Microturbine Search Engine Series
Capstone Turbine Publications search was updated real-time via Filemaker on:Capstone Turbine Publications | Return to Search List
Search Completed | Title | UNIGIN Service Bulletin 4 heat recovery unit users
Original File Name Searched: UnifinSB4.pdf | Google It | Yahoo | Bing
Text | UNIGIN Service Bulletin 4 heat recovery unit users | 001
1030 Clarke Side Road • Box 5395 • Station B • London, ON Canada N6A 4P4 firstname.lastname@example.org
SERVICE BULLETIN 4 DATE: March 20, 2002 R0
TO: micoGenTM Heat Recovery Unit Users
Contact: Carmine Fontana, Customer Service Manager
RE: Actuator Cycling
From: L. Brescacin,
Thermal Engineering & QA Manager
PHONE: (519) 451-0310 Ext 143
EMAIL: FontanaC@kochind.com FAX: (519) 451-0310
UNIFIN’s micoGenTM units have been designed to primarily operate in the recovery mode. In doing so it is intended that once the Turbine exhaust exceeds Gas Set Point 2, the actuator of the micoGenTM unit will move the diverter to the recovery mode and it should stay there the majority of the time. If the actuator cycles frequently, more that 5 cycles per hour, the set points and operating conditions should be reviewed per the following guidelines. Frequent cycling of the actuator will result in it failing prematurely.
Set Point Recommendations:
a) Water Set Point #2 (WSP2) should be 5 °F more than the Operating water inlet temperature.
b) Water Set Point #1 (WSP1) should be 5 °F more than the Operating water outlet temperature.
c) The difference between Water Set Point #1 and Water Set Point #2 must be greater than 10 °F.
Cycling of the actuator due to failure to comply with these recommendations will nullify the warranty of the actuator and diverter mechanism.
Image | UNIGIN Service Bulletin 4 heat recovery unit users
|Capstone Turbine For Sale - Microturbine C30 C65 C200 C600 C800 C1000 - Go to microturbine website|
Search Engine Contact: email@example.com