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1.1

Preface

Dear customer,

As a planner for ventilation technology in laboratories, you need a quick overview and a reliable basis for your work and planning. You would also like to quickly and ef ciently create service descriptions and technical speci cations for your projects.

In this planning manual, you will nd important suggestions and ideas on these subjects.

Please note that when planning and installing monitoring and control systems for fume hoods, the relevant standards and regulations, which are described in more detail in chapters 11 and 12, must be observed.

If you cannot carry out all your planning tasks with this manual and require further information, please call us. We are always grateful to receive suggestions and comments about this planning manual.

On the following you will nd the addresses and telephone numbers of your contact persons at SCHNEIDER Elektronik.

Give us a call and talk to your SCHNEIDER contact person!

SCHNEIDER.

The

experts

in

laboratory

ventilation

technology.

SCHNEIDER Elektronik GmbH Industriestraße 4 D-61449 Steinbach GERMANY

Phone:

+49 (0) 6171 / 884 79-0

Fax:

+49 (0) 6171 / 884 79-99

E-mail: info@Schneider-Elektronik.de Internet: www.Schneider-Elektronik.de

Note:

You can also download this manual as a PDF le from our website.

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1.2 SCHNEIDER contact persons

So that we can quickly and competently help you as a planner and our customers, we have sales of ces in central locations. The sales of ce that is closest to you is the one that is responsible for you.

Please select your contact person from the following list.

The country code for Germany is 0049.

Location

Company

Contact persons

Telephone

e-mail

Mobile

Frankfurt

SCHNEIDER

Rainer Bufe

06171/884 79-81 0171/381 22 46

Rainer.Bufe@schneider-elektronik.de

Frankfurt

SCHNEIDER

Bernd Drost

06171/884 79-83 0171/447 66 49

Bernd.Drost@schneider-elektronik.de

Frankfurt

SCHNEIDER

Andreas Nagel

06171/884 79-89 0170/915 88 50

Andreas.Nagel@schneider-elektronik.de

Frankfurt

SCHNEIDER

Dirk Streitenberger

06171/884 79-23 0175/194 52 97

Dirk.Streitenberger@schneider-elektronik.de

Kolbingen

SCHAKO

Siegbert Bantle

07463/980-194

Siegbert.Bantle@schako.de

0162/260 12 31

Lingen

SLT

Bernd Ruhwinkel

0591/973 37-29 0176/197 337 67

Bernd.Ruhwinkel@slt-lingen.de

1.3 SCHNEIDER services

1.3.1 Support for planners

SCHNEIDER supports laboratory planners and engineering consultants for ventilation systems with up-to-date product information, invitations to trade fairs and professional conferences as well as with competent contact persons in the area of air technology for laboratories.

1.3.2 Consulting/planning

Every project requires customised solutions. The SCHNEIDER LabSystem product range and the cooperation with our experts ensure cost-ef cient, optimal system solutions. The focus is on the bene ts for the customer.

1.3.3 Customer training

The perfect control system for fume hoods is only as good as the ability of its operators to use it. In order that optimal operation and maintenance of the ventilation systems can be achieved, SCHNEIDER offers intensive and individual training for planners, decision makers, system support teams, laboratory furniture manufacturers, safety of cers and users.

1.3.4 Implementation and on-site service

Highly quali ed engineers and technicians ensure that your orders are carried out on schedule and that the systems are fully functional and ready for use. A national service network guarantees full functioning of the systems.

SCHNEIDER offers customised service packages that are tailored exactly to your needs.

Just contact us.

that are tailored exactly to your needs. Just contact us. LabSystem Planning Manual Air technology for

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2.1 How do I use this planning manual?

Please use the ow diagram to ensure that you have rapid, accurate access to the planning manual.

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11 Safety in the laboratory
12 Standards and guidelines
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2.2 Suggestions for changes and improvements

For all users of this planning manual:

To ensure that you gain the maximum bene t from this planning manual, we would like to integrate your suggestions in this document.

We are interested in all your suggestions and we have therefore included a letter/fax template for your personal feedback on the following page.

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To:

From:

SCHNEIDER Elektronik GmbH Dept.: Technical documentation Industriestraße 4

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Fax:

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Fax:

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3.1 Disclaimer

This planning manual does not claim to be comprehensive or free of errors. We took great care when compiling the texts and illustrations. However, we cannot fully rule out the possibility of errors.

We take no responsibility or liability for errors that are due to incorrect, incorrectly understood or in the meantime outdated instructions and descriptions.

technological lead. Our highly quali ed team of engineers has comprehensive know-how in the areas of customer- speci c controllers and networked systems. One of our company's main concerns is to provide added value for our customers with our products. That is why we are particularly active in the eld of health and safety at work and energy saving.

Quality

We reserve the right to update the documentation with changes without having to announce these changes.

As a partner for medium-sized companies in industry, we work with the most modern production methods and make the highest demands on quality. We work in accordance

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presentation.

4.1 Company pro le

Who is SCHNEIDER ELEKTRONIK?

The medium-sized company was founded in 1958 by Hans Schneider. Its main area of business was and still is the development and production of customer-speci c control and regulation systems. Since 1990 we have consistently used this know-how to develop innovative products for air and laboratory technology.

To our motto SCHNEIDER regulates air we can now add

the following:

and much more!

Air technology for laboratories

With a market share of over 85% in Germany, we are clearly the market leader in the area of functional monitoring systems and automatic sash controllers for fume hoods. With rapid and innovative developments we are continually gaining further market shares in the fume hood controllers business segment. We have successfully carried out the largest European project (ETH Zurich/Switzerland) and numerous other large projects in the chemical and pharmaceutical industry as well as in research and education. Our quality standards and our highly motivated employees are considered to demonstrate a high level of competence.

What else does SCHNEIDER do?

In addition to laboratory technology, we now also develop innovative products in the business areas of heating furnace and vacuum controllers, medical electronics, lter controllers and self-cleaning lter systems.

Growth

As a rapidly expanding and innovative company, we have increased our business volume by 250% over the last 5 years. We invest more than 10% of our revenue in research and development.

Visit our web page:

http:\\www.Schneider-Elektronik.de

Here you will nd more information about our company.

If you would like further information, give us a call. We would be pleased to advise you.

We are experts in laboratory ventilation technology.

Let us control it for you.

Research and development

Intensive cooperation with colleges and universities and dedicated participation in standards committees as well as numerous patents ensure that we maintain and extend our

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5.1 System description

Introduction

The demands on ventilation systems and units in laboratories are continually increasing. The focus is on the safety of people.

A special appliance for protecting the safety of laboratory

workers is the fume hood, which is intended to reduce the escape of dangerous substances such as gases, vapours, aerosols or dust to minimal levels.

System components

For this, careful system planning is necessary, comprising room supply air control, fume hood monitoring and control and room exhaust air control.

SCHNEIDER offers all the necessary monitoring components. The advantage for the user is that the entire system is available from a single source and thus functions without compatibility problems.

5.1.1 Fume hood monitors

The SCHNEIDER FM100, FM500 and iM50 monitoring systems are designed for the functional monitoring of

ventilation in fume hoods and work entirely independently

of the volume ow controller that is used. This means that

fume hoods with variable or with constant volume ows can be safely monitored. The exhaust air volume ow is continuously measured with a differential pressure sensor and compared to a setpoint. When the setpoint is underrun, an optical and acoustic alarm is activated.

Optionally a ow sensor can be connected to the FM100 or FM500 monitoring systems to monitor a constant face velocity in the front area of the fume hood. The iM50 face velocity monitor already has an integrated ow sensor.

Suitable for all constructions

A monitoring system is mandatory for all fume hoods in

accordance with DIN EN 14175. The FM100, FM500 and iM50 are suitable for tting in all fume hood models and constructions and are thus ideally suited for retro tting. Volume ow measuring devices round off the SCHNEIDER product range and improve measuring accuracy.

Standards

SCHNEIDER monitoring systems ful l all European and American standards, such as the British Standard, DIN, DIN EN, Norm Francaise, ASHRAE, etc.

5.1.2 Fume hood controllers

FC500 and iCM are fully variable control systems for fume hoods with integrated fume hood monitoring in accordance with DIN EN 14175. The exhaust air volume ow of the fume hood is regulated depending on the sash position

(horizontal and vertical). A motor driven, adjustable control damper is moved until the programmable setpoint corresponds to the actual value of the exhaust air volume ow.

All system parameters of the volume ow controller, including exhaust air volume monitoring and alarm, can be con gured by users on-site in accordance with their speci c needs using an SVM100 service module (handheld terminal) or a laptop with the PC2500 software.

5.1.3 Automatic sash controllers

The Automatic Sash Controller SC500 ideally complements the FC500 und iCM control systems.

When the operating personnel leave the working area of the fume hood, the sash is shut fully automatically. As soon as the sensor detects that persons are no longer in front of the fume hood, the automatic closing process is started after a programmable delay time. With the sash closed, the control system now reduces the exhaust air volume ow without endangering the safe functioning of the fume hood. This means maximum safety and at the same time saves energy.

5.1.4 Constant volume ow controllers

CAV constant volume ow controllers are used in continuous extraction units. Storage cabinets, base extractors or oor extractors must be continuously extracted with a constant air volume. Mechanical (without auxiliary power) and electronic constant volume ow controllers regulate a prede ned volume ow independent of the duct pressure.

5.1.5 Switchable consumer loads

Source capture exhaust arms and exhaust chimneys, which can be switched off and on as needed, are among the switchable consumer loads.

Constant volume ow controllers (mechanical or electronic), coupled with an OPEN/SHUT damper, are switched on or off with an electric switch.

5.1.6 Room air controllers

Laboratories with several fume hoods, constant volume ow controllers and switchable consumer loads require complex room supply air and room exhaust air control. Rapid changes in volume ow must be recognised immediately and the necessary room supply/exhaust air must be regulated accordingly.

The SCHNEIDER LCO500 laboratory controller and the GC10 room group controller ful l these requirements and offer a complete system solution from a single source. The room group or laboratory controller calculates the room balancing of all variable and constant loads in the laboratory and regulates the room supply air. At the same

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time, the room exhaust air is regulated so that the exhaust air volume ow is at least 25m 3 /h per m 2 of the laboratory, as speci ed by DIN 1946, part 7.

In addition to room control, laboratory alarms and operating states (e.g. temperature, room pressure, humidity) can be captured.

A LON (local operating network) system network

connection with the building services management (BMS) makes it possible to fully monitor and control all ventilation parameters via the central computer.

5.1.7 Fast running variable volume ow controllers

Fast running variable volume ow controllers VAV are mainly used to control laboratory supply and exhaust air. The control time between VMIN and VMAX should not be more than 3 s so that the control speed of the fume hoods can be tracked and large uctuations in room pressure (negative pressure and positive pressure) can be avoided. The control signal for the required room supply or room exhaust air volume is calculated by the GC10 room group controller or by the LCO500 laboratory controller and is switched as a setpoint signal with the variable volume ow controller.

Analogue inputs and eld bus

SCHNEIDER offers variable volume ow controllers with

an analogue input (0

VDC) and with various eld bus

systems, such as the LON network.

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5.1.8 Programming

Programming and display of all actual values and setpoints of fume hood monitors, fume hood controllers, automatic sash controllers, laboratory controllers and volume ow controllers is done with the SVM100 service module (handheld terminal) or with a laptop and the SCHNEIDER PC2500 con guration software. All parameters can be

con gured on site in accordance with the users' needs.

In addition, measurement logs can be created and saved with the PC2500 software.

and transparent data transfer. Retro tting and system enhancements can be easily implemented. The LON protocol is an international standard and is used mainly in building services management and measurement readings.

5.1.10 Building services management

All functions of the control system can be controlled and monitored via the building services management (BMS). System performance is increased considerably in the LON network. Laboratory occupancy plans and maintenance logs increase operating safety for the user and at the same time reduce operating costs. Remote maintenance and diagnostics are easily possible over the Internet using routers and web servers.

5.1.11 Safety in the laboratory and energy savings

With SCHNEIDER's FC500 and iCM fume hood control systems, the focus is on energy savings while at the same time minimising the escape of contaminants. A closed sash reduces the required volume ow by approx. 70 %. That represents considerable energy savings and at the same time ensures maximum safety for the operating personnel.

5.1.12 Project planning

Take advantage of the experience of our engineers and technicians if you have questions about project planning and overall room ventilation planning. We have successfully carried out numerous large projects and we are a leading supplier in the area of air technology for laboratories.

Development and production of the system components are done at our own site using state-of-the-art technology and enable us to react very quickly. This also applies to specially designed models and customer-speci c customisations.

SCHNEIDER Elektronik offers innovation, cost- effectiveness and quality.

We regulate air and are glad to offer you advice. Let us regulate it for you.

5.1.9 System networking

All SCHNEIDER Elektronik monitoring, control and room

control systems can be connected to each other in free topology (LON). All parameters, setpoints and actual values are available on the graphic interface of the central computer.

LON nodes

The LON network connects a maximum of over 32,000 system components (LON nodes) with one another and with its decentralised structure ensures very exible

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6.1 Product overview LabSystem • AirSystem

The table on the following two pages provides a summary of the entire product overview of the products that are available from SCHNEIDER.

Product group

Product

Short description

 

Chapter

Fume hood moni- tors in accordance with DIN EN 14175

FM100

Volume ow monitor with static differential pressure transmitter, optionally face velocity control with a ow sensor

 

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Volume ow monitor with static differential pressure transmitter, optionally face velocity control with a ow sensor

 

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iM50

Face velocity monitor with integrated ow sensor

 

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Measuring device for volume ow

M-xxx

Maintenance-free, self-cleaning measuring device with annuli that form the mean value for volume ow measurement

 

2.0

MT-xxx

Measuring tube, suitable for retro tting in pipes and rectangular ducts

 

2.0

Fume hood control- lers with integrated monitoring in accor- dance with DIN EN

FC500

Requirement-driven, sash-dependent, fast running fume hood controller with static differential pressure transmitter and optional eld bus module, operating modes: fully variable, position sensor, face velocity, constant (1 to 3 point)

3.0

14175

iCM

Requirement-driven, sash-dependent, fast running fume hood controller with ow sensor, operating modes: face velocity

3.0

Automatic sash

SC500

Touch control mode for UP and DOWN, light barrier for obstacle recogni- tion during the closing process

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closing system

Room balancing

LCO500

Laboratory controller, 10 x analogue input, 8 x analogue output, 8 x digital input, 8 x relay output, optional eld bus module, malfunction noti cation, actuation of room supply and exhaust air volume ow controllers

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GC10

Room group controller, 10 x analogue input, 4 x analogue aoutput, 4 x digital input, 3 x relay output, optional eld bus module, malfunction noti - cation, actuation of room supply and exhaust air volume ow controllers

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RAM500

Pluggable module for FC500, 4 x analogue input, 1 x analogue output

 

5.0

Fast running room supply/exhaust air controllers

VAV

Volume ow controller for laboratory supply and laboratory exhaust air,

 

6.0

analogue input 0(2) control speed < 3 s

10V

DC for setpoint, optional eld bus module,

Fast running room pressure controller

CRP

Room pressure controller for untight rooms, analogue input 0(2) for setpoint, optional eld bus module, control speed < 3 s

10V

DC

8.0

VCP

Volume ow prioritised room pressure controller for airtight rooms

 

8.0

Room pressure

PM100

Room pressure controller with internal static differential pressure trans-

 

8.0

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Product

Short description

Chapter

Duct pressure

CDP

Line pressure controller with motor driven damper

7.0

controllers

DPC

Duct pressure controller with actuation for frequency inverters of the exhaust air or supply air fan.

7.0

Duct pressure

DPO

Energy-optimised damper operating point through intelligent damper management with actuation for frequency inverters of the exhaust air or supply air fan.

7.0

optimiser

Set-up

SVM100

Service module for programming all SCHNEIDER products

9.0

PC2500

Laptop software for programming all SCHNEIDER products

9.0

Building services

PAD3000

Visualisation and control software for building services management

7.0

management

Fire protection and smoke ex- traction

BSK400

LON module for re protection and smoke extraction dampers

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Product group

Product

Short description

Chapter

Fume hood control- ler with integrated monitor in accor- dance with DIN EN 14175, suitable for potentially explosive atmospheres

FC500-K-Ex

Requirement-driven, sash-dependent, fast running fume hood con- troller with static differential pressure transmitter and optional eld bus module, operating modes: constant (1 point, 2 point or 3 point)

8.0

Fast running room supply air/exhaust air controller, sui- table for potentially explosive atmos- pheres

VAV-Ex

Volume ow controller for laboratory supply and laboratory exhaust

8.0

air, analogue input 0(2)

10V

DC for setpoint, optional eld bus

module, control speed < 3 s

Fume hood monitor in accordance with DIN EN 14175, sui- table for potentially explosive atmos- pheres

FM100-Ex

Volume ow controller with static differential pressure transmitter, optionally face velocity control with a ow sensor

8.0

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