FireSet-XXX-XXX-XXX/XXX D | Wilo

FireSet-XXX-XXX-XXX/XXX D

Technical data
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Pressure-boosting pump system with fully automatic single-pump compact unit for firefighting according to NPFA standards and with UL and FM certifications, consisting of: 1 pump with a horizontal baseplate - pump with split housing - with spacer coupling, electric or diesel motor and 1 pump with a switchgear fixed to a robust support structure. Model E for the electric motor and D for the diesel motor, both equipped with a Tornatech controller, solid structure constructed from special shapes with hooks for facilitating and securing transport, a special baseplate option for the diesel motor designed for intaking a large volume of concrete, significantly reducing vibration transfer and increasing its reliability and service life, a circuit with dual pressure switch, pressure gauge, non-return valve, valve (secured against unauthorised operation) for both the main and standby pump for an automatic start. The cables are concealed in the construction and protected against bumps and cuts. Standard-equipped with an air vent valve installed directly on the main pump housing. Only for diesel models: Motor cooling with water/water-heat exchanger, fuel tank with level sensor and sufficient volume for 8 hours’ operational autonomy and 2 batteries on the baseplate and battery charging device in the FireSet switchgear.

Switchgear for fire-extinguishing systems according to the NFPA20 provisions. FM Global-certified (class 1321/1323). UL-certified (UL218 and CSA C22.2 no. 14).

Switchgear integrated in IP54 steel sheeting housing. Very high-quality control and very easy operation via the “WiZiTouch” controller with 7" LCD display, uncomplicated menu navigation with a simple menu, touchscreen and push buttons for quickly setting parameters. Ready-for-communication controller monitoring and detection systems.

The pump system has been wired ready for connection and mounted on the base frame.

Inlet pressure

When designing the system configuration, the maximum inlet pressure must be considered (see technical data). The maximum permissible inlet pressure is the difference between the system’s maximum operating pressure and the maximum delivery head of the pump at Q = 0.

A pressure-boosting system installed under suction conditions is not permissible according to the NFPA standard. It must have a positive suction head.

Volume flow: Configuration of the system up to 2500 gpm (568 m3/h – 158 l/s) per main pump.

Operation

The operating logic for the fire-extinguishing system is based on the calibration of the pressure transducer for starting the pump.

The system maintains constant pressure by means of the optional jockey pump with automatic starting and deactivation via a pressure switch, which is dimensioned in such a way that it does not supply an individual sprinkler with any current or any pressure, thereby preventing the main pump from starting. In the event of a low pressure value conditional on water requirements, which was not compensated by a jockey pump, the main pump starts. The pump starts automatically and can be switched off manually using the switch on the front side of the control panel.

Switchgear/control device for fire-extinguishing systems

Wilo-Control FireSet D (main pump with diesel motor)

Hardware:

Fully electronic central control unit in red RAL 3002 painted steel housing, protection class IP54, control and display on the front side.

Features and functions:

The design of the controller depends on the power of the connected pump. The device consists of several components:

  • Display: The WiZiTouch display installed on the door of the switch cabinet as a 7.0" colour touchscreen for operation and display. Shows the operating data and the respective switch-on status of the pumps and the controller using a combination of symbols and text. The menu is selected and the parameters input using intuitive buttons.
  • Microprocessor: Microprocessor PLC realised by programming (“Soft PLC”), power supply unit and I/O wiring. The programming configuration depends on the system and the sprinkler system.
  • Battery charging device: 2 independent fully automatic charging devices – 10 A continuous charging – 500 mA trickle charging
  • Starting voltage: 12 V DC voltage – 24 V DC voltage
  • Operation:
    • Selection switch: Manual/off/auto, behind a lockable, breakable cover
    • Automatic start: Starting in the event of a drop in pressure, automatic remote start signal
    • Manual start: Start button on crank 1 and crank 2, test run button, deluge valve start, remote start of the manual device
    • Crank cycle: 6 consecutive cycle attempts, 3 x 15 s alternating between battery 1 and 2, 15 s pause between every cycle attempt
    • Stopping: Manually using the stop button
    • Timer: Sequential start timer (start delay), timer for periodic test
    • Operation: Pressure, no pressure
    • Mode: Automatic, not automatic
  • Electrical measured values:
    • Voltage of battery 1 and battery 2
    • Charging current of battery 1 and battery 2
    • Charging mode
  • Pressure indication:
    • Continuous system pressure display
    • Start-up and switch-off pressure settings
  • Pressure and outcome recording:
    • Pressure value with date stamp
    • Outcome recording with date stamp
    • Under normal operation, outcomes are saved in the memory throughout the service life of the controller
    • Data are visible on the user interface screen
    • Data can be downloaded to an external storage device via a USB connection
  • Pressure measurement:
    • Pressure transducer und test run solenoid valve for fresh water application
    • Connection of the pressure sensing line 1/2" NPT-female thread
    • Discharge connection 3/8"
    • Designed for a working pressure of 0 – 500 psi (standard display for 0 – 300 psi)
    • Externally with the protection cover fitted
  • Visual indications: Motor run - main switch on AUTO - main switch on OFF - main switch on MANUAL - periodic test - crank cycle - alternating current present - pump chamber temperature (°F or °C)
  • Alarms:
    • Only visual: On demand pump - overpressure - underpressure - service required - continuity loss for contactor 1 - continuity loss for contactor 2 - weekly test activation not completed - ECM motor warning - overvoltage of battery 1 - overvoltage of battery 2 - high raw water temperature - low raw water flow
    • Visual and audible: Alternating current failure - direct current failure - battery failure 1 - battery failure 2 - charging device failure 1 - charging device failure 2 - motor fault - pump chamber fault - controller fault - weak battery 1 - weak battery 2 - motor failure during operation - motor failure while starting - motor overspeed - low ambient temperature - low water tank - high water tank - fuel tank permeability - low fuel level - high fuel level - ECM motor in alternative position - fuel injection fault - high motor temperature - low motor temperature - ECM motor fault - low oil pressure - low suction pressure
  • Remote alarm contacts: DPDT-8 A-250 V alternating current for: Motor run - M-0-A selection switch in the OFF or MANUAL position - general controller fault for: Charging device 1 and charging device 2 - fault in the pressure pipe - general motor fault for: High motor temperature - start failed - fuel injection fault - ECM selection switch in alternating position - failure of battery 1 and battery 2 - direct current failure - loss of continuity (starter) 1 and/or 2 - general pump chamber alarm (field can be assigned again) for: Low fuel level - high fuel level - fuel tank permeability - low suction pressure - low pump chamber temperature - high pump chamber temperature - low water tank - water tank empty - alternating current failure
  • Alarm bell: 4" alarm bell - 85 dB at 10 ft. (3 m)
  • Communication: Protocol: Modbus - connection type: Shielded RJ45-plug - frame size: TCP/IP

Conforms to the following standards:

  • Built according to NFPA 20
  • Underwriters Laboratory (UL): UL218 fire pump controller/CSA C22.2 no. 14 industrial control device
  • FM Global: Class 1321/1323
  • CE marking: Different EN, IEC and CEE directives and standards

Function description:

Wilo FireSet Control D control devices can be used to control pumps with a diesel motor, sensors for pump management and the level of information. The controller is controlled via a microprocessor with “Soft PLC”, serving to control and regulate all required functions of the pressure-boosting pump system for firefighting according to the provisions of NFPA 20 for testing purposes and in actual operation of the sprinkler system.

The operating logic for the fire-extinguishing system is based on the calibration of the pressure transducer for starting the pump.

If a large amount of water is requested due to the opening of one or more circuits or due to a defective sprinkler, the pressure in the system decreases. In this case, the starting of the main pump is activated by the FireSet controller.

As soon as the sprinkler circuit or gate valve, via which the sprinkler heads are supplied, is closed, pressure is built up in the system. Then the stop buttons on the control panel must be pressed to stop the main and standby pump.

Additional information:

Expandable memory, multi-lingual, upgradable software, password-protected

Operating data
Fluid media
Water
Fluid temperature T
0 °C
Ambient temperature T
4 °C
Maximum operating pressure PN
16 bar
Materials
Pump housing
Bronze
Impeller
Bronze
Information for order placements
Brand
Wilo
Product description
FireSet-XXX-XXX-XXX/XXX D
Article number
on request
Downloads

Installation and operating instructions

Wilo-FireSet UL FM

Article Number 4236078
Edition 2019-08
Page format 209.9 x 297.0 mm
Number of pages 913
PDF (85 MB)

Certificate REACH (Documents)

REACH regulation

Edition 2020-08
Page format 209.9 x 297.0 mm
Number of pages 2
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