Shinwa Cooling Towers

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JABL OMERSHINWA COOLING TAWER FAWAZ REFR. & AIR CONDITINING GROUP (. 'n "·AY"" : (. y) "VYAo, _"l\\AtA : YHl\r' ,,...,..,,, ""0" ·Vi,l\/··, Jeddah. C.R.: 20510076961001 - P.G. Box:. 13218 Jeddeh 21493 - Tel:. (02) 6672850 - 6691848 - Fax:. (02) 6608316 E-mail: [email protected] Website: ",.,1..=.11 J=jsJI ¥ Date January 16,2010 Ref # FWZ/2851/1O To M/s. Advanced Vision Co. Attn Mr. Satish K. Gupta Sub Cooling Towers for Jabal Omar Project - Makkah Sir, Reference to the above subject and your revised enquiry for Cooling Tower, we are pleased to submit our technical offer as follows : - Shinwa Counter Flow (SCC) Design Cooling Tower ( Design # TEC07-10-005,006) HDG steel structure &FRP panels, FRP water basin. SCC-4800ABT ( 1 cell ) Capacity 30267 KW In-Oct-WB 42.8-35.0-30.0 deg C water flow rate 55620 l/min ( 927 I/s ) Dimension L 12400 X W 12000 X H9600 + h 2600 mm Case-] 3 sets join L 12400 XW 36400 X H9600 + h 2600 mm Case-2 2 sets join L 12400 X W 24400 X H9600 + h 2600 mm Motor 150 kw, 4P. 480V/60 HZ Xl Fan 7030 mm dia ( 9 blades) X 1 c/w shaft drive Quantity 8 sets Remarks: - 1] Ebara Shinwa's standard design & material specification 2] Scope of supply: - A] Cooling Tower design & manufacturing B) Supply, delivery and transportation to Jeddah international seaport by container for all of cooling tower parts include fan drive ( fan, gear drive, shaft motor etc. j, structure frame work, fan cylinder. in-fills, ladder and assembly bolts & nuts. 2] Out of scope: - a] cooling tower and it's related site assembly work and commissioning assernbly men power for only reference ( approx ) 8 men x 40 days/set X8 = 2560 rnen day. B] supervising fees for assembly work and cornmissioning / operation. ( however, we can prepare to send one engineer with the following conditions: - HEAD OFFICE DAMMAM JUBAIL AL·HASSA RIYADH TAKHASUSSI MAKKAH MEDINAH YANBU AI-Khobar P.O. Box 1189 P.O. Box 8S123 P.O. Box 1189 Tel:. 03-8598666 Tel:. 03-3614203 Tel:. 03-5863400 Tel:. 01-4794499 Tel:. 01-4617584 Tel:. 02-5470954 Tel:. 04-8382475 Tel:. 04-3905877 Tel:. 03-8952323 Fax:. 03-8598510 Fax:. 03·3614203 Fax:. 03·5863400 Fax:. 01-4785354 Fax:. 01-4617584 Fax:. 02·5490642 Fax:. 04-8382560 Fax:. 04-3905877 Fax:. 03-8949076 JPYEN 80,000/- per one engineer/day, airfare, hotel accommodation, meals (to be discussed later). C] Foundation DJ Electric wiring & piping work out side of towers 3J Delivery time: 10 months ex-factory. Best Regards, Faisal Ali Division Sales Manager Mobile # 0505599133 TEC07-10-005 , Cooling Tower Design Specifications MODEL SCC-4800ABT x 2 JABAL OMAR DEVELOPMENT 2010. 1. 15 EBARA SHINWA ltd. APPROVED CHECKED DESIGNED Kikuchi Ihaya Ihaya / COOLING TOWER DESIGN SPECIFICATION COOlING TOWER / FOR CONTRACTOR Doc. No, TEC07-10-005 DATE 2010. 1. 15 iIIJ{'l;:fflJt / FOR ;flI1'<t1litt fr!iJ{V:'---ry / EBARA SHINWA LTD. JABAL OMAR DEVELOPMENT ll1lJll,l', il'<1lE/APPROVED I lIlIJIt/CHECKED l'FgJ(/DRAWN Iil>ilJ1HI'1';: / COOLING TOWER MODEL I SCC-4800ABT X2 I I Mechanical draft counter flow type Ihara Ih"ra Komori / Design condition / Capaci ty (kW) j 60535 / Evaporation loss (%) , 1. 30 , / Water flow (L!min)l 111240 I Drift loss (%) , 0.02 , • At:lf1il!.OC / Inlet Temp, ("c) , 42.8 / Seismic , • , ttl OmJ.& / Outlet Temp. ("c) , 35 I Horizontal (m/5 2 ) ! , 3.92 , / w. B. ("c) , 30 J'dJa / Vertical (m/5 2 ) i 1. 96 • / Dimension detail I Wind load (mls) i 60 * / Length: L (mm) , 12400 I Tower pump head (m) , 10 (EL+) , , * I Length: Lj (mm) , / Noise level (dB[A]) : 81±2 , *g I Wide ,W (mm) , 24400 1II!iJVII (m) • EL+1. 5(m) , , , IEJ I Height: H (mm) , 9600 • , , I Fan casing height; h (mm) , 2600 , , , I Overall height: HT (mm) • 12200 I Piping size :4-500(A) • I Number of cell ( ) i 2 , , • , I Shipping weight (kg) , 131000 I Code Standard iJIS , I Operating weight (kg) , 231000 !Manufacturer std. , • I Mechanical equipment / Material of construction I Drive method IShaft drive I Structure HOG. STEEL*" I Motor 71-1ll!/:t!i I Side panel FRP %)0\': I Type ±r,ijJj1!'1-!'I-", / TEFC tttu:t!i I Partition FRP :<:E:t&tl:1.1J, I Rated out put, Pole 150 kW 6P I Fan deck HDG. STEEL"" Vol t, Cycle, Phase 480 V 60 Hz 3 Phas !It-I'' - I Louver FRP I Protection IPS5 'IiS,Ut / Fill PVC i*J!W!t I Fan :r.9 Jj I Eliminator PVC I Model 7030-9-36N/Gl.5T I Fan casing HOG. STEEL"" I Type flbmcm AXIAL / Distribution header HOG. STEEL"" 11"1"t! I Material 7"=9 1 Aluminium no' J\! I Nozzle paM I[f¥ I diameter (mm) , 7030 I Branch Pipes PVC , I Number of blade ( ) i 9 I Cold water basin FRP , [§]4'i:J& I Fan speed (min- l )! 126 / Suction tank HDG. STEEL"" I Reducer I strainer HOG. STEEL"" 1':1)0\': I Model SFC-60-9 I Lower frame HDG. STEEL"" iI;\,m I Ratio 9.176 : 1 t-t' 'A77?lJ I SF 2.00 I Assembly Bolts,nuts St. STEEL I Coupling / Anchor Bolts, nuts St. STEEL I Model AS-45NN-85/60-3235 I Type Form Flex Coupling Non-lubricated type St. STEEL: AT/vAm (SIlS301) Stainress steel tift I Material 5U5304,316,630 DG STEEL' mi12i11'O',i/i)..., '" li'l (]IS HDZ45) Hot dip galvanize lIOM / REMARKS !ftMi&. / Accessories 55620Llmin/cell Staircase (HoG Steel) *HDG STEEL+Epoxy Paint Hand rail (HOG Steel) Lubricant Oil &Grease for Motor &Reduction Gear (for initial fill) / Spare parts 24400 •• OI$CRIPT1ON MiHERtAL I Q' t Y I REMARKS I 1Il0TOR 'FAN 'AlUMINIUM 'FAN CASING SS T 2 THOT DIP GUV. -GEAR REDUCER 'SHAFT -SUS ·SPRAY NOZZLE ·POM 2uI ·T,OP PLATE , .. 2s'O t I HOT DIP GALV. 'SIOE PANEL 'FR? 20 'de ·PARTITION -FRP , 'LOUVER HP 2! 'de ·HANORA I L '55, STK 1 9!1 THOi alP GAlV. -SUCTION TANK ·SS 4 I 1I0T DIP GAlV. WATER BASIN ·FRP WATER BASIN FRAME ·SS , 2 I HOT DIP GALV. '* " " " " No i ' , -i--- J ,- + I _ ~ I' 'I .1 I 'I I , 'I I I I o o I', "00 , 10'00,1, '000 ,bJ, 0700 J r l ~ fi WATER INLET 4-500,01. WATER OUTLET 4-500,01. 12 109 II goOD:: I2'000; Ilooo:: IfOOD: 11 000 :: IJOOO;: IJOOO:: 11 000 :: I I ~ o O 109 111000:: IJOOO; I1 000 ; I]ODD:: 112°0 • ~ Itit"li 1iJjj{ ~ :" 'J TEC07-10-00S TEC07-10-006 Cooling Tower Design Specificat.ions MODEL SCC-4800ABT X 3 JABAL OMAR DEVELOPMENT 2010. 1. 15 EBARA SHINWA ltd. APPROVED CHECKED DESIGNED Kikuchi Ihara Ihara I COOLING TOWER DESIGN SPECIFICATION • EiIAilA COOUNG TOWER / FOR CONTRACTOR Doc. No, TEC07-10-006 Ill: DATE 2010. 1. 15 / FOR j¥}Jj(::'--:-''7 / EBARA SHINWA LTD. JABAL OMAR DEVELOPMENT Ill: _JfH"1l *Ml/APPROVED I If!IJ!</CHECKED tFl'lt/DRAWN I COOLING roWER MODEL SCC-4800ABT x3 I I Mechanical draft counter flow type Kikuchi Ihara Ihara Komori !Desigri coridition I Capacity (kW) , 90803 / Evaporation loss (%) , 1. 30 • • {lBreJf<. I Water flow (L/min)! 166860 1ffi7*m$lc / Drift loss (%) : 0.02 • A (:l t1iil.1t ! Inlet Temp. ("CJ , 42.8 I Seismic , , , til 0 ra!.f / Outlet Temp. ("CJ , 35 / Horizontal (m/5 2 ) ! 3.92 , , 1ll.,*1!l.1lt / w. B. (OC) , 30 i'aI[ / Vertical (m/5 2 ) : 1. 96 , ! Dimension detail IOO.Jm / Wind load (m/s) I 60 I Length: L (rom) , 12400 I Tower pump head (m) , 10 (EL+) • , :£[ I Length: LI (rom) , I Noise level (dB[A]): 82±2 , I Wide :W (rom) , 36400 1lI!1JIIl(m) , EL+1. 5(m) , , , rEi I Height: H (mm) , 9600 , • , 77,/!J-';'/1j'rl'il I Fan casing height: h (mm) , 2600 , , , I Overall height: HT (rom) , 12200 I Piping size :6-500 (A) , I Number of cell (-) i 3 i , • , • I Shipping weight (kg) I 195000 m.ft I Code Standard HIS , I Operating weight (kg) • 345000 :Manufacturer std. • , / Mechanical equipment / Material of construction I Drive method drive I Structure HDG. STEEL* f4!!lttJt!.l I Motor 9f.iltIJ-tii I Side panel FRP I Type 1':1'I1)l;;'\.;'\.!il / TEFC ttto-tii I Partition FRP iE.ftI±l.1J, mii& I Rated out put. Pole 150 kW 6 P ::Rt.& I Fan deck HDG.STEEL* Volt, Cycle, Phase 480 V 60 Hz 3 Phas - I Louver FRP I Protection IP55 J'f"'t;! / Fill PVC Ji$ffi.lmt '/ 'Farl I ElimInator PVC / Model 7030-9-36N/Gl.5T / Fan casing HDG. STEEL", / Type AXIAL I Distribution header HDG. STEEL* f.1·jt I Material 7',*, Aluminium )7,:}V / Nozzle POM I diameter (mm) • 7030 I Branch Pipes PVC • I Number of blade (-) , 9 / Cold water basin FRP , / Fan speed (min-I): 126 / Suction tank HDG. STEEL", I Reducer I strainer HOG. STEEL", / Model SFC-60-9 I Lower frame HOG. STEEL", ilJOittl I Ratio 9.176:1 t-l:' I SF 2. 00 m:ftit' t, I Assembly Bol ts, nuts St. STEEL J:j:lFEl'JliIIJ I Coupling / Anchor Bolts,nuts St. STEEL / Model A5 45NN-85/60 3235 / Type Form Flex Coupling mi**nlllli! Non lubricated type St. STEEL: xt,/jlXWi (SUS304) StClinress steel 1-j1f I Material SUS304,316,630 ""G HOZ45) Hot dip galvanize 1Ii'll! / REMARKS / Accessories 55620L/min/cell StaircQDo (HOG Steel) STEEL+Epoxy Paint Hand rai I (HDG Steel) Lubricant Oil &Grease for Motor &Reduction Gear (for initial fill) 7-mi& / Spare parts * gg , * g , g g 0 0 0 ;; 0 . . • . . .. : . - - . . " -- - - '0 -f---- ! , I ----r---··l- , '_:,"'..;-' . , -I . ' , , , -- L. _ 1___ _ __ : .L. --I - 1 , I I -- --j--r-- J --'I', "'__ oa rt- ootz I '" o o " < Don 006t 0096 oos Door < , 0" 00' o o o o o o , o , , o o " " .. SHINWA HIGH CAPACITY SL .• .COOLING TOWER C...SS Flow model Slf'D·ng,' " R "'" _0 '" .:' .') • Big radIus fan Mede Irom FRPmalerlal. • Gear reducer quality Lower waler tank frt>i'n FRP tlCcetlanl • LouYlIr Not only prellel)ttng WlII&r bUlalao beautiM . ", eElImlnalor . Preventing wa!lIr m.ade (rom PVC. , .. _" - -.- '. .. • tank and sprlrJlde equipment . couble lr.IeIJf llnll. Il'Jl;I Sll'111de IMQS lhe tower We help in creating amenity environment both for district air and heat center and industrial factory Cross flow type Wann water that flows back to cooling tower will naturally flows from upper warm water tank to the fill material parts by sprinkle. This warm water wfll contact at right angle with the air which is suck in by a fan through louver. Part of the water will evaporate and loss its lateJ:}t heat. The water which is cool down in this way will again be supplied to each equipment from the lower part of cooling tower. Wann air will flow up and out to the atmosphere by the fan. 4. It Is ease to be used as a district air and heat center or industrial factory cooling tower. 3. When equip with adry resin heat exchanger in the tower enable it to act as an auto smoke preventing tower. 2. Succeed In new design make the equipment' lighter, t:esln Is used In some parts including anti rust treatment making the life last longer. Distinctive features 1. By using newly developed fill material, which Is a life of a cooling tower,in this model process water volume increase dramatically and equipment space is also reducing. '''''.'.-, ,_..."---,... .. ... . ... Mede of PVCfor streDglh end' _Louver Made,ol FRP. special elr Inlet design t1ueureelhe unit the water QUlsld.e• • Motor &Coupling Highly flft'io::\ent rnotDrwlth simple construellon coupling yet high enwre ,eltebUity end long lIle. • Eliminator i Made 01 PVC. designed 10 reduce weIer splashing. I Ills an opllon In this des1gn. ! • The outer cuiqg Spallydmgll8dwftll gear pa,rb. Less resources, Ie.• ss 10.w..maintenance, Shinwa thinks everybody. • Watering & FlU Nozzle made of Polyesler Resin, which was designed and develC>ped to a>«:ellenl performance whkh gives the constant we!ef:spray and requires lower preltlwe fCH'Ce. I . flow·tyPll Wannwater·c!l"C\.llated,back Into the e:ooling toWer come nozZlewhich located on the top of DFiIl n create the constant-cooling water f1ow.The warm water will miXwith the counter-direction airflowwhich was drawn by the cooli1g fan from the lower louver. The evaported water dUring the process takes the heat away then the coofed water is circulated into the cool water tank in the lower section of the tower which will be supplied to each unit required in,the,System. featllres 1. Space saving : unlike oonventbnal Cress- flowtype. thaSC.cmodal does not require space In the, fans'.eetion. 2. Cbuntet,l.Ffo'W'water and air deSign Increase the heatoonduc)ivityeffJi:lency thus ra.duc9 the POWe,ool)sumP!ion. 3. Fiber Relnftirced Plastic (FRP) construction fortha. water basin part for durability and eesy to malntanal)oe. 4. The Outer Casing material made of PVC for durability yet enhances the appeefing exterior look. 5. Partect for Industrial factol)' and District air and Heat center system; JABAL OMAR DEVElOPMENT PROJECT SECTION 15640 - PACKAGED COOLING TOWERS" COMPLIANCE STATEMENT" SPECIFICATIONS COMPLIANCE 1.2 SUMMARY A. This section includes factory fabricated, mechanical draft coolina towers OK 1.3 DESIGN CRITERIA: A. Free water drift loss shall not be greater than five hundredths of one percent of the water circulated to tower. OK B. Cooling tower selection and sizing shall be based on listed WB :30DEGC ASHRAE design ambient temperature. C. Sound levels at 15 meters [ fifty feet) in any direction from OK- BELOW the tower shall not exceed 90 dB(A). Provide sound 90 DIA B[A) attenuators if necessary to meet the noise criteria. D. Performance criteria: 1. Cooling tower institute (CFI) certified towers: These towers JCL. shall have been tested, rated, and certified in Certification accordance with cooling tower institute (CTI) standard label 201, and shall bear the CTI certification label, and shall be listed in the CTI directory of certified cooling tower models by manufacturers. E. Exposed moving parts, parts that produce high operating Safety device temperature, parts which may be electrically energized, provided and parts that may be a hazard to operating personnel (details to be shall be insulated, fully enclosed guarded, or fitted with considered) other types of safety devices. Safety devices shall be installed so that proper operation of equipment is not according to impaired. Welding and cutting safety requirements shall Japanese be in accordance with AWS Z49.1 . Standard 1.4 SUBMITIALS A. Product Data: Include rated capacities, pressure drop, fan performance, sound level rating, rating curves with selected Refer to our points indicated, startup instructions, furnished specialties, Attachment and accessories for each model indicated. 1. Sample Warranty: Copy of manufacturer's proposed Warranty warranty, stating obligations, remedies, limitations, and Draft no ESS- exclusions. 001 B. Shop drawings: Certified by a qualified professional Refer to engineer. Detail equipment assemblies and indicate Attachment dimensions, weights, loads, required clearances, method of (TEC07-10-006 field assembly, components, and location and size of each & TEC07-10- field connection. 005) 1. Design Calculations: Calculate requirements for selection isolators and seismic restraints and for designing vibration isolation bases. 2. VIBRATION Isolation Base Details: Detail fabrication, Vibration including anchorages and attachments to structure and isolator to be to Supported equipment. optional item 3. Wiring Diagrams: Detail wiring for power, signal, and control systems and differentiate between manufacture installed and field installed wiring. To be discussed, but C. Coordination Drawing: Show structural supports, piping Control system roughing-in requirements, wiring roughing-in requirements [ By others determine spaces reserved for electrical equipment), and access requirements for service and maintenance. D. Product Certificates: Signed by manufacturers of cooling OK, to be towers to include certified pertormance curves plotting submitted leaving-water temperature against wet-bulb-temperature. later. E. Field test and commissioning reports: As specified in " Field Refer no. Quality Control' and" Commissioning" Articles in part 3 of ESS-002 the section. Indicate and interpret test results for compliance with performance requirements. F. Maintenance Agreement: As specified in this section G. Maintenance Data: For each cooling tower to include in To be supplied maintenance manuals specified in Division 1. Include part With the unit lists for tower fill, water distribution system, fans, bearings, fan drives, vibration isolators, controls, basin heaters, and accessories. H. Warranties: Warranties specified in this section. OK-to be SUbmitted Manufacturer's certification: certify cooling tower's thermal later Performance according to CTI 201. to be Electrical components, devices, and accessories, listed and SUbmitted later labeled as defined in NFPA 70, article 100, by a testing -drive fan agency acceptable to engineer. -gear reducer -shaft coupling -vibration Switch model 1500A. [ motor drawing shall be sent later) 1.5 QUALITY ASSURANCE A. Manufacturer's Certificafion : Certify cooling tower's thermal JIS8609 performance according to CTI 201. B. Electrical Components, Devices, and accessories: Listed and labeled as defined in NFPA 70, Article 100, by a testing aqency acceptable to enqineer. 1.6 WARRANTY A. Manutacturer's warranty: Provide written warranty, signed by manufacturer agreeing to repair or replace components oK at packaged cooling towers that fail in materials or workmanship within specified warranty period. B. Warranty period: one year from date of substantial completion. 1.7 MAINTENANCE SERVICE A. Maintenance: submit four copies of manufacturer's" Agreement for continue service and maintenance ", before substantial completion, for employer's acceptance. Offer terms and conditions for furnishing consumables and providing continued testing, maintenance and servicing to include replacing materials and components. Include one- year term of agreement, commencing at date of substantial completion, with option for one-year renewal. 1.8 COORDINATION A. Coordinate size and location of concrete bases. Cast Drawing of anchor bolt inserts into bases. Concrete, reinforcement, and Concrete Formwork requirements are specified in division 3, section" foundation Cast-in-place Concrete ". base shall be submitted later B. Coordinate installation of roof curbs, equipment supports, and roof penetrations. These items are specified in division 7 Section" Roof Accessories". 1.9 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING Deliver cooling tower as a factory-assembled unit with To be protective creating covering. discussed later Stage as the Rig units for unloading and moving as recommended by cooling tower equipment manufacturer. shall be delivered in CKD& assemble at site. PART 2 - PRODUCTS 2.1 MANUFACTURERS A Materials and equipment shall be standard products of a To be manufacturer regularly engaged in the manufacturing of discussed such products, which are of a similar material, design and workmanship. The standard products shall have been in satisfactory commercial or industrial use for 5 years prior to Bid opening. The 5 year use shall include applications of equipment and materials under similar circumstances and of similar size. The 5 years experience shall be satisfactorily completed by a product that has been sold or is offered for sales on the commercial market through advertisements, manufacturer's catalogues, or brochures. Products having less than a 5 year field service record shall not be acceptable. Products shall be supported by a service organization. System components shall be environmentally Suitable for the indicated locations. B Available manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, manufacturers offering products that may be incorporated into the work include, but are not limited to the following: 1] Balimore Aircoil CO. 2J Ceramic Cooling Tower Co; an affiliated company of Ebara Shinwa Baltimore company. Ltd., Japan 3] Evapco Inc. (Shinwa 4] Marley Cooling Tower Co. Cooling 51 Thermal Care I Maver Towers) 2.4 INDUCED· DRAFT, COUNTERFLOW COOLING TOWERS Description: Induced-draft, counter-flow cooling tower that Is factory fabricated and assembled. FAN: 1] Cast aluminum, propeller with maximum tip speed of 55 OK meter per second (ll ,000 fpm), fan blade assembly shall 52.6 MIS be both statically and dynamically balanced after assembly of the cooling tower. 2] Fan hub shall be constructed of cast aluminum with HDG Steel adequate surface protection against corrosion. 3J Complete fan assembly (fan & mounting) shall be designed to give maximum fan efficiency and long life OK when handlinq saturated air at hiqh velocities. 4] Each cooling tower fan shall be provided with a ball and pedestal type vibration limit switch, which shall stop the OK corresponding fan motor in the event of sensing excessive fan vibration. 5] Tower fan for induced draft towers of 350 kw [100 tons) Not apply And less shall be belt driven. 6] For induced draft towers larger than 350 kw (100 tons), OK Fan shall be driven through gear reducer. C. Fan: ABS plastic, propeller: 1] Drive: Gear, with speed reducer 2] Drive: Belt 3] Bearing: Self-aligning ball bearing or bronze sleeve bearings Not apply 4] Vibration cutout switch: De-energize fan motors if excessive vibration occurs. 5] Protective cladding: Fiber glass reinforced, chemical resistant, air-leak proof plastic panels, attached to structure with galvanized steel fasteners. D. Speed Reducers Gears and Drive Shaft : Ok, but oil level sight 1] Speed reducer gears shall be rated in accordance with glass without CTI Std-1I1. Level switch 2] Gear reducers shall be of the spiral or helical. double Reduction type, reducer shall be mounted in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations. Each reducer shall be provided with an oil level cutoff switch interlocked to the fan motor. Each reducer shall OK be prOVided with an oil level sight glass, fill, drain, and event lines located in a readily accessible position. 3] Drive shafts shall be the full floating type with flexible Couplings at both ends and have a service factor of 1.0 or greater. Drive shafts shall be of stainless steel, fitted each end with flexible coupling (st. steel plate type). Each drive shaft shall be provided with a galvanized steel OK guard, to prevent damage to surrounding equipment in case of shaft failure. Provision shall be made for lubrication of all bearings. Bearings shall be accessible to the extent that each bearing can be lubricated without dismantling fan. 4] Gear reducer drive: Specially designed for cooling tower operation, with dynamically balanced drive shaft assembly or shock absorbent flexible coupling requiring OK no lubrication, cast iron case with readily accessible oil drum and fill. and self-contained oil reservoir sealed against water entrance. E. Fan Deck and Cylinder: 1] Each fan shall be mounted in a cylinder (or stack) to OK Elevate fhe fan discharge air. Tofal exfension heighf shall Not exceed fhe fan diamefer. 2] Each fan cylinder shall be provided with a PVC coaled HOG steel fan steel 2.75 mm (12 gage) wire mesh securely mounted to Guard to be the top of the cylinder in accordance with optional manufacturer's recommendations. 3] Fan decks shall be designed to withstand a live load of OK not less than 2.9 kpa (60 pst) in addition to the concentrated or distributed loads of equipment mounted on the fan decks. 4] Fan deck shall be consfructed of FRP (fiber reinforced HOG sfeel (FRP polymer) material, in mUltiple secfions, forming a as option) complete, vibration-free base for mounfing fan, speed reducer, drive, shaft, mofor and fan stacks. Fan cylinders (or stacks) shall be constructed of precast, reinforced light Weight concrefe in mulfiple sections, constrained wifh bands of sinc-coafed steel conforming to ASTM A 1231A 123M, not less than 3 x 75 mm (118 X3 inches), and bolted To form a compressive load on stack perimeter. Fan cylinder shall be secured in place on the fan deck with class A mofor. Hof water distribution system: Water distribution shall be Sprinkler piping gravity-flow type sysfem fhat distribufes waters evenly over Sysfem clw the enfire fill surface. Each tower cell shall be designed so Supply nozzle thaf a water flow of 140 percent capacity will nof cause overflowing or splashing. The distribution system for each cell shall include adjusfable flow control. The enfire disfribution system shall be self-draining and non-clogging. Main header: 1] Pipe material: schedule 40 PVC HOG sf. pipe 2] Pipe maferial : stainless steel Br.pipe:PVC 40 3] Nozzles: Removable plasfic, brass or ceramic nozzle ROM material 4] Maximum pressure drop: 83 kpa (12 psig) OK 5] Gravify flow system: system shall be prOVided with open Not apply as Basins which include a splash box or baffles to minimize Using sprinker splashing of incoming hot water and holes that evenly Piping system distribute the water over the entire decking area. Holes For counter- used in a water basin shall be provided with ceramic or flow plastic orifice inserts. 6] Basin cover: Hot water distribution basins shall be Not apply as provided with the tower manufacturer's standard Counter-flow removable (zinc coated steel) (stainless steel) (FRP) covers shall be prevent airborne debris from enfering the basin. G Casing: Hot dip galv. Steel with corrosion resistant polymer Not apply as coatinQ. it's in FRP H Casing: Gaiv. Steel compiying with ASTM A 653/A 653M, Not apply as Z600 1(;2101 coatina desianation. its in FRP I Casing: Fiber glass reinforced polyester with UV inhibitors: OK- FRP cvlindricallv formed with bolted sections. J Casing: stainless steel 1] Fasteners: corrosion resistance equal to or better than Not apply as the materials being fastened. it's FRP 2] Joints: Scaled water-tight 3] Welded connections: continuous and water-tight 4] Rigging supports: For handling cooling towers at construction site. K Collecting Basin: Galv. Steei complying with ASTM A 653/ A Not apply. 653M, Z600 iG2101 coatina desianation. Material L Collecting Basin: Hot drip galv. Steel with corrosion resistant cold water nolvmer coatinn. basin = FRP M Collecting Basin: Fiber glass reinforced plastic with integral Suction Basin: sump and mounting feet. with openings for supply water, HDG steel return water with strainer, overflow, makeup water, and C/W basin drain. frame Supporting wor - HDG steel N Collection basin: Stainless steel 1] Removable strainer with openings smaller than nozzle Orifices 2] Overflow connection 3] Makeup water connection Not apply 4] Depressed center 5] Drain connection: side 6) Anti-vortex side outlet, depressed sump 7i Plenum located, leak-oroof access door 0 Fill Material: PVC: resistant to rot, decay, and biological attacks, with maximum flame-spread rating of five OK according to ASTM E84 : and fabricated, formed, and installed by manufacturer to ensure that water breakers up Into droolets. P Fill Material: CPVC; resistant to rot, decay, and biological attack: with maximum flame spread rating of five according Not apply to ASTM E84. Q Fill Material: Fiber glass reinforced plastic; resistant to rot, Notapply decaY, and bioloaical attack. R Drift-eliminator material; Eliminators shall be provided in the tower outlet to limit drift ioss to not over ( 0.02) [0.005) percent of the circuiating water rate. Eliminators shall be Ok constructed or not less than 10 mm (3/8 inch) PVC; resistant to rot, decay and biological attack, with maximum flame smead ratina of five accordina to ASTM E84. S Drift Eliminator material: stainless steel Not applv T Louver material: fiberalass reinforced plastic OK U Louver material: stainless steel Not applv V Louver material: PVC; resistant to rot. decay and biological attack, with maximum flame spread rating of five according Not apply to ASTM E84. Provide 25.4 mm [one inch) hot dip galvanized steel or conner air-inlet screens. Attach screen securelv to air-intakes. W Water-Level control: Manufacturer's standard mechanical OK makeup water valve, and plastic or bronze float with an adiustable Iinkaqe. X Water-Level control: Electric float switch and solenoid Not apply ooerated, makeuo water valve. y Ladder, Safety cage and handrails: factory fabricated and HDG steel supplied, for field assembly and installation. Ladders ladder installed inside the cooling tower basin shall be of stainless steel construction. Z Fixing hardware used inside the cooling towers shall be in Assembly bolts stainless steel. & nuts to be sl. steel EBARASHINWALTD. 8-2-16 Ohmori kita, Ohta-ku, 'lbkyo 148-0016, Japan Phone: 81-8-6384-8800 Fax 81-8-5488'0630 WARRANTY SHINWA Cooling 1bwers S I ~ l n W R COOLING TOWER EBARA SAHINWA LTD., warrants products to be fi:ee trom factoJ;Y def8cts both in I11B.terial and workmanship UIlder normal use and service ibr a period of 18 months trom date of Shipment and/or 12monthstrominstallation date whichever comes first Our obligetion sha11 be limited to the repair or replacement of parts, based on Ex-iilctmy which may prove detective under normal use and service during the warranty period and confirmed by our examination that they are defective. The w8lTanty will be nuD and void should the product be used in any application not approved by EBARA SHINWA LTD. This war.rnnty sha11 not apply to any parts which has been subject to accident, alteration, abuse, misuse, damage by Rood, fire or Act of God or where the product has been improperly instslled, maintained or subject to improper water treatment or other system additives. EBARA SHINWA LTD sha11 not be liable ibr service, labour or transportation charge or for damages for delay caused by defective material or workmanship or ibr personal injuries or damage to property caused directly or indirectly by aDY EBARA SHINWA Product or its use of operation. The above war.rnnties are in lieu of a11 other w8lTanties expressed or implied. No representative or other person is authorized or permitted to make 8Jly wazrnnty or assume for us any liability not strictly in accordance with the foregoing. In the C8$e of components purchased by EBARA SHINWA LTD., such as controls, mottn; etc., the W8.lTanty of that manufacture will be expected to the pWYJhaser in lieu of 8Jly war.rnnty by us. Faith1iJlly l&urs Ebara Shinwa Ltd. S.Suzuki, GeneralM8JJB.ger Overseas SalesDept. ., ." COOLING TOWER PERFORMANOE TEST MEASUREMENT PROCEDURE J Feb. 2001 EBARA SHINWA LTD. .... ,'; 1. Scope of application This regulation is provided for the performance test procedure and judgement for induced draft; crossflow type cooling towers installed at site. 2. Cooling tower circulating water system drawing . .' ,------ I ' It, I ., I I ~ I I . ~ I I " I I L I ( )0 o 3. Test/measurement condition a) Cooling tower nshould be operated at design conditions (inlet/water /hz) especially; circulating water flow rate should be kept within water flow rate flow rate/voltage ±20% of design b) Inlet water temp. should be kept within at design inlet water temp. c) preliminary operation is needed before start testing to be water stream in the fills stable/constantly 4. Measurement 4-1 Measuring item (1) circulating water temp. (lnlet/outlet water temp.) (2) wet bulb temp. (WB) at air inlet (3) circulating water flow rate 1/3 EBARA SIITNWA LTD. 4-2 measuring instrument (1) circulating water temp.· glass stick fluid type thermometer accuracy ±O.1 "C (2) wet bulb temp. at air inlet (outside wet bulb temp.) ......... -.- . -accuracy 4-3 measurement procedure (1) inlet water temp. measurement Start measuring of inlet/outlet water temp. after inlet water temp. is stable/constant Reading. every l(one) minute and 10(ten) times continuously. (2) WB temp. at air inlet measuring WB temp. at air inlet louver face at the same time as measuring of inlet/outlet water temp measuring (3) circulating water flow rate. Reading water flow rate from the flow meter which is installed in the piping line. If not installed, measuring water pressure from the pump infout pressure with pressure gage and reading water flow rate from pump performance curve. Note. Allowance fluctuation Inlet water temp. Outside WB temp value at normal ±OA "C ±l.O "C operation • in case of excessive fluctuation of these value then measuring value is considered as reference on).y 2/3 EBARA SIDNWA LTD. : ; 5. Evaluation of performance Calculate average value of each measuring value and then reading range (difference of inlet-outlet water temp) from cooling tower performance curve against WB temp and inlet water· temp. at water flow rate actual measured. Then, calculate ratio between range on cooling tower performance ctL-rveand range actual measured. : : /' Perfurmance = Range actual measured Range on performance curve (In theory) x 100 (%) = Inlet water temp. actual measured Inlet water temp. actual measured outlet water temp. actual measured outlet water temp. on performance cu..-ve (In theory) x 100 (%) Judgement For the evaluation ofperformance, performance value should be 95 % and above. 3/3 EBARA SIDNWA LTD. COOLING TOWER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL EBARA SHINWA LTD. I &. CAUTION Read this operation and maintenance manual before performing operation, and o£ the cooling Carefully store this manual so t.hai: it can be to at any time ti'han performing operation 1 n\.aintananoa. and. inspection of t:he e:oQling tower. teo a1.l who oarry out equipment worl<) Be SUre to hand over this manua.1 t.Q the Olotet:.omer who perform ope;t;ation t maintenance and inspection of the cooling tower. 1£0 the oustomeJ:! Be sure to hail.d over this manual to the person in charge of operation, maintenance and inspection or the cooling tower if changed. ... , 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Cont.ents Product specifications 1-1 Tower body 1-2 Upper distribution basin 1-3 Louvers 1-4 E'illing 1-5 E'an 1-6 Speed reducer 1-7 Drive shaft Electrical wiring preparations for operation 3-1 Cleaning 3-2 Passing water 3-3 Inspection Starting operation 4-1 Driving the pump 4-2 Driving the fan Precautions in operation 5-1 performance 5-2 E'unction Maintenance and control 6-1 Drive section 6-2 Upper distribution basins 6-3 E'an 6-4 FUling 6-5 Eliminator 6-6 Casing and louvers 6-7 Casing framework 6-8 Circulating water 6-9 Water quality control Troubleshooting 7-1 Cooling tower body 7-2 Drive section 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 4 4 4 4 7 7 7 a 8 8 9 9 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 11 15 15 16 , Fig. 1-1 Construction of the cooling tower 111110_",",", _.._.. _--.......,. . ,- "'*'" . _:'\ ." .,- • -r_ .- _..-._.. _-- ./0................. / , / . '---._-- / . , .........,.. ... --..,.........--_. 1 . Product specifications Dtstinctivefeatures 1. SpaoeIa'Mg':unlikec:onWlllloRalCf'o55- lbwlype.1ho $CC!'lOdoI doee/lOt In tIla fa:uedlon.. 2. CounllJr.f:IQII.;WiIIef end aIllfeslgq Int:tasc fie IIe:Ii CllTIIfuclivIty d"od4Incylltus r..sllce Ih.- -- 3. R8Re1nl'ateedPllslli:(FRf')CDI\Iltut;tiOft fcrlhe wa!llI'basln part fordurabilly aIlCI easy to r'naIntenance. . 4. TheOulerCasltlgma\eriill mada 01 PVC loot. S. Pedec:I for JndllSlriBl faclary Md Oil;1rict n andHnt CIl'\ta' S)'SIem. Counterflowtype . WarmwaterM:ullled' bade IRll) towercome nomo wllldIlocated01' Ole top or "FIr >;wale the eonstarlt CODIn; WlIIarDaw.Tha WlI'll'I walerwil mb!: wIll1 till! WIIlIler-dlredioll afrllowwhlth_ 'llrev.n by the COOIi1g fan ftom the IowIIr Iouwr. Tho ewporied-wduring th9 IlltMlIle fNla1_yllMn COCIlId wat-r 11 drc:IllatedInIothe ClKll WIlerlanlc In lhlllowel' UI'Ilt requited In Ihe 1-1 Tower body The casing made of rust- and shock-resistant riqid FRP excels in weather resistance. Steel prodUct parts sucn as posts and beams are hot-dip zinc-coated. 1-2 Upper distribution basin Basins are made of qlass fiber reinforced polyester resin, and will not rust Or corrode. Also, since they are provided with four water level requlating valves per cell, water level balance can be structurally adjusted. 1-3 Louver" , . The louvers made oJ: rigid FRP t>revent external splashes of water drops and regulate the flow oJ: air. 1 :1.-4 lrilling The newly developed filling for the cross-flow type cooling tower is membrane filling having excellent performance, and can withstands many years of service because of the use of rigid PVC excelling in weather resistance. 1-5 Fait The alumioum-made axial fan has a variable structure whereby the angle can be freely adjusted. It is extremely lightweight, and excels in corrosion resistance. 'It is made with highly waterproof specifications 'for the cooling tower. :I. -5 Speed ",,,duoer The two-stage type designed and manufactured exclusively for the cooling tower has been adopted. All gears in use are helical gears and spiral bevel gears with hardened tooth flanks, heeding adequate strength and quiet operation. In addition, due to the original oil dam structure adopted at the top of the housing. the upper bearing is also lubricated with oil, requiring no grease filling, so that maintenance man-hour'! are reduced. 1-7 Drive shaft :rhe drive shaft that transmits rotations of the motor to the speed reducer has an extremely simple structure, in which two hubs, one center ring and two pairs of disk packs are coupled with several reamer bolts, requiring no lubrication because the components have no friction parts. Also, since each member is made of SUS, it withstands continuous use "vep in a lOot hUmidity atmosphere. 2 2. Electrical wiring & WARNING SinC!e wiring works, grounding (earthing), or the by unqual.,ified personnel .is not; only illegal but also extremely dangerous', never do this. In order to prevent electric shocks and users are legally O1)ligeo. to install earth leakage breakers and protective devices. 2-1 Carry out power supply and wiring works of the motor in accordance with tec!lnical standards of electrical equipment and indoor wiring regUlations and, furthermore, with explosion-proof gUidelines for electrical factory equipment in explosion-proOf atmospheres. 2 ... 2 to the moco%' te.rminal. Lead in external conductors referring to terminal details in Fig. 4-1. " lOilV k i • .. • N • • ... .. H • -Il .. • • L .lI • ;{ .. • " " •a " Fig. 2-1 Detailed drawing of motor terminals (Mitsubishi-manufactured motor) 3 3. Preparations for operation 3-1 Cleaning Open the drain at the bottom of the water basin, and wash away dust and the like having accumulated in the water basin during brushing. At this t;, remove contamination to the strainer and louvers,. such as dust, scales and algae. 3-2 Rassing water Start the ci:r:culating pump to adequately wash contamination off the inside of the towe:r: and water passing pipe system, and replace the water witn new circulating water. a. Tower body Check that the inspection doors inside and outside of tne tower are closed. b. Drive section 1) Check to see if the lubricating oil of the speed reducer is at the regular oil level position,'and check the oil for contamination. To check the oil level, open the oil level check valve of the oil gauge. After checking, close the valve. Spa-clCi I J_ •• LubdcatiM (lCl"guhz: oil. level Q;:d.t.1on Oil level chock valvo ( clClsed, open a1: chck tin!!:) s o IRM liM\ oil dischal:ge vAlve cloaaQ) Fig. 3-1 Oil gauge and valve 4 2) Rotate the fan by hand to check for smooth l:otation, and also check the clearance condition between the blade tips and fan casing. Check the blade appearance for abnormalities and adhesion of foreign matter, and also check for the presence or absence of soH.ds sucked up by rotation. 3) Rotate the fan for a short time, and check that air is discharged upward. 4) Measure the supply voltage, and check that the power supply is normaL 5) Run the fan for two to three hours to check for vibrations and abnormal sounds, and if there is any abnormality, see Section 7 "TrouJ:>leshooting" . Fan Kot:o:r Fig. 3-2 around the'drive section c. Distribution device 1) Check the spray holes of the upper distribution basins for clogging by foreign matter, and perform cleaning 1f clogged. 2) FUlly open the water level regulating valve of each basin. d. Louvers and eliminator 1) Check the louvers for adhesion of matter that obstructs ventilation, and remove it if any. 2) Check toe eliminator section for dropout and deformation. 5 e. Circulating water and supply water Check that tohe valves related to the circulating water pump are fUlly open. 6 I 4. starting operation &CAUTION I· Avoid. carrying out operation with any of the water level regulating . valves closed. thei distribution box may, resulting in breakage. 4-1 Driving the a. Fully open the air vent valve of each piping section to remove air having accumulated in the piping so that the whole circulating water system is adequately filled with water. b. After starting operation, gradually open the circulating water valve ana make adjustments so that the rated water flow is reached. c. Since the upper distribution basins available at four places per cell are provided with water level valves, open and close the butterfly valves and make adjustments so that the water levels of the upper distribution basins at the four places become uniform. (The water levels of the upper distribution basins should be approx. 70rnm at the. rated water flow.) 4-2 Priving the fan I /f\\ CAUTION When st:arting the fan, carafully check around the watsr inlet and outlet of the cooling towar for foreign macter. Be aware that if lIIatte.l: remains aroUnd the ontlet, it may drop in the tOlfer due to vibrations of the fan, etc./ and be shot by the fan, or the fan'lIIaY be damaged. Istart the fans one by one. When steady operation begins·, measure each phase current, and check to see i.f operation is performed within the range of the rated current value on the nameplate of the motor. 1 I , 5. Precautions in operation 5-1 Perfoxmance Since the performance of the cooling tower is affected by fluctuations in the circulating water flow, always keep the rated water flow. Be to prevent occurrences of algae r scales, in the tower. 5-2 E'unction Be extremely careful with vibrations, sounds, cooling water temperature and electrical current during operation, and always check that there is nO abnormality. Since vibration and noise sOurces are mainly a result of the drive section consisting of the speed reducer, motor aild fan, do not overlook even a triVial abnor,!,ality. 8 6. Maintenance and control 6 CAUTION 1. When inspecting the motor, be Suxe to turn off the power. Since . t:1l.e_ fan may start sUddenly dua to automatic operation oJ: the like even if it is stopped, be sure to check that the power i.s off. 2. If an antifree2:ing hellte:/: is. attached, ,, turn off the power of the heater when performing inspecti.on. 3. Fox work at high elevations use safety. equ.ipment such as a helmet. 6-1 DriVG section a. Check for the presence or absence of abnormal sounds and vibrations, . and the oil level every day. b. Replace all speed reducer oil 500 hours after starting operation, and then replace it again 2500 hours after that. Then, replace used oil with new oil every 5000 hours. When injecting oil, be extra careful not to mix impurities and foreign matter, and the like. c. HOW to replace oil i. Place an oil pan (to be prepared by you) under the oil discharge valve, and fully open the oil level check valve and oil discharge valve to drain the oil. ii. After that, close the 011 discharge valve, and remove the cap from the lubricating opening, and slowly fifl new oil. iii. Fill up to the regular oil level position, put the cap back, and close the oil level check valve for completion. 9 Speed f z:educt);. I •. . Lubricating opening Regular 011. level podtion lRrtd linn\ 011 (Normally {Normally open at check timo) 0111ove1 check valve. Fig. 9-1 Oil replacement 6-2 di.tribUt..ton bas.ina a. Check every day to see if the water levels of the upper distribution basins are proper. b. l?erforRl cleaning every 6 months to prevent clogging of the spray holes of the upper distribution basins. 6-3 Fa.n a. Check the blades for deformation, flaws, and adhesion of dust and scales.. b. Check to see if the clearance between the inner surfacEl of the fan casing and blade tips are uniform, and also check for other abnormalities. 6-4 .Filling a. If water quality is adequately controlled, CarEl is not needed. b. If a great amount of scales and/or slime is adherEld, rElmove i.t out an<;l cleaning as necessary. 6-5 Eliminator a. Visually check for the presence or absence' of an increase in carry- b. If a great amount Of scales and/or slime is adhered, remove it out and perform cleaning as necessary. 10 • 6-5 Casing and louvers a. Check from the outside for adhesion of dust and foreign matter once a month, and remove it if any. b. Perform cleaning by showering from, the outside. 6-7 Casing £rameii(ork Since the corrosion conditions of the casing framework vary depending on the check for the presence or absence of rust once a year.' 6-8 Circulating wAter a. Since the circula ting water should basically be pH6. 5 - 8.2, check Eor mixing of matter that adversely affects the water quality of the water once a month, and immediately remove it if any. b. Check every day to $ee if the amount of supply water is proper when also checking the water basin. 6-9 Water quality , Maintenance is indispensable in the ability of the cooling tower to perform water quality control, inclUding U$e of water treating agents in cooling water and blow-down as measures to prevent adhesion of scales and slime to the filling surface, which can be the main factors in performance deterioration of the cooling tower. Since the heat exchange in the cooling tower by direct contact between the air and hot water cleans the air conversely, the water quality of the circulating wateJ: is gJ:eatly affected by the air around the installed coolioq tower. For the cooling water system, total water treatment is required because problems of scales, slime and corrosion do not ocem: separately but occur in connection with each other. If the water contains iron, total hardness components, silica, organic substances, etc., hard scales of carbonate and silica adhere to the surface of the heat exchanger due to concentration, reSUlting in deterioration of the thermal efficiencies of the refrigerator and condenser. • 9-1 shows the proper water quality control standards of water. Fig. 9-2 shows the relationship between the rate of concentration, amount of supply water and amount of If the water is not treated with use of Chemical agents, control the blow-down in the'concentration range of 3 - 4 under general working conditions. 51--1----;-----+-----1---,.----;.-----;.------; f '. '. ". ': • ; 4 l-::t--l-----i--.:---t-----t---;:==::t==::;--1 ,!; I :':. \ ! I _+\_-t +-__-+_--.:-__-+-_:i.=..=.. 1l'3 r i. '---- ". 1 4 5 3 • •••.. 't, ........ -'40 .. ................. .. . o'- --' --J. ..... ..L-__..;..;.....;.;.'"""" ..;.;;.;.;; ....:.; ....:.; •• ••..:.; ••=.. I Fig. 6-2 Relationship between the rate of concentration, amount 'of supply water and amount of 12 , Table 6-1 Water quality standards of circulating water and supply water Standar<:l valve Ten<:lency rtem Circu- supply l.ating Corrosion Scale water water pH (2S·CI 6.,5-8.2 6-8 0 0 Conductivity (2S'C) ().w/cmJ SOO or 300 or 0 0 less less Ions of chloride Cl- (mgll] 200 or 50 or 0 Standard less less item. Ions of sulfuric acid SO;- 200 Or 50 or 0 [mqllJ less less Acid consumption (pH4.8) 100 or 50 or 0 [me/l] less less Total hardness (CaCO,) ZOO Or 70 or 0 [mqlll less less Iron Fe .[mgll] 1.0 or 0.3 or 0 0 less less Reference Ions of sulfide S,· rmq/l) Not to be detected 0 item Ions of ammonium NH:rmqllJ 1.0 or 0.2 or 0 les$ less Ion-form silica SiO,[mg/l] 50 or 30 or 0 leo" less Circles indicate factors that relate to the tendency to corrode or form scales. &CAUTXON Perform cleaning in the cooling tower. Otherw;lse, bacteria may increase, or the equipment, p;lping, etc., may be damaged. 13 • • Table 6-2 Descriptions of maintenance and control and frequency of inspection • j , ... eyel.! of Check point Check (work) iteJn Day 1f02.lJ; ",.th PlOn;h$ booth" \'u[" riiplaet- Check for flaws, wear, Fan deformation, deterIoration and 0 adhesion of foreiqn matter . .'Looseness of mountinn- bolts. Fan casing rust, 0 clearance ol the fan. Baar:inqs of Presence or a.bsence of abnormal the motor and 0 2 years speed reducer sounas (rul1lblingl. • the of oil (oil 0 *1 Speed reducer level) t and for abnormal sounds 0 5000 and vibrations. hours Drive shaft, Deformation or the flexible. plate, cracks, retiqhtenlng of 0 coupling bolts ChecJc for abnorllLal sounds end Motor vibrations. 0 Greasing, and oneck for 0 corrosion. Casing Check fOr deformal:.1on 0 and contamination. Check the water levelsJ and the Oppel::' spray boles for cloqging. 0 distribur:ion Check for breakag¢ and 0 basins *2 de:formaelon, and perform elep;nJ.nn. Check tor adherents. 0 Louvers Check for breakage, deformation 0 and CheCk tor Ae:thesion of sca.lea: a.nd Filling slime. 0 Check for clogqinll1, and perform. 0 cleaninn. Check for adhesion of scales and Eliminator slime. 0 Check for clogging, and perform 0 cleaninG. Water basin Check the level and supply watar. 0 0 *2 Check for wa.ter leaks, and J nertorm clean1nN. Stra1ner cJ,ogging 0 *2 Cleaning 0 Casing Check fot' rust and loo.senes3 Of 0 framewol:'k boHs. Note) The circles show visual checks. Replace 500 hours after starting operation for the first time, and then replace it 2500 hours after that. *2: Clean the water basin, upper distribution basins and strainer in accordance with the conditions of adherents and mud accumulation. 14 • 7. Cooling body Problems Causes Remedies (j) Excesslshortag-e in the amount of (j) 1\djust to the aD\OUJ'lt of water in the circulating water•. design specifications. ® Drift of suction airflow. ® !!'t'Ipt'Qve the ventilating en\tirollIlent. <3> Re-clrculatlQn of air <3> Improve the venti-latinq envirol1ll1ent. (short .circuit,.., @ clogging, of the spray holes of @ Remove dust, scales and foreign Rise itt cooling the upper-distribution ba6ins. matter. water temperature @ Check the current value, and 1:£ the ® Sho.t'"tag'e of air flOW of the fan. current is than the ratinq, check the blade angle. @ CloggiAg of the filling and/o" @ Rework and clean the clogging eliminator. location. <i> N'onun1torm watar levels of the <i> Adjust the water level of each basin with the upper distribution basins. recrulatina valv-e. (j) clogging or the 6l:1'ray holes of (j) dust, 5cales and foreign . Decrease in the upper distr-.1bution ba5!ns. matter. cooling wa.ter ® ClOCJa1ntl or the strainer. Ql Remove: dust and clean. (j) Unbalance of-the fan blade (j) Investigate and adjust the blade angles. 81:'1o;11e. ® Adjust th4 6ccentricity, ani.1. check ® Eccentricityot the driVe shaft: the pre$ence absence of iractures in the disk @ Looseness af t1ghteninq bolts. @ Check the bolts tor looseness, And rel:iqhten them. Abnormal sound.s @" ShortaO'e of oil for the speed @ Add oil to the regular level and vibrations reducer. ® Damaqe to the spe4d reducer @ Inve3tiqate and replace by gears and/Qr bearings. the speed reducer. @ Breakage of the external fan fOl: ® Replace the external tan. cooling the <i> Shol"ta,ge of motor bearing <Zl Fill qrea:.e. grease. ® Darnaq6 to the motor bear1nq.s. @ the beaX'Aa. (j) Drop in voltage. (j) Measure the su.pply voltaqe.. aAd irtvest1qate the power $upply. !:xcessive Ql in tan blade angle. (2J Adjust the blade angle. operating @ Motor failure. @ Ask the m.anufac!:\u:et: for repair and investigation. @ overl.oad due to excess In air @ Adjust the fan blade flow. (j) Excess amount of circulating (j) Adjust the altl.ount of water with the water. valve. Carry-over ® flow. (2J Adj ust thQ tan blade angle. @ Oefor.rn.ation and/o%;' clogging of ® Repl.ace the defomed part, and claan the eliminator. the cloaainq location. 15 • 7-2 Driva section Problems Cause Remedies 1. Power failure. 1. Invest.igat.e the powet supply. 2. fUse blown due to 2. Replace with a specifie6 one. insufficient capacity. 'l'he motor does not rotate. 3. St.JJ.teh having an 3. Repl.ace with- a . capacity. 4. switch having a contact q. Adjust the contact part. failure. Rotations ot the motor 1. One-pl1ase: sho,rt circuit of 1. Investiqate the power supply and the poWer supply . w1rln9" drop suddenly 2. Voltac;)'e drop. 2. Inv$sciaate the power :moplv. 1. Connection failure between 1. the manufacturer for Rotations of the motor do the rotor and stator. investiqatton and repair. not rise 2. one-phase short circuIt of 2. Ask the manufaeturer for the winding of or invest iqatioD, and investigate power sUDoly. the ,,1rincr. l. Defective bearing. 1. Replace the bearinq. The tan does not rotate 2. FClIl.eture in coupling ot the 2. Replace the coupling, and adjust drive. shaft. the centering- of the dtlve shaft. Bearlnqs produce l. lubrication l. Replace with normalqrease. <;Trease. sounds or 2. Mixinq Qf dust or foreiqn 2. Clean the bearinq and fill with irreqular metal sounds matter in beaeiM'. new qrease. l. LoosenesS of each tightening L Tiqhten 1n bOlt. other vibrations and 2. Breakage of the external fan 2. Replace the external fan for noises tor cooling the motor. cooling the motor. 3. Unbalance of the fan. 3. the balance, and rem.Ove adherents, 4. IrreCl\!lar1tv in fan anqle.. 4. Ad1ust the ancrle. l, Eccentriclty of the drive 1- Adjust the centering of the drive snatt. shaft. Ri.5e in motor pllirt 2. Voltage drop. 2. 3. Contact between thl! rotor and. 3. Ask the manufacturer for temperature st.ator. it\\lest.iqat.lon. 4. Flaw in or shortage 4. Replace the bearing, Or till wi.tb of grease. qrease. . Others since mounting bolts may become loose due to minute Vibrations Caused bv l.oad fluctua tians and from the ta.n, check them. t::ler.i.odically. If' you have any difficulties questions concerning use of the cooling contact the Shinwa Cooling Tower Service' Network or us. pri.or to contacting us, confirm the warranty description and/or nameplate descriptions affixed to the cooling to"er body and motor and then inform us. 16 ...' espond to the needs "safe and comfol1Jble" Vibro-Switch Model-i500A ) Detects unusually great vibrations and gives an alarm signal. Sensor, alarm setting and alarm contact are entirely united ill one body for ease of operation. • Compact design, lowprice and accurate vibration monitoring at 2 upper limits. • Vibration modes for acceleration, velocity and displacement are selectable with internal switch• • Drip·proofaluminum housing connectable with flexible conduits. • Alarm level setting at a step of 1% from 1 to 99% with internal digital switch .Two different alarming steps, one for self-holding operation and the other for automatic resetting operation are provided. • Alarm delay ofup to 60 seconds can be set to prevent misfunction. • Lowpower consumption of 12mA(Typ) at 24VDC. • Usable for monitoring vibrations in motors, fans, piping,etc. Vibro-Switch Model-1500A ;D .. .. IlIlIcatfl.ll of d,leet.,.c 'lnetla. CDllftecl,r ul-rn .. ._- --- -- .outlP&' holt -4-.7 DIMENSIONS 1-99mls'(p) 1-99mm/s(p) 0,01-0.99mm(P-P) 5-500Hz 10-500Hz 5-500Hz CD Acceleration: ® Velocity: @ Displacement: Acceleration: VelocitY: Displacement: Within 5% (25°C, 80Hz, 1Omls') measurement of sinusoidal wave) Within 1% offull scale DC24V±0.5V, 12mA(Typ), 20mA(max) Delay 0 to 60 sec variable Self-holding operation and automatic resetting operation, make contact by MOSFET. (Resetting by turning off driving power supply) Contact rating AC/DC 125V, D.5A :; Material Aluminium(with neoprene packing) Protection IP-64 lOOmis' for vibration, 1DDOmls' for shock 1500VAC between relay contact and housing for f minute l500V AC between relay contact and power supply (24V) for 1 minute Power line is connected to housing at 0.1 J1 F. Flexible conduit, 16mm 10, 22mm 00 Brand name: VF-Q4 made by NIPPON FEX CO.,LTO SPECIFICATIONS Alarm setting range: (Select 1,2 or 3.) Accuracy: Unearity: Driving power supply: Relay operation: Housing construction: Vibration resistance: Dielectric strength: Frequency characteristics: .(+5%, -10%) Applicable electric wire: Applicable conduit ) SUPPLY (2Hlarn level setilncOlI Ext_I Ccnneotioo Ii>! RyOUT oft N .. ,. t HH . - I • ! (,-..--}@Relayout/ll)Mto-resetlllCtJpe }GJReIOY outOlll Self-h,ddilll type !. )@ : ! 0 Power ----"1'-- AC line I I , . l Install" owitch Cor brook oont:ect) ------------------------------------ l2J Alone level .ettincOllll <D Yibr"ti ... lIIlde settlllJ Cl:Jleloy tilllC 8ettlncOlll t;3Jllolay ti... .sf-/DWA SHOWA SOKKI CORPORATION JiHadOffice : 1-5-9. KandaI1um1-dlo, CI'li)'oda-ku, Tokyo. 101-OO24JAPAN. Phone: 03-GB68--!2to Fax: 03-3866-3060 .Facloty: '541-1 T_"''''/o)i. Tokyo.I93-<Jl144 Phone: 0428-64-3232 Fax; 0426-64-3276 /rM. showasokkl. co. JpJ E-tlall :[email protected]$( Jp Agent: ) VIBROSWITCH MODELI500A INSTRUCTION MANUAL . I. Setling And Connection Remove 4 screws and then remove the cover. Setting switches and connections as show ·below appear. @Oelay time Setting (H) /" (2)Arorm level setting (H) / IExternal ConnectionI .. I X H "'" HRyout :. Jr Self-holding twe HHR ) w <. +-:MY SOPPl..Y I. Power 0.\ :: AC Line llQ t tS' (I HK..,.... -) : - Q reset switch I t> I to PRESE'\,,°1 l (or break contact). ""- ®Alorm level @Delay time Setting (HH) <DVlbratlon mode setting CD Vibration /dode. Setting Turn on one of switches I to 3. Numbers I to 3 correspond to the following respective modes. . Switch Vibration Mode Full Sca.le J ACC (Acceteratlon) IOOm/s'.... 2 VEL (Vetoci ty) 100m/s PEAK 3 DISP (Displacement) IIIlIIIp_p Alarm Level Setting Set two limit positions (II and HH) of level with the presel swllch. It can he set at I !o of full scale value in a vibration mode which is selected in accordance with step <D. When two limit positions of alarming level are nol required. eJ tber one of Hand llll can be used. Delay Time Setting Set delay time to prevenl a malfunctinn with the potentiometer. Turning Hor HH fUlly counterclockwise will give an instantaneous operalion, turning it fully clockwise will give a delay lime of about 60 seconds aud turning it. half wil 1 give a delay lime of about 30 seconds. (Note) LED located on the side of the alarm level swi lch indicales the relay' s operation. 1t is provided to 'check the relay's operation on the VIBROSWITCH side. 0-605 (1/3) ..§+.itJWA SHOWA SOKKI CORP. .' VIBROSWITCH MODELl500A INSTRUCTION MANUAL Connecting power supply Rating of connectable wire is Ii. 2-2. 5mm' (AWG24-l2). Strip the end of wire by ahout insert it into the termiual hole aud clamp with the screw. This·conuecting terminal is agaiusi vibrations. a power unit capable of supplying DC24V±O. 5V 20mA is required. Current consumption is about l2mA. When a reset switch is provided between the power circuit and AC the hold status of the relay coutacl can be released. <Note> Diagram of wire inside lhe VIBROSWITCH is shown below. The housing is connected to the internal common terminal at O.ltLF for. shielding, ,-------------tV +24V "\ Voltage Regulator :L Internal Common ./ I O.ltLF OV y -V Housing Connecting Relay Output When a vibration exceeding Ihe rated value is prodnced for more than the preset time (delay time). outpul is turned on. Acontrol of 12SV O. SA is available for both AC and DC. <Note> VIBROSWTCH is designed to withstand an instantaneous voltage of up to However. take proper measures against surge using surge absorbers (Diode etc.) according to the type of load and power Completion of connection After completion of connection, reri t the cover. When connection cable may be subiect to vihration, put sponge rubber into such part and press with the cover. 2. Installation Check the direction of detecting vibrations and fix VIBROSWIl'CJ! with 4 bolls (M6l. The brand name of flexible conduits is NIPOREX (Produc I No. VF-04. made hy NIPPON FLEX CO.. LTD.) 0-605 (2/3)· .EJ+lDWA SHOWA SOKKI CORP. } VIBROSWITCH MODEL1500A INSTRUCTION MANUAL 3. Operation When VIBROSWITH is properly connected and it will be normally operated. When a vibration exceeding the alarming level continues for more than the preset delay time. the relay is turned on and this status will be held uutil the next resetting Is done. To reset tbe switch, tnrn off power supply once by means of the reset switch as shown in the No malfunction will occur even if power turned on once again. 4. Maintenance No consumable parts are provided, eliminating the need for daily maintenance. To check the function of VIBROSWITCH. set alarming level below the current vibration setting or remove the VIBROSWITCH and then give a vibration over the alarming level. 0-605 (3/3) ..s+Ii:JWA SHOWA SOKKI CORP. TEG05-10-002 Cooling Tower Noise Level MODEL SCC-4800ABTX2 JABAL OMAR DEVELOPMENT 2010.1.19 EBARA SHINWA ltd. APPROVED CHECKED DESIGNED 0 ~ 8 ___________R_ - - - - - ~ - - - - - - - ------------- Kikuchi Ihara Komori 1. DESIGN SPECIFICATION TYPE SCC-4800ABT x 2 Air Flow [m 3 /min] 23562 Fan Dia Df [mm] 7100 Motor 150kW - 6P Fan Number 9 Reducing Type GEAR REDUCER L 12400 Dimensions W 12000 [mm/cell] H 9600 + 2600 2. MEASURING POINTS Measuring PointGD [Fan 45" Df Point] is at 45" angle and fan blade dimension(Df) away from the surface of casing. Measuring P o i n t ~ [R[m] Point on the Louver Side] is at R[m] extended along the center line of the absorption louver surface at a height of T[mJ. (Remarks: R= 1. 0 [mL T = 1. 5 [m]) - 1 - 3. EVALUATED Point dB CA) dB ce) (j) 85.5 95. 5 ~ 81. 0 84.0 OCTAVE ANALYSIS 100 90 80 70 "" :':'. '" 60 > '" ...J '" => w w 50 '" Co. -0 " => 0 '" 40 30 20 !-e--Measuring PointeD .. - Measuring Point(g) I ------., r------, ~ t - - - - ~ l- ___ ~ - - - t---- ~ ~ ", --- ........... ',.., ......, "' 10 31.5 63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000 Octaveband Center Frequency [Hz] [dB (C)] Hz 31.5 63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000 O.A (j) 88.5 90. 5 90.5 86.5 83. 5 80. 5 72.5 68. 5 64.5 95.5 ~ 73. 5 75.0 76.5 75. 5 75.5 75.5 75. 5 70.5 63.0 84.0 - 2 - TEC19-10-013 Shaft Power Calculation data MODEL SCC-4800ABT JABAL OMAR DEVELOPMENT 2010.1.19 EBARA SHINWA ltd. APPROVED CHECKED DESIGNED 0 [email protected] ({[5) ------------- -------._---- ------------- Kikuchi Ihara Komori Shaft Power calcuration data Specification Model SCC-4800ABT Inlet water temp. tWl 42.8°C outlet water temp. tW2 35°C wet bulb t'1 30°C water flow L 55620 Llmin air flow Q 23562 m'/min static pressure Ps 196.8 Pa fan diameter D 7030 mm number of blade Z fan speed n 126 min- t fan casing dismeter Ds 7100 mm outlet air verocity V 9.919 m/s air density r 1.124 kg/m' velocity pressure Pd 55.3 Pa then seek air power (Ps) x (Q) air power(Ma) = total pressure Ps= 252.1 Pa :. A- 99.00 kW then seek shaft power shaft power(M) air power(Ma) (kW) static efficiency ( T] ) (kW) = total efficiency MODEL(Cofimco) 7030-9-36N/G1.5T T/ = 78.5 (%) M= _9",9",.0:;0_ 0.785 126.11 and then shaft power is 138.7kW as marjin(10%) motor output (power) is made (choice) 150kW (load 92.5%: r=1.124kg/m') 1) STATIC PRESSURE I VOLUME CURVE 2) TORQUE CURVE 3) CAMBELL DIAGRAM <Cooling Tower Design Specifications: TEC07-1 0-005) <Cooling Tower Design Specifications:TEC07-1Q-006> • Via Gramsci, 62 - 28050 Pombia (NO) -ITALY Tel. +39.0321.968311 - Fax +39.0321.958992 - E-mail [email protected] 4035 Holland Boulevard-P.D.Box 6127·Chesapeake, Virginia 23323 Tel.{757)485-5798 Fax (757)485-7021 E-mail [email protected] Rue Severino Tescarollo, 880-CEP 13255-410 Itatiba, SP BRASIL T81. +55-11-4534-9999 Fax +55-11-4534-1410 E-mail [email protected] Customer Name A Job Name A Job Reference A Item Number A Date 19/01/2010 STATIC PRESSURE vs VOLUME CURVE _ I.. _ -.l _ .J -.l l- _ .. _ .L _ -l - - - _1- ADt I I f l I I I I 'I 600 750 Volume [m3fsec] 300 - -,- -\- - r - T - _ .1__ l.- _ I\.. _ J. _ 1 I I I - -\- -,- - i" -7- - -,- -:- - r -,.- I I f I - -1- - r - I" - T - __1__ I.- _,- _ I I I I - -\- - i - i- --1--1--,,"_+_ I I I I - -1- -,- i- I 1 I I - -,- -l'" - F - T - _1 __ I". _ t. _ J. _ 1 I I I I--j--r-I- --1-_1-_+_ • • -1'-7- 450 -r-T-'-\----r-r-T-'- _ I I I I I I 1 I -j-j-j-l----l-j-j-l- - 150 I I I I .... -'1-"--;--1 - _ J._..1_..J __1_ ! 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[mmH20 Inlet Air Density 1.124 kg/m3 RPM 126.0 rpm Blade Tip Speed 46.4 mlsec Pressure recovery 0.00 mmH20 Rotor shaft power 126.1 kW PWL ( } 2) 102.2 dB(A) ROTOR MODEL 7030- 9-36N/G1.5T All data must be approved by Cofimco FanTastic V1R6.1 • X ) f l m r ~ ~ Via Gramsci, 62 ~ 28050 Pombia (NO) - ITALY Tel. +39.0321.968311 - Fax +39.0321.958992 - E-mail [email protected] 4035 Holland Boulevard-P.O.Box 6127-Chesapeake, Virginia 23323 Tel.(757)485-5798 Fax (757)485-7021 E-mail [email protected] Rua Severino Tescarollo, 880-CEP 13255-410 ltatiba, SP BRASIL T81 +55-11-4534-9999 Fax +55-11-4534-1410 E-mail [email protected] Customer Name A Job Name A Job Reference A Item Number A Date 19/01/2010 TORQUE CURVE o 30 60 90 120 150 FAN SPEED (RPM) ROTOR MODEL Rotor shaft power RPM [email protected] 7030- 9-36N/G1.5T 126.1 126.0 126.0 kW rpm rpm = 975 kgm All data must be approved by Cofimco FanTastic V1R6.1 Customer Name A Job Name A Job Reference A Item Number A Date 19/01/2010 CAMPBELL DIAGRAM 9xREV 1000 , "I" "I" , 1'/ I CPM Blade natural frequency ±1 0% 800 / / 600 I- - 400 I- - 200 - 1xREV I I 0 30 60 90 120 150 FAN RPM N (blades 9 RPM 126.0 rpm Blade Tip Speed 46.4 m/sec Number of disturbances 1 ROTOR MODEL 7030- 9-36N/G1.5T All data must be approved by Cofimco FanTastic V1R6.1 • Via Gramsci, 62 - 28050 Pombia (NO) -ITALY Tel. +39.0321.968311 - Fax +39.0321.958992 - E-mail [email protected] 4035 Holland Boulevard-P,O.Box 6127-Chesapeake, Virginia 23323 Fax (757)485-7021 E-mail [email protected] RUB Severino Tescarollo 880-CEP 13255-410 ltatiba SP BRASIL Tel +55-11-4534-9999 Fax +55-11-4534-1410 E-mail [email protected] TEC05-10-003 Cooling Tower Noise Level MODEL SCC-4800ABT X3 JABAL OMAR DEVELOPMENT 2010. 1. 19 EBARA SHINWA ltd. APPROVED CHECKED DESIGNED 0 ~ 8 1------------- - - - - - - ~ - - - - - - ------------- Kikuchi Ihara Komori 1. DESIGN SPECIFICATION TYPE SCC-4800ABT x3 Ai r Flow [m 3 /mi n] 23562 Fan Dia Df [nun] 7100 Motor 150kW - 6P Fan Number 9 Reducing Type GEAR REDUCER L 12400 Dimensions W 12000 [mm/cell] H 9600 + 2600 2. MEASURING POINTS Measuring PointGD [Fan 45" Df Point] is at 45" angle and fan blade dimension(Df) away from the surface of casing. Measuring P o i n t ~ [R[m] Point on the Louver Side] is at R[m] extended along the center line of the absorption louver surface at a height of T[m]. (Remarks: R= 1. 0 [mL T = 1. 5 [m]) - 1 - 3. EVALUATED Point dB CAl dB CCl CD 87.0 97. 0 ~ 82.0 85.0 OCTAVE ANALYSIS 100 90 80 70 0> :3 '" 60 > '" ...J '" => '" '" 50 " c.. ." <= => 0 '" 40 30 20 I__Measuring PointeD - .. - Measuring Point® I ........ .......... '-----.., r----. "- ... --- l---- ... --- ... --- ... ~ ~ , i---- r-:::.::." ~ " 10 31.5 63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000 Octaveband Center Frequency [Hz] [dB CCl] Hz 31.5 63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000 O.A CD 90. 0 92. 0 92.0 88.0 85. 0 82.0 74.0 70.0 66.0 97.0 ~ 74.0 75.5 77.0 76.5 76.5 76. 5 76. 5 71. 5 64.0 85.0 - 2 - co O' LOADING DATA 90' unit ( kg) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 180' A 2300 3500 3500 3500 5200 3500 3500 3500 5200 3500 3500 3500 2300 B 3500 5900 BODO 5900 6300 5900 BOOO 5900 6300 5900 8000 5900 3500 C 3500 5900 12000 5900 6300 5900 12000 5900 6300 5900 12000 5900 3500 0 3500 5900 8000 5900 6300 5900 BODO 5900 6300 5900 BODO 5900 3500 E 2300 3500 4600 3500 5200 3500 4600 3500 5200 3500 4600 3500 2300 OP. Weight, 345300 (kg) I I I 1 I I I 1 I, I I I I A __ I I I I I I I I I I I I I iii iii iii iii i B .-l._._..J. ..!-._._. ..t::::."'-.J.._._..J._.- ! y' !'·1!.k 1"1! J/ !'i! ! i! ! !\ r i! ! r\ ! i! ! .\ ! I i I I I ' I i I I I ' I i I I I ... I c --r-·-·\1·_·_·_!_.._..-H-"-r-"i-r"-"-"I·-"--r+--r--",r--T--·I+-'-"-r-"- , '. ._-1-_. . ._.1._. . I , '. ._l_. ' ._1_. 'I • " ._.1_. ' ._-l-., ,: . • I \1 I 1/ I \1 ..+-'-I 1/ I \1 ..+-'- I ..+-'- 1/ I 0<> i i /1' i I A i i b=j=; A i D ·_.., .. _.. _-;·::O'·"O:·-f:.. :::O..·L....r-·_.. _..;--_.. _..t .."·'r..7 -r-.. _..-r-·_..- .. r"'-.:--::-..:..f-::-:·... ·.L,.. _.. _..-;·_..- I I -- I I I . I I I . I I , .._·-t"-·-"-j"-·-·-I-.._ ..- ..t--.. _·t-.. _ ..-·-t.. _ .. _ .. -t.. _.. _·-t-·-·-t-.. _ .. _ ..t-.. _ ..-.-t-.. -._.-t"-'-"-j"-"- iii i ! iii iii i i '''0 >0" "lOD 3000 "" 3000 300D 3000 >000 3,000 >000 'OOD , , , • 5 5 7 • , " " " " FOR COfjTlUCTOR ,. JABAL OMAR DEVELOPMENT lIESCltIPTICIII ... COOLING TOWER LOADING DATA SCC-4800AB1X3 "",PROVEn CHECKED DESIGNEe DRAWN DATE UNI JOII 19. '10 1 I ORAWING No. 1/1 CARRER I EBARA SH1NWA LTD. DE£100004 TEC01-10-003 Cooling Tower Performance Curve MODEL SCC-4800ABT JABAL OMAR DEVELOPMENT 2010. 1. 19 EBARA SHINWA ltd. APPROVED CHECKED DESIGNED ~ ~ 8 . ~ ~ - - - - - - - . - - ___________M_ ------------- Kikuchi Ihara Komori Model: SCC-4800ABT Cool ing Tower Performance Curve 40 35 JJ 30 s:i E Q) I- ..... Q) ..... :::> 25 0 ~ Q) ;= 0 I- bD <:: 0 20 0 Q !/1/ ~ , ~ " A ~ -' .... ..... " .... ..... v .... .... "'" - ,....... ./ - I-"'" ./ r- lv ,. -" -" ..... lv ./ ~ 15 10 5 10 15 20 25 Ambient Wet Bulb Temp. °c 30 35 1. Design Value Water flow : Air flow 55620.0 [L/min] 23562.0 [m' / min] Inlet water temperature 42.8 rOC] Outlet water temperature 35.0 rOC] Wet bulb temperature 30.0 rOC] 2. Explanation for Performance Curve A: Cooling water inlet temp. 42.8 °C constant B: Cooling water temp. difference 7.8 °C OR ,. 90' ,,,. 703li-9-36N/61.51 om SHAFT DRIVE 90303 166860 Vmln 42.0 'tl " , ;0 , 480 V 60 HZ 150tW SP )($ 500,1. x5 500,1. )(6 345000 IS '" 'DiilVE TYPE riPENS SI2E INLET 0iiTLET iiiEiGiiTiiET(DRY) WEIGHT OPERATING CAPAClT. INLET TENP. OUTLET TENP. WET BUl.B "iJTiLiTY WiOR No. DISCRIPTION IMTERIAL O'TVl REM:ARKS , .,TOR 0 , '" ALlJ/dINIlIM 0 0 FAN CASING ., 0 IHOT SALVo • GHR REDUCER 0 ; SHAFT '"' 0 • SPRAY "'OZZtE eo• 350t , TOP PlATE ., 3Ht j,HO.T DIP GALv. , SlOE PANEL FOP 2slde " PARTITION '"' , '" LOUVER '" 2Sld! " HANDRAIL S5.STK 1 sel HOT DIP DAlV. " SUCTION TANK ., • HOT DIP GALV • " WATER BASIN '" , " 'II,l.TERBASIN FRAME ., , HOT DIP GALV. COlliNG ToWER SPECIFICATlONS i ! ! i -i- i I' ",,' [:J' 'c:J' 'W '"" 'I g ;; • , " WATER INLET 6-500,1. WATER CURET 6-500,1. 625(l 200 II 3000 I 3000 I 3000 \ 5000 II 200 fOR CONTRACTOR 'OR JABAL OIAAR DEVELOPMENT NOTE OEseRIPT I ON COOLING TOWER t.\:IDEL SCC-4800A8TX5 EBARA SHINWA LTD. CARRER BASE SHllULO BE Olt HllRIZONTAL LEVEL. 2.FOUNDATION BOLTS SHOULO BE COl/NECTEO ONTO THE REINFORCEI,£NT ON THE BUILOIItG SlOE. iI.CooLING WATER PIPING ARE JIS 10K RF-FLf.llGE. APPROVED X_I llRAII'H I DATE I UNIT lI1IIl Ohlt\ IJon 19. '10 3RO ANGL PROJECT DRAWING Ne. DE2100003 CAPACI1Y 60535 tW WATER HOW 111240 VlIlln INLET IENP. 42.8 'I: OUTLET TENP. " , WET BULB " , UTILITY 480 V 60 Hz I,(ITOR 150kW 61' " '" lIWI ORIVE TYPE SHAFT ORIVE PIPENG S12E INLET 30DA X4 OUTtET 500A x4 NET (DRY) 129000 III WEIGHT OPERATII;G 229000 l!I COLLING TOWER SPECIFICATIONS I' ",,' c:J' ,:,. 'bi '",. 'I No. OISCRIPTION MATERIAL Q'TY I REMARKS , INJTQR , " , "" AlWIHIU!,l , ,. , FAN CASING " , IH:lT DIP GALV. 270.-Efr 90' • GEAR REOUCER , ; ""n "" , • SPRAY OOZZLE "" 2set lBo' , TOP PLATE ;; 2set I HOT OIP CALVo , SIDE PANEL '" 2slde 24400 , PARTITIOn '" , I, !I " LOUVER '" 2slde " HANDRAIL SS.STK 1 set 1101 DIP GAtv. , , , ---n " SUCTION ;; • I10T DIP DALv • ! ! ! ! ! ! ! " WATER BASIN '" , " WATER BASIN FRME 55 , 1101 DIP GALV. I " " o & r I I I I WATER INLET 4-500Jl WATER OUTlET 4-500" 200 II 3000 I 3000 I 3000 I 3000 l\ 200 FOR COIiTRACTOR "R JABAL OMAR DEVELOPMENT NOTE ; DESCllIPTIDN COOLING TOWER ."" SCC-4800ABTX2 DRAWN 1 I UNIT lMI B IJon 19. "0 3RO I PROJECl No. EBARA SHINWA LTD. I DE21DOOOI Ifi\ ""'PROVED 1.FOlMOATlON BASE SHOULD BE ON IlORIZONTN.. LEVEL. 2,FOUHD,I,TlON BOLTS SHOULD BE Cl»IllSCTED ONTO THE ON THE BUILDING SIDE. 3.C00l.1NG WATER PIPIIlG ARE JIS 10K RF-HANGE. CARRER - . '" LOADING DATA 0- un i t (k g) 90' I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 180' A 2300 3500 3500 3500 5200 3500 3500 3500 2300 8 3500 5900 8000 5900 6300 5900 8000 5900 3500 C 3500 5900 12000 5900 6300 5900 12000 5900 3500 D 3500 5900 8000 5900 6300 5900 8000 5900 3500 E 2300 3500 4600 3500 5200 3500 4600 3500 2300 DP_ Weight: 23D5DD (kg) ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! A -i----l-------t----j------I-----t----t---i------t--- iii iii iii B -J.-----j-7'o::::=t::::::::,.-L.---.L.-__ ______L __ ! y- !'-{! y- !'}! ! /! ! !\ ! /! ! \ ! . I i I I I' I i I I I' I c -T--tl-----r----rt---r-----j-r-----T------r+--l--- . ....... ' .: , \. __ 1_. . ,.!._ .. : , I \1 I 1/ I \1 I 1/ I i __ '''1''' i ''i''' _-{ i "h_ "f" i "f" A i D I i --- -- i 11---- I I , -+-----+----+----t------\------+------t---+----+--- ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! '"" 5000 '"" 5"0 '"" '"" '''' 5000 I 2 , 4 5 5 , B 9 FMtolITRAe:ICIl ,. JABAL OIAAR DEVELOPMENT OESaIIPllttI "" COOLING TOWER LOADING DATA SCC-4800A8Tx2 APPROVED CHECKED DllAWN OAT£ UNIT I'IIl ,ft, I I IQJ!, Jon 19.' 10 I DRAWING No. 1/1 CARRER I I EBARA SHINWA LTD. DE21QOOO2 TEC07-10-008 Heat Exchange Calculation data MODEL SCC-4800ABT JABAL OMAR DEVELOPMENT 2010.1.19 EBARA SHINWA ltd. APPROVED CHECKED DESIGNED C 1 j ~ @ 8 ------------- ----------.-- ---------.--- Kikuchi Ihara Komori 1.1le % L [m'/h] Cooling tower design account (Counter flow type) Specification circulation - amount of water tWI [OC] Inlet water temperature of Cooling tower tW2 [OC] Outlet water temperature of Cooling tower t'l [OC] Wet bulb temperature Q [m'/min] The amount of air do [m] Filler depth Wo [m] Filler width ho [m] Filler height A [m'] Filler area right-angled with the flow of water Aa [m'] Filler area right-angled with the flow of air V [m'] Filler capacity U [-] Exchange coefficient N [-] Water air ratio (L/G) L [kg/h] Flux of water (mass) G [kg/h] Flux of air (mass) h [kJ/kg] Enthalpy of air hI [kJ/kg] Enthalpy of specification wet bulb temperature hw [kJ/kg] Enthalpy of saturation air equal to water temperature tw t [OC] Temperature afwater Ka [kJ/m3-h-dh] The enthalpy standard total rate of capacity heat transfer Kao [kJ/m3-h-dh] The enthalpy standard total rate of capacity heat transfer obtained from the empirical formula of a filler 'Y [kg/m'] Density of air Cw [kJ/kg-K] Specific Heat of water (4.18605kJ/kg-K) - 1 - 2 . The theoretical formula of a cooling tower All the intermediary quantity of heat accompanied by substance movement between the water and air in a cooling tower is proportional to an Enthalpy difference, and is expressed as follows. Gdh= Ka (hw-h) dY If movement of all intermediary quantity of heat shall be performed only in tbe evaporation latent heat of water -db/Cwo dtw=L/G=N The following formula is obtained from (l) and (2) formulas. Ka'Y = fl dh G , hw-h Ka'Y 1 --{;w·dtw L = f, hw-h (2) (3) (4) Here, U = fl db , hw-h 1 -Cw'dtw N' f, hw-h (5) It is if it sets. Ka'Y L Ka U 1 -Cw'dtw 1 = N = f, hw-h "" CW(twl-tW2)( hw-h )m", (U/N) 'L = Y 3.Quantity-of-heat calculation of a cooling tower Flux of water L and air flux From G to a water air ratio It asks for N and is numerical integration. It asks for U/N or U. Next, the filler capacity of a cooling tower is decided arbitrarily, and if it substitutes for (8) formulas, a required Ka value can be found. Filler performance formula obtained by this required Ka value and experiment Kao is compared, and if set to Kao/Ka >= 1, specification will be satisfied on quantity-of-heat calculation. Here, L[kg/h] = Um'/h] X 1000 (8) G = QX60X 'Y (9) N = Ukg/h]/G (10) Ka (UIN) •L[kg/hI -.JL:Q... (11) Y Y U =L dh (12) hw-h (U/N)c =L Cw·dtw (13) hw-h Ah = CW'dtwXN (14) h = hi +L Ah (15) Next, a calculation result is shown. - 2 - Calculation of Thermal Capacity for Cooling Tower ( 1) Specification of Tower model SCC-4800ABT (2) Specification of Thermal Capacity (2 - 1) Customer's Specification L 3337.2 [m'/h] twl 42.80 [OC] tw2 35. 00 ["C] t'l 30.00 ["C] (2 - 2) Tower's Specification Q 23562 [m'/min] do 12. 000 Em] Wo 12. 000 Em] ho L 800 Em] A 144. 000 Em'] Aa 144. 000 Em'] V 259. 200 Em'] ( 3) Calculation of Thermal Capaci ty (3 - 1) Calculation of U /N L 3337200 [kg/h] G 1588996 [kg/h] N 2. lOa [-] U 2.868 [-] COIN) L 366 [-] Notice: Watch next page about U/N ( 3 - 2) Calculation of Ka Ratio Ka Kao Kao/Ka 17581.9 [kJ/m3'h'dh] 17669.8 [kJ/m3·h·dh] L 005 [-] (4) Calculation result From the above-mentioned calculation result, I am satisfied [ with the cooling tower capacity concerned] of a specification performance. - 3 - Culculation of (UIN) tWl tW2 tw dtw hw h hw-h (hw-h)m Cw·dtw (hw-h)m 42.80 190.89 168.20 22.69 t 0.78 i 22.47 0.145 42.02 183.59 161. 34 22.25 t O. 78 i 22. 16 O. 147 41. 24 176.56 154.49 22.08 t O. 78 i 22.12 O. 148 40.46 169.80 147.63 22.17 t 0.78 i 22.34 O. 146 39.68 163.29 140. 77 22.52 t O. 78 i 22. 81 O. 143 38.90 157.02 133.91 23. 10 t O. 78 i 23.51 O. 139 38. 12 150.97 127.06 23.92 t 0.78 i 24.44 O. 134 37.34 145. 15 120.20 24.96 t O. 78 i 25.58 O. 128 36.56 139. 55 113.34 26.20 t O. 78 i 26.93 O. 121 35. 78 134. 14 106.48 27.66 t O. 78 i 28.48 0.115 35.00 128.93 99.63 29.30 t' 1"""'i' 30.0°c (U/N) - 1. 366 hw: Enthalpy of saturation air equal to water temperature [kJ/kg] h: (Heat exchange is carried out) Enthalpy of air [kJ/kg] Cw: Specific Heat of water[= 4.18605 kJ/kg· K] [CulculationJ Enthalpy of the 30'C air which touches 35'C water 99.63 35.8'C --> hi= 99.63 + Cw·dtwXN = 106.48 36.6'C --> hi= 106.48 + Cw·dtwXN = 113.34 t t t 42.8'C --> hi= 161. 34 + Cw·dtwXN = 168.20 [Enthalpy of exit air] Water Flow L= 3337200 kg/h Air Flow G= 1588996 kg/h L/G=N= 2. 100 - 4 -
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