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  • CTU 1x3x series CTU 1x4x series Contamination Test Unit

    Operating and Maintenance Instructions English (translation of original instructions)

    Document No.: 4093420e (Valid from series no.: 0002S01495K000000192) Keep for future reference.

  • Imprint

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    Imprint

    Manufacturer / publisher and responsible for the content: HYDAC FILTER SYSTEMS GMBH Industriestraße 66280 Sulzbach / Saar Germany Telephone: +49 6897 509 01 Fax: +49 6897 509 9046 E-mail: filtersystems@hydac.com Homepage: www.hydac.com Court of Registration: Saarbrücken, HRB 17216 Executive director: Mathias Dieter,

    Dipl.Kfm. Wolfgang Haering

    Documentation Representative

    Mr. Günter Harge c/o HYDAC International GmbH, Industriegebiet, 66280 Sulzbach / Saar Telephone: +49 6897 509 1511 Fax: +49 6897 509 1394 E-mail: guenter.harge@hydac.com

    © HYDAC FILTER SYSTEMS GMBH

    All rights reserved. No part of this work may be reproduced in any form (print, photocopy or by other means) or processed, duplicated or distributed using electronic systems without the written consent of the publisher. These documents have been created and inspected with the greatest care. However, errors cannot be ruled out completely.

  • Contents

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    Contents

    Imprint ............................................................................................................ 2 Documentation Representative ................................................................... 2 Contents ........................................................................................................ 3 Preface ........................................................................................................... 6

    Technical Support ........................................................................................ 6 Modifications to the Product ........................................................................ 6 Warranty ...................................................................................................... 6 Using the documentation ............................................................................. 7

    Safety Information ........................................................................................ 8 Signal words and their meaning in the safety information and instructions .................................................................................................. 8 Structure of the safety information and instructions ..................................... 9 Warning signs used ..................................................................................... 9 Signs used for giving orders ...................................................................... 10 Used prohibitory signs ............................................................................... 10 Others used symbols ................................................................................. 10 Signs used for the required specialist personnel ....................................... 11

    Specialist personnel – Mechanical ......................................................... 11 Specialist personnel – Electricity ............................................................ 11

    Observe regulatory information ................................................................. 11 Proper/Designated Use ............................................................................. 12 Improper Use or Use Deviating from Intended Use ................................... 13 Qualifications of personnel / target group .................................................. 14 Wear suitable clothing ............................................................................... 15 Observe regulatory information ................................................................. 15 What to Do in Case of Emergency (EMERGENCY STOP) ....................... 15

    Transporting assembly .............................................................................. 16 Storing the assembly .................................................................................. 19 Decoding the model code label ................................................................. 20 Checking the scope of delivery ................................................................. 21 CTU Dimensions ......................................................................................... 22

    Outer dimensions ...................................................................................... 22 Analysis chamber dimensions ................................................................... 23

    Preparing the CTU for operation ............................................................... 24 Setting up the CTU .................................................................................... 24 Putting the CTU into operation .................................................................. 25

    Checking connections and contacts ....................................................... 25

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    Air extraction within the unit...................................................................... 28 Note when using the test liquid G 60 Spezial ............................................ 28 Connecting an air extractor ........................................................................ 29

    Suctioning the machine room of the CTU 1x3x ...................................... 29 Suctioning the machine room and analysis chamber of the CTU 1x4x ........................................................................................................ 30 Setting up the electrical connection of the CTU...................................... 32 Connecting the compressed air .............................................................. 32 Connecting the foot switch ..................................................................... 33

    Parts of the CTU .......................................................................................... 34 Operating console .................................................................................. 35

    Functional principle .................................................................................... 36 Manual spray extraction............................................................................. 36 Achievable negative control values ........................................................... 37

    Operating filter membrane holder / Removing filter membrane ............. 38 Filter membrane holder with union nut ...................................................... 38 Filter membrane holder with clamp ............................................................ 39

    Cascading the filter membrane holder .................................................... 40 Filter membrane holder CTMH (ContaminationTest Membrane Holder) ....................................................................................................... 41

    Cascading filter membrane holder CTMH .............................................. 42 Opening / Closing door lock ...................................................................... 44 CTU during operation ................................................................................. 45

    CTU switching on ...................................................................................... 45 ConTeS Software ...................................................................................... 46 Clean-Room Conditions in the Analysis Chamber - Rinsing of the inner chamber ............................................................................................ 46

    Automatic cleansing of the analysis chamber ........................................ 47 Conducting Contamination Testing ............................................................ 48

    Spray extraction ..................................................................................... 48 Perform ultrasonic test (optional) ............................................................ 50

    Automatic reservoir switchover .................................................................. 52 CTU switching off ...................................................................................... 53

    Changing the filter membrane ................................................................... 54 Labeling the removed filter membrane ...................................................... 56

    Performing inspection / maintenance ....................................................... 57 User information for the "products under pressure" ................................ 58

    Maintenance work overview ...................................................................... 58 Maintenance intervals for CTU 1xx0 with A III cleaner as the test liquid ....................................................................................................... 59

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    Maintenance intervals for CTU 1xx1 with A III cleaner as the test liquid ....................................................................................................... 59 Maintenance intervals for