Alliance Laundry Systems CI 1650-325 User Manual

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Workplaces and noise level

The construction and appearance of the machine are illustrated on the layout below.

On the layout, the operators’ workplaces during normal operation are indicated by the human figures, which are sketched in.

WARNING

It may involve risk to the operator to work on or under the machine. Work Stay in these areas is only allowed for

authorized personnel, and only when the machine has been stopped, cooled down and the main switch has been locked in position "0".

Normally the ironed pieces are coming into the outlet tray after ironing, where the operator can take them without any danger.

WARNING

It may involve risk of burning to the operator when taking the sheets directly from the roll, deeper into the machine at the outlet tray. Jams should always be taken away by authorized personnel.

The sound pressure levels of the machine have been measured at a height of 1.6 m at the indicated workplaces of the operator. The value for the workplace is 60dB.

side view

top view

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Technical data CI1650/325, CI2050/325

 

1650/325

2050/325

Roller

 

 

Diameter

323 mm

323 mm

Length

1740 mm

2140 mm

Working width

1600 mm

2000 mm

Dimensions

 

 

Height

1140 mm

1140 mm

Width

2328 mm

2728 mm

Depth (excl. feeding bag)

886 (650) mm

886 (650) mm

Net weight

 

 

Gas-heated

625 kg

710 kg

Electrical heated

665 kg

760 kg

Electrical connection

 

 

Electric 400V 3p + 0 50Hz

35A

35A

Electric 230V 3p + 0 50Hz

50A

65A

Gas 230V 1p + 0 50Hz

10A

10A

Gas 120V 1p + 60Hz

10A

10A

Other connections

 

 

Gas

Motor drive main roll Motor ventilator

Adjustable speed

Airflow ventilator Exhaust

Use of power

Electrical heated

Gas-heated

Electric consumption of gasheated ironer

Electric consumption of electrical ironer

Capacity linen (percentage of moisture 50%)

Electrical

Gas

Ambient conditions

1/2" 0.18 kW

0.13 kW

1.4->6 m/min.

570m³/h

Ø100 mm

18 kW

22.5 kW

28 kW

35 kW

0.6 kW

0.6 kW

18.6 kW

23.1 kW

33 Kg/h

42 Kg/h

42.5 Kg/h

53.5 Kg/h

Permitted max. ambient temperature

+40°C

Permitted max. relative moisture

85%

of the atmosphere

 

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Sound level measurement

Measuring points

The measuring points are defined as workplaces on the machine in question during normal operation.

Measuring method

The measuring result is an average of a measurement for 60 seconds, measured on the actual machine or on a corresponding machine. The measuring result will appear as a LpA value. The result will have an uncertainty of ± 2 dB. The LpA value is the reference workplace emission.

Measuring conditions

During the measurements, the machine will be equipped with legs or transport wheels and be located on a concrete floor.

Measuring equipment

The measurements are carried out with a noise meter approved for DIN IEC 651 Class 3.

Conversion table

Length: 1 m = 1,000 mm = 3.2808 ft = 39.3701 in

Weight: 1 kg = 1,000 g = 2.2046 lb

Area: 1 m² = 10.7639 ft² = 1.550 . 10³ in²

Volume: 1 m³ = 1,000 l = 35.3145 ft³ = 60.976 . 10³ in³

Temperature: °C = 0.556 . (°F - 32)

(0 °C = 32.0 °F)

Force: 1 N = 0.2248 lbf

Pressure: 1 Pa = 0.145 . 10-3 psi 1 bar = 14.50 psi

Tension, mechanical: 1 N/mm² = 106 Pa = 145.0 lbf/in²

Energy, mechanical: 1 J = 947.8 . 10-6 Btu

Energy, electrical: 1 kWh = 3.412 . 10³ Btu

Effect: 1 kW = 3413 Btu/h = 1.341 hp

Momentum: 1 Nm = 737.1 . 10-3 lb-ft

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Warranty and service instructions

The manufacturer undertakes to replace defective parts resulting from faulty design, materials or workmanship for a period not exceeding 12 months from contractual delivery time, or max. 2,500 operating hours. The warranty is only valid if the product is correctly installed and maintained in accordance with the manufacturer's instruction and common practice. No warranty claim can be made as a result of inappropriate operation, improper use, and use of force.

The manufacturer's warranty does not include damage that is due to insufficient maintenance, changes or repair made without the written consent of the manufacturer, normal wear or defects due to war, strike, lockout, and other force majeure or political conditions, which the manufacturer cannot control. The same applies to damage to products, which are not supplied by the manufacturer or a construction ordered by the buyer.

Wearing parts such as transport belts, drive belts or similar are not included in the warranty.

The manufacturer is not liable for production losses due to machine malfunctions.

Faulty parts will be replaced by the manufacturer upon receipt of the faulty components.

Transport costs to the manufacturer and back to the buyer, transport insurance and installation costs are for the buyer's account.

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Initial setup of the machine

Transport and machine fastening

The machine has been secured with bolts on a solid wooden frame and has been safely packed in plastic sheeting from the factory.

WARNING / DANGER

During all transport and handling of the machine, there is a risk of the machine tipping over or falling over onto persons. In order to avoid accidents, the following should therefore be observed:

During transport and handling with a fork-lifttruck, the forks should be situated proportional to the center of gravity as shown below and on the packing of the machine.

Never use lifting and hoisting material with a too small lifting capacity. See paragraph 'Technical data' concerning the weight of the machine.

The max. weight of the machine including packing is stated on the packing of the machine.

Never move the machine on inclined or uneven surfaces.

Important

We recommend to let the wooden frame remain bolted for the use of transport with fork-lifttruck, until the machine is near the place of setting up.

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Setting up the machine

Preparation of the machine

-Inspect the machine by delivery on any damage.

-The machine can be moved by a manual pallet lifter.

-Remove the packing carefully and remove the parts on top of the machine.

-Place the machine on its final position. Keep in mind that the sides of the machine have to be free of any surroundings of at least 1 meter.

-The back must be at least 30 cm from the wall because of the turning cover.

Mechanical installation

-The machine has to be level. To check this, use a spirit level.

-The machine can be levelled by adjusting the four bolts under the machine. Loosen the lock nuts, adjust the four bolts so the machine is level and fasten the lock nuts.

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Exhaust system

Whenever possible, install the ironer along an outside wall where duct length can be kept to a minimum, and make-upair can be easily accessed. The construction must not block the airflow at the rear of the ironer.

Doing so would prevent adequate air supply to the ironer combustion.

For maximum efficiency, ironer air must be exhausted to the outdoors by the shortest possible route.

Note

Never connect an ironer duct at a 90° angle to the collector dust (see picture below). Doing so will cause excessive back pressure, resulting in poor performance.

Never connect two ironer exhaust ducts directly across from each other at the point of entry to the collector dust.

Number of ironers

D1

D2

D3

Diameter of the exhaust pipe (in mm)

100

150

225

Ventilation aperture required section (in dm²)

0,8

1,8

4

D1

D2

D2

1

2

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In order to ensure a satisfactory function of the machine exhaust system, the subsequent pipe system that is installed in the laundry, should as minimum be dimensioned according to the following guidelines. If the pressure loss in the piping system is increased as a result of dimensioning faults, this will cause a reduction of the exhaust and thus the machine capacity.

In case of short distances between the ironer and the outlet to the outside, i.e. less than 15m including allowance for bends, the exhaust pipe can be made as a channel with diameter 125mm for all machine types.

In case of longer distances, we recommend to use a larger pipe diameter. When judging the exhaust channel, see the following tables that deal with pressure loss and the dynamic pressure by different pipe dimensions and also deal with the equivalent pipe lengths for different part elements in an exhaust channel.

Dynamic pressure (Pd) in [Pa] and specific pressure loss (∆p) in [Pa/m] dependent on volume flow in m³/h and pipe diameter (dia) in mm. S is the speed in m/s.

Diameter

 

100

 

 

125

 

 

150

 

Volume

Pd

∆p

S

Pd

∆p

S

Pd

∆p

S

m³/hour

Pa

Pa

m/s

Pa

Pa

m/s

Pa

Pa

m/s

250

47

14

8,8

19

4

5,7

9

2

3,9

350

93

26

12,4

38

8

7,9

18

3

5,5

450

153

42

15,9

63

13

10,2

30

5

7,1

550

229

62

19,5

94

19

12,4

45

7

8,6

650

320

85

23,0

131

26

14,7

63

10

10,2

750

426

112

26,5

174

34

17,0

84

13

11,8

850

547

143

30,1

224

44

19,2

108

17

13,4

950

683

178

33,6

280

54

21,5

135

21

14,9

1050

834

217

37,1

342

66

23,8

165

25

16,5

1150

1001

259

40,7

410

79

26,0

198

30

18,1

1250

1182

305

44,2

484

92

28,3

234

35

19,6

1350

1379

355

47,7

565

107

30,6

272

41

21,2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Diameter

 

160

 

 

180

 

 

200

 

Volume

Pd

∆p

S

Pd

∆p

S

Pd

∆p

S

m³/hour

Pa

Pa

m/s

Pa

Pa

m/s

Pa

Pa

m/s

250

7

1

3,5

5

1

2,7

3

0

2,2

350

14

2

4,8

9

1

3,8

6

1

3,1

450

23

4

6,2

15

2

4,9

10

1

4,0

550

35

5

7,6

22

3

6,0

14

2

4,9

650

49

7

9,0

30

4

7,1

20

2

5,7

750

65

10

10,4

41

5

8,2

27

3

6,6

850

83

12

11,7

52

7

9,3

34

4

7,5

950

104

15

13,1

65

8

10,4

43

5

8,4

1050

127

18

14,5

79

10

11,5

52

6

9,3

1150

153

22

15,9

95

12

12,6

63

7

10,2

1250

180

25

17,3

113

14

13,6

74

8

11,1

1350

210

29

18,7

131

16

14,7

86

9

11,9

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Equivalent pipe length in m for selected single resistances :

Right-angledcorner : 13.4

90 degrees smooth bend R/D = 2 : 2.1

90 degrees angular bend R/D = 2 (three sections) : 2.6 90 degrees angular bend R/D = 2 (five sections) : 2.1

In general, we recommend that the pressure loss in the exhaust pipe is kept as low as possible.

If more machines are to be connected to the same exhaust channel, it is necessary to contact a ventilating firm that can advise you with regard to the correct dimensioning of the exhaust channel.

The pressure loss in the exhaust channel can be calculated in the following way :

Pchannel = Pd + Iength channel x ∆p

If Pchannel > 300 Pa, we recommend to increase the pipe dimension.

For this purpose, a prefabricated transfer piece is to be used.

To avoid noise, we advise to keep the maximum velocity in the pipe under 12 m/sec.

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Electrical installation

The customer must install a circuit breaker for each machine.

Compare the type of network and its voltage with the data mentioned on the machine and pay attention to the instructions. For the connection, regulations according to VDE 0100 as well as the local valid regulations of the energy providing premises are to be taken into consideration.

It is very important to have the electric connections done by a qualified technician, in order to make sure that the installation is effected in accordance with the prevailing standards and instructions and the valid instructions where the machine is to be installed.

Make sure that the voltage, which is to be connected, corresponds to the voltage mentioned on the indication plate of the ironer inside the righthanded frame. The selected network connection cannot be less powerful than the H07RNF according to the VDE 0282 and should have a minimum diameter, which corresponds to the nominal electric power mentioned on the ironer.

Each machine must have a main switch. With this main switch, it is possible to cut the electrical equipment from the mains, also by persons who have not been trained in the field of electrotechnics. This is necessary for cleaning, maintenance and reparation activities, both for the machine itself and for the corresponding electrical equipment. In the guidance from the feeding to the electrical equipment, the main switch is always behind the proper mains connection.

The main switch can also be applied in the supply guidance separately. It needs to be placed very close to the machine so that there cannot be misunderstandings that the switch belongs to the machine.

When there are two or more main switches, there may not exist a dangerous situation when not all the main switches are disconnected at the same time. For each main switch, there must be a warning, which says that there is more than one feeding. If the main switches are placed far from each other

(not usual and not recommended), a supply will have to be made which separates the main switches by disconnecting one of them. The control of this supply is in fact a safety-relatedcontrol which applies EN954-1.In practice, the supply will often be executed in category 1 (EN954-1)with bipolar contacts.

Overview circuit breakers and wire section feeding cable per machine

 

Circuit breaker size

Cable section

Fuse

CI325 gas

25A

1,5mm²

16A

CI325 elec 3x230V

80A

16mm²

63A

CI325 elec 3x400V

63A

6mm²

40A

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