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Horizontal Ceiling Suspended /

Floor Mounted Vertical


Water Cooled Packaged Unit

Product
Guide

CSU Series : 0.57 TR to 17.14 TR.


FMV Series : 7 TR to 50 TR.

CSU

FMV

Factory Charged R407a.


Plug & Play.
Low Maintenance.
Compact & Sealed.
High COP.
Self Diagnostic Thermostat/Central Controller/BMS Compatible.
Microprocessor Controlled.
1 years Standard Warranty.
Ask for matching CUBE Cooling Tower & Plate Heat Exchanger.

Contents
Nomenclature
Features
Specifications
Operating Limits
Maintenance
Troubleshooting
Installation
Duct & Attenuation
Piping Work
System Cleaning & Flushing
Start-up

Note: Installation and maintenance are to be performed only by qualified personnel


who are familiar with local codes and regulations, and experienced with this type of
equipment.
This is a standard publication. Refer computer selection sheets specific to your
project for comprehensive details.

Warning: Moving machinery and electrical power hazard. May cause severe personal injury or
death. Disconnect and lock off power before servicing equipment.
Caution: Sharp edges and coil surfaces are a potential injury hazard. Avoid contact with them.

Nomenclature

CSU 08

H 410 03

A
Asia
Thermostat ( W: Wired / I : Infrared Wireless)
Power supply:
S: 220V~/50Hz T: 380V/3N~/50Hz
Water pipe connection direction
R: right piping as standard
L: left piping available on request
External static pressure
03:30Pa, 05:50Pa, 10:100Pa
Refrigerant
Heating
Cooling
Capacity ( /10=TR)
Orientation :
CSU Ceiling Suspended Unit.
FMV Floor Mounted Vertical.

Features
The main features are:
1) No Outdoor Unit : The evaporator & condenser is assembled in a single compact casing. Thus, it eliminates
additional work to install a separate outdoor unit. Also this results in smaller closed loop refrigerant circuit with
highly efficient heat transfers, low probability of refrigerant leakages as no on site refrigerant related work is
done and low energy consumption.
2) Compact & Low Height Profile: CSU series is a packaged unit consisting of compressor, coil, tube in tube
heat exchanger, expansion device and forward curved centrifugal fan. All units are designed with low height
profile.
3) Double Isolation Panel: Double layer of innovative base pan design effectively reduce the compressors
vibration.
4) Pre charged Refrigerant: All CSU & FMV models come with factory pre charged R407a refrigerant.
5) Low Maintenance : All units are factory sealed and ready to plug & play. With no on site refrigerant piping
Network, the maintenance is limited to the Cooling Towers, the Water Quality and regular filter cleaning of the
indoor units.
The Average maintenance cost and skilled labour requirement vis a vis chiller system or VRV is very low in
these systems.,
6) LCD Wired Controller as Standard: All models come with a LCD wired handset.
7) Safety Protection:
- High pressure switch
- Low pressure switch
- Compressor overload protection
- Fan motor overload protection
- Water temperature protection
8) Accessories: Spring Isolator kit, & High Pressure Hose Pipes are offered as an option. PHE is offered as a
optional system component

Specifications

Noise Level

kgs

dbA

3/4

1050

530

400

56

37

220V/1P/50HZ

2.4

3/4

1050

530

400

60

38

220V/1P/50HZ

3.2

3/4

1160

530

400

65

38

220V/1P/50HZ

3.6

Rotary

3/4

1160

530

400

67

40

220V/1P/50HZ

4.2

3/4

Rotary

3/4

1160

530

400

68

41

220V/1P/50HZ

5.6

3/4

Rotary

3/4

1160

530

400

72

42

220V/1P/50HZ

6.5

1.2

12

3/4

Scroll

3/4

1160

530

455

78

43

220V/1P/50HZ

7.5

30

1.6

15

3/4

Scroll

3/4

1170

530

475

84

45

220V/1P/50HZ

8.7

795

30

1.7

16

3/4

Scroll

3/4

1170

530

475

85

45

220V/1P/50HZ

9.5

882

30

1.8

18

3/4

Scroll

3/4

1170

530

475

87

46

220V/1P/50HZ

10.2

2.57

1029

30

22

3/4

Scroll

3/4

1170

530

475

88

47

220V/1P/50HZ

11.4

028

2.86

10

1050

30

2.1

23

Scroll

3/4

1170

530

475

90

48

380V/3P/50HZ

5.4

031

3.14

11

1150

30

2.4

24

Scroll

3/4

1280

600

500

92

48

380V/3P/50HZ

6.2

035

3.43

12

1230

40

2.7

25

Scroll

3/4

1280

600

500

95

48

380V/3P/50HZ

7.1

037

3.71

13

1294

60

2.8

25

Scroll

3/4

1280

600

500

98

49

380V/3P/50HZ

7.5

043

4.29

15

1530

60

3.3

28

Scroll

3/4

1280

600

545

128

49

380V/3P/50HZ

8.6

048

4.86

17

1600

60

3.6

29

Scroll

3/4

1280

600

545

132

49

380V/3P/50HZ

10.5

050

5.00

17.5

1882

60

3.9

29

1.2

Scroll

1330

715

545

138

49

380V/3P/50HZ

11.7

060

6.00

21

2353

80

4.6

30

1.2

Scroll

1330

715

545

146

50

380V/3P/50HZ

14.0

085

8.57

30

3529

100

6.6

32

1.2

Scroll

2020

915

635

176

51

380V/3P/50HZ

18.0

114

11.43

40

5059

120

8.4

35

1.5

Scroll

2020

915

685

186

53

380V/3P/50HZ

23.0

143

14.29

50

5600

140

10.5

37

Scroll

2300

915

685

200

54

380V/3P/50HZ

28.0

171

17.14

60

6470

140

12.2

38

Scroll

2600

915

685

214

55

380V/3P/50HZ

32.0

TR

KPa

inch

005

0.57

216

30

0.4

3/4

Rotary

007

0.74

2.6

280

30

0.5

3/4

Rotary

008

0.86

324

30

0.6

3/4

Rotary

010

1.03

3.6

330

30

0.7

3/4

011

1.14

440

30

0.9

014

1.43

500

30

017

1.71

647

30

020

2.00

735

021

2.14

7.5

023

2.29

025

Input
Current

Weight

mm

CSU

Power
Supply

Height

mm

kw

Water
Pressure
Drop
Water Pipe
Size

mm

Offered
Cooling

inch

Model

Width

CMH

Length

Water Flow

Pa

Drain Pipe
Size

ESP

CFM

Compressor
Type

Air Flow

General Data CSU- Ceiling Suspended Units.

Amp

NOTES:
1) ALL SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECTED TO CHANGE BY MANUFACTURE WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE;
2) NOMINAL COOLING AND HEATING CAPACITY ARE BASED ON THE CONDITIONS: 27C DB/19C WB INDOOR AND 30C / 35C;
ENTERING/LEAVING WATER TEMPERATURE
3) NOMINAL COOLING AND HEATING CAPACITY ARE BASED ON THE CONDITIONS: 20C DB/15C WB INDOOR AND 20C
ENTERING WATER TEMPERATURE;
4) SOUND LEVEL ARE MEASURED AT 1 M FROM MACHINE OUTLET AND 1.5 M FROM THE GROUND LEVEL.

General Data FMV-Floor Mounted Vertical Unit


Model

FMV

71

100

143

185

200

215

257

285

357

434

500

TR

7.14

10.00

14.29

18.57

20.00

21.43

25.71

28.57

35.71

43.43

50.00

kW

25

35

50

65

70

75

90

100

125

152

175

Air Flow

CMH

4000

5100

8000

9000

10200

11500

15300

16800

20400

25500

28600

ESP

Pa

150

150

150

150

200

200

300

300

350

400

400

Cooling capacity

Power Supply

3PH 380V 50Hz

Running Power

kW

6.5

8.2

13

14.5

15.3

16.2

22.3

25.6

30.3

37.1

42.7

Running Current

13.5

16.6

26.6

28.8

30.4

33.5

44.5

49.7

60

70.2

83.5

Max input power


for cooling

kW

8.2

10.3

16.3

18.1

19.2

21.4

27.7

31.5

37.8

46

53

Max current for


cooling

16.9

20.8

32.9

35.6

38

42.7

55.2

62.3

74.5

86.6

103.5

Noise level

dB(A
)

62

64

68

69

70

71

73

73

73

76

78

Type

Scroll type

Qty
Power

kW

5.7

7.1

11.4

11.8

13.1

14.4

18.3

20.7

24.8

29.6

34.3

Type

Centrifugal fan

Qty
Power

kW

0.8

1.1

1.6

2.2

2.6

4.6

5.5

7.5

9.2

Filter

Nylon net

Evaporator

Copper pipe and aluminum fin.

Air Inlet Size

mm

Air Outlet Size

mm

980*88
0
325*33
8

1330*88
0

1480*88
0

1480*88
0

1570*131
0

1570*131
0

1680*138
0

1700*151
0

1840*161
0

2040*161
0

2040*161
0

860*252

860*338

860*338

1090*403

1090*403

1090*403

1150*403

1430*470

1430*470

1430*470

2.4*3

2.5*3

2.4*4

2.6*4

3.0*4

Refrigerant

R407c/R22

Refrigerant Charge

3.6*1

2.5*2

3.6*2

4.2*2

6.0*2

6.6*2

Condenser

Type

Water Flow

M3/
h

5.5

10.5

11

13.6

15.6

19

21.7

25.8

31.2

38.4

Water Pipe Size

in

1.5

1.5

2.5

2.5

Drain Pipe Size

in

1-1/4

1-1/4

1-1/4

1-1/4

1-1/4

1-1/4

1-1/4

Water Pressure
Drop

Dimension

Packed Dimension

Kpa
W
mm
L
mm
H
mm
W
mm
L
mm
H
mm

Tube-in-tube

Shell and tube

59

60

60

70

75

78

83

91

98

112

125

1100

1450

1600

1600

1700

1700

1880

1880

2050

2450

2450

660

660

660

660

750

750

1010

1090

1150

1300

1300

1730

1730

1730

1730

1830

1830

1810

1930

1930

1990

1990

1180

1530

1680

1680

1750

1750

1940

1940

2100

2500

2500

740

740

740

740

800

800

1070

1150

1200

1360

1360

1810

1810

1810

1810

1880

1880

1860

2000

2000

2050

2050

Nett Weight

kg

330

380

480

500

660

660

890

960

1100

1560

1660

Gross Weight

kg

345

400

500

520

685

685

920

1000

1150

1610

1750

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Components Data
Structure & Casing : 0.8mm on smaller units and 1.0 mm thick galvanised steel sheet is used for bigger
unit construction. Standard finish on cabinet is painted silver or white colour.
Optional items offered are double skin casing, alternate paint treatments like epoxy, powder coating, baked
enamel etc as per site specification.
Water Side Heat Excahnger : High efficiency coaxial heat exchanger, factory insulated with flexible close
cell material. Inner tube and outer tube made of copper.
Compressors : Single phase rotary type ( upto 1.43 TR),3-phase (above 1.43 TR) scroll type compressors,
with built-in thermal overload cut-out, mounted on vibration dampers.
Brand used is LG/Samsung/Sanyo/Panasonic/Hitachi/Daikin/Dafoss/Toshiba
Refrigerant Circuit : Copper tube connection with charge valves, filter ,high pressure & low pressure
switch. Expansion valve for all units. Reversible Valve provided in heating enabled units.
Evaporator : Copper header with aluminium fins.
Centrifugal Fan : High efficiency, single or double inlet centrifugal fans. Single speed, direct driven motors.
Electrical Panel : Consist of compressor contactor, compressor protection breaker, microprocessor with
function display.
Controller : Self Diagnostic stand alone controller with wired jack as standard. Controller with open
protocol suitable to communicate via modbus with central BMS or any other Mod bus compatible software
can be provided as optional at extra cost.

Safety :
High Pressure 3.0 /2.6 MPa
Low Pressure 0.05 / 0.15 MPa
Compressor Overload Protection
Sequence Protection
Starting Delay Protection
Water Flow Protection
Thermal Overload.

Operating Limits
Water Limits C at standard flow rate :
Cooling

Heating

Min. Entering Water

13

10

Normal Entering Water

30

20

Max. Entering Water

40

30

Water Quality :
Our general guidance values are given below. However it is advisable to check the local source of water ,the
operating conditions of the system, arrangements of water maintenance and cooling tower upkeep to decide and
document a final desired value

Parameter

Reccomended limit in :
Raw water

Recirculating water

TDS

250

1,200

Total iron Fe

<0.3

<1.0

Total hardness (CaCO )

<80

<100

Chloride content

<50

<200

Silica (SiO )

<30

<50

Values in ppm

Environment
This single skin equipment is designed for indoor installation only. Sheltered locations such as attics, garages, etc.,
generally should provide sufficient protection against extremes in temperature or humidity, or equipment performance,
reliability and service life span may be affected.
For exposed installations please ask for double skin units with suitable exterior finish for corrosion resistance as per
the weather conditions of the installation site. Special consideration to be given to saline atmosphere such as pool
side locations, sea side cities, industrial and pharma applications and similar.

Power supply
A voltage variation of 10% of nameplate utilization voltage is acceptable.

Airflow Correction Factors


Rated Airflow Rate Percent

85%

90%

95%

100%

105%

110%

115%

Total Cooling Capacity

0.972

0.982

0.994

1.00

1.007

1.010

1.013

Maintenance
1. Normal maintenance on all conditioners is generally limited to filter changes. Lubrication of the fan motor is not
required.
2. Filter changes are required at regular intervals. The time period between changes will depend upon the project
requirements. Some applications such as motels produce a lot of lint from carpeting and linen changes. It is
suggested that the filter be checked at 60-day intervals for the first year until experience is acquired. If light cannot
be seen through the filter when held up to sunlight or a bright light, it should be changed. A more critical standard
may be desirable.
3. The condensate drain pan should be checked annually and cleaned and flushed as required.
4. Records of performance measurements of volts, amps, and water temperature differences (both heating and
cooling) are recommended. A comparison of logged data with start-up and other annual data is useful as an
indicator of general equipment condition.
5. Periodic lockouts always are caused by air or water problems. The lockout (shutdown) of the conditioner is a
normal protective result. Check for dirt in the water system, water flow rates, water temperatures, airflow rates
(may be dirty filter), and air temperatures. If the lockout occurs in the morning following a return from night
setback, entering air below machine limits may be the cause.

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Troubleshooting
Should a major problem develop, refer to the following information for possible cause and corrective steps

Neither fan nor compressor runs (No power supply)


1. The fuse may be blown or the circuit Breaker is open. Check electrical circuits and motor windings for shorts or
grounds. Investigate for possible overloading. Replace fuse or reset circuit Breakers after fault is corrected.
2. Wires may be loose or broken. Tighten or replace.
3. Supply voltage may be too low. Check it with the power company.
4. Control system may be faulty. Check thermostat for correct wiring and check 24 volt transformer for burnout.

Fan runs but compressor does not run


1. Check compressor capacitor.
2. Wires may be loose or broken. Tighten or replace.
3. The high pressure switch may have tripped due to:

Fouled or plugged condenser

Little or no condenser
water

Too warm condenser


water;

Not enough airflow over the coil due to dirty filters.


5. Check thermostat setting, calibration and wiring.
6. The compressor overload protection is open. If the compressor dome is extremely hot, the overload will not reset
until cooled down. If the overload is external, replace it. If the overload is internal, replace the compressor.
7. The compressor winding may be open. Check continuity with ohmmeter. If the winding is open, replace the
compressor.

Compressor attempts to start but is not successful


1.
2.
3.
4.

Check continuity for contactor.


High pressure trip check.
High superheat results in high discharge temperature.
Lack of refrigerant.

Compressor stops after short run


1. Check thermostat setting.
2. Check system pressure.
3. Refer to troubleshooting-3 possible causes.

Insufficient cooling or heating


1. Check thermostat setting.
2. Airflow may be insufficient. Check and clean the filter.
3. The reversing valve may defects, creating a bypass of refrigerant. If the unit will heat, check the reversing valve
coil.
4. Check capillary tubes for possible chock of refrigerant flow.
5. Check if any block in water flow or if the water is dirty.
6. Lack of refrigerant.

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Insufficient water flow through condenser (tube in tube)


1.
2.
3.
4.

Check whether valves are opened.


Check for air is trapped in piping.
Check circulating pumps.
Check if correct water pump sizing.

Water dripping
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Check condensate drain.


Check for dirty filter.
Check to see if condensate drain runs uphill.
See if blower motor is up to speed.
Check for blower position.
Are drain pipe properly trapped ?

Noisy unit operation


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Check for fan wheel whether it is hitting the housing.


Check if any dented fan wheel.
Check if there is loose fan wheel on shaft.
Check if any tubing is touching the compressor. Readjust tubing by bending slightly.
Check all screws on panels.
Check water flow rate.

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Installation
Pipe installation - U trap required
uired
The condensate disposal piping must have a trap and the piping must be pitched away from the unit not less than 1/4"
inch per foot (20mm per meter).A piece of single hose from the trap to the drain line is used for simple removal.

Optional Cleanout
H

1/4" Per Foot


(21mm Per Meter)

Flexible hose - recommended


1. Since hose may change in length from +2% to 4%
2. Absorb unit vibration

Valve
Switch
Thermometer
Water pressure gauge
Return water pipe
Water supply pipe

Flexible Pipe

Two-way valve
Strainer

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Flexible duct
Flexible duct is recommended to be installed in between the unit air discharge and rigid ducting work. This would
prevent accessive vibration to transmit ducting work or even water piping work.

Spring isolator - required


It is recommended the unit be mounted with spring mounting kit supplied as an optional item.

Spring isolator kit is offered as an optional from factory

Tilt angle

flow.
Factory recommends to tilt the unit by 1 as shown above in order to have better drain water flo
Caution: By tilting the unit, duct connection alignmen
alignment might be affected, thus, use of flexible duct is highly
highl recommended.

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Duct & Attenuation


1. Discharge ductwork is normally used with these conditioners. Return air ductwork may also be required, but will
require field installation of a 1" or 2" return air duct collar/ filter rack kit.
2. Return air duct should be internally lined with acoustic insulation for sound attenuation.
3. Don't use sheet metal screws directly into the unit cabinet for connection of supply or return air ductwork,
especially
on return air ductwork which can damage the drain pan or the coil & tube.

Piping Work
1. All units are recommended to be connected to supply and return piping in a two-pipe reverse return configuration.
A reverse return system is inherently self-balancing and requires only trim balancing where multiple quantities of
units with different flow and pressure drop characteristics are connected to the same loop.
2. A simple way to check for proper water balance is to take a differential temperature reading across the water
connections. To insure proper water flow, the differential should be 5 to 6.
3. A direct return system may also be made to word acceptably, but proper water flow balancing is more difficult to
achieve and maintain.
4. The piping can be steel, copper or PVC.
5. No unit should be connected to the supply and return piping until the water system has been cleaned and flushed
completely. After the cleaning and flushing has taken place, the initial connection should have all valves wide
open in preparation for water system flushing.

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System Cleaning and Flushing


1. Prior to first operation of any conditioner, the water circulating system must be cleaned and flushed of all
construction dirt and debris. A The piping can be steel, copper or PVC.
2. If the conditioners are equipped with water shut off valves, either electric or pressure operated, the supply and
return runouts must be connected together at each conditioner location. This will prevent the introduction of dirt
into the unit. Additionally, pressure operated valves only open when the compressor is operation.
3. The system should be filled at the city water makeup connection with all air vents open. After filling, vents should
be closed.
4. Vents should be checked in sequence to bleed off any trapped air to assure circulation through all components
of the system.
5. Power to the heat rejector unit should be off.
6. While circulating water, the contractor should check and repair any leaks in the piping .
7. At the lowest point(s) in the system should be opened for initial flush and blow-down, making sure city water fill
are set to make up water at the same rate .
8. Check the pressure gauge at pump suction and manually adjust the makeup to hold the same positive steady
pressure both before and after opening the drain valves.
9. Flush should continue for at least two hours, or longer if required, to see clear, clean drain water.
10. Short circuited supply and return run outs should now be connected to the conditioner supply and return
connections.
11. Teflon tape is recommended over pipe dope for pipe thread connections. Do not use sealers at the swivel flare
connections of hoses.
12. The current recommendation is to simply flush linger with warm 80.6F (27) water.
13. Refill the system with clean water.
14. Set the system control and alarm panel heat add setpoint.
15. Supply power to all motors and start the circulating pumps.
16. Each of the conditioners are now ready for check test and start-up and for air and water balancing.

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Start Up
1. Open all valves to full open position and turn on power to the conditioners.
2. Set thermostat for "Fan Only" operation, check for proper air delivery and fan speed. Each unit has 3 speed.
3. Set thermostat to "Cool". Many conditioners have time delays which protect the compressor against short cycling.
After a few minutes of operation, check the discharge grilles for cool air delivery.
4. Measure the temperature difference between entering and leaving water. It should be approximately 5 to 6.
5. If the temperature different is out of range, adjust the combination shutoff/balancing valve in the return line to a
water flow rate which will result 5 to 6 difference.
6. Set thermostat to "Heat "(used in the heat pump model). Set system switch to the "Auto " position and depress
the heat setting to the warmest selection. Some conditioners have built-in time delays which prevent the
compressor from immediately starting. the fan will start once coil temperature reach 40.
7. Measure the temperature difference between entering and leaving water. It should be approximately 4 to 5
(based on cooling mode water flow rate).
8. Check the elevation and cleanliness of the condensate line. If the air is too dry for sufficient dehumidification,
slowly pour enough water into the condensate pan to ensure proper drainage.
9. If the conditioner does not operate, please refer to the troubleshooting guideline for necessary corrective action.
10. Check the unit for vibrating refrigerant piping, fan wheels, etc.
11. Do not lubricate the fan motor as it is prelubricated at the factory.