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Angelantoni Industrie CHALLENGE - ES Freezer
Manufacturer:
Model:
CHALLENGE - ES
Date:
2003
Class:
Type:
SubType:
THERMOSTATIC AND CLIMATIC CHAMBERS

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The inner chamber is made of stainless steel (AISI 304) and is welded to make it steamproof. The external structure and the base of the chamber are made of epoxy-painted steel. The chamber is insulated with special CFC-free polymer- ized polyurethane foam with a density of 40 kg/cu.m. The door has a heated inspection hatch; the inner surface is made of stainless steel, the external surface is made of shockproof plastic. The chamber is lit by an incandescent lamp on the ceiling. Each chamber is equipped with an 80 mm port hole 6.

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Service and User Manual
Manual type:
Service and User Manual
Pages:
50
Size:
1.37 Mbytes (1434249 Bytes)
Language:
english
Revision:
Manual-ID:
512974
Date:
14 March 2003
Quality:
Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.
Upload date:
17 August 2019
MD5:
7e13dfc3f06e26c1da041a705cc42bcd
Downloads:
236

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SUMMARY OF RATING PLATE DATA ... 5 WARNINGS ... 5 2.1 GENERAL WARNINGS ... 5 2.2 WARNINGS FOR TRANSPORT AND HANDLING ... 6 2.3 WARNINGS FOR INSTALLATION ... 6 2.4 WARNINGS FOR PERSONNEL IN CHARGE OF THE MACHINE ... 6 2.5 WARNINGS FOR MAINTENANCE ... 6 2.6 EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS ... 6 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ... 7 3.1 TECHNICAL DATA FOR CLIMATIC CHAMBERS ... 7 3.2 TECHNICAL DATA FOR THERMOSTATIC CHAMBERS ... 12 3.3 PERFORMANCE -gradients ... 16 3.4 ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS ... 17 3.5 FUSES ... 18 HANDLING AND REMOVAL OF PACKAGING ... 19 4.1 PERSONNEL REQUISITES ... 19 4.2 MACHINE CONDITIONS ... 19 4.3 EQUIPMENT NEEDED FOR HANDLING ... 19 4.4 HOW TO REMOVE THE PACKAGING ... 20 4.4.1 How to remove the outer straps ... 20 4.4.2 How to remove the cardboard casing ... 20 4.4.3 How to remove the internal straps ... 20 4.4.4 How to remove the wooden side blocks ... 20 4.4.5 How to remove the pallet ... 20 DESCRIPTION OF THE SYSTEM ... 21 5.1 GENERAL VIEW ... 21 5.2 CONTROL SYSTEM ... 23 5.3 COOLING SYSTEM ... 24 5.4 DEHUMIDIFCATION SYSTEM ... 24 5.5 HUMIDIFICATION SYSTEM ... 25 5.6 HEATING SYSTEM ... 25 5.7 INTERNAL LIGHT ... 25 5.8 PROBES ... 25 INSTALLATION ... 26 6.1 POSITIONING OF THE MACHINE ... 26 6.2 PLUMBING ... 27 6.2.1 Condensate drain ... 27 6.2.2 Mains water or demineralized water supply for humidification ... 27 6.2.3 Water supply for condenser ... 28 6.3 ELECTRICAL WIRING ... 29 6.3.1 Characteristics of the plug ... 29 6.3.2 Socket Board ... 29 6.3.3 General specifications for the electrical system ... 29 6.3.4 Electrical wiring ... 29 6.3.5 Earth connection ... 29 6.3.6 Preferential supply for the internal computer ... 30 6.3.7 Lamp connection for irradiation and UV radiations ... 30 6.3.8 Specimen power supply connection ... 30 6.3.9 Interface and serial port connection ... 30 USE FORESEEN BY THE MANUFACTURER ... 33 7.1 AIM OF THE MACHINE ... 33 7.2 MACHINE END-USE ... 33 7.3 OPERATOR ... 33 7.4 USE LIMITS ... 33 7.5 USE OF PROTECTIVE CLOTHING ... 33 7.6 DANGEROUS AREAS AND WASTE RISKS ... 33 START-UP ... 34 8.1 COMPRESSOR OIL HEATING ... 34 8.2 ALARM SET-UP ... 34 8.2.1 Software alarms ... 35 8.2.2 Hardware alarms ... 35 8.2.3 Fixed alarm for maximum temperature ... 36 8.3 OPERATIONAL CHECK ... 36 8.4 CONTROL OF WET BULB GAUZE (climatic chambers) ... 36 USE ... 37 9.1 LOADING OF THE PRODUCT TO BE TESTED ... 37 9.2 POSITIONING OF CONTROL PANEL ... 39 9.2.1 Panel inclined upwards ... 39 9.2.2 Panel inclined downwards ... 39 9.2 SET-UP FOR A TEMPERATURE CYCLE ... 40 9.3 UV LAMP (optional) ... 41 9.4 SHUTDOWN ... 42 9.5 EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN ... 42 9.6 START-UP AFTER AN EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN ... 42 SAFETY DEVICES -CHECK AND SET-UP ... 43 MAINTENANCE ... 44 TROUBLESHOOTING ... 48 REMOVAL FROM INSTALLATION SITE ... 50 13.1 DISASSEMBLY ... 50 13.2 SCRAPPING ... 50

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