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ABSC 112-1660

Absorption liquid chillers


22 sizes. Nominal cooling capacities from 390 to 6000 k W. Adaptive Control Clear language display. Her metic, single shell design. Only one moving par t: her metic motor-pump assembly, cooled and lubricated by distilled water. Fixed and floating concentrator tube suppor ts. Tubes individually replaceable. Cupro-nickel tubes in the absorber, concentrator and evaporator.

F1 0 CA 0 0 4 GB

Nominal cooling capacities from 390 to 6000 kW.

Absorption liquid chillers series ABSC

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Absorption liquid chiller. Thousand of units throughout the world. Proven reliability.

Single-shell her metic constr uction


Trane has placed hermetic integrity first in its design priorities because air leakage cuts capacity, promotes corrosion and can cause crystalliz ation. With its single shell, the Trane Absorption chiller has almost 50 % fewer surface and seam welds than multi-shell designs. Eliminating joints and seams avoids possible leak sources. Since all Absorption chillers are factory assembled, all welds are made in factory and all units are leak tested by mass spectrometry techniques before shipment.

Lar ge evaporator pan


Stable operation is ensured by a very large evaporator pan. The important refrigerant (low cost water) charge allows trouble free machine operation, at low load conditions without low level shut down, or injection of weak solution to the evaporator.

Another advantage of this system is that the lithium-bromide concentration of the high concentration solution can be higher resulting in less heat input.

Pump assembly with only one moving par t


Each machine has a single hermetic pump motor assembly having three impellers on a common shaft. The pump bearings and the motor are cooled and lubricated by distilled refrigerant water rather than by lithium bromide solution, which might damage the pump motor, bearings and seals. The pump motor, which is factory mounted and wired, is removable without breaking the machine vacuum or removing solution from the machine. ABSC 1660 is equipped with three individual pump motor assemblies.

Absorber spray nozzles


The refrigerant vapor is brought back into solution in the absorber. Spray-nozzles spray the solution over the absorber pipebundles thus lowering the solution temperature by an average of 5 to 6C and aid the absorption process. In order to avoid the solution to approach its cristallization point too closely, Trane absorption units are fitted with a system which mixes high concentration solution from the concentrator with lower concentration solution taken from the absorber before the solution will pass through the spraynozzles.

Vacuum pump
Purge system with vacuum pump and internal purge chamber ensures an efficient removal of n o n - c o n d e n s a b l e s . T h e p u r g e s y stem is ready for operation under all conditions even during unit shutdown. Purging on a regular basis protects internal parts of the machine againts corrosion even if the unit is running or not.

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American Standard Inc. 1997

Proven Trane features ensure reliability

The unique Trane features, such as fixed and floating concentrator tube suppor ts, individually replaceable tubes and cupro-nickel absorber tubes, substantially increase the life and reliability of the Trane Absorption liquid chiller.

Individually replaceable tubes


Tubes are individually replaceable, from either end, cutting down the required maintenance area. Other manufacturers design using U-tubes must have maintenance access at both ends of the unit, thus taking up valuable floor area.

Cupro-nickel tubes
In order to meet Trane life goals, cupro-nickel tubes are used in t h e e v a p o r a t o r , i n t h e c o n c e ntrator and in the absorber, part of the machine where other manufacturers use copper tubes. Copper is an unsuitable material for the absorber. Should a small amount of air leak into a absorption machine, the oxygen will react very quickly with the internal surfaces. Since the absorber is the lowest pressure part of the machine, the oxygen migrates to it. Oxygen reacts with copper to form cuprous oxide, which is soluble with lithium bromide. This results in pitting and corrosion of the absorber copper tubes. Cupro-nickel tubing resists this chemical oxidation a n d e n s u r e s t r o u b l e - f r e e o p e r ation and long life.

Removable absorber spray trees.


T o h e l p m a i n t a i n m a c h i n e c a p acity over the long term life of the chiller, the spray trees can be removed and the spray nozzles cleaned or replaced. This is a standard feature for A B S C 590 to 1660.

Fixed and floating concentrator tube suppor ts


The patented fixed and floating tube supports used to control

t u b e e x p a n s i o n i n t h e c o n c e nt r a t o r h a v e p r o v e n t o b e s u ccessfull in reducing major tube m a i n t e n a n c e . W h e n t h e c o n c e ntrator is heated, tubes can increase in length as much as 5 to 10 mm. With the exclusive T r a n e a r r a n g e m e n t , t u b e e x p a nsion is controlled, allowing free movement within limits, but p r e v e n t i n g r u b b i n g a n d p r e m ature failure.

Easy to install and maintain


Easy to install
All units sizes are completely factory assembled, and ship in one piece. Four factory leak tests ensure that machines are leakfree when they are shipped. Trane Absorption units are shipped under high vacuum to ensure that hermetic integrity is maintained throughout installation. When the Contractor takes delivery of a Trane Absorption machine, he receives an assembled unit ready for installation and o p e ratio n. to-day attention. Only minimal amount of maintenance is required. The design of the Trane Absorption machine includes features that simplify repairs which may be necessary, while protecting the hermetic integrity of the unit. For example, major maintenance to the only moving part, the p u m p , c a n b e d o n e w i t h o u t b r e aking the vacuum in the machine. The pump can be dismounted for inspection without draining the solution from the machine due to the exclusive liquid trap between the pump and the machine..
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UCP2 Adaptive Control


The microprocessor unit control panel (UCP2), factory installed and tested, through P.I.D. control strategy allows stable, efficient and optimal chilled water temperature control. It provides a complete range of safety control and protection. Control and protection of chiller were the two functions of previous chiller control design Adaptive Control keeps the chiller on line, and makes the control intelligent. It will take corrective actions when any of the control variable will approach a limit condition and will shut down the chiller only if the control variable is still violating its limit value.

Easy to maintain
Trane Absorption machines operate automatically, without day-

Lithium bromide and water absorption refrigeration cycle


Steam or hot w

z y
x y z {
- Absorber - Evaporator - Condenser - Concentrator
System water Cooling wa Concentrated solutio Dilute solutio Intermediat solutio Refrigera

Heat exchanger

In the Concentrator section, heat energy from steam or hot water is used to boil a dilute solution of lithium bromide and water. This boiling results in a release of water vapor, and in concentration of the remaining lithium bromide solution. The water vapor, or refrigerant, released in the concentrator is drawn into the Condenser section. The concentrator and the condenser are the high pressure side of the machine (0,1 bar absolute). Cooling tower water flowing through the condenser tubes cools and condenses the refrigerant. The liquid refrigerant flows through an orifice into the Evaporator s e ction. The refrigerant is sprayed over a tube bundle containing building system water. The system water gives up heat to the refrigerant, causing it to vaporize. The evaporator and absorber are the low pressure side of the machine (0,01 bar absolute). The pressure in the evaporator corresponds to a refrigerant saturation temperature of approximately 4,5 C. It is important to realize that the low pressure in the evaporator section is the result of absorption of refrigerant vapor in the absorber section.

The refrigerant vapor is drawn to t h e Absorber section by the low pressure resulting from absorption of the refrigerant into the absorbent. In order to expose a large amount of lithium bromide solution surface to the water vapor the solution is sprayed over the absorber tube bundle. Cooling tower water is used in this tube bundle to remove the heat of absorption that is released when the refrigerant vapor returns to the liquid state. The degree of affinity of the absorbent for refrigerant vapor is a function of the absorbent solution concentration and of temperature. The more concentrated, and the cooler the solution, the greater the affinity for refrigerant vapor. Consequently the pressure, and thereby the saturation temperature in the evaporator is controlled by the concentration of the lithium bromide solution in the absorber. The concentration of this solution is determined by the amount of heat applied to the concentrator section of the machine. In the Trane design, the concentrated solution coming from the

concentrator is mixed with dilute solution from the absorber, in order to increase the amount of flow through the absorber spray nozzles. As the absorbent absorbs refrigerant vapor, the solution becomes increasingly dilute. It is necessary to continuously circulate this dilute solution back to the concentrator in order to keep the cycle continuous. The Heat exchanger e x c h a n g e s h e a t between the relatively cool, dilute solution being transferred from the absorber to the concentrator section with the hot concentrated solution being returned from the concentrator to the absorber. Transferring heat from the concentrated solution to the dilute solution reduces the amount of heat that must be added to bring the dilute solution to boil. Simultaneously, reducing the temperature of the concentrated solution reduces the amount of heat that must be removed from the absorber section in order to obtain desired absorber efficiency. Efficient operation of the heat exchanger is extremely important to the economical operation of the lithium bromide-water cycle.

Cost saving and increased reliability


To optimize the per for mance and to reduce the maintenance, the TRANE Absorption chillers are equipped with a full range modulating economizer, a positive concentration limit, a heat sour ce demand control and a clear language display on the control panel. In option a remote clear language display and a serial link inter face can be supplied.
Absorbe

Concentrator Heat Exchang

Pump

Full range modulating economizer


The operating efficieny of Trane Absorption chillers is further i m p r o v ed with the fu ll ran g e modulating economizer. The economizer modulates the amount of solution pumped to the concentrator corresponding to the chiller load. At part load, less solution is pumped to the concentrator.

Without econom

With econom

% of load

With less solution to heat, less steam or hot water is required. Combined with the improved allowed by floating condenser water temperature, energy consumption savings can be up to 20 %. The energy saving in line economizer valve is standard on Trane Absorption chillers from 390 to4000 kW cooling. For larger sizes, a bypass economizer valve is installed. by sensing the flow of solution through the heat exchanger. As soon as it detects a restriction which indicates impending crystallization the PCL dilutes the machine and shuts it down, regardless of the cause, even power failure. Thus crystallization is prevented and nuisance downtime is essentially eliminated. maximum demand is limited to 120 % of full load energy requirement. The Trane demand control reduces total cost of building heating and cooling systems by minimizing required boiler capacity in applications where the boiler is sized based on cooling load.

Energy consomption

Positive concentration limit


One of the most frequent causes of unscheduled downtime and maintenance calls is crystallization. The main reasons for crystallization are malfunctions in the air conditioning system controls, failure of a pressure reducing valve or electrical failure. The exclusive Trane positive concentration limit avoids this problem

1 2

Solenoide valv Float chamb

150

Without demand

Energy consomption

Heat source demand control


100

120% demand l
50

10

Time (m

Unless start-up demand is limited, an Absorption chiller may draw more than 150 % of design energy input. The start-up demand limit is preset to require approximately four minutes to completely open the energy valve. In this way the

Communication inter face


Clear language display
Installed in front of the control panel, it allows to display more than 100 information. Main information displayed are chiller operating status, temperatures, pressures, operating hours, last 20 fault diagnostics.

Remote clear language display


This optional module is connected to UCP2 with shielded twisted pair and can be installed up to 1500 meters from the unit. Four units can be connected to one remote clear language display which provides all information available from the unit display.

Communication inter face


An optional communication interface can be connected to

UCP2 allowing the chiller to communicate with most of the Building Management systems available on the market.

Quick selection procedure


To obtain the estimated available capacity of a unit, the nominal capacity (Table 1) must be multiplied by the correction factor in the Table 2 based on the required : Leaving chilled water temperature E n t e r i n g c o o l i n g w a t e r t e m p e r ature Steam pressure to the unit. In case hot water is used as heat source, find the equivalent steam pressure in chart 1. Selection at higher capacities than the maximum capacity allowable s h o w n f o r e a c h u n i t s i z e i s n o t a l l owed (Table 1). Operation at these c o n d i t i o n s w o u l d r e s u l t i n c r y s t a l l ization and lithium bromide carry-over. Selection example - D e s i g n c a p a c i t y r e q u i r e d1 5 5 0 k W - Chilled water temperature 12/6 C - Cooling water entering temperature 2 8 C - Steam pressure available to the unit (absolute pressure) 100 kPa The correction factor is 0,681. The machine will need to have a minimum available capacity of 2276 kW (1550 : 0.681). T h e A B S C 6 6 5 w i t h a n o m i n a l c a p acity of 2338 kW would be able to handle the 1550 kW cooling at the required running conditions. Precise and detailed selections are available by contacting your local Trane sales office.

Table 1 - Nominal cooling capacity and maximum allowable design capacity

ABSC

Nominal capacity (kW) 394 453 520 612 703 801 900 1033 1245 1354 1477

Max. cap. allowable (kW) 443 506 580 682 784 896 1002 1150 1390 1505 1642

ABSC

Nominal capacity (kW) 1635 1828 2075 2338 2637 2995 3358 3955 4395 5151 5836

Max. cap. allowable (kW) 1818 2032 2306 2598 2936 3330 3745 4412 4888 5731 6505

112 129 148 174 200 228 256 294 354 385 420

465 520 590 665 750 852 955 1125 1250 1465 1660

Table 2 - Correction factors


Ent. Cond. water temp. (C) Steam press (kPa) 5 6 Evaporator leaving water temperature (C) 7 8 9 1 0 1 1 1 2

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Char t1 Equivalent steam pressure


Entering concentrator temper

27

85 80
Leaving concentrator temperature (C)

90

95 100 105 110 115 120 125

50 kPa

30
85 70 kPa 90

90 kPa

95

110 kPa

32
100 130 kPa

105

150 kPa

110

170 kPa

35
115 190 kPa

50 70 90 110 130 150 170 190 50 70 90 110 130 150 170 190 50 70 90 110 130 150 170 190 50 70 90 110 130 150 170 190 50 70 90 110 120 150 170 190

0.410 0.563 0.691 0.801 0.894 0.984 1.066 1.146 0.380 0.519 0.633 0.734 0.811 0.899 0.981 1.061 0.326 0.436 0.521 0.608 0.682 0.774 0.856 0.936 0.287 0.359 0.435 0.511 0.581 0.673 0.755 0.835 0.225 0.251 0.328 0.386 0.425 0.512 0.594 0.674

0.430 0.590 0.729 0.843 0.937 1.022 1.108 1.190 0.398 0.543 0.668 0.773 0.852 0.939 1.026 1.113 0.343 0.461 0.555 0.648 0.726 0.814 0.902 0.990 0.301 0.383 0.473 0.554 0.623 0.713 0.804 0.896 0.233 0.274 0.358 0.425 0.465 0.552 0.639 0.726

0.453 0.623 0.769 0.887 0.981 1.066 1.151 0.421 0.574 0.705 0.815 0.897 0.984 1.071 1.158 0.361 0.485 0.592 0.687 0.770 0.859 0.948 1.036 0.319 0.412 0.510 0.595 0.662 0.759 0.854 0.949 0.245 0.302 0.390 0.463 0.507 0.597 0.687 0.778

0.495 0.666 0.810 0.931 1.026 1.111 1.199 0.455 0.610 0.744 0.858 0.942 1.029 1.116 0.380 0.515 0.630 0.731 0.813 0.906 0.991 1.072 0.334 0.440 0.549 0.635 0.707 0.808 0.897 0.979 0.260 0.330 0.423 0.503 0.546 0.642 0.737 0.835

0.535 0.713 0.848 0.973 1.071 1.158 0.490 0.653 0.779 0.896 0.985 1.074 1.158 0.403 0.550 0.666 0.772 0.853 0.954 1.027 1.087 0.345 0.471 0.585 0.676 0.752 0.854 0.934 1.005 0.269 0.355 0.448 0.540 0.590 0.687 0.773 0.858

0.577 0.756 0.884 1.016 1.108 1.201 0.524 0.694 0.810 0.937 1.023 1.119 1.186 0.428 0.586 0.702 0.808 0.898 1.000 1.065 1.115 0.363 0.507 0.621 0.712 0.797 0.902 0.979 1.050 0.277 0.382 0.478 0.582 0.626 0.732 0.809 0.881

0.613 0.804 0.920 1.052 1.147 1.241 0.560 0.736 0.845 0.973 1.067 1.160 0.460 0.613 0.732 0.849 0.934 1.040 1.101 1.148 0.383 0.534 0.651 0.754 0.833 0.943 1.015 1.075 0.286 0.409 0.508 0.618 0.671 0.772 0.854 0.939

0.646 0.840 0.950 1.088 1.184 1.280 0.588 0.771 0.876 1.009 1.105 1.196 0.486 0.645 0.761 0.884 0.976 1.078 1.145 0.401 0.562 0.685 0.790 0.870 0.984 1.059 1.117 0.286 0.428 0.533 0.654 0.709 0.816 0.891 0.966

Note : Steam pressure (kPa) = absolute p pressure > 1 atm. abs pressure (kPa) = relative pressur pressure < 1 atm. abs pressure (kPa) = 101,3 (vaccum

Overall dimensions and weights


B A

ABSC Operating Weight (kg) Shipping Weight (kg) Length A (mm) Width B (mm) Height C (mm)

112 5100

129 5600

148 174 6100 6800

200 7400

228 8200

256 294

354 385 420 465

520

590

665

750

852

955 1125 1250 1465 1660

8700 10400 11200 12600 13700 14600 16000 18300 20100 22400 26000 27600 32100 38800 43500 48800

4000 3370 1530 2200

4100 3800 1530 2200

4500 5000 5000 3800 1530 1630 2200 2330

5400 4300 1630 2330

6000 4900 1630 2330

6800 7300 4400 5000 1750 1750 2500 2500

7700 8900 10000 10200 10900 12600 14000 15000 18100 19700 22000 26800 29400 33300 5850 5050 5950 5950 1750 1960 1960 1960 2500 2700 2700 6620 1960 5850 2160 3050 6520 2160 3050 7300 2160 3050 6670 2500 3320 7420 8600 7420 8600 2500 2500 2920 2920 3320 3320 3660 3660 36 9950 2920

2700 2700

Electrical data (50 Hz)


ABSC Size Input (kW) Full load 3 8 0V Starting 4 1 5V Full load Starting

112 129 148 174 200 228 256 294 354 385 420 465 520 590 665 750 852 955 1125 1250 1465 1 6 6 0 Absorber

3.8 4.2 4.2 5.1 5.4 5.8 7.0 7.2 7.5 8.3 8.3 8.5 8.8 9.0 10.3 10.4 11.0 13.9 15.1 17.0 17.0 11.0
Concentrator 9 . 0 Evaporator 5 . 3

9.3 9.3 9.3 13.0 13.0 13.0 13.0 13.0 16.5 16.5 16.5 16.5 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 40.0 40.0 20.0 17.5 12.5

44 44 44 55 55 55 55 55 83 83 83 83 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 295 295 90 90 65

10.5 10.5 10.5 12.0 12.0 12.0 12.0 12.0 16.0 16.0 16.0 16.0 24.5 24.5 24.5 24.5 24.5 24.5 24.5 37.0 37.0 19.0 16.5 11.5

47 47 47 67 67 67 67 67 89 89 89 89 147 147 147 147 147 147 147 270 270 98 98 71

Energy consumption and heat rejected


T h e s p e c i f i c e n e r g y c o n s u m ption (kW heat input versus kW cooling capacity) is depending on the unit selection and the steam pressure (respectively the hot water temperature). At the m o s t c o m m o n o p e r a t i n g c o n d itions (chilled water leaving = 5 t o 8C, condenser water entering = 27 to 30C , s t e a m p r e s s ure 190 kPa abs.) the energy consumption is approx. 1.5 kW/kW. The heat to be rejected through the cooling water circuit is thus approx. 2.5 kW per each kW of cooling capacity. The cooling water flow rate is generally 0.04 to 0.07 litres/sec. per kW cooling, the cooling water T is selected between 8 a n d 1 5C . Contact your local Trane sales office for more information.

Mechanical specifications
Construction
Each Trane Absorption machine is a single shell hermetic desig n , a n d i s c o m p l e t e l y a s s e mbled, leak tested and evacuated in the factory prior to shipment. A b s o r b e r , c o n c e n t r a t o r a n d e v aporator tubes are cupro-nickel. Condenser tubes are copper. All tubes are individually replaceable from either end of the machine and have the tube e n d s r o l l e d i n t o a n n u l a r g r o oves in the tube sheets. Headers are removable to allow access to any tube bundle. Absorber, c o n d e n s e r a n d e v a p o r a t o r h e aders are designed for a working pressure of 10.5 bar. Optional c o n s t r u c t i o n h e a d e r s a r e a v a i l able for working pressures of 21 bar. Concentrator headers are designed for a working pressure of 3.6 bar on stream operated machines and 28 bar on hot water operating machines. All headers are tested at 150 percent of their design pressure. Removable absorber spray trees allowing the spray nozzles to be cleaned or replaced, are standard for sizes 590 to 1660. breaking the machine vacuum or removing solution from the machine. Also, pump bearing replacement is possible without removing solution or allowing air to enter the machine. Size 1660 is equipped with three i n d i v i d u a l p u m p m o t o r s a s s e mblies.

Microprocessor control panel UCP2


Factory mounted and tested, t h e A d a p t i v e c o n t r o l p r o v ides the following major features: Clear language display (80 characters) Programmable soft start. P.I.D. control strategy for stable, efficient, optimal chilled water temperature control. Display of : - entering and leaving water temperature on evaporator, absorber and condenser. - intermediate, dilute and strong solution temperature. - saturated evaporator and c o n d e n s e r r e f r i g e r a n t t e m p erature. - s t e a m c o n d e n s a t e t e m p e r ature. Solution pump starts and hour counters. S o l u t i o n p u m p m o t o r e l e c t r ic a l a n d m e c h a n i c a l p r o t e ction. Purge pump starts and hour c o u n t e r s w i t h l a s t p u r g e o p er a t i o n t i m e a n d d a t e i n f o r m ation. S o l u t i o n f l o w a n d c o n c e n t r ation limit control. Integrated chilled water freeze control. Crystallization prevention. Chilled water reset based on chilled water return temperature. Nuisance trip prevention. Diagnostic summary (last 20) with time and date. A d a p t a b l e r e f r i g e r a n t t e m p erature and high condenser pressure limit.

Purge system
A purge system removes non condensible gases from the m a c h i n e i n t o a c u p r o - n i c k e l c o llection chamber located in the a b s o r b e r s e c t i o n . T h i s c o l l e ction chamber is evacuated through a electrical motor driven vacuum pump. The purge system should be operated only as needed to remove any non condensible gases thay may be present.

Automatic descr ystallization


Chrystallization detection and prevention system which takes corrective actions in order to avoid nuisance trip. Automatic system allowing dilution of lithium bromide in case of power failure.

Pumps
Each Absorption machine is e q u i p p e d w i t h a s i n g l e , h e r m etic pump motor assembly having three pump impellers on a common shaft. The pump b e a r i n g s a n d t h e m o t o r a r e c o oled using distilled refrigerant water from the evaporator sump. There is a mechanicalmagnetic strainer assembly in the pump motor cooling circuit. The pump motor is factory mounted and wired. The pump motor is removable without

Capacity control
Trane Absorption chillers are provided with a microprocessor controller which automatically controls the leaving chilled water temperature. Control is accomplished by modulating t h e e n e r g y i n p u t , t o t h e m a c h in e t h r o u g h t h e u s e o f a n a u t omatic electric control valve, supplied by Trane. A standard demand limiter is used to limit energy input on start-up to 120 percent of full load energy consumption.

F10 CA 004 GB - 0597


Trane reserves the right to alter any information without prior notice. Supersedes F10 CA 004 E - 0595

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