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MITSUBISHI

SELFJECTOR
GENIUS -SERIES

Instruction Manual
Operation Manual 3A
(GBC-1, GBC-2)
English

MITSUBISHI KAKOKI KAISHALTD.

SELFJECTOR Instruction Manual Operation Manual 3A


GIE 0309 OM3A
IMPORTANT

This manual has been edited primarily to give instructions for processing mineral
oils such as fuel oils and lubricating oils.
This manual also contains the instructions for the optional equipment available for
the SELFJECTOR and GBC-1 and GBC-2 automatic control panels. The descriptions
for the optional equipment are clearly identified with the options specifications.
Confirm the specifications in the furnished documents and read only the portions
that apply to the options you have purchased.

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WARNING

This instruction manual is a guide for using an automatic discharge type oil purifier, the "Mitsubishi
SELFJECTOR Genius Series" (hereinafter referred to as the SELFJECTOR).
The SELFJECTOR is a centrifugal separator rotating at high speeds. Please read through this manual
and obtain a complete understanding of the contents of the manual before using the SELFJECTOR.
Handle the SELFJECTOR safely and operate it in the right way to get the best service.

The Instruction Manual for the SELFJECTOR is configured as shown on the


following page. This volume is one of the manuals composing Part 4,
Operation Manual 3A.

Be sure to use the appropriate manuals and have a complete


understanding of the contents of the manual before starting your work.

NOTE
If you purchase the SJ700, the "Mitsubishi SELFJECTOR Instruction Manual for Model SJ700" and one
of the Part 4 manuals that matches the automatic control panel specification will be supplied.

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: Design Engineer : Installer : Engine Engineer : Operator
Intended
Part

Manual Description Reader



1 Rigging Procedure Manual Information for transportation, handling and storage of the
machine
O O
Instructions for installation and dimensions
System diagram and connection diagram
2 Operation Manual 1 Precautions for safety
Configuration and construction of SELFJECTOR
O O
Motor, starter, automatic control panel
Multi-Monitor
3 Operation Manual 2 Precautions for safety
Functions of components
O O
Operation setting items and adjustment procedures
How to start and stop
4 Operation Manual 3A Precautions for safety
Function, operation and maintenance information on O O
automatic control panel GBC-1 and GBC-2
Operation Manual 3C Precautions for safety
Function, operation and maintenance information on O O
automatic control panel GSH-1
5 Maintenance Manual Precautions for safety
Disassembly and reassembly procedures
O O
Maintenance and inspection procedures
Troubleshooting and corrective action

NOTE
The Part 4 manuals (Operation Manuals 3A 3B) deal with the following types of the automatic control
systems. When you purchase the SELFJECTOR controlled by one of these control systems, the
associated operation manual of Part 4 will be supplied.

Automatic control systems: GBC-1GBC-2GSH-1

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CONTENTS

1. PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFETY.................................................................................. 1-1


1.1. SYMBOLS ASSOCIATED WITH SAFETY .....................................................................................1-1
1.2. PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFETY ......................................................................................................1-2

2. OVERVIEW OF AUTOMATIC CONTROL PANEL .................................................... 2-1

3. FUNCTIONS OF AUTOMATIC CONTROL PANEL .................................................. 3-1

4. CONTROL UNIT ........................................................................................................ 4-1


4.1. OUTSIDE VIEW OF CONTROL UNIT............................................................................................4-1
4.2. FUNCTIONS OF ALARM LEDS .....................................................................................................4-4

5. TERMINAL UNIT ....................................................................................................... 5-1


5.1. OUTSIDE VIEW OF TERMINAL UNIT ...........................................................................................5-1
5.2. FUNCTIONS OF INPUT AND OUTPUT INDICATION LEDS ........................................................5-2

6. TIMER TIME SETTING PROCEDURES .................................................................... 6-1


6.1. TIMES TO BE SET FOR TIMERS ..................................................................................................6-1
6.2. FRONT VIEW OF TIMER INDICATION/SETTING PARTS ...........................................................6-3
6.3. TIMER SETTING PROCEDURES..................................................................................................6-4
6.4. TIMER ELAPSED TIME INDICATION PROCEDURES .................................................................6-7

7. OPTIONAL FUNCTIONS ........................................................................................... 7-1

8. PREPARATIONS FOR OPERATION ........................................................................ 8-1


8.1. AUTOMATIC CONTROL PANEL ...................................................................................................8-1
8.2. PURIFIER........................................................................................................................................8-1

9. AUTOMATIC OPERATION........................................................................................ 9-1


9.1. PROCEDURES FOR AUTOMATIC OPERATION OF ONE SELFJECTOR ONLY ......................9-1
9.2. PROCEDURES FOR AUTOMATIC OPERATION OF TWO SELFJECTORS ..............................9-4
9.3. SLUDGE DISCHARGE TEST.........................................................................................................9-4
9.4. AUTOMATIC STOP ........................................................................................................................9-4
9.5. EMERGENCY STOP ......................................................................................................................9-4

10. ALARMS AND CORRECTIVE ACTIONS (SJ-G SERIES) ...................................... 10-1


10.1. "LEAK": OIL LEAKAGE ALARM ...................................................................................................10-1
10.2 . "NDIS": NO OPENING OF BOWL ALARM ................................................................................10-2
10.3 . "HTMP": OIL HIGH TEMPERATURE ALARM ..........................................................................10-3
10.4 . "VIBR": ABNORMAL VIBRATION .............................................................................................10-4

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11. ALARMS AND CORRECTIVE ACTIONS (SJ700) .................................................. 11-1
11.1. "LEAK": OIL LEAKAGE ALARM ...................................................................................................11-1
11.2. "NDIS": NO SHUTTING OF BOWL ALARM .................................................................................11-2
11.3. "HTMP": OIL HIGH TEMPERATURE ALARM .............................................................................11-3
11.4. "VIBR": ABNORMAL VIBRATION ................................................................................................11-4

12. SELECTING OPERATION MODE ........................................................................... 12-1


12.1. 2-STAGE PURIFIER OPERATION ..............................................................................................12-1
12.2 CLARIFIER OPERATION .............................................................................................................12-2

13. MAINTENANCE ....................................................................................................... 13-1


13.1. PILOT LAMP "AUTO. RUNNING" FAILS TO LIGHT ...................................................................13-1
13.2. REPLACEMENT OF AUXILIARY RELAY ....................................................................................13-3
13.3. REPLACEMENT OF FUSE ..........................................................................................................13-4

14. AUTOMATIC OPERATION FLOW SHEET ............................................................. 14-1


14.1. AUTOMATIC OPERATION FLOW SHEET (GBC-1, GBC-2) ......................................................14-1
14.2. AUTOMATIC OPERATION FLOW SHEET (SJ700) ....................................................................14-3

15. TIMING CHART ....................................................................................................... 15-1


15.1. SJ-G SERIES ................................................................................................................................15-1
15.2. SJ700 ............................................................................................................................................15-3

16. SCHEMATIC CONNECTION DIAGRAM (SJ-G SERIES) ....................................... 16-1


16.1. SJ-G SERIES AUTOMATIC CONTROL PANEL GBC-2 ......................................................16-2

17. SCHEMATIC CONNECTION DIAGRAM (SJ700) ................................................... 17-1


17.1. SJ700 AUTOMATIC CONTROL PANEL GBC-2 ..................................................................17-2

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1.PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFETY

Prior to use, carefully read through the "Precautions for Safety", and operate the SELFJECTOR in the
right way.

The precautions for safety in this instruction manual are intended for enabling the user to use the
SELFJECTOR safely and properly, and protecting the user from personal injury and damage. Carefully
read through the precautions until you have a complete understanding before performing any job or
procedure for operation or maintenance of the SELFJECTOR.

1.1.SYMBOLS ASSOCIATED WITH SAFETY

In this instruction manual, the precautions are headed by the following symbols. Since all of them
are important precautions associated with safety, be sure to strictly observe them.

DANGER: Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not heeded, will result
in death or serious injury.

WARNING: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not heeded, could result
in death or serious injury.

CAUTION: Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not heeded, may result in minor or
moderate injury or damage to the machine or facilities.

NOTE: Indicates the items which should be done or which will be of help if kept in mind for
operating the machine or performing work.

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1.2.PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFETY

CAUTION

The automatic control panel is a part of the equipment designed for automatic operation of the
SELFJECTOR. Improper handling of the panel could cause malfunctions and jeopardize your
safety. Before operation, maintenance and inspection of the panel, thoroughly read through this
manual and pay special heed to your safety when using the panel.

Do not attempt disassembly and reworking of the control panel without permission of
Mitsubishi Kakoki.

Never place the equipment in a position close to flammable materials.


If it is placed in a position close to flammable materials, an explosion or fire could result.

Before proceeding with wiring, check to ensure that the input power supply to the system is
OFF.
There is danger of an electrical shock.

Make sure that wiring is done by qualified electrical engineers.

Connect the equipment to the hull in an electrically effective way by use of the ground
terminal of the panel.
(Make sure that the equipment is grounded.)

Check to ensure that the rated voltage and frequency of the panel coincide with those of the
power supply.

Should questions arise concerning the contents of the manual,


please contact Mitsubishi Kakoki or your nearest Mitsubishi
Kakoki service agent.

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2.OVERVIEW OF AUTOMATIC CONTROL PANEL

The automatic control panel is designed for automatic operation of the Mitsubishi SELFJECTOR.
<Automatic Operation Processes>
Closes the main cylinder of the bowl [Supplies sealing water] Supplies feed oil (purifier operation)
[Supplies replacement water] Opens the main cylinder of the bowl (discharges sludge).

The automatic control panel consists of the following components.


(1) Control switches, pilot lamps, fuses, power supply
(2) Control unit (including timer functions)
(3) Terminal unit (including auxiliary relays and fuses)

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3.FUNCTIONS OF AUTOMATIC CONTROL PANEL

The front panel configuration and the functions of the control elements of the automatic panel are
described below.

Fig. 3-1 GBC-1

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Fig. 3-2 GBC-2

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"CONT. SOURCE"
Lights when the power is supplied to the automatic control panel.

"ON-OFF"
The power switch for the automatic control panel

"AUTO. START"
The automatic running start switch. The pilot lamp stays ON during automatic running.

"AUTO. STOP"
When this button is pressed during automatic running, the SELFJECTOR automatically shuts down
after completion of the process to discharge sludge.

"ALARM"
When any alarm occurs during operation, the pilot lamp comes on. The type of alarm that has
occurred cam be identified on the graphic panel.

"ALARM RESET"
When an alarm occurs, the pilot lamp is lighted and kept ON. To put out the pilot lamp, press this
button.
In the case of GBC-2, pressing this button enables selection of No. 1 SELFJECTOR or No.2
SELFJECTOR status for monitoring as desired on the graphic panel. To clear the retained alarm,
hold the button down for 2 seconds or longer.

"DISCHG. TEST"
When this button is pressed during automatic running, sludge is forced out.

"EMERG. STOP"
When this button is pressed, all the valves close and the SELFJECTOR shuts down immediately.

MM FUNC.
This is a selector switch for ON/OFF control of FEED signals from the control panel to the Multi
Monitor. When the [MM ON] lamp is off, no FEED signal is output from the control panel to the Multi
Monitor even during oil feed. Each time this button is pressed, the green [MM ON] lamp (LED) goes
on and out alternately.

GRAPHIC PANEL
On this graphic panel, the operational status of the SELFJECTOR, bowl operating water solenoid
valves (SV1 - 3) and 3-way solenoid valve (SV4) and the type of alarm can be identified.

SELFJECTOR monitor selection : GREEN


SV14 : GREEN
Alarm (LEAK, NO-DIS) : RED

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4. CONTROL UNIT

The control unit is a controller with a built-in logic for automatic operation of the SELFJECTOR. The
control unit also contains the timer function.

4.1. OUTSIDE VIEW OF CONTROL UNIT

The control unit consists of alarm indication LEDs and timer indication/setting parts. (For details,
refer to Fig. 4-1 Outside View of Control Unit (for GBC-1) and Fig. 4-2 Outside View of Control
Unit (for GBC-2)) It also has connectors for connection of the unit to the terminal unit, etc.

Alarm inditing
LEDs

ALARM
NO.1 OPTION NO.1
LEAK NDIS HTMP LTMP VIBR

Optional Function
SET.MODE DISP3 DISP2 DISP1
Selector Switch
MIN.
MODE
SEC.

MON.MODE

6789 456 45 6
AB
2345

23

23
78

78

Timer Indication
CD

EF 1 9 01 9 01
0
Setting Parts
T.SEL 101(102) 100(101) MW
T.SET

CN4
Connector Terminal
(No.1 Machine)

CN1

Power Terminal

Fig. 4-1 Outside View of Control Unit (for GBC-1)

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NO.1 NO.2
Alarm Indicating
LEDs

ALARM
NO.1 OPTION NO.1 NO.2 OPTION
LEAK NDIS HTMP LTMP VIBR
NO.2
Optional Function
SET.MODE DISP3 DISP2 DISP1 No.1 SEL.
Selector Switch
MIN.
MODE
SEC.

MON.MODE No.2 SEL.

6789 456 45 6
AB
2345

23

23
78

78

Timer Indication
CD

EF 1 9 01 9 01
0
Setting Parts
T.SEL 10 1(10 2 ) 100(10 1 ) MW
T.SET

CN4 CN5
Connector Terminal Connector Terminal
(No.2 Machine)
(No.1 Machine)

CN1

Power Terminal

Fig. 4-2 Outside View of Control Unit (for GBC-2)

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Table 4-1 Description of Individual Parts of Control Unit

Symbol
Name Symbols in parentheses
are for No. 2 machine
DISP1-DISP3 7-segment LEDs which indicate the elapsed or set time
of the timer. Use the MODE switch to change the
indications.
MODE Use the switch to switch the DISP1-DISP3 timer
indicators between elapsed time and set time. At the
MON. MODE side, the elapsed time is indicated. At the
SET. MODE side, the set time is indicated and can be
changed.
SEL. Use the switch to switch between the machine No. 1
SEL and No. 2 SEL for timer indication and setting. At
No. 1, machine No. 1 is selected. At No. 2, machine No.
2 is selected. This switch is equipped only GBC-2
T.SEL. Use the switch to select a timer No. whose setting is to
be indicated or changed.
Timer Nos. 0 through F
Timer Indication / (A through C, and F are not used.)
Setting Parts T.SET 101 (102) Use the switch to select the higher digit of a timer setting
time.
Setting value: 0-9
T.SET 100 (101) Use the switch to select the lower digit of a timer setting
time.
Setting value: 0-9
MW. Use the switch to change the timer set time.
When this switch is pressed, the set time of the timer
No. selected by the T.SEL. is changed to the value
selected by the T.SET.
MIN. Comes on when the currently used timer indicates time
in minutes.
SEC. Comes on when the currently used timer indicates time
in seconds.
In the case that even MIN. or SEC. which are not lighted
MIN.+SEC. counter(Timer No. E) is shown
Alarm Indication ALARM When an alarm occurs in the Selfjectors, the associated
LEDs LED comes on.
The LEDs in the upper stage are for the No. 1 machine,
whereas those in the lower stage are for the No. 2
machine.
Optional Function NO. 1 OPTION When the optional detector is to be used, set the switch
Selector Switches (NO. 2 OPTION) to ON to enable the optional function.
Power Terminal CN1 5V and 24V power supplies are connected.
Connector CH4 Connected to the terminal unit.
Terminal

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4.2. FUNCTIONS OF ALARM LEDs

The alarm LEDs on the control unit enable you to identify the type of alarm. For details, refer to the
following table. (Note: Refer to Fig. 4-1 Outside View of Control Unit (for GBC-1) and Fig. 4-2 Outside
View of Control Unit (for GBC-2).)

Table 4-2 Alarm Indication LEDs

Name Symbol Function


LEAK Comes on when Oil leakage alarm occurs.
NDIS Comes on when No openign of Bowl alarm occurs.
(Detection Function : Option)
In the case of the SJ700, the LED comes on when the
main cylinder of the bowl fails to close.
Alarm Indication
HTMP Comes on when Oil high temperature alarm occurs.
LEDs (ALARM)
(Detection Function : Option)
LTMP Comes on when oil low temperature alarm occurs.
(Detection Function : Option)
VIBR Comes on when abnormal vibration alarm occurs.
(Detector: Option)

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5. TERMINAL UNIT

The terminal unit inputs and outputs signals from/to external devices. Two units, one for the No. 1
machine, and one for the No. 2 machine, are provided. The terminal unit is connected to the control unit
through a connector.

5.1. OUTSIDE VIEW OF TERMINAL UNIT

The terminal unit consists of input/output indication LEDs, auxiliary relays, fuse, and external line
terminal boards. (For details, refer to Fig. 5-1.)

Power Terminal Fuse Auxiliary Relay Switch Connector Terminal Input Indication LEDs

SV2 VS DD LT 7SJ
SV1 LM MTR HT C-OP LM-I

SV4 VSR DISP LT-B ALM


SV3 FED MSTP HT-B AL-C S-OP

External Line Terminal Board Output Indication LEDs

Fig. 5-1 Outside View of Terminal Unit

Name Function
Input Indication LEDs Indicate the input status of signals. They come on when the corresponding front panel
pushbuttons are turned ON or when ON signals are issued from the corresponding detectors.
Output Indication LEDs Indicate the output status of signals. They come on when ON signals are output to the lamps
on the front panel of the control unit, when Open signals are output to the solenoid valves,
and when command signals are output to the detectors, respectively.
Auxiliary Relays Cause the lamps on the front panel of the control unit to illuminate, the solenoid valves to open,
or output signals to the individual detectors to be issued. The auxiliary relays are of the socket
type. When any of the auxiliary relays fails, it can be replaced independently.
Fuse Blows when an overcurrent flows to open or close the solenoid valve.
Power Terminal The power supply for opening the solenoid valve and the power supplies for the individual
detectors are connected
Connector Terminal Connected to the control unit.
External Line Terminal Used to connect external lines.
Board
Switches (SSW1, Used for switchover of starter stop output and alarm cancel signal output contacts Break and
SSW2) Make. *1. Do not change the settings done at the time of shipment from the factory.
Upper side of switch: Break Contact Lower side of switch: Make Contact

*1. For switchover of contacts Break and Make, the internal wiring in the control panel and emergency
switch contacts must also be changed. Therefore, you cannot change over contacts Break and Make
after shipment from the factory.

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5.2. FUNCTIONS OF INPUT AND OUTPUT INDICATION LEDs

Name Symbol Function


Input Indication LM Comes on when the Multi-Monitor is activated.
LEDs In the case of the SJ700, the LM comes on when the heavy liquid
detector (WFR) is activated.
VS Comes on when the vibration switch is activated.
MTR Stays ON during operation of the motor of the SELFJECTOR.
DD Stays ON during operation of the Multi-Monitor.
(Detection Function : Option)
In the case of the SJ700, the DD comes on when the sludge discharge
detector (SD) is activated.
HT Comes on when the processing oil at the inlet of the purifier has a high
temperature. (Detection Function : Option)
LT Comes on when the processing oil at the inlet of the purifier has a low
temperature. (Detection Function : Option)
C-OP Comes on when the clarifier operation mode is selected by terminal
board jumpering.
7SJ Comes on when the SJ700 operation mode is selected by terminal
board jumpering.
LM-I Comes on when LM interlock signal is input from the console. *
S-OP *1 Comes on when the 2-stage purifier operation mode is selected by
terminal board jumpering.
Output Indication SV1 Comes on when the bowl opening water solenoid valve is energized.
LEDs SV2 Comes on when the bowl closing water solenoid valve is energized.
SV3 Comes on when the sealing/replacement water solenoid valve is
energized.
SV4 Comes on when the solenoid valve for the feed valve is energized.
VSR Comes on when the vibration switch reset coil is energized.
(Detector: Option)
FED Stays ON while the feeding process is in progress. (For interlocking
Multi-Monitor)
MSTP Comes on when stop signal is output to the starter.
DISP Stays ON while the discharge process is in progress. (For interlocking
Multi-Monitor)
(Detector: Option)
HT-B Comes on when the block signal of processing oil high temperature
alarm is output to the console. *2
LT-B Comes on when the block signal of processing oil low temperature
alarm is output to the console. *2
AL-C Comes on when an alarm cancel signal is output to the starter. *
ALM Comes on when a collective alarm signal is output to the console. *2

*1. The LEDs of the No. 2 machine terminal board only are enabled.

NOTE
*1....The starter refers to the separately installed starter for the SELFJECTOR motor.
*2....The console refers to the control console used for remote control.

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6. TIMER TIME SETTING PROCEDURES

6.1. TIMES TO BE SET FOR TIMERS

The times to be set for the timers vary with the following factors.

o Model number of SELFJECTOR


o Type of feed oil
o Operating water pressure and sealing water pressure

It is therefore necessary to set the timers so as to match the field conditions. When a test run and
adjustments are performed by Mitsubishi Kakoki service personnel, the timers are set to the proper
values suitable for the field conditions before handover. If changes occur in the properties of feed oil
thereafter, refer to the following explanations and change the set times properly.

Table 6-1 Timer Nos. and Uses (Standard)

Timer No. Use Time that can be set


0 Interval between each solenoid valve operation 0-60s
1 Bowl opening time 0-60s
2 Replacement water supply time 0-60s
3 Sealing water supply time 0-60s
4 Intermittent bowl closing water supply intervals 0-60 min
5 Sludge discharge intervals 0-720 min (set in steps of 10 min)
6 Intermittent water supply time for closing bowl 0-60s
D Bowl cleaning water supply time 0-60s
E Bowl cleaning frequency setting 0-99times

Set the following timers when the optional detectors or functions are to be used.

Table 6-2 Timer Nos. and Uses (Optional)

Timer No. Use Time that can be set


Oil high temperature alarm block time 0-30 min
7 Set the time required before the processing oil
temperature stabilizes after the start of feeding. Even
if the processing oil has a high temperature, no alarm
is set off until the set time elapses. (Alarm block signal
is output.)
Oil low temperature alarm block time 0-30 min
8 Set the time required before the processing oil
temperature stabilizes after the start of feeding. Even
if the processing oil has a low temperature, no alarm is
set off until the set time elapses. (Alarm block signal is
output.)
Abnormal vibration block time 0-30 min
9 Set the time required before the SELFJECTOR motor
reaches the rated speed after turning the power ON.
Even if the vibrator switch is activated, no alarm is
produced until the set time elapses.

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Table 6-3 Standard Setting Times for Timers

Timer
ITEM No. Unit SJ10G SJ20G SJ30G SJ50G SJ60G SJ70G SJ100G SJ120G SJ150G SJ700

Interval 0 sec 15 15 15 15 15 15 20 20 20 5

Opening bowl 1 sec 3 5


Replacement
water 2 sec 5 8 12 14 14 19 29 29 32 12

Sealing water 3 sec 9 10 12 18 18 20 32 32 27 11


Intermittent water
supply 4 min 15 10
Operating water
supply for closing
bowl 6 sec 5 10

Discharge interval 5 min Refer to the NOTE 1)

Washing Fuel oil 0


D sec
Water
Lub. oil 12 13 19 26 26 31 48 47 47 0
Number of
Fuel oil 0
times of E time
washing Lub. oil 6 0

NOTE
1) The times for sealing water and replacement water timers shown in the table assume that the
supply flow rate is 8L/min for the SJ10G-30G, 12L/min for the SJ50G-70G, 16L/min for the
SJ100G-120G, 18L/min for the SJ150G, and 5L/min for the SJ700. Be sure to measure the
actual flow rate and set the times to proper values.
2) There is not a washing process in the case of the fuel oil purifier.

Table 6-4 shows the general discharge intervals for processing fuel oils and lubricating oils. The table is
intended for general guidance.

Table 6-4

Fuel oils Lubricating oils


Fuel oil A Fuel oil C Cross-head Trunk piston
2
(380mm /s at 50) engine engine
Standard Standard Standard Standard
Number of times of
discharge 12 24 12 24
(times/day)
Discharge interval
120 60 120 60
(min.)
Number of times of
washing 0 0 2 4
(times/day)

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6.2. FRONT VIEW OF TIMER INDICATION/SETTING PARTS

Mode Selector
[
h Switch
I X
Cb for
` switch-
Unit
PIndicators

\ l
Value\ Indicators

for indication of
over of
elapsed

^time/set
time



Min/Sec

^
b elapsed
^
C}
[ time/set
time
o

^ of
timer

SET. MODE DISP3 DISP2 DISP1 No.1 SEL

MIN.

MODE SEL
SEC.

MON. MODE No.2 SEL

89
67 45 6 45 6
AB
45

2 3

2 3
7 8

7 8
CD

@I

Machine XNumber
C
b`
23

EF 9 9
01 01 01 Selector Switch

T.SEL. 101 (102) 100 (101) MW


T.SET
^
C
} No.
Timer
I
Setting

l Value
I
Set
Value

l L

X
Cb
` Switch
Selector Selector
X
Cb` Switch X
C
b
Memory `Switch

Fig. 6-1

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6.3. TIMER SETTING PROCEDURES

To set a time for a timer, proceed as described below.

Set the power switch of the control panel to "ON", and check to see that the pilot lamp "CONT.
SOURCE" and the value indicator LEDs of the control unit are ON.
Operate the individual switches in the following sequence.

Set Time Calling-out Procedure

Select machine No. 1 or Set the mode selector Select a timer number to
2 by the machine switch (MODE) to SET. set by the timer number
number selector switch. MODE. selector switch (T.SEL).

Set Time Changing Procedures

Select a time to set by


the setting value Press the set value
selector switch (T.SET). memory switch (MW).
(2 digits)

If the set time is in excess of the value that can be set, the maximum value that can be set is set.

NOTE
o For information on the timer numbers and uses, refer to Section 6.1.
o Set the discharge interval timer (timer No. 5) in steps of 10 minutes. To set the timer to 180
minutes for example, set the timer time setting switches T.SET 101(102)and 100(101)to 1 and 8,
respectively.
o The unit of time for timer numbers 0 through 3, 6 and D is a second.
(The unit indicator LED SEC. lights.)
The unit of time for timer numbers 4, 5 and 7 through 9 is a minute.
(The unit indicator LED MIN. lights.)
Timer number E (counter) counts the number of times.
o Time numbers A-C and F are not used.
When any of the timer numbers A-C and F is selected, the SEC., MIN. and set value indicator
LED go out.

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6.3.1. Calling Set Time

It is possible to have the set time indicated on the value indicators before starting automatic
operation or during automatic operation. To call the set time of timer No.5 (Discharge Interval)
for the machine No.1 which has been set to 60 minutes, for example, proceed as described
below.

Set the SEL. Set the MODE Set the T.SEL.


to No. 1. to SET. to 5.

Machine No. 1 Timer No.

Then the indications will be presented as shown in the following table.

Unit Indicator
Control Switch Value Indicator
SEC. MIN.
No.1 SEL. Indefinite Indefinite Indefinite
000 to 999
SEL.

No.2 SEL.
SET. MODE Same as above (Flashing) Same as above Same as above

MODE

MON. MODE

789 060 (Flashing)


23 6
AB
45

C DE

F01

T.SEL.
*1

Fig. 6-2

*1. To operate the T.SEL. switch, use a thin pointed plain screwdriver or something else.
And turn crack of knob as point to the number.

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6.3.2. Changing Set Time

The operation times and intervals set by the timers can be changed as exampled below.
To change the set time of 60 minutes in the foregoing section to 180 minutes;

Set the T.SET Set the T.SET Press the MW


101 (102) to 1. 100 (101) to 8. switch.

The indications will be presented as shown in the following table.

Be sure to perform this procedure only after calling out the set time according to the instructions
given in Paragraph 6.3.1 Calling Set Time.

Unit Indicator
Control Switch Value Indicator
SEC. MIN.
45 6 45 6 060 (Flashing)
2 3

2 3
7 8

7 8

9 9
01 01

101 (102) 100 (101)


T.SET

*1
180 (Flashing)

MW.

Press

Fig. 6-3

*1. To operate the T.SEL. switch, use a thin pointed plain screwdriver or something else.
And turn crack of knob as point to the number.

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6.4. TIMER ELAPSED TIME INDICATION PROCEDURES

To monitor the elapsed time of a timer, proceed as described below. You can find the elapsed time
conveniently during operation of the purifier.

To find the elapsed time of timer No. 5 (Discharge Interval) of machine No. 1 for example, proceed
as described below.

Set the SEL Set the MODE Set the T.SEL.


to No. 1. to MON. to 5.

Machine No. 1 Timer No.

If the elapsed time is 23 minutes for example, the value indicators will indicate 023.

The unit of time is:


Seconds (s) when the unit indicator LED SEC. is ON.
Minutes (min) when the unit indicator LED MIN. is ON.

Unit Indicator
Control Switch Value Indicator
SEC. MIN.
No.1 SEL. Indefinite Indefinite Indefinite
000 to 999
SEL.

No.2 SEL.
*1.
SET. MODE Same as above (Steadily ON) Same as above Same as above

MODE

MON. MODE

789
023 (Steadily ON)
23 6
AB
45

C DE

F01 Elapsed time indicated


T.SEL. LED MIN. ON
*2

Fig. 6-4

*1. Provided on GBC-2 only.

*2. To operate the T.SEL. switch, use a thin pointed plain screwdriver or something else.And turn
crack of knob as pointed to the number.

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7. OPTIONAL FUNCTIONS

To use an optional detector, the optional function is to be enabled either by using the Optional Function
Selector Switch on the control unit or by bridging the terminals on the control panel terminal board with a
jumper wire. For information on the types of functions of the options, refer to Table 7-1.

The optional function selector switches are turned ON when they are set in the upper position and OFF
when they are set in the lower position. Accordingly, in the state shown in Fig. 7-1, only the discharge
detector is activated.

Since the optional functions are set to meet your requirements and specifications before shipment from
the factory, there is usually no need for changing the settings. Before operation, however, confirm the
settings.

NO.1 OPTION
ON

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Fig. 7-1 Optional Function Selector Switch

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Table 7-1

Terminal Board Function


Optional Function One for machine ON OFF
Name
Selector Switch No. 2 is shown in (Terminal board (Terminal board
parentheses short-circuited) open-circuited)
Discharge Detector 1(1) To enable Discharge To disable Discharge
[Sludge Discharge Detection Function or Detection Function or
switch] [Sludge Discharge switch] [Sludge Discharge Switch]
Oil high temperature 2(2) To enable oil high To disable oil high
alarm temperature alarm (block) temperature alarm (block)
Oil low temperature 3(3) To enable oil low To disable oil low
alarm temperature alarm (block) temperature alarm (block)
OP/OC 4(4) 1OP1-1OP2 To perform clarifier To perform purifier
(2OP1-2OP2) operation operation
SJ700 OPERATION 5(5) 1SJ1-1SJ2 To operate SJ700 To operate SJ-F series
(2SJ1-2SJ2)
Vibration switch 6(6) To enable vibration switch To disable vibration switch
2-stage purifier -(7) To enable 2-stage purifier To disable 2-stage purifier
operation (SO1-SO2) operation operation
LM signal interlock 8(8) To enable the function To disable the function
[caution] *1 which temporarily described at left
invalidates the leakage
detection Function by an
external signal

The statement in [ ] applies when the SJ700 is operated.

*1. When the SJ700 is operated, be sure to switch 8 to [OFF].

NOTE
Before performing the procedures for changing the settings of the optional functions, set the
power switch of the control panel to "OFF".

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8. PREPARATIONS FOR OPERATION

8.1.AUTOMATIC CONTROL PANEL

CAUTION
o Refer to Section 6.1 and check to ensure that each of the timers has been set to the proper
value suitable for the actual conditions (type of feed oil, model number of SELFJECTOR,
working water pressure, etc.).
o Pay special heed to the discharge interval timer "C015", as it affects the quantity of sludge to
be accumulated in the bowl of the SELFJECTOR. Make sure that the timer is set to the
proper value suitable for the type of feed oil. (To change the set time, refer to Section 6.)
o When you perform setting change of an option function (ex. changing a dipswitch and so on),
please turn [OFF] the power supply of a control panel for safety.

8.2.PURIFIER
8.2.1.SJ-G SERIES
For information on the SELFJECTOR and valves, refer to the separate "Operation Manual 2".
Refer to the attached 14.1 Automatic Operation Flow Sheet (GBC-1, GBC-2) as well.

CAUTION
o Make sure that the selection of the gravity disc is correct.
o Make sure position of the switches in the Multi-Monitor (MM) is right.
o Make sure the set pressure value of the operating water reducing valve is right.
o About details of the above, refer to Section 3.3, 3.6 and 3.7, 4, 5.5 and so on in "Operation
Manual 2".

8.2.2. SJ700
For information on the SELFJECTOR and valves, refer to the separate "Instruction Manual".
Refer to the attached 14.2 Automatic Operation Flow Sheet (SJ700) as well.

CAUTION
o Make sure that the selection of the gravity disc is correct.
o Make sure the set pressure value of the operating water reducing valve is right.
o About details of the above, refer to the separate " Instruction Manual ".

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9. AUTOMATIC OPERATION

The procedures for automatic operation include:


o Procedures for automatic operation of one SELFJECTOR
o Procedures for automatic operation of two SELFJECTORs

9.1. PROCEDURES FOR AUTOMATIC OPERATION OF ONE SELFJECTOR ONLY

Step 1. Start the SELFJECTOR by the separately installed starter.

Step 2. Set the power switch on the automatic control panel to "ON".
The pilot lamp "CONT. SOURCE" (WL) will light.

Step 3. After checking the ammeter to confirm that the SELFJECTOR has reached the rated
speed, press the pushbutton "AUTO. START" on the automatic control panel.
Solenoid valve SV2 will be operated, the bowl closing water will be supplied, and the main
cylinder of the bowl will be closed.

Step 4. The sludge discharge process timer and discharge interval timer in the automatic control
panel will operate in the following sequence for continuous purifier operation.

(Refer to the attached 17. Automatic Operation Flow Sheet and 18. Timing Chart as well.)

Interval timer 0 starts operation.

Timer 0 ... When the timer expires,


o Solenoid valve SV2 will be deactivated to stop supplying bowl-closing water.
o Solenoid valve SV3 will be activated to supply replacement water into the bowl.
o At the same time, replacement water setting timer 2 will start operation.
Timer 2 ... When the timer expires,
o Solenoid valve SV3 will be deactivated to stop supplying replacement water.
o Solenoid valve SV1 will be activated to supply bowl opening water, and the bowl will
be opened to discharge replacement water.
o At the same time, bowl opening water supply time setting timer 1 will start operation.
Timer 1 ... When the timer expires,
o Solenoid valve SV1 will be deactivated to stop supplying bowl opening water.
o Solenoid valve SV2 will operate to supply bowl closing water, and the bowl will be
closed.
o At the same time, timer 0 will start operation.
Timer 0...When the timer expires,
o Solenoid valve SV3 will be activated to supply sealing water into the bowl. At the
same time, sealing water supply time setting timer 3 will start operation.
o At the same time, timer 0 will start operation.
Timer 0...When the timer expires,
o Solenoid valve SV2 will be deactivated to stop supplying bowl-closing water.

Timer 3...When the timer expires,


o Solenoid valve SV3 will be deactivated to stop supplying sealing water.
o At the same time, timer 0 will start operation.

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Timer 0...When the timer expires,
o Solenoid valve SV4 for feed valve (SV5 in the case of the SJ700) will be activated to
open feed valve CV1. The feed oil will then be forced into the SELFJECTOR to start
purifying.
o Pilot lamp "FEEDING" will come on.
o The discharge interval timer (timer 5) will operate. The CV1 will continue to open as
long as the set time.
o While the feed timer is in operation, bowl closing water solenoid valve SV2 will
intermittently open to supply the bowl closing water.
More specifically, the following operations will be repeated:
Timer 4 will operate (intermittent bowl closing water supply interval) -> Timer 4 will
expire -> Timer 6 will operate (SV2 will open to supply bowl closing water) -> Timer 6
Automatically repeated during operation

will expires (SV2 will be closed) -> Timer 4 will operate.


o A "FEED" signal will be output to the Multi Monitor.
(In the case of the SJ700, this signal is output but is not used.)
o Timer 7 will operate. After the timer has expired, the "Oil high temperature alarm
block" signal output will be stopped (when the optional function selector switch 2
is ON).
o Timer 8 will operate. After the timer has expired, the "Oil low temperature alarm
block" signal output will be stopped (when the optional function selector switch 3
is ON).
Timer 5 ...When the timer expires,
o When the set time of the discharge interval timer 5 elapses, solenoid valve SV4 for
feed valve (SV5 in the case of the SJ700) will be deactivated to close feed valve CV1
and stop supplying the feed oil.
o The "FEED" signal to the Multi-monitor will be cut off.
o At the same time, timer 0 will start operation.
o "DISCHARGE PROCESS" signal will be output to the Multi-Monitor. (Optional
Specification)
(In the case of the SJ700, this signal is not output.)
o "OIL HIGH TEMPERATURE ALARM BLOCK" signal will be output
(when the optional function selector switch 2 is ON).
o "OIL LOW TEMPERATURE ALARM BLOCK" signal will be output
(when the optional function selector switch 3 is ON).
Timer 0....When the timer expires,
o Solenoid valve SV3 will be activated to supply replacement water into the bowl.
o Bowl cleaning frequency timer (counter) E will operate to add one time to the current
count.
o At the same time, replacement water supply time setting timer 2 will start operation.
Timer 2...When the timer expires,
o Solenoid valve SV3 will be deactivated to stop supplying replacement water.
o Solenoid valve SV1 will be activated to supply the bowl opening water. The bowl will
then open to discharge sludge.
o At the same time, bowl opening water supply time setting timer 1 will start operation.
Timer 1...When the timer expires,
o Solenoid valve SV1 will be deactivated to stop supplying the bowl opening water.
o Solenoid valve SV2 will operate to supply bowl closing water, and the bowl will be
closed.
o At the same time, timer 0 will start operation.

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Timer 0...When the timer expires, (When timer E is not counting)
o Solenoid valve SV3 will be activated to supply sealing water into the bowl. At the
same time, sealing water supply time setting timer 3 will start operation.
o At the same time, timer 0 will restart operation.
o The "DISCHARGE PROCESS" signal output to the Multi Monitor will be stopped.
(Optional Specification)
o The reset coil signal will be output to the vibration switch for a second. (Optional
Specification)
Timer 0...When the timer expires,
o Solenoid valve SV2 will be deactivated to stop supplying bowl-closing water.

Timer 3...When the timer expires,


o Solenoid valve SV3 will be deactivated to stop supplying sealing water.
o At the same time, timer 0 will start operation.

Timer 0... When the timer expires (when timer E is counting),


o Timer 0 will restart operation.
o The "DISCHARGE PROCESS" signal output to the Multi Monitor will be stopped.
(Optional Specification)
Timer 0... When the timer expires,
o Solenoid valve SV2 will be deactivated to stop supplying bowl-closing water.
o Solenoid valve SV3 will open to supply cleaning water into the bowl.
o At the same time, timer D will start operation.
Timer D... When the timer expires,
o Solenoid valve SV3 will be deactivated to stop supplying bowl-cleaning water.
o Solenoid valve SV2 will operate to supply bowl opening water, and the bowl will be
opened to discharge cleaning water.
o At the same time, timer 1 will start operation.
Timer 1... When the timer expires,
o Solenoid valve SV1 will be deactivated to stop supplying bowl-opening water..
o Solenoid valve SV2 will operate to supply bowl closing water, and the bowl will be
closed.
o At the same time, timer 0 will start operation.
Timer 0... When the timer expires,

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9.2. PROCEDURES FOR AUTOMATIC OPERATION OF TWO SELFJECTORS

Step 1. Start both No. 1 and 2 machines by the starter.


If one of the machines is already in operation, start the other one.

Step 2. After confirming that the SELFJECTOR(s) has reached the rated speed, press the "AUTO
START" of the associated machine on the automatic control panel. Then both the No. 1
and 2 machines will automatically repeat the discharge and feed operations according to
Step 4 in Section 9.1.

9.3. SLUDGE DISCHARGE TEST

During feeding operation, a sludge discharge test can be performed at any time irrespective of
the elapsed feed time. When pushbutton "DISCHG. TEST" on the automatic control panel is
pressed, the SELFJECTOR will enter the sludge discharge process in the same way as upon
expiry of the discharge interval timer (timer 5).

As soon as the sludge discharge process is completed, the SELFJECTOR will directly be
restored to the automatic operation.

9.4. AUTOMATIC STOP

Press pushbutton "AUTO. STOP" on the automatic control panel.


The SELFJECTOR will automatically stop operation after completion of the sludge discharge
process.

9.5. EMERGENCY STOP

CAUTION
When the SELFJECTOR is shut down because of an emergency, No opening of Bowl,
abnormal vibration or overload, it will stop operation without discharging the sludge
accumulated in the bowl. If the SELFJECTOR is directly restarted, the bowl might lose balance
and cause a hazardous situation. For this reason, be sure to disassemble the bowl and
remove the sludge according to "Operation Manual 2" before restarting operation.
In the case of the SJ700, refer to the "Mitsubishi SELFJECTOR Instruction Manual (Model
SJ700)".

CAUTION
The automatic control panel is electrically interlocked with the starter. Therefore, the
automatic control panel is not operable unless the SELFJECTOR is started by the starter.
To operate the SELFJECTOR, without using the automatic control panel, manually operate the
individual solenoid valves.

In cases of emergency, press pushbutton "EMERG. STOP" on the automatic control panel.
In any of the processes, the power supply to the SELFJECTOR will be cut off, and all the solenoid valves
will be closed to stop operation.

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10. ALARMS AND CORRECTIVE ACTIONS (SJ-G SERIES)

10.1. "LEAK": OIL LEAKAGE ALARM

CAUTION
Remove the cause of an alarm before pressing pushbutton "ALARM RESET".

If the feed oil or processing oil flows out toward the heavy liquid outlet side or sludge chute side
during feeding operation, and the light liquid side pressure falls, the leakage detector function (LM)
will be operated to light the fault indicating lamp on the automatic control panel and close feed valve
CV1. The SELFJECTOR will then stop operation after discharging the sludge.

If an alarm occurs, remove the cause of the alarm according to the following table. Thereafter,
press pushbutton "ALARM RESET" on the automatic control panel and perform the procedures to
restart operation.

Table 10-1

Alarm Cause Corrective Action


Oil Leakage(LEAK) 1. Sealing water/replacement water 1. Replace with non-defective parts.
If the leakage monitor solenoid valve SV3 failed to operate
function of the because of failure of timer 3 or loose
multi-monitor is contact of the relay in the automatic
operated during the control panel.
feeding process in
the automatic 2. The required quantity of sealing water 2. Adjust the set time of the timer.
operation mode, pilot was not supplied because the set
lamp "ALARM" on the time of timer 3 in the automatic control
automatic control panel was too short.
panel , and the
"LEAK" LED in the 3. No sealing water was supplied 3. Repair or replace.
graphic panel and the because of failure of sealing
automatic control water/replacement water solenoid
panel will light. The valve SV3.
SELFJECTOR will
automatically stop 4. False alarm due to Multi Monitor 4. Repair or replace.
operation after failure.
discharging sludge.

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10.2 . "NDIS": NO OPENING OF BOWL ALARM
(Optional Specification)

This alarm occurs when no discharge is detected by the discharge detector function (DD) despite
the fact that a DISCHARGE SLUDGE signal was sent to the bowl opening solenoid valve (SV1).

As soon as this alarm occurs, the SELFJECTOR will stop operation immediately. After removal of
the cause of the alarm, press pushbutton "ALARM RESET" on the control panel and perform the
procedures to restart operation.

Table 10-2

Alarm Cause of Alarm Corrective Action


No opening of Bowl 1. The bowl failed to open because of 1. Refer to the separate "Maintenance
(NDIS) failure of the SELFJECTOR proper. Manual".

2. The bowl opening water was not 2. Repair or replace the valve with a
supplied because of failure of bowl non-defective one.
opening solenoid valve SV1.

3. SV1 failed to open because of failure 3. Replace the relay or unit with a
of the auxiliary relay or terminal unit. non-defective one.

4. Failure of Multi Monitor 4. Refer to the separate "Maintenance


Manual".

5. A fault in the water or air system 5. Refer to the separate "Maintenance


Manual".

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10.3 . "HTMP": OIL HIGH TEMPERATURE ALARM
"LTMP": OIL LOW TEMPERATURE ALARM
(Optional Specification)

This alarm occurs when the temperature of the processing oil becomes so high or low during
feeding operation that the thermal switch is operated. Even if this alarm occurs, the SELFJECTOR
will continue to operate.

To clear the alarm, remove the cause of the alarm. Thereafter, press pushbutton "ALARM RESET"
on the control panel.

Table 10-3

Alarm Cause of Alarm Corrective Action


Oil High Temperature 1. The temperature of the processing oil 1. Adjust the set time of the timer.
Alarm (HTMP) was not stable because of the set
time of timer 7 or 8 of the automatic
control panel was too short.
Oil Low Temperature
Alarm (LTMP) 2. The temperature regulator for the 2. Readjust or repair the temperature
processing oil failed to function regulator.
properly.

3. Thermal switch out of order 3. Replace the switch with a


non-defective one.

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10.4 . "VIBR": ABNORMAL VIBRATION
(Optional Specification)

This alarm occurs when the vibration switch is operated by occurrence of an abnormal vibration in
the SELFJECTOR.

As soon as the alarm occurs, the SELFJECTOR will stop operation immediately.

Disassemble and check the SELFJECTOR and remove the cause of the alarm. Thereafter, press
pushbutton "ALARM RESET" on the control panel and perform the procedures to restart operation.

Table 10-4

Alarm Cause of Alarm Corrective Action


Abnormal vibration 1. Abnormal vibration of the bowl 1. Refer to the separate "Maintenance
(VIBR) occurred because of a fault in the Manual".
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2. The vibration switch was operated 2. Adjust the set time of timer 9.
because of vibration at the time of a
start, because the set time of timer 9
was too short.

3. The reset coil of the vibration switch 3. Replace the auxiliary alarm with a
was not operated because of loose non-defective one.
contact of the auxiliary relay.

4. Vibration switch out of order 4. Replace the switch with a


non-defective one.

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11. ALARMS AND CORRECTIVE ACTIONS (SJ700)

11.1. "LEAK": OIL LEAKAGE ALARM

CAUTION
Remove the cause of an alarm before pressing pushbutton "ALARM RESET".

If the processing oil leaks out toward the heavy liquid outlet side during feeding operation, the heavy
liquid detector (WFR) will be operated to light the alarm indicating lamp on the automatic control
panel and close feed valve CV1. The SELFJECTOR will automatically stop operation after
discharging sludge.

If an alarm occurs, remove the cause of the alarm according to the following table. Thereafter,
press pushbutton "ALARM RESET" on the automatic control panel and perform the procedures to
restart operation.

Table 11-1

Alarm Cause of Alarm Corrective Action


Oil Leakage 1. Sealing water leaked toward the 1. Refer to the separate "Mitsubishi
(LEAK) heavy liquid outlet side because of a SELFJECTOR Instruction Manual
If the heavy liquid fault in the SELFJECTOR proper. (MODEL SJ700)" and make repairs.
detector is operated
during the feeding 2. Sealing water/replacement water 2. Replace with non-defective ones.
process in the solenoid valve SV3 failed to operate
automatic operation because of failure of timer 3 or loose
mode, pilot lamp contact of SV3 power feeding relay in
"ALARM" on the the automatic control panel.
automatic control
panel and the "LEAK" 3. The required quantity of sealing water 3. Adjust the set time of the timer.
LED in the automatic was not supplied because the set
control panel will time of timer 3 in the automatic control
light. The panel was too short.
SELFJECTOR will
automatically stop 4. No sealing water was supplied 4. Repair or replace.
operation after because of failure of sealing
discharging sludge. water/replacement water solenoid
valve SV3.

5. Alarm error because of failure of 5. Repair or replace.


heavy liquid detector (WFR)

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11.2. "NDIS": NO SHUTTING OF BOWL ALARM

If the bowl of the SELFJECTOR fails to close during automatic operation, the sludge discharge
detector mounted to the SELFJECTOR will be operated to light the alarm indicating lamp on the
automatic control panel and close feed valve CV1. The SELFJECTOR will automatically stop
operation after discharging sludge.

If an alarm occurs, remove the cause of the alarm according to the following table. Thereafter,
press pushbutton "ALARM RESET" on the automatic control panel and perform the procedures to
restart operation.

Table 11-2

Alarm Cause of Alarm Corrective Action


No Shutting of Bowl 1. The bowl failed to close because of a 1. Refer to the separate "Mitsubishi
(NDIS) fault in the SELFJECTOR proper. SELFJECTOR Instruction Manual
(MODEL SJ700)" and make repairs.

2. The bowl closing water was not 2. Repair or replace the valve with a
supplied because of failure of non-defective one.
solenoid valve SV2.

3. SV2 failed to operate because of 3. Replace the relay or unit with a


failure of the auxiliary relay or terminal non-defective one.
unit.

4. Failure of sludge discharge detector 4. Repair or replace the detector with a


(SD) non-defective one.

5. A fault in the water or air system 5. Repair.

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11.3. "HTMP": OIL HIGH TEMPERATURE ALARM
"LTMP": OIL LOW TEMPERATURE ALARM
(Optional Specification)

This alarm occurs when the temperature of the processing oil becomes so hot or low during the
feeding operation that the thermal switch is operated. Even if this alarm occurs, the SELFJECTOR
will continue to operate.

To clear the alarm, remove the cause of the alarm. Thereafter, press pushbutton "ALARM RESET"
provided on the automatic control panel.

Table 11-3

Alarm Cause of Alarm Corrective Action


Oil High Temperature 1. The temperature of the processing oil 1. Adjust the set time of the timer.
Alarm (HTMP) was not stable because of the set
time of timer 7 or 8 of the automatic
Oil Low Temperature control panel was too short.
Alarm (LTMP)
2. The temperature regulator for the 2. Readjust or repair the temperature
processing oil failed to function regulator.
properly.

3. Thermal switch out of order 3. Replace the switch with a


non-defective one.

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11.4. "VIBR": ABNORMAL VIBRATION
(Optional Specification)

This alarm occurs when the vibration switch is operated by occurrence of an abnormal vibration in
the SELFJECTOR.

As soon as the alarm occurs, the SELFJECTOR will stop operation immediately.

Disassemble and check the SELFJECTOR and remove the cause of the alarm. Thereafter, press
pushbutton "ALARM RESET" on the control panel and perform the procedures to restart operation.

Table 11-4

Alarm Cause of Alarm Corrective Action


Abnormal vibration 5. Abnormal vibration of the bowl 5. Refer to the separate "Maintenance
(VIBR) occurred because of a fault in the Manual".
SELFJECTOR proper.

6. The vibration switch was incorrectly 6. Adjust the set time of timer 9.
operated because of vibration at the
time of a start, because the set time of
timer 9 was too short.

7. The reset coil of the vibration switch 7. Replace the auxiliary alarm with a
was not operated because of loose non-defective one.
contact of the auxiliary relay.

8. Vibration switch out of order 8. Replace the switch with a


non-defective one.

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12. SELECTING OPERATION MODE

12.1. 2-STAGE PURIFIER OPERATION

To perform a series operation with two SELFJECTORs arranged in series, enable the 2-stage
purifier operation function either by using the switch on the control panel or by bridging the terminals
on the terminal board of the control unit.

The 2-stage purifier operation function is set to OFF at the factory before shipment.

12.1.1. Operation

When the 2-stage purifier operation function is enabled, the SELFJECTOR will perform the
following operations in addition to the normal operations.

(1) When the SELFJECTOR No. 1 (No. 2) enters into the discharge process, the feed valve of
No. 2 (No.1) is closed for a time to stop the feed signal output to the multi monitor to
disable the leakage detector function.

(2) During the clarifier operation, when the SELFJECTOR No. 1 (No. 2) is stopped, No. 2
(No.1) is stopped as well. The same is true in the event that either SELFJECTOR is
stopped on an alarm signal or through the EMERG. STOP button.

12.1.2 Setting Procedures

To enable the 2-stage purifier operation function, perform either of the following setting
procedures.

(1) Set the No. 2 machine optional function selector switch "7" of the control unit to ON.

NO.2 OPTION
ON

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

(2) Bridge the external line terminals, SO1 and SO2, of machine No. 2 by a jumper wire.

NOTE
o Before changing the optional function settings, be sure to set the power switch of the
control panel to "OFF".
o For detailed information on 2-stage purifier operation, refer to the section on series
operation in "Operation Manual 1".

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12.2 CLARIFIER OPERATION

To perform a clarifier operation (2-layer separate operation), enable the clarifier operation function
either by using the switch on the control unit or by bridging the terminals on the terminal board of the
control panel with a jumper wire.

The clarifier operation function is set to OFF at the factory before shipment.

12.2.1. Operation

When the clarifier operation function is enabled, the SELFJECTOR will perform the following
operation.

(1) No replacement water and no sealing water will be supplied in the discharge process.
(The timer count for replacement water (timer 2) and that for sealing water (timer 3) are
made, but the SV3 is not energized.)

12.2.2 Setting Procedures

To enable the clarifier operation function, perform either of the following setting procedures.

(1) Set the optional function selector switch "4" of the associated machine to ON.

NO. OPTION
ON

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

(2) Bridge the external line terminals, 1OP1 and 1OP2 (2OP1 and 2OP2)* with a jumper wire.

* The external line terminals in parentheses apply to machine No. 2.

NOTE
o Before changing the optional function settings, be sure to set the power switch of
the control panel to "OFF".
o For detailed information on clarifier operation, refer to "Operation Manual 1".

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13. MAINTENANCE

13.1. PILOT LAMP "AUTO. RUNNING" FAILS TO LIGHT

During automatic operation, pilot lamp "AUTO. RUNNING" on the control panel should stay ON.
If the "AUTO. RUNNING" is OFF, the following causes are suspected.

(1) Defective pilot lamp


(2) Blown fuse
(3) Defective control unit
(4) Defective terminal unit

When the cause is (1), replace the pilot lamp with a spare one.

When the cause is (2), (3) or (4), all of the solenoid and air valves will close, and the automatic
operation function will stop.

(The SELFJECTOR, however, will continue to rotate.)

Check to locate the cause and take corrective action in the sequence shown on the following page.

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Proceed as described below to locate the cause.

Troubleshooting Procedures Corrective Action

Set the power switch of the Note


control panel to "ON". (1) When the portion marked applies, contact
Mitsubishi Kakoki or your nearest Mitsubishi
Kakoki agent.

The "CONT. SOURCE" pilot OFF


lamp on the control panel
After setting the power switch of the control
panel to "OFF", replace the power fuse with a
ON spare one.
Select timer 0 by the DIP
switch "T.SEL" of the
control unit and watch the
indicator section.

In this case, set the power switch on the


Both are OFF or ON. control panel to "OFF" and then to "ON"
LED "MIN." and/or "SEC." again. If the same conditions persist, no
automatic operation is possible. A defective
control unit or DC power supply is suspected.
Either one is ON.

LED "MTR" of the terminal ON


unit

OFF Temporarily bridge external


terminals, "M11" and "M12", to
Check whether the motor
check whether the LED "MTR" of
operation signal is output
the terminal unit lights.
from the starter.

Does not light.


Being output Pilot lamp "MTR"
Motor operation signal

Lights
Not output Check the external wiring A defective control unit is
between the starter and suspected.
Check the starter automatic control panel.

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13.2. REPLACEMENT OF AUXILIARY RELAY

The auxiliary relay on the terminal unit may fail because of its operating life limit or deterioration.

When the auxiliary relay is out of order, replace it by the following procedures.

Relay Replacement Procedures (Refer to Fig. 13-1 as well.)

(1) Unlock the relay socket by forcing both ends to open outward ().

(2) Pull the relay straight upward by use of a pointed wrench or something else ().

(3) Insert a new relay straight in the relay socket ().

CAUTION
When you replace the relay, be sure to set the power switch of the control panel to "OFF"
beforehand. Otherwise there is danger of electrical shock.

NOTE
o Make sure that the relay is inserted all the way until it is blocked.
o Set the relay with the white marking on the top.


Relay


Marking (White)

Relay Socket

Fig. 13-1

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13.3. REPLACEMENT OF FUSE

The fuse on the terminal unit may blow because of deterioration or solenoid valve overcurrent.
Replace a blown fuse by the following procedures.

Fuse Replacement Procedures (Refer to Fig. 13-2 as well.)

(1) While pressing down on the fuse holder cap, unlock it by turning counter-clockwise.
( and )

(2) Remove the fuse holder cap and replace the fuse with a new one. ()

(3) While pressing down on the fuse holder cap, lock it by turning clockwise. ( and )

CAUTION
When you replace the fuse, be sure to cut off the power supply to the automatic control
panel. Otherwise there is danger of electrical shock.

Fuse Holder

Fuse Holder Cap



Fuse

Fig. 13-2

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14. AUTOMATIC OPERATION FLOW SHEET

14.1. AUTOMATIC OPERATION FLOW SHEET (GBC-1, GBC-2)

14.1.1.GBC-1, GBC-2 (Standard)


Automatic Starter Electric
control panel Power source

2 S S S

V9 1
C
3 V5 OIL HEATER
E

B
V6
A
V7

V10

G
V8

F D

Fig. 14-1

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14.1.2.GBC-1, GBC-2 (including options)
The following flow sheet shows the system with all the optional detectors mounted.
Automatic Starter Electric
control panel Power source

2 S S S

V9 1 TH
1
1
TL
C
VS
3 V5 OIL HEATER
E

B
V6
A 1

V7

V10

G
V8

1 Option
F D

Fig. 14-2

High temperature thermal switch (Option)


TH
Low temperature thermal switch (Option)
TL
Vibration switch (Option)
VS

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14.2.AUTOMATIC OPERATION FLOW SHEET (SJ700)

14.2.1. SJ700 (Standard)

AUTOMATIC
STARTER CONTROL
PANEL


ELECTRIC
SOURCE

SV5 AF1
S
C

CV1
P SV3
S

SV1

OIL HEATER
S T F


SV2
P S

G WFR
SD
P

B M
C

D E F

Fig. 14-3

SV1 : Solenoid valve (for bowl opening water) A: Dirty oil inlet
SV2 : Solenoid valve (for bowl closing water) B: Purified oil outlet
SV3 : Solenoid valve (for sealing water) C: Compressed air inlet
SV5 : Three-way solenoid valve (for feed valve air) D: Operating water drain
CV1 : Feed valve E: Sludge/water outlet
AF1 : Air filter F: Water (heavy liquid) outlet

WFR : Heavy liquid detector G: Clean water (high pressure water) inlet
SD : Sludge Discharge switch H: Return

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14.2.2. SJ700 (including options)

The following flow sheet shows the system with all the optional detectors mounted.

AUTOMATIC
STARTER CONTROL
PANEL


ELECTRIC
SOURCE

SV5 AF1
S
C

CV1
P SV3
TH
S
TL

SV1

OIL HEATER
S T F


SV2
P S

G VS WFR
SD
P

B M
C

D E F
Fig. 14-4

SV1 : Solenoid valve (for bowl opening water)


SV2 : Solenoid valve (for bowl closing water) A: Dirty oil inlet
SV3 : Solenoid valve (for sealing water) B: Purified oil outlet
SV5 : Three-way solenoid valve (for feed valve air) C: Compressed air inlet
CV1 : Feed valve D: Operating water drain
AF1 : Air filter E: Sludge/water outlet
F: Water (heavy liquid) outlet
WFR : Heavy liquid detector G: Clean water (high pressure water) inlet
SD : Sludge Discharge switch H: Return
TH : High temperature thermal switch (Option)
TL : Low temperature thermal switch (Option)
VS : Vibration switch (Option)

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15. TIMING CHART
15.1.SJ-G SERIES

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16. SCHEMATIC CONNECTION DIAGRAM (SJ-G SERIES)

o The attached drawing contains all of the optional detectors and circuits, some of which may not be
provided or used, depending on the specification for the SELFJECTOR you have purchased. Refer to
the drawing in the finished drawing as well.

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16.1.SJ-G SERIES AUTOMATIC CONTROL PANEL GBC-2

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17. SCHEMATIC CONNECTION DIAGRAM (SJ700)

o The attached drawing contains all of the optional detectors and circuits, some of which may not be
provided or used, depending on the specification for the SELFJECTOR you have purchased. Refer to
the drawing in the finished drawing as well.

o The attached drawing shows the system which uses the SJ-G series as machine No. 1 and the SJ700
as machine No. 2.

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17.1.SJ700 AUTOMATIC CONTROL PANEL GBC-2

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