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RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS LIST,

OPERATION, INSTALLATION, AND

MAINTENANCE MANUAL

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(1) 001223 U.S. Motor (Motor Mfg.), *s H.P., 45 RPM, Rt. Angle Gear Motor,

TEFC Enclosure, 56-6JF-GW Frame, 230/460/3/60.

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Blade tip

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O-Ring - Drive end

bearing cap

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Shaft seal

(RV. CV, FRV & TRV)

Shaft Packing - Teflon

impregnated asbestos

(OBRV only)

Shim set

Gasket- inlet & Outlet

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Gasket-Flange**

Gasket - Bearing cap

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0-035-550

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SEMCO Valve Units consist of the following: (1) Conveying Valve or,, Ro^fYjAijl^k^Z^po^rfihaln Drive and

Drive Guard; (3) Motor Mounting Base; (4) Right Angle Cear Motor.

The conveying valve and rotary airlock are, except for their function, essentially the same unit, with all parts being

interchangeable except for the housing and end plates. These units should be serviced approximately once each year.

Remove the drive guard, and end covers on the bearings; add a small amount of grease by screwing a grease fitting

into the hole provided in the bearing cartridge. Avoid forcing an excessive amount of grease into the bearing as the

seal may be damaged'. Check the clearances between the blade tips of the rotor and the housing, also between the

ends of the rotor and the end plate.. These clearances should be .003" to .005" on a flour valve and .005" to .007"

on a sugar valve, and may vary between these limits on other materials.

If these clearances aro excessive, readjust the blade tips by loosening the screws and moving the blade tips out.

Readjust the end clearance by unlocking both bearings from the shaft; this is done by loosening the set screw in the

ring at the end of the bearing and with a spanner wrench rotating this ring counter-clockwise while facing same,

Remove the cap screws retaining the and plate and remove the end plate. Remove enough of the plastic shims to give

the desired clearance. The shims are of three thicknesses. The clear flexible shlmt are .002", the matte flexible shims

are .003", the clear rigid shims are .005". Inspect the shaft seals at this time and replace if necessary before

reassembling. When reassembling, center the rotor between the end plates before locking the bearings to the shaft,

Order parts by noma and the model number of the unit, such as: "CV-04 Bearing."

Tho roller chain drive should bo kept tight enough so that th« chain cannot "climb the sprocket" and should be oiled

lightly once a month.

The gear motor instructions are covered by the included manufacturer's bulletins.

Do not use

motor oil in a right angle gear motor; a high pra«»ure gear oil is necess.ry,

The forcing instructions apply to standard v.lv* of standard construction. Many variation, of the basic valve unit,

2 . v . S . T handling product, with unu,u.l ch.ract.ri.tlc, of abra.ion, corrosion, stickiness, and particle size.

On these units special Instructions will bt issued whan necessary.

CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION

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The valve construction Is of precisely iclielvm machined iron or aluminum cittlnc* with outboard ball bearings and doubl. lip

shaft seals. The rotor Is of high' strength steel with adjustable rotor tips that can be constructed of any maul or

flexible matorial, such es rubber or abrasive materials, The standard construction i. of mild steel.

The clearance between rotor and and plate, and rotor and housing, can ba maintained at .002".

The valve can be operated manually or by remote control, It may be operated in conjunction with other

component., and through a sensing device may be operated automatically whan bin or hopper j|Hi loii pre­

determined level,


"I&fi©1 INSTALLATION

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These valves require no special tool, and are rtfori^toMM.

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1IW„, OPERATION

INSTRUCTIONS

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adherence to INEIVIM mui,»»

local codes is recommended, u » impu^ .properly .aligned'i*hd

.^balanced. :FiOru,drllw)frecommendation3>ireferttol'iclritf»Aor

• equipment manufacturers, or "^S^Electiical; Motore^For

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• Motors havqtbjBepisiynari5ipaUYIb^Jar^d1usir»ga1hj|ife«.Y(Jhe

same length as the full key shipped with the motor. If pulley

length is less than this key length, rework long key by removing

one-half of excess length between pulley and end of

keytorrwintainbaja^^aTl/i|Afv,

Do not restrict motor ventilation. Unless otherwise specified

-if'unitMHas n b^foreigrt^obiecU ft aw«V frbm*\re^«afioh^and'other

i^r^ning5.'Appllcetittns^hvoNlrigMlQHlNERT1AL 0 tOADS

may damage this equipment due to motor overspeed during

shut down. Such application should be referred to U.S.

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CAUTION: Do not force drive coupling or pther equipment

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The 1 power supply mu'it agree with values dri Nameplate.

'' Terminal 'voltage '"sHduld hot vary' more "than t tW4 'of

Narnuplate vblta'rje l W ratied freoAiericy. Unbalanced lino

voltage, even a small amount, will cause overheating,'Do

not exceed the continuous rated operating current on the

Namepl ate.Star ting coritfols and overload prote'ctlbh should

be properlysited in accordance wlth'the National Electrical

Code and the control manufacturer's (ecommendations,

: Motor connections should be made by following instruotloni

.on, connRction.MdipgratTi.jDetefmineidirection.,o|, rotation

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Code requirements, WARNING; Failure to properly ground

unit may cause serious injury to personnel. Where unexpected

starting could be hazardous to personnel, do not use

automatic reset starting devices,


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of the correct vijcoSity!Wr , l l th»timbient temperature, per

Nameplate or. unit, to proper level. ..••'. ,,

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wormgear units.

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B, , Description ^Mi.v.»i,^u.5.v..(_,»,;).••••.

C. Equipment Supplied by MlkroPu|i,.''r-'-->-uf •}•••••:•

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II. Specifications.

III. Assembly Instructions

A. General

B. Unpacking ,.

1. Manometer?^.!/^l!.';.l!;!.-|)..;!!?..!. , :/i

2. Timer

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4. Differential Pressure Control

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Pulsaire Dry Dust Collector Unit.

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The Mlkro-Pulsaire unit is a continuous seff-cleaning dust filler i capable of

removing dust particles as small as sub-micron; s$e Worn gaseous streams. High

dust collecting efficiency Is maintained without fte use oft intirnalimpving parts

or rapping mechanisms. Versatile application; arid simp icity of operation are

inherent design features. \ \

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Filter bags are Installed in the collector after; it has been erecled at the job

site. The unit provisions fonfilter bags fabrlcatep^frpm.' material suitable for

the temperature, moisture and resistance chira^litlcf;f#A^aMi stream

(Table I). Most filter bay materials are 'available with special coating

treatments to Increase collection efficiency. Untreated bags are preferred

when the treatment is harmful to the product. Treatment after bag cleaning

must be accomplished by MlkroPul.

Hopper

The collector Is designed to accept either single or double hoppers, pyramidal

or trough-type design. The hopper usually provides an inlet for the

dustladen gases and an outlet for the collected dust. The hopper outlet Is

adaptable to airlock, slide gate, or screw conveyor control. A diffusa (If

required) absorbs the impact of the high velocity dust particles and

distributes the flow of Inlet gases,

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at f-ciHi'u wojqoft ofl'l" l'*!«>(:! abils , ;i juh'f. ol ;*l ;'Ohi1i6q limb vtwin rlplrl oriV !o bc-,qfrii si IT - ! d io..»';lt'i Uia-ii'jnoi

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BAO MATERIAL

Polyester

Polypropylene

Nomex

Acrylic

Nylon

Teflon

; rGlass***

M t>

.» '! O-V St P

.H r>. J V* fi

TABLE I. FILTEI

i'HOOO

t aMMSWifl*"**0 II u "

ACID ALKALI

MAX.

TEMP. I°F)

275

200

400

250

200

180

475

550

RESIST

Good

Excellent

"FalT

Good

Poor

TaF

Excellent

Good*

NOTES

RESISTANCE

Good

Excellent ,.

"BooT TT

Fair , , 1.3,

Good -re 1,3

Poor

Excellent

fW. n. -.>-.>?

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....II 0!

SPI

.;a !'»'(j' '/•

30WA>W<

uM

HI

H*nl'> j.\ pi-«/.i,

NOJ:£S!^.„}:.HC.E« slllcor.treatrne.rjt^Ua^ qfnf»i notnabn^xj, ir;h3f^ pAa

^ 2- Hi-Glpss or-Eggshell finislvavallable - ..

{.xflm^qaiiSlnged^lolshavallable,.; pV.n&sD lot'tnormntypsfl s'-juawq VIA".

*MikroPul Division U.S. Pat; No. 2,839,158

"Glass-is destroyed by gaseous^ a) ,deyy pftlnt/tjflipejs&res,,

***Use of glass bags is severly limited by poor flex-abrasion qualities

br-b vj'.lhv-ioi-f, \ •iit'^'lti^iiwi.jtnoo o-siwiu'l«oi;«wV. ynio. J k; noibu-i:?i!s_; or!? o! ouQ

_ „. . . . . yii^miiw,. 'tM,,MHi !, J,« I U l„ l, (. 1,^„.„ u;;^; i.;

- .onab.v.-'WW.K

cnuct'ilq li.'

Pulses of high pressure air, causing Shockwaves along the filter bag surfaces

from the clean air side, remove collected particles from the bags. The high

pressure air is discharged through venturles of one or more^ow^ibags by c

M

solenoid v

valve to let air Into the blowtube.

5- Manometer

•:'l-.i.'i iO VldW'J2CA

'' Eatihcolleclor> Har* Waw^ mano-

'''meter'rtglsters'pre'iiilirei'dlftor;dmNa|f^fd«fc the 1 foiwi) ttflf

'collected Milch Is uwfwl

Mi H 1 ^ viriftfrnatlc^

• Y^/IU^G oriJ boHfi !liw ytlinab biul)

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23TOH !3-JV1ATiMA« VM^rt I VI ^M/U ? . J

ARRANGEMENT^ '' ^ > wji> ^v ^'"^i

Number, of Bags.:!;^ ;•;.;•: • }'!'• ^'J. (

Diameter! of Bags ..,y.;»\ -•'••» ^ '"Aw' "'

: c :' .:.o . ••• 6,8; ; f>Ft.

Length of Bags.....:.^r; -?-""' T, , ^IM

• „ . • . ,} .v.- .:..7;o7 ! $q. Ft.

• Area of Cloth/Bag • 6 Ft

9.42 Sq. Ft.

• 8 Ft

, ....11.77. Sq; Ft.

• 10 Ft

Bag Material (Dependent on ^wte^||^•S• , 1^e•i , w «oiO *•«.:.

^ -." i.. Bid«iiftv%.risw/3fWllOft i fiHfp8lQ ma)x.)

Air Pressure Requirement for Cleaning ^

A. General

H. 1 I'K" 01

B.' 1 ; '.Unpacking,,,,,,,,

C.

Assembly of Parts

1. Manometer

.^wt afit tosupplltd

fluid density will aMect the accuracy.

'i~)lor

In


11 w :'\ -.

\'

%

t i ^


2. limer hiW lfeV hi0n9io2 • -i9miT.fi ^

; ded to eliminate potential(problemvcau*ea Dy0wm^r.« "^ u

t»V^i! AH!'/ i

V t )

i^oVJy«tOTswlllr*«,««^Pl^f*« l r ,, 1r'.r:ffi i

b ' S >iT?I ?e^S^lftT oil, mol|iur^ and/or lc*.eW scalel ^ m

c.

AH .doiil.y!fe-jmir^^rwafijl

optratloViU5W*iWoj4*()t>„,,,,,

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?

f'

v " "'-•".;?.-. " ,i "- "- "••"•..-'"" ' • - "•••3^

'po (Jill*

Figure 2. Timer -Solenoid Valve Wiring ^ V

^ "»""^ '*** •>* « wn> «*v-boAimoNt &To1iu£ "

DO NOT USE^SdREWDRIVER TO

' BOARD""'*"', f"-mn,ni.^r u-^d^JMMffiR^ru :-i -,.„,. I •.„!! a« .

I NT-JUMPER I

I

I

TERMINATION

POINTS

115V

.

'

|

COM NEU HI

ALfi«t-/i_fiqri •„,> I,

® » ® & ®, ® ® $ $ ® $> 9 I

w f}*$ 6*? -I *A 3 M^'^Ml&ntqqtf Ttucnri -

ftfn hi* it t 1 G MMHEHrnln

J

INPUT

V>bt,lj< "Ml 0?U

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'Gfr

i

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31 "

1

sm

ss uo.

Lai*

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n srn 222 !£L ?b/-.jrt IflT^qrjij

,i, M C () |,.|i,>


BETWEEN

SEAM and

GAP

M 1 » V ' • _ » : : • -• • • . : • i -

j.In»-^ ..!. ..V^-r! fjilli* Sfif tn r

i? < 'i ii '• ••'. «nf nf"j t ;, J < •!< .'•''< "'

:

W , Y V , V ( ; . y . . v ] • : - . ; i : i ; ; • • • M ' j / i c - > • ; ' . > ! ' u ; ; i'i ; ' ; 5 h ' ' U J ' : » i j :>"..

(1**000011*47

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Fig. 3 "•'•/:

11

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( } >!i•.'' ; ~

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COLLAR

N FILTER

>r>" BAG


A.

B.

General

VA 1^00900448

i9fff&tefl\e68

•MffiffJJWo'tfilisten I

MM;-, Vf; : •O'l'li) -nn

The operation of the collector is multiplied by/the number :of coMectors in the

system.

Collector Operation

(Figure 6)

£ ,pi

1- Air/Dust Separation Mechanism


fjj'

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[rav**,-

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mfti^j no«ij9iio3 & otnFifliMr&jk ,0pera|ti|pria| $fiflgp^$t$

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MATERIAL DISCHARGE

SECTION A-A

SCHEMATIC OF MIKROn; ,; ) :>v!;,V ui^^M^m


Yl

NOTE'

HtfUOR

(J CORE

f tfS^S^Sft InTOajWWft dknirgetffnto a collection system

. WhlS! may be7 bin undeMhj how* or conveying system, .which

carries the dust to a remote disposal area.

1 U.'

Since only a fraction of the total illter area ^'j^^Jl^JJ^S

any one Instant, continuous flow through the collector at rated capacities

Is fissured. >

'VlrlttflX/ 1 "! Ml" */:l.'-l»

* ' ACROSSOIAPMRACK CAUSING

' ' DIAPHRAGM TO LlfT OFF SEAT

Figure 7. Diaphragm/Solenoid Valve Opera«W*;

4

•m

.•V *> I

'II

-1p7. «... .,»1


V


JWVK ,.

VI V

#•&

\ "i

' " . ' > \ m w % i . " ';•''• • "

.... 3- NormalSlart-Up(withstWoffftMaat) 1

Apply power to all auxiliary equipment (except fan). Energize timer and turn

on compressed air.' Introduce gases to the collector by opening! dampers and

starting fans. , , , ' , C'"

VlVnqo-iq nolfcimrt It tar totivw «*f t«tH nitfit^R o\ dasrb -ILIMICS 6 .-mot-Kfl •

(CAUT.IOM:il±bw aiJbliiWL c»

a. .j'To'freducevdlfftrentialicpressure;i'ad|ust! tlmerdelay! so^that cleaning

pulses occur at a more frequent rate (shorter OFF time).

b. To Increase differential pressure thafds on4he IcvKslde, ad|ust time

delay so that cleaning pulses occur at a less frequent rate (longer OFF time).

.atulfllyrri to '.»9l'i 4>riFt pr>9to yd iwm .-iv..; nA : 3 rOM

C. Shutdown. . • ' --'j/, v. • • • ',

De-energize the fan and close Inlet and exhaust dampers. Walt a period of 15

w\m v>';y|d«^0vr»IWuWW«turn1Wf »icompissse\t' air and'ttlmer.*iTurn>.off' all-auxiliary

bne ir,.,n&M .e^uiprn^nt/TTheftoppeKft^hwIdrbesemptlediiBfjmaterlai befdre the airlock

enitcnsqo i> •iand/driStrew.conveydris-(turhed>offi yiqoA. .baiwwiv. 3& uuiur,

'{-ni.t flrtt o" b«it-)3nf'i>3 CDVU.V b''ond '-- '? :i'M. ',:. no^ivihuv^ ^^ui- :>:,'',;" •••*•) ..•'•-•;

',>-.-,vlt| -uir '•iviild" at' bn:M r!:.vi,'.- sl'.v'i.^v---"! ^irvr,;, rniv^lc -,i„ ,


WSESP'V

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fes; wV*

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• •••.....,•',.: .,„„ * # w A f c » «-. luinatyo YbTuv t. ;,i»^ p bV'crane,or^holst^must^bej^sy^y

«rJL»?» r» * ?e - ^ WMr ""*

...r,M,-.-.i,-,-.i.. i'v"''":::';;: ;';;.",,.. ."n,.-, ^


0004 Sr4^ ,i rjryiifaw.iv

Whenever adjusting either, the on-time or off-time of the timer, be very careful not

to touch any componentson the timer that are electrically "hot''. The potent io-

&tmeters-.ace eaaUyjaTci[Mtl»diby *»nd .andia;screwdrtv#ishburtd)h.bt be/toeditTHAT jKWMi

ifwutointcnl pnllMyqO ?>st fltiw p.'uiG .vtyiiln*? di n'\ Hnwu't Knoit',' ; '' ' ' .

If frequent access to the unit is required, a sturdy external catwalk assembly

V§H6uW Itf lris)alled,'tton¥w1tii Kartdra'lllngs/'latfdiir' artiTsattty 'cbgMi':iFth'e"unlt is

•"a top-removal stylePtheh'Hah'dralllng'shoolctbe' Installed arbiind tht'perlmefer'of

f, 'the^plenurn v rdorateaT ,i l :m: '' b'tuoe or jr»f' •'•• .now ba»(t-ivn

vt.>,i, |. M,., . "jn .;.n;, r.oii-Tj b',-i M>iUs-c-nu tut '.>., v';--i

Whenever servicing or adjusting the pilot valves or diaphragm valves, be certain

that the compressed air has been turned off and the system thoroughly bled to

atmospheric pressure.

I'jnrsWvi «MV>> IBVUM -"«cv;i!^ 'io.:' . • '.'."!' t.•>,•,,., > .'»'«• -vU. i'Oiiii;,. < : A"I:.» ba^ can & titipteW^ffliW*. alfsec'tions

s ,h'.'V)i 'Jtr>«rc, Vr- "Vi ,-:'iulft lyiiftvu Dftm G-vnit:) ,:j\r> v;o»i t>c- r ?

When explosion-vents are used on MikroPulsalres located inside a building, the

.,'ventare«s,should:be.duotedttoithe outside-ofi the ibuijdlngii-ThlSiV/illproviele safety

-, for-.passer^by.-.and'jWlllcinot, permit' any.bagi material to be

^scattered Insldeihebuilding. >". s« ..• v:.; - .''•„- r«.v>f!i ,•• s -.»..• 1 i

r , ... , . ,., ,->*,.' «, ilC' > V b'/fl. *''''•'• 'I'" ! " '"I ll > "'"''l 1 '' '" •'

,,., , • , iw i.nwli.ti', ' !,.. i i.n' 1 ' -i'-' .-I' • i '

If the cleaned exhaust from the MikroPulsalre Is to be recycled back into the

building for heat recovery or makeup air, provisions must be made to bypass the

return flow outside the building should a filter bag develop a hole or some other

iM-prWiamftA'liaxk'tiprlfllte^^ to

1 >'workareasf This will prbteet'periohhel In'm'eplant'frbm'IriHallhg thedusfIn the

event of a baghouse problem. ,tebw:.


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m

11'*" .-'••

If.

0


drilling)r*tHMit paragraph C,pr6ceduri>«). >•[ '

•IB* c»r -

&1

"l'»

(,-^trl

• l«f*


0 004 56 - •*2*00.0* '•,•.

twtri-sfttwj tnarnq'ups bsiTfB^JK^AWTtTNANGijSCflllSpMls^ci x> tagb MHW ,

fj - -• - — — - »• * • j t - - - -

tN$PICTiON,c|

FREQUENCY

Daily

Weekly

ml

mi ^AWWaliy*3

• ' b-: Ujiijv,) i"lvl|'i;«V *• •"-•VI! '(i(/i"!i: i i ; t:!> l:>(iii.!;/l'(.^,c! Ij;;l;'!li •'•'

4- Solenoid Valve Repair 't •»>,«?>-))

WARNING: High pressure Sir,siipplymtst 1 be shut off and timer de-energlzed before

attempting to service valves.

a, Olsconnectiaimline^betweehisolenold valve and diaphragm valve.

•16- •"«'

?, • • ,'*•» ; -.' " i i 1

,M ml 'rasro

> 3 - '

e

i ,1


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• ft


lll^^f^^

"«;-.v.

m

9

MATERIAL

Wool

w Cotton 1

Synthetic

Fabrics

''t'l'OMIi'l'.

u

?U'rtaQo(MU57'

TABLE HI. BAG CLE.^fJHfigW|tftM^XI.QM^95f ,l>

PROCESS

Dryclean

t. < li, J !;•" ,:

'; /Dryclean;'

Launder or

Dryclean

».-' «(i'.i»Vioi.» iluv iw'qv 'JiUfllJk'llljiUwtM l1

Use pure cleaning solvent • dryeleanlngjdeteYgents and

additives using water will cause shrinkage — hang in

i drylngjrooms.—. dttnoMombtetdtynft whoO

vr Sa'me r aVfor 1 w , 6or t,!lJ u ^'' y "'« *vnm o urn,

j t i l i j i . , i ' ; • , • ' ! — — + t — . • i i l ' j ! * " ' . L — ; . i y . t . > ' l . - , 1 . i ' ! ?

Wash In cool or warm.wfttar9(j(49« f bniax".)ryslng

mild soap or clean In Stoddard solvent

inL v*. .».< -•-, l>o~"a IM I" dryjng,roon[>.MT,^,mfn .j^,.

•(tiyhH> •)ih:>ofi-'» -jcjqonq to l'i> r*n>s*noo

•• *.-"jfjK» "5) '-'^F}.- 1 is»ici '•>>' j;." :-iic

b. Remove Red Cap from solenoid, valve, Remove valve body from coll

assembly. . JC^SKOD fsj.uoirlt sup to wo!* tewo .o

n noHr.iurrtozfiUtinjrtjoohsuprt!^ nemove core

-. ,/:.' ••;':—* ;assembly.frbnwalvei vu,i-iof5nri to liuVzi' -snqqort 1

d. Remove core, spring and "0" ring from core assembly.

' SPu&rtVfK -\"

e. Carefully clean out core cylinder and valve body with a dry, lint-free


e. Reassamble valve, andconnect air line ^ X 2 ^ - W l " ' •" *-"!

a pro^l|m^^evalVe-v/ill>robably haye to be^epteced. j m 3^ M

1

" During op*a loriMhe.man^meteroshoul* usuallyIndicate a Valim.between1

and «inc^pressure'ditfe^t^

? CHS "and

a. Check manometer^tub1W6 ,l t1 >-M-i'n ', Kjqa ,,-' : '''

.10,tloetf tsnned bm, vbod "vlav H.:!t>lo1AW'


TROUBLE

•II iw • »i V P»

Visible dust from

outlet *'•> "v"'«i r, "w y

« ".V-f hj"l IIV "J 'tM(!

iJ^iK-ttm . yi

'" ' ' £» ytibimuri ti 0'

-,-,H-V 1. • I £U

Bag filtering

action rapidly '

Impaired

n?uasp

'JO 0459

TABLE IV. TROUBLESHOOTING

M'w31 OWITOOHgSJSUOfn .VI JU8AT

CAUSE

a. Bags improperly

Md-oi'* installed god t^m ru

Wt bp

.^

,'^nt !.-•> '• /i.ii*--' ;ji)vb':

'H6 |n"ol J

•jfj r;r >-|'| )»

c. Defectlve'tlmer'-J^i'jn.l


; te.'..'-',:',H—

J ~ TROUBLE

1 lHVllllllllll.il' H'-'-S

Bag filtering Y^A^

action rapidly

Impaired (confer .J 'i '"i

'If ) 1 < \'l: '" IX'II'

h. Static elec-

',u?fl- tricltyt^4||d>ti|pia ut-.v

•Check for low relative

humidity; introduce

'In collectjoriseinv > ? sooi moisture if humidity is

too loW. Use grounded filter -

"iijj yiqtKif" -it

oa. 'Gas flow too high

i'ly~ l . 'i!>HO ^j;IH - • • • .

,g. Moisture blinding

of filter bags

-20-

: REMEDY

L> . t nOl'i i ii(, '«< lit

'Check gas temperature;

correct reason for overheat

condition or change

to higher temperature

bags

*»9 S ' i , pri'iioniiiji.:

yitrqr.-i noir-i

•Check fan speed, dampen &n,v

position; adjust to

specification ratings

•Check cleaning air

supply; correct to between

90 and 100 pslg

•Check solenoid valves;

repair as necessary

•Check ON and OFF Intervals;

adjust as required

•Replace timer

•Remove cause of blockage

and clean hopper

•Check seal around slide

gate (or in airlock);

reseal If leakage is

occurring

•Correct cause of excess

moisture and replace

bags


| TROUBLE

ijilgh manometer • - -

pressure drop

(above 8 in.»WjG.)ior> ,v< 1 •(

(cont) !• i i',n,->-> ,ID l!

cleaning air keeps ,H

falling off

h.

CAUSE

Dust-in clean air

plenum

- >• --.lit ) 'iyii

(l.' : Static elec-

1 j triclty In

'" ! collector

•" i

' a. j incorrect fan

j rotation -•-

t6q

., jU,vj(Kfl'

!.)•>» ;."" .l'i'.'.' i* -'I

High differential p| ." Tit!.' dj •.i|>b.'ffinr

"di| Air leakage in"gas

^• ; ~ i system ^'phn


00(HB2^ nQO

TROlMr H0

JeUAI)

CAUSE

1.1 :i^'»' ,;; ib -mi

• Ml i'-i|.l

Filter bags, ... fl. ,„,., High Collector

deteriorate rapidly ,kJ,J{! temperature

-I", I* K 1 l| ... |

•IT -l-i? ![)i.l Of

\ - ;%;.'-;•;•: •' "*> f?'.ijbf»

,^'-jlq ,ncx>l> >

i- ':.v \-yjh .^ik

r-*r

V 11 v.

iii Ji. Urn

>ivjfc» ! mf'f.-Y.'it v if>yl'K'j

,•©.•• Incorrect bag installlation

i .^.,iw

yi>'f/'i

t *

• ">

: i

, v

y i i i : , T ; ' . ' - : . ' i " i . ' " . • i . a t j y ' i * K J

r.-\, 9vj "3iq

3vode

3J3U0«T

REMEDY

*Check reason fo/fthlghi'i.'-vii

temperature; correct It ifnu

possible.

^Check temperature rating

of bag material (Table I);

replace bags if not within,

range of collector

temperature. rfpu:nr!f AOI* .'ti

•Check composition" of 61 ni?v '

gases; If incompatible

'with bag material, re-. ,.

place with bags of comi

patlble material.

£c>' Shrinkage in filter bags 'Replace shrunken bags.

jr^fT1 Hopper bridging


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CORPORATION kL2iJ

A UNITID 8TATSS HIT! A COMPANY

WChittwrn «o«d, Summit, N.J. • Phont: I201I27MU0

OWNER'S MANUAL


kA. IDENTIFICATION

1. Model 72 I.C. Timer, MikroPul Part No.

132068.

2. Model 74 I.C. Timer, MikroPul Part No.

132311. ut (\QWU\I r..

3. Moder72°llQS ,il flM» < -°Ul£ Approved,

MikroPulPart^Nd.Ol^BSei 1;:

,,;n.. r AllOdloCJ -ipf • Vc[f

4. Model 74 I.C. Timer - UL Approved,

MikroPul Part No. 132597.

B. DESCRIPTION

IP

The Mode) 72 and 74 Integrated Circuit

Tjrnersare. jantir^y/splld^.sjtate.^uential

types, which are capable of switching 10

independent outputs. EachioUtput has.a put terminal

switching capacity of dneiariip at 115V.

All timers are completelynwired for ten

outputs,as received. TheeModfel 72 or 74

I.C. Timer can be used in a variety of

ways:

1. It can best be used as a ten position

timer on any number of valves as

recommended under Electrical Connections.

.ii\ 3 x ,ni Of x .rii SI,...

2. It can service up stpxBQi .valves,, asJUs.

supplied (Five off each output) for

handling more than one dust collector.

C. FEATURES

3. It can be converted to a lower number

of even stepped outputs by unsoldering

the jumper wire (only wire on PC

board) from lug number « p - g i a C , £ | ||l

soldering the wire to the numbered lug '

1. All industrial quality solid-state construction.

ATAOF &1f3!23


w\.- 8

.^'OCf "J^SS to uoow

oitl lo (v't'o ^ toboM) niomv.n hiK'M - r "

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i v \ iV> > .v\ -IIMv'K'Ivi •''•' '«" '"••.• I' • "

:uJm

or gnisfaW-'a to otdr.qecr 0i6"ny»ow»(^M¥>7^J

....t...^j

::*-/KW

,-IOIII.VM 'V-'f r *< ; b«^u oil ri'»ft nf.:i t! .r -"' n

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cyfexters (baas) (A) slip over wire

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VENTURIES *' AuUMtVU/^

RETAINERS.

FILTER BAGS,

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ELECTRICALS

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Model

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Description

Filter Bags Poly. Unt. »' Le.

Filter Bag Retainer HRS

Timer Assembly Model 72 NEMA fr

Timer Model 72 U.L. Label

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INSTALLATION and

MAINTENANCE

INSTRUCTIONS

SHEET NUMBER

R-l

PRESSURE BLOWERS

WARNING: Improper use or installation of this equipment can create potential danger. Read the safety booklet which has

been included in shjpm0lHT~'x fp\

SHIPPING •/* ©

lAII nyb, Prlssure Blowars are shipped'mounted on skids.

Inlet filters are usually shipped direct from the manufacturer!.

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RECEIVING it^irfifip.

Inspect thebloWai

visiulu signs of i},vm

by lurid to sea that

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'""tftijllffiW' "oting any

bill fif lading .

freoiy {nWdoes nq

Move the blower to Ms rigid foundation and level it on the'

foundation by'shimming where necessary. If the foundation

Is not level or if the blower is not properly shimmed the

Pressure Blower hous 1 j can be distorted causing the wheel

to rub. Anchor the blower securely to the foundation. If

vibration isolators are to bo used, they should be installed

between the blower and foundation.

T.?.|.j£THA'<

Check nameplate^or.-, correct voltage. Wire the motor in

accordance'rw/th^applfcable olor,triol cddeV.' fteronV?starting

the un|f, r^ak'e'i wujil inspection of the miYilMtlbn. Turn

the vvhee 1 ! by'han'd to make sure It doeslhbttblnd; Check

sheave alignment, belt nllflnrwttftnct Itefiildh TdPfPOUpling

alignment. (Seo manufacturer's recommendations.) Tighten

•II seocrewt, bolts and nuti.'Hfl everything appeari'to be in

ordor. apply power JudicrieckiiforluntJiualiioundi) undue

vibration and proper rotation as indicated by rotation arrow

on housing.vro'ivaldbvarldidino the' mototV dohaf run trie

•tan 'without inlat'cand/oiloutlef iductJiln'placeibri without

blocking inlot. Complete the installation byiinstalling the

Inlot or outlet ducts and guards as necessary,

Ductwork should be self-supporting. Such weight tends to

distort the fan housing,causing contact with the wheel.

MAINTENANCE / C,V

Regular and systematic inspection of all blower parts Is

recommended. Frequency of inspection is determined by

the severity of the application and local conditions. Once a

'mafnYenance schedule is established, it should be strictly

adhered tpj\ \ / /

Dp not attempt any maintenance on a fw)unlois the eloctrithTh

H cal supply has been completely disconnected.. If a diiconnect

twitch has not beenjprovided, rrmove^all fuijtaufrom the

circuit and locrf (helfliw inanJ .-k" { ^*V4 e W by

the shaft, mo tor or Sir.usin^utlet.Wheneve JosslW. thev <

should be stored In clean, dry locations l7ordtr/RS / *

rust and corrosion. If outdoor storage f, nece^T",/

should be protected as well as possible against tlieile'men^ i f ! " >• ' f n .x • \

and the accumulation of dirt and moist\ire. Special care ,%> Prassui/Blowerl are desioned-fo wX* / / i( A 1

mus b. taken to keep motors dry and cin. ffl i {only/Seek bJJLCKS SBSW 1 i 0r ,u «

K l " " 8 un eS fil1 the ..,.«-. » of foreign mater­

bwrinoi with grWvan^c&r ial or excessive wear from abrasioa Bom can create a seri­

for weather prptec1ion^> A

ous safety hazard. Arty foreign material should be removed

from the wheel. If wheel"shows excessive wear, replace

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PARTS LIST

5 MOTOR*

6 SHAFT"

7 BEARINGS*

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UNLET: PLATE,,,

2 WHEEL* .n !».,.•,;,

3 HOUSING

4 MOTOR PEDESTAL

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• Arrangement 1 and 8 only

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Whan ordering ireplacement part* supply nyb thop

number, from inameplatei andi complete description

o1paruraqulred.il ,•>,•.,,-> ••;.• •.!•.,

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New York Blower

Company F«mSfl2CA8111MABP

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Size


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AW—»

AW—12

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1.31

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123

Customer * Order No. .

Shipping Tog •*•

Snipping Tog ©

Shipping Tog •

Tog

TYPE — AW

4JB

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73

ii.a

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17J0

Size Blower Size

N17P

030

OJB

036

-034.

0.73

DIMENSIONS (INCHES)

a.7

10.9

13.7

Type AW mounts between flanged outlet

on the blower and customers companion

flange.

Type AL may be mounted on the blower

flanged outlet without using connecting

outlet duct.

Dampers have hand lever control and fit

ANSI ISO niprf"inr

Torque shown is maximum with 2 PSI

arrow clean dampers. TYPE— AL

Size

At-4

Al-6

At-a

AL-10

Al —12

A

1.25

1.31

1.31

1.31.

1.44

B

73

85

9M

' 11.0

123

c

6.0

8.0

1O0

12.0

Dimensions should not be used for construction purposes unless certified.

4bJ4

QTY

I RLE NO. Y-0067 DATE 1-4-83 CERTIFIED.

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14.2

17.6

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36

36

G

S.7

P.7

10.9

1*2

13.7

No.

Holes

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12

12

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Size.

10

12

CERTIFIED

DRAWING

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17

20

34

FORM NO.

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7660 Quincy StrtMt

WOtwtraak. Urate 60521

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New York Blower

Compinf

WAFER TYPE OUTLET DAMPERS

Type P Pre

for

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Pressure Blowers are reversible and ratatable in the field.

Furnished with flanged outlet which fits ANSI—1 50 pipe flanges.

FAN DISCHARGES - CLOCKWISE

CW Tl

SIZE

MMP. WISP. M«SP. N17P

^vfMigp.. Mte». WCT. MIM»

vwi7.Mier.Mi7P

NtflP

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H21P.M22P

MiSP N21P.N22P

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M19P.N21P

HZ2P

N21P.N22P

N23P.M24P.N2SP.N26r

roar, HEMP; N2SP. N26P

N23P.N24P.N2SP N26P

»24P. N25P. N28P

N23P

N24P. H2S?. N26P

N2aP.N24P.N2SP

N26P

N2SP.N26P

detfoeaa"s-Ortiar'MaL

Tag w.

Tag O.

Tag *.

1H7F

Maximum Temperature: 180° F

r-»_-

CW us CW TAD CW8AU

HP

IK

7%

40-

10

15

20

10

15

DIMENSIONS (INCHES)

MOTOR

FRAME NO.

Open End

143T

145T

145T

4S33-

3333-

14ST

182T

7% W4T

20

25

7*

30

40

213T

215T

254T

184T

213T

215T

2S4T

25ST

284TS

28CTS

143T

145T

1B2T

JgtTi

213T

21BT

182T

184T

213T

215T

254T

256T

213T

215T

254T

2S6T

284TS

286TS

324TS

4,634

HUGH R. NOEL CO.

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ACCESSORIES

(< J Check !»•«.» lo b* FvrfutHeJ.

, Ventun Inlet (standard) . with wire guard. .-""Z.-tf^S

Flanged Inlet. Fits ANSI—I so pipe flanges. Mounted with hole* straddle eanteriinciy

• - - i*J

. Plain Pipe Inlet. • " , ^

. Steel Wheel. , "^

. Flexible Outlet Connector. Requires flanged outlet on the blower for mounting. ~ \ •",';

Per «*•«•»•! »«j

. Flexible Inlet Connector. Requires flanged inlet on the blower for mounting.

Per drawing

:: r - a y%'

. Wafer Type Outlet Damper. Type 2S-AW Requires flanged outlet on the Mower and*

matching companion tUnge to be furnished by customer. *-P. -•"

Perr,r~;.v, Y - 0 0 6 7 - 2 . , ?*

CD ^ j

. Wafer Type Outlet Damper. Type • 25 - Al . Requires flanged outlat on the olowqr^C.y

Per drawing— -^J>*1s

Inlet Filter. Requires flanged inlet on the blower for mounting.

Per drawing

Isolation -

Whcf Typ--' Spa'k. Resistant Construction.

FAN DISCHARGES - VIEWED FROM DRIVE SIDE

L «>vn on

_ ^eiHi i I U M

Down Blast and Bottom Angular Down discharges require special drawings.

jire special "dr.

MOTOR

Open End

16ft 16%

16%,

16X

4Mb.

fcWfc- 13*

AaJm. XUk.

21%

2Z*

22H

23*

23*

24*

25w

25 ?4

25 h

26*

26*

27*

27*

BLOWER DATA

CFM

16H

17H

**W

22H

22H

23*

23*

24*

24*

25?

23*

26*

26*

27*

27*

28*

8

17!«

17W

17^

W >

J7it

LU4

17*

17"4

17%

17*

21V

17%

MOTOR DATA

KPM

Currenf | Frorw

7TT7T

GTS

3550" 3-dO-S3fl/4o6V. j S13-T

M0T< R § J4( UNTING BY NYB

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1LVQQ67

I

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21U

19

19

19

23

19

23

23

23

H

MOTOR

Open End

23

*?d

23

•aa.

4»-

27

27

27

27

27

27M,

30

30

30

30

30

30

23

2J

34-

24*

26J*.

27

27

27

28*

30V/

30

30

30

30

30

31 •*

6*

6%

6%

6*

6*

6*

6U

6*

6U

6*

6V

6*

6'.4

6%

6V&

6%

6U

6=A

6Mi

6>A

6*

6«i

6*

FLANGES

Outlet

6

10

8

10

10

8

12

10

12

10


Inlet

10

8

IO

IO

8

12

10

12

IO

12

SIZE

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N17P.

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