A6D710AH0101 BA ENU

A6D710-AH01-01
Operating instructions
ebm-papst Mulfingen GmbH & Co. KG
Bachmühle 2
D-74673 Mulfingen
Phone +49 (0) 7938 81-0
Fax +49 (0) 7938 81-110
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.com
1. SAFETY REGULATIONS AND INFORMATION
Read these operating instructions carefully before starting work on the
device. Observe the following warnings to prevent malfunctions or
danger to persons.
These operating instructions are to be regarded as part of the device.
The device is only to be sold or passed on together with the operating
instructions.
These operating instructions may be duplicated and distributed to inform
about potential dangers and their prevention.
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CONTENTS
1. SAFETY REGULATIONS AND INFORMATION
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1.1 Hazard levels for warnings
1.2 Staff qualifications
1.3 Basic safety rules
1.4 Voltage
1.5 Safety and protective features
1.6 Mechanical movement
1.7 Emissions
1.8 Hot surface
1.9 Transport
1.10 Storage
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2. INTENDED USE
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3. TECHNICAL DATA
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3.1 Product drawing
3.2 Nominal data
3.3 Data according to ErP Directive
3.4 Technical description
3.5 Mounting data
3.6 Transport and storage conditions
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4. CONNECTION AND STARTUP
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4.1 Mechanical connection
4.2 Electrical connection
4.3 Connection in terminal box
4.4 Connection diagram
4.5 Opening additional cable glands
4.6 Checking connections
4.7 Switching on the device
4.8 Switching off the device
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5. MAINTENANCE, MALFUNCTIONS, POSSIBLE
CAUSES AND REMEDIES
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The safety hazards associated with the device must be assessed again
following installation in the final product.
Note the following when working on the device:
5.1 Cleaning
5.2 Safety inspection
5.3 Disposal
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; Do not perform any modifications, additions or conversions on the
device without the approval of ebm-papst.
1.1 Hazard levels for warnings
These operating instructions use the following hazard levels to indicate
potentially hazardous situations and important safety regulations:
DANGER
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which will result in
death or serious injury if the specified actions are not taken.
Compliance with the instructions is imperative.
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which can result in
death or serious injury if the specified actions are not taken.
Exercise extreme caution while working.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which can result in
minor or moderate injury or damage to property if the specified
actions are not taken.
NOTE
A potentially harmful situation can occur and, if not avoided, can
lead to property damage.
1.2 Staff qualifications
The device may only be transported, unpacked, installed, operated,
maintained and otherwise used by suitably qualified, trained and
authorized technical staff.
Only authorized specialists are permitted to install the device, to carry
out a test run and to perform work on the electrical installation.
1.3 Basic safety rules
1.4 Voltage
; Check the device's electrical equipment at regular intervals; see
Chapter 5.2 Safety inspection.
; Replace loose connections and defective cables immediately.
DANGER
Electrically charged device
Risk of electric shock
→ When working on an electrically charged device, stand on a
rubber mat.
WARNING
Live terminals and connections even with device
switched off
Electric shock
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→ Wait five minutes after disconnecting the voltage at all poles
before opening the device.
CAUTION
In the event of a fault, the rotor and the impeller will be
energized
The rotor and the impeller have basic insulation.
→ Do not touch the rotor and impeller once installed.
CAUTION
The motor restarts automatically when operating voltage
is applied, e.g. after a power failure.
Risk of injury
→ Keep out of the device's danger zone.
→ When working on the device, switch off the line voltage
and ensure that it cannot be switched back on.
→ Wait until the device comes to a stop.
→ Install the externally wired thermal overload protector in
the control circuit so that following a malfunction the motor
does not switch on again automatically after cooling off.
1.5 Safety and protective features
DANGER
Protective device missing and protective device not
functioning
Without a protective device there is a risk of serious injury, for
instance if the hands reach or are sucked into the device during
operation.
→ Operate the device only with a fixed protective device and
guard grille.# The fixed protective device must be able to
withstand the kinetic energy of a fan blade that becomes
detached at maximum speed. There must not be any gaps
which it is possible to reach into with the fingers, for example.
→ The device is a built-in component. As the operator, you
are responsible for ensuring that the device is secured
adequately.
→ Stop the device immediately if you notice a missing or
ineffective protective device.
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1.6 Mechanical movement
1.7 Emissions
WARNING
Depending on the installation and operating conditions,
the sound pressure level may exceed 70 dB(A).
Risk of noise-induced hearing loss
→ Take appropriate technical safety measures.
→ Protect operating personnel with appropriate safety
equipment such as hearing protection.
→ Also observe the requirements of local agencies.
1.8 Hot surface
CAUTION
High temperature on motor housing
Risk of burns
→ Ensure sufficient protection against accidental contact.
1.9 Transport
NOTE
Transporting the device
→ Transport the device in its original packaging only.
→ Secure the device so it cannot slip, e.g. by using a
lashing strip.
1.10 Storage
; Store the device, partially or fully assembled, in a dry and
weatherproof manner in the original packaging in a clean environment.
; Protect the device against environmental effects and dirt until final
installation.
; We recommend storing the device for no longer than one year in
order to guarantee trouble-free operation and the longest possible
service life.
; Even devices explicitly intended for outdoor use are to be stored as
described prior to commissioning.
; Maintain the storage temperature, see
Chapter 3.6 Transport and storage conditions.
; Make sure that all cable glands are fitted with dummy plugs.
DANGER
Rotating device
Risk of injury to body parts coming into contact with the rotor or
the impeller.
→ Secure the device against accidental contact.
→ Before working on the system/machine, wait until all
parts have come to a standstill.
WARNING
Rotating device
Long hair and dangling items of clothing, jewelry and the like
can become entangled and be pulled into the device. Injuries
can result.
→ Do not wear any loose-fitting or dangling clothing or jewelry
while working on rotating parts.#Protect long hair with a cap.
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2. INTENDED USE
The device is exclusively designed as a built-in device for conveying
air according to its technical data.
Any other usage above and beyond this does not conform with the
intended purpose and constitutes misuse of the device.
Customer equipment must be capable of withstanding the mechanical
and thermal stresses that can arise from this product. This applies for the
entire service life of the equipment in which this product is installed.
Intended use also includes
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Using the device only in power systems with grounded neutral (TN/
TT power systems).
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Using the device only in stationary systems.
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Performing all maintenance work.
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conveying air at an ambient air pressure between 750 mbar and 1050
mbar.
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Using the device within the permitted ambient temperature range; see
Chapter 3.6 Transport and storage conditions and
Chapter 3.2 Nominal data.
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Operating the device with all protective devices.
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Following the operating instructions.
Improper use
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In particular, operating the device in the following ways is prohibited and
could be hazardous:
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Operating the device in an unbalanced state, e.g. due to dirt deposits
or ice formation.
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Operation in medical equipment with a life-sustaining or life-support
function.
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Operation with external vibrations.
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Conveying solids in the flow medium.
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Painting the device
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Connections (e.g. screws) coming loose during operation.
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Opening the terminal box during operation.
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Conveying air that contains abrasive particles.
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Conveying highly corrosive air, e.g. salt spray. Exception: devices
designed for salt spray and correspondingly protected.
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Conveying air with high dust content, e.g. suctioning off sawdust.
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Operating the device close to flammable materials or components.
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Operating the device in an explosive atmosphere.
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Using the device as a safety component or to perform safety-related
functions.
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Operation with completely or partially disassembled or manipulated
protective devices.
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In addition, all applications not listed among the intended uses.
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3. TECHNICAL DATA
3.1 Product drawing
All dimensions in mm.
Direction of air flow "V"
Max. clearance for screw 18 mm
Tightening torque 1.5 ± 0.2 Nm
Cable diameter: min. 7 mm, max. 14 mm; tightening torque 2.0±0.3 Nm
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3.2 Nominal data
3.4 Technical description
Motor
M6D138-HF
Phase
Nominal voltage / VAC
Wiring
Frequency / Hz
3~
400
Δ
50
3~
400
Y
50
3~
480
Δ
60
3~
480
Y
60
Method of obtaining
data
Valid for approval/
standard
Speed (rpm) / min-1
Power consumption / W
Current draw / A
Max. back pressure / Pa
Min. ambient
temperature / °C
Max. ambient
temperature / °C
Starting current / A
Max. safe operating
speed (rpm) /
min-1
ml
ml
ml
ml
CE
CE
CE
CE
905
1030
2.35
125
-40
730
690
1.34
80
-40
1060
1700
2.87
170
-40
780
1030
1.72
92
-40
80
80
60
60
9
3
10
3.5
1650
1650
1650
1650
@ 70 °C @ 70 °C @ 70 °C @ 70 °C
ml = Max. load · me = Max. efficiency · fa = Free air
cs = Customer specification · ce = Customer equipment
Subject to change
3.3 Data according to ErP Directive
01 Overall efficiency ηes / %
02 Measurement category
03 Efficiency category
04 Efficiency grade N
05 Variable speed drive
06 Year of manufacture
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07 Manufacturer
08 Type
09 Power consumption Pe / kW
09 Air flow qv / m³/h
09 Pressure increase total psf /
Pa
10 Speed (rpm) n / min-1
11 Specific ratio*
12 Recycling/disposal
13 Maintenance
14 Additional components
*
Weight
Fan size
Rotor surface
Terminal box material
Blade material
Number of blades
Blade pitch
Airflow direction
Direction of rotation
Degree of protection
Insulation class
Moisture (F) /
Environmental (H)
protection class
Installation position
Condensation
drainage holes
Mode
Motor bearing
Touch current
according to IEC
60990 (measuring
circuit Fig. 4, TN
system)
Electrical hookup
Motor protection
Actual
Req. 2015
33.6
A
Static
40
No
33.6
with cable
Protection class
40
Conformity with
standards
Approval
The year of manufacture is specified on the
product's rating label.
ebm-papst Mulfingen GmbH & Co. KG
Amtsgericht (court of registration) Stuttgart ·
HRA 590344
D-74673 Mulfingen
19.9 kg
710 mm
Cast in aluminum
PP plastic
Sheet aluminum insert, sprayed with PP
plastic
5
-5°
"V"
Clockwise, viewed toward rotor
IP54
"F"
F3-1
Any
On rotor and stator sides
S1
Ball bearing
<= 3.5 mA
Via terminal box
Thermal overload protector (TOP) with
basic insulation
Axial
I (with customer connection of protective
earth)
EN 60034-1 (2010); EN 61800-5-1; CE
CCC; EAC; VDE
With regard to cyclic speed loads, note that the rotating parts of
the device are designed for a maximum of one million load
cycles. If you have special questions, consult ebm-papst for
support.
A6D710-AH01-01
0.97
10730
111
3.5 Mounting data
910
1.00
Strength class of
screws
Information on recycling and disposal is
provided in the operating instructions.
Information on installation, operation and
maintenance is provided in the operating
instructions.
Components used to calculate the energy
efficiency that are not apparent from the
measurement category are detailed in the
CE declaration.
Any further mounting data required can be taken from the product drawing.
Specific ratio = 1 + pfs / 100 000 Pa
Data obtained at optimum efficiency level. The ErP data is determined using a motor-impeller
combination in a standardized measurement setup.
; Secure the screws against unintentional loosening (e.g. use selflocking screws).
8.8
3.6 Transport and storage conditions
; Use the device in accordance with its degree of protection.
Max. permitted
ambient temp. for
motor (transport/
storage)
Min. permitted
ambient temp. for
motor (transport/
storage)
+ 80 °C
- 40 °C
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4. CONNECTION AND STARTUP
4.1 Mechanical connection
CAUTION
Cutting and crushing hazard when removing fan from
packaging
→ Carefully remove the device from its packaging, grasping it
by only the blades near the hub. Strictly avoid shocks.
→ Wear safety shoes and cut-resistant safety gloves.
CAUTION
Heavy load when unpacking device
Risk of physical injury, such as back injuries.
→ Two people should work together to remove the device from
its packaging.
; Check the device for transport damage. Damaged devices are not to
be installed.
; Install the undamaged device in accordance with your application.
; Do not perform any modifications, additions or conversions on the
device. Replacing the terminal box is not permitted.
CAUTION
Possible damage to the device
If the device slips during installation, serious damage can result.
→ Make sure the end of the cable is connected in a dry
environment.
Only connect the device to circuits that can be switched off with
an all-pole disconnection switch.
4.2.1 Requirements
; Check whether the data on the nameplate match the connection data.
; Before connecting the device, make sure the power supply matches
the device voltage.
; Only use cables designed for the current level indicated on the
nameplate.
For determining the cross-section, note the sizing criteria according
to EN 61800-5-1. The protective earth must have a cross-section
equal to or greater than that of the phase conductor.
We recommend the use of 105 °C cables. Ensure that the minimum
cable cross-section is at least
AWG 26 / 0.13 mm².
Ground conductor contact resistance according to EN 61800-5-1
DANGER
Voltage on the device
Electric shock
Compliance with the impedance specifications according to EN 61800-51 for the protective earth connection circuit must be verified in the end
application.
Depending on the circumstances of installation, it may be necessary to
connect an additional protective earth conductor to the extra protective
earth terminal on the device.
The protective earth terminal is on the housing and has a ground
conductor symbol and a bore hole.
→ Always connect a protective earth first.
4.2.2 Residual current circuit breaker (RCCB)
→ Ensure that the device is securely positioned at its place of
installation until all fastening screws have been tightened.
4.2 Electrical connection
→ Check the protective earth.
DANGER
Faulty insulation
Risk of fatal injury from electric shock
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NOTE
Water ingress into wires or cables
Water ingress at the customer end of the cable can damage the
device.
→ Use only cables that meet the specified installation
regulations for voltage, current, insulation material, capacity,
etc.
→ Route cables so that they cannot be touched by any
rotating parts.
DANGER
Electrical charge (>50 µC) between phase conductor and
protective earth connection after switching off supply
with multiple devices connected in parallel.
Electric shock, risk of injury
→ Ensure sufficient protection against accidental contact.
Before working on the electrical hookup, short the supply
and PE connections.
CAUTION
Voltage
The fan is a built-in component and has no disconnecting switch.
→ Only connect the fan to circuits that can be switched off with
an all-pole disconnection switch.
→ When working on the fan, secure the system/machine in
which the fan is installed so as to prevent it from being
switched back on.
Only pulse-current sensitive and/or universal residual current
devices (type A or B) are permitted. As with variable
frequency drives, residual current devices cannot provide
personal safety while operating the device.
4.2.3 Voltage control
With speed control using transformers or electronic voltage
regulators (e.g. phase control), excessive current may occur.
In addition, depending on how the device is installed, noises
can occur with phase control.
4.2.4 Variable frequency drive
Please use a variable frequency drive only after consultation with ebmpapst.
When a variable frequency drive is used for speed adjustment, the
maximum safe operating speed (see 3.2 Nominal data) may not be
exceeded.
For operation with variable frequency drives, install sinusoidal
filters that work on all poles (phase-phase and phase-ground)
between the drive and the motor.
During operation with variable frequency drives, an all-pole
sine filter protects the motor against high-voltage transients that
can destroy the coil insulation system, and against harmful
bearing currents.
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Heating of the motor due to use of a variable frequency drive must be
checked in the application by the customer.
4.3 Connection in terminal box
Fans installed upright
When routing the cable, make sure that the cable glands are located at
the bottom. The cables must always be routed downward.
4.3.1 Preparing cables for connection
Only strip the cable as far as necessary, ensuring that the cable gland is
sealed and there is no strain on the connections. For tightening torques,
see Chapter 3.1 Product drawing.
NOTE
Tightness and strain relief are dependent on the cable
used.
→ This must be checked by the user.
Fig. 3: Cable routing for fans installed upright.
4.3.4 Motor protection
4.3.2 Connecting wires to terminals
; Remove the cap from the cable gland.
Only remove caps where cables are fed in.
; Route the wire(s) (not included in scope of delivery) into the terminal
box.
; First connect the "PE" (protective earth).
; Connect the wires to the corresponding terminals.
; Connect the thermal overload protector (TOP).
Use a screwdriver to do so.
When connecting, ensure that no wire ends fan out.
The terminal strip is equipped with a penetration guard.
; Insert the leads until they meet resistance.
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; Seal the terminal box.
4.3.3 Cable routing
Water must be prevented from reaching the cable gland along the cable.
Fans installed lying flat
Make sure the cable is routed in a U-shaped loop.
CAUTION
Voltage
The device is a built-in component and has no disconnecting
switch.
→ Connect the device to a suitable tripping unit.
→ Only connect the device to circuits that can be switched
off with an all-pole disconnection switch.
→ When working on the device, secure the system/
machine in which the device is installed so as to prevent it
from being switched back on.
NOTE
Lack of motor protection
Without motor protection, the motor can overheat and suffer
damage.
→ Connect the thermal overload protector installed in the
winding.
The motors are equipped with thermal overload protectors to protect the
devices.
Check to make sure that the thermal overload protector is correctly
connected before each operation.
Failure to connect the thermal overload protector correctly will
invalidate your warranty claim.
Fig. 2: Fan installed lying flat, cable routed in a U-shaped loop.
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4.4 Connection diagram
Delta connection
Star connection
= U1 = black
= V1 = blue
= W1 = brown
yellow
green
white
2x gray
green/yellow
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Δ
Y
L1
L2
L3
W2
U2
V2
TOP
PE
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4.5 Opening additional cable glands
4.8 Switching off the device
A second cable gland opening can be made in the terminal box.
; Disconnect the device from the power supply at the supply line's
main switch.
WARNING
In the event of a fault, the cable gland is energized
Electric shock
→ Do not use metal cable glands with plastic terminal boxes.
; Screw the cable gland into the precut thread using a wrench. When
doing so, take note of the tightening torques; see Chapter 3.1 Product
drawing.
; Remove the plastic tab that fell off inside the terminal box when it was
penetrated.
; When disconnecting, be sure to disconnect the ground connection last.
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CAUSES AND REMEDIES
Do not perform any repairs on your device. Send the device to ebmpapst for repair or replacement.
WARNING
Live terminals and connections even with device
switched off
Electric shock
→ Wait five minutes after disconnecting the voltage at all poles
before opening the device.
Fig. 4: Cable gland opening
NOTE
Tightness and strain relief are dependent on the cable
used.
→ This must be checked by the user.
→ Keep out of the device's danger zone.
→ When working on the device, switch off the line voltage
and ensure that it cannot be switched back on.
4.6 Checking connections
→ Wait until the device comes to a stop.
; Ensure isolation from supply (all phases).
→ Install the externally wired thermal overload protector in
the control circuit so that following a malfunction the motor
does not switch on again automatically after cooling off.
; Make sure a restart is impossible
; Check the cables for proper fit.
; Screw the terminal box cover back on again. Terminal box tightening
torque, see Chapter 3.1 Product drawing.
; Make sure the terminal box is completely closed and sealed and that
all screws and cable glands have been properly tightened.
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CAUTION
The motor restarts automatically when operating voltage
is applied, e.g. after a power failure.
Risk of injury
If the device is out of use for some time, e.g. when in storage,
we recommend switching it on for at least two hours to allow
any condensation to evaporate and to move the bearings.
4.7 Switching on the device
Malfunction/fault
Impeller not
running smoothly
The device may only be switched on if it has been installed properly and
in accordance with its intended use, including the required safety
mechanisms and professional electrical hookup. This also applies for
devices which have already been equipped with plugs and terminals or
similar connectors by the customer.
Motor not turning
WARNING
Hot motor housing
Risk of fire
→ Ensure that no combustible or flammable materials are
located close to the fan.
; Before switching on, check the device for visible external damage
and make sure the protective devices are functional.
; Check the fan's air flow paths for foreign matter and remove any
foreign matter found.
; Apply the nominal supply voltage.
Motor
overtemperature
Possible cause
Imbalance in rotating
parts
Possible remedy
Clean the device;
replace it if imbalance
persists after cleaning.
Make sure no
weight clips are
removed during
cleaning.
Mechanical blockage Switch off, isolate
from supply and
remove mechanical
blockage.
Line voltage faulty
Check line voltage,
restore power supply.
Faulty connection
Isolate from supply,
correct connection;
see connection
diagram.
Thermal overload
Allow motor to cool
protector activated
off, locate and rectify
cause of error,
release restart lockout
if necessary
Impermissible point of Check point of
operation
operation
Ambient temperature Reduce ambient
too high
temperature if possible
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Deficient cooling
Improve cooling
5.3.1 Country-specific legal requirements
NOTE
Country-specific legal requirements
Always observe the applicable country-specific legal
regulations with regard to the disposal of products or waste
occurring in the various phases of the life cycle. The
corresponding disposal standards are also to be heeded.
In the event of further malfunctions, contact ebm-papst.
5.1 Cleaning
NOTE
Damage to the device during cleaning
Malfunction possible
5.3.2 Disassembly
→ Do not clean the device using a water jet or high-pressure
cleaner.# Do not use any acid, alkali or solventbasedcleaning agents.# Do not use any pointed or sharpedged objects for cleaning
Disassembly of the product must be performed or supervised by
qualified personnel with the appropriate technical knowledge.
The product is to be disassembled into suitable components for disposal
employing standard procedures for motors.
WARNING
Heavy parts of the product may drop off. Some of the
product components are heavy. These components
could drop off during disassembly.
This can result in fatal or serious injury and material damage.
5.2 Safety inspection
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What to check
Contact
protection
cover for
intactness or
damage
Device for
damage to
blades and
housing
Fastening the
cables
Fastening the
protective earth
terminal
Insulation of
cables for
damage
Tightness of
cable gland
How to check How often
Visual inspection At least every
6 months
What action?
Repair or
replacement of
device
→ Secure components before unfastening to stop them falling.
5.3.3 Component disposal
Visual inspection At least every
6 months
Replacement of
device
Visual inspection At least every
6 months
Visual inspection At least every
6 months
Fasten
Visual inspection At least every
6 months
Replace cables
Visual inspection At least every
6 months
Condensation
Visual inspection At least every
drainage holes
6 months
for clogging,
where necessary
Welds for crack Visual inspection At least every
formation
6 months
Fasten
Retighten,
replace if
damaged
Open holes
Replace device
5.3 Disposal
For ebm-papst, environmental protection and resource preservation are
top priority corporate goals.
ebm-papst operates an environmental management system which is
certified in accordance with ISO 14001 and rigorously implemented
around the world on the basis of German standards.
Right from the development stage, ecological design, technical safety
and health protection are fixed criteria.
The following section contains recommendations for ecological disposal
of the product and its components.
The products are mostly made of steel, copper, aluminum and plastic.
Metallic materials are generally considered to be fully recyclable.
Separate the components for recycling into the following categories:
●
Steel and iron
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Aluminum
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Non-ferrous metal, e.g. motor windings
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Plastics, particularly with brominated flame retardants, in accordance
with marking
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Insulating materials
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Cables and wires
●
Electronic scrap, e.g. circuit boards
Only ferrite magnets and not rare earth magnets are used in external
rotor motors from ebm-papst Mulfingen GmbH & Co. KG.
; Ferrite magnets can be disposed of in the same way as normal iron
and steel.
Electrical insulating materials on the product, in cables and wires are
made of similar materials and are therefore to be treated in the same
manner.
The materials concerned are as follows:
●
Miscellaneous insulators used in the terminal box
●
Power cables
●
Cables for internal wiring
●
Electrolytic capacitors
Dispose of electronic components employing the proper procedures for
electronic scrap.
→ Please contact ebm-papst for any other questions on disposal.
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