Windstorm WS-54P Series Galvanized Butterfly Fan Installation Manual

Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 Wind Storm Fans WS-54PBDBG Fan 54” GALV Panel 1.5HP 1725RPM 115/230V 60 Hz Only WS-54PBDBG3 Fan 54” GALV Panel 1.5HP 1725RPM 230/460V 3P 60 Hz Only WS-54PBDBG-NM Fan 54” GALV Panel No Motor 60 Hz Only WS-54PBDBG-V Fan 54” GALV Panel 1.5HP 1725RPM 230V VFD 1/ 3P Drive Inc (Includes Spanish Version - Incluye versión en español)

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Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 2 Wind Storm Fans Table of Contents GrowerSELECT General Page.................................................................................................................................3 Safety .........................................................................................................................................................................4 Warning Labels .......................................................................................................................................................4 Installation ...............................................................................................................................................................5 Operation Safety .....................................................................................................................................................5 Maintenance Safety ................................................................................................................................................5 Installation.................................................................................................................................................................6 Framing ...................................................................................................................................................................6 Assembly.................................................................................................................................................................7 Wiring...................................................................................................................................................................... 13 VFD Initial Set Up. .................................................................................................................................................. 17 Pre-Operation Assessment .................................................................................................................................. 20 Operation................................................................................................................................................................ 20 Maintenance ........................................................................................................................................................... 21 Troubleshooting .................................................................................................................................................... 23 Performance........................................................................................................................................................... 24 Exploded Diagrams/Replacement Parts ............................................................................................................. 25 Hog Slat Limited Warranty.................................................................................................................................... 27 Seguridad ................................................................................................................................................................ 32 Etiquetas de advertencia ..................................................................................................................................... 32 Instalación ........................................................................................................................................................... 33 Seguridad de la operación ................................................................................................................................... 33 Seguridad del mantenimiento ............................................................................................................................. 33 Instalación .............................................................................................................................................................. 34 Enmarcado ........................................................................................................................................................... 34 Ensamblaje .......................................................................................................................................................... 35 Alambrado .............................................................................................................................................................. 41 Configuración Inicial VFD. ................................................................................................................................... 45 Evaluación previa a la operación ........................................................................................................................ 48 Operación ................................................................................................................................................................ 48 Guía de soluciones................................................................................................................................................ 51 Rendimiento ........................................................................................................................................................... 52 Diagramas ampliados/Piezas de reemplazo ......................................................................................................... 53 Garantía limitada de Hog Slat ................................................................................................................................ 54

Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 3 Wind Storm Fans GrowerSELECT General Page General Installation Notes: Make sure that power is disconnected from system prior to servicing. Installation of this equipment and related OEM equipment should be in accordance with these instructions, OEM’s installation instructions and local codes (if applicable). Failure to follow specified instructions may cause damage to equipment and/or personal injury or death. Take special note of any Warnings or Safety Decals on the equipment and in manuals. Always wear protective clothing and any applicable Personal Protective Equipment (Safety Glasses and/or Ear Plugs) when working with the equipment. Discarded materials, equipment and boxes should be recycled in accordance with local and national codes. Safety Instructions: Read all safety messages in this manual and on equipment safety decals. Follow recommended precautions and safe operating practices. Ground all electrical equipment for safety. Ground all non-current carrying metal parts to guard against electrical shock. Always keep safety decals in good condition and replace missing or damaged decals.

Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 4 Wind Storm Fans Safety Warning Labels Warning Decals have been placed on the equipment to warn of potentially dangerous situations. Care should be taken to keep this information intact and easy to read at all times. Replace missing or damaged safety signs. Safety–Alert Symbol This is a safety–alert symbol. When you see this symbol on your equipment, be alert to the potential for personal injury. GrowerSelect equipment is designed to be installed and operated as safely as possible...however, hazards do exist. Safety decals should be read and understood thoroughly by individuals within the local area of the fan. Safety decals should be visible from both the front and back of the fan. Should a decal be missing or damaged, please contact Hog Slat Inc. for a free replacement: Hog Slat Inc. 206 Fayetteville St. Newton Grove, NC 28366 Toll Free: 800-949-4647 Local: 910-594-0219 The below safety decal should be represented and visible on both the front and back sides of the fan. This label is identified by the HSLABEL-080 part number in the lower right corner. WARNING – FLYING OBJECTS AND ROTATING PARTS Ensure fan guards are in place during operation. Securely tighten propeller to shaft to avoid slipping. Disconnect power supply for inspection or service when guards are removed and personnel are exposed to propeller. WARNING – HIGH VOLTAGE Disconnect electrical power before inspecting or servicing equipment unless maintenance instructions specifically states otherwise. Ground all electrical equipment for safety. All electrical wiring must be done by a qualified electrician in accordance with local and national electrical codes. Ground all non-current carrying metal parts to guard against electrical shock. With the exception of motor overload protection, electrical disconnects and over current protection are not supplied with the equipment.

Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 5 Wind Storm Fans Installation Prior to any installation product should be inspected for any damage caused during shipping. Any damage found should be documented and communicated to liable parties. Operation Safety When fan is in operation no attempt should be made to service or interact with parts from the fan. Any attempt to interact with fan parts while the fan is operating could result in injury. Inlet and exit guards and or shutters are in place to help prevent foreign objects from entering inside the outer perimeter of the housing. If maintenance to the fan is required, interrupt the source of power to the motor and allow propeller to come to a complete stop before moving forward with any efforts to service. Maintenance Safety Wind Storm Fans are designed and built with operator safety in mind. Some safeguards must be disassembled or removed for the parts to be serviced or replaced. As this fan does have moving parts and is supplied with electrical power, steps must be taken to ensure safety around these presented hazards. READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE SERVICE OR PART REPLACEMENT 1. Read and understand the operating manual before trying to install or operate Wind Storm Fans. 2. Power supply should be turned OFF and LOCKED OUT for service to motor and electrical components. Use CAUTION in checking voltage or other procedures requiring power to be ON. 3. DO NOT attempt to bypass any safety features or devices to operate the fan. 4. Keep fan clean of all debris that may collect the motor, prop, and any bearings, belts, or pulleys. 5. Use CAUTION is working around all moving parts of the fan. Fan guards or shutters must be in place before fan can be safely started and operational.

Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 6 Wind Storm Fans Installation Framing The rough in opening for the fan is an exact measurement that accounts for the heads of fasteners and openings for fan. Ensure there is proper clearance for installation or rough opening may require larger measurements. Fan Model Size Rough Opening (Width x Height) 54” Galvanized Outside Mount Panel MAX 57 1/2” X 57 1/2” (154.3 cm x 161.3 cm) MIN 53” X 53” (134.6 cm x 134.6 cm)

Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 7 Wind Storm Fans Assembly 1. Remove packaging from fan and cone if applicable. • Locate hardware kit(s) and supplied literature and store for later use. • Ensure not to damage the fan or components during this step. Locate bottom fan support (WS-54304) and place centered in bottom of rough opening with flange facing outward as shown below. Attach with #14 Sheet metal screws (805060) to secure. NOTE: This support aids in mounting. After completion of installation the support does not carry any structural load. 2. 3. Assembly Venturi (WS-54309), Cone support (WS-54314), and Cone Brace (WS-54315) as shown below using Truss head bolts with the bolt heads on the interior facing face of the Venturi. Parts List Item Quantity Part Number Description 1 4 WS-54314 Bracket, Cone Support Panel Fan 2 4 WS-54315 Brace, Cone Support Panel Fan 3 16 607182 Screw Slotted Truss 5/16”-18 X 1” M/S Gr2 Zinc 4 16 606241 Nut Serrated Hex Flange 5/16” -18 Zinc Repeat all 4 corners

Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 8 Wind Storm Fans 4. This step require (2) installers. Place bottom of fan assembly into flange of bottom support, rotate until fan interior face of fan mates with the wall then secure using sheet metal screws (805060) 5. Remove bolts in motor plate holes, rotate motor plate into position and secure with bolts previously removed. 6. Remove motor from packaging and install on motor plate positioned as far forward as possible. Use fasteners secured to motor plate. *ATTN: the motor pulley is pre aligned but alignment should be verified in next step.

Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 9 Wind Storm Fans 7. Remove belt from hardware kit and install to capture pulleys and tension arm. THE BELT HAS A ROTATION DIRECTION. INSPECT BELT AND INSTALL SO ROTATION ARROWS TRAVEL COUNTER CLOCKWIRE WHEN LOOKING AT THE FAN FROM THE INTAKE! Once installed the belt tensioner should be located at notch 2 see image below. Assembly 1. Hold belt as shown in Figure. 2. Place end tab through two links at once and twist tab into place. 3. Bend back and insert second tab through end link by twisting tab 90° with thumb. 4. Ensure tab returns to position across belt. Reverse belt so tabs run inside. Installation 1. Turn belt with tabs to the inside before installing. 2. Determine direction of drive rotation. 3. Belt must travel following the belt direction arrow ( ) with tabs trailing. 4. Fit belt in nearest groove of smaller pulley. 5. Roll belt onto larger pulley, turning the drive slowly. Belt may seem very tight, this is okay. DO NOT JOG MOTOR. 6. Check to see all tabs are still in their correct position and are not twisted out of alignment. 7. For multiple belt drives, work belt from groove to groove. On particular wide drives, it may be easier to install half the belts from the inboard side and half from the outboard. Note: With drive ratios around 1:1, it may be necessary to add back one link to allow belts to be rolled on. This does not apply if using Alternate Installation Method.

Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 10 Wind Storm Fans 8. Assemble cone. This step requires (2) installers. Begin by placing one cone panel on the ground with the end with connection slots slightly elevated. Insert the connection tabs into the connection slots and rotate to parallel. Continue for all 4 panels. (IF ONLY 2 PERFORATED PANELS ARE PRESENT THEY MUST BE INSTALLED OPOSING ONE ANTHOER AND INSTALLED ON THE FAN IN THE 3 OCLOCK AND 9 OCLOCK POSITION) 9. Connect cone panels to form round shape. This step requires (2) installers. Stand the cone upright with the larger diameter on the ground and force the cone to bend to allow the final connection tabs to insert into the remaining connection slots. Secure round connections with 5/16” serrated bolts (605095) and serrated nuts (606240) leaving the slots closet to the larger diameter and the 3rd row of holes closest to the small diameter open at this time. 10. Install Weather stripping around the outer ring of the butterfly. Cut holes or break stripping to allow for mounting bolts to pass. ! TO ENSURE PROPER DRAINAGE ENSURE GAP IN WEATHERSTRIPPING OF AT LEAST 1 INCH AT BOTTOM OF BUTTERFLY AFTER INSTALL! 11. Insert butterfly assembly into cone leaving the doors to open toward large end. The 4 mounting holes in the butterfly should align with the 3rd row of holes in the cone assembly. Insert 5/16” X 1 1/2” Hex head bolts through the butterfly and cone with the bolt head on the inside of the butterfly. The image below is provided for clarity.

Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 11 Wind Storm Fans 12. Flex the 4 mounting supports away from the orifice of the fan prior to installation of cone. 13. Using 2 people lift the cone and butterfly assembly and slide onto housing. Align then pull down cone supports then secure with washer and serrated flange nuts. Repeat for all 4 corners. 14. Insert end of supplied stainless steel cable through hole at the 12 o’clock position, secure end above cone with supplied cable clamp. 15. Insert grill guard into the cone and secure top connection with serrated bolt, nuts, and washers with the washer and bolt on the exterior of the housing. 16. Pull stainless steel cable until tight and having it exit at the 6 o’clock position of the cone. 17. Loosely secure bottom bolt, nut, and washer. Wrap stainless steel cable around bolt twice and tighten to secure. Cable should be tight but should not be applying force to the assembly. 18. Secure remaining fasteners to finish grill guard installation.

Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 12 Wind Storm Fans 19. This step is optional. If an on center spacing distance of 68” or greater was chosen move to step 16. In the event on center spacing of less than 68” was chosen cone panels can be deformed along perforated line and bolted to each other provide uniform airflow and to eliminate opposing vibration. 20. From the interior of the house assemble interior guard as shown with supplied zip ties. (8) total zip ties should be used securing in all 8 corners. 21. Drill the secure cup hooks to support interior guard. 4 should be used across the top capturing the corners with 2 supports in the middle. The remaining 2 should be located on the bottom right and bottom left corners to secure the interior guard. Depending on spacing chosen for fans slight modifications may have to be made to the mounting of the interior guard. In the event the fan blade scrapes the venturi during initial power testing slight adjustment may be necessary. To adjust the fan blades loosen the 4 bolts securing the uprights and shift the entire rotation assembly to eliminate scraping then secure all 4 bolts. THIS COMPLETES THE HOUSING ASSEMBLY OF THE FAN

Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 13 Wind Storm Fans Wiring To access motor, turn shutter retainer clips so shutter can be removed. Again, make sure that power is disconnected from system prior to servicing. Always ensure proper prop rotation after install or motor replacement. During operation air should be directed from inside the building to the outside. ALWAYS FOLLOW MOTOR WIRING DIAGRAM PROVIDED ON MOTOR! ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD! • Motor replacement and the associated wiring changes should only be made by qualified and properly trained individuals. • Failure to follow the above warning can cause improper equipment function, premature failure of equipment or electrical shock, leading to property damage or personal injury. Single Phase (230 Volt Wiring) Three Phase (230/460 Wiring) -note rotation, if change is needed swap any leg (L1, L2, or L3).

Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 14 Wind Storm Fans If you have purchased a product with a VFD Motor please see below! The following motors DO NOT contain internal thermal protection. They are intended to be used in conjunction with a variable frequency drive (Listed in table below). If any of the motors listed below are used in an application where they are not directly controlled by a variable frequency drive, then INSTALLATION/VALIDATION OF EXTERNAL THERMAL PROTECTION IS REQUIRED! EXTERNAL THERMAL PROTECTION SHOULD BE SIZED APPROPRIATELY Please reference NEC 430.31/430.32/430.40 for additional information regarding overload protection sizing. Motor Drive HS9308-VFD HSFI-1001 HS9306A-VFD HSFI-1001 HS9309-VFD HSFI-1001 HS9314-VFD HSFI-1002 HS9378-VFD HSFI-1002 NOTE: Please be aware that when determining wire and or breaker size and layout that fans with phase conversions (Single to Three Phase) should be sized according to the AMP draw of Drive and not the motor. Examples are shown below. Wire size should be appropriate to accommodate Drive’s input rated Amperage. Fan Model Number input Rated Amps AS-14EDDLP-V 8.8A AS-18EDDLP-V 8.8A AS-24EDDLP-V 8.8A AS-36EDDLPA-V 8.8A AS-54XEBDLP-V 13.3A AS-57EBDBP-V 13.3A AS-57EBDBPG-V 13.3A AS-54EDDLP-ID 20.0A WS-F52B2A-V 13.3A WS-54SBDLA-V 13.3A WS-54PBDBG-V 13.3A

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Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 17 Wind Storm Fans VFD Initial Set Up. The following settings should be input to the drive initially. The start source, standard reference, and minimum frequency setting should be adjusted following minimum ventilation testing. In order to adjust the settings, provide power to the drive and depress the blue M button to access the set point menu. Example is provided below. To access/change settings depress blue M button, using the up and down arrows scroll until desired setting is on the display screen, Depress the blue M button to select the setting, using the up and down arrow keys input desired value. Once desired value is displayed depress the blue M butting again to save the setting. Use up and down arrows to advance to next setting. Setting 60Hz (208-240V) Supply 50Hz (208-240V) Supply P100 Start Control Source 0 0 P101 Standard Reference Source 0 0 P102 Minimum Frequency 30 30 P103 Maximum Frequency 60 50 P104 Acceleration Time 7 7 P105 Deceleration Time 7 7 P110 Start Method 5 5 P152 Scaling Frequency 60 50 P161 Speed at Max Frequency 60 50 P302 Motor Rated Voltage 230 220 P303 Motor Rated Current FLA from Motor @230V 60HZ FLA from Motor @ 220V 50Hz P304 Motor Rated Frequency 60 50 P305 Motor Rated Speed RPM from Motor @60Hz RPM from Motor @ 50Hz TO RESET DRIVE TO FACTORY SETTINGS CHANGE SETTING P199 TO 03 (For 60 Hz) OR 04 (For 50 Hz)

Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 18 Wind Storm Fans Minimum Ventilation Testing The following steps should be taken BEFORE ANIAMALS ARE PLACED! If two drives are present both drives must be set up and tested simultaneously. Provide power to drive(s) and press the green Run button on both drive(s) Ensure fan(s) are operating and rotating correct direction. 30 Hz should be displayed on drive(s) Manually adjust the vents to the desired opening for minimum ventilation. Adjust fan(s) speed using the up and down arrows ensuring to adjust both units (if 2 drives are present) until the desired static pressure is reached. Note the setting! This is now the minimum frequency setting for minimum ventilation. Depress the Red stop button Following the same method from above adjust the following settings for all supply voltages and frequencies P100 Start Control Source Set to (1) Terminal Strip P101 Standard Reference Source Set to (1) 0-10VDC Terminal Strop P102 Minimum Frequency Set to frequency determined above in minimum ventilation testing If two drives are present ensure both drives are set up the same. Drive set up is now complete and is set to automatic mode (controlled via whole house controller) *The 0-10 Volt signal supplied from the whole house controller must be modified (scaled) appropriately based on minimum ventilation testing. 60Hz Example if 30 hz is determined to be the minimum setting the 0-10V signal should become 5-10V signal. 30Hz/60Hz = .5 .5 X 10V = 5V 50Hz Example if 30 Hz is determined to be the minimum setting the 0-10V signal should become 6-10V signal. 30Hz/50Hz=.6 .6 X 10V= 6V

Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 19 Wind Storm Fans Back Up Thermostat Set Up The supplied Variable Frequency Drive is capable of accepting a backup signal to tell the drive to operate at a user defined speed if a condition is met. (Example a thermostat) The following steps and wiring diagram illustrate how to set this up. Connect back up signal device as shown below. Following the same method from above adjust the following settings P121 TB-13A Input Function Set to (3) Auto Reference: Preset 1 P125 Acceleration Time 2 Set to (7) Seconds P126 Deceleration Time 2 Set to (7) Seconds P131 Preset Speed #1 Set to desired override speed (60) Hz for full speed.

Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 20 Wind Storm Fans General Installation Notes: Make sure that power is disconnected from system prior to servicing. Installation of this equipment and related OEM equipment should be in accordance with these instructions, OEM’s installation instructions and local codes (if applicable). Failure to follow specified instructions may cause damage to equipment and/or personal injury or death. Take special note of any Warnings or Safety Decals on the equipment and in manuals. Always wear protective clothing and any applicable Personal Protective Equipment (Safety Glasses and/or Ear Plugs) when working with the equipment. Discarded materials, equipment and boxes should be recycled in accordance with local and national codes. Safety Instructions: Read all safety messages in this manual and on equipment safety decals. Follow recommended precautions and safe operating practices. Ground all electrical equipment for safety. Ground all non-current carrying metal parts to guard against electrical shock. • Motor replacement and the associated wiring changes should only be made by qualified and properly trained individuals. • Failure to follow the above warning can cause improper equipment function, premature failure of equipment or electrical shock, leading to property damage or personal injury. Pre-Operation Assessment Before beginning fan operation, please follow the below checklist to ensure that:  Fan power cord securely connected to a good power supply.  All safety labels are visible to personnel that will work in the area.  Exit wire guard and inlet shutter are in place and secured to the fan housing.  No foreign objects are protruding though the fan housing. Operation At all times during operation fan orifice should be free of debris. In the event any component of the fan is compromised discontinue use immediately and contact your local Hog Slat representative. During operation shutter doors should open completely and rotate a full 90 degrees. In the event shutter doors are not opening completely force door open 90 degrees. (Slight deformation of the corner of the shutter door lip is expected and will not affect the performance and or life of the shutter)

Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 21 Wind Storm Fans Maintenance In order to begin any maintenance or service to the fan, power must be turned OFF and all moving parts must come to a complete STOP before accessing. All parts inside of the fan housing are accessed by removing the exit wire guard and inlet shutter. Once service is complete, clean excessive build-up from parts. Excessive dust and dirt on parts can cause vibration in the propeller and overheating of the motor. Before beginning operation again, ensure that all safeguards are back in place and all foreign objects are free from the area. DURING MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION THE FOLLING MUST BE MAINTAINED TO ENSURE PROPER PERFORMANCE AND TO EXTEND USABLE COMPONENT LIFE. • DRIVE COMPONENTS ALIGNMENT o Proper alignment of pulleys, tension arms, etc.. is required to avoid excessive belt and drive component wear. Failure to maintain correct alignment during maintenance will void warranty of drive components  A straight edge or laser alignment device should be utilized to check for alignment of drive components [! IMPORTANT ! If for any reason drive system components are removed/replaced or loosened; it is important to ensure that components are properly realigned to achieve proper performance and longevity ] • BELT TENSION AND DIRECTION (when applicable) o Proper belt tension and direction is critical to avoid excessive belt and drive component wear. Failure to maintain correct belt tension during operation or maintenance will void warranty of drive components.  Supplied belt tensioner should be used to ensure proper belt tension.  Correct operation occurs when the tension arm is operating at the second indicator mark  Correct belt direction (when applicable) can be determined by an indicator on the belt notating desired rotation direction

Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 22 Wind Storm Fans • BEARING LUBRICATION (when applicable) o Proper bearing lubrication is critical to ensure adequate operating life of bearings. Failure to follow a lubrication schedule during operation will void warranty of bearings  Bearings should be greased every 4-6 months (where applicable)  Premium grease is recommended  Use of electric grease gun is strictly prohibited and will void warranty of bearings • PROPER V GROOVE MAINTAINCE o Proper V groove dimensions are critical to maintaining performance and eliminating excessive belt wear. Failure to maintain proper V groove dimension will void warranty of drive components.  V belt gauges should be utilized to check for correct V groove dimensions.  Alternatively belts location on pulley can be used. Correct dimensions should allow belt to ride slightly above the outermost diameter of the pulleys, if belt rides below outermost diameter, pulley(s) should be changed.

Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 23 Wind Storm Fans Please see below for direction regarding applying grease to pillow block bearings UCP20516G5 (Bearings shipped on Grower Select Fans) Grease Amount: (1) Stroke on most standard grease guns or 0.8 grams * Volume dispensed per stroke should be verified with grease gun manufacturer Grease Interval: Every 300 Hours of Operation Type of Grease: Lithium Based NLGI No.2 Note: ELECTRIC OR BATTERY POWERED GREASE GUNS SHOULD NOT BE USED AND MAY VOID WARRANTY! Troubleshooting Trouble Possible Cause(s) Corrective Action Excessive noise Worn motor bearing. Replace Damage to fan blade Replace prop Loose fasteners on motor or housing Tighten fasteners Excessive vibration Fan blade is out of balance due to dirt build-up. Clean entire unit Fan blade is out of balance due to damage Replace prop Insufficient airflow Intake or exhaust guards clogged with debris Clean entire unit Intake or exhaust blocked by foreign object Remove object from airflow path Fan won’t operate Open power supply circuit. Check wiring and reset circuit breaker Defective motor Reset motor, repair, or replace Motor overheats and nuisance trips Improper airflow due to clogged Inlet/Outlet Clean entire unit Motor or Fan prop has excessive debris build-up Clean entire unit

Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 24 Wind Storm Fans Performance Hog Slat Inc. takes great pride in supplying our customers with fans that meet or exceed their performance numbers. This is achieved by testing fans from the production line and continually working to maintain consistency in test data. BESS TEST 18222 WS-54PBDBG Static Pressure (in.H2O) Airflow (cfm) Rpm Volts Amps Watts cfm/Watt 0.00 31800 561 230.6 6.59 1453 21.9 0.05 30400 560 231.5 6.90 1513 20.1 0.10 28400 558 230.2 7.28 1610 17.6 0.15 26100 556 229.8 7.61 1653 15.8 0.20 23600 554 229.7 7.92 1723 13.7 0.25 16400 553 229.6 8.10 1784 9.2 0.30 11200 553 229.9 8.00 1755 6.4

Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 25 Wind Storm Fans Exploded Diagrams/Replacement Parts WS-54PBDBG PARTS LIST ITEM PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION Fan 5 PAK3458 Pulley AK34-5/8 ALL 6 PAK1091 Pulley AK109-1 ALL 7 HS903-7A Belt Power Twist Gray (BOM only) ALL 8 HS9080 Motor 1.5 HP 1725 RPM 56 FR 1 PH 115/208-230V 60Hz Only WS-54PBDBG HS9314 Motor 1.5 HP 1725/1425 RPM 208-230/460V 60/50 Hz 3 Phase WS-54PBDBG3 HS9314-VFD Motor 1-1/2HP 1725RPM 208-230/460V 3Ph 60/50Hz VFD WS-54PBDBG-V 9 HS903-2 Jack Shaft Housing Galvanized 2.5mm Thick ALL 10 HS902-1 54” Fan Prop Guard 68” Cone MD ALL 11 HS900-54CA Propeller 54” 3-Blade Galvanized ALL N/S HSFI-1002 Inverter Frequency 2HP 240V 0-500Hz NEMA4X Outdoor WS-54PBDBG-V For OSHA compliant guards, contact your local Hog Slat representative.

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Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 27 Wind Storm Fans Hog Slat Limited Warranty Hog Slat warrants products to be free from defects in material or workmanship for a period of twenty-four (24) months from the date of original purchase. Hog Slat will credit, repair, or replace, at its option any product deemed defective within this time period. Labor costs associated with the replacement or repair of the product are not covered by the Seller/Manufacturer. Conditions and Limitations 1. The product must be installed by and operated in accordance with the instructions published by the Seller/Manufacturer or Warranty will be void. 2. Warranty is void if all components are not original equipment supplied by the Seller/Manufacturer. 3. This product must be purchased from and installed by an authorized retailer/distributor or certified representative thereof or the Warranty will be void. 4. Malfunctions or failure resulting from misuse, abuse, negligence, alteration, accident, or lack of proper maintenance shall not be considered defects under the Warranty. 5. This Warranty applies only to components/systems for the care of poultry and livestock. Other applications in industry or commerce are not covered by this Warranty. 6. This Warranty applies only to the Original Purchaser of the product. The Seller/Manufacturer shall not be liable for any Consequential or Special Damage which any purchaser may suffer or claim to suffer as a result of any defect in the product. “Consequential” or “Special Damages” as used herein include, but are not limited to, lost or damaged products or goods, costs of transportation, lost sales, lost orders, lost income, increased overhead, labor and incidental costs and operational inefficiencies. THIS WARRANTY CONSTITUTES THE SELLER/MANUFACTURER’S ENTIRE AND SOLE WARRANTY AND THIS MANUFACTURER EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES AS TO MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSES SOLD AND DESCRIPTION OR QUALITY OF THE PRODUCT FURNISHED HEREUNDER. Hog Slat Retailers/Distributors are not authorized to modify or extend the terms and conditions of this Warranty in any manner or to offer or grant any other warranties for GrowerSelect products in addition to those terms expressly stated above. An officer of Hog Slat must authorize any exceptions to this Warranty in writing. The Seller/Manufacturer reserves the right to change models and specifications at any time without notice or obligation to improve previous models.

Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 28 Wind Storm Fans This equipment must be installed in accordance with all State and Local Codes and applicable Regulations which should be followed in all cases. Authorities having jurisdiction should be consulted before installations are made. Hog Slat, Inc. PO Box 300 Newton Grove, NC 28366 Phone: (910) 594-0219 Fax: (910) 594-1392 www.hogslat.com Copyright © 2017 by Hog Slat, Inc. Part Number: HSManual-047 Rev C3 HSART-363 Market: Hog & Poultry

Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 29 Wind Storm Fans WS-54PBDBG Fan 54” GALV Panel 1.5HP 1725RPM 115/230V 60 Hz Only WS-54PBDBG3 Fan 54” GALV Panel 1.5HP 1725RPM 230/460V 3P 60 Hz Only WS-54PBDBG-NM Fan 54” GALV Panel No Motor 60 Hz Only WS-54PBDBG-V Fan 54” GALV Panel 1.5HP 1725RPM 230/460 VFD 1/ 3P Drive Inc

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Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 30 Wind Storm Fans Índice GrowerSELECT General Page.................................................................................................................................3 Safety .........................................................................................................................................................................4 Warning Labels .......................................................................................................................................................4 Installation ...............................................................................................................................................................5 Operation Safety .....................................................................................................................................................5 Maintenance Safety ................................................................................................................................................5 Installation.................................................................................................................................................................6 Framing ...................................................................................................................................................................6 Assembly.................................................................................................................................................................7 Wiring...................................................................................................................................................................... 13 VFD Initial Set Up. .................................................................................................................................................. 17 Pre-Operation Assessment .................................................................................................................................. 20 Operation................................................................................................................................................................ 20 Maintenance ........................................................................................................................................................... 21 Troubleshooting .................................................................................................................................................... 23 Performance........................................................................................................................................................... 24 Exploded Diagrams/Replacement Parts ............................................................................................................. 25 Hog Slat Limited Warranty.................................................................................................................................... 27 Índice ...................................................................................................................................................................... 30 Página general de GrowerSELECT ...................................................................................................................... 31 Seguridad ................................................................................................................................................................ 32 Etiquetas de advertencia ..................................................................................................................................... 32 Instalación ........................................................................................................................................................... 33 Seguridad de la operación ................................................................................................................................... 33 Seguridad del mantenimiento ............................................................................................................................. 33 Instalación .............................................................................................................................................................. 34 Enmarcado ........................................................................................................................................................... 34 Ensamblaje .......................................................................................................................................................... 35 Alambrado .............................................................................................................................................................. 41 Configuración Inicial VFD. ................................................................................................................................... 45 Evaluación previa a la operación ........................................................................................................................ 48 Operación ................................................................................................................................................................ 48 Guía de soluciones................................................................................................................................................ 51 Rendimiento ........................................................................................................................................................... 52 Diagramas ampliados/Piezas de reemplazo ......................................................................................................... 53 Garantía limitada de Hog Slat ................................................................................................................................ 54

Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 31 Wind Storm Fans Página general de GrowerSELECT Notas generales de instalación: Asegúrese de que la energía esté desconectada del sistema antes de realizar el mantenimiento. La instalación de este equipo y del equipo relacionado del *FOE debe cumplir estas instrucciones, las instrucciones de instalación del FOE y los códigos locales (si corresponde). El incumplimiento de las instrucciones especificadas puede causar daños al equipo y daños personales o la muerte. Preste especial atención a las calcomanías de seguridad o advertencias en el equipo y en los manuales. Siempre use ropa de protección y cualquier equipo de protección personal aplicable (gafas de seguridad o tapones para los oídos) cuando trabaje con el equipo. Los materiales, equipos y cajas desechados deben reciclarse en conformidad con los códigos locales y nacionales. Instrucciones de seguridad: Lea todos los mensajes de seguridad en este manual y en las calcomanías de seguridad del equipo. Cumpla las precauciones recomendadas y las prácticas de operación segura. Conecte a tierra todos los equipos eléctricos por seguridad. Conecte a tierra todas las piezas metálicas no conductoras para evitar descargas eléctricas. Mantenga siempre las calcomanías de seguridad en buenas condiciones y reemplace las calcomanías dañadas o faltantes.

Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 32 Wind Storm Fans Seguridad Etiquetas de advertencia Las calcomanías de advertencia se han colocado en el equipo para advertir de situaciones potencialmente peligrosas. Se debe procurar mantener esta información intacta y fácil de leer en todo momento. Vuelva a colocar las señales de seguridad dañadas o faltantes. Símbolo de alerta de seguridad Este es un símbolo de alerta de seguridad. Cuando vea este símbolo en su equipo, esté alerta ante la posibilidad de una lesión personal. El equipo GrowerSelect está diseñado para ser instalado y operado con la mayor seguridad posible, sin embargo, existen riesgos. Las personas que se encuentran dentro del área local del ventilador deben leer y entender perfectamente las calcomanías de seguridad. Las calcomanías de seguridad deben ser visibles desde la parte frontal y posterior del ventilador. En caso de que una calcomanía falte o se dañe, póngase en contacto con Hog Slat Inc. para obtener un reemplazo gratis: Hog Slat Inc. 206 Fayetteville St. Newton Grove, NC 28366 Teléfono gratuito: 800-949-4647 Local: 910-594-0219 La siguiente calcomanía de seguridad debe tener una representación adecuada y ser visible desde la parte frontal y posterior del ventilador. Esta etiqueta está identificada por el número de pieza HSLABEL-080 en la esquina inferior derecha. ADVERTENCIA – OBJETOS EN EL AIRE Y PIEZAS GIRATORIAS Asegúrese de que los protectores estén colocados durante el funcionamiento. Ajuste firmemente la hélice al eje para evitar el deslizamiento. Desconecte el suministro de energía para inspeccionar o reparar el equipo cuando las protecciones se retiren y el personal quede expuesto a la hélice. ADVERTENCIA – ALTO VOLTAJE Desconecte la energía eléctrica antes de inspeccionar o reparar el equipo a menos que las instrucciones de mantenimiento especifiquen lo contrario. Conecte a tierra todos los equipos eléctricos por seguridad. Todo el alambrado eléctrico debe ser realizado por un electricista calificado en conformidad con los códigos eléctricos locales y nacionales. Conecte a tierra todas las piezas metálicas no conductoras para evitar descargas eléctricas. A excepción de la protección de sobrecarga del motor, no se suministran desconexiones eléctricas y protección contra sobrecorriente con el equipo.

Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 33 Wind Storm Fans Instalación Antes de cualquier instalación, el producto se debe inspeccionar por cualquier daño causado durante el envío. Cualquier daño encontrado debe documentarse y comunicarse a las partes responsables. Seguridad de la operación Cuando el ventilador está en funcionamiento, no se debe intentar reparar o interactuar con las piezas de este. Cualquier intento de interactuar con las piezas del ventilador mientras el ventilador está funcionando podría ocasionar una lesión. Los protectores de entrada y salida y las persianas ayudan a evitar que entren objetos extraños en el perímetro exterior de la caja de alojamiento. Si se debe realizar un mantenimiento del ventilador, corte la fuente de energía al motor y espere que la hélice se detenga por completo antes de seguir adelante con cualquier intento de reparación. Seguridad del mantenimiento Los ventiladores Wind Storm están diseñados y construidos teniendo en cuenta la seguridad del operador. Algunas protecciones se deben desmontar o retirar para reparar o reemplazar las piezas. Dado que este ventilador tiene piezas móviles y alimentación eléctrica, se deben tomar medidas para garantizar la seguridad en torno a estos riesgos. LEA ESTAS INSTRUCCIONES ANTES DE REALIZAR REPARACIONES O REEMPLAZAR PIEZAS 6. Lea y entienda el manual de funcionamiento antes de intentar instalar o hacer funcionar los ventiladores Wind Storm. 7. La fuente de energía debe estar APAGADA y BLOQUEADA para realizar reparaciones del motor y los componentes eléctricos. Tenga PRECAUCIÓN al verificar el voltaje u otros procedimientos que requieran que la energía esté ENCENDIDA. 8. NO intente evitar los dispositivos o las funciones de seguridad para hacer funcionar el ventilador. 9. Mantenga el ventilador libre de los desechos que pueda acumular el motor, la hélice y cualquier cojinete, correa o polea. 10. Tenga PRECAUCIÓN al trabajar alrededor de las piezas móviles del ventilador. Las protecciones o persianas del ventilador deben estar colocadas antes de que el ventilador pueda encenderse y ponerse en funcionamiento de manera segura.

Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 34 Wind Storm Fans Instalación Enmarcado La abertura rústica para el ventilador es una medida exacta que considera las cabezas de los sujetadores y las aberturas para el ventilador. Asegúrese de que haya un espacio adecuado para la instalación o la abertura rústica podrá requerir medidas más grandes. Modelo del ventilador Tamaño Abertura rústica (ancho x alto) Panel de montaje exterior galvanizado de 54 pulg. MÁX 57 1/2” X 57 1/2” (154.3 cm x 161.3 cm) MÍN 53” X 53” (134.6 cm x 134.6 cm)

Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 35 Wind Storm Fans Ensamblaje 22. Retire el embalaje del ventilador y el cono si corresponde. • Localice el juego de herrajes y la documentación proporcionada y consérvelos para su uso posterior. • Asegúrese de no dañar el ventilador o los componentes durante este paso. Localice el soporte inferior del ventilador (WS-54304) y colóquelo centrado en la parte inferior de la abertura rústica con el reborde hacia afuera como se muestra abajo. Fije con tornillos para chapa #14 (805060), para asegurar. NOTA: Este soporte ayuda a realizar el montaje. Una vez terminada la instalación, el soporte no tiene carga estructural. 23. 24. Ensamblaje Venturi (WS-54309), soporte de cono (WS-54314), y puntal de cono (WS-54315) como se muestra a continuación usando los pernos de cabeza para armazón con las cabezas en la cara interior del Venturi. Lista de piezas Artículo Cantidad Número de pieza Descripción 1 4 WS-54314 Soporte, panel de soporte del cono del ventilador 2 4 WS-54315 Puntal, panel de soporte del cono del ventilador 3 16 607182 Tornillo ranurado 5/16”-18 X 1” M/S Gr2 Zinc 4 16 606241 Tuerca de brida hexagonal dentada 5/16” -18 Zinc Repita el procedimiento en las 4 esquinas

Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 36 Wind Storm Fans 25. Este paso requiere (2) instaladores. Coloque la parte inferior del ensamblaje del ventilador en el reborde del soporte inferior, rótelo hasta que la cara interior del ventilador coincida con la pared y fíjelo usando tornillos para chapa (805060) 26. Retire los pernos en los orificios de la placa del motor, rote la placa del motor hasta su posición y fíjela con los pernos retirados anteriormente. 27. Retire el motor del embalaje e instálelo en la placa de motor ubicada lo más adelante posible. Use los sujetadores fijados a la placa del motor. *Atención: la polea del motor está alineada previamente pero la alineación debe ser verificada en el paso siguiente.

Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA August 2019 37 Wind Storm Fans 28. Retire la correa del juego de herrajes e instálela para capturar las poleas y el brazo de tensión. LACORREA TIENE DIRECCIÓN DE ROTACIÓN. INSPECCIONE LA CORREAE INSTÁTELADE MODO QUE LAS FLECHAS DE ROTACIÓN HAGAN DESPLAZAR EL CONTADOR EN EL SENTIDO DE LAS AGUJAS DEL RELOJ CUANDO SE MIRAAL VENTILADOR DESDE LA TOMA. Una vez realizada la instalación, el tensor de la correa se debe ubicar en la muesca 2. Vea la imagen siguiente. Ensamblaje 5. Sostenga la correa tal como se muestra en la Figura. 6. Coloque la lengüeta del extremo a través de dos eslabones a la vez y gire la lengüeta para colocarla en su lugar. 7. Doble hacia atrás e introduzca la segunda lengüeta a través del eslabón del extremo girando la lengüeta 90° con el pulgar. 8. Asegúrese de que la lengüeta regrese a su posición a través de la correa. Invierta la correa para que las lengüetas se desplacen hacia adentro. Instalación 8. Gire la correa con las lengüetas hacia el interior antes de realizar la instalación. 9. Determine la dirección de rotación. 10. La correa debe desplazarse siguiendo la flecha de dirección de la correa ( ) con las lengüetas de cola. 11. Coloque la correa en la ranura más cercana a la polea más pequeña. 12. Enrolle la correa en la polea más grande, girando la transmisión lentamente. La correa puede parecer muy ajustada, pero es correcto. NO ARRANQUE EL MOTOR. 13. Verifique que todas las lengüetas estén en su posición correcta y no se hayan desalineado. 14. Para las transmisiones por correas múltiples pase la correa de ranura a ranura. En las transmisiones particularmente anchas, puede ser más fácil instalar la mitad de las correas desde el lado interior y la mitad desde el lado exterior. Nota: Con relaciones de transmisión de alrededor de 1:1, puede ser necesario volver a agregar un eslabón para permitir que las correas se enrollen. Esto no se aplica si usa el método de instalación alternativo.

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