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  • Owners Manual

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    Coolerado Owners Manual C60A, M50B, M30

    Version 2014-1 August 20, 2014

    COOLERADO CORPORATION 4430 GLENCOE STREET, DENVER, COLORADO 80216 WWW.COOLERADO.COM

    INSTALLATION AND SERVICE PROVIDER

    COMPANY:_______________________________________________________

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    ADDRESS:________________________________________________________

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    TELEPHONE: _____________________________________________________

    INSTALLATION DATE: ___________________________________________

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    PLEASE CONTACT YOUR INSTALLATION AND SERVICE COMPANY FOR ASSISTANCE

    Table of Contents

    Welcome 3 Identifying your System 4 Product Overview M30, M50, and C60 Models 5 Important Facts 6 Preventative Maintenance 7 Water Quality 10 Initial Wetting of Coolerado Air Conditioner 11 Operation Your Coolerado System Thermostat 12 Seasonal Shutdown 13 Seasonal Start-up Procedure 14 HMX Cleaning 15 HMX Faceplate Cleaning 18 Warranty 19

    CAUTION: Please Review the Separate Installation Manual for Further Details and Precautions Read these instructions thoroughly and follow all warnings or cautions included in literature and attached to the unit. Recognize safety information and words: (DANGER) Identifies serious hazards which will result in severe personal injury or death.

    (CAUTION) Identifies unsafe practices which would result in minor personal injury, poor unit performance, product and/or property damage.

    (NOTE) Highlights suggestions which will result in enhanced installation, reliability, and operation.

    Equipment Information

    Unit Model #

    Unit Serial #

    Thermostat Make

    Thermostat Model #

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    Coolerado System Please read the Coolerado installation manual for full product details, warnings, recommendations, and descriptions.

    Welcome You have purchased the finest, most efficient air conditioner on the market. Review this manual in order to understand the features and benefits of your purchase.

    100% fresh, filtered, cool, and comfortable air with no added humidity

    Uses up to 90% less electricity than traditional air conditioners

    Energy Efficiency Rating (EER) of 40+ (COP of 11.7 +)

    Cooling capacity increases as temperature increasesthe hotter it gets, the better it works!

    Patented and proven thermodynamic technology

    No CFC refrigerants to harm the environment

    3-year limited warranty

    Low, easy maintenance

    Quiet

    By following the simple maintenance instructions in this manual your Coolerado air conditioner will provide years of comfortable, efficient, and reliable cooling. Should you have questions or need maintenance performed, please contact your installer.

    Coolerado Model C60, Figure 2

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    Identifying Your System

    Take the time to familiarize yourself with the type of system you have. This knowledge will be of use in understanding the basic operation of your new air conditioner. Your Coolerado unit is a self-contained indirect evaporative air conditioner that uses a patented Heat and Mass Exchanger process. The system can be placed either as an indoor or an outdoor unit. Outside air is pulled through the unit and is processed through the heat exchangers to provide cooling to the desired space. A separate working air discharge completes the units air flow needs. The system is connected to a thermostat which will call for cooling when needed. Each unit has a rating plate affixed to it which provides necessary information for specific identification of the unit. You should familiarize yourself with the product, model, and serial numbers listed on each rating plate. Record them for future reference on the first page of this booklet. Have the installing contractor identify and explain your systems location, air flows, filters, water system, and electrical disconnects. Your installation contractor should go over the systems operation and preventative maintenance schedule outlined in this manual. Routine preventative maintenance must be accomplished to ensure your system operates at its highest efficiency and to ensure years of reliable service.

    High Voltage Power Factory Wired ConnectionsSoap

    Pump

    Control Wiring, Low Voltage

    Do Not Block Filter Access Door

    Filter Access Door Handles

    Drain

    Water In

    Low Voltage Wire Terminals In

    High Voltage Wire Terminals In

    Outdoor Air In

    Model M50A, Figure 1

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    Product Overview

    M30

    Ideal for modular installations by placing units side by side. Shorter than the M50, it delivers up to 3 tons (10.5 kW) of cooling capacity* while only drawing a maximum of 600 watts of power at full flow. The conditioned air is cooled without added humidity. The fan is sized to handle most ducted applications and will deliver 900 CFM (1529 CMH or 425 L/S) of conditioned air. The filters in this unit are removed from the front above the fan. The unit weighs 240 lbs (108 kg) dry (shipping) and approximately 270 lbs (122 kg) wet (operating).

    M50B

    Delivers up to 5 tons (17.6 kW) of cooling capacity* and draws a maximum of 750 watts of power at full flow. The conditioned air is cooled without added humidity. The fan is sized to handle most ducted applications and will deliver 1,350 CFM (2,294 CMH or 635 L/S) of conditioned air. The filters in this unit are removed from the front above the fan. The unit weighs 370 lbs (168 kg) dry (shipping) and approximately 420 lbs (190 kg) wet (operating).

    C60A

    Delivers up to 6 tons (21.1 kW) of cooling capacity* and draws a maximum of 750 watts of power at full flow. The conditioned air is cooled without added humidity. The fan is sized to handle most ducted applications and will deliver 1,670 CFM (2837 CMH or 788 L/S) of conditioned air. The filters in this unit are removed from the side. The unit weighs 375 lbs (170 kg) dry (shipping) and approximately 475 lbs (215 kg) wet (operating) *Cooling capacity depends on the ambientwet bulb and dry bulbconditions. The units cooling capacities indicated above is based on a very high dry bulb temperature and a very low wet bulb temperature.

    Basic Operation

    Coolerado air conditioners use the patented Maisotsenko Cycle to cool air in the HMX (Heat and Mass Exchanger). A fan blows air through the HMX, diverting the air into two air streamsthe Conditioned Air Stream and the Working Air Stream. Water is injected into the HMX and is evaporated into the Working Air Stream. A small amount of excess water, used to maintain the cleanliness of the HMX, is drained away through the front drain outlet. Additionally, some water vapor in the Working Air exhaust is condensed after cooling and runs to the drain. This evaporation process cools a membrane, thereby indirectly cooling the Conditioned Air Stream, thus no moisture is added to the Conditioned Air. Ideally suited for dry climates, the unit may be used for comfort cooling. In areas with greater humidity, the unit can be used for pre-cooling make-up air. This product also allows for the use of Displacement Cooling Techniques to increase the overall effectiveness of the cooling process. By correctly applying the Coolerado system and Displacement Cooling techniques, a power savings of up to 90% can be realized.

    Humidity Affect

    The Coolerado HMX is cooled using a unique evaporative cooling cycle that is based on the evaporation of water in a multi-stage indirect system and does not add moisture to the Conditioned Air Stream. The cooling temperature of the HMX is based on Wet Bulb temperatures and typically produces Conditioned Air at 2-4

    oF (1 3

    oC) above the Inlet Air Stream wet bulb temperature, but can

    deliver temperatures below wet bulb at lower fan speeds.

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    Important Facts

    To better protect your investment and to eliminate unnecessary service calls, familiarize yourself with the following:

    Your Coolerado system should never be operated without clean air filters that are properly installed. Plan to inspect the filters monthly. Since the unit uses 100% outdoor air, the filters will need to be changed more often than standard HVAC systems that do not use 100% outdoor air.

    A clogged air filter will increase operating costs by reducing efficiency and could potentially impact system durability.

    Supply and return air registers should not be blocked. Drapes, furniture, and machinery are some of the items commonly

    found obstructing registers. Restricted airflow lessens the units efficiency and life span.

    The unit must have unrestricted airflow. Do not cover the unit, lean anything against it, enclose it or stand on it. Do not allow grass clippings, leaves, or other debris to accumulate around or on top of the unit. Maintain a 24-inch (600 mm) minimum clearance between the outdoor unit and tall grass, vines, shrubs, etc.

    Your indoor

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