piping system is very important.
The installation must be made by professionals as any incorrect
pipeline design and installation may affect the performance of
the liquid chiller or even lead to serious damage.
For most air conditioning comfort cooling applications a
closed loop chilled water piping system is used. The basic
components of this system include chilled water pumps,
isolating valves, check valves, expansion tank and terminal
equipment (Air Handling & Fan Coil units) The expansion tank
should be installed in the return water system and the water
level inside this tank should be at least 1 meter higher than all
other parts of the system. The expansion tank should not be
sealed or pressurized.
Since Model SA chillers utilize accessible flooded type coolers
they can also be used in OPEN type air conditioning system
using air-washers (instead of conventional AHUs ) as used in
textile, tobacco and some industrial process factories.). In such
cases special arrangements should be made to filter out any
contaminates in the return water and chemical treatment may
be needed to maintain a neutral Ph value in the chilled water
circuit.
Inlet and outlet chilled water connections on Model SA chillers
are clearly marked and must be connected according to the
signs.
Shutoff valves must be installed in supply and return water
pipes adjacent to the chiller to permit isolation of the chiller
for maintenance (see figure 4).
Flexible connections should be installed in supply and return
chilled water piping to prevent the transmission of noise and
vibration (see figure 4) N.B. This is a mandatory requirement
where the chiller is mounted on spring type AVMs (anti
vibration mountings).
External pipes and accessories should not be fixed t o the
chiller unit and must be independently supported to prevent
damage to the chiller.
Chilled water strainers must be installed in the supply pipe to
the chiller to prevent debris entering, blocking and possibly
damaging the cooler (see figure 4).
All chilled water pipes and accessories should be properly

insulated and vapour sealed to prevent atmospheric


condensation.
For installations where ambient temperatures can fall to 0c
or below arrangements must be made to prevent cooler and
chilled water piping freezing up.

Electrical installation
The electrical connections for Model SA chillers must be
designed and installed by a professional electrician.
Models SA chillers are available to operate from a range of
50 and 60Hz electricity supplies (see page 2 for details). The
maximum allowable voltage fluctuation is 5%.
Unit power uses 3 phase 4 wire system. For the security, all
units must be connected to the ground (earth).
Electric lines and cables should be sized according to locally
approved codes and standards. Each chiller should have its
own independent supply cable.
Where chillers are mounted in exposed positions (hilltops,
building rooftops, etc.) consideration should be given to
installing lightning arrestors.

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Repair and Maintenance


Unit repair and routine maintenance
Regularly remove the dust from the chiller surface and
various exposed pipelines and repair any water, refrigerant or
oil leakage as soon as the leaks are discovered. In corrosive
atmospheres (ocean side or industrial locations) particular
attention should be paid to corrosion occurring on exposed
parts. Anti-corrosion paint should be applied if necessary.
Frequently check all fasteners and if found loose they should
be immediately re-tightened to eliminate vibration and
potential leakage caused by vibration.
Regularly check that any voltage imbalance between the 3
phases is within the acceptable limits.
Periodically check that all electrical connections are tight.
Temperature changes can cause electrical connections to
become loose causing overheating and eventual failure of the
component. Isolate electrical supply before performing these
checks.
Maintain the integrity of thermal insulation on coolers, chilled
water pipes and low temperature refrigerant pipes. This will
prevent atmospheric condensation with resulting corrosion
and loss of cooling efficiency.
Regularly smear a little grease on the valve bearings and
moving parts and a few drops of lubricating oil on rotating
shafts, door hinges and lock to avoid corrosion and seizure.
Regularly monitor and record the principle operating values of
temperature pressure, voltage and current consumption.
If the chiller is exposed to ambient temperatures of 0c or
below, electrical trace heaters must be applied to the cooler
(available as a factory fitted option) and associated chilled
water pipe work to prevent freezing of the chilled water.
Alternatively the chilled water shut off valves should be closed
and all water drained out of the cooler. Drain valves are fitted
to the bottom of the cooler water boxes for this purpose.

The initial vibration analyzer test provides a benchmark of the


compressor and when performed routinely can give a warning
of impending problems.

Condensers
The condensers are air-cooled and constructed of 3/8
(9. 52mm) OD internally finned copper tubes bonded
in a staggered pattern into louvered aluminum fins. No
maintenance is ordinarily required except the routine removal
of dirt and debris from the outside surface of the fins. LS
recommend the use of foaming coil cleaners available at most
air conditioning supply outlets. Use caution when applying
such cleaners as they may contain potentially harmful
chemicals. Care should be taken not to damage the fins
during cleaning.
If the service technician has reason to believe that the
refrigerant circuit contains non-condensable, purging may be
required strictly following Clean Air Act regulations governing
refrigerant discharge to the atmosphere.
The purge valve is located on the vertical coil header on gas
side of the condenser. Purge with the unit off, after shutdown
of 15 minutes or longer, to allow air to collect at the top of the
coil. Restart and run the unit for a brief period. If necessary,
shut unit off and repeat the procedure. Follow accepted
environmentally sound practices when removing refrigerant
from the unit.
Attention: When charging liquid refrigerant into the
condenser, the condenser fans and chilled water pump
must be kept running to prevent excessive pressure in the
condenser and freezing-up of the evaporator.

Filter-Drier

The operation and maintenance


of components
Compressor Maintenance
Since the compressor is semi-hermetic, yearly compressor
maintenance is not normally required. However, vibration is an
excellent check for proper mechanical operation. Compressor
vibration is an indicator of the requirement for maintenance and
contributes to a decrease in unit performance and efficiency.
It is recommended that the compressor be checked with a
vibration analyzer at or shortly after start-up and again on an
annual basis. When performing the test the load should be
maintained as closely as possible to the load of the original test.
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In order to ensure the best working state of the unit, the


interior of the cooling system must be clean and free from
any moisture (water). To remove all moisture the refrigeration
system has been evacuated to a maximum pressure of 0.05
mbar before changing with refrigerant in the factory. When
the chiller is operational the Filter-Drier which is installed in the
liquid refrigerant pipeline between the liquid shut-off valve &
electronic expansion valve removes any residual moisture and
acids and solid particles as small as 10 microns. The filter drier
core should be replaced during annual maintenance operations
& any time that the moisture indicator sight glass changes
colour from GREEN to YELLOW.

Repair and Maintenance (Continued)


Liquid sight glass
The liquid refrigerant sight glass in installed in the liquid
refrigerant pipeline between the filter drier and the electronic
expansion valve. It provides a visual indication of liquid
refrigerant flow and also the presence of gas bubbles which
indicate low refrigerant charge, a system blockage or the
presence of non-condensable gasses in the system. The
presence of moisture (water) in the system is indicated when
the green spot in the sightglass changes its colour to yellow.

Refrigerant and Oil


The correct operating amount of refrigerant R-134a and
lubricating oil is charged into the chiller at the LS factory before
testing and shipment of the finished chiller. Under normal
circumstances it will not be necessary to add to or replace this
refrigerant and oil during the working life of the chiller. If the
chiller is damaged allowing refrigerant and/or oil to leak out
of the chiller then LS professional service technicians should
be called in to identify and repair the leak and replace the lost
refrigerant and oil.

Cooler
The heat exchanger used with Model SA liquid chillers is of
the flooded shell and tube type with the chilled water passing
through the copper heat exchanger tubes. These tubes should
be mechanically brush cleaned annually to maintain optimum
cooling efficiency and more frequently if the chilled water is
contaminated.

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Guide Specifications
PART 1 GENERAL
1.01 SCOPE

The requirements of the General Conditions, Supplementary Conditions


and Drawings apply to all work herein.

1.02 SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS

Factory packaged air cooled liquid chillers incorporating low noise twin
screw compressor(s) and low noise fans.

1.03 QUALITY ASSURANCE

Unit shall be rated in accordance with ARI Standard 550/590 (USA)


Unit construction shall comply with ASHRAE 15 Safety Code, UL 1995
and applicable ASME Codes (USA).
Unit shall be manufactured in a facility registered to ISO 9001:2000
Manufacturing Quality Standard.
The packaged chiller shall be pressure and leak test, evacuated and
fully charged with refrigerant and oil, and shall be factory operational
run tested at full and part load at specific jobsite design ambient
temperature.
Chiller manufacturer shall have factory trained and supported service
organisation local to the chiller installation to provide commissioning
and service support throughout the manufacturers warranty period.
Manufacturer shall warrant all equipment and material of its supply
against defects in workmanship and material for a period of 12
months from initial start-up.

1.04 DELIVERY AND HANDLING

Unit shall be delivered to jobsite fully assembled, charged with


refrigerant and oil by Manufacturer or Manufacturers authorized agent.
During shipment the chiller will be provided with protective coverings
to vulnerable components (condenser coils, cooler nozzles, control
center etc.)
Unit shall be handled, transported and stored in accordance with
Manufacturers instructions.

Unit should be capable of starting up with fluid entering temperature


to the cooler of 32C (95F)

2.04 UNIT CONSTRUCTION

Unit base frame shall be constructed of 100 to 200mm rolled steel


channel sections welded and bolted to form rigid load bearing
framework to support all major unit components and safe lifting
platform. Frame shall be shot blasted after welding and finished
with corrosion resistant primer and air drying epoxy based enamel.
Condenser coil frameworks, cabinet and control center cabinet shall
be of heavy gauge galvanised sheet steel with oven baked powder
coating capable of withstanding 500 hour salt spray test in accordance
with A.S.T.M. (USA) B-117 Standard.

2.05 MOTOR COMPRESSOR ASSEMBLY

Shall comprise semi-hermetic rotary twin screw type directly driven


by suction gas cooled accessible semi-hermetic motor at 2950 RPM.
Motor shall have inherent overload protection buried in windings
and external current overloads. Capacity control to be modulating
slide valve, factory set to provide 4 capacity steps (per compressor).
Compressor housing of precision machined cast iron incorporating,
discharge muffler, oil separator, lubricating oil sump with auxiliary oil
heater.

2.06 COOLER

Shall be of the flooded shell and tube type with removable heads and
mechanically cleanable tubes of seamless copper with internally and
externally enhanced surfaces. Tubes shall be mechanically expanded
into multiple grooves in tube sheets. Cooler will incorporate one, two
or three independent refrigerant circuits with a common chilled liquid
multi-pass circuit arrangement. Coolers will be factory insulated with
20mm (optional 50) closed cell insulation with all joints vapour sealed
and water drain and vent taps in cooler heads.

2.07 AIR COOLED CONDENSER(S)

The equipment shown on the drawings is based on the model SA


air cooled liquid chiller as manufactured by the LS MTRON CORP.
Alternative manufacturers equipment may be acceptable providing
this complies with these specifications and the scheduled performance
and is approved by project owner and his authorized representative.

Each refrigerant circuit shall be provided with its own condenser


assembly comprising four individual coils arranged in an inverted M
formation. Coil construction is to be of internally enhanced seamless
copper tubes mechanically bonded to louvered aluminium alloy fins.
Fins to have hydrophilic and corrosion resistant surface treatment.
Low sound condenser fans shall be of pressed and formed aluminium
alloy securely fastened to rust less steel hubs with the whole assembly
statically and dynamically balanced. High efficiency 6 pole, 3 phase
fan motors with class F insulation and totally enclosed permanently
lubricated bearings.

2.02 EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION

2.08 REFRIGERATION SYSTEM COMPONENTS

PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.01 GENERAL

Supply and install and commission as shown on the drawings and


schedules complete factory assembled, charged and operationally
tested air cooled screw compressor chiller(s) as specified herein. Chiller
shall include one or more independent refrigeration circuits, semihermetic twin screw compressors(s), shell and tube liquid cooler, air
cooled condense(s), Refrigerant R-134a, lubrication system and oil,
interconnecting piping and wiring and lockable control center housing
safety, operating and capacity controls necessary for the safe automatic
operation of the liquid chiller.

2.03 OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS

Unit shall be capable of starting-up and running in outdoor ambient


temperatures from -18 to 52C (0 to 125F)
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Shall include replaceable filter drier, moisture indicating sight glass,


electronic expansion valve, suction, discharge and liquid line service
valves and complete operating charge of refrigerant R-134a and
lubricating oil. Each refrigeration circuit in the cooler shall be fitted with
double relief valves with changeover cock.

2.09 CONTROL CENTER

Shall be mounted on one end of the unit (opposite to that of the


cooler connections) and shall comprise an enamelled steel enclosure to
IP-54 with separate power (high voltage) section with door interlocked
isolators and a control (low voltage) section, housing microprocessor,
LCD display and safety controls. All doors to be key lockable. Power
Section shall contain closed transition star delta starters for each

Guide Specifications (Continued)


compressor and fan contactors all with thermal and current overloads
for each phase. For applications in design ambient temperatures above
46C (115F) the Control Center shall be provided with an independent
cooling system to protect the operational and safety controls from
excessive temperature rise (sun baking).

2.10 CONTROLS, SAFETIES AND DIAGNOSTICS


2.10.1 CONTROLS
Chiller controls shall include the following minimum requirements
aaa Microprocessor with permanent memory (battery back up system
not accepted)
bbb Separate terminal block and supply for power and controls
ccc Separate 220 volt supply to serve all controllers, relays and control
components.
ddd ON/OFF control switch.
eee Replaceable solid state controllers.
fff Pressure sensors and transducers to measure suction, intermediate
economiser, discharge and oil pressures. Thermistors to measure
cooler entering and leaving fluid temperatures and outside ambient
temperatures.

2.10.2 CONTROL FUNCTIONS


Unit control functions shall include the following:
aaa Automatic circuit lead/lag.
bbb Capacity control based on leaving chilled fluid temperature Limiting
the chilled fluid temperature pull down rate at start-up to an
adjustable range of 0.2F to 2F (0.1. to 1.1C) per minute to prevent
excessive demand spikes at start-up.
ccc One day time schedule
ddd Leaving chiller fluid temperature reset from return fluid and outside
air temperature
eee Chilled water pump start / stop control.
fff Chiller control for parallel chiller applications without addition of
hardware modules and control panels (requires thermistors).
ggg Timed maintenance scheduling to signal maintenance activities for
strainer maintenance and user-defined maintenance activities.
hhh Low ambient protection to energize cooler heaters (heaters are
optional).
iii Single step demand limit control activated by remote contact
closure.

2.10.3 DIAGNOSTICS
aaa The control panel shall include, as standard a display:

- Portable hand held display module with a minimum of 4 lines and

20 characters per line, in clear English.

- Display menus shall provide clear language descriptions of all

menu items, operating modes, configuration points and alarm

diagnostics.
bbb Information included for display shall be:

- Compressor lockout.

- Low fluid flow.

- Cooler freeze protection.(option)

- Thermistor and transducer malfunction.

- Entering and leaving-fluid temperature.

- Evaporator and condenser pressure.

- System refrigerant temperatures.

- Chiller run hours

- Compressor run hours

- Compressor number of starts

- Compressor current.
- Time of day:
111Display module, in conjunction with the microprocessor, must
also be capable of displaying the output (result) of a service test.
Service test shall verify operation of every switch, thermistor, fan
and compressor before chiller is started.
222Diagnostics shall include the ability to review a list of the 30
most recent alarms with clear language description of the alarm
event.
333The chiller controller shall include one connection part for
communicating with the local equipment network.
444The control system shall allow software upgrade without the
need for new hardware modules.

2.10.4 SAFETIES:
aaa Unit shall be equipped with thermistors and all necessary
components in conjunction with the control system to provide the
unit with the following protections:

- Reverse rotation

- Low chilled fluid temperature

- Motor over temperature

- High pressure

- Electrical overload

- Loss of phase
bbb Condenser fan motors shall have internal over current protection.

2.11 ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS:

aaa Unit primary electrical supply shall enter the unit at a single location
(some chiller voltage/size combinations require 2 power supplies).
bbb Primary electrical power supply shall be rated to operate up to 125F
(52C) ambient temperature.
ccc Unit shall operate on 3-phase power at the voltage shown in the
equipment schedule.
ddd Control points shall be accessed through terminal block.
eee Unit shall be shipped with factory control and power wiring installed.

2.12 CHILLED WATER CIRCUIT:

aaa Chilled water circuit shall be rated for 150 psig (1034 kPa)
bbb Electronic thermal proof of flow switch shall be factory installed
and wired.

2.13 SPECIAL FEATURES


2.13.1 UNIT-MOUNTED NON-FUSED DISCONNECT:
Unit shall be supplied with factory-installed, door interlocked nonfused electrical disconnect for main power supply.

2.13.2 CLIMATIX CONTROL:


Unit shall be supplied with field-installed interface device that allows
any controller to read values in system elements connected to the
CLIMATIX Communication Bus using its RS-485 connection.

2.13.3 MODBUS TRANSLATOR CONTROL:


Unit shall be supplied field-installed interface between the chiller and a
MODBUS Local Area Network.

2.13.4 LON TRANSLATOR CONTROL:


Unit shall be supplied with field-installed interface between the chiller
and a Local Operating Network (LON, i.e., LonWorks FT-10A ANSI/EIA709.1).
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