AQUALIS – CALEO MICROCONNECT N B Installation Fonctionnement Mise en service Maintenance Installation Operation Commissioning Maintenance. Aqualis Caleo. 60H. 60HT. 70HT. Heating capacity *. kW. Power input *. kW. COP. Refrigerant fluid RC – Load. CIA. T CALEO. 10 – NA E. Instruction manual . The TDC series AQUACIAT CALEO heat pumps meet the heating needs of 0 = Aqualis Caleo.
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Each comes equipped as standard with: They are factory tested and checked and are delivered charged with RC refrigerant.
Air/water heat pump – AQUALIS R series – CIAT
Make mention of any damaged or missing parts on the delivery slip. The information on the plate particularly the description aqialis the serial number must be quoted in all correspondence. The recommendations and instructions given in the maintenance instructions and the special instructions on the labels must be followed.
Always comply with applicable standards and regulations. Specifications – Settings stored in memory for two aqjalis following a power cut – Blue backlit digital display – Maximum dimensions: IP 30 – Operating temperature limits: The terminal also works as a room thermostat and thus plays an active role in controlling the unit. However, special applications e. Caaleo so, the terminal may be located anywhere without affecting control see paragraph under table on page Location in room The terminal should be installed at a recommended height of 1.
Mounting First detach the terminal from its mounting plate, as shown in Fig. Aqhalis attach the mounting plate to a wall using the screws and anchor bolts or a flush-mount box 60 mm centre distance using the holes Fig. To do so, loosen the screw Fig.
If necessary, remove the knockouts Fig. Connection – Attach the two wires to the terminal Fig. To do so, first insert the tabs Fig. AWG 16 to 28; or 0.
Although it is rain resistant, it may be installed under a shelter with adequate ventilation on all four sides. However, as soon as you begin designing your system, you should take into consideration the outdoor environment to estimate the radiated noise and the building type to estimate the noise transmitted through the air and by solid materials vibrations.
Protect from prevailing winds Weight and handling Now that you have chosen a location for your unit, you may begin installing it.
Bear aquqlis mind the weight and dimensions given in this section. The diameters of the tubes are not necessarily the same as those of the unit Pipe aqualsi Diameters of water connections Supply pipe connections: Insulate the filter or xaleo it indoors protect from freezing temperatures.
Connect the kit and filter to the return water line. Hoses must be used to aquali the water pipes to limit as far as possible the vibrations transmitted to the building. It is essential that they be fitted if the unit is installed on anti-vibration mounts.
Insulate the pipes and hoses carefully to prevent heat loss and cxleo. Always comply with the appropriate bend radius. As the hoses are insulated, bend them at sufficiently wide angles to avoid pinching the inner tube and restricting the flow of water.
A 3 bar safety valve must be aqualid on the water loop. If your system is fitted with an optional electric heater, install the valve near it. The valve does not need to be separated from the heater by a shut-off valve. This can be minimised by following two rules: Walls can increase noise levels considerably and reflect noise in various directions.
If water installation capacity superior to the values indicated in the technical characteristics table chap 7. It is not necessary to add glycol to your system if you are aqualsi sure that there is no risk of freezing temperatures in your area. If this aqhalis not the case, follow the procedure below: Protecting your system To protect your heating system and avoid all risks of it freezing should it be intentionally or accidentally turned off, we strongly advise that you: Either drain the water circuit by disconnecting the unit inlet and outletOr take the following precautions: Protect your indoor water circuit with a mix of water, antifreeze and corrosion inhibitor and, possibly, a biocide.
Using a corrosion inhibitor will also prevent the formation of sludge caused primarily by corrosion. You may use refrigerants made with monopropylene glycol or a natural compound containing one or more corrosion inhibitors never use monopropylene glycol by itself; always mix it with corrosion inhibitors.
Do not use products made with monoethylene glycol, which is toxic. Always dilute the antifreeze with water before adding it to the system. Never add them separately. Always mix the correct amounts of water, antifreeze and corrosion inhibitor in a container before adding them to the system Procedure 1- Rinse and drain the system Always flush the system completely and blow it aqqualis to remove any remaining water.
Washing the system with a suitable cleaner is recommended the type of cleaner depends on the system s materials. Follow up the final rinse faleo a complete drain of the system.
If you have a radiant floor heating system, only use pressurised neutral gas compressed air, nitrogen to blow out the water remaining in the water loops.
Allow the mixture to run through the entire system for at least 2 hours before starting the heat pump. Use a hydrometer or a refractometer to check the final proportion obtained. Always top up with the same type of mix initially used. The analysis will reveal whether the water is suitable for use with the various materials it will come into contact with and prevent the formation of electrolytic couples: Electrolyte calso may be obtained from specialist distributors in the case of major corrosion problems.
Remove the top as shown in Figure 1 and make a connection to terminal block J1 on the PSU board the one with the contactor. Make sure the terminals are securely tightened. Fig 1 1 Remove the middle screw rear of unit 2 Detach both ends as shown in picture 3 Remove of the top by sliding it toward the rear – The characteristics of the mains supply must be identical to those on the data plate.
NF C in France and are under the responsibility of the installer. Failure to comply with the requirements of the above standards will void the CIAT warranty. It is your responsibility to caaleo the unit from mains voltage spikes and voltage spikes caused by lightning. Depending on the geographic location and the type of mains network buried or overheadyou may have to install a lightning rod.
Check your local electrical codes and regulations.
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Taking temperature readings is sufficient in most faleo. The compressor will start up after a few seconds. Heating mode If the direction of rotation is wrong: To solve the problem, swap two power supply phases.
It may be necessary to use them when starting the unit or when turning it off for extended periods of time. Determine the right speed for the circulator based on the system s pressure losses and the available pressure curves for the heat pump.
The protective covers may be removed in order to change the circulator speed or reach the aqualiz screws. Speed change dial under protective cover Release screws under protective cover To keep your system running smoothly and, more specifically, if your Aqualis Caleo is installed at a high point, you must bleed the air contained inside it at the time of commissioning.
This can be done by opening the manual bleed valve located under the unit cover when turning the unit on or by installing a section of the water line and an automatic bleed valve over the unit. It may be wise to bleed this air. To do so, simply loosen the nut measure on the bottom of the pressure switch approx.
Then check for any leaks. It is therefore strictly prohibited to bypass it; doing so will create a safety hazard to property and people. Fans The fans are fastened to the panel by four plastic M6x20 screws. Do not tighten these screws to a torque of greater than 1 Nm. If you do not have a torque wrench, tighten them until they are snug then tighten a further quarter turn. Compressor The compressor is fastened to the platform by four 8 mm dia. Do not tighten these screws to a torque of greater than 13 Nm.
If you do not have a torque wrench, tighten them until they are snug then tighten a further three-quarters of a turn. Circulator The circulator on every unit, regardless of size, is fitted with release screws. Recommendations Take the operating readings and perform the checks listed in the table Section 4. Pressure or temperature measurements requiring the use of gauges should be taken only if the unit malfunctions and doing so is recommended by CIAT s After-Sales Service. To keep your unit running smoothly and to benefit from the warranty, take out a maintenance contract with your installer or an approved maintenance company.
With the unit running, check it thoroughly for any abnormal visual signs or noises. Check for any water or oil leaks around the unit and make sure the condensate water drains correctly. Mandatory annual checks Leaks on the refrigeration circuit. Check the glycol content if used. Check the water filters for dirt.
Clean the drain pan. Check for any loose electrical connections. Electrical connection tightness check Outdoor coil cleaning Control check Differential aquaalis pressure switch Status of liquid sight glass and leak detection Dial selection dot 8-position operation mode dial.
Frost protection indicator Bypass indicator. Compressor operation Indicator 5: