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Haake F3 series circulators manual ENG. This instruction manual firstly describes how the F3 is put. F3 with the bridge ordered and F3 -S or F3 -M:. Assemble bridge: only bridge circulator F3 , open-bath circulators. For F3 -S and F3 -M a flow-through cooler is to be used.

F3 -CH and F3 -K as the total temperature range can be covered. Please send us your request! Please send us your request. Description 5 1. Unpacking 8 2. Setting up 9 3. Function and Operating Elements 11 4. Electrical Connections 16 5. Connecting the Hoses 20 6.

Filling with Thermal Liquid 24 7. Draining the Bath 28 9. Operating 29 9. Safety 34 Maintenance 40 Accessories 41 This instruction manual describes how this circulator is to be used. The following should especially be kept in mind:! The device should only be used by trained personnel in conjunction with the instruction manual. I J J f Only personnel with the particular know how should be allowed to carry out repairs. Only original parts and accessories should be used if repairs are carried out.

The thermal liquids used should not have aggressive properties with a tendency to harm the stainless steel V2A quality. IEC The symbols used in this manual and their meaning: J Warns that damage to the device and injuries to the user are possible. Denotes an important remark. Indicates the next operating step to be carried out and Any questions?

Whenever you wish to make any inquiries concerning this device you should mention the type printed on the front side of the device e. This necessitates the following: The device must only be connected to mains receptacles with a protective ground. The device must not be opened while it is still connected to the mains. Do not push wires or tools through any of the three openings. No special precautions were taken against the penetration of water and dust.

The device should therefore not be used in a dusty atmosphere or in the neighborhood of spray water which may penetrate. Positive separation from the mains is required when: - all dangers caused by this device are to be avoided. Positive separation means: Pull out the mains plug!

Description of Device 1. Description All devices correspond to the safety class 2 according to DIN and may be employed for unsupervised permanent operation. The circulator F3 can be used as bridge circulator for several open baths in combination with the bath bridges H41 or H W13, W15 it becomes a heating bath and circulator for operation above ambient temperatures.

The integrated cooling coil can be used fortap water cooling in a temperature range approx. Mode of Function: controlled heating against permanent cooling. There are three fields of use: A Using cooling compressors for generating lower temperatures instead of costly tap water cooling. B For obtaining low temperatures within the given operating temperature range. Description of Device This instruction manual firstly describes how the F3 is put into operation and how it is operated when combined with the bridges and the baths "S", "M" or "Wxx".

The samples can be inserted through the bath opening. The liquid is sucked back from the surface thus creating a liquid circuit. It is recommended to use a level controller either in the circulator bath or in the external vessel.

The sensor is located at the most favorable position for good controlling action next to the heater coil. This means that the fluctuation range displayed is in reality, wider than what is actually the case within the bath or external vessel. If the digital display shows "jumps" of several V 10 K, this is no malfunction! At the display the temperature and fluctuation of the external sensor are indicated, which might deviate considerably from the conditions within the circulator bath.

This controlling mode is to be preferred for the temperature control of external vessels as here the constantly changing temperature differences between the circulator and the external vessel can be compensated for. Adjustable with bridge extensions. When a HAAKE bath is used, the bridge is fastened to the rear edge with two screws where it is securely held. The F3 can be mounted prior to or after attaching the bridge to the bath.

The assembly is described in chapter 3. The number of lids required can be calculated by dividing the total length of the opening in mm by mm. Example: Bath W19 with an opening of x mm. The bridge H42 has a width of mm. Unpacking Transportation damage? Setting Up 3. Place bridge onto the bath vessel. H] Tilt F3 slightly and insert it into the opening as shown. Place it onto the surface taking care that the profiled gasket 10 is uniformly pressed down on all four sides.

The catches 11 must reach under the front edge of the cover plate. GO Tighten fastening screw 24 lightly. DO Turn the eccentric screw 19 so that it's punch mark shows to the right.

GO Tighten fastening screw 24 completely. In doing so be careful, tightening these screws too much will destroy the gasket Reverse the sequence for disassembly.

Function and Operating Elements 4. This, in turn, would hamperthe lubrication of the compressor and cause possible damage.

Set up the unit and allow a period of rest for 24 hours. I Clogged up venting grids will cause overheating of the unit and possible malfunction. In any case where a cooler unit is in use, the cable connection described in 5. Electrical Connections At the rear panel of the F3 there are three sockets for connecting auxiliary equipment. DD Connect external control sensor and insert into the middle of the bath.

In the internal control mode a fixed temperature is to be preset with the digital switches 4. Switch 5 on "Off not depressed and switch 28 to "intern". H] As soon as constant temperature conditions have been reached, switch 28 is set to "extern". The temperature displayed will change. Adjust the potentiometer 12 until the temperature value previously shown in the internal control mode is reached again.

In this mode: Switch 5 to "On" depressed , Switch 28 to "extern" 5. Should you wish a different limitation, we will gladly inform you. ZS1 which receives its control signals from socket 4. It is recommended to use an opto-coupler for achieving galvanic separation.

This is the case when a ZS1 is used. The ZS1 is supplied with a suitable cable. If the refrigerated unit and the controlling device are used together, it is necessary to use a special cable.

In this case the procedure described in point 5. The ZS1 is suitable forthis purpose. Provided the cause for the malfunction has been corrected before. Connecting the Hoses Hoses are used to connect the pump with an external vessel. If objects are to be temperature controlled in the internal bath only, the pump nozzles A 18 and 25 can be closed with a plug piece D attached with a coupling nut E.

However, in order to achieve better temperature accuracy, it is recommended to connect the two nozzles with a short hose. General recommendations concerning the max.

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