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Assembly instructions

KBA, KBF, KBS, SBA, SBS brake motors

41239944.eps

091110 enGB 214 318 44 719 IS 911


Original assembly instructions
Manufacturer Demag Cranes & Components GmbH
Drives
Postfach 67 58286 Wetter (Germany)
Tel.: +49(0 ) 2335 92-0 Fax: +49(0)2335 92-7676
E-mail: drives@demagcranes.com
www.drives.demagcranes.com

Further documents

General documents Order no.

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Brochures

Demag Drives brochure 208 732 44 208 734 44 208 735 44 208 736 44
Demag wheel range brochure 208 722 44 208 724 44 208 725 44 208 726 44

Catalogues/technical data

Drive Designer Online www.demag-drivedesigner.com


Geared motors catalogue DE / EN / FR 203 150 44
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DRS wheel block system 203 350 44 203 352 44 203 353 44 203 354 44
Demag RAE/RNE wheel set technical data 203 687 44 203 688 44 203 689 44 203 690 44
Geared travel motors catalogue Volume 3 Quick selection and gearbox limit torque DE / EN / FR 203 013 44
Geared travel motors catalogue Volume 3 Quick selection and gearbox limit torque IT / EN / ES 203 014 44 203 014 44

Assembly instructions

D 11 - D 41 helical gearbox assembly instructions 214 719 44 214 720 44 214 721 44 214 722 44
D 50 - D 90 helical gearbox assembly instructions 214 150 44 214 151 44 214 152 44 214 153 44
W 10 - W 100 angular gearbox assembly instructions 214 057 44 214 058 44 214 059 44 214 060 44
A 10 - A 90 offset gearbox assembly instructions 214 205 44 214 206 4 214 207 44 214 208 44
Motor assembly instructions Z motor range 214 227 44 214 228 44 214 229 44 214 230 44
KBA - KBF motor assembly instructions 214 317 44 214 318 44 214 319 44 214 320 44
Brake additional equipment for Z motor range, assembly instructions 214 040 44 214 041 44 214 042 44 214 043 44
Assembly instructions / plug connection for KB and Z motor ranges 214 021 44 214 022 44 214 023 44 214 024 44
Encoders for Z motors assembly instructions 214 371 44 214 372 44 214 373 44 214 374 44
DRS 112-200 wheel block system assembly instructions 214 275 44 214 276 44 214 277 44 214 278 44
DRS 250-500 wheel block system assembly instructions 214 326 44 214 327 44 214 328 44 214 329 44
RAE/RNE wheel set assembly and maintenance instructions 214 132 44 214 133 44 214 134 44 214 135 44

Spare parts lists

Spare parts lists for KBH 71 - 225 motors 222 384 44 222 385 44 222 386 44
Spare parts lists for KB 160-225 motors 200 333 84
Spare parts lists for SB100-140 motors 200 117 84
Spare parts lists for SB160-225 motors 200 334 84

Contents 0 Foreword 4
0.1 Copyright 4
0.2 After-sales service 4
0.3 Liability for defects 4
0.4 Limitations of liability 4
0.5 Definitions 6

1 Safety 7
1.1 Symbols 7
1.2 Intended use 7
1.3 Prohibited practices, improper use 7
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1.4 Safety instructions 7

2 General 8
2.1 Storage 8
2.2 Transport 8
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3 KBA, KBF, KBS, SBA, SBS brake motors 10
3.1 General information on brake motors 10
3.2 Inspection 11
3.2.1 Mechanical inspection 11
3.2.2 Electrical check 11
3.3 Installation 12
3.3.1 Condition test 12
3.3.2 Checking the installation location 12
3.3.3 Alignment 12
3.3.4 Model 12
3.3.5 Oil-tight design 12
3.3.6 Outdoor operation 13
3.3.7 Conversion of flange-mounting to foot-mounting 13
3.4 Transmission elements 13
3.4.1 Coupling, toothed wheel, belt, pulley 13
3.4.2 Protection against rust 13
3.4.3 Balancing 13
3.4.4 Fitting device 13
3.5 Connection 14
3.5.1 Performance of connection work 14
3.5.2 Switchgear 14
3.5.3 Safety measures 14
3.5.4 Test run 15
3.6 Maintenance 16
3.6.1 Bearing 16
3.6.2 Slip rings and brushes 16
3.6.3 Brake 16
3.7 Brake adjustment 18
3.8 Replacing the brake ring 20
3.9 Replacing the brake spring 21
3.10 Moving the terminal box 22
3.10.1 KB 71 - 140 squirrel-cage motors 23
3.10.2 SB 100 - 140 slip-ring motors 23
3.10.3 KB 160 - 225 squirrel-cage motors, SB 160 - 225 slip-ring motors 23
3.11 Adjusting the air gap 24

4 Assembly instructions 26
4.1 Safety instructions 26
4.2 Tightening torques 26
4.3 Assembly and disassembly of SB slip-ring motors 26
4.4 Options 26

5 Mains connection 27
5.1 Safety instructions 27
5.2 Example of connections 27
5.2.1 Switching operation for one speed 27
5.2.2 Dahlander switching operation for two speeds with a 1:2 ratio 27
5.2.3 Switching operation with two separate windings for two speeds
and one power supply 27
5.2.4 Switching operation with one winding for one speed and
two voltages with 1:2 ratio 27

6 Rotor connection for slip-ring motors 28


6.1 Three-phase rotor 28
6.2 Two-phase rotor 28

7 Putting motors into operation 30


7.1 Safety instructions 30

8 Maintenance and installation work 32


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8.1 Safety instructions 32

EC Declaration of conformity 34

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0 Foreword

You have purchased a Demag Cranes & Components product. This equipment
was manufactured in accordance with state-of-the-art engineering principles.

These assembly instructions are designed to provide the operator with useful
instructions for safe and appropriate work on the product and to facilitate mainte-
nance.

Every individual given the task of transporting, installing, putting into operation,
operating, maintaining and repairing our KB. and SB. motors and their additional
equipment must have read and understood
the assembly instructions
the safety regulations
the safety instructions in the individual chapters and sections.

The assembly instructions must be available to the operating personnel at all times
to prevent operating errors and to ensure smooth and trouble-free operation of our
products.

0.1 Copyright These assembly instructions must be treated confidentially. They should only be
used by authorised personnel. They may only be entrusted or made available to
third parties with the prior written consent of Demag Cranes & Components.
All documents are protected within the sense of copyright law.

No part of this documentation, in whole or in part, may be reproduced, distributed,


used or published in any way without specific prior consent. Infringements are an
offence resulting in obligatory compensatory damages.
All industrial rights reserved.

0.2 After-sales service For technical information on Demag Cranes & Components products and their
systematic application, please refer to one of our after-sales service centres, the
relevant representative or to our main office in Wetter.

0.3 Liability for defects These assembly instructions includes all of the necessary information and must be
read carefully before installing and putting the product into operation.

We assume no liability for any damage or malfunctions resulting from failure to


comply with the assembly instructions.

Any liability claims for defects must be made by quoting the order number immedi-
ately on detecting the defect.

Any liability claims for defects are void in the event of:
inappropriate use,
faulty devices or equipment connected or attached to the product which are not
part of our scope of supplies and services,
use of non-genuine spare parts and accessories,
modifications if these have not been approved in writing by Demag Cranes &
Components.

The liability for defects does not extend to wearing parts.

0.4 Limitations of liability All technical information, data and instructions for operation contained in these as-
sembly instructions were up to date on going to print and have been compiled on
the basis of our experience and to the best of our knowledge.
We reserve the right to incorporate technical modifications within the scope of
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further development of the brake motors which are the subject of these assembly
instructions.

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The information, illustrations and descriptions contained in these assembly instruc-
tions are therefore only intended for information purposes.
The descriptions and illustrations contained in these assembly instructions do not
necessarily correspond to the scope of delivery or any subsequent spare part de-
livery either. The drawings and illustrations are not to scale.
Only documentation belonging to the actual order is valid.
We assume no liability for any defects, damage or malfunctions caused as a result
of operating errors, non-compliance with these assembly instructions or missing or
inappropriate repairs and maintenance.
We expressly point out that only genuine Demag Cranes & Components spare
parts and original accessories approved by us may be used. Accordingly, this also
applies to other manufacturers' modules supplied by us.
For safety reasons, the fitting and use of spare parts or accessories which have
not been approved and unauthorised modifications and conversions of the product
are not permitted and we shall assume no liability for damages resulting therefrom.
With the exclusion of any further claims, our liability for defects and liability obliga-
tions for any defects pertaining to the products supplied or faults in the documen-
tation delivered or any negligence on our part are exclusively based on the provi-
sions of the original contract. Any further claims, in particular any and all claims
for damages, are excluded with the exception of legal claims in accordance with
product liability legislation.
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0.5 Definitions Manufacturer
The manufacturer is the person who:
1. manufactures the equipment under his or her own name and brings it to the
market for the first time;
2. resells other manufacturers' equipment under his/her own name, whereby the
reseller is not considered to be the manufacturer provided the name of the
manufacturer (as in 1.) appears on the equipment;
3. imports the equipment into the country and places it on the market for the first
time or
4. exports equipment to another member state of the European Union and
hands it over directly to a user there.
Owner
Owners (employer, company) are defined as persons who own the product and
who use it appropriately or allow it to be operated by suitable persons.

Operating personnel
Operating personnel are defined as persons assigned by the owner of the product
to carry out special tasks such as installation, operation, setting-up, maintenance
including cleaning, fault elimination and transportation.

Specialist personnel
Specialist personnel are defined as persons assigned by the owner to carry out
specific tasks.

Qualified personnel
Qualified personnel are defined as persons who, owing to their technical training,
knowledge and experiences as well as knowledge of the relevant standards, are
able to assess the tasks given to them and identify potential hazards.

Trained person
Trained persons are defined as persons who have been instructed and trained
for the tasks assigned to them and on the possible hazards resulting from in-
correct handling and who have been informed about the required protective
devices, protective measures, relevant regulations, codes of practice, accident
prevention regulations and operating conditions and who have proven their
qualifications.

Experienced technician
Experienced technicians are defined as persons, who, owing to their technical
training and experience, have sufficient knowledge of the product and are fa-
miliar with the relevant national industrial safety regulations, codes of practice,
accident prevention regulations, directives and generally accepted engineering
standards (e.g. low voltage directives, German VDE and BGV (VBG) regula-
tions) enabling them to judge the safe operating condition of KB., SB. motors.
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1 Safety

1.1 Symbols The following symbols and instructions warn against possible personal injuries or
damage and are intended to assist you in your work.

DANGER!

This symbol indicates an immediate hazard which can result in serious injury
or death.
- Follow these instructions at all times and be particularly careful and cautious.

WARNING!

This symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided,


could result in serious injury or death.
- Follow these instructions at all times and be particularly careful and cautious.

CAUTION!

This symbol indicates a possibly hazardous situation which might result in


minor or moderate injuries.
- Follow these instructions at all times and be particularly careful and cautious.

i NOTE

Operating hazard for the machine!


This symbol indicates information on the correct use of the machine.
Failure to follow these instructions may result in malfunctions or damage.

1.2 Intended use These motors are intended for all travel, lifting and turning motions in industrial ap-
plications. Compliance with the permitted operating conditions must be ensured for
operation of these drives (e.g. protection class, ambient temperature, site altitude).

1.3 Prohibited practices, Under certain conditions, operation of motors of standard design is prohibited as
this may result in malfunctions, equipment failure or hazard to life and limb, e.g. in
improper use
the case of:
acidic, corrosive air as coolant.
operation outside the permissible temperature range.
operation outside the normal air pressure range. Otherwise, power adjustments
are necessary.
operation under conditions of high air humidity or splashwater.
manipulation of electrical modules.
Safety devices must not be rendered inoperable, modified or used in any way
other than that for which they have been designed.

1.4 Safety instructions The relevant national accident prevention regulations and the general safety condi-
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tions must always be observed when our products are operated to avoid accidents
and mechanical breakdowns.
If the safety instructions given in these assembly instructions are not observed in
any way, personal injury or even death can result.
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2 General

2.1 Storage Motors must be stored as follows:


in dry places with only minor temperature fluctuations
in their service position
protected against dust and moisture
on a timber support
free from vibration (no impacts)

Motors must not be stacked on top of each other.

i NOTE

Motors may otherwise be damaged!

Unless agreed otherwise, limited liability for defects is granted for the standard
preservation in accordance with our terms and conditions of delivery. The period
begins on the day the unit is delivered.
Contact Demag Cranes & Components in Wetter, Germany, if the motors are to be
stored for more than six months before they are put into operation.

2.2 Transport The motor is supplied as an assembled unit. Additional equipment may be supplied
in separate packing.
Motors are packed depending on the transport method and their size. Unless oth-
erwise agreed in the purchase contract, the packaging corresponds to the packag-
ing guidelines of Demag Cranes & Components.

CAUTION!
Danger caused by inappropriate transport

Risk of injury and damage to the machine.


Only lift loads at the marked lifting points. Only use suitable hoist unit which has
sufficient load capacity.

Symbols used on the packing

Top Fragile Keep dry Protect from heat

Top-heavy No hooks Attach sling here Centre of gravity


41283944 - 41284644.eps

Handle motors with utmost care to avoid damage caused by careless loading and
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unloading, for example.

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3 Brake motors
KBA, KBF, KBS, SBA, SBS ranges

3.1 General information on


Demag brake motors

Fig. 1

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Fig. 2
Execution
with conical brake disc with flat brake disc

1 2 3 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 16 17
4 6 13 15

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Demag brake motor with squirrel-cage rotor
KBA, KBF ranges
1 Shaft 9 End cap, B-side 16 Flat brake disc, (illustrated: heavy flat
2 End cap, A-side 10 Brake disc, also fan brake disc)
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3 Spring ring (illustrated: light conical brake disc) 17 Flat brake ring
4 Thrust ring 11 Conical brake ring
5 Brake spring 12 Brake cap
6 Bushings 13 Clamping nut
7 Stator 14 Tensioning screws
8 Rotor 15 Retaining ring
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1 Demag brake motors are a combination of an electric motor and a spring-
operated brake operating on the sliding rotor principle. They can be supplied
as a squirrel-cage motor or slip-ring motor. Characteristic for this type of brake
motor is the conical design of the rotor and thus the stator bore. The following
designs are available in the KB. and SB. range:
Type: KBA General-purpose brake motor with squirrel-cage rotor
KBF Brake motor with squirrel-cage rotor designed as a travel
motor
KBS Torque motor with squirrel-cage rotor
SBA General-purpose brake motor with slip ring rotor
SBS Torque motor with slip-ring rotor

2 The motor is braked when no power is applied.

3 When the motor is switched on, an axial force is produced by the magnetic
field in the conical air gap, which overcomes the force of the brake spring and
pulls the axially sliding rotor against the stator. Axial movement of the rotor is
limited by the ball thrust bearing. The brake disc (10), which is designed as
a fan, is released from the braking surface of the brake cap together with the
brake ring (11). The motor is then ready to start.
4 The motor is mechanically braked when it is switched off or in the event of a
voltage failure. The brake spring (5) presses the brake disc (10) or (16) fitted
on rotor shaft (1) with the brake ring (11) or (17) against the braking surface of
the brake cap (12).

5 The conical and flat brake rings (11) or (17) consist of segments or ring-
shaped brake linings which are vulcanised to reinforced rubber rings. The
elastic design absorbs shocks when the brake is applied.

6 The brake torques indicated in the data lists can only be obtained with a
uniformly seated brake lining. Since the brake lining of a new motor may not
be seated uniformly over its circumference, the motor should be repeatedly
started and stopped before it is put into operation.
A lower brake torque can to a certain extent be obtained by fitting a weaker
brake spring or up to size 100 by using a flat brake instead of a conical brake.
7 Whereas the light brake disc allows a high switching frequency for general-
purpose drives, the starting and braking operations for travel drives are
damped by the heavy brake disc, which has a higher moment of inertia. Both
brake discs can be fitted with a conical or flat brake ring.
KBF travel motors are normally fitted with a heavy conical brake disc.
8 Refer to the corresponding assembly instructions for details on additional
mechanical equipment such as the HBGL manual brake release device, LAG
load lowering device, BLE brake release unit, EBLG electric brake release
unit and BEG brake torque adjustment device.

3.2 Inspection
3.2.1 Mechanical inspection If the goods are damaged in transit, the packing should be removed in the pres-
ence of a representative from the transport contractor.
The shaft cannot be turned as the rotor is braked and the brake is activated elec-
tronically.

3.2.2 Electrical check The insulation resistance should be equal to or greater than 1,000 /V
If the winding has absorbed moisture due to inappropriate storage or other circum-
stances and the insulation resistance is too small, the motor must be dried in a
drying oven or using DC heating.
Maximum temperature: 160C.

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NOTE

Motors must be provided with phase insulation for inverter operation.

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3.3 Installation
3.3.1 Condition test Before assembly, check for damage caused during transportation or storage, such
as corrosion, leaks, deformations or breakages.

i NOTE

Do not clean motors with compressed air!

3.3.2 Checking the installation The standard motor is suitable for operation in normal industrial conditions.
location Ambient temperature: from -20C to +40C
Site altitude: up to 1,000 m above sea level
If the ambient temperature, atmosphere or air humidity deviate from these condi-
tions, the motor must only be operated with special equipment or features
(see rating plate).
The site at which the motor is installed must be designed in such a way that
air may circulate to allow heat to be exchanged and the warm air is not im-
mediately inducted again,
no residue from operating processes can accumulate on the motor, fall be-
tween the output elements or damage the sealing ring,
the rating plate is accessible.

3.3.3 Alignment Foot-mounted motors must be installed on a flat vibration-free surface. Avoid any
distortion when the motor mounts are bolted into place.
The shaft must be aligned in such a way that axial movement of the rotor is not
obstructed when pinions or coupling drives are fitted. The motor shaft must always
be in the same position when in an operating position. When the motor is switched
off, the shaft moves back into the motor by the amount of its axial displacement
depending on the wear of the brake lining.

WARNING!
Crushing hazard

There is a risk of parts of the body being crushed when working on mo-
tors and during assembly/disassembly of motors.
When working on the sub-assemblies, make sure
that there are no limbs/extremities (hands, fingers or feet) between the indi-
vidual modules or between the modules and the surrounding area.
that there are no persons present in the immediate danger zone.

3.3.4 Model Pay attention to the mounting arrangement specified on the rating plate when
installing the motor. The brake spring force is dimensioned accordingly. A suit-
able brake spring must be ordered and fitted if the motor is installed in a different
mounting arrangement. If the model is mounted in an inclined or vertical position,
the weight of the rotor plus, if installed, the weight of a drive element fitted to the
shaft end as well as the position of the shaft end (top or bottom) must be consid-
ered when selecting a brake spring.
The motors are not provided with any condensation water drain holes. If required,
motors can be supplied with condensation water openings which can be closed
with a threaded plug. In such cases, ensure that the drain holes are at the low-
est point of the motor when the motor is installed. If the mounting arrangement is
changed, any openings that are no longer required must be closed to ensure that
water cannot enter.
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3.3.5 Oil-tight design The flange and bearing are sealed against oil by means of a radial shaft seal
on oil-tight flange motors for direct connection to gearboxes.

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3.3.6 Outdoor operation It is recommended that a canopy is fitted to motors installed outdoors especially
those mounted in vertical position IM V1. Canopies can be supplied for IM V 1, if
required.
Ensure that the relevant IP protection class is observed.

3.3.7 Conversion of flange- KB 71-140 aluminium housing: Screw threaded Ensat inserts into the existing
mounting to foot-mounting bore holes with a recess of at least 0.5 mm.
KB 160-225 grey cast iron housing (or end caps for SB 100-225):
Provided with thread.
The contact surfaces must be machined according to the foot height when the mo-
tor mounts have been bolted on (tolerance -0.5 mm).

3.4 Transmission elements


3.4.1 Coupling, toothed wheel, belt Coupling: Only use flexible couplings that permit easy axial movement
drive, pulley between the coupling hubs (see table 2, axial thrust).
Toothed wheel: Toothed wheels must have straight teeth.
Belt drive: The pre-tension of the belt must not obstruct the axial dis-
placement of the rotor.
Adjusting pulleys,
regulating wheels: Only adjust when the motor is running.

3.4.2 Protection against rust Remove anti-corrosion coating on shaft ends and flange faces using a solvent.

3.4.3 Balancing The motor rotor is dynamically balanced by means of a fitted half key.
Transmission elements such as couplings and belt pulleys must therefore be bal-
anced appropriately.

3.4.4 Fitting device Use the threaded centre hole in the shaft end to fit or remove pinions, couplings
and belt pulleys by means of a suitable device. Lightly grease the shaft end and
hub bore hole. Do not hammer drive elements onto the motor shaft end.
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3.5 Connection
DANGER!
Live components

There is a danger of death.


Electrical energy may cause serious injuries. Danger of death due to electrical
current if the insulation or individual components are damaged.
Switch off the installation and secure from being switched back on before
carrying out any maintenance, cleaning or repair work.
Switch off the power supply before carrying out any work on the electrical
equipment. Make sure that components being replaced are completely de-
energised.
Do not remove any safety equipment or render it inoperative by carrying out
modifications.

3.5.1 Performance of Connection work must be carried out by qualified personnel (VDE 0105) according
connection work to VDE 0100 (specifications for the installation of power plants with rated voltages
up to 1,000 V).
Pay attention to the rating plate data and ensure the specified details match the
line voltage!
The motor must be operated as specified on the rating plate.
If any modification is made, e.g. the line voltage is increased from 460 V to 480 V,
the brake spring may need to be adjusted. Otherwise increased wear of dampen-
ing elements and operating noise can be expected.
Connect line connectors L1, L2, L3 to terminals U1, V1, W1 according to the cir-
cuit diagram in the terminal box and in the same order. Clockwise direction of the
motor (looking on the shaft end) is obtained by connecting the mains phases in a
clockwise order.
If the motor is equipped with PTC thermistors, the associated leads are connected
to separate terminals and designated 101, 102, 103, 104, 111 and 112. They
should only be connected after a short test run.
Swap two of the line connectors to change the rotational direction of the motor.

No special connections are necessary to actuate the brake.


Connecting bolt threads in the terminal box:
Motor frame size Pins
71, 80, 90 M4
100, 112, 125 M5
140, 160, M6
180, 200, 225 M8

3.5.2 Switchgear Normal switchgear may be used for starting and stopping Demag motors with one
restriction:
Squirrel-cage motors may only be started with the Y/ switching operation when a
weaker brake spring has been fitted, as the reduced displacement force produced
in the star switching operation is not sufficient to release the brake.

3.5.3 Safety measures Ensure that protective measures to VDE 0100 have been taken before the unit is
put into operation.
In accordance with DIN 40 011, there is a terminal for the protective earth conduc-
tor marked inside the terminal box.
An external earthing terminal can be fitted on request (at extra cost).
An earthing arrangement must be provided before a protective earth is connected.
If several protective measures are used, they must not render each other ineffective.
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3.5.4 Test run When the motor is started for a trial run, make sure the brake is properly released,
i.e. there is sufficient movement of the rotor, otherwise the winding could burn out.
Note the recommendation for repeated starting and stopping of the motor men-
tioned in section 3.1, item 6.
During the first few operating hours, the temperature of the motor shaft end and
drive end cap may increase slightly until the special bearing seals have been run in.

WARNING!
Clothing and/or hair may become entangled

When working on motors there is a hazard due to rotating shafts which


may draw in or catch clothing or hair, for example.
When working on the sub-assemblies, make sure
that you wear close-fitting clothing and that you protect long hair with a cap
or hair net.

WARNING!
Burns

Higher temperatures (90C) must be expected in the area of the stator


housing over longer operating phases.
When working on the sub-assemblies, make sure
that you avoid any contact with parts of the housing in this area to prevent
burns.
For your information:
Threshold values for burns are given in standard EN ISO 13732-1.
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3.6 Maintenance
3.6.1 Bearing Demag brake motors normally have two cylindrical roller bearings and one ball
thrust bearing. The rollers run directly on the hardened shaft. The grease filling of
the motor bearing should be renewed every 10,000 operating hours. The lubricant
should, however, be replaced at least every four years. Under exceptional condi-
tions, e.g. increased ambient temperatures, we recommend that the lubricant is
changed to suit these conditions. To replace the grease, remove the end caps
and wash the bearings with cleaning agent. When dry, fill the bearings with Klber
Petamo GHY 133 N (preferred) or a roller bearing grease of a grade as specified in
table 1 (see below).
The bearings are sealed against dirt with special shaft sealing rings. For the oil-tight
type a radial shaft seal similar to DIN 3760 has been provided in the flange-type
end shield. Its tread must be absolutely smooth. A new sealing ring should be fitted
following disassembly. The relevant installation instructions for radial shaft seals
must be observed. Ensure that the sealing lip of the sealing ring is not damaged.

Table 1
Quality of roller bearing greases
Ambient temperature Roller bearing greases Working temperature
C Type C
Roller bearing grease
-20 to +40 DIN 51502 -20 to +140
K3N-20
Roller bearing grease
-20 to +80 DIN 51502 -20 to +160
K3P-20
Roller bearing grease
-40 to +80 DIN 51502 -40 to +160
K3P-40
According to EN 60034-1, the maximum ambient temperature is 40C for the nominal motor output

3.6.2 Slip rings and brushes The slip rings on slip-ring motors must have an absolutely smooth surface so
that the brushes are well positioned. Any dust deposits must be removed to
prevent flashovers. Surfaces of the slip rings that have become rough must be
smoothed out using carborundum cords on a customised sanding block. Non-
circular slip rings must be trimmed using fine shavings.
Replacing brushes: Lock brush holder axle by clicking it in the grid clamp.
Remove brush holders from the connection ends.
Unscrew the fastening nut from the brush bolt supporting structure and remove
the brush fitting. Do not remove the brush holder from the brush bolt as the slip
ring settings will be changed.
Only use brushes of the same quality (see spare parts list).
Install in reverse order.
Release the lock device on the brush holder axle by lifting the grid clamp. Do
not let the brush holder axle spring back unhindered.
Grind-in newly fitted brushes with fine carborundum cords.

3.6.3 Brake
WARNING!
Danger caused by brake failure

A brake displacement which is too large can cause the brake to fail.
It is imperative to ensure, the brake displacement is checked regularly and that
it is adjusted before the maximum axial thrust is reached.
This work may only be carried out by specialist personnel.
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As the brake lining wears down, the brake displacement increases from l v min to
l v max (see table 2).
Normally it suffices to adjust the brake during the regular inspection of the motor.
With highly loaded indexing mechanisms it is recommended to make adjustments
at regular intervals.
The axial thrust of the rotor between the running and braking positions can be
measured on the drive shaft end or brake side once the louvre has been removed.
This measurement must be taken both when the motor is running (Attention!) and
when it is at a standstill!
From size 140, the axial thrust can be read on a sight glass in the brake cap.

WARNING!
Shearing

During work on the fan wheel of the motor there is a risk of fingers being cut.
When working on the sub-assemblies, make sure
that there are no limbs (fingers) in the rotational area of the fan wheel.
that a cover is fitted in the area of the fan wheel.
that the required IP protection class acc. to DIN EN 60034-5 is observed.

WARNING!
Clothing and/or hair may become entangled

When working on motors there is a hazard due to rotating shafts which


may draw in or catch clothing or hair, for example.
When working on the sub-assemblies, make sure
that you wear close-fitting clothing and that you protect long hair with a cap
or hair net.

Table 2

Axial displacement of the shaft


Size Ranges:
KBA, KBF, KBS, SBA, SBS
Axial thrust l v
l v min [mm] l v max [mm]
71, 80, 90 1.5 3.0
100, 112 1.8 3.5
125, 140 2.0 4.0
160, 180, 200, 225 2.3 4.5

i NOTE

Depending on the operating conditions (temperature, aggressive media), the


brake ring including the brake lining should be replaced every eight to ten years
regardless of the amount of wear. This ensures that any possible problems
caused by the effects of ageing are prevented.
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3.7 Brake adjustment
CAUTION!
Supporting load moments

Noncompliance can cause minor or severe injuries or damage to property.


When working on the brake, all load moments acting on the motor shaft have
to be supported.

Note:
When operating the motor as the main motor on microspeed drives, the
brake must be adjusted according to the document Montageanleitung Fein-
ganggetriebe Baureihe FG 06, FG 08, FG 10 (Assembly instructions for micro-
speed drives FG 06, FG 08, FG 10) 206 218 44.

Fig. 2
Execution
with conical brake disc with flat brake disc

1 2 3 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 16 17
4 6 13 15

41259744.eps
Demag brake motor with squirrel-cage rotor
KBA, KBF ranges
1 Shaft 9 End cap, B-side 16 Flat brake disc, (illustrated: heavy flat
2 End cap, A-side 10 Brake disc, also fan brake disc)
3 Spring ring (illustrated: light conical brake disc) 17 Flat brake ring
4 Thrust ring 11 Conical brake ring
5 Brake spring 12 Brake cap
6 Bushings 13 Clamping nut
7 Stator 14 Tensioning screws
8 Rotor 15 Retaining ring
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1) Measure the path of the axial displacement l v.
2) Remove the louvre.
3) Remove the screws (14) from the clamping nut.
4) Insert one screw (14) into the threaded hole of the clamping nut and use it to
separate the brake disc from the clamping nut.
5) Reinsert the clamping nut using so many anti-rotations until the adjustment is
achieved.

lv lv min
Number of anti-rotations =
h
lv Measured rotor displacement according to item 1)

l v min Minimum displacement according to table 2

h Thread pitch
h = 1.5 mm for size 71, 80, 90, 100, 112
h = 2.0 mm for size 125, 140, 160, 180, 200, 225

6) Screw in the screws (14) and tighten. For tightening torque see table 4
7) Tighten the louvre.
8) Start motor for trial and check axial thrust. This value must not be lower than
the one specified in table 2 l v min.
The adjustment can be completed several times until the clamping nut is rest-
ing against the retaining ring (15). The worn brake ring must then be replaced.
It is advisable to have at least one spare brake ring in stock.
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3.8 Replacing the brake
ring CAUTION!
Supporting load moments

Noncompliance can cause minor or severe injuries or damage to property.


When working on the brake, all load moments acting on the motor shaft have
to be supported.

1) Remove the louvre and brake cap.


2) Remove retaining ring (15).
3) Remove the screws (14) from the clamping nut. Insert one screw into the
threaded hole of the clamping nut and use it to separate the brake disc from
the clamping nut.
4) Remove clamping nut and pull off brake disc (10) or (16).
5) Remove worn brake ring (11) or (17) from brake disc.
6) After moistening the rubber ring with water (never with oil), press the new
brake ring onto the brake disc (10) or (16). Tap using a rubber hammer to push
the brake ring (11) or (17) in until it is flush.

i NOTE

Make sure that the brake ring is not deformed during this process.
It is best fitted with a suitable pressure plate. A drawing of this pressure plate
can be requested, if required.
For increased requirements such as
high brake loads
high braking accuracy
short run-in periods of the brake
it is advisable to replace the brake disc completely or to re-turn the brake lin-
ing after fitting.
The cone angle is
Size 71 - 200 21
Size 225 20
7) Place brake disc (10) or (16) back on the shaft.
8) Bolt the brake disc and clamping nut together with screws (14). For the tight-
ening torque see table 4, page 25.
9) Fit retaining ring (15) on the shaft end.
10) Remove the brake cap and louvre.
11) Start motor for trial and check of displacement. If the lift is lower than the
value l v min specified in table 2, the brake must be adjusted in accordance with
section 3.7.
12) To reach the full brake torque more quickly, switch the motor on and off re-
peatedly, thus wearing in the brake lining.
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3.9 Replacing the brake
spring

Fig. 2
Execution
with conical brake disc with flat brake disc

1 2 3 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 16 17
4 6 13 15

41259744.eps
Demag brake motor with squirrel-cage rotor
KBA, KBF ranges
1 Shaft 9 End cap, B-side 16 Flat brake disc, (illustrated: heavy flat
2 End cap, A-side 10 Brake disc, also fan brake disc)
3 Spring ring (illustrated: light conical brake disc) 17 Flat brake ring
4 Thrust ring 11 Conical brake ring
5 Brake spring 12 Brake cap
6 Bushings 13 Clamping nut
7 Stator 14 Tensioning screws
8 Rotor 15 Retaining ring

1) Remove motor end cap (2) on drive side.

i NOTE

Observe section 4.2 for slip-ring motors SB 100-140!


2) Compress brake spring (5) by pressing on thrust ring (4).
3) Remove the spring ring (3) that becomes visible from the shaft and carefully
release the brake spring.
4) Remove thrust ring (4) and dished washer pack.
5) Replace the brake spring including the bushings, if necessary.
6) Compress the dished washer pack and thrust ring. Refit spring ring (3).

CAUTION!
Assembly error!

Hazard caused by removing machine parts.


It must be ensured that the spring ring snaps into the corresponding keyseat.
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7) Refit motor end cap (2).

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3.10 Moving the terminal
box

Fig. 2
Execution
with conical brake disc with flat brake disc

1 2 3 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 16 17
4 6 13 15

41259744.eps
Demag brake motor with squirrel-cage rotor
KBA, KBF ranges
1 Shaft 9 End cap, B-side 16 Flat brake disc, (illustrated: heavy flat
2 End cap, A-side 10 Brake disc, also fan brake disc)
3 Spring ring (illustrated: light conical brake disc) 17 Flat brake ring
4 Thrust ring 11 Conical brake ring
5 Brake spring 12 Brake cap
6 Bushings 13 Clamping nut
7 Stator 14 Tensioning screws
8 Rotor 15 Retaining ring

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3.10.1 KB 71-140 squirrel-cage Where the mounting allows it the terminal box on the drive end cap (2) can be
motors arranged on the right/left hand side and on the top/bottom.

1) Open terminal box and disconnect stator leads from terminals.


2) Remove motor end cap (2) on drive side.
3) Bring stator leads to the desired terminal box position.
4) Reinstall the end cap (2) in the desired terminal box position using the connec-
tion ends inserted in the terminal box.
5) Connect the connection ends with the terminals according to circuit diagram
and close the terminal box.

3.10.2 SB 100-140 slip-ring motors Where the mounting allows it the terminal box on the drive side end cap can be
arranged on the right/left hand side on foot-mounted types and on the top (without
a ring bolt) or bottom on flange-mounted types.
The brush fitting is located on the side of the terminal box. Alternatively it can also
be installed on the opposite side.

1) Open terminal box and disconnect connection ends from the terminals.
2) Only twist the end cap by 90 when the terminal box is positioned at the top/
bottom.
3) Relocate the terminal box.
4) Relocate the brush fitting, see section 3.6.2
5) Route the connection ends to the new position of the terminal box and connect
to the terminals according to the circuit diagram.
6) Close the terminal box and operating openings.

3.10.3 KB 160-225 squirrel-cage Changing the position of the terminal box from right to left.
motors SB 160-225 slip-ring
motors 1) Remove the terminal box.
2) Pull the connection end of the winding out of the cable opening extend, if
necessary and route to the other side.
3) Create a cable opening and threaded holes for the bottom of the terminal box
on the opposite side of the stator. Implement a cable bushing (plastic).
4) Seal the cable opening and threaded holes on the right side in a suitable way.
5) Mount the terminal box, connect the connection ends to the terminals accord-
ing to the connection diagram and close the terminal box.
6) Relocate the brush fitting if necessary, see section 3.10.2.
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3.11 Adjusting the air gap Check and, if necessary, adjust the air gap after each regular motor overhaul and
also after replacement of the motor end cap, stator and rotor or the dished washer
pack, the tolerances of which influence the air gap dimension.
If the air gap is too great, the motor performance is reduced and the motor tem-
perature rises excessively. If the air gap is too small, the rotor grazes against the
stator, destroying the motor.

i NOTE

Observe section 4.2 for slip-ring motors!

1) Remove motor end cap (2) including the bearing and seals on the stator (7).
2) Place stator on a suitable support with the still open end showing upwards so
that the shaft end can protrude freely.
3) In the following order, fit the dished washer pack, thrust ring (4) and spring
ring (3) on to the shaft. The thrust ring is supplied in a variety of thicknesses to
compensate for manufacturing tolerances. First select a thrust ring of medium
thickness. Fit thrust ring with 45 bevel on the inner diameter facing towards
the spring ring.
4) Insert rotor, fitted as above, into the stator and lower carefully, until the thrust
ring butts against the thrust bearing.
5) Insert three feeler gauges of the correct air gap dimension at 120 from each
other into the air gap between the stator and rotor for their entire length. The
air gap is correct when all three feeler gauges can be moved up and down
with little effort.
Replace the original thrust ring fitted on the shaft with a thinner one if the air
gap is too wide, or a thicker one if it is too narrow and check the air gap again.
6) Remove the rotor. Remove spring ring, thrust ring and dished washer pack.
Then fit the brake spring and, if required, the bushings and the removed parts
on to the shaft.

CAUTION!
Assembly error!

Hazard caused by removing machine parts.


It must be ensured that the spring ring snaps into the corresponding keyseat.
When released, the brake spring pushes the thrust ring against the spring ring.

7) Complete assembly of the motor is specified in figure 2 (section 3) or the


spare parts list.
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Table 3
Air gap setpoint values and assignment of the feeler gauge

Motor Size 71 80 90 100 112 125 140 160 180 200 225

Range Air gap


KBA, KBSA min 1) mm 0.25 0.25 0.30 0.30 0.35 0.35 0.40 0.45 0.50 0.50 0.55

SBA, SBS max mm 0.30 0.30 0.35 0.35 0.45 0.45 0.50 0.55 0.60 0.60 0.65
KBF min 1) mm 0.30 0.30 0.40 0.40 0.45 0.45 0.50

max mm 0.35 0.35 0.50 0.50 0.55 0.55 0.60


Feeler gauge
Size
0.25x3x250 X X
0.30x3x250 X X X X

0.35x3x300 X X X X X

0.40x3x300 X X X X X
0.45x3x300 X X X

0.50x3x300 X X X
0.55x3x300 X X X
0.35x5x300 X
0.40x5x300 X X
0.45x5x300 X X X

0.50x5x300 X X X X X X
0.55x5x350 X X X X X X
0.60x5x350 X X X X X X
0.65x5x350 X X X X
0.70x5x350 X X X
Set of feeler gauges 100 to 84 150 150 151 151 152 153 154 155 156 156 156
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1) When fitting a new dished washer pack, increase the nominal setting of the air gap min by 0.05 mm as the pack will settle after a few switching operations.
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4 Assembly instructions

4.1 Safety instructions


WARNING!
Risk of injury caused by assembly error

Inappropriate installation can lead to severe injury and/or damage to


property!
Therefore, this work may only be carried out by authorised, instructed personnel
who are familiar with the operation of the machine in compliance with all of the
relevant safety regulations:
- Ensure sufficient working clearance before starting work.
- Secure and cordon off the working and danger zone.
- Always wear protective clothing!
- Be careful when working on open components that have sharp edges! Risk
of injury!
- Always keep the working area clean and tidy. Store any unneeded machine
or fittings and tools in such a way that there is no risk of them falling down.
- Fit components appropriately. Comply with prescribed screw tightening tor-
ques. Incorrectly fitted components may cause severe injuries.

4.2 Tightening torques The screws on Demag brake motors must be tightened according to the tightening
torques in table 4. This also applies when bolts with a higher tensile strength are
used.

Table 4
Bolt tightening torques
For hexagon socket bolts according to DIN 912 and DIN 6912 for IM B 14 flange mounting
Bolt size M5 M6 M8 M 10 M 12 M 16
Tightening torque 6.0-7.5 Nm 10.5-14 Nm 25-30 Nm 50-60 Nm 86-100 Nm 215-255 Nm
For Verbus-Ripp self-locking screws for IM B 5 foot mounting and flange mounting
Bolt size M5 M6 M8 M 10 M 12 M 16
Tightening torque for
7.5 Nm 14 Nm 30 Nm 65 Nm 100 Nm 270 Nm
cast iron
Tightening torque for
9 Nm 18 Nm 45 Nm 75 Nm
aluminium casting

CAUTION!
Danger caused by loose connections

Loose connections are a danger to life and limb.


Tighten the connections to the tightening torques specified below.
Tighten the fastening screws of the terminal box cover to a torque of:
- 3.5 Nm for sizes KB 71-125!
- 2.5 - 3 Nm for sizes KB 140-225!

4.3 Assembly and disas- During assembly or disassembly of SB slip-ring motors, the brush holder axle must
be locked by clicking it in to the grid clamp. Release the lock device on the brush
sembly of SB slip-ring holder axle by lifting the grid clamp. Do not let the brush holder axle spring back
motors unhindered.

4.4 Options If existing options (e.g. IP55) or additional equipment, where applicable, is also
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disassembled during the assembly/disassembly of the motors, it must be ensured


that fluid seals and screw locking devices, for example, are restored professionally
during assembly.

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5 Mains connection

5.1 Safety instructions


DANGER!
Electric current!

Electrical energy can cause very severe injuries.


Work on the electrical equipment must only be carried out by specialists or
by trained personnel.
Switch off the unit and secure from being switched back on before any
maintenance, cleaning or repair work is carried out.
Do not remove any safety equipment or render it inoperative by carrying out
modifications.
Pay attention to the line voltage and connect terminals accordingly!

i NOTE

The motors are not connected when the unit is delivered.

5.2 Example of connections

5.2.1 Switching operation for one speed 5.2.2 Dahlander switching operation
for two speeds with a 1:2 ratio

W2 U2 V2 W2 U2 V2 2U 2V 2W 2U 2V 2W

U1 V1 W1 U1 V1 W1 1U 1V 1W 1U 1V 1W

L1 L2 L3 L1 L2 L3 L1 L2 L3 L1 L2 L3
41492844.eps 41492944.eps 41493044.eps

41493244.eps
switching operation Y switching operation
switching operation YY switching operation
Motor for switching operation Y switching operation Low speed High speed
at line voltage at line voltage

132/230 V 132 V 230 V Motors with the Dahlander switching operation are
230/400 V 230 V 400 V only designed for connection to one line voltage.
500 V 500 V
600 V 600 V
690 V 690 V

5.2.3 Switching operation with two separate 5.2.4 Switching operation with one winding for
windings for two speeds and one voltage one speed and two voltages with a 1:2 ratio

2U 2V 2W 2U 2V 2W U2 V2 W2 U2 V2 W2
U5 V5 W5

U5 V5 W5
1U 1V 1W 1U 1V 1W U1 V1 W1 U1 V1 W1

L1 L2 L3 L1 L2 L3 L1 L2 L3 L1 L2 L3
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41493044.eps 41493144.eps 41493344.eps 41493444.eps

Y switching operation Y switching operation


Low speed High speed YY switching operation Y switching operation
Low voltage High voltage
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6 Rotor connection for slip-ring motors

6.1 Three-phase rotor


for 2- and 4-pole
motors K
for pole-changing
L
motors (high speed
only) M K L M
for 6-pole SB 160-225
motors 41493544.eps 41493644.eps

To the starter or actuator

6.2 Two-phase rotor


for 6-pole SB 100-140
motors
K

L K Q L

41493844.eps
41493744.eps

To the starter or actuator

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7 Putting motors into operation

7.1 Safety instructions


CAUTION!
Assembly error!

Failure to do this may result in serious damage or injury.


Therefore, this work may only be carried out by authorised, instructed personnel
who are familiar with the operation of the machine in compliance with all of the
relevant safety regulations.

WARNING!
Crushing hazard

There is a risk of parts of the body being crushed when working on mo-
tors and during assembly/disassembly of motors.
When working on the sub-assemblies, make sure
that there are no limbs/extremities (hands, fingers or feet) between the indi-
vidual modules or between the modules and the surrounding area.
that there are no persons present in the immediate danger zone.

WARNING!
Shearing

During work on the fan wheel of the motor there is a risk of fingers being cut.
When working on the sub-assemblies, make sure
that there are no limbs (fingers) in the rotational area of the fan wheel.
that a cover is fitted in the area of the fan wheel.

WARNING!
Clothing and/or hair may become entangled

When working on motors there is a hazard due to rotating shafts which


may draw in or catch clothing or hair, for example.
When working on the sub-assemblies, make sure
that you wear close-fitting clothing and that you protect long hair with a cap
or hair net.

WARNING!
Increased noise level

Increased noise levels can be expected in the immediate vicinity of the


modules when the unit is in operation.
When working on the sub-assemblies, make sure
that you wear hearing protection,
that noise levels do not exceed the noise limit values according to
DIN EN 60034-9.
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WARNING!
Burns

Higher temperatures (90C) must be expected in the area of the stator


housing over longer operating phases.
When working on the sub-assemblies, make sure
that you avoid any contact with parts of the housing in this area to prevent
burns.
For your information:
Threshold values for burns are given in standard EN ISO 13732-1.

Do this only
if you have read the assembly instructions and the owner has instructed you in
all of the details,
if the assembly instructions are available for reference at the place of operation,
if you are qualified personnel,
if you are not under the influence of drugs, alcohol or medication that can ad-
versely affect your ability to react,
if the general accident prevention-, operating and installation regulations
(e.g. DIN-VDE 0100/0113) have been observed.
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8 Maintenance and installation work

8.1 Safety instructions


CAUTION!
Lubricants/oils

Risk of injury resulting from contact with the body/skin!


Oils and lubricants are a health hazard!
Contact with these media may result in serious damage to health
(poisoning, allergies, skin irritation, etc.)
Pay attention to the manufacturer's safety data sheets and instructions.

CAUTION!
Risk of injury! Risk of slipping!

Leaking oils and lubricants are hazards due to the increased risk of
slipping.
Spilt oils and lubricants must be absorbed immediately by means of sawdust or
oil absorbent and disposed of in an environmentally compatible way.

WARNING!
Shearing

During work on the fan wheel of the motor there is a risk of fingers being cut.
When working on the sub-assemblies, make sure
that there are no limbs (fingers) in the rotational area of the fan wheel.
that a cover is fitted in the area of the fan wheel.

WARNING!
Crushing hazard

There is a risk of parts of the body being crushed when working on mo-
tors and during assembly/disassembly of motors.
When working on the sub-assemblies, make sure
that there are no limbs/extremities (hands, fingers or feet) between the indi-
vidual modules or between the modules and the surrounding area.
that there are no persons present in the immediate danger zone.

WARNING!
Clothing and/or hair may become entangled

When working on motors there is a hazard due to rotating shafts which


may draw in or catch clothing or hair, for example.
When working on the sub-assemblies, make sure
that you wear close-fitting clothing and that you protect long hair with a cap
or hair net.
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WARNING!
Increased noise level

Increased noise levels can be expected in the immediate vicinity of the


modules when the unit is in operation.
When working on the sub-assemblies, make sure
that you wear hearing protection,
that noise levels do not exceed the noise limit values according to
DIN EN 60034-9.

WARNING!
Burns

Higher temperatures (90C) must be expected in the area of the stator


housing over longer operating phases.
When working on the sub-assemblies, make sure
that you avoid any contact with parts of the housing in this area to prevent
burns.
For your information:
Threshold values for burns are given in standard EN ISO 13732-1.

DANGER!
Live components

There is a danger of death.


Electrical energy may cause serious injuries. Danger of death due to electrical
current if the insulation or individual components are damaged.
Switch off the installation and secure from being switched back on before
carrying out any maintenance, cleaning or repair work.
Switch off the power supply before carrying out any work on the electrical
equipment. Make sure that components being replaced are completely de-
energised.
Do not remove any safety equipment or render it inoperative by carrying out
modifications.

Only carry out maintenance and installation work,


if you are qualified specialist personnel,
if the motors are at zero voltage,
if no hazard exists (e.g. crushing hazard, risk of slipping, etc.),
if the motors are secured from being switched back on,
if all cables and motor terminals are at zero potential (establish with a voltmeter),
with insulated tools,
using genuine spare parts.
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Original Ident. number / Language
EC conformity declaration for a machine 19960044 / EN
in the meaning of EC Directive 2006/95/EG, Annex III Issue Page
1011 1/ 1

Hereby we,

Demag Cranes & Components GmbH


Ruhrstrae 28, 58300 Wetter

declare that the products:

Demag AC motor type:


Z motor
KB motor
of serial design, with or without the relevant gearboxes,
has been declared in conformity with the following relevant regulation:

EC Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC

The product additionally complies with the following relevant directives/provisions:


EC EMC Directive 2004/108/EC

In particular, the following harmonised standards have been complied with for the manufacture of
the AC motor:

EN ISO 12100 Safety of machinery - General principles for design


EN 61000-6-2 Electromagnetic compatibility - Immunity for industrial
environments
EN 61000-6-4 Electromagnetic compatibility - Emission standard for industrial
environments
EN 60034-1 Rating and Performance
EN 60034-5 Types of Enclosures for Rotating Electrical Machines
EN 60034-7 Types of Construction and Mounting Arrangements (IM Code)
EN 60034-8 Terminal Markings and Direction of Rotation
EN 60034-9 Noise Limits
EN 60034-14 Mechanical Vibration;
Measurements, Evaluation and Limits of Vibration Severity
EN 60034-18-1 Functional Evaluation of Isolating Systems
EN 60034-301) Efficiency classes of three-phase motors with
squirrel-cage rotors, other than pole-changing motors (IE code)
EN 60529 Types of Enclosure (IP Code)

1) This standard only applies to Z.E motors.

Wetter, 15.08.2012

ppa. Thomas Wiesmann ppa. Dirk Schulte


Manager Plant Uslar Handling Technology & Drives
Engineering & Development

Industrial Cranes Segment


U04282

Reproduction in whole or in part only with prior consent of Demag Cranes & Components GmbH, 58286 Wetter Subject to change. No liability for errors or omissions
Original Ident. number / Language
EC conformity declaration for a machine 19960144 / EN
in the meaning of EC Directive 2006/95/EG, Annex III Issue Page
1011 1/ 1

Hereby we,

Demag Cranes & Components GmbH


Ruhrstrae 28, 58300 Wetter

declare that the products:

Demag AC motor type:


KD motor
KM motor
KLA motor 132 - 225
of serial design, with or without the relevant gearboxes,
has been declared in conformity with the following relevant regulation:

EC Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC


The product additionally complies with the following relevant directives/provisions:
EC EMC Directive 2004/108/EC

In particular, the following harmonised standards have been complied with for the manufacture of
the AC motor:

EN ISO 12100 Safety of machinery - General principles for design


EN 61000-6-2 Electromagnetic compatibility - Immunity for industrial
environments
EN 61000-6-4 Electromagnetic compatibility - Emission standard for industrial
environments
EN 60034-1 Rating and Performance
EN 60034-5 Types of Enclosures for Rotating Electrical Machines
EN 60034-7 Types of Construction and Mounting Arrangements (IM Code)
EN 60034-8 Terminal Markings and Direction of Rotation
EN 60034-9 Noise Limits
EN 60034-14 Mechanical Vibration;
Measurements, Evaluation and Limits of Vibration Severity
EN 60034-18-1 Functional Evaluation of Isolating Systems
EN 60529 Types of Enclosure (IP Code)

Wetter, 15.08.2012

ppa. Thomas Wiesmann ppa. Dirk Schulte


Manager Plant Uslar Handling Technology & Drives
Engineering & Development

Industrial Cranes Segment


U04282

Reproduction in whole or in part only with prior consent of Demag Cranes & Components GmbH, 58286 Wetter Subject to change. No liability for errors or omissions
The current addresses of the sales offices in Germany and the subsidiaries and
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