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691611D Ventomatic-IHI-Vietnam storage silo Technical Documentation CP (Italiana) order n°: Place of erection: Year of

691611D

Ventomatic-IHI-Vietnam

storage silo

Technical Documentation

CP (Italiana) order n°:

Place of erection:

Year of delivery:

Supplier:

01/3951/06

BIM SON II - VIETNAM

2007

Claudius Peters (Italiana) srl

BI M SON II - VIETNAM 2007 Claudius Peters (Italiana) srl Claudius Peters (Italiana) srl Via

Claudius Peters (Italiana) srl Via Verdi, 2 24121 Bergamo Italy

Phone:

+39 035 237 196

Fax:

+39 035 237 785

italiana@claudiuspeters.com

www.claudiuspeters.com

691611D - Ventomatic-IHI-Vietnam – Storage silo

691611D - Ventomatic-IHI-Vietnam – Storage silo

Contents

Chapter

Title

1. Principal safety references

2. Spare parts keeping

3. Equipment legend

4. Motor list and process logic

5. Mechanical equipment

5.1. Storage silo - general recommendations

5.2. Aeroslide type 2

5.3. Blower

5.4. Shut-off flaps with pneu.drive

5.5. Level switch

5.6. Pressure comp. valve

CLAUDIUS PETERS CLAUDIUS PETERS ROBUSCHI INTERAPP ENDRESS & HAUSER WAM

PETERS ROBUSCHI INTERAPP ENDRESS & HAUSER WAM Claudius Peters (Italiana) srl Via Verdi, 2 24121 Bergamo

Claudius Peters (Italiana) srl Via Verdi, 2 24121 Bergamo Italy

Phone:

+39 035 237 196

Fax:

+39 035 237 785

italiana@claudiuspeters.com

www.claudiuspeters.com

Claudius Peters Principal safety references 596.0009.1000A/05.en

Claudius Peters

Principal safety references

Claudius Peters Principal safety references 596.0009.1000A/05.en

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Contents 1 Preface to the Safety Instructions 3 2 A Note on Intellectual Property and

Contents

1

Preface to the Safety Instructions

3

2

A Note on Intellectual Property and Other Protection Rights in Accordance with DIN ISO 16016 .

3

3

Basic Safety Instructions

4

3.1

Warning Signs and Symbols

4

3.2

Principle / Correct Intended Use

5

3.3

Organisational Procedures

5

3.4

Selection and Qualification of Personnel / Principal Responsibilities

7

3.5

Safety Instructions Governing Specific Work Phases

8

3.5.1

Normal Operation

8

3.5.2

Maintenance and Other Special Work

9

3.6

References to Particular Dangers

10

3.6.1

Electrical Energy

10

3.6.2

Gas / Dust / Steam / Smoke

10

3.6.3

Hydraulics / Pneumatics

11

3.6.4

Noise

11

3.6.5

Oil / Grease / Other Chemical Materials

11

3.7

Transport / Assembly / Commissioning of Plant Sections / Machines

12

3.7.1

Transport

12

3.7.2

Assembly

13

3.7.3

Commissioning

14

3.8

Special Instructions for Coal Grinding and Metering Equipment

16

3.8.1

General

16

3.8.2

Safety From Coal Dust Explosions

17

3.8.3

Explosion Protection

18

3.8.4

Division into Zones

18

3.8.5

Surface Temperature

19

3.8.6

Monitoring the Fine Coal Silo

19

3.8.7

Electrical Equipment

19

3.8.8

Health Hazards

20

3.8.9

The Workplace

20

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1 Preface to the Safety Instructions These Basic Safety Instructions apply to all Claudius Peters

1 Preface to the Safety Instructions

These Basic Safety Instructions apply to all Claudius Peters Technologies products, as described more precisely in individual operating instructions.

These Basic Safety Instructions will make it easier to operate the plant or machine safely, correctly and economically.

Like the relevant operating instructions for Claudius Peters Technologies plant and machines, these Basic Safety Instructions contain important information. Observing them will help to avoid risks, to minimise repair costs and downtime, and to increase the reliability and service life of the plant or machine.

These Basic Safety Instructions are to be supplemented by further instructions based on national regulations for accident prevention and for environment protection.

These Basic Safety Instructions must be permanently available at the place of operation of the plant or machine.

These Basic Safety Instructions must be read and used by every person charged with working with or on the plant or machine, e.g.:

operation

including setting-up, fault rectification during the course of work, removal of production waste, care, disposal of operating and auxiliary materials

maintenance (servicing, inspection, repair)

and/or

transport.

In addition to these Basic Safety Instructions, the following must also be observed:

the accident prevention regulations mandatory in the country of use and at the place of operation of the plant or machine

the generally recognised and applicable technical rules for safe and professional work in the country of use and at the place of operation of the plant or machine.

2

A Note on Intellectual Property and Other Protection Rights in Accordance with DIN ISO 16016

Copying this document or giving it to others, along with the use or communication of its contents, are forbidden without express authority. Offenders are liable for the payment of damages. All rights are reserved in the event of the grant of a patent or the registration of a utility model or design.

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3 Basic Safety Instructions 3.1 Warning Signs and Symbols Particularly important information is identified in

3 Basic Safety Instructions

3.1 Warning Signs and Symbols

Particularly important information is identified in the operating instructions relevant to the plant or machine as follows:

Note:

Special

information

regarding

economical

operation

of

the

plant

or

machine.

 

Attention

Special information, orders or prohibitions to prevent damage. "Attention" is printed at those locations in these Basic Safety Instructions and in the Claudius Peters Technologies operating instructions that call for particular attention in order to satisfy guidelines, regulations, instructions and working procedures, and in order to prevent damage to or destruction of the machine and/or other parts of the plant.

DANGER

INFORMATION, ORDERS OR PROHIBITIONS TO PROTECT PERSONS AND TO PROTECT AGAINST EXTENSIVE DAMAGE TO PROPERTY!

Observe these "DANGER" instructions, and behave with particular care under the relevant circumstances. Also inform other users of all safety instructions. General safety and accident prevention regulations must also be observed in addition to the instructions provided in these Basic Safety Instructions and in the Claudius Peters Technologies operating instructions.

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3.2 Principle / Correct Intended Use Equipment and machines from Claudius Peters Technolog ies are

3.2 Principle / Correct Intended Use

Equipment and machines from Claudius Peters Technologies are constructed in accordance with up-to-date good technical practice and the recognised technical rules for safety. Nevertheless, their operation may cause damage or injury to the user or third persons, or damage to the plant, machine or other property.

Only use the plant or machine when in proper technical condition, according to its intended purpose, conscious of safety and possible danger, and in accordance with the instruction manual. Functional disorders that would prejudice safety, in particular, must be removed immediately.

The plant or machine is only to be used in accordance with the "Intended Purpose" section of the relevant operating instructions. Any use differing from or exceeding the purpose of the plant or machine is considered to contravene the intended purpose. Claudius Peters Technologies will not be liable for any damage resulting from misuse of the product. The risk is borne entirely by the user.

Use in accordance with its intended purpose also includes observation of the operating instructions belonging to the plant on machine, maintenance of the inspection and servicing conditions, and the use of original spare parts.

3.3 Organisational Procedures

Keep the instruction manual and these Basic Safety Instructions permanently on hand at place of operation of the plant or machine (in the tool box or in the box provided for this purpose).

In addition to the instruction manual, observe and provide instructions covering generally applicable legal and other mandatory regulations governing accident prevention and protection of the environment.

Such responsibilities may also involve, for example, the handling of dangerous materials, the provision and wearing of personal protection equipment, or traffic regulations.

The instruction manual is to be supplemented by instructions including obligatory control, supervision and reporting relevant to features specific to the company, e.g. with respect to work organisation, work flow and personnel.

Before starting work, the personnel in charge of any activities relating to the use of the plant or machine must have read and understood the instruction manual, and in particular the chapter covering "Safety Instructions". It will be too late to do so once work has begun. This applies in particular to personnel who only occasionally work with the plant or machine, e.g. during setting-up or servicing.

It is necessary to check that personnel are working in a safety-conscious manner, aware of risks, and in observance of the operating instructions.

Personnel must not allow long hair to hang open, and must not wear loose clothing or jewellery, including rings. There is a risk of injury if such items become caught up or drawn into the machinery.

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Ensure that the working area at and ar ound the machine is clear and clean.

Ensure that the working area at and around the machine is clear and clean.

Any personal protective equipment that is required must be used, in particular when this is called for by regulations.

Safety equipment must never be dismantled or taken out of operation.

Observe and follow any safety or danger signs at the plant or machine.

All safety and danger signs at the plant or machine must be complete and maintained in a legible condition.

In the event of safety-related modifications to the plant or machine, or if the behaviour of the plant or machine in operation is changed, immediately stop the plant or machine using the main command equipment and notify the responsible body or person of the malfunction.

Changes, additions and modifications to the plant or machine must not be carried out without the approval of Claudius Peters Technologies. This also includes the fitting and adjustment of safety devices and safety valves, and to welding at supporting structures.

Spare parts must meet Claudius Peters Technologies' technical specifications. Conformity is only guaranteed in the case of original spare parts.

Do not change plant or machine programs (software) for programmable control systems without contacting the supplier.

Replace hydraulic hoses at the stated times, or at appropriate short intervals, even if no faults that could endanger safety are visible.

Keep to the timetable of recurring tests and inspections specified or indicated in the instruction manual. Regular servicing is the precondition for reliable operation of the machine or plant.

It is essential that the appropriate workshop equipment is used in order to carry out maintenance or repair work.

Make the location and method of use of fire extinguishers known. Note what facilities exist for raising a fire alarm and for fire fighting.

Hazardous areas are to be marked and guarded by a barrier. Only authorised personnel may enter such areas.

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3.4 Selection and Qualification of Personnel / Principal Responsibilities Any work on the plant or

3.4 Selection and Qualification of Personnel / Principal Responsibilities

Any work on the plant or machine must only be performed by reliable and qualified personnel. Observe the minimum legally permitted age.

Only use trained or instructed personnel. Make sure that the responsibilities of the personnel for operating, setting up, servicing and repair are clearly specified.

Make sure that only personnel who have been charged with the job carry out work at the plant or machine.

Clearly specify the responsibilities of the operator of the plant or machine, and make it possible for him to decline instructions from third parties that conflict with safety.

Personnel who are being trained, or are in the process of learning or being instructed, or who are involved in general education may only work at the plant or machine under the constant supervision of an experienced person.

Work on the plant or machine's electrical equipment must only be performed by an electrician or by instructed persons under the guidance and supervision of an electrician, in accordance with electrical engineering regulations.

Work on gas appliances (gas consumption equipment) must only be performed by specially trained personnel.

Only persons with special knowledge and experience in hydraulics and pneumatics may work on the hydraulic or pneumatic equipment.

Personnel who are operating coal grinding or coal dispensing equipment must immediately report any changes in the fine coal system that could have an effect on safety to the works management.

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3.5 Safety Instructions Go verning Specific Work Phases 3.5.1 Normal Operation Refrain from any working

3.5

Safety Instructions Governing Specific Work Phases

3.5.1

Normal Operation

Refrain from any working method that would compromise safety.

Take measures to ensure that the plant or machine is only operated only in a safe and properly functioning condition.

Only operate the plant or machine if all safety devices and safety-related equipment, e.g. removable guards, emergency stops, sound insulation or suction devices are in place and operative.

DANGER

ONLY SWITCH THE PLANT OR MACHINE ON WHEN IT HAS BEEN PROPERLY INSTALLED AND WHEN THE SAFETY EQUIPMENT HAS BEEN FITTED! OPEN INLETS, OUTLETS OR INSPECTION OPENINGS ARE EXTREMELY DANGEROUS LOCATIONS WHEN THE MACHINE IS RUNNING!

If local rules or requirements from the operator make further safety procedures necessary, these must also be implemented.

Check the plant or machine for externally detectable damage or defects at least once per shift. Notify the responsible body or person immediately of any changes (including any deviations from the operating behaviour). If necessary, stop and safeguard the plant or machine immediately.

In case of malfunction, stop and safeguard the plant or machine immediately. Have the malfunction rectified immediately.

Observe monitoring indicators and the starting and stopping procedures in accordance with the operating instructions.

The operator may only start the machine up when he has assured himself that it is in proper condition, that there is nobody in the hazardous area, and that nobody can be put at risk when the plant or machine starts.

The selector switch must be positioned to NORMAL OPERATION and must be locked.

Do not switch off or remove vacuum or ventilation equipment during operation of plant or machine.

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3.5.2 Maintenance and Other Special Work The timetable of adjustment, servicing and inspection task s

3.5.2 Maintenance and Other Special Work

The timetable of adjustment, servicing and inspection tasks specified in the operating instructions must be maintained. Observe the instructions on the exchange of parts or equipment sections. Only specialist staff may carry out this work.

Inform operating staff before starting to carry out special and maintenance work. Nominate those responsible for supervision.

In any work related to the operation, adaptation to manufacture, conversion or adjustment of the plant or machine and its safety equipment, and for maintenance work, it is necessary to observe the procedures for switching the equipment on and off in accordance with the operating instructions. Instructions must again be followed. The procedures for switching on and for switching off and to be considered equally significant during inspection, servicing, maintenance or repair.

Inasmuch as it may be necessary, secure plenty of room around the area where maintenance work will take place.

If the plant or machine is completely switched off during maintenance and repair work, it must be safeguarded against unexpectedly being switched on:

lock the main command equipment and withdraw the keys

and/or

affix a warning sign at the main switch.

During replacement, individual parts and large and/or heavy structural components must be carefully attached to lifting appliances and secured in order to avoid any danger. Only use appropriate and technically appropriate lifting equipment or lifting appliances with sufficient carrying capacity. Do not enter or work in the area underneath a suspended load.

Only charge skilled personnel with suspending loads and instructing crane operators. The instructor must keep within view of the operator or be in voice contact with him.

For any assembly work that cannot be reached from ground level, use stairs or working platforms that have been provided for the purpose or are otherwise appropriately safe. Do not use parts of the machine to climb on. Wear safety devices to prevent falling when carrying out maintenance work at greater heights.

Keep all handles, steps, side rails, platforms, stages and ladders free from dirt and from snow and ice.

Clean oil, fuel or maintenance agents off the plant or machine, in particular off cable connections and screwed joints, prior to carrying out maintenance or repair work. Do not use aggressive cleaning agents. Use lint-free cleaning rags.

Before cleaning the plant or machine with water, steam jet (high-pressure cleaners) or other cleansers, cover or glue up all openings into which, for reasons of either safety or function, water, steam or cleanser must not penetrate. Electric motors and control cabinets are at particular risk.

When cleaning the machine cabin, make sure that temperature sensors in the fire detection and extinguishing appliance do not come into contact with the hot cleanser. Otherwise the fire extinguisher might be activated.

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Completely remove covers and glue after cleaning. After cleaning, check all fuel, motor oil or

Completely remove covers and glue after cleaning.

After cleaning, check all fuel, motor oil or hydraulic oil hoses for leaks, loose joints, chafing or other damage. Repair any faults discovered immediately.

After maintenance or repair work, always firmly tighten screwed joints that have been undone.

Should setup, servicing or repair make it necessary for safety appliances to be dismantled, the re-assembly and checking of these safety appliances must follow as soon as the servicing and repair work has been completed.

Make sure that operating materials, auxiliary materials and spare parts are disposed of safely and in an environmentally friendly manner.

3.6

References to Particular Dangers

3.6.1

Electrical Energy

Only use original safety fuses with specified current rating. In case of malfunctions in the electrical energy supply, switch off the plant or machine immediately.

Any work on the electrical plant, machines or operating material must only be performed by an electrical specialist or under the guidance and supervision of an electrical specialist in accordance with the electrical engineering regulations.

Plant or machine parts on which inspection, maintenance and repair is being performed, must, if so specified, be disconnected from the electrical power. First check that the isolated parts are not live, then connect to earth and attach circuit shorts, as well as isolating neighbouring live parts.

The electrical equipment of a plant or machine must be inspected and checked at regular intervals. Defects such as loose connections or scorched cables must be repaired immediately.

If work on live parts does become necessary, call in a second person who can actuate the emergency or main switch in case of emergency. Block off the working area with a red and white safety chain and a danger sign. Only use electrically isolated tools.

When carrying out work on high voltage assemblies, connect the supply cable to ground after isolation from the supply, and short circuit components such as capacitors using an earthing rod.

3.6.2 Gas / Dust / Steam / Smoke

Only perform welding, torch or grinding work on the plant or machine if this has been explicitly approved. A risk of fire or explosion can arise.

Before welding, burning or grinding, clean dust and combustible materials from the plant or machine and its surroundings, and provide sufficient ventilation (explosion hazard).

When working in small and narrow spaces, observe any national regulations that may apply.

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3.6.3 Hydraulics / Pneumatics Only persons with special knowledge and experien ce in hydraulics and

3.6.3 Hydraulics / Pneumatics

Only persons with special knowledge and experience in hydraulics and pneumatics may work on the hydraulic or pneumatic equipment.

Check all conduits, hoses and screwed joints for leaks and externally visible defects at regular intervals. Repair defects immediately. Spurting oil may cause injuries and fire.

Depressurise any parts of the system and pressure pipes (hydraulic, compressed air) that will have to be opened, in accordance with the description of the relevant assemblies, before starting any repair work.

Lay and assemble hydraulic and compressed-air piping in a proper manner. Do not mix up connections. Fittings and the length and quality of the hose pipes must satisfy the relevant requirements.

A check must be made to see that all relevant blocking units are appropriately switched or secured before switching on or starting up individual parts of the plant (components). Safety valves must be fitted at the prescribed positions.

Under no circumstances must safety equipment be prevented from operating.

Non-return valves are to be checked for correct assembly (flow direction).

3.6.4 Noise

Sound insulation appliances at the plant or machine must be in their protective position during operation.

Wear prescribed ear muffs.

3.6.5 Oil / Grease / Other Chemical Materials

When using oil, grease and other chemical materials, observe the safety regulations relevant to each product.

Be careful when using hot process materials (burning or scalding hazard).

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3.7 Transport / Assembly / Commissioning of Plant Sections / Machines 3.7.1 Transport DANGER DO

3.7

Transport / Assembly / Commissioning of Plant Sections / Machines

3.7.1

Transport

DANGER

DO NOT ENTER OR WORK IN THE AREA UNDERNEATH A SUSPENDED LOAD!

Attention

During transport it is important to ensure that components reach the assembly location without having been twisted or deformed through the use of unsuitable carrying devices or attachment methods.

Only use transport vehicles, lifting gear and load supporting equipment that is in proper technical condition and has sufficient loading capacity for loading and unloading work.

Secure the load reliably. Use appropriate attachment points.

Nominate an experienced instructor for the lifting work.

Only charge experienced personnel with suspending loads and instructing crane operators. The instructor must keep within view of the operator or be in voice contact with him.

Closed boxes should be kept closed for as long as possible, and should be transported as close as possible to the fitting location.

Only lift plant components or machines using professional lifting equipment in accordance with the instruction manual (attachment points for load suspension devices, etc.).

Secure plant components or machines against unintentional changes in position, using recommended or supplied equipment, prior to or immediately after completing the loading work. Affix relevant warning signs.

Even if a change in its position is very small, isolate the plant component or machine from every external source of energy. Before commencing operation again, reconnect the plant component or machine properly to the mains.

Before starting operation again, carefully dismantle any items that have been attached for transport purposes. Before restarting operation, carefully remount any items that have been detached for transport purposes.

Carefully remove any auxiliary equipment before starting operation again.

Proceed only in accordance with the instruction manual to restart operation.

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3.7.2 Assembly Any time that plant or machine parts are transported, raised or lowered, the

3.7.2

Assembly

Any time that plant or machine parts are transported, raised or lowered, the work must only be done whilst observing the basic safety instructions in accordance with Section 3.7.1.

During fitting, individual parts and large and/or heavy structural components must be carefully attached to lifting appliances and secured in order to avoid any danger. Only use appropriate and technically correct lifting equipment or lifting appliances with sufficient carrying capacity. Do not enter or work in the area underneath a suspended load.

Refrain from any working method that would compromise safety.

Hazardous areas are to be marked and guarded by a barrier. Only authorised personnel may enter such areas.

Under no circumstances must safety equipment be prevented from operating.

If local rules or requirements from the operator make further safety procedures necessary, these must also be installed.

Observe any applicable national regulations, particularly when working in restricted spaces.

For any assembly work that cannot be reached from ground level, use stairs or working platforms that have been provided for the purpose or are otherwise required for safety. Do not use parts of the machine to climb on. Wear safety devices to prevent falling when carrying out assembly work at greater heights.

Keep all handles, steps, side rails, platforms, stages and ladders free from dirt and from snow and ice.

Before welding, burning or grinding, clean dust and combustible materials from the plant or machine and its surroundings, and provide sufficient ventilation (explosion hazard).

Make the location and method of use of fire extinguishers known. Note what facilities exist for raising a fire alarm and for fire fighting.

Only persons with special knowledge and experience in hydraulics and pneumatics may work on the hydraulic or pneumatic equipment.

Lay and assemble hydraulic and compressed-air piping in a proper manner. Do not mix up connections. Fittings and the length and quality of the hose pipes must satisfy the relevant requirements.

Non-return valves are to be checked for correct assembly (flow direction).

Spurting oil may cause injuries and fire.

When using oil, grease and other chemical materials, observe the safety regulations relevant to each product.

Work at gas engineering appliances (gas consumption equipment) must only be performed by specially trained personnel.

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Any work on the electrical plant, machines or operating material must only be performed by

Any work on the electrical plant, machines or operating material must only be performed by an electrical specialist or under the guidance and supervision of an electrical specialist in accordance with the electrical engineering regulations.

Only use original safety fuses with specified current rating.

Clean oil, fuel or other maintenance materials from connections and screwed joints. Do not use aggressive cleaning agents. Use lint-free cleaning rags.

Before cleaning the plant or machine with water, steam jet (high-pressure cleaners) or other cleansers, cover or glue up all openings into which, for reasons of either safety or function, water, steam or cleanser must not penetrate. Electric motors and control cabinets are at particular risk.

Be careful when using hot process materials (burning or scalding hazard).

A check must be made to see that all relevant blocking units are appropriately switched or secured before

switching on or starting up individual parts of the plant (components). Safety valves must be fitted at the prescribed positions.

3.7.3

Commissioning

Commissioning should be carried out under the leadership of a commissioning engineer from Claudius Peters Technologies.

Refrain from any working method that would compromise safety.

Before commissioning, the manufacturer's operating manuals for all the drive units and the data on the type plates must be observed.

Hazardous areas are to be marked and guarded by a barrier. Only authorised personnel may enter such areas.

Under no circumstances must safety equipment be prevented from operating.

Safety equipment must never be dismantled or taken out of operation.

Observe and follow any safety or danger signs at the plant or machine.

If local rules or requirements from the operator make further safety procedures necessary, these must also be taken into account and implemented.

Observe any applicable national regulations, particularly when working in restricted spaces.

In addition to the instruction manual, observe generally applicable legal and other mandatory regulations governing accident prevention and protection of the environment.

Before starting work, the personnel in charge of commissioning the plant or machine must have read and understood the instruction manual, and in particular the chapter covering "Safety Instructions". It will be too late to do so once work has begun.

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For any work that cannot be reached from ground leve l, use stairs or working

For any work that cannot be reached from ground level, use stairs or working platforms that have been provided for the purpose or are otherwise required for safety. Do not use parts of the machine to climb on. Wear safety devices to prevent falling when working at greater heights.

Keep all handles, steps, side rails, platforms, stages and ladders free from dirt and from snow and ice.

Make the location and method of use of fire extinguishers known. Note what facilities exist for raising a fire alarm and for fire fighting.

Any personal protective equipment that is required must be used, in particular when this is called for by regulations.

Only commence operation of the plant or machine if all safety devices and safety-related equipment, e.g. removable guards, emergency stops, sound insulation or suction devices are in place, operative and linked into the control system.

Observe monitoring indicators and the starting and stopping procedures in accordance with the operating instructions.

The operator may only start the machine up when he has convinced himself that it is in proper condition, that there is nobody in the hazardous area, and that nobody can be put at risk when the plant or machine starts.

DANGER

ONLY SWITCH THE PLANT OR MACHINE ON WHEN IT HAS BEEN PROPERLY INSTALLED AND WHEN THE SAFETY EQUIPMENT HAS BEEN FITTED! OPEN INLETS, OUTLETS OR INSPECTION OPENINGS ARE EXTREMELY DANGEROUS LOCATIONS WHEN THE MACHINE IS RUNNING!

If the plant or machine is completely switched off during commissioning, it must be safeguarded against being switched on again unexpectedly:

lock the main command equipment and withdraw the keys

and/or

affix a warning sign at the main switch.

Always properly tighten screwed joints that have been loosened during commissioning work.

If it is necessary to dismantle safety equipment in the course of the commissioning work, then refitting and inspection of the safety equipment must be carried out immediately this work has been completed.

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Spare parts must meet Claudius Peters Technologi es' technical specifications. Conformity is only guaranteed in

Spare parts must meet Claudius Peters Technologies' technical specifications. Conformity is only guaranteed in the case of original spare parts.

Make sure that operating materials, auxiliary materials and spare parts are disposed of safely and in an environmentally friendly manner.

Only persons with special knowledge and experience in hydraulics and pneumatics may work on the hydraulic or pneumatic equipment.

Spurting oil may cause injuries and fire.

When using oil, grease and other chemical materials, observe the safety regulations relevant to each product.

Work at gas engineering appliances (gas consumption equipment) must only be performed by specially trained personnel.

Any work on the electrical plant, machines or operating material must only be performed by an electrical specialist or under the guidance and supervision of an electrical specialist in accordance with the electrical engineering regulations.

Only use original safety fuses with specified current rating.

Be careful when using hot process materials (burning or scalding hazard).

A check must be made to see that all relevant blocking units are appropriately switched or secured before switching on or starting up individual parts of the plant (components). Safety valves must be fitted at the prescribed positions.

3.8

Special Instructions for Coal Grinding and Metering Equipment

3.8.1

General

Coal dust that is stirred up into the air presents a risk of fire and explosion. Coal dust should never therefore be agitated.

Fires in coal dust stored in bunkers or heaps must not be fought with a water jet, but only using a suitable extinguishing procedure. Appropriate involvement of the responsible fire service is necessary.

Even small quantities of accumulated coal dust tend to ignite spontaneously; such dust must be removed with an appropriate vacuum cleaner.

Some types of coal release gases that are intoxicating and that present a risk of explosion.

Never open manholes or explosion flaps in the grinding and bunkering equipment during operation, because the entry of air into the partially pressurised system can create an explosively hazardous mixture of dust and air. For the same reasons, any leaks that might arise in containers or pipelines must be rectified immediately.

Never enter bunkers full of coal dust; only enter bunkers that have been emptied after obtaining approval from the works management, after sufficient ventilation, and in the presence of a second person. Persons who enter must be attached to ropes, and oxygen equipment must be kept ready.

And any kind of work (such as welding!) on pipes that carry coal dust is only permitted when the equipment is switched off, after thorough cleaning, and whilst taking strict safety precautions. Approval must be obtained from the works management.

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3.8.2 Safety From Coal Dust Explosions Dust is created industrially through grinding procedures (flour, sugar,

3.8.2 Safety From Coal Dust Explosions

Dust is created industrially through grinding procedures (flour, sugar, paint, plastic or coal), or may arise as a waste product (abrasion, grinding). If the material is combustible, i.e. if it reacts exothermically with oxygen, the powder product is referred to as "combustible dust".

Combustible dust has a tendency to ignite spontaneously when heated. Particular safety regulations must be observed in order to avoid explosion or fire.

The following points in particular must be taken account when designing transport equipment for coal or coal dust, coal grinding equipment, or storage silos for coal dust:

SR Coal Dust (SR-Kohlestaub) TRD 413 VDI 2263, 3676 VDE 0165 AD Instruction Leaflets (AD-Merkblätter)

The circumstances that make a dust explosion likely are present when the three following conditions are simultaneously present:

1. combustible dust that is sufficiently fine

2. a source of ignition with sufficient energy

3. an oxygen concentration above the critical limit.

A dust explosion cannot occur if even one of these preconditions is absent.

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3.8.3 Explosion Protection A distinction is made between primary and secondary explosion protection. Secondary explosion

3.8.3 Explosion Protection

A distinction is made between primary and secondary explosion protection.

Secondary explosion protection permits and explosion to occur. What is done, in this case, is that the effects of the explosion are prevented from presenting a danger to the life or health of persons. Secondary explosion protection can be achieved through appropriate construction (a method of construction, for instance, that is resistant to blast) or through explosion suppression.

Primary explosion protection implies that the occurrence of an explosion is prevented. An explosion can be reliably prevented if any one of the three following conditions is absent:

A. combustible dust that is sufficiently fine

B. a source of ignition with sufficient energy

C. an oxygen concentration above the critical limit.

A. Combustible dust that is sufficiently fine is generally present within the parts of the metering equipment. Condition A is therefore always present.

B. To a large extent, sources of ignition with sufficient energy can be avoided by taking specific measures (see the electrical engineering documentation). It is not, however, possible to avoid some residual risk. Care must be taken to see that all pipes that carry coal dust are always grounded, so that electrostatic discharges are avoided, and that any insulation locations are bridged by an earth strap.

C. An inert atmosphere is maintained in all parts of the equipment in which coal dust is transported or stored under all operating conditions. The oxygen concentration is maintained below the critical limit. This reliably prevents a coal dust explosion.

If the equipment is operated and maintained in accordance with regulations using the available techniques, the occurrence of a coal dust explosion can be ruled out as far as it is humanly possible to judge.

3.8.4 Division into Zones

In order to estimate the extent of the measures that need to be taken, areas at risk of explosion are divided into zones [see ATEX 118 (137)].

For combustible dusts, these are:

Zone 20

A place in which an explosive atmosphere in the form of a cloud of combustible dust in air is present continuously, or for long periods or frequently.

Zone 21

A place in which an explosive atmosphere in the form of a cloud of combustible dust in air is likely to occur in normal operation occasionally.

Zone 22

A place in which an explosive atmosphere in the form of a cloud of combustible dust in air is not likely to occur in normal operation but, if it does occur, will persist for a short period only.

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3.8.5 Surface Temperature The maximum permissible surface temperature of pl ant components is specified according

3.8.5 Surface Temperature

The maximum permissible surface temperature of plant components is specified according to the

smouldering temperature of the accumulated coal dust, T GI

or the

ignition temperature of the coal dust, T Z

For stored coal dust, the max. permissible surface temperature is (T GI – 75)°C.

For hard coal dust, the lowest smouldering temperature of a layer of dust 5 mm thick is: T GI,min = 245 °C.

The permissible surface temperature for a layer of dust 5 mm thick is therefore 170 °C. If the layer of dust is thicker, the permissible surface temperature must be further reduced.

For dust that has been stirred up, the max. permissible surface temperature is: 2/3 of the ignition temperature T Z .

For hard coal dust, the lowest ignition temperature is given by T Z,min = 550 °C.

This means that the permissible surface temperature for hard coal dust that has been stirred up is 367 °C.

3.8.6 Monitoring the Fine Coal Silo

Monitoring the internal atmosphere inside the coal dust silo through continuous measurement of the oxygen concentration.

Monitoring for the development of smouldering within the coal dust silo through continuous measurement of the CO concentration.

Monitoring the temperature in the upper part of the coal dust silo through continuous temperature measurement.

Supplementary injection of CO 2 into the coal dust silo if a specified limit for the CO concentration within the silo is exceeded.

3.8.7 Electrical Equipment

Implemented to meet protection class IP 65

Within parts of the plant that carry coal dust the implementation is protected against explosion.

Surface temperatures of drives less than 120°C.

All parts of the plant that carry coal dust are earthed.

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3.8.8 Health Hazards Incorrect operation, servicing, assemb ly or conversion of the coal gri nding

3.8.8 Health Hazards

Incorrect operation, servicing, assembly or conversion of the coal grinding and metering equipment can give rise to the following hazards to personnel:

Burns through heat radiation, through touching a hot surfaces, or through the emergence of hot materials

Hearing loss through medium to high noise emission

Risk of fire or explosion through the emergence of coal dust, gas or oil

Electrical hazards through shorts to ground, short circuits or capacitative discharge

A risk of slipping, stumbling or falling presented by pools of oil, dust or coal, or through inadequate lighting

Breathing in gases or coal dust released through faulty seals

Risks of being crushed or struck by parts of the machine, or resulting from missing protective equipment or warnings

3.8.9 The Workplace

Throughout the entire coal grinding and metering area, work places, in the sense of workplace guidelines, are the particularly identified, closed rooms such as control and operating rooms as well as other offices and workshops that are not classified as being under the immediate influence of the coal grinding and metering equipment, and which therefore must be protected from noise and dust.

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691611D - Ventomatic-IHI-Vietnam – Storage silo

691611D - Ventomatic-IHI-Vietnam – Storage silo

2. Spare Parts Keeping

The storage of the most important spare and wear parts at the site of installation is an important prerequisite for the continuous function and readiness of your installation, and, of course, also for the Claudius Peters aggregates. Only the original spare parts delivered by us are subject to :

commitment of guarantee

material and quality control

further development

an availability of more than 10 to 20 years

DIN ISO 9001

We would like to point out that obligations cannot be claimed for spare parts and accessories, which have not been delivered by us, as described before. The installation and/or the use of not original spare parts may have a negative influence on structural characteristics of the aggregate and/or the installation and can therefore considerably impair the active and/or passive safety of your installation. Claudius Peters does not take over any liability or guarantee for damages caused by the use of spare parts and accessories which are not original. Please note that we often have special manufacturing specifications for our products, and that we always offer you spare parts, which are in accordance with the latest technological developments and the latest legal regulations. For spare parts orders please indicate the following data for the correct identification of the parts:

designation of the aggregate and type

order-confirmation number of Claudius Peters

spare parts drawing

We will try our utmost to satisfy your spare parts requirements as soon as possible!

satisfy your sp are parts requirements as soon as possible! Claudius Peters (Italiana) srl Via Verdi,

Claudius Peters (Italiana) srl Via Verdi, 2 24121 Bergamo Italy

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+39 035 237 196

Fax:

+39 035 237 785

italiana@claudiuspeters.com

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691611D - PARTLIST Disegno assieme: 691611D Peso Netto Kg : 25474,23

Liv

Pos

Boq Codice

Descrizione

Qta

Normativa

Fornitura

Disegno assieme

Peso netto kg

.1

10

 

670100DCP

OPEN AEROSLIDE L=1606

4

 

LM

670100DCP,

102,36

670101DCP

2

10

X

670101DCP

AEROSLIDE CASING L=1606

1

LM

22,09

2

80

HEXAGON NUT

46

VS00034 - M8 VS00031 -

M8x20

LM

0,24

2

90

HEXAGON HEAD SCREW CL.8.8

32

LM

0,38

2

100

670001DCP

SPECIAL SCREW

14

VTM

0,21

2

110

670002DCP

AERATION FABRIC 260MM L=1606

1

VTM

1,60

2

130

670003DCP

BARREL NIPPLE 1" L=40

1

LM

0,18

2

150

X

670004DCP

AEROSLIDE FASTENING

2

LM

0,62

 

VS00031 -

2

160

HEXAGON HEAD SCREW CL.8.8

2

M10x16

LM

0,04

.1

20

 

670102DCP

OPEN AEROSLIDE L=1656

4

 

LM

670100DCP,

107,04

670101DCP

2

10

X

670103DCP

AEROSLIDE CASING L=1656

1

LM

23,16

2

80

HEXAGON NUT

48

VS00034 - M8 VS00031 -

M8x20

LM

0,25

2

90

HEXAGON HEAD SCREW CL.8.8

34

LM

0,41

2

100

670001DCP

SPECIAL SCREW

14

VTM

0,21

2

110

670002DCP

AERATION FABRIC 260MM L=1656

1

VTM

1,66

2

130

670003DCP

BARREL NIPPLE 1" L=40

1

LM

0,18

2

150

X

670004DCP

AEROSLIDE FASTENING

2

LM

0,62

 

VS00031 -

2

160

HEXAGON HEAD SCREW CL.8.8

2

M10x16

LM

0,04

.1

30

 

670104DCP

OPEN AEROSLIDE L=1456

4

 

LM

670100DCP,

95,76

670101DCP

2

10

X

670105DCP

AEROSLIDE CASING L=1456

1

LM

20,62

2

80

HEXAGON NUT

44

VS00034 - M8 VS00031 -

M8x20

LM

0,23

2

90

HEXAGON HEAD SCREW CL.8.8

30

LM

0,36

2

100

670001DCP

SPECIAL SCREW

14

VTM

0,21

2

110

670002DCP

AERATION FABRIC 260MM L=1456

1

VTM

1,46

2

130

670003DCP

BARREL NIPPLE 1" L=40

1

LM

0,18

2

150

X

670004DCP

AEROSLIDE FASTENING

2

LM

0,62

 

VS00031 -

2

160

HEXAGON HEAD SCREW CL.8.8

2

M10x16

LM

0,04

.1

40

 

670106DCP

OPEN AEROSLIDE L=1256

4

 

LM

670100DCP,

84,44

670101DCP

2

10

X

670107DCP

AEROSLIDE CASING L=1256

1

LM

18,07

2

80

HEXAGON NUT

40

VS00034 - M8 VS00031 -

M8x20

LM

0,21

2

90

HEXAGON HEAD SCREW CL.8.8

26

LM

0,31

2

100

670001DCP

SPECIAL SCREW

14

VTM

0,21

2

110

670002DCP

AERATION FABRIC 260MM L=1256

1

VTM

1,26

2

130

670003DCP

BARREL NIPPLE 1" L=40

1

LM

0,18

2

150

X

670004DCP

AEROSLIDE FASTENING

2

LM

0,62

 

VS00031 -

2

160

HEXAGON HEAD SCREW CL.8.8

2

M10x16

LM

0,04

.1

50

 

670108DCP

OPEN AEROSLIDE L=1106

2

 

LM

670100DCP,

37,48

670101DCP

2

10

X

670109DCP

AEROSLIDE CASING L=1106

1

LM

15,94

2

80

HEXAGON NUT

36

VS00034 - M8 VS00031 -

M8x20

LM

0,19

2

90

HEXAGON HEAD SCREW CL.8.8

22

LM

0,26

2

100

670001DCP

SPECIAL SCREW

14

VTM

0,21

2

110

670002DCP

AERATION FABRIC 260MM L=1106

1

VTM

1,10

2

130

670003DCP

BARREL NIPPLE 1" L=40

1

LM

0,18

2

150

X

670004DCP

AEROSLIDE FASTENING

2

LM

0,62

Pagina 2 di 12

VS00031 -

 

2

160

HEXAGON HEAD SCREW CL.8.8

2

M10x16

LM

0,04

.1

 

60

 

670110DCP

OPEN AEROSLIDE L=1106

2

 

LM

670100DCP,

37,84

670101DCP

 

2

10

X

670109DCP

AEROSLIDE CASING L=1106

1

LM

15,94

2

80

HEXAGON NUT

36

VS00034 - M8 VS00031 -

M8x20

LM

0,19

2

90

HEXAGON HEAD SCREW CL.8.8

22

LM

0,26

2

100

670001DCP

SPECIAL SCREW

14

VTM

0,21

2

110

670002DCP

AERATION FABRIC 260MM L=1106

1

VTM

1,10

2

130

670003DCP

BARREL NIPPLE 1" L=40

2

LM

0,36

2

150

X

670004DCP

AEROSLIDE FASTENING

2

LM

0,62

 

VS00031 -

 

2

160

HEXAGON HEAD SCREW CL.8.8

2

M10x16

LM

0,04

.1

 

70

 

670112DCP

OPEN AEROSLIDE L=756

2

 

LM

670100DCP,

27,34

670101DCP

 

2

10

X

670111DCP

AEROSLIDE CASING L=756

1

LM

11,33

2

80

HEXAGON NUT

30

VS00034 - M8 VS00031 -

M8x20

LM

0,16

2

90

HEXAGON HEAD SCREW CL.8.8

16

LM

0,19

2

100

670001DCP

SPECIAL SCREW

14

VTM

0,21

2

110

670002DCP

AERATION FABRIC 260MM L=756

1

VTM

0,76

2

130

670003DCP

BARREL NIPPLE 1" L=40

1

LM

0,18

2

150

X

670004DCP

AEROSLIDE FASTENING

2

LM

0,62

 

VS00031 -

 

2

160

HEXAGON HEAD SCREW CL.8.8

2

M10x16

LM

0,04

.1

 

80

 

670114DCP

OPEN AEROSLIDE L=756

2

 

LM

670100DCP,

27,34

670101DCP

 

2

10

X

670111DCP

AEROSLIDE CASING L=756

1

LM

11,33

2

80

HEXAGON NUT

30

VS00034 - M8 VS00031 -

M8x20

LM

0,16

2

90

HEXAGON HEAD SCREW CL.8.8

16

LM

0,19

2

100

670001DCP

SPECIAL SCREW

14

VTM

0,21

2

110

670002DCP

AERATION FABRIC 260MM L=756

1

VTM

0,76

2

130

670003DCP

BARREL NIPPLE 1" L=40

1

LM

0,18

2

150

X

670004DCP

AEROSLIDE FASTENING

2

LM

0,62

 

VS00031 -

 

2

160

HEXAGON HEAD SCREW CL.8.8

2

M10x16

LM

0,04

.1

 

90

 

670116DCP

OPEN AEROSLIDE L=1456

2

 

LM

670100DCP,

47,88

670101DCP

 

2

10

X

670105DCP

AEROSLIDE CASING L=1456

1

LM

20,62

2

80

HEXAGON NUT

44

VS00034 - M8 VS00031 -

M8x20

LM

0,23

2

90

HEXAGON HEAD SCREW CL.8.8

30

LM

0,36

2

100

670001DCP

SPECIAL SCREW

14

VTM

0,21

2

110

670002DCP

AERATION FABRIC 260MM L=1456

1

VTM

1,46

2

130

670003DCP

BARREL NIPPLE 1" L=40

1

LM

0,18

2

150

X

670004DCP

AEROSLIDE FASTENING

2

LM

0,62

 

VS00031 -

 

2

160

HEXAGON HEAD SCREW CL.8.8

2

M10x16

LM

0,04

.1

 

100

 

670118DCP

OPEN AEROSLIDE L=1456

2

 

LM

670100DCP,

47,88

670101DCP

 

2

10

X

670105DCP

AEROSLIDE CASING L=1456

1

LM

20,62

2

80

HEXAGON NUT

44

VS00034 - M8 VS00031 -

M8x20

LM

0,23

2

90

HEXAGON HEAD SCREW CL.8.8

30

LM

0,36

2

100

670001DCP

SPECIAL SCREW

14

VTM

0,21

2

110

670002DCP

AERATION FABRIC 260MM L=1456

1

VTM

1,46

2

130

670003DCP

BARREL NIPPLE 1" L=40

1

LM

0,18

2

150

X

670004DCP

AEROSLIDE FASTENING

2

LM

0,62

 

VS00031 -

 

2

160

HEXAGON HEAD SCREW CL.8.8

2

M10x16

LM

0,04

.1

 

110

 

670120DCP

OPEN AEROSLIDE L=1956 H=35MM

2

 

LM

670102DCP,

48,54

670101DCP

 

2

10

X

670121DCP AEROSLIDE CASING L=1956

H=35MM

1

LM

20,33

Pagina 3 di 12

 

2

80

HEXAGON NUT

54

VS00034 - M8 VS00031 -

M8x20

LM

0,29

2

90

HEXAGON HEAD SCREW CL.8.8

40

LM

0,48

2

100

670001DCP

SPECIAL SCREW

14

VTM

0,21

2

110

670002DCP

AERATION FABRIC 260MM L=1956

1

VTM

1,96

2

140

X

670011DCP

AIR CONNECTION SOCKET 1"

1

LM

0,22

2

155

X

670010DCP

AEROSLIDE FASTENING

2

LM

0,50

 

VS00031 -

 

2

160

HEXAGON HEAD SCREW CL.8.8

2

M10x16

LM

0,04

.1

120

670005DCP UNION ELBOW 1"

24

LM

12,00

.1

130

670006DCP BARREL NIPPLE 1" L=300

28

LM

20,44

.1

140

670009DCP PIPING 1" - DIAM.34X3,2 L=5500

1

LM

10,94

.1

145

670008DCP UNION 1"

8

LM

2,80

.1

150

670007DCP BARREL NIPPLE 1" L=170

2

LM

0,88

.1

160

X

670160DCP PIPE PART 1 DN65

2

LM

38,44

.1

170

X

670170DCP PIPE PART 2 DN65

2

LM

32,74

.1

200

670200DCP

SILO BOTTOM DIAM.4500

1

LM

670200DCP

8889,65

 

2

10

X

670201DCP

SILO BOTTOM CASING DIAM.4500

1

LM

8887,24

2

30

670202DCP SEALING CORD ROUND 8MM

L=5000

1

LM

0,25

 

VS00031 -

 

2

40

HEXAGON HEAD SCREW CL.8.8

36

M12x45

LM

1,84

2

50

HEXAGON NUT

36

VS00034 - M12

LM

0,51

 

670300DCP,

670302DCP,

.1

 

300

 

670300DCP

SILO DIAM.6000

1

 

LM

670303DCP,

14463,72

670304DCP,

 

670305DCP,

670306DCP

 

2

110

X

670311DCP

SILO AND SILO HOPPER

1

LM

12244,03

2

200

670320DCP

LOAD CELL WITH FIXING BOLTS

1

LM

20,00

2

210

X

670321DCP

BEARINGS' LOWER PLATE

2

LM

56,66

2

220

X

670322DCP

BEARINGS' LOWER PLATE

1

LM

26,41

2

230

X

670323DCP

BEARINGS' UPPER PLATE

2

LM

43,74

2

240

X

670324DCP

BEARINGS' UPPER PLATE HEXAGON HEAD SCREW CL.8.8

M24X45

1

LM

21,87

2

250

670325DCP

12

LM

3,24

 

HEXAGON HEAD SCREW CL.8.8

 

2

260

670326DCP

M24X80

12

LM

5,04

2

261

HEXAGON NUT

12

VS00034 - M24 VS00039 -

D8x80

LM

1,44

2

270

SPLIT PIN

6

LM

0,19

2

280

X

670328DCP PLATE

1

LM

11,04

2

290

X

670329DCP PLATE

3

LM

90,18

2

310

X

670331DCP

SILO ROOF BEAM

1

LM

157,92

2

320

X

670332DCP

SILO ROOF BEAM

2

LM

313,82

2

330

X

670333DCP

SILO ROOF BEAM

2

LM

181,50

 

VS00031 -

 

2

340

HEXAGON HEAD SCREW CL.8.8

24

M12x45

LM

1,22

2

341

HEXAGON NUT

24

VS00034 - M12 VS00031 -

M16x50

LM

0,34

2

350

HEXAGON HEAD SCREW CL.8.8

4

LM

0,41

2

351

HEXAGON NUT

4

VS00034 - M16

LM

0,15

2

410

X

670341DCP

SILO ROOF FLOORPLATE

1

LM

272,70

 

VS00039 -

 

2

411

SPLIT PIN

2

D3,2x28

LM

0,00

2

420

X

670342DCP

SILO ROOF FLOORPLATE

1

LM

253,81

2

430

X

670343DCP

SILO ROOF FLOORPLATE

1

LM

253,81

2

440

X

670344DCP

SILO ROOF FLOORPLATE

1

LM

106,76

2

450

X

670345DCP

SILO ROOF FLOORPLATE

1

LM

106,76

2

460

X

670346DCP

SILO ROOF FLOORPLATE

1

LM

290,81

.1

400

670400DCP BLOWER 10M3/MIN-500MBAR-15KW

1

VTM

700,00

Pagina 4 di 12

.1

401

670401DCP ROTATION SENSOR

1

LM

0,50

.1

510

670501DCP EL.-PNEUM. SHUT-OFF FLAP DN80

2

VTM

11,40

.1

520

670500DCP SHUT-OFF FLAP WITH HAND LEVER