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COAIRE M-Series

ROTARY SCREW AIR COMPRESSORS


EXTROLLER Control System

MAINTENANCE MANUAL AND PARTS LIST

MODEL CHSA-7.5M CHSA-15M CHSA-10M CHSA-20M

SERIAL NO. : MODEL NO. :

MODEL CHSA-15CHSA-20M CHSA-25M CHSA-30M

COAIRE TECHNOLOGIES, CORPORATION


For proper and safe use of the compressor, please follow all instructions and safety precautions as identified in this manual, along with general safety regulations and practices.

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Printed in U.S.A.

SAFETY AND PRECAUTIONS


Before you install the air compressor you should take the time to carefully read all the instructions contained in this manual. Electricity and compressed air have the potential to cause severe personal injury or property damage. Before installing, wiring, starting, operating or making any adjustments, identify the components of the air compressor using this manual as a guide. The operator should use common sense and good working practices while operating and maintaining this unit. Follow all procedures and piping accurately. Understand the starting and stopping sequences. Check the safety devices in accordance with the following procedures contained in this manual. Maintenance should be done by qualified personnel, accurately with proper tools. Follow the maintenance schedule as outlined in the manual to ensure problem free operation after start up.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS BEFORE INSTALLING THE COMPRESSOR OR PERFORMING ANY MAINTENANCE READ THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY. WARNINGS
COMPRESSED AIR AND ELECTRICITY ARE DANGEROUS. BEFORE DOING ANY WORK ON THIS UNIT, BE SURE THE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY HAS BEEN SHUT OFF(LOCKED AND TAGGED) AND THE ENTIRE COMPRESSOR SYSTEM HAS BEEN VENTED OF ALL PRESSURE. 1. Do not remove the cover, loosen or remove any fittings, connections or devices when this unit is operating or in operation. Hot liquid and air that are contained within this unit under pressure can cause severe injury or death. 2. The compressor has high and dangerous voltage in the motor, the starter and control box. All installations must be in accordance with recognized electrical procedure. Before working on the electrical system, ensure that the system's power has been shut off by use of a manual disconnect switch. A circuit breaker or fuse switch must be provided in the electrical supply line to be connected to the compressor. The preparation work for installation of this unit must be done in suitable grounds, maintenance clearance and lighting arrestors for all electrical components. 3. Do not operate the compressor at a higher discharge pressure than those specified on the compressor nameplate. If so an overload will occur. This condition will result in electric motor compressor shutdown. 4. Use only safety solvent for cleaning the compressor and auxiliary equipment. 5. Install a manual shut off valve(isolation type) in the discharge line for service work. 6. Whenever pressure is released through the safety valve during operation, it is due to excessive pressure in the system. The cause of excessive pressure should be checked and immediately corrected. 7. Before doing any mechanical work on the compressor, a) Shut down the unit. b) Electrically isolate the compressor by use of the manual disconnect switch in the power line to the unit. Lock and tag the switch so that it cannot be operated. c) Release all compressed air within the system and isolate the unit from any other sources of air. 8. Allowing the unit lubricants to enter into the plant air system must be avoided at all times. Air line separators, which are properly selected and installed, can reduce any liquid carry-over close to zero. 9. Before starting the compressor, the maintenance instructions should be thoroughly read and understood. 10. After maintenance work is completed, covers must be securely closed. 11. For questions contact your distributor before proceeding.

STATEMENT OF WARRANTY TERMS & CONDITIONS


COAIREs screw air compressors are warranted to be free of defects in materials and workmanship under proper use, installation, and application. This warranty shall be for a period of 15 months from date of shipment from our factory or other stocking facilities or 12 months from date of installation. Proof of installation date will be required. All air compressors outside the U.S. and Canada carry a parts only warranty. ALL FREIGHT DAMAGE CLAIMS ARE NOT THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE MANUFACTURER AND ARE NOT COVERED UNDER WARRANTY AS ALL PRODUCTS ARE SHIPPED F.O.B. SHIPPER. PLEASE DIRECT ALL FREIGHT CLAIMS TO THE SHIPPER IN QUESTION. MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENTS ADJUSTMENTS PRESSURE SETTINGS AND MAINTENANCE OF FLOAT AND AUTOMATIC DRAINS AND OIL COOLER COILS ARE CONSIDERED TO BE ROUTINE MAINTENANCE AND THEREFORE NON-WARRANTABLE ITEMS AND ARE THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE END USER. CONSULT THE INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL FOR THE ADJUSTMENT AND MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES. This warranty does not apply to any unit damaged by accident, modification, misuse, negligence, or misapplication. Damage to heat exchangers by exposure to ammonia, any other corrosive substance or sub-freezing environment will be considered misuse. Any air compressors part or material found defective will be repaired, replaced or refunded, at the sellers option free of charge, provided that COAIRE is notified within the above stated warranty period. All returns of allegedly defective equipment must have prior written authorization. Said authorization may be obtained through our air compressor service department. All air compressors, parts, materials must be returned freight prepaid to the Manufacturers factory within 30 days of return authorization date. Any shipment returned to the factory collect will be refused. If an item is found to be warrantable, the repaired item or replacement will be returned normal ground freight prepaid within the continental United States and Canada. Expedited shipment costs are the responsibility of the requestor. Any replacement part or material is warranted only to the extent of the remaining warranty period of the air compressor or to the extent as provided by the supplier, whichever is longer.

Identification Plate
The identification plate is located on the side of the air compressor and shows all the primary data of the machine. Upon installation, fill in the table on the previous page with all the data shown on the identification plate. This data should always be referred to when calling the manufacturer or distributor. The removal or alteration of the identification plate will void the warranty rights.

DISCLAIMER
The warranty does not cover any responsibility or liability for direct or indirect damages to persons, or equipment caused by improper usage or maintenance, and is limited to manufacturing defects only. Refer to COAIRE Warranty policy manual for travel, mileage and special charge considerations. The warranty will be immediately voided if there are changes or alterations to the air compressor.

WHO TO CONTACT IF YOU HAVE A WARRANTY CLAIM:


COAIRE Technologies, Corporation Phone Fax (562) 463-3935 (562) 463-4928

All freight damage claims should be filed within 15 working days and should be directed to the carrier.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter . General information 1-1. Instruction ................................................................................................................................................... 1-2. Screw compression process ..................................................................................................................... 1-3. Compressed air flow ................................................................................................................................. 1-4. Cooling air flow ......................................................................................................................................... 1-5. Oil separation ............................................................................................................................................ 1-6. Oil flow ...................................................................................................................................................... 1-7. Oil scavenge flow ..................................................................................................................................... 1-8. Standard Specifications ............................................................................................................................ 1-9. Installation and wiring .............................................................................................................................. Chapter . Operating instructions 2-1. Operating panel .......................................................................................................................................... 2-2. Initial start-up ............................................................................................................................................ 2-3. Daily operation ........................................................................................................................................... 2-4. Standard factory settings of control components .................................................................................... 2-5. Operation and control sequence ............................................................................................................... Chapter . Functional Description 3-1. Compressor air-end ................................................................................................................................... 3-2. Drive motor ................................................................................................................................................. 3-3. V-Belt drive ............................................................................................................................................... 3-4. Capacity control ......................................................................................................................................... 3-5. Lubrication system ..................................................................................................................................... 3-6. After cooler/oil cooler ................................................................................................................................ 3-7. Oil separator ............................................................................................................................................... 3-8. Oil Filter ...................................................................................................................................................... 3-9. Thermostatic Valve .................................................................................................................................... 3-10. Min. Pressure Valve ................................................................................................................................. 3-11. Air Intake Filter ....................................................................................................................................... 3-12. Instrument Panel ....................................................................................................................................... 3-13. Starter and control box ............................................................................................................................. 3-14. Safety device ............................................................................................................................................. Chapter . Scheduled Maintenance 4-1. Standard maintenance schedule .................................................................................................................. 4-2. Control of lubrication ................................................................................................................................... Chapter . Trouble shooting 5-1. Trouble symptoms and solutions ................................................................................................................ 5-2. Operation record form ................................................................................................................................. Chapter . Corrective maintenance 6-1. Oil filter ........................................................................................................................................................ 6-2. Suction filter ............................................................................................................................................... 6-3. Oil separator element .................................................................................................................................. 6-4. Oil seal ......................................................................................................................................................... 6-5. Min. Pressure valve .................................................................................................................................... 6-6. Suction control valve .................................................................................................................................. 6-7. Cooling fan ................................................................................................................................................... 6-8. Oil temperature regulating valve ................................................................................................................ 6-9. V-Belt .......................................................................................................................................................... 6-10. Pressure transmitter ................................................................................................................................ 6-11. Safety valve ............................................................................................................................................... Appendix A. Compressor Part List ..................................................................................................................................... B. Parts List ....................................................................................................................................................... C. Wiring Diagram .............................................................................................................................................. D. Outline Drawing ...............................................................................................................................................

1 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 4

8 9 9 10 11

12 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 15 15 15

16 17

19 21

22 23 23 23 24 24 24 24 25 26 26

27 30 38 39

CHAPTER I GENERAL INFORMATION


1-1. INSTRUCTION. COAIRE screw air compressor unit is a complete package type driven by an electric motor. It is single stage, oil injected, rotary screw type with all components full piped, wired and mounted on a common base; it is a very self-contained air compressor package.

1-2. SCREW COMPRESSION PROCESS

1-2-1. SUCTION PROCESS. Along with the rotation of the rotor, air is admitted fully into the void of two rotors through the suction port. The void is then isolated from the suction port with the casing wall, thereby completing the suction process.

Fig 1-1. Suction Process

1-2-2. COMPRESSION PROCESS. The air in the void is compressed as the male rotor lobe meshes between the female rotor lobes and squeezes the air against discharge cover. Fig 1-2. Compression Process

1-2-3. OIL INJECTION PROCESS. As pressure builds, oil is injected into the compression area and onto the bearings, and shaft seal, serving to lubricate, absorb compression heat and seal the rotors.

Fig 1-3. Oil Injection Process

1-2-4. DISCHARGE PROCESS. Compression continues as the rotor rotates. When the void comes to the discharge port provided in the discharge chamber, the compressed air is discharged through the port. While this process is occurring with one inter-lobe space, the other spaces are following the same cycle. Therefore, air is compressed continuously. Fig 1-4. Discharge Process

1-3. COMPRESSED AIR FLOW. The panel has an intake duct through which air is drawn into the enclosure. Airflows through an air intake filter, intake silencer and suction control valve to the air-end suction port. Air then is compressed by the rotation of the male rotor, and oil is injected into the air-end during compression process. The injected oil performs various functions, such as, sealing, cooling as well as lubricating. The air/oil mixture leaves the air-end through the discharge port and flows into the oil separator where the oil is separated from the compressed air. Compressed air leaves the oil separator, and is supplied to discharge connection of the unit via minimum pressure valve, after-cooler and liquid separator.

1-4. COOLING AIR FLOW. The air-cooled unit comprises a forced ventilation system with a cooling fan, which is driven by an electric motor. First, the cooling air removes the heat generated from the main motor, air end, etc. The cooling air is then forced into the oil and after-cooler by cooling fan. After the heat exchange, the hot air flows through the ventilation duct and is exhausted from the ventilation louvers in the panel.

1-5. OIL SEPARATION. Primary separation: Most of the oil is separated from air by the impact at the inner wall of the oil separator and by the fluid cyclonic effect. After primary separation, the heavy oil falls and is collected in the oil sump at the bottom of the oil separator. Secondary separation: The air, which still contains fine oil particles, flows through the oil separator element where the oil forms into large particles and is collected at the bottom of the element shell. Then, clean air leaves the oil separator.

1-6. OIL FLOW. The oil, which is collected in the oil sump at the bottom of the oil separator, is circulated through the lubrication system by the pressure differential existing between the oil separator and the air-end. The oil temperature control valve is a bypass valve. When the oil is cold, the oil bypasses the oil cooler partly or completely and is sent to the oil filter. When the oil is hot, 185 F(85C) or more, the oil flows into the oil cooler unless by-pass, the compression chamber and lubrication parts of the air-end. Oil injected via the internal oil hole is provided into the intermesh among male rotor, female rotor and the rotor casing, the shaft seal, suction side and discharge side bearings.

1-7. OIL SCAVENGE FLOW. After oil is separated from the air and collected in the element shell of the oil separator, it is scavenged to the compression chamber of the air-end by the internal pressure differential so that the oil carry-over in the discharged air can be controlled within the allowable limit.

Air Cleaner

Solenoid Valve

Oil Separator

Min. Pressure

PT

After Cooler

Only 15 ~ 30HP

Oil Separator Tank


TS PI

Oil Filter
Symbol

Thermostat Valve

PT : Pressure Transmitter TS : Temperature Sensor PI : Pressure Indicator M : Motor

Oil Cooler

Fig 1-5. Operating flow diagram 1-8. STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS


MODEL ITEM Motor output Kw(HP) Discharge pressure psi(g) Air delivery cfm Compressor speed RPM Oil flow rate gpm Ambient temperature Discharge air temperature Driving method Voltage V Frequency Hz Starting method Oil sump capacity gal Noise level dB(A) Weight lbs Dimensions(WDH) in Air outlet piping size in CHSA-7.5M 110 29.0 5250 5.5(7.5) 125 26.5 4720 4.0 150 23.0 4350 110 38.5 6950 CHSA-10M CHSA-15M 7.5(10) 11(15) 125 150 110 125 150 36.0 31.0 57.0 52.0 46.0 6380 5950 6450 6200 5550 5.3 8.0 32115 Inlet air temperature + 27(MAX) V-Belt V-Belt 3Ph(1Ph), 208-230V 3Ph, 208-230/460V 60 Direct on Start 0.7 0.7 1.1 68 70 71 300 310 420 1724.5/8x32.5/8 28.3/4x41.3/8x42.1/8 3/4 1

MODEL ITEM Motor output Kw(HP) Discharge pressure psi(g) Air delivery cfm Compressor speed RPM Oil flow rate gpm Ambient temperature Discharge air temperature Driving method Voltage V Frequency Hz Starting method Oil sump capacity gal Noise level dB(A) Weight lbs Dimensions(WDH) in Air outlet piping size in

CHSA-20M 110 73.4 8280 15(20) 125 68.0 7900 8.5 150 64.0 7500 110

CHSA-25M 19(20) 125 150 110 125.3 5700

CHSA-30M 22(30) 125 115.0 5380 11.9 150 108.0 5160

11.9 32115 Inlet air temperature + 27(MAX) V-Belt V-Belt 3Ph, 208-230/ 460 60 Direct on Start 1.1 1.3 1.3 72 73 73 450 550 630 28.3/4x41.3/8x42.1/8 31.1/2x47.1/4x49.7/8 1 1

1-9. INSTALLATION AND WIRING. Upon delivery, carefully check the air compressor unit(s) for damage during transportation. 1-9-1. HANDLING. When handling by a forklift, make sure that forks completely extend through the width of the unit. When handling by a shop crane, use the openings provided on common base where slings or steel wire ropes can be use for lifting.

Fig 1-6. Handling by forklift truck

Fig 1-7. Handling by shop crane 1-9-2. LOCATION. The unit should be installed in a dry, well ventilated area dust-free environment. The unit should not be installed outdoors. Consideration must be given to the need for clearance around the unit to avoid the re-circulation of air-end for easy maintenance access.

CHSA-7.5M CHSA-10M CHSA-15M CHSA-20M CHSA-25M CHSA-30M

A 24 24 24 42 24 24

B 42 42 42 42 42 42

C 42 42 42 42 42 42

D 24 24 24 24 24 24

(Unit : Inch)

Fig 1-8. The space clearance example

CAUTION
- Install the unit in a dust-free room of low humidity and on a level concrete floor. - Never install the unit on timbers or block. High humidity may result in electrical shorts and corrosion. - Dust particles containing iron or sand may result in poor resistance of the motor and air-end damage. - A ventilation fan should be provided to keep the ambient temperature 115 or lower. - operation at ambient temperature of higher than 115 may cause compressor shutdown or severe damage to the unit.

HEAT GENERATION & VENTILATION FAN CAPACITY


MODEL CAPACITY CHSA-7.5M CHSA-10M CHSA-15M CHSA-20M CHSA-25M CHSA-30M

CAPACITY (Btu/h) AIR VOLUME (cfm)

1165

1235

1900

2120

2330

2540

Note 1. The room ventilation capacity is based on : (1) Compressor room Temperature rise which is controlled within the 9. (2) Static pressure of ventilation air should be 0 inchWG. 2. Consult the distributor for more information on ventilation capacity when the air exhaust duct is installed.

1-9-3. PIPING WORK

CAUTION
- All service piping must be installed so as to exert zero force of movement on the system. - A drain valve and isolation valve should be mounted near the compressor discharge section. - Water condensation can affect the operation of pneumatic devices. After-coolers and the addition of air dryers can eliminate this hazard. Similarly, avoid allowing compressor coolant to enter the plant air systems. Air line separators properly selected and installed will reduce any liquid carry-over. - When installed in parallel operation, you must provide an isolation valve and drain trap for each compressor unit before the common receiver. Screw air compressors should not be installed in air systems with reciprocating compressors without a means of isolation, such as a common receiver. It is recommend that both types of compressor units are piped to a common receiver utilizing individual air lines. - In case of a lead fluctuation, or a very small volume in pipe from discharge connection of compressor unit to the end of the piping, the use of air receiver is recommended. - In case the discharge piping has to be unusually long, you should select the diameter of the piping in considering the pressure drop in the piping. - Consult your distributor for proper technical support.

Fig 1-9. Parallel installation

Fig 1-10. Installation with reciprocating compressor

1-9-4. ELECTRICITY. This extensive line of Coaire screw air compressors has been designed to provided all the conveniences of air supply system, especially for the stats of the art manufacturing industries. These units are composed of compressor, motor, protection devices and control equipment. The applicable voltage range for each unit is given in the electrical data. The working voltage among the three phases must be balanced within 2% deviation from each voltage at the compressor terminals. Voltage range limit is to be 90110 of regular voltage described in proportional frequency. Unbalance of voltage measured in motor terminals should be within 3 in accordance with the following formula : (V)max - (V)mean ---------------------------- 100 () (V)mean where, (V)max : Maximum voltage among three terminals (V)mean : Average voltage among three terminals

CAUTION

ELECTRICAL WIRING
- Read all related topics in this manual. - Comply to the National Electric Code(NEC) and any other local codes - Utilize a qualified, licensed electrical contractor

1-9-5. ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATION 3 Phase Motor


NO FUSE BREAKER OVER CURRENT RELAY TRIP [A] 22.8 20.4 10.2 30.72 27.84 13.92 46.44 42 21 62.4 56.4 28.2

AIR-END MOTOR MODEL OUTPUT INPUT POWER[V] [kW/Hp] [kW] 360Hz 208 230 460 208 230 460 208 230 460 208 230 460

MAIN CABLE POWER GROUND [] [] KIV GV 3.5 1.25 3.5 1.25 2 1.25 5.5 2 5.5 2 3.5 1.25 8 3.5 8 3.5 3.5 1.25 14 3.5 14 3.5 5.5 2

CHSA-7.5M 5.59/7.5

6.39

CHSA-10M

7.46/10

8.43

CHSA-15M 11.19/15

13.3

CHSA-20M 14.92/20 16.54

L.R.A.[A] POWER F.L.A. FRAME TRIP FACTOR [A] [AF] [A] DIRECT Y-DELTA [%] 19.0 70.8 30 30 17.0 64.0 94 30 30 8.5 32.0 30 15 25.6 74.1 50 40 23.2 67.0 91 50 40 11.6 38.5 30 20 38.7 137.1 60 60 35.0 124.0 90 60 60 17.5 62.0 30 30 52.0 168.0 100 75 47.0 152.0 100 75 88 23.5 76.0 50 40

CHAPTER II OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

2-1. INITIAL START-UP. Before starting the unit for the first time, all operators must become familiar with all parts and assemblies. Only qualified personnel are to start the machine(Contact your distributor). 2-1-1. BEFORE OPERATION Make sure that : All installation piping and electrical work has been properly installed and completed. The main power is disconnected. The voltage of the power source is at a regular level. Tightness of all electrical connections and wirings. Tightness of all joints, fasteners, covers, plugs and caps are inspected. Tightness of all grounding connections are inspected. V-belt tensions are inspected. The oil level is at the proper point Isolation stop valve in the discharge air line is completely open.

WARNING CHECK PROPER ROTATION There is no the reverse phase relay in the unit. Operator should open the front belt guard and check proper rotation visually. You can see rotation arrow on the belt guard. Reinstall guard prior to any further running.
2-1-2. STARTING Turn on the main disconnection switch. Power lamp on air compressor instrument panel lights up. Press start key on operating panel of the unit. The running lamp on the unit-operating panel lights up. Check the rotation While checking proper rotation, you should not run the machine for 5 sec. or more. If you do not, the air-end will be damaged. Reinstall guard prior to any further operation.

WARNING REVERSE ROTATION Upon initial operation, check proper rotation. If reverse rotation, disconnect the main power and interchange two of three main cables on terminal board installed in the control box.
Check oil level and run the unit for a short period. Oil level may drop as oil circulates into the system. Add oil if the level during operation should be below the lower centerline of lower oil level gauge. Press stop button to stop the motor. After confirming that the discharge pressure gauge reads 0 psig(approximately 90 seconds after stopping the motor), add oil as necessary. Check the unit for any abnormal noise or vibration. Run the unit at the discharge pressure 57 to 71 psig for approximately one hour.

gradually close the isolation stop valve until the discharge pressure gauge indicates the same pressure as the oil sump pressure.

WARNING Do not loosen the oil-filling plug before the internal pressure is vented completely. Make sure that the oil-filling plug is tightly fastened after oil has been added. Restart the unit. Check the oil piping for any oil leak, and correct as required.
Check the safety valve ; Pull the attached ring to operate the safety valve, use caution and appropriate safety equipment. Check the capacity control system: Gradually close the stop valve at the external air receiver. As discharge pressure rises, stop closing when the discharge pressure reaches the cutout pressure. 2-1-3. STOPPING Press STOP key. Machine is stopped after 30 second, stop control time. Make sure that the blow-off solenoid valve operates. The blow-off air sounds for approximately 90 seconds. Make sure that the discharge pressure gauge reads 0 psig. 2-2. DAILY OPERATION BEFORE EACH DAY OF OPERATION Drain the condensation from after-cooler. Check oil level. Proper oil level is at centerline of upper oil level gage with machine not running. STARTING Press START key. DURING THE OPERATION. Check oil level gauge. Make sure that all gauges in compressor instrument panel indicates normal status and followings. SPECIFICATION UNIT Limit Remarks Discharge temperature Less Than 203 Ambient Temperature Less Than 115 Indicating Lamps Run Voltage Volt Normal Power 10% Current Amp Less than Normal Current+15% Pressure Differential, unit and line PSID Max. 15 STOPPING Press STOP key. Make sure that the discharge pressure gauge reads 0 psig. Operate the toggle switch for oil heater as follows(if option is installed) : For ambient temperature consistently over 50 when the unit is idled, place the toggle switch to "OFF" position. For ambient temperature consistently below 50 when unit is not running, place the toggle switch to "ON" position. 2-3. STANDARD FACTORY SETTINGS OF CONTROL COMPONENTS
SPECIFICATION Discharge pressure Minimum pressure valve Discharge pressure switch Oil separator element diff. switch UNIT Psi Psi Psi Psi STANDARD FACTORY SETTING VALVE

110

110/90

125 57 125/105 10

150

150/130

Oil filter diff. switch Discharge temperature switch

Psi

25 220

2-4 Factory Set Values No. Items 1 Compressor discharge shut down temperature 2 Start idling time 3 Unloading control time 4 Stop control time 5 Drain valve off-time 6 Drain valve on-time 7 Discharge pressure

Factory set point 220 5 Sec. 5 Min. 30 Sec. 5 Min. 1 sec. 110 Psi

Adjustable Range 176 ~ 230 5 ~ 10 Sec. 5 ~ 10 Min. 20 ~ 50 Sec. 1 ~ 45 Min. 1 ~ 5 Sec. 80 ~ 190 PSI

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2-5. OPERATION AND CONTROL SEQUENCE (1) CAPACITY CONTROL SYSTEM


POWER ON (Check rotation) POWER OFF IF REVERSE ROTATION START (No alarm)

Y- START (IF APPLICABLE, DELTA RUN AFTER Y-START)

EXCHANGE 3 OF 2 MAIN CABLE

LOAD OPERATION (AFTER 5 SEC. IDLING OPERATION)


SET PRESSURE

LINE PRESSURE MONITORING (PRESSURE SWITCH)

OR LESS

LOAD OPERATION (Loading Valve ON)

SET PRESSURE OR MORE

OFF LOAD OPERATION (Loading Valve OFF)


SET PRESSURE

LINE PRESSURE MONITORING (Pressure Transmitter)

OR MORE

OFF LOAD OPERATION (Loading Valve OFF)

SET PRESSURE MINUS 21 PSIG

OFF LOADING TIME CHECK

RETURN LOAD OPERATION (Loading Valve ON)

STAND-BYMODE (AFTER STOPPING OPERATION)

AUTO-RESTART BY LINE PRESSURE

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(2) STOP CONTROL SYSTEM WHILE MACHINE IS RUNNING PUSH STOP BUTTON MONITORING
WHEN IN LOAD OPERATION

WHEN IN OFF-LOAD OPERATION

OFF-LOAD OPERATION TIME COUNT

OFF-LOAD OPERATION

(IF SET TIME IS OVER)

(IF SET TIME IS ON)

STOP CONTROL OPERATION WHILE SET TIME (SET TIME:30~60SEC.) MACHINE STOP

OFF-LOAD OPERATION WHILE REMINING TIME

(3) TROUBLE MONITORING SYSTEM MOTOR OVERLOAD HIGH DISCHARGE TEMPERATURE OIL FILTER or OIL SEPARATOR CLOGGED DIFF. PRESSURE SWITCH

O.C.R.(ITH)

TEMPERATURE SENSOR

FLASH ALARM LAMP ON SWITCH PANEL ALARM MESSAGE ON L.C.D. BUZZER RESET AND STOP DISCONNECT POWER AND RELEASE PRESSURE CHECK AND REPLACE RESTART

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CHAPTER III FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTIONS


3-1. COMPRESSOR AIREND. Oil injected, single stage, rotary screw type that primarily consists of rotors, housing, and shaft seal along with other component parts. Features Precision grind rotors provide close inter-lobe clearance. This minimizes leakage and increases efficiency. Long service life and high reliability of bearings achieved by application of 5+7 profile rotors. At the discharge end of the compressor, angular contact ball bearings for the male and female rotors are located to support axial thrust loads and to position the rotor. Cylindrical roller bearings are also located to support radial loads. With a differential pressure lubrication system, the compressor can dispense with an oil pump, thus dramatically simplifying the oil supply system. The wedge construction of the secondary sealing element of the mechanical seal naturally eliminates leakage. This seal is highly reliable and excellent performance. 3-1-1. ROTORS. The male rotor has five lobes and the female rotor has seven grooves. This is patented SRM designed profiles.

Fig 3-2. Pair of rotor 3-1-2. HOUSING. The cylindrical roller bearings support the radial loads, whereas the angular ball bearings support the axial loads. 3-1-3. SHAFT SEAL. Mechanical seal is fitted on the male rotor shaft to prevent oil leakage.

Fig 3-3. Detail of mechanical seal

3-2. DRIVE MOTOR.

IEC or NEMA standard, drip-proof, 3-phase, 2 or 4 pole induction motor.

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3-3. V-BELT DRIVE. Motor speed is increased by V-belt drive to the male rotor's driving speed.

Fig 3-4. V-Belt drive

3-4. CAPACITY CONTROL. All models provide capacity control, on-line/off-line control. Internal pressure is vented to atmosphere at partially loaded or unload conditions whereby the motor idles for power saving features. 3-5. LUBRICATION SYSTEM. The lubrication system consists of oil cooler, oil separator, and controls the oil temperature within an allowable limit. The oil circulates through the system by differential pressure. 3-6. AFTER COOLER / OIL COOLER. The cooler assembly is consisting in heat exchanger, cooling fan, fan motor and bracket. After-cooler and oil-cooler are composed of corrugated fin and tube type with aluminum material. Those fins remove the compression heat efficiently. Cooling fan exhausts the heat-exchanged air through a ventilation duct to the outside of the enclosure. 3-7. OIL SEPARATOR. Spin-on type Oil separator is located at the air-end, which efficiently separates the oil from discharged air. 3-8. OIL FILTER. Oil filter element is located at the air-end, which efficiently filtering foreign material from circulating oil. The oil filter has from 5 to 10 micron paper cartridge, and it should be replaced every 1000 run hours normally. 3-9. THERMOSTATIC VALVE. This is the oil by-pass valve, Located in the oil cooler outlet pipe in order to maintain adequate system temperature for efficient compression and protect to making water from compressed air. The operating temperature is set 160 . 3-10. MINIMUM PRESSURE VALVE. Located in air-end discharge in order to maintain adequate system pressure for efficient separation of oil, pressure setting is 57 psig. If less than 57 psig, adjust the screw to maintain pressure on 57 psig or more. 3-11. AIR INTAKE FILTER. The air intake filter is replaceable, dry-type filter with two-stage design. It consists of an outside element of urethane and inside element of polyester. 3-12. INSTRUMENT PANEL. Consists of start button, stop button, indicating lamps, synoptic display, control panel and pressure gauge. 3-13 STARTER AND CONTROL BOX. Consists of pre-wired direct starter for model CHSA-7.5M through

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CHSA-30M and star-delta starter useable for model CHSA-30M optionally. 3-14. SAFETY DEVICE Shutdown switch for discharge high air temperatures Differential shutdown switch for oil filter Differential shutdown switch for oil separator element Overload for motor Overload for cooling fan motor Safety valve

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CHAPTER IV SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


4-1. STANDARD MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE. Maintenance schedule is instructed as below. The intervals are a guide based on normal operating conditions. If operated in a severe environment, necessary maintenance service should be performed on a more frequent basis. User should carry out the maintenance work, based on either the running hours or the calendar time whichever comes first. Please be advised that Items marked with should be performed by a user while the other marked with should be maintained, by an authorized distributor.
Action Taken Check Replace Refill Replace Replace Replace Check Drain Sampling Replace Clean Clean Replace Check Replace Replace Replace Clean Clean Repair Clean Check Clean Repair Tension Replace Check Clean Check Monthly 1000 Hrs Maintenance Interval 6 Monthly Annually 3000 Hrs 6K HRS 2 yearly 12K HRS 4 yearly 24K Hrs

Part Insulation Motor Bearing Grease Bearing Air-end Oil Seal O-ring, Gasket Oil Level Condensation Oil Separator Oil Oil Tank Level Gauge O-ring, Gasket Monitor Air Filter Element Separator Cartridge Oil Filter Cartridge After Cooler Intake Suction Valve Safety Valve Solenoid Valve Min. Pressure Valve V-belt Elec. wire terminal Cooling fan Indication of control panel

Daily

Remark

4-2. CONTROL OF LUBRICATION.

The control of lubrication is critical. Neglecting it may cause varnish or

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sludge deposits in the system, resulting in severe damage or breakdown of the unit. The major causes of such deposits are : Mixing of different types or brands of oil. Use of unsuitable oil. Failure to drain the condensation, which will result in oil deterioration. Failure to change oil within a scheduled maintenance interval. WARNING Use of inappropriate oil and/or improper maintenance may result in catastrophic damage to the air compressor or may result in a oil separator element fire. CONSULT YOUR DISTRIBUTOR FOR MAINTENANCE SERVICE AND COLUBE 68 COMPRESSOR OIL.

4-2-1. FUNCTIONS OF OIL. Oil is an essential factor in the oil flooded rotary screw compressor. Use COAIRE COLUBE 68 only, which is developed for pressurized circulation system, containing rust, foam, oxidation and wear inhibitors along with effective water release characteristics. Oil performs the following functions : Lubrication : Oil lubricates the bearing and other internal components. Sealing : Oil seals the clearance between the two rotors and clearance between the rotors and inner wall of casing. This prevents air leakage above the inter mesh during compression to increase compression process efficiency. Cooling : Oil is injected during compression process to remove the heat of compression.

WARNING Never mix different brands or types of oils each other. Blending of oils may cause a formation of varnish or sludge deposits in the system. If oils have been carelessly mixed or if a certain brand of oil must be replaced with another, be sure to flush out the oil system first. Consult your distributor for the procedures. We highly recommended the use of Genuine COAIRE Screw Compressor Oil COAIRE-COLUBE 68.

4-2-2. OIL CHANGE. A practical way is to change the oil at the following intervals: First oil change: 500 hours after initial start-up. Second oil change: 1,500 hours after the first oil change.(2,000 hours after the initial start-up) Third and consequent oil changes: Every 3,000 hours after the previous oil change. Oil life is related to working environment. High operating temperature or dirty ambient conditions will require more frequent oil changes. The above intervals are based on normal operating conditions. If condensation is not drained from the unit, the oil will be deteriorated and required more frequent oil changes. Proceed as follows: Run the unit loaded mode long enough to have the oil warm up. Stop the unit, confirm that the pressure has been released completely, and close the isolation stop valve at the discharge outlet and disconnect the main electrical. Place a drain pan under the oil drain valve of the unit, and open the valve. Open the plug of oil filling port on oil separator to speed up draining. For draining the oil cooler, remove the plug at the drain outlet of the oil cooler to let the oil run down. Drain the oil as completely as possible. Then, close the drain valve of the oil separator and drain plug of oil cooler. Return the plug to the drain outlet and tighten. Fill with new oil through the oil filling port of oil separator. Refer to the specification table for appropriate oil amount.

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After securely tightening the plug at the oil filling port, run the unit to make sure there are no oil leaks. 4-2-3 DRAINING CONDENSATION. Moisture contained in intake air can be condensed into water during long unloading time or when the unit is stopped, and this moisture is accumulates in the separator sump, Since the water in a compressor system can cause deterioration of oil and internal rusting, do not neglect draining the condensation at least on a daily basis. Draining should be performed before start-up since oil and condensation have been sufficiently separated from each other. Open the drain valve at outlet of oil separator sump. Use a pan to store the condensation being drained. Closely watch the draining condensation, and close the valve.

NOTE If a compressor operation can be suspended (for example, during lunchtime), it is a wise practice to drain the condensate once again after the suspension time. Thirty(30) minutes may be enough for sufficient separation of oil from condensation.

WARNING Even if the unit is in 24 hour continuous service, it is still recommended to perform a draining procedure. Normally in such an operation mode, an extra stand-by compressor has to be installed at the same time to allow for better draining of condensation.

CAUTION LUBRICANT Avoid prolonged breathing of vapors. Always use adequate ventilation, contact with eyes should be avoided. Avoid prolonged periods of skin contact. If excessive vapors are inhaled, remove person to fresh air area. In the event of contact with eyes, flush with water and consult a physician if serious irritation persists. In the event of contact with skin, wash contacted area with soap and water. Wash clothing before reusing. Oil is flammable. Use water fog, foam, dry chemical or carbon dioxide to extinguish. Avoid use of direct stream of water since the oil may float and re-ignite. Dispose of oil by using an recycling service. Do not dump oil into drain or onto the ground. Do not place oil or partially filled oil containers in trash. Keep out of sewers and water systems

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CHAPTER V TROUBLE SHOOTING


As a guide, the most likely problems are listed in the table below. Before doing any work on this unit, be sure the electrical supply has been shut off and the entire compressor system has been vented of all pressure. In case of the automatic safety shutdown, the operating panel will indicate the shutdown mode. Inspect the cause of shutdown, correct it and reset emergency switch on operating panel. 5-1. TROUBLE SYMPTOMS AND SOLUTIONS
CONDITION 1. Failure to start or restart POSSIBLE CAUSE a. Main breaker opened b. Power Failure or low voltage c. Control circuit fuses blown d. Failure of electric components(motor, starter coil, start button, sol. valve etc.) e. Loose wiring or wires too small or disconnected a. Automatic safety shutdowns a-1. Main motor overload a-2. High discharge air temperature b. Control circuit fuses blows SUGGESTED REMEDY a. Reset b. Inspect power source c. Replace d. Repair or Replace e. Tighten or replace a-1. See CONDITION 3. a-2. See CONDITION 4. b. Replace

2. Unscheduled shutdowns

3. Main motor over load (Safety shutdown)

4. High discharge temperature (safety shutdowns)

a. Difficulty of air-end rotation a-1. Foreign material in air-end a-2. For oil separator filter element a-3. Oil viscosity too high(oil deterioration or oil heater not switched ON at stopping b. Low voltage a. high ambient temperature b. Low oil Level c. Oil cooler c-1. Clogged inside tube c-2. Dirt accumulation on fins d. Oil filter clogged e. Failure of oil temperature regulating valve f. Insufficient cooling air flow g. Deterioration of oil a. Failure of suction throttle valve b. Failure of pressure Transmitter a. Too high air demand b. Leak in discharge line c. Air intake valve clogged d. Oil separator element clogged e. Suction Throttle valve plugged f. Failure of blow-off solenoid valve g. Failure of pressure Transmitter h. Other failure of capacity control I. Failure of minimum pressure valve j. Indication failure of discharge pressure gage k. Drive belt loose POSSIBLE CAUSE a. Failure of pressure setting b. Other failure of capacity control c. Control line filter clogged a. Too high oil level in separator tank

a. Consult the distributor

b. Inspect source voltage a. Improve room ventilation b. Add oil as necessary c-1. Clean or replace c-2. Clean d. Clean or replace element e. Check or replace f. Check or replace the fan and filter g. Change oil a. Repair or replace b. Repair or replace a. Install a new compressor b. Check the air line c. Clean or replace d. Replace e. Disassemble and clean f. Replace g. Check or replace h. Consult the distributor I. Clean or replace

5. High Discharge pressure 6. Low discharge pressure

j. Replace
k. Tighten or replace SUGGESTED REMEDY a. Adjust setting b. Consult the distributor c. Clean or replace a. Removal oil

CONDITION 7. Failure to unload property 8. High oil consumption or

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discharge air contains oil mist

b. Oil leak : b-1. From mechanical seal(Too much leak) b-2. From joint c. Failed or clogged oil separator element d. Faulty installation of separator element e. Failure of minimum pressure valve f. Use of improper oil g. Too frequent unload and load a. Use of improper oil b. Mixing of different oil c. High ambient temperature d. Water included in oil e. Scheduled oil change neglected a. Loose components and joints b. From air end b-1. Bearing demand or worn b-2. Foreign material c. V-belt slip d. Wrong installation of the unit e. Unbalanced cooling fan(Dust collection) a. Failure of Intake check valve b. Minimum pressure valve leak c. failure of capacity control e. V-belt broken during running f. Coupling broken during running

b-1. Consult the distributor b-2. Retighten c. Replace d. Correct e. Replace f. Change the oil after flushing g. Readjust setting points a. See CONDITION 8-f b. See CONDITION 8-f c. See CONDITION 4-a d. See CONDITION 8-f e. See CONDITION 8-f a. Retighten b. Consult the distributor

9. Oil deterioration

10. Noise and vibration

11. Blow-back of oil/air

c. Adjust tension or replace d. Correct the installation e. Clean the fan a. Replace b. Replace c. Consult the distributor d. Replace e. Replace

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Motor Oil Temperature ( F) Total running hours Replaced parts and other particulars Discharge pressure (Psig) Ambient Temperature ( F) Quantity of refill oil (gal.)

5-2. OPERATION RECORD FORM

Date

Amp. (A)

Voltage (V)

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CHAPTER VI CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE


6-1. OIL FILTER. If the differential pressure between inlet and outlet of the oil filter reaches 18.5 psig, it means that an oil filter is in a severe clogging state and you must clean the oil filter immediately. The replacement of oil filter element under normal operating conditions should be performed every 1,000 hours or once a monthly whichever comes first. NOTE In cold ambient temperature conditions, the oil tends to have a high viscosity. Therefore, checking the oil temperature must be carried out only after the unit has run for a while and warmed-up properly.

To replace the oil filter element, please take the following steps : Stop the unit, and make sure that the discharge pressure gauge indicates 0 psig. Rotate the oil filter in a counter clockwise rotation when viewed from the bottom of the filter. Remove the filter element and make certain the seal is also removed. Clean the inner surface of filter head. Reinstall the filter element and seal.

Fig 6-2. Oil filter

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6-2. SUCTION FILTER. Whenever the operating time is over 500 hours or as required in service operating conditions, clean the suction filter. To clean the suction filter, please follow the steps as described below : After stopping the unit, remove the cover. Unscrew the wing nut off, and take out the element and the silencer. Remove the first stage element. Gently knock the two end faces of second stage element alternately on a flat surface to remove most of heavy, dry dirt. Using an air nozzle held at a suitable distance between the nozzle and the inside pleats of second stage element, blast up and down the pleats in a reverse flow action. Clean the first stage element by using an air nozzle. Inspect the element by placing a bright light nearby it If there are thin spots, pin holes or ruptures show up, discard the element. Reinstall the element. Make sure that the element has seated tightly without any gap between the filter and the silencer. Tighten the wing nut. Fig 6-4. Suction Filter CAUTION The second stage polyester element may be washable five times at a maximum. Do not fail to discard the used element and replace it with a new one.

6-3. OIL SEPARATOR CARTRIDGE. Oil separator cartridge is located at the upper part of air-end. Oil separator cartridge separates the fine oil mist from the air. Separated oil is collected at the bottom of the cartridge, and is scavenged to the air-end. Under normal operating conditions, the oil carry over in the discharge air is controlled within the design limits. If the oil separator element is clogged, the oil carry-over is increased. Check every 3,000 hours or six(6) month to check whether excessive oil consumption exists. Replace the oil separator cartridge and clean the inside of oil separator every 6,000 hours or yearly whichever comes first. To replace the element, please follow the steps as described below : Stop the unit, and make sure that the discharge pressure gauge indicates 0 psig. Rotate the oil filter in a counter clockwise rotation when viewed from the bottom of the filter. Remove the filter element and make certain the seal is also removed. Clean the inner surface of filter head. Reinstall the filter element and seal.

6-4. AIREND MECHANICAL SEAL. Mechanical seal is located on the suction side of male rotor shaft. The contact surfaces are lubricated by oil, which is fed through a port in the oil seal housing. The drain tube for this oil is routed back to the air intake via a check valve. This system must be inspected, cleaned or replaced if necessary every 24000 operating hours or every 4 years whichever comes first. Oil seal wear may be monitored/tested. Maximum oil leakage 3 cc/h. Consult your distributor.

CAUTION Do not install anything to block the drain tube, such as a stop valve. The drain tube should be open to the atmosphere in order to check for the mount oil leak, in the event of such incident.

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6-5. MINIMUM PRESSURE VALVE. Minimum pressure valve is located on the compressor discharge line after the separator tank. The valve is set at 57 psig for maintaining adequate system pressure for effective separation of oil. If the set pressure is not proper, readjust as follows : WARNING The correct minimum pressure is vital for the function of the compressor. Tampering with the adjustment may cause a compressor breakdown. Valves should be adjusted by authorized personnel. Contact your distributor.

6-6. SUCTION CONTROL VALVE. Service the suction control valve every 6,000 hours of operation or yearly whichever comes first. Proceed as follows : Stop the unit and disconnect the electrical mains. Close the isolation stop valve. Make sure that the unit is completely depressurized. Remove the suction filter and silencer. Disconnect all the piping on suction control valve. Remove the bolts fixing the suction control valve with air-end. Take out the suction control valve with care not to damage the surrounding equipment. Protect the air-end inlet against the entry of dust by covering it. Disassemble the suction control valve. Remove the gasket(or o-ring) from groove. Use care so the gasket surface or the groove is not damaged. Inspect the Butterfly valve and non-return valve for any damage or scratches. Mount the suction control valve on the air-end. Tighten the bolts and set screws. Reconnect all the piping. Make sure that the installation positions are correct. Open the isolation stop valve and start the unit. Make sure that the suction control valve is operating correctly. 6-7. OIL /AFTER COOLER & COOLING FAN. It is important to keep the fins of oil cooler and after cooler free from dust accumulation to ensure optimum efficiency of heat exchange. Therefore, the coolers and cooling fan should be cleaned every 3,000 hours or six(6) month whichever comes first. To clean the cooler fins, use an air nozzle or steam jettier. Wipe the accumulated dust off the cooling fan to prevent unbalanced rotation.(Extreme environments may require more frequent servicing.) 6-8. OIL TEMPERATURE REGULATING VALVE. Service the oil temperature regulating valve every 6,000 hours of operation or at once a year whichever comes first. Please proceed as follows : Stop the unit and disconnect the electrical mains. Make sure that the unit is completely depressurized. Prepare the oil pan to catch dripping oil. Disconnect the oil pipings to take out the assembly of the oil temperature regulating valve assembly. Disassemble the oil temperature regulating valve assembly. Using a new o-ring, reassemble the oil temperature regulating valve and connect it to the piping. 6-9. V-BELTS 6-9-1. TENSION CHECK. Inspect belts every 50 hours of operation when new and adjust tension and alignment as required until 200 hours. Then inspect every 2000 hours or four months whichever comes first. For inspection of belt tension, proceed as follow : As illustrated below, push and pull each V-belt in both in and outward with a spring balancer or tension meter. Check the average deflections measured. Make sure that the average deflections are approximately the same value as in the table below.

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MODEL CHSA-7.5/10M CHSA-15/20M

NEW INSTALLATION TENSION DEFLECTION P lbs inch 5.5 0.267 5.9 0.276

READJUSTMENT TENSION DEFLECTION P lbs inch 4.8 0.267 5.3 0.276

Fig 6-14. V-Belt tension

6-9-2. TENSION READJUSTMENT AND ALIGNMENT. If necessary, readjust the tension as follow : Isolate main power. Loosen the lock bolts located at the motor base. Loosen the tightening nuts of adjusting bolts. Tighten the adjusting bolts, until the correct tension is obtained. If necessary, inspect the alignment as follows : Motor shaft and air-end rotor shaft must be parallel, and motor sheave and pulley must be exactly opposite each other. Put the end of a string into the groove between pulley and V-belts. Holding the other end of the string, stretch the string onto the end surface of motor sheave and pulley. Make sure that no gap exists at the points &. If there is a gap, slightly loosen or retighten either of adjusting bolts. Tighten the nuts. Tighten the lock bolts, and check the tension again for confirmation. Manually turn the pulleys, and make sure that they can turn smoothly. WARNING Loosely tensioned V-belts may develop problems such as; slipping of V-belts, premature wearing of V-belts and pulley grooves, abnormal heat generation, loss of pressure, etc. Too tightly tensioned V-belts may develop the problems such as; shaft damage, short service life of bearings, etc.

NOTE Consult with distributor in your area for V-belts replacement, if any of the followings has occurred before the normal replacement interval (12,000 hours) : V-belts are elongated too much to get the correct tension. Any one of V-belts is worn, damaged or broken. Neglecting it may cause all of V-belts to break.

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Fig 6-15. V-Belt alignment 6-10. PRESSURE TRANSMITTER. Check the settings of the pressure switch every 500 hours of operation or monthly basis whichever comes first. If cut-out pressure settings are not proper, readjust as follows : Differential = Cut-out pressure cut-in pressure Therefore, the value of standard factory setting is 25.6 psig

NOTE Generally, the narrower differential needs a larger air receiver and vice versa. However, please be advised that using an unnecessarily larger air receiver is not generally recommended.

6-11. SAFETY VALVE. Make sure that safety valve is operative, every 500 hours of operation or monthly whichever comes first. To operate the safety valve, pull the attached ring while the unit is running. Thereby the collected condensate and rust will be relieved. Use caution and appropriate safety equipment and procedures.

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Appendix-A COMPRESSOR PART LIST

1. Part List for Model CHSA-7.5/10M(NK40)

Item

Part Number

Description

QTY.

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

CHSA-7.5/10M-3-1 CHSA-7.5/10M-3-2 CHSA-7.5/10M-3-3 CHSA-7.5/10M-3-4 CHSA-7.5/10M-3-5 CHSA-7.5/10M-3-6 CHSA-7.5/10M-3-7 CHSA-7.5/10M-3-8 CHSA-7.5/10M-3-9 CHSA-7.5/10M-3-10 CHSA-7.5/10M-3-11 CHSA-7.5/10M-3-12 CHSA-7.5/10M-3-13 CHSA-7.5/10M-3-14

Air-end Intake Control Valve w/Air Filter Separator Cartridge Oil Filter Temperature Prove Connection Oil Circuit / Out Oil Reservoir Oil Circuit / In Safety Valve Air Intake Compressed Air Outlet Port For Pressure Transmitter Oil Filler Plug Minimum Pressure Valve

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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2. Part List for Model CHSA-15/20M(NK60)

Item

Part Number

Description

QTY.

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

CHSA-15/20M-3-1 CHSA-15/20M-3-2 CHSA-15/20M-3-3 CHSA-15/20M-3-4 CHSA-15/20M-3-5 CHSA-15/20M-3-6 CHSA-15/20M-3-7 CHSA-15/20M-3-8 CHSA-15/20M-3-9 CHSA-15/20M-3-10 CHSA-15/20M-3-11 CHSA-15/20M-3-12 CHSA-15/20M-3-13 CHSA-15/20M-3-14

Air-end Intake Control Valve w/Air Filter Separator Cartridge Oil Filter Temperature Prove Connection Oil Circuit / Out Oil Reservoir Oil Circuit / In Safety Valve Air Intake Compressed Air Outlet Port For Pressure Transmitter Minimum Pressure Valve Oil Filler Plug

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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3. Part List for Model CHSA-25/30M(NK100)

Item

Part Number

Description

QTY.

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

CHSA-25/30M-3-1 CHSA-25/30M-3-2 CHSA-25/30M-3-3 CHSA-25/30M-3-4 CHSA-25/30M-3-5 CHSA-25/30M-3-6 CHSA-25/30M-3-7 CHSA-25/30M-3-8 CHSA-25/30M-3-9 CHSA-25/30M-3-10 CHSA-25/30M-3-11 CHSA-25/30M-3-12 CHSA-25/30M-3-13 CHSA-25/30M-3-14

Air-end Intake Control Valve w/Air Filter Separator Cartridge Oil Filter Temperature Prove Connection Oil Circuit / Out Oil Reservoir Oil Circuit / In Safety Valve Air Intake Compressed Air Outlet Port For Pressure Transmitter Minimum Pressure Valve Oil Filler Plug

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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Appendix-B
1. PART LIST FOR MODEL CHSA-7.5M(1/2)

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1. PART LIST FOR MODEL CHSA-7.5M(2/2)

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2. PART LIST FOR MODEL CHSA-10M(1/2)

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2. PART LIST FOR MODEL CHSA-10M(2/2)

3. PART LIST FOR MODEL CHSA-15M(1/2)

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3. PART LIST FOR MODEL CHSA-15M(2/2)

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4. PART LIST FOR MODEL CHSA-20M(1/2)

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4. PART LIST FOR MODEL CHSA-20M(2/2)

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C. Wiring Diagram for Model CHSA-7.5/10/15/20M

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Appendix-D
1. Outline Drawing for Model CHSA-7.5/10M

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2. Outline Drawing for Model CHSA-15/20M

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Please complete the following claim form, your claim will be confirmed by our sales representative.

Warranty Claim Report

To : Coaire Technologies, Corporation 12226 Coast Drive, Whittier, CA 90601


Company Distributor Address Company Customer Address

Tel(562)463-3935.Fax(562)463-4928 Date Model Serial No. Run Hours Setting Press.

Hrs. PSIG

OPERATING CONDITIONS
Percent(%) on load No. of days of operation weekly Hours per day Machine setting OL/OL or Mod
1)

% Days Hours

Ambient Temperature Discharge temperature Compressor area temperature Environment 1)

F F F

1 to 10, 1 being clean, 10 very dirty


Incoming Voltages L2 - L3 L1 - L3 Amp. Amp. Full load amperage at _______ PSIG L1 - L2 L2 - L3 L1 - L3 Amp. Amp. Amp. Unload amperage at ______ PSIG L1 - L2 L2 - L3 L1 - L3 Amp. Amp. Amp.

L1 - L2 Volts

Symptom

Fault Diagnosis

Resolution

Parts required No. Item Number 01 02 03 04 WRITTEN BY

Labor Cost
Description/MFGR Part Number Quantity Labor Time: Travel Time: Total Amount: Hrs x Hrs x $/Hrs= $/Hrs= $ $ $

Technicians name: SIGNATURE X

TECHNOLOGIES CORP.
12226 COAST DRIVE, WHITTIER, CA 90601 TEL.(562)463-3935 FAX(562)463-4928

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STARTUP REPORT FOR ROTARY SCREW AIR COMPRESSOR


Please fill out completely and return to the factory to validate warranty.

CUSTOMER AND MACHINE INFORMATION


CUSTOMER ADDRESS CITY/STATE PHONE WRITTTEN BY FACTORY SHIP DATE DATE STARTED UP MODEL NUMBER SERIAL NUMBER HOURS ON MACHINE / / CHSA/ / S Hrs.

MACHINE INFORMATIONS AND INITIAL STARTUP


Compressor Environment- excellent , good , fair , poor .

Machine Location indoors

outdoors
No

if outdoors, protected from rain? Yes No .

No

Approx. ambient temperature______ adequate ventilation? - Yes


Did you check for correct rotation? Yes Incoming Voltages
L1L2 Volts L2L3 Volts

Nameplate amperage for voltage used ________

L1L3 Volts

Full load amperage at _________ PSIG


L1 Amp. L2 Amp. L3 Amp.

Unload amperage at _________ PSIG


L1 Amp. L2 Amp. L3 Amp.

Is the machine on a level and stable surface? Yes No . Did you have to add lubricant oil? Yes No . if yes, please indicate amount and exact name and type. (Amount _______ Name _______ Type _______ ) Was a flexible connector used to connect piping? Yes No . Approx. time spent during startup procedure ___________ Hrs. Did you advice customer on operation and maintenance of machine? Yes No . Application and installation comments:__________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ Machine Sold By(Company) __________________ Sales Person ___________________________ Startup performed by ____________________ Date _________________________________

THERE IS NO WARRANTY WITHOUT THIS REPORT!

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QUALITY AND RELIABILITY WITHOUT COMPROMISE

TECHNOLOGIES CORP.
8740 Pioneer Blvd., Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670 TEL.(562)463-3935 FAX(562)463-4928

COAIRE reserves the right to make changes, at any time without notice as a result of our commitment to continuous improvement.
COAIRE-CHSA-03/05

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