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Training manual

Segment Wheel Dryer


DRYMAX Aton

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Item Nr.: LS00000428 Translation of the original training manual
Contents
6.8 Menu 6 Limit value for the material
1 Safety instructions ...................................... 3
saver function ............................................15
1.1 Proper use and their limits ........................ 3
6.8.1 Special function in Menu 6 ...................15
1.2 Explanation of symbols ............................ 3
6.9 Menu 7 Pre-Drying Time ...........................15
1.3 Explanation of terms ................................. 3
6.10 Menu 8 Key lock........................................15
1.4 General safety instructions ....................... 4
6.11 Counter Operating Hours ..........................16
1.5 Instructions concerning the process
6.12 Change temperature unit ..........................16
safety of the device................................... 4
6.13 SLEEP function .........................................16
2 Completeness of Shipment ....................... 5 6.14 TIMER function .........................................16
2.1 Transport damage .................................... 5 6.15 ECO-Mode ................................................17
2.2 Storage of desiccant Kstrolith 4 AK ....... 5 6.15.1 Switching from tower to wheel mode ...17
6.16 ambiLED ...................................................17
3 Installation Notes ......................................... 6
3.1 Transport and preparing for assembly ..... 6 7 Maintenance .................................................18
3.2 Requirements for installation area ............ 6 7.1 Maintenance intervals ...............................18
3.3 Electrical connections ............................... 6 7.1.1 Safeguarding and power supply ..........19
3.4 Safety temperature limiter on heating 7.1.2 Return air filter .....................................19
units .......................................................... 7 7.1.3 Regeneration air filter ..........................19
3.5 Installing an extraction system for the 7.1.4 Return air cooler ..................................19
regeneration waste air .............................. 7 7.1.5 Cooling water hoses ............................19
3.6 Connecting the return air cooler 7.1.6 Process blower ....................................19
(optional) ................................................... 7 7.1.7 Air duct hoses ......................................19
3.7 Installation of the integrated BS/6 - 7.1.8 Wheel seal ...........................................19
system ...................................................... 7 7.1.9 Dew point sensor .................................20
7.1.10 Belt20
4 Description of DRYMAX operation ............ 8
7.1.11 Wiring ...................................................20
4.1 Segment wheel dryer DRYMAX ATON .... 8 7.1.12 Kstrolith 4AK ......................................20
4.2 Tower operation........................................ 8
4.3 MSF - Material saver function .................. 8 8 Faults .............................................................21
4.4 Material conveying integrated BS/6.......... 9 8.1 Alarm list ...................................................21
4.4.1 Principal of material conveying with 8.2 Troubleshooting ........................................21
integrated BS/6................................... 9
9 Replacement Parts .......................................22
4.5 SILMAX drying hopper (ATON in
9.1 Aton F ........................................................22
combination with SILMAX Compact) ........ 11
9.2 Aton F / integrated BS/6-system ...............24
5 Initial start-up ............................................... 12
10 Technical data ..............................................25
6 Operation ...................................................... 13
11 Customer Service Centers ..........................27
6.1 Explanation of symbols on the
11.1 Europe .......................................................27
operating interface .................................... 13
11.2 North America ...........................................29
6.1.1 Status display of the user interface ..... 13
11.3 South America...........................................29
6.2 Switching the dryer ON and OFF ............. 13
11.4 Asia ...........................................................30
6.3 Menu 1 Measured value process
11.5 Africa .........................................................31
temperature / operating status ................. 13
11.6 Australia ....................................................31
6.3.1 Special functions in Menu 1 ................ 14
6.4 Menu 2 Set value process heater / 12 Annex ............................................................32
State of operation ..................................... 14 12.1 Parameter orientation table .......................32
6.5 Menu 3 Measured value dew point .......... 14 12.2 Data sheet Kstrolith 4AK .........................34
6.6 Menu 4 Set value for changing the cell .... 14 12.3 Declaration of Conformity .........................41
6.7 Menu 5 Measured value material saver
function / return air temperature ............... 15

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Shows additional
Tip,
information that is
1 Safety instructions Note,
especially important
Information
for users to read.
Our technical solutions always put our customers'
safety first. Wittmann plastics equipment must
satisfy the most demanding quality standards. Our
goal is to ensure the safety of all users and opera- 1.3 Explanation of terms
tors.
This training manual uses certain terms and desig-
A few rules are necessary to achieve this goal. The nations repeatedly. These frequently used terms
following symbols are used for better clarity. are defined here for your convenience:
Unit
Good english language skills are
The term "unit" can be used for a single device, a
assumed.
unit, a machine, and an entire system.
Every person responsible for any activity
User
on this unit must read and use this
The user is the person who is using the unit inde-
training manual.
pendently or under the supervision of another.
Make sure that those using the unit are
Operator
familiar with the training manual and the
The unit operator is the person responsible for all
unit.
processes (e.g. production supervisor, building
Make every person in the effective range supervisor, etc.). The operator directs the users to
of the unit aware of the direct and perform a task on the unit.
indirect risks with this unit.
SOPs
The standard operating procedure (not to be
confused with this operation manual) describes
1.1 Proper use and their limits how several units, processes or production pro-
cesses work together. The unit operator is respon-
The segment wheel dryer DRYMAX Aton is in- sible for drafting the SOP.
tended to dry plastic granulate. This unit is not
suitable for processing food, earth, etc. . Lead user
If several users are working on one unit, the lead
If the DRYMAX is used contrary to the above user coordinates the processes. The operator must
proper use instructions (in any form) the product appoint the lead user.
warranty will be voided.
Qualified personnel
Qualified personnel includes persons who, due to
training, are qualified to expertly perform work.
1.2 Explanation of symbols
Segment wheel dryer
This training manual uses symbols to mark im- The drying wheel is divided into 36 chambers,
portant information as follows: during operation most of the chambers are in the
dehumidification. The drying wheel rotates clock-
If the security instruc- wise at a speed of about one turn per hour. The
tion is not followed, return air is dehumidified, the Kstrolith 4 AK is
Danger! there is immediate regenerated and cooled down to resume moisture
danger to life and the in the next step.
health of people!
If the security instruc-
tion is not followed,
Warning!
there is danger to life
and the health of
people.
If the security
isntruction is not
Caution! followed, people the
environment or equip-
ment can be damaged.

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1.4 General safety instructions Take note of the maintenance instructions and
keep records of all maintenance performed.
Danger!
Failure to follow this instruction could result in In the event of a malfunction, turn the unit off
death! immediately.

Do not enter drying hoppers and bunkers If the unit is turned off for safety reasons, lock
without the supervisor's permission, and al- out the unit so it cannot be turned on without
ways wear a safety harness with a rope. The authorization.
person entering the confined space must be
kept on a tight rope and observed at all times. Make sure that filling, mixing, and extraction
devices are turned off and/or emptied and
Danger! protected from unintended and unauthorized
Before opening disconnect unit from all power start-up.
sources!
Do not make any changes to the unit without
Note that the unit can get hot and present a written authorization from the manufacturer.
burn hazard.
Before performing maintenace, name a su-
In case of skin contact with the desiccant pervisor and inform the responsible users.
Kstrolith 4 AK, wash thoroughly and use a
moisturizing cream. Do not operate this unit in a partally disas-
sembled state.
In case of eye contact wash with the desic-
cant Kstrolith 4 AK, wash thoroughly and Comply with safety instructions for units
remove carefully any mechanical parts from connected to this unit.
the eye. In case of doubt visit a eye specialist.
Store this training manual so that it is always
If you have swallowed parts of the dessicant available in close proximity to the unit.
Kstrolith 4 AK, so drink plenty of fluids.
Do not remove any labels that were attached
Try to avoid dust generation during decanting by Wittmann.
of the desiccant Kstrolith 4 AK. If dust is be-
ing generated masks, glasses and protective
gloves must be used.
1.5 Instructions concerning the
Read the training documents carefully before process safety of the device
using the unit. Note all information and ask
questions if anything is unclear.
Check all electrical connections when com-
missioning the device.
Obey all local laws and requirements.
The device is exclusively intended for drying
Compare the power supply data for this unit of plastic granulates.
with the locally available power supply.
The permissible storage temperature for the
Allow only qualified personnel to work on the device is -20+55C (-5+130F).
unit.
The permissible operating temperature is
Use the training manual to create a detailed +5+40C (+40+103F).
SOP for the sequence of operations involving
this unit. Clean the device before filling for the first
time.
Appoint a responsible lead user for the unit.
Electrostatic discharges can lead to damage
All users must be at least 16 years old. on electronic components. Ground the device.

On a regular basis, check all lines, hoses and Do not change any settings on the control or
threaded connections for leakage, damage, sensors without knowing the exact conse-
and tightness. Repair any defects immediate- quences.
ly.

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Keep records of maintenance and repair Please observe the operating instructions of
operations. the connected devices.

Use only original Wittmann spare parts.

2 Completeness of Shipment If your unit is damaged in transit, speak directly to


the freight company to agree upon a solution for
repairing the damage.
Wittmann equipment is packed with great care to
protect it during transport. Remove all packaging
from unit components before assembling the unit.
2.2 Storage of desiccant
Be very careful when removing the pack-
aging and protective film from unit compo- Kstrolith 4 AK
nents. Sharp instruments can damage
painted surfaces and the unit itself. The desiccant must be stored in tightly closed
original container in a dry room. Outdoor storage
Check to make sure the shipment is complete and should be avoided. If it is necessary to short-term
no parts are missing. Remember that some sec- outdoor storage, use the original container with
tions of the unit may be disassembled for suitable materials (waterproof tarpaulins, etc.) to
transport. protect against precipitation influences.
When required, the product can be refilled in tightly
closing containers. The refilling shall be made so
2.1 Transport damage that there are no unnecessary recording of humidi-
ty and dust can be avoided.
Wittmann Kunststoffgerte GmbH uses only repu-
table freight companies to deliver your unit as Comply with the storage and disposal of the na-
quickly as possible, with no missing or damaged tional laws and regulations.
parts. The desiccant shall be stored so that possible
The freight company is responsible for delivering damage to the packaging of other stored items
your equipment without damaging it. may be excluded.
Check your unit immediately upon receipt When stored as recommended, the product is
for any visible transport-related damage. useful without degradation for several years.
Report any visible transport damage im-
mediately to the freight company.

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3 Installation Notes hazard; they must be level, easy to clean,
non-slip surfaces.
To prevent damage to machines, systems and Make sure that all parts of the unit remain
injury to people, only people authorized to perform easily accessible for maintenance and re-
installation and start-up tasks should do so. pair work.
These installation notes assume The temperature at the installation area should be
knowledge of accident prevention rules, above +5C, but may not exceed a maximum
operating conditions, and safety regula- temperature of 40C. Remember that the unit will
tions and their implementation. emit additional heat and moisture at the installation
location. Make sure the area has sufficient ventila-
These isntallation notes assume electrical
tion. Other temperature limits apply only to special
and mechanical skills gained as a result of
models equipped with an air-conditioned switch
education, experience, and training.
carbinet.
Make sure that people performing these tasks
have the appropriate skills.
Obey all safety rules when working with hoists. 3.3 Electrical connections
Perform all installation tasks with the system in a Comply with your local energy supplier's regula-
depressurized, powered-down state. tions.
Our trained installers would be glad to assist you Only Wittmann service technicians, or qualified
with these tasks. personnel authorized by Wittmann, may set up and
assign the electrical connections.

3.1 Transport and preparing for Danger! High Voltage!


assembly You must equip the unit with a main fuse
that will interrupt the power supply to the
The system and ist accessories are delivered on unit.
pallets. Use only appropirate equipment to move For safety reasons, the ground wire connection
the paletts (e.g., forklift, crane, etc.). should be checked especially.
Only qualified personnel may operate Install the power supply a safe distance away from
transport or lift devices. hot parts.
All metal parts are removed from the unit before it Lay all cords for the unit such that other
is shipped. Despite our best efforts, metal parts electrical devices cannot cause any dis-
may fall back into the unit during transport, or ruptions. Be especially sure to separate
because of other ciricumstances. control lines and data transmission cords
Before the unit is started the first time, from power cords.
make sure that the unit is free of all metal For three-phase units check the direction
parts and packaging. of rotation. The unit uses a right-hand field
The unit has a protective film on it to protect it of rotation.
during transport and installation. The entire unit will have to be specially grounded if
Remove all protective film before operat- you work with materials that cause strong electro-
ing the unit for the first time. static discharges as they are conveyed.
Cut all power to the unit before performing any
work on it. This is the most effective way to prevent
3.2 Requirements for installation electrical accidents.
area If work on the electrical system remains
uncompleted for some reason, make sure
Run the unit ONLY in closed, dry spaces. the unit cannot be accidentally put into op-
eration.
Pay special attention to the load rating of
the installation area, especially if the unit is Check all electrical connections and
being installed on a platform! threaded connections regularly to ensure
they are tight.
The floors around the machine (in the
building) must not present a stumbling

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3.4 Safety temperature limiter on 3.6 Connecting the return air cooler
heating units (optional)
The safety temperature limiter triggers at a tem- The return air cooler is preferably connected to a
perature above 400C (752F), and the unit cooling water system with supply and return. The
switches off. If the 3 minutes waiting time for cooling water network must be designed to suit the
shutdown is not observed, and the temperature is entire cooling capacity.
too high, it also trips the safety temperature limiter.
The return air cooler is always required if
To return to operation, the safety temperature
the return air temperature permanently ex-
limiter must be reset with the reset button.
ceeds 85C or 185F.
The return air cooler increases the efficiency of the
3.5 Installing an extraction system drying agent (desiccant), so that a return air cooler
may be practical even with lower return air tem-
for the regeneration waste air perature.
Harmful gases, which ware discharged in-
to the environment especially by way of the
regeneration waste air of the drying air 3.7 Installation of the integrated
generator, develop when some kinds of BS/6 - system
plastics are dried. Ask your material manu-
facturer in this regard. In this case, a ex- To prevent damage to machines, systems and
traction system of the regeneration air injury to people, only people authorized to perform
must be present. installation and start-up tasks should do so.
Installing an extraction system is also The MASTER loader of the BS/6 loading system
practical to avoid temperatures being should be located on the hopper closest to the dry-
exceeded at the place of installation. air generator model DRYMAX.
When installing an extraction system Ensure that the BS/6 loader devices are configured
please note that the waste air may be very with the necessary jumpers (see training manual
moist. This can lead to the formation of FEEDMAX BS/6).
condensate which must on no account
Our trained installers would be glad to assist you
reenter the drying air generator. The ex-
traction system must not change the air with your tasks.
throughput of the drying air generator, es-
pecially of the regeneration.

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4 Description of DRYMAX opera- flows back to the hopper heater, where the pro-
cess air (8) heated up to 130C / 266F (180C /
tion 356F at high heat option) and will come back into
the hopper. Here, the warmed and dried air is
The description is written for the person who will distributed by a conical air distributor optimally
be using the unit (users). This description assumes routed through the hopper and the granulate is
you are generally familiar with dry-air dryers. Make dried. The rising moist air will return again to the
sure that all users have appropriate knowledge return air (2) and re-enters the circulation.
and skills.
The drying wheel is divided into 36 chambers,
during operation most of the chambers are in the
dehumidification process. The drying wheel rotates
4.1 Segment wheel dryer DRYMAX clockwise at a speed of about one turn per hour.
ATON The return air is dehumidified, the Kstrolith 4 AK
regenerated and cooled down to resume moisture
The Segment wheel dryer provides the required in the next step.
drying medium (process air) required for the drying
In the regeneration process, the Kstrolith 4 AK,
process. Preferably, the DRYMAX Aton is up for
which in the dehumidification process has taken up
special drying applications.
the moisture in the air, is now also dried. The
The DRYMAX consists essentially of two filters, regeneration filter (15) sucks ambient air through
two blowers and the drying wheel. the regeneration blower (14). The regeneration air
(13) passes through the middle of the drying wheel
Optinal a dew point measuring device is available. and is thereby pre-heated (7) through the regener-
The measured value is indicated and can be ation heater (9) The regeneration heater heats the
recorded for quality assurance. air up to 482F and dehumidifies the Kstrolith 4
AK in the regeneration area of the wheel. For the
regeneration waste air it is recommended to evac-
15 14 13 uate it outside or have volatile trap, because some
plastics can result in harmful vapors.
2 3
To prepare the Kstrolith 4 AK for dehumidification
it must be cooled down after regeneration. The
cooling air (10) is used and sent through some
12 cells of the drying wheel. The cooling air then
passes back into the return air.
4 11
5
6 4.2 Tower operation
7
In the tower mode the drying wheel is not turning
1 8
continuously. After a certain period of time, the
drying wheel is turned by several segements from
the dehumidification process to get into the regen-
eration process. The regeneration heater must not
be kept in continuous operation and allows for a
9 10
energy saving process.
If a dew point sensor is present, a delayed regen-
1 hopper 2 return air eration cycle can be started, depending on the
3 return air filter 4 process blower moisture.
5 drying wheel 6 dehumidification
7 preheating 8 process air The dew point sensor measures the moisture in
9 regeneration - 10 cooling air the process air.
heater
11 cooler 12 regeneration
13 regeneration - 14 regeneration -
air blower 4.3 MSF - Material saver function
15 regeneration filter

The air from the hopper is put into the dryer via the The material saver function is available with drying
return air filter (3). Through the blower (4) the air generators DRYMAX with integrated process
damp, cold air enters the drying wheel. It is dehu- heater and drying silo.
midified and through the process air (8), the air

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Active drying consumes energy. This physical fact source. Please also refer to chapter "Setting of
is utilised to protect the material from thermal material charge".
destruction.
Please make sure that the load on the
A temperature sensor is installed in the return air material source is optimized!
to register the energy consumption in the drying
silo. If no material is removed from the drying silo
the return air temperature will rise. 4.4.1 Principal of material conveying
with integrated BS/6
If the return air temperature rises to adjustable
threshold value 'MSF set', the DRYMAX lowers the The dry-air generator model DRYMAX integrated
process air temperature to the temperature MSF BS/6 includes up to 6 loaders, which are connect-
set plus 10C or 18F. Granulate drying is now ed to an integrated pump.
slowed down considerably while the material is
kept dry. If the return air temperature drops below
the temperatur MSF set less 10F or 18F for SILO
instance through a transport cycle. DRYMAX
detects the drying demand and sets the prcess
temperature to the specified set value 'T set'.

The pump T generates the vacuum for the convey-


ing of resin through wand L to loader SILO and
finally into drying hopper S. The conveying process
works with a time sequence.

The above graph explains the relationship. It


shows the time over the temperature. The red
upper curve shows the process air temperature,
the blue lower curve shows the return air tempera-
ture.
In practice the following procedure is recommend-
ed for setting the threshold value 'MSF set'. Initially
set the threshold value 'MSF set' to maximum
(85C or 185F). Run the device under normal
production conditions (no machine stop-page). IMM
After approximatelx 2 hours of production a typical
return air temperature will have been established G
(the return air temperature can be queried in the
Menu 5). Set the threshold value 'MSF set' approx- T
imately 10C or 18F above the return air tempera- B
ture.
The dry-air valve G selects the loader on the IMM
machine. The bypass-valve of the pump T is
closed and the suction box B is filled with dried
4.4 Material conveying integrated resin. Immediately afterwards, the dry-air valve G
BS/6 is also closed and the air from the pump T conveys
the material to the IMM loader. If dosing is set, the
A trouble-free operation of the FEEDMAX loaders dosing valve is switched and the dry-air valve G
can only be guaranteed with the proper adjustment opens. Material B is conveyed until the end of the
of the material charge on the wand at the material

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conveying time. During this time, the vacuum valve
of the loader IMM is open.
If there is no material need for the IMM loader and
SILO loader, then the bypass valve of the pump T -
is opened, and the dry-air valve G opens, to allow
the pump T to idle without load. After a delay time
of 3 minutes, the pump T will turn off. +

4.4.1.1 Setting material charge


Set the material charge of the loader on the suc-
tion lines or suction box. -
The material charge is the mixing ratio of
conveying air to conveying material.
To achieve a high conveying rate the material +
charge must be maximised. The maximum convey-
ing rate is hgihly dependent on the characteristics
of the granulate (size, bulk weight, shape) and the
conveying line (length, number of bends, convey-
ing height).
The material charge is optimally set when
the granulate is conveyed freely flowing For changing the material charge change the
without interruption. suction connection in accordance with the direction
of the arrows. To increase the material charge
reposition the socket in the direction of +. If the
Setting material charge on the suction material charge is to be reduced, reposition the
wand socket in the direction of -. Secure the socket
Included with the device is a suction pipe (a). position with the locking screw.
Depending on the design of the suction pipe, air
adjustment is set by moving material hose up or
down (a), turning adjusting ring (b) or moving the
inner pipe on or out (c).

-
+ -
+

To change the material discharge of the controlled


vacuum take off box, adjust the stroke of the
cylinder. To increase the material discharge, move
the screw in the + direction. For reduction of the
material discharge, move the screw in the - direc-
a) b) c) tion.

Setting material charge on the suction


box (optional)
The suction box is equipped with one or several
suction connections.

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4.5 SILMAX drying hopper
(ATON in combination with
SILMAX Compact)
The SILMAX consists of a drying hopper, a pro-
cess heater and a conical air distributor.
The dried process air is heated by the process
heater and fed into the drying hopper. In the drying
hopper, the hot air meets the moist, cold plastic
granulate and the granulate releases moisture.
The moisture is supplied via the exhaust air to the
DRYMAX, which prepares the process air for the
next cycle.
If a SILMAX compact is combined with a
DRYMAX Aton the functions of menu 1
and 2 are not available. But the special
functions of menu 1 are available.

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5 Initial start-up Make sure that all described tasks under
Chapter 3 "Installation Notes" are carried out
and the requirements for installation areas are
Make sure that the energy supply for the unit is
fulfilled.
available. Check this:
Turn the device, without drying material
electrical connection and grounding of the
(granulate), on and set in in the desired drying
device
temperature.
cooling water inlet and cooling water outlet: Leave the device, without material, for 6 hours
for the cooling of the return air filter. For
on, to remove any moisture from the device.
the High Heat option the filters should be
cooled with water. The water temperature After successful start-up, the device is ready
must not be warmer than 10 C. for operation and for drying granulate.
extraction system for the regeneration
waste air (if mounted)
Integrated BS/6: Compressed air supply
(4 - 6 bar)

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LED Remark

6 Operation Material Saver Function: This symbol is


illuminated, if the material saver function
The following instructions are written for the dryer's is activated.
operator (user) assuming that they have a general Regeneration heater: This symbol is
working knowledge of desiccant dry air dryers. It is illuminated, if the regeneration heater is
important that all users familiarize themselves with activated.
this piece of equipment before attempting to use
this piece of equipment. Regeneration temperature reduction: The
LED is illuminated, if the regeneration
temperature is lower than the maximum
set temperature.
6.1 Explanation of symbols on the
operating interface Temperature unit: This symbol is illumi-
nated, if the unit "F" is selected. If the
The operating unit has a 7-digit LED display. In LED is off, the selected unit is "C".
addition there are various yellow illuminating LED's LED is illuminated if service information is
on the operating interface giving additional infor- present. Report this to the Wittmann-staff
mation on individual settings and/or control status- during your next service appointment.
es.
This symbol is illuminated, if the keys are
locked.
It is blinking, if the Code-Menu is selected.

6.2 Switching the dryer ON and


OFF
Switching ON the dryer: Switch the main switch on,

than press the button . The DRYMAX is now


switched on and is in operation.
Switching OFF the dryer: The dryer needs to be

deactivated first by pressing the button .


Wait for the switch-off-time of 3 minutes, and turn
the device switch in position "off".
The most important functions can be selected by

way of the button. The following generally 6.3 Menu 1 Measured value pro-
applies to the changing of values: The button cess temperature / operating
status
serves to select, while are used to
change. Key LED Remark
1x
Menu 1 displays the current
6.1.1 Status display of the user inter- drying temperature of silo and
face error messages.
LED Remark

Process heater Silo: This symbol is illumi- If the dryer is switched off the display alternates
nated, if the process heater is activated. between OFF and current drying temperature
during the blower shut down timer. Once the
blower shut down time has expired, OFF will be
displayed.

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6.3.1 Special functions in Menu 1 6.5 Menu 3 Measured value dew
point
6.3.1.1 Display of software version
This menu is available, if the dryer is equipped with
Key LED Remark a dew point sensor.
In Menu 1 press both buttons A dew point sensor is available as an option. The
UP and DOWN at the same dew point sensor measures the actual dew point
time. The current software temperature. This sensor enhances the process
version is showing as scrolling safety for the drying process.
text on the display.
Key LED Remark

6.3.1.2 Confirm error messages 3x


Display of the actual dew point
Key LED Remark value (optional).

To confirm an error message in


Menu 1 both buttons UP and
DOWN at the same time. To get a reference of a poor dew point, press both
arrow keys simultaneously. This unlocks the option
of error messages and on the display a dot on the
right hand side of the digit is illuminated.
6.4 Menu 2 Set value process heat-
er / State of operation
6.6 Menu 4 Set value for changing
Key LED Remark the cell
2x Set the desired dew point temperature.
The set value for the process
heater is set in Menu 2. Key LED Remark

4x In Menu 4 the changeover point


for the cell change and the
Use the UP / DOWN button to regeneration temperature reduc-
select the desired temperature. tion is set.

With the button the process Use the UP / DOWN key to


heater for the corresponding silo select the desired temperature. -
can be activated or deactivated. only by set Jumper 6

Confirm with the MODE key.


Confirm with the MODE key.

On the display with dot:


TP-controlled cell-changes ON
On the display without dot:
TP-controlled cell-changes OFF

Appears "L L." at the display of the set point of the


dew point temperature, so the lowest possible dew
point (=best dew point) will be triggered. Further-
more if the regeneration set point is not reduced,
the wheel mode can't be left.

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6.7 Menu 5 Measured value materi- 6.9 Menu 7 Pre-Drying Time
al saver function / return air
Key LED Remark
temperature
The return air temperature is utilized to activate the Switch "OFF" the dryer.
granulate protection function. Once the set limit
value has been reached the granulate protection
function will be activated. 7x
Change to Menu 7.
Key LED Remark

5x Menu 5 displays the measured


value of the return air tempera- Select the desired Pre-Drying
ture of the silo. time in hours (0 - 24 hours) with
the UP and DOWN buttons.

Confirm with the MODE key.


6.8 Menu 6 Limit value for the ma-
terial saver function
Start pre-drying time
Key LED Remark
The dryer is "OFF".
6x Menu 6 allows the entry of the Key LED Remark
limit value of the Material saver Switch the dryer "ON".
function.
With the activation of the dryer,
Use the UP / DOWN key to the Pre-Drying time will automat-
select the desired temperature. ically start to count down.

The temperature range for the


limit value is between 5085C. During the active Pre-Drying
With the optional return air time the LED is blinking.
cooler the range can be extend-
ed to 50135C (122275F).
At the lower temperature range
the function "Automatic limit Show remaining pre-drying time
valve" is located. If selected the This menu is only available when the dryer is "ON".
display shows "auto". The auto-
matic limit value depends on the Key LED Remark
setting of the process value. For Change to Menu 7.
exceptional operating conditions
however the manual limit must 7x The display shows the remaining
be set. Pre-Drying time in hours.
If the pre drying time has run
Confirm with the MODE key. out, at the display appears "- - -".

6.8.1 Special function in Menu 6 6.10 Menu 8 Key lock


Key LED Remark
Key LED Remark
Press UP / DOWN at the same 8x This menu is indicated by show-
time, the display shows the set ing "123" in the display. Starting
automatic temperature limit. from this menu the key lock can
be activated or deactivated.

Select the desired Code-Number

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Key LED Remark Key LED Remark
with the UP / DOWN buttons: Select the desired Code-
Numbers with the UP/DOWN
Code-Number:
buttons.
CODE 150: Keys are locked
CODE 153: Keys are not locked Code-number:
CODE 120: Set temperature
Activate or deactivate the func- unit. "t e"
tion with the ON / OFF button.
With the UP-key the temperature
unit F is turned on. The LED is
illuminating.
With the DOWN-key the tem-
6.11 Counter Operating Hours perature unit C is turned on.

Key LED Remark Confirm with the MODE key.


This menu is indicated by show-
8x ing "123" in the display. Starting
from this menu the Counter
Operating Hours can be select- 6.13 SLEEP function
ed.
This menu item allows the running device, to turn
Select the desired Code- off automatically after a certain period of time.
Numbers with the UP/DOWN
buttons. Key LED Remark
Counter Operating Hours: 1x
CODE 102 Here the time is set, to power
down automatically.
Activate the display of the Coun-
ter Operating Hours with the Select by pressing the SLEEP
ON / OFF button. button the desired time. It can be
Display: "bEt". set from 0.5 hour to 24 hours.
Select the Operating hour coun-
ter bS with the MODE button If there is no button is pressed in the next 4 se-
conds, the control accepts the set value for the
bS = Operating hours unit SLEEP value. On the display you can see in
Operating hours " t t" = Ten scrolling text "SLEEP set time".
Thousand Numbers SLEEP is set and the dryer continues to run, the
Operating hours "h e" = digits LED "SLEEP On" illuminates.
hundred ten single If the device is not switched off, the set time
Merge the values of the two doesn't start to run down and the LED "Sleep On"
displays together: " t t" "h flashes.
e" results in the complete oper- If an error occurs or if the main switch is
ating hours. actuated, the function will be deactivated.
Leave the display of the Operat-
ing Hours with the ON / OFF
button. 6.14 TIMER function
This menu item allows you to set a switch-on
6.12 Change temperature unit delay.
Key LED Remark
Key LED Remark
1x
8x In this menu the unit for all Here the time for automatically
temperature values can be start of the device is set.
changed. A change can only be
performed by Wittmann-staff.

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Key LED Remark 6.15.1 Switching from tower to wheel
Select by pressing the TIMER mode
button the desired time. It can be Switching from the tower to the wheel mode will
set from 0.5 hours to 24 hours. change automatically, if:
the ECO-On LED doesn't illuminate
If there is no button pressed in the next 4 seconds,
or
the control accepts the set value for the SLEEP
value. On the display you can see in scrolling text the monitored heating time (Default value
"DELAY set time". = 8 min) wasn't stopped
If the device is not switched off, the set time or
doesn't start to run down and the LED "TIMER On"
flashes. after the minimum cycle time, the current
dew point is under the set dew point.
If an error occurs or if the main switch is
actuated, the function will be deactivated. By returning to the wheel mode, the regeneration
temperature is automatically increasing up to
220C / 428F.
6.15 ECO-Mode
The ECO-mode allows the activation to change 6.16 ambiLED
into the Tower mode.
The ambiLED ring around the user interface
Key LED Remark serves as a status inidcator. The operator can see
the operation state of the device through the colors
The ECO-On LED begins to of the ambiLED.
flash.
The blue symbolizes the wheel mode. The green
symbolizes the tower mode. The blinking red light
To get into the tower-mode the regeneration tem- symbolizes an alarm.
perature must be below 200C / 392F.
The change to tower-mode, depending on
the drying behavior, can take up to a min.
of 5 hours (from the turn ON of the main
switch).

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7 Maintenance 7.1 Maintenance intervals
This chapter assumes knowledge of acci- Please observe the specified maintenance inter-
dent prevention rules, operating conditions, vals. This is the only way to ensure your unit
and safety regulations and their implemen- functions safety and properly and that we can
tation. extend full warranty benefits in accordance with
our warranty conditions.
This chapter assumes electrical and me-
chanical skills gained as a result of educa- Responsibility for maintenance and regular inspec-
tion, experience and training. tion of the safety devices on the unit falls to the
system operator as soon as the operator takes
Name a supervisor before beginning any possession of the unit.
maintenance or repair work.
Deactivate all power to the unit before performing
Disconnect all power sources before per- any maintenance. Cut the supply of electricity to
forming any work. the unit. Cold water lines and any other lines to or
Keep written records of all work performed. from the unit should be deactivated.
Do not operate this unit in a partially disas- The said table is an overview for the maintenance
sembled state. and repair personnel. Depending on the plastic
granulate and the operation, the intervals must be
Maintenance and repair procedures not adjusted. In the following chapters, the activities
described here may be performed or as- are explained and described in a more detailed
signed ONLY by Wittmann service techni- way.
cians, or qualified personnel authorized by
Wittmann.
Operating

Operating

Operating
hours

hours

hours
2000
400
50

Component Activities

safe installation, wiring, check for leaks or damage, replace if


- - C/R
switch, hoses, connections necessary

Blow the filter from inside out. Use com-


return air filter I R R/C
pressed air.

Blow the filter from inside out. Use com-


regeneration air filter I R R/C
pressed air.

air filter housing I R R Check for cracks and leaks.

return air cooler I I R Check fins visually and blow them out.

cooling water hoses I I I Visual inspection for cracks

process blower I I I Clean cooling fins of dirt

Check for friction points, Control connec-


Air duct hoses I I I
tions

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Operating

Operating

Operating
hours

hours

hours
2000
400
50
Component Activities

Wheel seal I I I Check for cracks and leaks.

dew point sensor I I R Check housing for leaks, free them from dirt

Check for cracks and broken places, replace


belt I I I
if necessary
Check for cracks and broken places, control
wiring I I I
connections

Kstrolith 4AK renew after 5 to 8 years


R = Replace, I = Inspection, L = Lubricate, C = Clean, A = Drain / Renew

7.1.1 Safeguarding and power supply 7.1.4 Return air cooler


On a regular basis, check one time per year all If a return air cooler is installed, check them for
safeguarding, lines, switches, hoses, and threaded leaks. Remove the return air cooler after 2000
connections for leakage, damage, and tightness. hours and check the condenser coils for buildup.
Repair any defects immediately. Clean them if necessary. Clean the return air
cooler with compressed air and a soft brush.
7.1.2 Return air filter
7.1.5 Cooling water hoses
Loosen the wing nut and remove the lid. Loosen
the wing nut and washers and remove the filter. Check the hoses of the cooling water for damage,
Blow out the filter from inside to outside. Check the cracks, fraying, porosity and smoothness.
filter for damage and replace it if necessary. When
inserting the filter, the seals of the filter and the
filter bowl must fit well. Secure the filter with the 7.1.6 Process blower
washers and wing nut. Place the lid and secure Clean the fan and the cooling fins of dirt. Check
them with the wing nut. how tight the air hoses fit and check for friction
If the filter becomes clogged due to con- points.
densation, the filter should be replaced and
an optional condensate separator must be
used.
7.1.7 Air duct hoses
Check all hoses for secure connections. If neces-
sary, remove the hose clamps and check in the
7.1.3 Regeneration air filter hoses for buildup. Check the hoses for pressure
Loosen the wing nut and remove the lid. Loosen and friction points. Replace faulty hoses immedi-
the wing nut and washers and remove the filter. ately with new hoses, otherwise there is a risk of
Blow out the filter from inside to outside. Check the overheating the unit.
filter for damage and replace it if necessary. When
inserting the filter, the seals of the filter and the
filter bowl must fit well. Secure the filter with the
7.1.8 Wheel seal
washers and wing nut. Place the lid and secure Check the wheel seal of the drying wheel for leaks.
them with the wing nut. Replace the seal if necessary.
If the filter becomes clogged due to con-
densation, the filter should be replaced and
an optional condensate separator must be
used.

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7.1.9 Dew point sensor 7.1.12 Kstrolith 4AK
Check the tightness of the copper lines and clean Skin contact may cause drying.
them. Check the plug connection of the power When the desiccant comes in contact
supply is firmly seated. If there is any buildup, with water, noticeable heat occurs.
clean it carefully.
It is recommended to prevent dust gen-
eration.
7.1.10 Belt In case of dust generation, use respirator
Check the belt for cracks or breaks and replace the masks, goggles and protective gloves.
belt if necessary. It is recommended to exchange the Kstrolith 4 AK
Replace the belt every year. every 5-8 years. Remove the drying wheel. Inform
your nearest Wittmann agency and send us the
drying wheel. In return you will receive a filled
7.1.11 Wiring drying wheel. Mount the drying wheel in the
DRYMAX.
Check the wiring for grinding and breaking points.
Check the attachment of all connectors. Check all
bolts for tightness of electrical connections. If
necessary, tighten the bolts.

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8 Faults

8.1 Alarm list


If an error is identified the error number will be shown on the display (Exx). If an error can be allocat-
ed to a component, this is additionally indicated by the appropriate LED flashing.

1 Error message Error in safety chain


10 Error message Tolerance exceeded Silo 1
12 Error message Tolerance exceeded Silo 1 return air
14 Error message Tolerance exceeded regeneration 1
16 Error message Tolerance exceeded Reg. exhaust air 1
20 Error message Tolerance exceeded dew point
30 Error message Tolerance undercut Silo 1
32 Error message Tolerance undercut Silo 1 return air
34 Error message Tolerance undercut regeneration 1
36 Error message Tolerance undercut Reg. exhaust air 1
40 Error message Tolerance undercut dew point sensor
48 Error message Process blower pressure monitoring
49 Error message Return air filter monitoring
50 Error message Sensor break Silo 1
52 Error message Sensor break Silo 1 return air
54 Error message Sensor break Regeneration 1
56 Error message Sensor break Regeneration exhaust air 1
60 Error message Sensor break dew point
68 Error message Cooler not sufficient
69 Error message Wheel is not rotating
71 Error message E01 after main switch off, without aware cooling time
72 Error message EEPROM and SW do not match
74 Error message New EEPROM (Reset required)
76 Service message Service needed
77 Error message ADC plug-in card not recognized
78 Error message IO plug-in card not recognized
79 Error message Step-motor plug-in card not recognized

8.2 Troubleshooting
Check the power supply of the device.

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9 Replacement Parts

9.1 Aton F

When ordering replacement parts, always Order number (RS xxxx)


state: Machine number
Control number
Replacement part number (if available)

13

1
6

5
2

8
9

3
14

12
7

Pos. Description Item No. Pos. Description Item No.


1 Belt MA-1044 8 Seal K101-3016
2 Wheel Seal up K101-2935 9 Temperature sensor EW-595
3 Wheel Seal down K101-2936 12 Side channel blower CP-87
Drying wheel F70 K201-1048 Side channel blower F70 CP-86
4 13
Drying wheel F120 K201-1028 Side channel blower F120 CP-45
5 Gear MA-1039 14 Heater K101-2955
6 Stepper motor EM-397 Hose diameter DN40 CA-189
7 Seal K101-923 Hose diameter DN60 CA-91
Kstrolith 4 AK CA-24

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10

15

9
16

11

14

14

Pos. Description Item No.


10 Switch: Thermostatic EW-762
11 Switch: Compressed air EW-734
14 Air filter CA-193
15 Sleeve ML-1188
16 Role: Drive Wheel K101-3423

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9.2 Aton F / integrated BS/6-system

2
1

7
6
6

Pos. Description Item No.


1 Bypass valve BS6 F201-781
2 Filter element CA-455
3 Valve bypass F201-780
4 Side channel blower CP-94
5 Filter element CA-392
6 Cylinder PZ-513
7 Valve 5/2 PV-317
Further replacement parts, see - 9.1 Aton F

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10 Technical data

F70-x-M

F70-x-M

F120-x-

F120-x-
heater

heater

heater

heater
3 kW

6 kW

3 kW

6 kW
F120

DRYMAX
F70

ATON F

Air output 50 Hz 70 120


m/h
Air output 60 Hz 84 144
EU: 400 V / 3 Ph / 50 Hz
US: 480 V / 3 Ph / 60 Hz
Mains voltage CA: 575 V / 3 Ph / 60 Hz
JP: 208 V / 3 Ph / 50 Hz
MEX: 440V / 3 Ph / 60 Hz
400V: 4,92 400V: 10,12 400V: 10,92 400V: 5,68 400V: 10,88 400V: 11,68
440V: 5,12 440V:10,32 440V: 11,12 440V: 5,96 440V: 11,16 440V: 11,96
Connected load kVA
480V: 5,24 480V: 10,43 480V: 11,24 480V: 6,15 480V: 11,35 480V: 12,15
208V: 4,78 208V: 9,98 208V: 10,78 208V: 5,47 208V: 10,66 208V: 11,47
Kstrolith 4 AK kg 9,5 9,5 9,5 15,5 15,5 15,5
Connection cable 5m
Mains plug 32 A CEE
dB
Noise development < 82
(A)
Weight kg ~ 129 ~ 271

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100 M

150 M

200 M

300 M
F70H

DRYMAX
F70

F70

F70

F70

F70

F70
100

ATON F70

Length A mm 1200 1200 1300 1300 1500 1500 1500


Width B mm 800 800 1100 1100 1350 1350 1350
Height C mm 1400 1400 1800 1950 2100 2450 2450
Weight kg 141 143 173 207 217 225 239
F120H

100M

150M

200M

300M

400M
F120

F120

F120

F120

F120

F120

F120

DRYMAX
100

ATON F120

Length A mm 1300 1300 1300 1300 1300 1500 1500 1500


Width B mm 1100 1100 1100 1100 1100 1350 1350 1200
Height C mm 1500 1500 1900 1950 2100 2450 2250 2150
Weight kg 173 175 205 232 242 250 264 274

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11 Customer Service Centers

11.1 Europe
Austria / Headquarter Wien Great Britain /Ireland
Wittmann Wittmann Battenfeld UK LTD
Kunststoffgerte GmbH Sanders Road, Finedon Road
Lichtblaustrae 10 Industrial Estate
A-1220 Vienna, Austria Wellingborough
Office: 0043-1 250 39-0 GB-NN8 4NL Northants
Fax: 0043-1 259 71 70 Great Britain
info@wittmann-group.at Office: 0044-1933275777
Fax: 0044-1933270590
Germany info@wittmann-group.co.uk
Witmann Robot Systeme GmbH www.wittmann-group.co.uk
Am Gewerbepark 1-3
D-64823 Gro Umstadt Denmark
Deutschland Wittmann Battenfeld ApS
Tel. + 49 - 607893390 Kratbjerg 202
Fax. + 49 - 6078933940 DK-3480 Fredensborg
info.de@wittmann-group.com Denmark
www.wittmann-group.com Tel.: +45-4846 6500
Fax +45-4846 6519
Wittmann Robot Systeme GmbH info@wittmann-robot.dk
Haimendorfer Strae 48 www.wittmann.dk
D-90571 Schwaig/Nbg.
Deutschland Finland
Tel. + 49-911953870 WiBa Finland Oy
Fax + 49-9119538750 Pailinnantie 6
info.de@wittmann-group.com FI-24910 Halikko as.
www.wittmann-group.com FINLAND
Tel. +358 44 72 73 810
Belgium / Netherland / Luxemburg petri.haggman@wiba.fi
Wittmann Battenfeld Benelux N.V. www.wiba.fi
Nieuwlandlaan 1 a
Industriepark B 190 Polen
3200 Aarschot Dopak Sp.z.o.o.
Belgium ul. Sokalska 2
Tel. +32 16 55 11 80 54-614 Wroclaw
Fax +32 16 56 26 59 Polen
info@wittmann-group.be Office: +48 71 35840-00
www.wittmann-group.be Fax: +48 71 35840-10
dopak@dopak.pl
Bulgaria www.dopak.pl
Wittmann Battenfeld Bulgaria EOOD
Hr. Smirnenski Str. 24 Czech Republic / Slovakia
4147 Kalekovets Wittmann Battenfeld CZ spol. S.r.o.
BULGARIA Male Nepodrice 67
Office: +359 3124 2284 CZ - 397 01 Pisek
Fax: +359 3124 2279 Czech Republic
jassen.sterev@wittmann-group.com Tel.: 00420 384 972 165
www.wittmann-battenfeld.com Fax.: 00420 382 272 996
info@wittmann-group.cz
www.wittmann-group.cz

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Hungary Sweden / Norway
Wittmann Robottechnikai Kft. Battenfeld Sverige AB
H-9200 Mosonmagyarvr Skallebackavgen 29
Eke u. 6 30241 Halmstad
Hungary SWEDEN
Office : +36 96 577470 Office: +46 35 15 59 50
Fax: +36 96 577471 Fax: +46 35 15 59 59
info.hu@wittmann-group.com info@battenfeld.se
www.wittmann-grouo.com www.battenfeld.se
Slovenia/Croatia/Bosnia Herzegovina France
Robos d.o.o Wittmann Battenfeld France SAS
Pot na Debeli hrib 50 27, Rue de la Tuilerie
SLO-1291 Skofljica Z.I. Tuilerie II
SLOVENIA F-38170 Seyssinet - Pariset
Peter Zajc FRANCE
Tel./Fax: +386 1 781 00 44 Office: +334-76842727
mobile: +386 41 779 019 Fax: +334-76842720
info@robos.si info@wittmann-group.fr
www.robos.si www.wittmann-group.fr
Italy Wittmann Battenfeld France SAS
Wittmann Battenfeld Italia Srl ZA Champ Frvant
Via Donizetti, 9 F-39360 Chassal
20020 Solaro MI France
ITALY Office: +333-84415454
Tel. + 39 (02) 96 98 10 20 Fax: +333-84415455
Fax + 39 (02) 96 98 10 29 info@wittmann-group.fr
info@wittmann-group.it www.wittmann-group.fr
www.wittmann-battenfeld.com
Spain
www.wittmann-group.it
Wittmann Battenfeld Spain S.L.
Romania Pol. Ind. Plans d' arau
Wittmann Battenfeld S.R.L. C/Thomas Alva Edisson Nr. 1
Cotroceni Business Center 08787 La Pobla de Claramunt
B-dul Iuliu Maniu Nr.7, Corp T, Et. 2, Sector 6 Barcelona
Bucuresti SPAIN
RO 061072 Office: 0034-93808 78 60
ROMANIA Fax: 0034-93808 71 97
Tel. +40 720 227 255 info@wittmann-group.es
Fax. +40 213 172 718 www.wittmann-group.es
bogdan.nestor@wittmann-group.com
Greece
www.wittmann-battenfeld.com
Casamesta Ltd
Russia 16 Krinon
OOO Battenfeld Injection Molding Russia PC 3110 Limassol
Altufievskoe shosse ZYPERN
house 48, block 1, office 304 info@viopolymer.gr
127566 Moscow
Turkey
RUSSIA
Wittmann Battenfeld Plastik Makineleri Ltd. ti.
Tel. +7 495 983-02-45
Kkyal i merkezi
Fax. +7 495 983-02-45
Girne Mahallesi, Irmak Sokak
general@battenfeld.ru
F Blok No: 20
www.battenfeld.ru
TK-34582 Maltepe stanbul
Switzerland/Liechtenstein TURKEY
Wittmann Kunststofftechnik AG Office: +90 216 550 93 14
Uznacherstr. 18 Fax: +90 216 550 93 17
CH-8722 Kaltbrunn info.tr@wittmann-group.com
Schweiz www.wittmann.com.tr
Office: +41(0) 55 293 40 93
Fax: +41(0) 55 293 40 94
info@wittmann-group.ch
www.wittmann-group.ch

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Serbia plasticos@maprimaq.com
Primex Export-Import www.maprimaq.com
Bul. Revolucije 290
Costa Rica
11050 Beograd
Jonathan Jos Barth Solis
SERBIA
Asesor Externo Wittmann Battenfeld Costa Rica
Tel. +381 11 2417 362
Villa Barsa de la Escuela, San Diego 200 Mts. Sur
Fax. +381 11 2412 271
Calle la Claudia
primex@sezampro.rs
Desamparados Alajuela
www.wittmann-robot.com
COSTA RICA
C.P. 20110
Tel. +506 24 41 53 24
11.2 North America jonathan.barth-consultor@wittmann-group.mx

Canada Central America / Dominican Republic


Wittmann Canada Inc. Jonathan Barth
35 Leek Crescent Wittmann Battenfeld Mxico S.A. de C.V.
Richmond Hill, ON L4B 4C2 Tel. +506 8386 54 32
Tel. (905) 887-5355 jbarth@wittmann.com.mx
Fax (905) 887-1162 www.wittmann-robot.com
toll free: 1 888 466 8266
info@wittmann-group.ca
www.witmann-group.ca 11.3 South America
USA
Brazil
Wittmann Battenfeld Inc.
Wittmann do Brasil Ltda.
1 Technology Park Drive
Av. Francisco de Angelis
Torrington, CT 06790
166 - Jardim Okita
USA
13043-100 Campinas SP
Office: +1(860) 496 - 9603
BRAZIL
Fax: +1(860) 482 - 2069
Office: +55 19 3234 9464
info.us@wittmann-group.com
Fax: +55 19 3234 3784
www.wittmann-ct.com
wittmann@wittmann-group.com.br
West Coast regional office: www.wittmann-group.com.br
29222 Rancho Viejo Road, Suite 113-A
Chile
San Juan Capistrano, California
Victor Hugo Cordovez & Boris Pizarro
Midwest Tech Center: Intermaq LTDA
Elgin, IL Manuel Fischmann 0568
Tel.: +1 847 844 1811 La Cisterna, Santiago
CHILE
Mxico
Tel: + 56-2-3109108
Wittmann Battenfeld Mxico S.A. de C.V.
victorcordovez@intermaq.cl
Av. Rafael Sesma Huerta No. 21
boris@intermaq.cl
Parque Industrial FINSA
C.P. 76246 Colombia
El Marqus Quertaro Jairo Mantilla
MEXICO Asesor Externo WIBA Colombia
Tel. +52 442 10 17 100 Calle 152 A No. 13-58 Torre 2Apt.
Fax + 52 442 10 17 101 702 Edificio el Cedro
info@wittmann-group.mx Bogot
www.wittmann-group.mx COLOMBIA
Tel: +57 (1) 648 53 13
Guatemala / Honduras / El Salvador
jairo.mantilla-consultor@wittmann-group.mx
maprimaq
Calzada Roosevelt 22-43 zona 11
TIKAL FUTURA - Business & Convention Center
Torre Sol - Oficinas 9C & 9D
Guatemala Ciudad
Guatemala, C.A. (01011)
Office: +502 2440 1840
Fax: +502 2440 1830
Mobile: +502 5781 2777

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11.4 Asia Fax. +886 4 2567 9372
info@wittmann-group.tw
China www.wittmann-group.cn
Wittmann Robot (Kunshan) Co. Ltd. Emirate (VAE)
No. 1, Wittmann Road, Bahrain / Oman / Kuwait / Qatar
Dianshanhu, Kunshan Eurogulf Industrial Supplies LLC
Jiangsu Province, P.O. Box: 3689
CHINA 215345 Sharjah
Office: + 86 512 5748 3388 UNITED ARAB. EMIRATES
Fax: + 86 512 5748 3399 Managing Director Mr. Walter Cornelisse
info@wittmann-group.cn walter@erogulf.net
www.wittmann-group.cn
Malaysia
Wittmann Battenfeld (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. Wittmann Battenfeld (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd
1908-1909, Building 915 No. 16, Jalan Bandar Limabelas
Oasis Middlering Business Centre Pusat Bandar Puchong
No. 915 Zhenbei Road, Shanghai 47100 Selangor
CHINA 200333 D.E. MALAYSIA
Office: +86 21 5489 2121 Tel.: + 60 3 5882 6028
Fax: +86 21 5489 3239 Fax.: + 60 3 5882 6036
info@wittmann-group.cn info@wittmann-group.my
www.wittmann-group.cn www.wittmann-group.com
Japan Korea
Plastron Corporation DIGITRADING Co. Ltd.
229-1 Aza Aotahara, #201, 192-10, Shinbu-dong
Arai Motomiya-Machi, Chun an si, Chung nam
Adachi-gun South Korea 330-991
969-11 Fukushima-Ken Mr. Chani Park
Japan Tel. + 82 31 429 7911
Office: +81 2433 63371 Fax + 82 31 429 7915
Fax: +81 2433 63373 digitrad@kornet.net
tanito@plastron.co.jp www.wittmann-robot.com
www.wittmann-robot.com
India
Singapore/Indonesien/Vietnam Wittmann Battenfeld India pvt Ltd.
Wittmann Battenfeld (Singapore) Pte. Ltd. 2, Kuppuswamy Naicker street
No. 48 Toh Guan Road East, #03-123 Ashok nagar
Enterprise Hub Arumugam Nagar - Chinna Porur
SINGAPORE 608586 Chennai 116
Tel. +65 6795 8829 INDIA
Fax +65 6795 8786 Tel.: + 91 44 42077009
info@wittmann-group.sg nanda.kumar@wittmann-group.com
www.wittmann-group.com
Israel
Thailand A Zohar Ltd.
Wittmann Battenfeld (Thailand) Co. Ltd. Systems & Technology
294/2 Soi RK Office Park Trade Center Hashmura str. 2
Romklao Rd., Klong Sam Prawet IL-30900 Zichron YaAkov
Lad Krabang ISRAEL
Bangkok 10520 Mr. Arieh Zohar
THAILAND Tel. + 972 54 4270 582
Tel. +66 2 184 9653 Fax + 972 54 6392 113
Fax +66 2 184 9654 Hdy + 972 64 4270 582
info@wittmann-group.th Fax + 972 64 4270 583
www.wittmann-group.com azohar@netvision.net.il
Taiwan www.wittmann-robot.com
Wittmann Battenfeld (Taiwan) Co. Ltd.
No. 365, Dalin Rd., Daya Dist.
Taichung Country 42847
TAIWAN (R.O.C.)
Tel. +886 4 2567 9272

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11.5 Africa 11.6 Australia
South Africa Australia/New Zealand
MOULDPLAS MARKETING PTY LTD Wittmann Battenfeld Australia Pty Ltd
[P.O. Box 960 North Riding 2162] Unit 9, Garden Boulevard
4 Kya Sands Road Dingley Village VIC 3172
Kya Sands Industrial Estate PO Box 614 Braeside 3195
Randburg, 2163 AUSTRALIA
Gauteng Province Office: +61 3 9551 4200
SOUTH AFRICA Fax: +61 3 9551 4300
Office: +27 11 462 2920 steven.mohr@wittmann-group.com.au
Fax: +27 11 462 2108 www.wittmann-group.com.au
bryan@mouldplas.co.za
Egypt
MEISCA Middle East
Industrial Services & Commercial Agencies
27 Ahmend Fakhry Str.,
Apt. 2-Zone 6 Nasr City
Cairo 11391
+20 (2) 2270 0919
+20 (2) 2271 7032
info@meisca.com
Marocco
Germany Plast/Alasil
44 Ang Avenue Hassen 2 - Rue Med Abdou
B Nr. 5 Kenitra
Casablanca
Marokko
Office: 00212 537378096
Fax: 0537379046
germany.plast@googlemail.com
Tunisia
FLUIDES SERVICES
Immeuble SAADI Tour E.F. - App. No. 12
1082 cit Mahrajane
TUNIS
TUNISIA
Tel. +21671 714 736
Fax. +21971 700 882
fluides.services@planet.tn
www.fluides-services.com

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12 Annex

12.1 Parameter orientation table


Process- Pre-drying Air quanti-
Abbre- Bulk density
Plastic temperature time ty
viation [kg/dm]
[C] [h] [m/kg]
Acrylnitril-Butadien-Styrol ABS 80 2,5 0,63 1,62
Acrylnitril-Styrol-Acrylester ASA 80 3 0,66 1,62
Zelluloseacetat CA 65 2,5 0,78 2,46
Zelluloseacetobutyrat CAB 60 2,5 0,71 2,38
Zellulosepropionat CP 70 2,5 0,74 2,31
Ethylen-Vinlyacetat-Cop. EVA 80 2 0,57 2,86
Ionomere Ionomere 90 3,5 0,56 2,59
Liquid Crystal Polymer LCP 150 4 0,83 1,62
Polyamid 11 PA11 75 3 (*) 0,62 1,63
Polyamid 12 PA12 75 3 (*) 0,62 2,07
Polyamid 6 PA6 80 3 (*) 0,68 2,11
Polyamid 6-10 PA610 80 3 (*) 0,65 2,11
Polyamid 6-3-T PA63T 80 3 (*) 0,67 1,87
Polyamid 6-6 PA66 80 3 (*) 0,68 2,11
Polyamid 6-6, 35% Glasfaser PA66 80 3 (*) 0,85 1,74
GF35
Polyaryletherketone PAEK 150 3 0,78 1,70
Polybutylentherephthalat PBT 120 3,5 0,81 1,72
Polybutylentherephthalat, 30% Glasfaser PBT 120 3,5 0,92 1,72
GF30
Polycarbonat PC 120 3 0,72 1,34
Polycarbonat, 30% Glasfaser PC GF30 120 3 0,86 1,24
Polycyclohexylenedimethyleneterephthalate PCTG 75 6 0,74 1,95
+ Glycol (Cop.)
Polyetheretherketon PEEK 160 4 0,79 2,54
Polyetheretherketon, 30% Glasfaser PEEK 160 4 0,89 2,01
GF30
Polyethylen z.B. mit Ru gefllt PE- 90 3 0,57 2,23
gefllt
(lineares) Hart-Polyethylen PE-HD 90 1,5 0,58 2,23
Polyetherimid PEI 150 3,5 0,76 1,40
(verzweigtes) Weich-Polyethylen PE-LD 80 1,5 0,55 2,36
Lineares Polyethylen niederer Dichte PE-LLD 90 1,5 0,55 2,23
(lineares) Polyethylen mittlerer Dichte PE-MD 90 1,5 0,56 2,23

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Polyethersulfon PES 150 3,5 0,82 1,52
Polyethersulfon, 30% Glasfaser PES 150 3,5 0,96 1,46
GF30
Polyethylentherephthalat (injection) PET 125 4 0,84 1,72
Polyethylentherephthalat (preforms, extru- PET-A 170 6 0,84 2,13
sion)
glykolmodifiziertes Polyethylentherephthalat PETG 65 4 0,76 1,74
Perflour Alcoxyalkan Cop. PFA 120 3 1,30 1,28
Polyflouralkoxy-Cop. PFA-TFA 120 3 1,30 1,28
Polymethylmethacrylat PMMA 80 3,5 0,71 1,83
Polyoxymethylen POM 100 2,5 0,85 1,66
Polyoxymethylen, 30% Glasfaser POM 100 2,5 0,96 1,37
GF30
Polypropylen PP 90 1,5 0,54 2,00
Polypropylen, 20% Glasfaser PP GF20 90 3 0,63 1,80
Polypropylen, 30% Glasfaser PP GF30 90 3 0,68 1,66
Polypropylen, 40% Mineral PP M40 90 3 0,73 1,63
Polyphthalamid PPA 100 6 0,69 1,58
Polyphthalamid, 33% Glasfaser PPA 100 6 0,89 1,36
GF33
Polyphenylenether PPE 100 2 0,65 1,36
Polyphenylenether, 30% Glasfaser PPE 100 2 0,77 1,52
GF30
Polyphenylenoxid PPO 100 2,5 0,64 1,61
Polyphenylensulfid PPS 150 3,5 0,80 1,63
Polyphenylensulfid, 40% Glasfaser PPS 150 3 0,99 1,38
GF40
Polystyrol PS 80 1,5 0,63 1,62
Polysulfon PSU 140 2,5 0,74 2,55
Polysulfon, 20% Glasfaser PSU 150 3 0,84 2,38
GF20
Polysulfon modifiziert PSU mod 150 3 0,74 1,96
Polyurethan-Elastomere PUR 90 2,5 0,73 2,00
Polyvinylchlorid PVC 70 1,5 0,81 1,15
Weich-Polyvinylchlorid PVC-P 70 1,5 0,78 1,22
Hart-Polyvinylchlorid PVC-U 70 1,5 0,87 1,15
Polyvinylidenfluorid PVDF 140 3 1,07 1,39
Styrol-Acrylnitril-Copolymer SAN 80 2,5 0,65 1,49
Styrol-Butadien-Copolymer SB 70 1,5 0,63 1,76
Thermopl.-Copolyester TPE-E 100 3 0,71 2,04
Thermopl. Polyurethan (weich) (TPU) TPE-U 90 2 0,73 1,88
(*) applies to bagged products

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12.2 Data sheet Kstrolith 4AK

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12.3 Declaration of Conformity

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