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COMPRESSOR UNIT OPERATION & MAINTENANCE MANUAL THE HANOVER COMPANY ARIEL FRAME JGE/4 5/04/04 SERIAL NUMBER: PART: JGH:E:K CLASS PART NUMBER ARIEL...

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COMPRESSOR UNIT OPERATION & MAINTENANCE MANUAL

THE HANOVER COMPANY

ARIEL FRAME JGE/4

5/04/04 SERIAL NUMBER: PART: JGH:E:K CLASS PART NUMBER

ARIEL CORP. - BLACKJACK DIV. SALES ORDER COVER SHEET

C/N: 001

RHCOVP02

F-19791 DESCRIPTION: JGH-JGE-JGK-JGT FRAME CLASS QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

DRAWING NO.

G-1734

1

FRAME ASSY,JGH:E:K:T/4,STD

A-8554

G-5504

1

CRANKSHAFT ASSY,JGE/4,STD

A-11864

G-8208

2

GUIDE ASSY,K:T,STD

A-9812

G-9476

2

GUIDE ASSY,H:E,STD

A-9726

G-5118

4

CONN ROD ASSY,FS,E:K:T,NEW BRG

A-3093

G-1322

4

X-HEAD ASSY,JGK:E:T,STD

A-6871

G-0978

1

DRIVE END COVER,JGH:E:K:T/2:4

A-6330

G-1068

1

AUX END COVER ASSY,HEKT/4

A-6328

G-0986

1

LO LEVEL GLASS,J6>,STD

A-4068

G-7719

1

LO PUMP,HEKT/4, FOR THERM.VLV

A-9123

G-2246

1

PR PUMP ASSY,HEKT/2:4,CD/2,STD

D-1341

G-1763

1

FF LUBR,(2)1/4,HEKT2/4

D-1107

G-5299

1

DST.BLK.MTG.SINGL,JKCBR/4:6

N.A.

G-2708

2

RUPTURE DISC ASSY, 3250 PSI

N.A.

G-2930

1

FF TUBING,JGH:E/4

N.A.

G-2935

2

FF TUBING,BOTTOM LUBE-EA.CYL.

N.A.

G-7982

1

CHAIN ASSY,HEKT/2:4 STD OR R/R

A-9639

G-1073

1

TOP COVER ASSY,JGH:E:K:T/4

A-7072

G-7624

2

FF GAGE,3000PSI/BLK,KCB:R46

A-9020

G-9873

2

FF S/D,PRO-FLO,DC,STD

N.A.

G-8087

1

THRM.VL,1-1/2"MTD,HEKT/4:CD/2

A-9645

G-8631

1

TOOL KIT ASSY, JGH:E:K:T

N.A.

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-1734 FRAME, SPACER BARS AND MAIN BEARING CAPS JGH/4, JGE/4, JGK/4 AND JGT/4 REF. DRWG. A-8554 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

D-1094

1

FRAME,JGH:E:K/4

002

A-0827

4

MALE CONN,STL,

003

FC0125LY

12

12 PT,1-1/8-12 X 7

004

A-3887

12

WASHER,SPACER BAR,FRAME/GUIDE

005

A-3763

1

CHK VLV,1/8MX1/8F,SS,PPT/14PSI

006

FP0500FE

0

DOWEL PIN, 1/4 X 3/4

007

A-0918

1

PLUG-TUBE FIT,FEMALE,STL,1/4T

008

A-3512

12

O-RING,VT, 1.318 O.D. X .103

009

FC0120JY

16

12 PT,7/8-9 X 7

010

PP0810KB

2

PIPE PLUG,1"NPT,HEX HD,STL

011

A-3871

1

END PLT,OIL GALLERY,HEK/2/4/6

012

A-3507

2

O-RING,VT, 2.012 O.D. X .139

013

FC0102EL

4

HEX HD CAP,3/8-16 X 2-1/4

014

FS0420JS

6

SQ.HD.SETSCREW,7/8-9X4 OVAL PT

015

A-3877

1

END PLT,H:E:K/2/4

016

FC0102EI

4

HEX HD CAP,3/8-16 X 1-1/2

017

A-0815

1

MALE ELBOW,STL,

018

FP0500GE

0

DOWEL PIN,5/16 X 3/4

019

FS0400EG

0

CUP PT.SET-SCREW, 3/8-16 X 1

020

A-3876

2

END PLT,HTR MTG,H:E:K/2/4

021

A-3508

3

O-RING,VT, 2.762 O.D. X .139

022

FC0102EH

8

HEX HD CAP,3/8-16 X 1-1/4

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

1/4T X 1/4P G8

+.0002

G8

G5

G5

1/4T X 1/8P +.0002

G5

5/04/04 PARTS LIST 023

A-0811

1

HEX RED BUSH,STL,1/4M X 1/8F

024

A-0804

1

STREET ELBOW,STL, 1/8P, 90

025

A-0882#02

1

STREET TEE,STL,1/8P

026

A-0830

1

MALE CONN,STL,

029

PP0810CB

4

PIPE PLUG,1/4NPT,HEX HD,STL

042

FC0102EJ

4

HEX HD CAP,3/8-16 X 1-3/4

044

A-3929

1

THREADED FLG,RECT.H:E:K:T:C:D

045

C-0641

2

FRAME SIDE COVER,JGH:E:K

046

C-0642

2

GASKET,RET,15-5/8 X 7 X 1/32

047

FS0450HC

4

CUP PT.S-SCRW,NY, 5/8-11 X 1/2

049

PP0810GB

5

PIPE PLUG,1/2NPT,HEX HD,STL

054

A-10201

28

1/4T X 1/8P

SEMS BOLT, 3/8-16 X 1-1/2

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

G5

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-5504 CRANKSHAFT AND MAIN BEARINGS JGE/4, 4-1/2" STROKE REF. DRWG. A-11864 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

AD-2216

1

CRANK ASSY,FS,JGE:T/4

002

B-0778

0

OIL SLINGER,JGH:E:K & JGJ/6

003

A-3872

0

SPKT,RLR.CHAIN,CSHAFT,#40-24T

004

B-0770

8

SLEEVE BRG,H/S,MAIN,H:E:K:T

005

B-0776

2

THRUST PLATE,BZ,JGH:E:K:T

006

FP0505JK

4

ROLL PIN, 1/2 X 2

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-8208 JGK:T CROSSHEAD GUIDE REF. DRWG. A-9812 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

D-2924

1

X-HD GUIDE,S2,JGK

002

B-0835

1

GASKET,NST,17-3/4 X15-7/8X1/64

003

FC0120JO

004

B-1834

2

GUIDE COVER,CAST,JGH:E:ET:K:T

005

B-0832

2

GSKT,RET,15-5/16X10-13/16X1/32

006

B-1860

2

GUIDE COVER,D/P,CAST,JGK:T

007

B-1032

2

GASKET,RET,10-13/16X6-3/4X1/32

008

A-6830

60

009

PP0810GB

2

PIPE PLUG,1/2NPT,HEX HD,STL

010

A-0415

2

LUBE FITTING, 3/4-10 X 2

011

FW0550IA

6

STAT-O-SEAL, 3/4 DIA., BLACK

012

A-0815

2

MALE ELBOW,STL,

013

A-9099

1

MALE ELBOW,STL,

014

PT0200HC

015

PP0802RD

1

PIPE PLUG,1/8NPT,SQ HD,PLASTIC

016

PP0802GD

1

PIPE PLUG,1/2NPT,SQ HD,PLASTIC

017

A-8725

1

OMNI OIL TRAP,STEM,SS,1/8NPT

018

A-2206

1

EYEBOLT,1-1/2-6

019

A-0863

1

HEX RED BUSH,STL,1M X 3/4F

020

A-0808

1

MALE BRANCH T,STL, 1/4T X 1/4P

021

A-0800

2

MALE ELBOW,STL,

022

PT0200CB

023

B-1686

12

12 PT, 7/8-9 X 3

SEMS BOLT,

G8

3/8-16 X 1-1/4

1/4T X 1/8P 3/4T X

3/4P

5. " SS,TUBING, 3/4 OD X .049 WALL

UNC, SHORT

1/4T X 1/4P

60. " SS TUBING, 1/4 OD X .035 WALL 1

GLAND,X-HD GUIDE,JGH:E:K:T

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

5/04/04 PARTS LIST 024

A-3509

1

O-RING,VT, 7.762 O.D. X .139

025

FC0102EG

3

HEX HD CAP,3/8-16 X 1

027

B-1687

1

PKG,2.0, OIL WIPER,WAT

029

A-3780

1

CHK.VLV,DOU.BALL SOFT SEAT SS

030

A-3529

1

HEX PIPE NIPPLE,STL,1/4 X 1/4

032

FC0103IK

4

HEX HD CAP,3/4-10 X 2

033

A-8724

1

OMNI OIL TRAP,BODY,SS,1/4NPTF

034

FC0160CJ

6

SOC HD CAP,1/4-20 X 1-3/4

NY

035

FC0103KI

2

HEX HD CAP,1-8 X 1-1/2

G2

036

FW0550KA

2

STAT-O-SEAL,

042

A-2113

1

STREET ELBOW,STL,1/4P

051

PP0810KB

1

PIPE PLUG,1"NPT,HEX HD,STL

1"DIA., BLACK

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

G5

G2

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-9476 JGH:E CROSSHEAD GUIDE REF. DRWG. A-9726 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

D-3533

1

X-HD GUIDE,STD/S2,JGH:E

002

B-0835

1

GASKET,NST,17-3/4 X15-7/8X1/64

003

FC0120JO

004

B-1834

2

GUIDE COVER,CAST,JGH:E:ET:K:T

005

B-0832

2

GSKT,RET,15-5/16X10-13/16X1/32

006

B-1859

2

GUIDE COVER,CAST,JGH:E

007

B-0834

2

GASKET,RET,10-13/16X7-3/4X1/32

008

A-6830

60

009

PP0810GB

1

PIPE PLUG,1/2NPT,HEX HD,STL

010

A-0415

2

LUBE FITTING, 3/4-10 X 2

011

FW0550IA

6

STAT-O-SEAL, 3/4 DIA., BLACK

012

A-0815

2

MALE ELBOW,STL,

013

A-9099

1

MALE ELBOW,STL,

014

PT0200HC

015

PP0802RD

1

PIPE PLUG,1/8NPT,SQ HD,PLASTIC

016

PP0802GD

1

PIPE PLUG,1/2NPT,SQ HD,PLASTIC

017

A-8725

1

OMNI OIL TRAP,STEM,SS,1/8NPT

018

A-2206

1

EYEBOLT,1-1/2-6

019

A-0863

1

HEX RED BUSH,STL,1M X 3/4F

020

A-0808

1

MALE BRANCH T,STL, 1/4T X 1/4P

021

A-0800

2

MALE ELBOW,STL,

022

PT0200CB

023

B-1686

12

12 PT, 7/8-9 X 3

SEMS BOLT,

G8

3/8-16 X 1-1/4

1/4T X 1/8P 3/4T X

3/4P

5. " SS,TUBING, 3/4 OD X .049 WALL

UNC, SHORT

1/4T X 1/4P

60. " SS TUBING, 1/4 OD X .035 WALL 1

GLAND,X-HD GUIDE,JGH:E:K:T

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

5/04/04 PARTS LIST 024

A-3509

1

O-RING,VT, 7.762 O.D. X .139

025

FC0102EG

3

HEX HD CAP,3/8-16 X 1

027

B-1687

1

PKG,2.0, OIL WIPER,WAT

029

A-3780

1

CHK.VLV,DOU.BALL SOFT SEAT SS

030

A-3529

1

HEX PIPE NIPPLE,STL,1/4 X 1/4

032

FC0103IK

4

HEX HD CAP,3/4-10 X 2

033

A-8724

1

OMNI OIL TRAP,BODY,SS,1/4NPTF

034

FC0160CJ

6

SOC HD CAP,1/4-20 X 1-3/4

NY

035

FC0103KI

2

HEX HD CAP,1-8 X 1-1/2

G2

036

FW0550KA

2

STAT-O-SEAL,

051

PP0810KB

1

PIPE PLUG,1"NPT,HEX HD,STL

1"DIA., BLACK

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

G5

G2

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-5118 CONNECTING ROD, FORGED STEEL JGE, JGK & JGT, NEW STYLE BEARING H/S. REF. DRWG. A-3093 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

AD-0973

1

CONN ROD ASSY,FS,JGE:K:T

002

A-3941

0

12 PT, 1-14 X 7-1/4

G8

003

FP0500GG

0

DOWEL PIN,5/16 X 1"

+.0002

004

B-0772

0

SLEEVE BEARING,BZ,ROD,H:E:K:T

005

B-2082

2

SLEEVE BRG,H/S,ROD,H:E:K:T

006

B-1495

0

TURN INDICATOR,JGH:E:K:T

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-1322 CROSSHEAD, PIN AND BALANCE NUT JGE, JGK & JGT REF. DRWG. A-6871 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

CROSSHEAD

0

FOR PART NO. SEE COVER SHEET

001

D-0868

0

CROSSHEAD,LGT,DI, 74.9#,E:K:T

001

D-0869

0

CROSSHEAD,MED,DI,105.2#,E:K:T

001

D-0870

0

CROSSHEAD,MED,DI,131.8#,E:K:T

001

D-0871

0

CROSSHEAD,HVY,DI,153.3#,E:K:T

001

D-0949

0

CROSSHEAD,XHV,BZ,193.0#,H:E:K

001

D-0995

0

CROSSHEAD,BAL,CI,198.0#JGH:E:K

001

D-0996

0

CROSSHEAD,BAL,CI,237.0#JGH:E:K

001

D-0997

0

CROSSHEAD,BAL,CI,276.0#JGH:E:K

001

D-0998

0

CROSSHEAD,BAL,CI,336.0#JGH:E:K

001

D-2299

0

CROSSHEAD,BAL,CI,426.0#,HEK

001

D-3277

0

CROSSHEAD,XLT,ADI,59#,E:K:T

002

B-0773

1

CROSSHEAD PIN,JGH:E:K:T

003

A-3870

2

END PLATE,CROSSHEAD PIN, H:E:K

004

A-3869

1

12 PT, 1/2-20 X 10

005

FN0461GA

1

SELF-LOCK NUT,ESNA,1/2-20

006

FP0505FE

2

ROLL PIN, 1/4 X 3/4

007

B-0781

0

CROSSHEAD NUT,10.0#,RND, H:E:K

007

B-0782

0

CROSSHEAD NUT,14.0#,RND, H:E:K

007

B-0783

0

CROSSHEAD NUT,18.0#,RND, H:E:K

007

B-0784

0

CROSSHEAD NUT,22.0#,RND, H:E:K

007

B-0785

0

CROSSHEAD NUT,26.0#,RND, H:E:K

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

G8

5/04/04 PARTS LIST 007

B-0786

0

CROSSHEAD NUT,30.0#,RND, H:E:K

007

B-1325

0

CROSSHEAD NUT,34.0#,RND, H:E:K

007

B-1573

0

CROSSHEAD NUT,38.0#,RND, H:E:K

007

B-1574

0

CROSSHEAD NUT,42.0#,RND, H:E:K

007

B-1575

0

CROSSHEAD NUT,46.0#,RND, H:E:K

007

B-1576

0

CROSSHEAD NUT,50.0#,RND, H:E:K

007

B-1577

0

CROSSHEAD NUT,54.0#,RND, H:E:K

007

CROSSHEAD NUT

0

FOR PART NO. SEE COVER SHEET

008

FS0455EK

2

CUP PT.S-SCRW,NY, 3/8-24 X 2

009

B-0787

0

SLEEVE BEARING,BZ,X-HD,JGE:K:T

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-0978 DRIVE END COVER JGH, JGE, JGK AND JGT, 2 AND 4 THROWS. REF. DRWG. A-6330 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

C-0587

1

DRIVE END COVER, JGH:E:K:T

002

B-0844

1

GASKET,RET,23-1/2X20-5/16X1/32

003

FC0102EK

004

C-0594

1

SHAFT SEAL HOUSING, JGH:E:K

005

A-3875

1

GASKET,RND,12-13/16, X 1/32

006

A-10186

008

FP0512EF

2

THD.TAPER PIN,#4 X 1"LG

009

A-0245-B

1

DUST SEAL,TFE,JGH:E:K:T,J/6

010

FP0512FJ

2

THD.TAPER PIN,#5 X 2"LG

21

16

HEX HD CAP,3/8-16 X 2

SEMS BOLT,

5/16-18 X 1-1/4

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

G5

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-1068 AUXILIARY END COVER JGH/4, JGE/4, JGK/4 AND JGT/4 REF. DRWG. A-6328 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

C-2593

1

AUX END COVER,JGH:E:K:T/4

002

B-0844

1

GASKET,RET,23-1/2X20-5/16X1/32

003

FC0102EI

21

004

FP0512FH

2

THD.TAPER PIN,#5 X 1-1/2LG

005

PP0850MB

1

PIPE PLUG,1-1/4NPTF,HEXSOC,STL

006

A-0827

1

MALE CONN,STL,

007

A-0490

3

PUSH IN PLUG,PL, 5/16,YELLOW

HEX HD CAP,3/8-16 X 1-1/2

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

G5

1/4T X 1/4P

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-0986 SIGHT GLASS ASSEMBLY STD JGE:K:T, JGC:D, JGB:V, & JGJ/6 REF. DRWG. A-4068 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

B-3322

1

FLANGE,SIGHT GLASS,HEKT:CD:BV

002

A-5375

1

GASKET,RND,2-1/4,X 1/32,INNER

003

FC0102EG

2

HEX HD CAP,3/8-16 X 1

004

A-5376

1

GASKET,RND,2-1/4 X 1/8,OUTER

005

A-5378

1

SIGHT GLASS,2"REFLECTOR

006

A-0745

1

O-RING,VT, 2.756 O.D. X .103

007

A-5374

1

SIGHT GLASS,2-1/4"LENS

008

A-9870

1

O-RING,VT, 2.250 O.D. X .063

009

FW0501DA

2

FLAT WASHER, 3/8 ID

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

G5

PLAIN

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-7719 LUBE OIL PUMP, STRAINER, FILTER JGH:E:K:T/4 FOR THERMOSTATICE VALVE REF. DRWG. A-9123 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

D-0752

1

L O PUMP,VIKING,HEKT/4,JGC:D/2

002

A-3918

1

SPKT,RLR.CHAIN,LO,PUMP,21T

003

FK0361EG

1

SQR KEY,3/16 X 1"LG

004

FS0455DG

2

CUP PT.S-SCRW,NY,5/16-24 X 1

005

B-0779

2

GASKET,SQ,5-15/16X5-15/16X1/32

006

FD0212GDI

4

1/2 DOG PT.STUD,1/2-13 X 3-1/2

007

B-0777

1

L O PUMP ADPTR,VIK,JGH:J/6

008

A-8249

1

L O STRAINER, 1-1/2"NPT

009

A-0965

2

HEX PIPE NIPPLE,1-1/2P

010

D-0744

1

L O FILTER HEAD,3 ELEMENT

011

A-3938

1

TUBE,PREF,LO,SUC,H/4:C/2

012

A-0661

3

LO FILTER ELEMENT,SPIN-ON

013

A-0660

0

STUD,SPIN-ON L O FILTER

014

FC0102GH

2

HEX HD CAP,1/2-13 X 1-1/4

015

A-5257

1

DRIVE PLUG, VIKING WEEPHOLE

016

FN0460GA

4

SELF-LOCK NUT,ESNA,1/2-13

018

PT0200JC

021

A-0847

3

STREET ELBOW,STL,1"NPT

022

A-0967

2

MALE CONN,STL,

023

A-0964

2

MALE ELBOW,STL,1-1/2T X 1-1/2P

024

A-0968

1

FEMALE ELBOW,STL,1-1/2P

028

A-0261

2

L.O.PSI GAUGE,ASHCROFT,1/4 NPT

G5

40. " SS,TUBING, 1" OD X .049 WALL

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

1T X

1P

5/04/04 PARTS LIST 030

A-0972

1

STREET TEE,STL, 1"P

035

PP0810KB

1

PIPE PLUG,1"NPT,HEX HD,STL

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-2246 LUBE OIL PRIMING PUMP, MOUNTED,STANDARD, JGH:E:K:T/2:4, JGC:D/2 REF. DRWG. D-1341 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

B-0425

1

MANUAL PRIMING PUMP

002

B-1473

0

HANDLE,PRIMING PUMP,CLAMP TYPE

003

FC0125DK

0

12 PT,5/16-24 X 2

004

FN0461DA

0

SELF-LOCK NUT,ESNA,5/16-24

005

A-2370

1

CHECK VALVE,PPT,1/2FNPT

006

PT0200FB

007

A-0844

2

HEX RED BUSH,STL,3/4M X 1/2F

008

A-0901

2

MALE ELBOW,STL,

009

A-0849

1

HEX PIPE NIPPLE,1/2P,STL

010

B-0817

1

BRACKET,PRIMING PUMP,JGW:R:K:J

011

A-0857

2

MALE CONN,STL,

012

A-0888

1

HEX RED BUSH,STL,1M X 1/2F

013

FC0100EI

2

HEX HD CAP,3/8-16 X 1-1/2

014

FN0450EB

2

HEX NUT,STL,Z/PL,3/8-16

015

FC0102GG

2

HEX HD CAP,1/2-13 X 1

G8

57. " SS,TUBING, 1/2 OD X .035 WALL

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

1/2T X

1/2T X

1/2P

1/2P

G9

G5

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-1763 FORCE FEED LUBRICATOR, ARIEL TWIN 1/4" DIA. PUMPS JGH:E:K:T 2/4 REF. DRWG. D-1107 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

D-2001

1

FF LUBR,2,LH,PUMP TANK ASSY

002

A-9477

2

FF LUBR PUMP 1/4 PREMIER

003

A-2347

0

TOP CVR DOUBLE FF LUBE BOX

004

A-2349

0

GSKT,ARL DBL LUBE BOX CVR,1/32

005

A-2360

0

WORM SHAFT,FF LUBR 1/2D E

006

A-5638

0

HSG BRG FF LUBE BOX LH

007

A-3911

0

SHAFT OIL SEAL

008

A-0030

0

O-RING,VT, 1.637 O.D. X .139

009

FK0360AA

1

WOODRUFF KEY,#204,1/2D X 1/16

010

A-3873

1

SPKT,RLR.CHAIN,FF LUBR,28T

011

FS0455DH

1

CUP PT.S-SCRW,NY,5/16-24X1-1/4

012

A-2353

0

ADJ SHAFT-DOUBLE LUBE BOX

013

B-1177

0

CAM/WORM GEAR,2-PUMP FF LUBR

014

PP0810CB

2

PIPE PLUG,1/4NPT,HEX HD,STL

015

FN0457KA

0

HEX NUT,JAM,STL,1"-14

016

A-2359

0

SNAP RING,STL,RADIAL ASSYO.625

017

A-2358

0

FLAT WASHER,SUPPORT,518,HARD

018

A-5641

0

SIGHT GLASS,3/4" NPT

019

FC0120DF

4

12 PT CAP,5/16-18 X 7/8

G8

020

FC0102CG

0

HEX HD CAP,1/4-20

X 1

G5

021

FC0102CE

0

HEX HD CAP,1/4-20

X 3/4

G5

022

A-3928

1

DATA PLATE,2 PUMP FF LUBR

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

5/04/04 PARTS LIST 023

A-0827

2

MALE CONN,STL,

1/4T X 1/4P

024

A-0882#02

2

STREET TEE,STL,1/8P

025

A-0815

2

MALE ELBOW,STL,

026

PP0810GB

1

PIPE PLUG,1/2NPT,HEX HD,STL

027

A-0800

1

MALE ELBOW,STL,

028

A-9631

0

FF LUB PUMP GASKET

029

PT0200CB

030

A-0843

1

STREET ELBOW,STL,1/2P,90

031

A-9619

0

SPRING,FF PUMP,PREMIER

032

A-9618

0

SPRING RETAINER,FF PUMP,PREM

033

A-0830

1

MALE CONN,STL,

1/4T X 1/8P

034

A-0807

1

UNION TEE,STL,

1/4T

035

A-0918

2

PLUG-TUBE FIT,FEMALE,STL,1/4T

036

A-8723

1

FF LUBR FILTER, 150 MIC

037

A-8729

1

BRKT, FF INLET FILTER

038

A-8824

2

FEMALE BRANCH TEE STL1/4TX1/8P

039

A-8828

3

MALE ADAPTR,STL, 1/4T X

040

FC0102CC

2

HEX HD CAP,1/4-20

045

FW0500CA

0

WASHER, 1/4" I.D., SAE

099

A-8723-K

0

FILTER KIT, LUBRICATOR 150 MIC

099

AD-2876

0

FF LUBR,

1/4T X 1/8P

1/4T X 1/4P

28. " SS TUBING, 1/4 OD X .035 WALL

1/4,1/4

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

X 1/2

1/8P G5

1/2S

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-5299 DISTRIBUTION BLOCK, MOUNTING BOLTS JGA:H:E:K:T:C:D:B:V/4:6, SINGLE BLOCK REF. DRWG. N.A. ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER 001

FC0102CI

QUANTITY 8

DESCRIPTION HEX HD CAP,1/4-20

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

X 1-1/2

G5

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-2708 RUPTURE DISC ASSEMBLY 3250 PSI REF. DRWG. N.A. ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

A-0080

1

BLOW-OUT ASSY,SPECIFY DISC.

002

A-0124

0

BLOW-OUT DISC,3250 PSIG,PURPLE

003

A-2570

1

PLUG PLASTIC, 7 X RED

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-2935 FORCE FEED LUBRICATION TUBING BOTTOM LUBE - EACH CYLINDER JG:A:M:P:R:W:J:H:E REF. DRWG. N.A. ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

PT0200CB

90. " SS TUBING, 1/4 OD X .035 WALL

002

A-0886

1

BULK.UNION,STL,

003

A-0401

1

BRACKET,BULKHEAD UNION

004

FC0134CC

1

BUT HD CAP,1/4-20 X 1/2

005

A-0831

1

TUBING CLAMP,

006

FM0400BC

1

SLTD.MACH.SCREW, #10-24 X

007

FW0500AA

1

FLAT WASHER, #8 SAE

1/4T X 1/4T

316SS

1/4 TUBE

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

1/2

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-2930 FORCE FEED LUBRICATION TUBING JGH/4 AND JGE/4 REF. DRWG. N.A. ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

PT0200CB

450. " SS TUBING, 1/4 OD X .035 WALL

002

A-0886

4

BULK.UNION,STL,

003

A-0401

4

BRACKET,BULKHEAD UNION

004

FC0134CC

4

BUT HD CAP,1/4-20 X 1/2

005

A-0831

4

TUBING CLAMP,

006

FM0400BC

4

SLTD.MACH.SCREW, #10-24 X

007

FW0500AA

4

FLAT WASHER, #8 SAE

1/4T X 1/4T

316SS

1/4 TUBE

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

1/2

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-7982 CHAIN DRIVE ASSY,STANDARD OR REVERSE ROTATION. JGH:E:K:T/2;4 THROW UNITS REF. DRWG. A-9639 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

B-0030

1

ECC VERNIER CAP

002

A-9598

1

IDLER SPACER

003

A-9599

1

SPKT ASSY,RLR CHAIN #40-15T BZ

004

A-0109

8

MACHINE SCREW PLUG,PL, 7/16-14

005

FC0107GQ

1

HEX HD CAP,1/2-20 X 3-1/2

006

FW0550GA

1

STAT-O-SEAL, 1/2 DIA., BLACK

007

FN0468GA

1

HEX NUT,STOVER TYPE C ,1/2-20

009

A-0010

1

O-RING,VT, 2.625 O.D. X .139

010

FC0100DH

2

HEX HD CAP,5/16-18 X 1-1/4

011

A-3884

1

ROLLER CHAIN,40-1 X114,JGH:E:K

012

FW0501CA

2

FLAT WASHER, 5/16 I.D. PLAIN

013

FW0502HA

2

WASHER,1/2 STEEL

014

A-9600

0

SLEEVE BUSHING,BZ,1/2 LG

015

A-9601

1

SLEEVE BEARING,STL,5/8 LG

016

FW0500GA

1

FLAT WASHER, 1/2 SAE

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

G5

G9

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-1073 TOP COVER, BREATHER JGH/4, JGE/4, JGK/4 & JGT/4 REF. DRWG. A-7072 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

C-0644

1

TOP COVER, JGH:E:K:T/4

002

C-0645

1

GASKET,RET,77-5/8 X20-3/8X1/32

003

FE0300EA

0

EYEBOLT,3/8-16 UNC

004

A-0467

4

PUSH IN PLUG,PL,

005

B-2567

2

BREATHER,1"NPT,FRAME

006

A-6830

56

007

A-0464

1

CAUTION PLT,COMPRESSOR VLV

008

A-0138

1

NAME PLATE,ARIEL LOGO

009

FC0134BC

4

BUT HD CAP,10-24 X 1/2

010

A-0713

1

INFO PLATE,L O FILTER,SPIN-ON

011

A-0459

1

DATA PLATE,FRAME SPECIFICATION

012

FR0570CC

013

A-0719

1

INFO PLATE,ROTATION ARROW

014

A-0463

1

CAUTION PLATE,CYLINDER VENTING

015

A-7655

2

PIPE PLUG,1"NPT,SLOTTED HEAD

016

A-0009

2

O-RING,VT, 1.375 O.D. X .139

020

FC0134BB

2

BUT HD CAP,10-24 X 3/8

15

SEMS BOLT,

3/8,YELLOW

3/8-16 X 1-1/4

DRIVE SCREW, #6 X

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

1/4

316SS

U-TYPE

316SS

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-7624 FORCE FEED PRESSURE GAUGE 3000 PSI, PER BLK. HEKTCDBV:RJW4&6 REF. DRWG. A-9020 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

A-8727

1

GAUGE, 3000 PSI, BACK MOUNT

002

A-0800

1

MALE ELBOW,STL,

003

A-0882#03

1

STREET TEE,STL,1/4P

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

1/4T X 1/4P

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-9873 FORCE FEED LUBRICATOR PRO-FLO TIMER WITH PROXIMITY SWITCH. REF. DRWG. N.A. ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER 001

A-11295

QUANTITY 1

DESCRIPTION FF.S/D,PRO-FLO,TRAB,SB

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-8087 LUBE OIL THERMOSTATIC VALVE, 1-1/2"FNPT MOUNTED ON JGC:D/2,HEKT/4 REF. DRWG. A-9645 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

B-2722

1

THERM VALVE,1-1/2",170 DEG,FPE

002

A-0969

3

HEX RED BUSH,STL,1-1/2M X 1F

003

A-0832

1

HEX PIPE NIPPLE 1"P

004

A-0847

1

STREET ELBOW,STL,1"NPT

005

A-0972

1

STREET TEE,STL, 1"P

006

PP0803ND

1

PIPE PLUG,1-1/2NPT,KNURL HD PL

007

PP0802KD

1

PIPE PLUG,1"NPT,SQ HD,PLASTIC

008

A-0967

2

MALE CONN,STL,

009

A-10259

1

TUBE,PREF,THERMO,HEK/4,CD/2,SS

010

A-9649

0

O-RING,VT,

011

A-9650

0

ELEMENT,THERM.VLV,1.5",170,FPE

012

A-9651

0

LIP SEAL-TEFLON,1.5"VALVE, FPE

013

PP0810KB

2

PIPE PLUG,1"NPT,HEX HD,STL

014

A-6971

1

MALE BRANCH TEE,STL,

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

1T X

1P

FPE

1"P

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-8631 SPECIAL TOOLS JGE, JGK & JGT REF. DRWG. N.A. ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

A-0798

1

TOOL BOX

002

A-0135

1

VALVE PULLER, 5/16 X 1/2 UNF

003

A-0409

1

VALVE PULLER, 1/4 X 3/8 UNF

004

A-0626

1

VLV PULLER, 5/8 X 3/4 UNF

005

A-2289

1

VLV PULLER TOOL FOR'CT'VALVE

006

A-1858

1

CROSSHD INSTALL.TOOL,JGH:E:K

007

ER-63

1

TORQUE CHART, ALL UNITS

008

A-4996

1

PEG WRENCH,1-3/8"

009

B-1240

1

PISTON TURNING TOOL SUPT. ASSY

010

B-1410

1

PISTON NUT SPANNER, JGH:E:K

011

B-1495

1

TURN INDICATOR,JGH:E:K:T

013

FE0300EA

6

EYEBOLT,3/8-16 UNC

014

FE0300GA

2

EYEBOLT,1/2-13 UNC

015

TA0100GA

5

ALLEN WRENCH, 5/32 SHORT ARM

016

TA0100HA

5

ALLEN WRENCH, 3/16 SHORT ARM

017

TA0100LA

1

ALLEN WRENCH,

3/8 SHORT ARM

018

TA0100NB

2

ALLEN WRENCH,

1/2 LONG ARM

019

TA0100QB

1

ALLEN WRENCH,

3/4 LONG ARM

020

A-6393

1

CYL. BOLT TORQUE ADAPTER

021

C-2106

1

CONN.ROD CAP REMOVAL TOOL, HEK

022

B-1989

1

X-HD/PIN ALIGN. TOOL,JGH:E:K

023

FC0102CG

6

HEX HD CAP,1/4-20

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

X 1

G5

5/04/04 PARTS LIST 024

A-8158

0

BRG HSG SPANNER WRENCH

025

A-11341

1

ENTER SLEEVE,PIST RD,2PC HEKT

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

COMPRESSOR UNIT OPERATION & MAINTENANCE MANUAL

THE HANOVER COMPANY

CYLINDER NO. 1

5/04/04 SERIAL NUMBER:

ARIEL CORP. - BLACKJACK DIV. SALES ORDER COVER SHEET

RHCOVP02

C-62604

PART: 26-1/2K CLASS PART NUMBER

C/N: 001

DESCRIPTION: 26-1/2"JGK CYLINDER CLASS QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

DRAWING NO.

G-10816

1

CYL ASSY,26-1/2K:T,HES,STD 230

A-9820

G-4112

1

SHIP LOOSE CYL.TB LUBE,STL

N.A.

G-2061

8

SUC VLV ASSY,26-1/2K:Z:22K:C:Z

B-1319

G-2062

8

DIS VLV ASSY,26-1/2KZ:22KCDZ

B-1319

G-9139

1

PIST.26-1/2T,2PC,IC,

A-10319

B-2232-U

8

SUC VLV,190CKT,NY

A-9265

B-2438-CC

8

DIS VLV,190CKT,MT

A-9264

G-8147

1

2XNOZ FLG,FW

A-10200

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-10816 26-1/2" JGK:T CYLINDER BODY, WELDED NOZZLE, HEAD END SUPPORTS RDP 209# MAWP 230# REF. DRWG. A-9820 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER QUANTITY DESCRIPTION 001

D-3685

0

CYL,26-1/2KCZ,WN,HES

002

D-1244

0

CE HEAD,26-1/2K CL

003

A-2685

1

O-RING,VT,26.360 O.D. X .210

004

FC0100IM

005

B-3549

006

FC0120JW

007

A-11032

2

LUBE FITTING,3/4-10X4,VERT HEX

008

FW0550ID

3

STAT-O-SEAL,VT,75DUR. 3/4 DIA

012

PT0200CB

013

A-3780

2

CHK.VLV,DOU.BALL SOFT SEAT SS

015

A-0256

1

MACHINE SCREW PLUG,PL,

016

A-0465

1

DATA PLATE,CYLINDER SPEC

017

FR0570CC

12

018

PP0810GB

6

PIPE PLUG,1/2NPT,HEX HD,STL

019

A-0640-A

2

INFO PLATE,SUCTION

020

A-0640-B

2

INFO PLATE,DISCHARGE

021

A-0827

4

MALE CONN,STL,

023

FC0103IG

1

HEX HD CAP,3/4-10 X 1

026

A-0800

2

MALE ELBOW,STL,

100

HD-3686

1

CYL ASSY,26-1/2K:T,HES

16 1 12

230

HEX HD CAP,3/4-10 X 2-1/2

G9

GSKT,RND,22-1/2 X 1/64,18 HOLE 12 PT, 7/8-9 X 6

G8

85. " SS TUBING, 1/4 OD X .035 WALL

DRIVE SCREW, #6 X

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

1/4

1/2-13 STD U-TYPE

1/4T X 1/4P G2

1/4T X 1/4P

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-4112 CYLINDER TO BE SHIPPED LOOSE WITH TOP AND BOTTOM LUBE AND STANDARD TUBING AND FITTINGS REF. DRWG. N.A. ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER QUANTITY DESCRIPTION 001

A-0886

2

BULK.UNION,STL,

1/4T X 1/4T

002

A-0815

2

MALE ELBOW,STL,

1/4T X 1/8P

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-2061 SUCTION VALVE, RETAINER AND CAP 26-1/2" & 22" JGK:C:D:Z CLASS CYLINDER REF. DRWG. B-1319 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

SUCTION VALVE

0

FOR PART NO. SEE COVER SHEET

002

A-2691

1

STL GASKET, 8.030 X

003

B-1304

1

VLV RET,S&D,26-1/2K:22KCD

004

B-1303

0

VLV CAP,26-1/2K:22K:C:D CL

005

A-1801

1

O-RING,VT, 8.145 O.D. X .210

006

FC0171EEG

3

12 PT,5/8-11 X 2 X 3/4

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

7.842 X30

G8

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-2062 DISCHARGE VALVE, RETAINER AND CAP 26-1/2" & 22" JGK:C:D CLASS CYLINDER REF. DRWG. B-1319 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

DISCHARGE VALV

0

FOR PART NO. SEE COVER SHEET

002

A-2691

1

STL GASKET, 8.030 X

003

B-1304

1

VLV RET,S&D,26-1/2K:22KCD

004

B-1303

0

VLV CAP,26-1/2K:22K:C:D CL

005

A-1801

1

O-RING,VT, 8.145 O.D. X .210

006

FC0171EEG

3

12 PT,5/8-11 X 2 X 3/4

007

A-2695

2

THUMB SCREW,NYLON,1/4-20 X 1

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

7.842 X30

G8

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-9139 26-1/2"T 2 PC PISTON, TFE RINGS & WEAR BAND, TFE/CI PACKING, INTEGRAL COLLAR PISTON ROD, WITH OUT EXPANDERS. 4-1/2"STROKE. REF. DRWG. A-10319 2 SHEETS ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER QUANTITY DESCRIPTION 001

D-3139

1

PISTON ASSY,26-1/2T,2PC

002

A-2689

2

PISTON RING,26-1/2K:T:C:D:Z:U

003

C-2035

1

P ROD,

005

B-1249

1

PISTON NUT, JGK:T, 4"OD

006

FS0405DH

2

CUP PT.SET-SCREW,5/16-24X1-1/4

007

B-1582

1

PKG,2.0, 350,STD,BTR

008

FC0120IV

4

12 PT,3/4-10 X 5-1/2

009

A-0827

0

MALE CONN,STL,

010

PT0200CB

011

SD-3137

0

PISTON,WB,26-1/2T,CE/PC

012

SD-3138

0

PISTON,WB,26-1/2T,HE/PC

013

A-6298

0

O-RING,VT,23.140 O.D. X .070

014

FP0505GE

0

ROLL PIN,5/16 X 3/4

015

A-4745

1

WEAR BAND,26-1/2D:T:U

099

B-1582-K

0

RBLD KIT,PIST ROD PKG,2.000

099

B-1687-K

0

RBLD KIT,WIPER PKG,2.000,WAT

4.50STK/47.933LG,IC

G8

1/4T X 1/4P

40. " SS TUBING, 1/4 OD X .035 WALL

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

5/04/04 PARTS LIST B-2232-U 0.3150=A 1.3390=B 8.0450=C 0.1020=LFT REF DRWG. A-9265 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

A-2696

1

SUC VLV SEAT,190CKT

002

A-2697-A

1

SUC VLV GUARD ASSY,190CKT

003

A-2254

1

CNTR BOLT,12PT,7/16-20X2-1/4

004

A-7166

1

VLV PLT,190CT.217THK,NY

005

A-2701

1

GUIDE RING,190CKT,.358 THK

006

A-1343

21

007

A-2039

2

SPIROL PIN,.118D X .591L

010

A-2700

1

WAFER SPRING,190CKT

012

A-2167

1

VLV WASHER,7/16ID X 1"-8 THD

099

KB-2232-U

0

KIT,VLV,190CKT,NY

SPRING(.354/.276DX.630 WHITE)

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

5/04/04 PARTS LIST B-2438-CC 0.1960 =A 1.3390 =B 8.0700 =C 0.0830 =LFT REF DRWG. A-9264 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

A-2702

1

DIS VLV SEAT,190CKT

002

A-2703-A

1

DIS VLV GUARD ASSY,190CKT

003

A-2704

1

CNTR BOLT,12PT,7/16-20X1-7/8

004

A-8037

1

VLV PLT,190CT.236THK,MT

005

A-2701

1

GUIDE RING,190CKT,.358 THK

006

A-1343

42

007

A-2039

2

SPIROL PIN,.118D X .591L

010

A-2700

1

WAFER SPRING,190CKT

012

A-2167

1

VLV WASHER,7/16ID X 1"-8 THD

099

KB-2438-CC

0

KIT,VLV,190CKT,MT

SPRING(.354/.276DX.630 WHITE)

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-8147 26-1/2JGK:T:C:D CLASSES COMPANION FLANGE ASSEMBLY, DOUBLE NOZZLE, FILLET WELDED. REF. DRWG. A-10200

ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

C-2769

1

2XNOZ FLG,FW,26-1/2

002

A-10411

2

GASKET,SPIRAL WOUND,11 OD

003

FC0173CID

24

12 PT,1/2-13 X 3 X 9/16

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

G8

5/04/04 SERIAL NUMBER: PART: G-11032

ARIEL CORP. - BLACKJACK DIV. SALES ORDER COVER SHEET

C/N: 001

U-38070 DESCRIPTION: VVCP,26-1/2KCZ

GROUP NO. G-11032 26-1/2" JGK:T:C:D:Z:U UNLOADER ASSEMBLY, STAINLESS STEEL TUBING AND FITTINGS. REF. DRWG. A-3020 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

D-1419

1

UNL.HEAD,26-1/2KU

002

D-1418

1

HE UNL ADPTR,26-1/2K

003

D-1640

0

UNL PIST,26-1/2K

004

C-3719

0

UNL.STEM,KCZ,2-1/2-8 THD.

005

A-2981

1

O-RING,VT,24.375 O.D. X .210

006

A-2692

1

STL GASKET,26.938 X 26.625 X60

007

A-2990

1

UNL.PISTON RING,23-1/4 O.D.

008

C-0983

1

LOCKING HANDLE,UNL,2-1/2-8 THD

009

A-2397

1

UNL PACKING RETAINER, KCZ

010

A-2395

1

BACK-UP RING, PACKING

011

A-2400

1

COMPRESSION SPRING,UNL,3-7/16D

012

A-2399

1

V PACKING, UNL. 2-3/4 X 3-1/2

013

FC0120IT

014

A-2390

1

SELF-LOCK NUT,ESNA,TN,1-1/2-12

015

A-2392

1

SNAP RING,SS,INT,3-3/4 BORE

016

FC0110EH

2

SOC HD CAP,3/8-16 X 1-1/4

017

A-0500

1

GREASE FITTING CAP, PLASTIC

018

A-0938

1

MALE CONN,SS,

019

PZ0230BA

1

STRAIGHT GREASE FITTING,1/4-18

020

A-2394

1

BELLOWS, UNL.THREAD PROTECTOR

16

12 PT,3/4-10 X 4-1/2

G8

G8

1/4T X 1/4P

RHCOVP02

5/04/04 SALES ORDER COVER SHEET 021

A-2398

1

BACK-UP RING, BELLOWS

022

FC0134CC

4

BUT HD CAP,1/4-20 X 1/2

023

PT0201CD

024

C-0984

1

HANDLE,UNL,3 PRONG

025

A-0256

2

MACHINE SCREW PLUG,PL,

026

A-0755

1

DATA PLATE,UNLOADER SPEC

027

FR0570CC

2

DRIVE SCREW, #6 X

028

AC-3730

1

UNL PIST ASSY,26-1/2K

316SS

6. " TUBING,316 SS 1/4 OD X .065

1/4

1/2-13

U-TYPE

COMPRESSOR UNIT OPERATION & MAINTENANCE MANUAL

THE HANOVER COMPANY

CYLINDER NO. 2

5/04/04 SERIAL NUMBER:

ARIEL CORP. - BLACKJACK DIV. SALES ORDER COVER SHEET

RHCOVP02

C-62605

PART: 17-7/8K CLASS PART NUMBER

C/N: 001

DESCRIPTION: 17-7/8"JGK:T CYLINDER CLASS QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

DRAWING NO.

G-10799

1

CYL ASSY,17-7/8K:T,HES

445

A-12066

G-5558

6

SUC VLV ASSY,17-7/8KCDTZ

A-6067

G-5559

6

DIS VLV ASSY,17-7/8KCDTZ

A-6067

G-8499

1

PIST.17-7/8T,2PC,STD

A-6139

B-2704-V

6

SUC VLV,158CT ,NY

A-9265

B-2705-EE

6

DIS VLV,158CT ,MT

A-9264

G-5561

1

HE HEAD ASSY,17-7/8K:C:D:T:Z

A-8170

G-8134

1

2XNOZ FLG,FW

A-10200

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-10799 17-7/8" JGK:T CYLINDER BODY WITH HEAD END SUPPORTS. RDP 405# MAWP 455# REF. DRWG. A-12066 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

D-3693

0

CYL,17-7/8K:C:D,HES

002

D-1358

0

CE HEAD,17-7/8K CL

003

A-2838

1

O-RING,VT,17.375 O.D. X .210

004

FC0120GJ

4

12 PT,1/2-13 X 1-3/4

005

B-3549

1

GSKT,RND,22-1/2 X 1/64,18 HOLE

006

FC0120JZ

007

A-11032

2

LUBE FITTING,3/4-10X4,VERT HEX

008

FW0550ID

3

STAT-O-SEAL,VT,75DUR. 3/4 DIA

012

PT0200CB

013

A-3780

2

CHK.VLV,DOU.BALL SOFT SEAT SS

015

A-0256

1

MACHINE SCREW PLUG,PL,

016

A-0465

1

DATA PLATE,CYLINDER SPEC

017

FR0570CC

12

018

PP0810GB

6

PIPE PLUG,1/2NPT,HEX HD,STL

019

A-0640-A

2

INFO PLATE,SUCTION

020

A-0640-B

2

INFO PLATE,DISCHARGE

021

A-0827

4

MALE CONN,STL,

023

FC0103IG

1

HEX HD CAP,3/4-10 X 1

026

A-0800

2

MALE ELBOW,STL,

041

A-0831#7/8

2

TUBING CLAMP,

042

FM0400BC

2

SLTD.MACH.SCREW, #10-24 X

043

FW0500AA

2

FLAT WASHER, #8 SAE

12

445

G8

12 PT,7/8-9 X 7-1/2

G8

39. " SS TUBING, 1/4 OD X .035 WALL

DRIVE SCREW, #6 X

1/4

1/2-13 STD U-TYPE

1/4T X 1/4P G2

1/4T X 1/4P 7/8 TUBE

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

1/2

5/04/04 PARTS LIST 100

HD-3675

1

CYL ASSY,17-7/8K:T,HES

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-5558 SUCTION VALVE, RETAINER AND VALVE CAP 17-7/8" JGK:C:D:T:Z CYLINDER CLASS REF. DRWG. A-6067 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

SUCTION VALVE

0

FOR PART NO. SEE COVER SHEET

002

A-1889

1

STL GASKET, 6.986 X

003

B-1033

1

VLV RET,S&D,14:17-7/8K:C:D

004

B-2173

0

VLV CAP,17-7/8K:C:D CL

005

A-0032

1

O-RING,VT, 7.145 O.D. X .210

006

FC0171EFG

4

12 PT,5/8-11 X 2-1/4 X 3/4

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

6.783 X30

G8

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-5559 DISCHARGE VALVE, RETAINER & VALVE CAP 17-7/8" JGK:C:D:T:Z CYLINDER CLASS REF. DRWG. A-6067 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

DISCHARGE VALV

0

FOR PART NO. SEE COVER SHEET

002

A-1889

1

STL GASKET, 6.986 X

003

B-1033

1

VLV RET,S&D,14:17-7/8K:C:D

004

B-2173

0

VLV CAP,17-7/8K:C:D CL

005

A-0032

1

O-RING,VT, 7.145 O.D. X .210

006

FC0171EFG

4

12 PT,5/8-11 X 2-1/4 X 3/4

007

A-0145

2

THUMB SCREW,NYLON,1/4-20 X 3/4

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

6.783 X30

G8

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-8499 17-7/8"JGT TWO PIECE PISTON, TFE RINGS, TFE WEAR BAND, TFE/CI PACKING. 4-1/2" STROKE. REF. DRWG. A-6139 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

D-3117

1

PISTON ASSY,17-7/8T,2PC

002

A-2835

2

PISTON RING,17-7/8K:T:C:D:Z

003

C-2017

1

P ROD,

004

B-1248

1

PISTON COLLAR,JGK:T, 4"OD

005

B-1249

1

PISTON NUT, JGK:T, 4"OD

006

FS0405DH

2

CUP PT.SET-SCREW,5/16-24X1-1/4

007

B-1583

1

PKG,2.0, 650,STD,BTR

008

FC0120IW

4

12 PT,3/4-10 X 6

009

A-0827

0

MALE CONN,STL,

010

PT0200CB

011

A-4360

1

WEAR BAND,17-7/8D:T

012

SD-3115

0

PISTON,WB,17-7/8T,CE/PC

013

SD-3116

0

PISTON,WB,17-7/8T,HE/PC

014

A-6433

0

O-RING,VT,15.140 O.D. X .070

015

FP0505GE

0

ROLL PIN,5/16 X 3/4

099

B-1583-K

0

RBLD KIT,PIST ROD PKG,2.000

099

B-1687-K

0

RBLD KIT,WIPER PKG,2.000,WAT

4.50STK/47.931LG

G8 1/4T X 1/4P

21. " SS TUBING, 1/4 OD X .035 WALL

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

5/04/04 PARTS LIST B-2704-V 0.3940=A 1.4570=B 7.0010=C 0.1020=LFT REF DRWG. A-9265 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

A-4907

1

SUC VLV SEAT,158CJT

002

A-2161-A

1

SUC VLV GUARD ASSY,158CJT

003

A-2162

1

CNTR BOLT,12PT,7/16-20X2-1/2

004

A-8524

1

VLV PLT,158CT.196THK,NY

005

A-2166

1

GUIDE RING,148-179CT,.338 THK

006

A-1343

17

SPRING(.354/.276DX.630 WHITE)

007

A-2039

2

SPIROL PIN,.118D X .591L

010

A-2165

1

WAFER SPRING, 158CJT

012

A-2167

1

VLV WASHER,7/16ID X 1"-8 THD

099

KB-2704-V

0

KIT,VLV,158CT ,NY

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

5/04/04 PARTS LIST B-2705-EE 0.1960=A 1.4570=B 7.0260=C 0.1020=LFT REF DRWG. A-9264 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

A-4909

1

DIS VLV SEAT,158CJT

002

A-2169-A

1

DIS VLV GUARD ASSY,158CJT

003

A-2150

1

CNTR BOLT,12 PT, 7/16-20 X 2

004

A-9578

1

VLV PLT,158CT.197THK,MT

005

A-2166

1

GUIDE RING,148-179CT,.338 THK

006

A-1343

34

SPRING(.354/.276DX.630 WHITE)

007

A-2039

2

SPIROL PIN,.118D X .591L

010

A-2165

1

WAFER SPRING, 158CJT

012

A-2167

1

VLV WASHER,7/16ID X 1"-8 THD

099

KB-2705-EE

0

KIT,VLV,158CT ,MT

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-5561 HEAD END HEAD ASSEMBLY 17-7/8" JGK:C:D:T:Z CYLINDER REF. DRWG. A-8170 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

D-2237

1

HE HEAD,17-7/8K:C:D

002

A-2839

1

STL GASKET,18.313 X 18.000 X60

003

FC0100JQ

004

A-0256

12 1

HEX HD CAP,7/8-9 X 3-1/2 MACHINE SCREW PLUG,PL,

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

G9 1/2-13

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-8134 17-7/8,20-1/8,22 JGK:T:C:D CLASSES COMPANION FLANGE ASSEMBLY DOUBLE NOZZLE, FILLET WELDED. REF. DRWG. A-10200

ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

C-2766

1

2XNOZ FLG,FW,17-7/8=22

002

A-10411

2

GASKET,SPIRAL WOUND,11 OD

003

FC0173CID

24

12 PT,1/2-13 X 3 X 9/16

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

G8

COMPRESSOR UNIT OPERATION & MAINTENANCE MANUAL

THE HANOVER COMPANY

CYLINDER NO. 3

5/04/04 SERIAL NUMBER:

ARIEL CORP. - BLACKJACK DIV. SALES ORDER COVER SHEET

RHCOVP02

C-62606

PART: 11-1/2ET CLASS PART NUMBER

C/N: 001

DESCRIPTION: 11-1/2" ET CYLINDER CLASS QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

DRAWING NO.

G-10607

1

CYL ASSY,11ET,STD

635

G-10555

1

MTG BOLTS,11.5&13.5, H:E FRAME

N.A.

G-10612

4

SUC VLV ASSY,11-1/2ET

635

A-6267

G-10613

4

DIS VLV ASSY,11-1/2ET

635

A-6267

G-10522

1

PIST.11

B-3635-T

4

SUC VLV,137CHT,NY

A-9275

B-3634-AA

4

DIS VLV,137CHT,MT

A-9276

G-10615

1

HE HEAD ASSY,11ET

ET,2PC,STD

A-6467

A-10319

635

A-8170

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-10607 11" JGET CYLINDER BODY, ION-NITRIDED RDP 577#, MAWP 635# REF. DRWG. A-6467 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

D-3605

0

CYL,11

ET

635

002

C-3642

0

CE HEAD,11ET

003

A-0621

1

O-RING,VT,11.395 O.D. X .210

004

FC0110GH

2

SOC HD CAP,1/2-13 X 1-1/4

005

B-3515

1

GASKET,RND,16, X 1/64, 16 HOLE

006

FC0120HV

0

12 PT,5/8-11 X 5-1/2

007

A-8979

1

LUBE FITTING,3/4-10X 3 EXTN-HD

008

FW0550ID

1

STAT-O-SEAL,VT,75DUR. 3/4 DIA

009

A-0830

1

MALE CONN,STL,

1/4T X 1/8P

010

A-0815

1

MALE ELBOW,STL,

1/4T X 1/8P

011

A-0811

1

HEX RED BUSH,STL,1/4M X 1/8F

012

PT0200CB

013

A-3780

1

CHK.VLV,DOU.BALL SOFT SEAT SS

014

A-3529

1

HEX PIPE NIPPLE,STL,1/4 X 1/4

015

A-0256

1

MACHINE SCREW PLUG,PL,

016

A-0465

1

DATA PLATE,CYLINDER SPEC

017

FR0570CC

12

018

PP0810GB

6

PIPE PLUG,1/2NPT,HEX HD,STL

019

A-0640-A

2

INFO PLATE,SUCTION

020

A-0640-B

2

INFO PLATE,DISCHARGE

021

A-0827

1

MALE CONN,STL,

022

A-8976

1

STREET ELBOW,45,1/4P

G8

G8

40. " SS TUBING, 1/4 OD X .035 WALL

DRIVE SCREW, #6 X

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

1/4

1/2-13 STD U-TYPE

1/4T X 1/4P

5/04/04 PARTS LIST 100

HD-3605

1

CYL ASSY,11

ET

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-10555 MOUNTING BOLTS (12) FOR 11-1/2 OR 13-1/2 ET CYLINDER TO JGH:E GUIDE FOR JGH OR JGE FRAME. REF. DRWG. N.A. ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER QUANTITY DESCRIPTION 006

FC0120HV

12

12 PT,5/8-11 X 5-1/2

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

G8

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-10612 SUCTION VALVE, RETAINER AND CAP 11-1/2" JGET CLASS REF. DRWG. A-6267 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

SUCTION VALVE

0

FOR PART NO. SEE COVER SHEET

002

A-0622

1

STL GASKET, 5.975 X

003

B-3575

1

VLV RET,SUC,11-1/2ET

004

B-3574

0

VLV CAP,11-1/2ET

005

A-0620

1

O-RING,VT, 6.020 O.D. X .210

006

FC0171EGG

4

12 PT,5/8-11 X 2-1/2 X 3/4

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

5.705 X30

CL

G8

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-10613 DISCHARGE VALVE, RETAINER, CAP 11-1/2" JGET CLASS CYLINDER REF. DRWG. A-6267 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

DISCHARGE VALV

0

FOR PART NO. SEE COVER SHEET

002

A-0622

1

STL GASKET, 5.975 X

003

B-3576

1

VLV RET,DIS,11-1/2ET

004

B-3574

0

VLV CAP,11-1/2ET

005

A-0620

1

O-RING,VT, 6.020 O.D. X .210

006

FC0171EGG

4

12 PT,5/8-11 X 2-1/2 X 3/4

007

A-0145

2

THUMB SCREW,NYLON,1/4-20 X 3/4

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

5.705 X30

CL

G8

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-10522 11" JGET TWO PIECE PISTON, RIDER RINGS, TFE/CI PACKING REF. DRWG. A-10319 2 SHEETS ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

C-2796

1

PISTON ASSY,11

E:ET,RR,2PC

002

A-3455

3

RIDER RING,11

003

C-0604

1

P ROD,

004

B-0846

1

PISTON COLLAR,H:E:K:ET

005

B-0847

1

PISTON NUT,H:E:K:ET

006

FS0405DG

2

CUP PT.SET-SCREW,5/16-24 X 1

007

B-1583

1

PKG,2.0, 650,STD,BTR

008

FC0120IW

4

12 PT,3/4-10 X 6

009

A-0827

0

MALE CONN,STL,

010

PT0200CB

011

SC-2794

0

PISTON,RR,STD,CE/PC,11

E:ET

012

SC-2795

0

PISTON,RR,STD,HE/PC,11

E:ET

013

A-8445

0

O-RING,VT, 9.265 O.D. X .070

014

FP0505FD

0

ROLL PIN, 1/4 X 5/8

099

B-1583-K

0

RBLD KIT,PIST ROD PKG,2.000

099

B-1687-K

0

RBLD KIT,WIPER PKG,2.000,WAT

H:E:ET

4.50STK/37.698LG

G8 1/4T X 1/4P

40. " SS TUBING, 1/4 OD X .035 WALL

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

5/04/04 PARTS LIST B-3635-T 1.0790=A 0.9060=B 6.0040=C 0.0940=LFT REF DRWG. A-9275 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

A-11876

1

SUC VLV SEAT,137CHT

002

A-3126-B

1

SUC VLV GUARD ASSY,137CHT

003

A-12003

1

CNTR STUD,5/8-18

004

A-10825

1

VLV PLT,137CT.197THK,NY

005

A-3131

1

GUIDE RING,137CHT,.331 THK

006

A-1344

14

007

A-2039

2

SPIROL PIN,.118D X .591L

008

A-1369

1

LOCKNUT, DRAKE 5/8-18

009

A-1481

1

DOWEL PIN,.150D X .323L

010

A-3130

1

WAFER PLATE,137CHT

099

KB-3635-T

0

KIT,VLV,137CHT,NY

SPRING(.354/.276DX.630 GREEN)

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

5/04/04 PARTS LIST B-3634-AA 0.9450=A 0.8660=B 5.9800=C 0.0940=LFT REF DRWG. A-9276 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

A-11879-A

1

DIS VLV SEAT ASSY,137CHT

002

A-3134-B

1

DIS VLV GUARD ASSY,137CHT

003

A-12003

1

CNTR STUD,5/8-18

004

A-11881

1

VLV PLT,137CT.276THK,MT

005

A-11878

1

GUIDE RING,137CHT,.409 THK

006

A-1343

28

007

A-2039

2

SPIROL PIN,.118D X .591L

008

A-1369

1

LOCKNUT, DRAKE 5/8-18

009

A-1481

1

DOWEL PIN,.150D X .323L

010

A-3130

1

WAFER PLATE,137CHT

099

KB-3634-AA

0

KIT,VLV,137CHT,MT

SPRING(.354/.276DX.630 WHITE)

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-10615 HEAD END HEAD 11" JGET CYLINDER REF. DRWG. A-8170 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

C-3644

1

HE HEAD,11ET

002

A-0623

1

STL GASKET,11.938 X 11.625 X60

003

FC0100HM

004

A-0256

16 1

HEX HD CAP,5/8-11 X 2-1/2 MACHINE SCREW PLUG,PL,

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

G9

1/2-13

COMPRESSOR UNIT OPERATION & MAINTENANCE MANUAL

THE HANOVER COMPANY

CYLINDER NO. 4

5/04/04 SERIAL NUMBER: PART: 6-3/8ET CLASS PART NUMBER

ARIEL CORP. - BLACKJACK DIV. SALES ORDER COVER SHEET

C/N: 001

RHCOVP02

C-62607 DESCRIPTION: 6-3/8" ET CYLINDER CLASS QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

DRAWING NO.

G-10609

1

CYL ASSY, 6-3/8ET,STD

1270

A-4370

G-10553

1

CYL MTG BOLTS, H:E FRAME

(12)

N.A.

G-1028

4

SUC VLV ASSY, 6-3/8E,RHRJ-CE

D-0420

G-0621

4

DIS VLV ASSY6-3/8RHERJ,RHRJ-CE

D-0421

G-10516

1

PIST. 6-3/8ET,STD

A-4866

B-3180-BB

4

SUC VLV, 70CRO,MT

A-9278

B-3057-DD

4

DIS VLV, 70CRO,MT

A-9279

G-1351

1

HE HEAD ASSY, 6-3/8R:RJ:H:E-HP

A-8170

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-10609 6-3/8" JGET CYLINDER BODY RDP 1155#, MAWP 1270# REF. DRWG. A-4370

ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

D-3577

0

CYL, 6-3/8ET

002

C-0597

0

CE HEAD, 6-3/8H:E:ET CL

003

A-0604

1

STL GASKET, 6.813 X

004

FC0101IP

005

B-3515

1

GASKET,RND,16, X 1/64, 16 HOLE

006

FC0120HT

0

12 PT, 5/8-11 X 4-1/2

008

FW0550ID

1

STAT-O-SEAL,VT,75DUR. 3/4 DIA

009

A-0830

1

MALE CONN,STL,

012

PT0200CB

013

A-3780

1

CHK.VLV,DOU.BALL SOFT SEAT SS

016

A-0465

1

DATA PLATE,CYLINDER SPEC

017

FR0570CC

12

018

PP0810GB

6

PIPE PLUG,1/2NPT,HEX HD,STL

019

A-0640-A

2

INFO PLATE,SUCTION

020

A-0640-B

2

INFO PLATE,DISCHARGE

021

A-0827

2

MALE CONN,STL,

023

A-2074

1

LUBE FITTING, 3/4-10 X 4

025

A-2114

1

HEX PIPE NIPPLE,STL,1/4 X 1/8

033

A-3989

1

STREET ELBOW,45,1/8P

100

HD-3577

1

CYL ASSY, 6-3/8ET

10

HEX HD CAP,3/4-10

1270

6.500 X60 X 3-1/4

G8

G8

1/4T X 1/8P

30 " SS TUBING, 1/4 OD X .035 WALL

DRIVE SCREW, #6 X

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

1/4

STD U-TYPE

1/4T X 1/4P

STL

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-10553 MOUNTING BOLTS (12) FOR ET CYLINDER TO JGH:E GUIDE FOR JGH OR JGE FRAME. REF. DRWG. N.A. ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER 006

FC0120HT

QUANTITY 12

DESCRIPTION 12 PT, 5/8-11 X 4-1/2

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

G8

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-1028 SUCTION VALVE RETAINER AND CAP 6-3/8" JGR, JGH, JGE & RJ CLASS REF. DRWG. D-0420 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

SUCTION VALVE

0

FOR PART NO. SEE COVER SHEET

002

A-0603

1

STL GASKET, 3.220 X

003

B-0884

1

VLV RET,SUC, 6-3/8R:H:E:RJ:ET

004

B-0462

0

VLV CAP, 6-3/8R:RJ:H:E:ET CL

005

A-0038

1

O-RING,VT, 3.270 O.D. X .210

006

FC0171EGG

3

12 PT,5/8-11 X 2-1/2 X 3/4

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

3.024 X30

G8

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-0621 DISCHARGE VALVE, RETAINER AND CAP 6-3/8"JGR,JGRJ,JGH,JGE CLASS CYLINDER REF. DRWG. D-0421 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

DISCHARGE VALV

0

FOR PART NO. SEE COVER SHEET

002

A-0603

1

STL GASKET, 3.220 X

003

B-0460

1

VLV RET,DIS, 6-3/8R:H:E:RJ:ET

004

B-0462

0

VLV CAP, 6-3/8R:RJ:H:E:ET CL

005

A-0038

1

O-RING,VT, 3.270 O.D. X .210

006

FC0171EGG

3

12 PT,5/8-11 X 2-1/2 X 3/4

007

A-0145

2

THUMB SCREW,NYLON,1/4-20 X 3/4

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

3.024 X30

G8

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-10516 6-3/8"JGET PISTON, PISTON/RIDER RINGS, TFE/CI PACKING. 4-1/2" STROKE REF. DRWG. A-4866 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

C-0819

1

COMP PISTON,RR,

6-3/8H:E:ET

002

A-3445

4

RIDER RING, 6-3/8R:H:E:ET

003

C-0603

1

P ROD,

004

B-0846

1

PISTON COLLAR,H:E:K:ET

005

B-0847

1

PISTON NUT,H:E:K:ET

006

FS0405DG

2

CUP PT.SET-SCREW,5/16-24 X 1

007

B-3084

1

PKG,2.0,2000,STD,BTR

008

FC0120IR

4

12 PT,3/4-10 X 3-3/4

009

A-0827

0

MALE CONN,STL,

010

PT0200CB

099

B-1584-K

0

RBLD KIT,PIST ROD PKG,2.000

099

B-1687-K

0

RBLD KIT,WIPER PKG,2.000,WAT

4.50STK/33.952LG

G8

1/4T X 1/4P

30. " SS TUBING, 1/4 OD X .035 WALL

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

5/04/04 PARTS LIST B-3180-BB 0.6140=A 0.5120=B 3.2500=C 0.0790=LFT REF DRWG A-9278 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

A-10604

1

SUC VLV SEAT, 70CRO

002

A-10605-A

1

SUC VLV GUARD ASSY, 70CRO

003

A-2669

1

CNTR STUD,3/8-24

004

A-9185

1

VLV PLT, 70CRO.157THK,MT

005

A-11016

1

GUIDE RING,70RX,.236 THK

006

A-8908

9

SPRING(.197DX.413 RED)

007

A-1023

1

SPIROL PIN,.091D X .433L

008

A-1367

1

LOCKNUT, DRAKE 3/8-24

009

A-2066

1

DOWEL PIN,.094D X .125L

099

KB-3180-BB

0

KIT,VLV, 70CRO,MT

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

5/04/04 PARTS LIST B-3057-DD 0.6140=A 0.3940=B 3.2250=C 0.0630=LFT REF DRWG. A-9279 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

A-10606-A

1

DIS VLV SEAT ASSY, 70CRO

002

A-10607-A

1

DIS VLV GUARD ASSY, 70CRO

003

A-2676

1

CNTR STUD,3/8-24

004

A-9185

1

VLV PLT, 70CRO.157THK,MT

005

A-5835

1

GUIDE RING,70RX,.220 THK

006

A-8897

9

SPRING(.197DX.413 WHITE)

007

A-1023

1

SPIROL PIN,.091D X .433L

008

A-1367

1

LOCKNUT, DRAKE 3/8-24

009

A-2066

1

DOWEL PIN,.094D X .125L

099

KB-3057-DD

0

KIT,VLV, 70CRO,MT

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

5/04/04 PARTS LIST GROUP NO. G-1351 HEAD END HEAD 6-3/8" JGR, JGH, JGE & RJ CYLINDER REF. DRWG. A-8170 ITEM NUMBER PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

DESCRIPTION

001

C-0738

1

HE HEAD, 6-3/8R:H:E:RJ:ET

002

A-0604

1

STL GASKET, 6.813 X

003

FC0100IO

10

HEX HD CAP,3/4-10 X 3

WHEN A ZERO APPEARS IN THE QUANTITY COLUMN IT DOES NOT REPRESENT THE QUANTITY REQUIRED.

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COMPRESSOR UNIT OPERATION & MAINTENANCE MANUAL

THE HANOVER COMPANY

ARIEL TECHNICAL MANUAL

COMPRESSOR UNIT OPERATION & MAINTENANCE MANUAL

THE HANOVER COMPANY

ARIEL CORPORATION PACKAGERS STANDARDS INFORMATION

Reciprocating Packager's Standards

Section 1.0 - Introduction

Note: This Packager's Standards edition is based on the current design, build and practices. These standards may not be applicable to previously built equipment and are subject to change without notice. Appendicies to these standards are not controlled copies. Contact Ariel for the latest revisions.

1.1

It is the packager's responsibility to evaluate the user's application and to provide a system design and process guarantee that ensures the compressors used arecompatible with the service.

1.2

Resale of frames and cylinders shall be under the conditions specified in a signed and executed Ariel Corporation Distributor Agreement. Resale of frames and cylinders by all other parties is strictly forbidden.

1.3

Packager is defined as any party incorporating an Ariel product in the manufacture and/or assembly for an end user. This includes, but is not limited to Authorized Ariel Distributors, Rental Fleet Operators, Compressed Natural Gas/Original Equipment Manufacturer (CNG/OEM), and Special Fabricators.

1.4

All conditions of sale of any product or service by Ariel Corporatioin shall be covered by Ariel Corporation Terms and Conditions of Sale.

1.5

The reputation of a compressor package is shared by the packager, the compressor manufacturer, and the driver manufacturer, not always in equal proportions. A successful package blends precision component selection, fabrication, sales and service. It is Ariel's intent to lead the industry in performance as well as reputation. Ariel and the compressor packager must work together to meet this expectation. This standard is intended as a minimum requirement for packaging quality; however, the packager is encouraged to exceed this standard in providing only the finest quality packages for the end user. In this context, Ariel introduces these standards. If end user specification does not meet or exceed this standard, please contact

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Section 1.0 - Introduction Ariel's Techinical Field Service. 1.6

Ariel Contact Information: Ariel Corporation 35 Blackjack Rd., Mount Vernon, OH 43050 USA

ARIEL TELEPHONE, FAX, EMAIL AND WEB SITE NUMBERS CONTACT Ariel Response Center Spare Parts Order Entry Ariel World Headquarters Technical Field Service

TELEPHONE 888-397-7766 (toll free USA & Canada) or 740-397-3602 (International)

FAX 740-397-1060 740-393-5054 740-397-6450

740-397-0311

740-397-3856

EMAIL [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected]

Web site: www.arielcorp.com



Ariel Response Center Technicians or Switchboard Operators will answer telephones during Ariel business hours, Eastern Time – USA or after hours by voice mail.



The after hours Telephone Emergency System works as follows:

1

1. Follow automated instructions to Field Service Emergency Technical Assistance or Spare Parts Emergency Service. 2. Calls are answered by voice mail. 3. Leave message: caller's name, telephone number, serial number of equipment in question (frame, cylinder, unloader) and brief description of emergency. 4. Your voice mail message is routed to an on-call representative, who will respond as soon as possible. •

Users must order all parts through Authorized Distributors.

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Section 5.0 - Coupling, Drive System and Driver Power Rating 5.1

5.2

Driver Power Ratings 5.1.1

For electric motor-driven units, the motor nameplate power rating, exclusive of service factor, shall be a minimum of 110% of the greatest power required for any operating condition including, but not limited to, off-design conditions, and peak loading.

5.1.2

Internal combustion engine rated power should be sized for the greatest power required for any of the compressor operating conditions plus accessory power, for the specific location, without exceeding the engine manufacturer's standard published rating criteria for continuous duty service. The engine manufacturer's continuous duty service is defined as the load and speed which can be applied without interruption after taking into consideration site conditions of altitude, temperature, and fuel gas composition.

Coupling and Drive System 5.2.1

The maximum coupling size for each Ariel compressor frame model has been predetermined. The crankshaft stub shaft length shown on the outline drawing matches a standard industry coupling size. A coupling hub that does not completely cover the compressor stub shaft length should not be used unless the design is thoroughly checked by torsional and stresses analysis.

5.2.2

All direct drive units (engine or motor) shall use a torsionally rigid, flexible disc coupling similar to the Thomas or Formsprag types unless thoroughly checked by torsional analysis.

5.2.3

It is the packager's responsibility to determine the appropriate interference fit between the coupling hub and the compressor shaft to transmit torque at all operating conditions. The torque load is considered a "heavy" or "heavy alternating" load.

5.2.4

Compressors driven by variable speed electric motors should be torsiographed onsite through their design speed ranges and anticipated cylinder unloading schedules as soon after start-up as possible to confirm the results of the theoretical analysis.

5.2.5

To ensure parallel and angular drive train alignment, the connected equipment so that the total indicator reading (TIR) is as close to zero as possible, not to exceed 0.005 inches (0.13 mm) on the Face and Outside Diameter. The coupling must be centered between the driver and compressor, and must not thrust or force the crankshaft against either thrust face. Couplings, which grow and shrink axially, must not be used.

5.2.6

1

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Torsional Analysis 5.3.1

It is the responsibility of the packager to provide a system to the end user that has been properly engineered, and is free of any possible torsional concerns.

5.3.2

A torsional analysis is required and shall be conducted by or on behalf of the Packager for all unproven drive components, such as: • • • • • •

5.3.3

Electric motors with rotor shafts smaller than the compressor crankshaft drive stub diameter. Steam or gas turbines. Gearboxes. Engines or motors not previously coupled to a specific compressor frame. High torque reversals. Variable speed electric motor drives.

A torsional analysis should consist of the following: 5.3.3.1 A comprehensive report, including an executive summary, introduction and purpose, limitations of analysis, reference documents, results of computations, discussion, conclusions, and appendices (tables, figures, and other data), should be delivered. 5.3.3.2 A complete dynamic model of the electric motor shaft, coupling, and compressor should be formulated in terms of lumped inertia and massless springs. Normal engineering practice and judgement should be used to determine the flexibility of the motor shaft from the information provided by the manufacturer. This data should be part of an appendix to the report. 5.3.3.3 Significant natural frequencies of torsional vibration should be computed, along with their modal deflected shapes. A speed-frequency interference diagram should be drawn. 5.3.3.4 The governing torque-effort curves should be identified from the expected compression services. The harmonic content of each curve should be specified in terms of Fourier Coefficients. Curves should be rank-ordered for excitation potential. 5.3.3.5 Written judgement should be made as to the acceptability of natural frequency placements relative to their potentials for excitation.

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Section 5.0 - Coupling, Drive System and Driver Power Rating 5.3.3.6 If required, a forced, damped dynamic model should be assembled. This model should include estimates of damping at various locations in the motor and compressor. 5.3.3.7 The appropriate excitations of all governing torque curves should be applied to the model. 5.3.3.8 From the above activities, dynamic deflections, torques, and shear stresses should be determined for the entire dynamic model. 5.3.3.9 A fatigue analysis of Ariel's compressor crankshaft should be performed with an industry-recognized method utilizing a modified Goodman Diagram. 5.3.3.10 A fatigue analysis of the major portion of the electric motor shaft should be performed with an industry-recognized method utilizing a modified Goodman Diagram. 5.3.3.11 Auxiliary End Torsional Amplitude Limits 5.3.3.11.1 The curve included (see Figure 1: Torsional Amplitude Limit Compressor Auxiliary End) was derived from field experience and should be used to determine accept levels of deviation for the auxiliary end of the compressor. The amplitude limits apply to the auxiliary end of the compressor only to protect auxiliary end driven equipment such as lube oil pumps and lubricator boxes. 1

Most of the data used to generate this curve is from JGC/JGD compressors with twin disk couplings and single chain systems. Other applications (such as different compressor frame size, gearboxes, different type coupling, two chain systems, etc.), may require investigation to determine if the curve limit is applicable. 5.3.4

A field torsiograph should be performed at start up of the equipment to confirm the analysis.

5.3.5

Ariel will not perform torsional analyses. It is the packager's responsibility to have this work done if necessary. Ariel will provide the necessary information at no additional charge. Ariel Application Engineering can provide a listing of firms that we are familiar with, but there is no restriction to only these companies.

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Electric Motors 5.4.1

The packager should make the motor manufacturers aware that the torque of a reciprocating gas compressor varies considerably in one revolution. An Ariel compressor is not a constant-load (uniform torque) device, even if it is driven at a constant speed. In severe service, the peak torque value can be ±75% of the mean, repeating as often as three times per revolution. Torque peaks and torque reversals can cause fatigue failure of the motor shaft, especially if there is a keyway. Electric motor shaft strength should be suitable in strength for all operating conditions of intended service. Ariel's larger compressors require robust motors with large diameter, keyless shafts for long life and successful performance.

5.4.2

Electric motor manufacturers must account for dynamic (alternating) torques generated by the driven equipment as well as the mean torque when designing the motor rotating assembly.

5.4.3

The motor stub shaft must be long enough to be fully inserted in the appropriate coupling hub, ensuring complete contact, but only as long as necessary to accomplish complete contact.

5.4.4

The motor shaft diameter should be equal to or greater than the compressor drive stub diameter. If the compressor drive stub is keyless, an equivalent diameter keyed motor shaft diameter may not be sufficient.

5.4.5

Two bearing motor-coupling-compressor drive trains should be analyzed mathematically to ensure there would be no dangerous vibratory stresses and that current pulsation will not exceed motor or switch gear limits. It is not adequate to simply specify a frame size that is known to have been satisfactory before. Rotor inertia and rotor shaft strength and stiffness must be proven equal to a previous satisfactory installation before a torsional analysis can be omitted.

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Torsional Amplitude Limit 1.00 0.90 0.80

0.60 0.50 0.40 0.30 0.20

200

175

150

125

100

75

50

0.00

25

0.10

0

1

Amplitude (Deg 0-P)

0.70

Frequency (Hz)

Figure 1: Torsional Amplitude Limit - Compressor Auxiliary End

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Section 6.0 Lubrication 6.1

Lubrication Functions - Lubrication performs at least six functions in a compressor. 6.1.1 Reduce friction - decreasing friction decreases energy requirement and heat buildup. 6.1.2 Reduce wear - decreasing wear increases equipment life expectancy and decreases maintenance costs. 6.1.3 Cools rubbing surfaces - cooling of rubbing parts maintains working tolerances, extends oil life, and removes heat from the system. 6.1.4 Prevent corrosion - minimization of surface corrosion decreases friction, heat, and component wear. Generally provided by additives rather than the base lubricant. 6.1.5 Seal and reduce contaminant buildup - improves gas seal on piston rings and packing rings, and flushes away contaminants from moving parts. 6.1.6 Dampen shock - shock loads are cushioned, thereby reducing vibration and noise, and increasing component life.

6.2

Lubrication is vital for successful operation of a compressor and deserves special attention in the package design. 6.2.1 Oil Cooler - All compressors must have an oil cooler. Maximum allowable oil temperature into the compressor frame is 190°F (88°C). The packager is responsible for sizing a proper oil cooler. Operating conditions, which must be taken into account are; the cooling medium, cooling medium temperature, cooling medium flow rate, lube oil temperature, and lube oil flow rate. Oil heat rejection data for each frame is shown in the Application DataBook. The cooler should be mounted as close to the compressor as possible, with piping of adequate size to minimize pressure drop of both the lubricating oil and the cooling medium. 6.1.1.1 Oil Temperature Control Valve - For proper operation of the recommended thermostatic valve, provided as an option by Ariel, the maximum differential pressure between the hot oil supply line and the cooled oil return line is 10 psi (0.7 bar).

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Section 6.0 Lubrication 6.1.1.2 Mixing Mode - Ariel recommends installation of the thermostatic valve in the mixing mode. Please refer to Ariel schematic C1101. 6.2.2

Cold Starting - If a compressor is exposed to cold ambient temperatures, the oil system must be designed so the unit may be safely started with adequate oil flow to the main bearings. Temperature controlled cooler bypass valves, oil heaters, cooler louvers and even buildings may be needed to ensure successful operation. Cold weather installations may use multi-viscosity oils in the compressor frame if the oil supplier can certify that the oil is shear stable. The viscosity of shear stable oil does not degrade through use. Multi-viscosity oils are subject to a shorter oil life than single grade oils by 30% to 50%.

6.2.3

Compressor Prelube Pump - All electric motor driven compressors, all unattended start compressors with any type of driver and all JGB, JGV compressors must have an electric or pneumatic driven prelube pump to ensure oil flow prior to startup. A start permissive for these applications is to be used to disable the startup sequence if oil pressure is below 10 psig (0.7 Barg). Prelube pumps should be sized at 30 psig (2.0 Barg) and a flow rate equal to one-half the flow rate of the compressor frame lube oil pump. An automatic compressor prelube cycle is strongly recommended for all compressors to extend bearing life.

6.3 Liquid lubricants commonly used in compressors include petroleum based oils and synthetic fluids. Lubricant additives are used to improve the viscosity index, inhibit oxidation, depress the lubricant pour point, inhibit rust formation, improve detergency, provide anti-wear protection, provide extreme pressure protection, improve "lubricity", decrease effects of gas dilution, increase "wetability", and resist "washing" of the lubricant due to water, wet or saturated gas, or dilutent properties of the gas stream. •

Viscosity Index is a measure of the ability of oil to resist the thinning effect caused by increasing the oil temperature.



Lubricity is the "slipperiness" or ability of a lubricant to decrease friction.



Wetability is a measure of the ability of the lubricant to adhere to metal surfaces. An increase in wetability increases the lubricants' resistance to "washing" effects.

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Section 6.0 Lubrication 6.3.1 Petroleum-Based Oils - also referred to as mineral oils: 6.3.1.1

Paraffinic - higher wax content, better resistance to thinning at higher operating temperatures than napthenic.

6.3.1.2

Napthenic - (as compared to paraffinic) lower wax content, better flowability at low temperatures for cold startups, lower resistance to thinning at higher operating temperatures, better solvency, lower life/oxidation stability. Napthenic oils leave softer carbon deposits/residues on discharge valves, etc.

6.3.2 Compounded Cylinder Oil Additives - Cylinder oils are specially compounded lubricants designed for use in steam cylinders and/or compressor cylinders. Compounded lubricants can be petroleum or synthetic base. Additives can be animal, vegetable, or synthetic base. These lubricants are formulated to enhance oil film strength to counter the affects of water, wet gases, solvents, etc., present in the gas. 6.3.3 Animal Fats - generally acidless tallow used as a compounding additive to petroleum lubricants to improve "slipperiness" at higher pressures and resist dilution in wet or saturated gases. May solidify at low and high temperatures. Oils with these additives should not be used in the compressor frame. 6.3.4 Vegetable Oils - rapeseed oil as an example. Used as a compounding additive in petroleum lubricants to improve "slipperiness" at higher pressures and resist dilution in wet or saturated gases. These additives are not high temperature oxidation stable and therefore additive life decreases rapidly above 170°F (77°C). Oils with these additives should not be used in the compressor frame. 6.3.5 Synthetic Lubricants - Man-made materials with more consistent, controlled chemical structures than petroleum lubricants. This improves predictability of viscosity and thermal stability. NOTE: These lubricants may or may not be applicable for use in the compressor frame. Check with the lubricant supplier before using these lubricants in the compressor frame.

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Section 6.0 Lubrication Synthetic lubricants can be designed with better oxidation resistance, better lubricity, better film strength, natural detergency, lower volatility, and results in decreased operating temperatures. These attributes can help to decrease cylinder feed rate requirements. Justification for the use of synthetic lubricants is based on energy savings, reduced lubricant usage, increased component life, decreased equipment downtime, and reduced maintenance/labor. 6.3.5.1 • • • 6.3.5.2 • • • 6.3.5.3 • • • • • • • 6.4

Synthesized Hydrocarbons - Polyalphaolefins (PAO) can be used as compressor lubricants. Compatible with mineral oils Requires additives to improve detergent action and improve seal compatibility Soluble in some gases. Verify application with lubricant supplier Organic Esters - Diesters and polyolesters. Compatible with mineral oils Incompatible with some rubbers (O-rings), plastics, and paints; compatible with Viton Primarily used in air compressors Polyglycols - Polyalkylene glycols (PAG), polyethers, polygylcolethers, and polyalkylene glycol ethers. Not compatible with mineral oils, some plastics and paints Requires complete system flush when changing to or from polyglycols Compatible with Viton and HNBR Resistant to hydrocarbon gas dilution; excellent wetability Can be water soluble - must verify application with lubricant supplier Poor inherent oxidation stability and corrosion protection requires additives Not recommended for air compressors

Compressor Frame Lubricants 6.4.1 Ariel recommends, for use in the compressor frame, a good quality mineral oil which provides proper lubrication and heat removal, as well as oxidation inhibition, rust and corrosion inhibition, and anti-wear properties.

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Minimum Oil Viscosity - The minimum viscosity at operating temperature is 60 SUS (10 cSt).

6.4.1.2

Pipeline Quality Gas - For clean, dry, pipeline quality gas, the oil used in the natural gas fueled engine should be satisfactory. SAE 40 weight (ISO 150 grade) oil is recommended for normal operation.

6.4.1.3

Ash Level - Low ash or no ash oils are recommended as high ash oils can increase maintenance requirements.

6.4.1.4

Oil Additives - Additives must not be corrosive to lead or copper based bearing materials.

6.4.1.5

Oil Pump Pressures - The compressor frame driven lube oil pumps maintain oil pressure with a spring loaded regulating valve within the pump head. Lube system pressure can be raised or lowered by adjusting this valve. Normal pressure on the discharge side of the lube oil filter is factory set for 60 psig (4.1 Barg). If the lube oil pressure drops below 50 psig (3.4 Barg), the cause should be found. A low lube oil pressure shutdown, set at 35 psig (2.4 Barg), is required for protection of the compressor.

6.4.1.6

Cold Start-up Viscosity - The maximum viscosity of the lube oil for cold ambient temperature starting is 15,000 SUS (3300 cSt), typically 40°F (4°C) for SAE 30 weight (ISO 100 grade) oil, or 55°F(13°C) for SAE 40 weight (ISO 150 grade) oil.

6.4.1.7

Minimum Oil Temperature -The minimum lube oil operating temperature is 150°F (66°C). This is the minimum temperature required to drive off water vapor.

6.4.1.8

Oil Heating - When frame lube oil immersion heaters are used, the watt density of the heater element should not exceed 8 watts per square inch (1.2 W/ cm2) for systems without circulating pumps. Oil coking will occur at the element with higher wattage heaters if a circulating pump is not used. When high wattage heaters are required, the heaters must be interlocked with an oil circulation pump to ensure that coking of the oil will not occur. Coked oil will form deposits, which can "insulate" the system and decrease heat removal. The deposits can also break loose and act as abrasives in the lubricating system.

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Oil Filtration -The JGC/4, JGD/4, JGE/6, JGK/6, JGT/6, JGB/4, JGB/6, JGV/4, JGV/6, JGC/6, and JGD/6 compressors are equipped with simplex, cartridge style pleated synthetic type filters as standard. All other Ariel frames are equipped with simplex, spin-on resinimpregnated type filters as standard. Pressure gauges are provided for monitoring pressure drop across the filter.

6.4.1.10 Oil Maintenance - Compressor frame lubricating oil should be changed at regular maintenance intervals (6 months or 4,000 hours), or with a filter change when oil filter differential pressure exceed 10 psi (0.7 Bar) for spin-on filters (15 psi for cartridge type filters) or when oil sample results indicate the need. A more frequent oil change interval may be required if operating in an extremely dirty environment or if the oil supplier recommends it. 6.4.1.11 Oil Sampling - Oil sampling should be performed on a regular basis to verify suitability of oil for continued service. Degradation to the next lower viscosity grade below the original viscosity or an increase in viscosity to the next higher grade requires a complete oil change. Viscosity testing should be performed at 212°F (100°C). 6.5

Cylinder and Rod Packing Lubrication Requirements 6.5.1 Oil Dilution - Cylinder lubrication requirements will vary with the operating conditions and the composition of the gas to be compressed. Careful consideration must be given to proper cylinder lubrication selection. The degree of cylinder oil lubrication dilution/saturation by the process gas stream is influenced by the following factors: • • • •

Process gas composition/Specific Gravity (SG) – usually the higher the SG, the greater the oil dilution. Discharge gas pressure – the higher the pressure, the greater the oil dilution. Discharge gas temperature – The higher the cylinder discharge temperature, the less the oil dilution. Lubricant selection – some types of oil are more prone to dilution than others.

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Section 6.0 Lubrication operating conditions. Lubricating oil type will also vary with the composition of the gas, which is to be compressed. 6.5.1.1

Divider Valves Distribution Block

Common Oil Supply – Process gas composition and cylinder operating conditions allow compressor frame lubricating oil to be used for cylinder and packing lubrication.

Pressure Gauge DNFT – Digital No-Flow Timer Shutdown Switch

Single Ball Check Valve

Sintered Bronze Filter

To Cylinders & Packings Blow-Out Disc Top Cylinder Injection Point

Packing Injection Point Force Feed Lubricator Pump

Drain to Crankcase

Bottom Cylinder Injection Point

6.5.1.2

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Double Ball Check Valve

Compressor Frame –Oil Gallery

Single Ball Check Valve

Independent Oil Supply – Process gas composition and cylinder operating conditions require an independent cylinder oil supply. Lubricator oil is supplied under pressure from an elevated tank. It is the packager’s responsibility to ensure that the compressor frame oil is not contaminated, by eliminating the force feed lubricator box’s over flow back into the frame crankcase. This over flow tubing must be disconnected from the compressor frame and directed to an appropriate drain system.

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Oil Supply Tank NOTE: The system must be designed to provide positive pressure to the force feed lubricator pump.

Oil Filter

Sintered Bronze Filter

Pressure Gauge

DNFT _ Digital No – Flow Timer Shutdown Switch

Pump Suction 1/4 Inch NFT (Female) Customer Connection

Blow – Out Disc

Force Feed Lubricator Pump

To Appropriate Drain: 1/4 Inch NPT (Female) Customer Connection Do Not Drain to Crankcase

Divider Valves – Distribution Block

6.5.1.3

Independent Force Feed Lubricator Systems - These systems require an oil supply with a viscosity below 5000 SUS (1100 cSt) at the lubricator pump inlet. Measures which may be necessary to make sure that the force feed pump is filled with oil during the suction stroke include; appropriate pipe and fitting size from the tank to the force feed pump, heating the oil, and pressurizing the supply tank. An in-line oil filter or fine screen is required between the supply tank and the force feed lubricator pumps. Recommended filtration is 20 micron nominal.

6.5.1.4

Inadequate - (under) lubrication results in a "mini-lube" condition. This condition results in extremely rapid breakdown of Teflon and PEEK piston and packing ring materials. Black, gummy deposits, which can be found in the distance piece,

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Section 6.0 Lubrication packing case, cylinder and valves are indicators of under lubrication. 6.5.1.5

Excessive - (over) lubrication can result in excessive oil carryover into the gas stream, and increased quantities of deposits in the valves and gas passages. Valve plate breakage and packing failure are also symptoms of over lubrication. The packing case will "hydraulic", which forces the packing rings to lift off of the rod enough to form a leak path. Increased gas leakage then results in packing and rod overheating. A rod and packing case can turn blue even though the lubrication appears sufficient.

6.5.1.6

Inlet Debris Screens - Even when the proper rate and lubricating medium are in use, dirt and foreign matter in the gas will prevent the lubricant from performing properly. Inlet gas debris screens with a maximum 50-micron mesh opening are recommended. Proper maintenance of the inlet screens is required.

6.5.1.7

Lubrication Paper Test Method - To check cylinders for the proper lubrication rates, the cigarette paper test method can provide a practical indication. Relieve and vent all pressure from all cylinders. Remove a head end suction valve and position piston at inner center, for the cylinder to be checked. "Lock out" so that crankshaft can not be accidentally turned; see Ariel Technical Manual and Packager's Operation Manual for details. Use two layers of regular unwaxed commercial cigarette papers, together. Wipe the cylinder bore at top with both papers using light pressure in circumferential motion through about 20°. The paper next to the bore should be stained (wetted with oil), but the second paper should not be soaked through. Repeat the test at both sides of the bore at about 90° from the top, using two new clean papers for each side. When the paper next to the bore is not stained through, it may be an indication of under lubrication. When both papers are stained through, it may be an indication of over lubrication. In either case it is normally recommended that the lubrication rate be changed accordingly and that all cigarette paper tests be repeated until passed. Repeat for all cylinders. If a reduction or increase of the lubrication rate is indicated for a cylinder, change in 5% increments by adjusting cycle time at the force feed lube pump as discussed in the Ariel Technical Manual, Section 3. Repeat oil

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Section 6.0 Lubrication film testing for the cylinders affected, after 24 hours of operation. NOTE: the cigarette paper test only gives an indication of oil film quantity. It does not give an indication of viscosity quality. Oils diluted with water, hydrocarbons or other constituents may produce what appears to be an adequate film. But the oil film may not have the required load-carrying capability due to the dilution. 6.5.6

Inadequate Lubrication Symptoms - When observed symptoms indicate lack of lubrication, first verify that the force feed lubricator pumps are operating properly. Confirm that the distribution block cycle time matches the lube sheet or lubrication box information plate provided by Ariel, and double check that all tubing and fittings are tight and no leaks are present. Do not overlook the fittings inside the cylinder gas passages. Lubricator Cycle Time - The lubricant flow rates (measured in second per cycle) are generally so low that all of the required flow to a lube point may be observed as a drip at a fitting. The break-in and normal lube timing rates which are stamped on the lubricator box information plate are calculated according to the Ariel Lube Specifications to match the gas operating conditions as supplied to Ariel with the compressor order. The lube sheets, supplied in the Ariel parts Book state gas conditions and list the base rate multiplier at each lube point. If gas conditions were not supplied, the rates are for clean, dry, 0.65 specific gravity, sweet gas at rated speed and discharge pressures. If the compressor operating conditions change (such as gas properties, gas pressures, temperatures or flow requirements or cylinder reconfiguration) the lubrication rates must be recalculated and hardware changes may be necessary to the forcefeed lubrication system. Consult the following Table and your Packager or Ariel.

6.5.7 Cycle Time Indication - To set the proper force-feed lubricator pump flow rate, the cycle time indicator on the distribution block is to be observed. To determine cycle time, time the cycle from flash to flash for a digital no-flow timer switch (DNFT); or time the cycle from initial movement of the indicator pin at the fully retracted position, to the time when the pin returns to the fully retracted position and begins to move back out again for a magnetic cycle indicator assembly.

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Section 6.0 Lubrication rate. The pumps can become inconsistent when set too low. Break-in Rate - The force feed lubrication pumps should be capable of delivering a minimum of 150% of the "normal" required lube rate for the break in period (set as close as possible to twice the "normal" rate for 200 hours). Please contact Ariel for assistance if the existing pump is not capable of the minimum flow rate required. 6.5.8 Used Engine Oil - Used engine oil may be used as long as the new oil specifications meet the listed requirements, and the oil is appropriately filtered (i.e. 20 micron nominal). Oil viscosity must be monitored and tested to section 6.4.1.11 (oil sampling) for serviceability. 6.5.9 Liquids in Gas - The use of higher viscosity lubricants or specially compounded lubricants can compensate somewhat for the presence of liquids in the gas stream. When there are liquids present in the gas, the most effective lubrication of cylinders and packing requires removal of the liquids before the gas enters the compressor. 6.5.9.1

These lubrication recommendations are general guidelines. If the recommended lubricants or flow rates do not appear to work adequately, flow rates and/or lubricant types may need to be changed. Please contact the lubricant supplier for specific lubricant recommendations.

6.5.9.2

Warranty of component failures, which occur while using lubricants, which do not meet these specifications, will be subject to review on a case-by-case basis.

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Section 6.0 Lubrication Cylinder/Packing Lube Oil Recommendations for Various Gas Stream Components Cylinder Discharge Pressure Gas Stream

<1000 psig <(70 Barg)

1000 to 2000 psig (70 to 140 Barg)

Pipeline Quality Natural Gas Including CNG (dry)

SAE 40 wt. ISO 150 Base rate or Various synthetics Base rate

SAE 40 - 50 wt. ISO 150 - 220 1.25 x Base rate or Various synthetics Base rate

Natural Gas with water and/or heavy hydrocarbons ** Methane <90% Propane >8% SG >0.7

SAE 40 - 50 wt. ISO 150 - 220 1.25 x Base rate or Various synthetics Base rate

Natural Gas with water and Carbon Dioxide >2% to 10%

Natural Gas with water and Carbon Dioxide >10%

Natural Gas with water and H2S >2% to 30%

Natural Gas with water and H2S > 30%

SAE 40 - 50 wt. ISO 150 - 220 1.25 x Base rate or Various synthetics Base rate SAE 40 - 50 wt. ISO 150 - 220 1.5 x Base rate or Various synthetics 1.25 x Base rate SAE 40 wt. ISO 150 with compounding 1.25 x Base rate or Various synthetics Base rate SAE 40 wt. ISO 150 with compounding 1.5 x Base rate or Various synthetics 1.25 x Base rate

2000 to 3500 psig* (140 to 240 Barg)

3500 to 5000 psig* (240 to 345 Barg)

>5000 psig* >(345 Barg)

Cylinder Oil ISO 320 – 460 with compounding 2 x Base rate or Synthetic-Diester/ Polyglycol 1.5 x Base rate Cylinder Oil ISO 680 with compounding 3 x Base rate or Synthetic-Diester/ Polyglycol 2 x Base rate

Cylinder Oil ISO 460 – 680 with compounding 3 x Base rate or SyntheticPolyglycol 2 x Base rate

SAE 50 - 60 wt. ISO 220 - 320 or SAE 40 wt. ISO 150 with compounding 1.5 x Base rate or Various synthetics 1.25 x Base rate

SAE 50 wt. ISO 220 with compounding 1.5 x Base rate or Various synthetics 1.25 x Base rate Cylinder Oil ISO 460 - 680 with compounding 2 x Base rate or Various synthetics 1.5 x Base rate

SAE 50 - 60 wt. ISO 220 – 320 or SAE 40 wt. ISO 150 with compounding 1.5 x Base rate or Various synthetics 1.25 x Base rate SAE 50 - 60 wt. ISO 220 - 320 or SAE 40 wt. ISO 150 with compounding 2 x Base rate or Various synthetics 1.5 x Base rate SAE 40 - 50 wt. ISO 150 - 220 with compounding 1.5 x Base rate or Various synthetics 1.25 x Base rate SAE 40 - 50 wt. ISO 150 - 220 with compounding 2 x Base rate or Various synthetics 1.5 x Base rate

Cylinder Oil ISO 460 - 680 with compounding 2 x Base rate or Synthetic PAG 1.5 x Base rate Cylinder Oil ISO 460 - 680 with compounding 3 x Base rate or Synthetic PAG 2 x Base rate SAE 50 wt. ISO 220 with compounding 2 x Base rate or Various synthetics 1.5 x Base rate SAE 50 wt. ISO 220 with compounding 2.5 x Base rate or Various synthetics 2 x Base rate

Cylinder Oil ISO 680 with compounding 3 x Base rate or Synthetic PAG 2 x Base rate Cylinder Oil ISO 680 with compounding 4 x Base rate or Synthetic PAG 3 x Base rate SAE 60 wt. ISO 320 with compounding 3 x Base rate or Various synthetics 2 x Base rate SAE 60 wt. ISO 320 with compounding 3.5 x Base rate or Various synthetics 2.5 x Base rate

Contact Lubricant Supplier

Contact Lubricant Supplier

Contact Lubricant Supplier

Cylinder Oil ISO 460 - 680 with compounding 4 x Base rate or Various synthetics 3 x Base rate Cylinder Oil ISO 460 - 680 with compounding 5 x Base rate or Various synthetics 3 x Base rate

*

Also requires water cooled packing

**

Lean Burn Engine Oils contain detergents, dispersants and ash additives, which hold water in suspension. This suspension does not provide adequate lubrication in the cylinder and packings.

*** Verify oil pour point temperature is below inlet gas temperature.

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Section 6.0 Lubrication Cylinder/Packing Lube Oil Recommendations for Various Gas Stream Components, cont. Cylinder Discharge Pressure Gas Stream

Air

Wet Air (water saturated)

Nitrogen (Bone Dry Contact Ariel)

Propane *** (refrigerant)

<1000 psig <(70Barg)

1000 to 2000 psig (70 to 140 Barg)

2000 to 3500 psig* (140 to 240 Barg)

3500 to 5000 psig* (240 to 345 Barg)

>5000 psig* (345 Barg)

SAE 40 wt. ISO 150 Air Compressor Oil Base rate or Various synthetics Base rate SAE 40 - 50 wt. ISO 150 - 220 Air Compressor Oil with compounding Base rate or Various synthetics Base rate SAE 40 wt. ISO 150 Base rate or Various synthetics Base rate SAE 40 wt. SO 150 or Refrigerant oil 0.5 x Base rate or Various synthetics 0.5 x Base rate

SAE 50 wt. ISO 220 Air Compressor Oil with compounding 1.5 x Base rate or Various synthetics 1.25 x Base rate

Synthetic-Diester 1.5 x Base rate

Contact Lubricant Supplier

Contact Lubricant Supplier

Synthetic-Diester 1.5 Base rate

Synthetic-Diester 2 x Base rate

Contact Lubricant Supplier

Contact Lubricant Supplier

SAE 40 - 50 wt. ISO 150 - 220 Base rate or Various synthetics Base rate SAE 40 wt. ISO 150 or Refrigerant oil Base rate or Various synthetics Base rate

SAE 50 wt. ISO 220 Base rate or Various synthetics Base rate

SAE 60 wt. ISO 320 Base rate or Various synthetics Base rate

Cylinder Oil ISO 460 - 680 Base rate or Various synthetics Base rate

Refrigerant Oil

Refrigerant Oil

Refrigerant Oil

Contact Lubricant Supplier

Contact Lubricant Supplier

Contact Lubricant Supplier

*

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**

Lean Burn Engine Oils contain detergents, dispersants and ash additives, which hold water in suspension. This suspension does not provide adequate lubrication in the cylinder and packings.

*** Verify oil pour point temperature is below inlet gas temperature.

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Section 6.0 Lubrication Base Rate Frame Model

US pints/day/inch of bore diameter

Liters/day/mm of bore diameter

JG:A:l:M:P:N:Q:R:W

0.3

0.0056

JGH:E:J:ACF

0.4

0.0074

JGK:T:C:D:B:V

0.5

0.0093

NOTES: •

Packing Lube Rate - Piston rod diameter is doubled and treated like a cylinder for calculating packing lube rate. For cylinders with a tail rod, the lube rate for each of the (two) packings is to be calculated separately and both values added toward the recommended total daily lube rate.



Bore Lube Points - Cylinders for JG:A:I:M:P:N:Q:R:W:H:E:J and ACF frames with bore diameters less than 13” (<330 mm) have one point bore lube as standard; top and bottom bore lube is available as an original purchase option, (except for all Class T cylinders and 13/4JG-FS-HE class cylinders when supplied, which have multi-point lube as standard). For all other frames, the cylinders have multiple bore lube points as standard. Piston rod packings for high-pressure cylinders have two point lube. For multiple lube points, the required lubricant for the cylinder or packing is divided equally among the lube points.



Break-in Lube Rate - The break-in lube rate should be approximately twice the recommended daily rate (150% minimum); i.e. the break-in cycle time should be approximately half the normal cycle time (67% max.) to increase lube rate. Break-in rate should be maintained for 200 hours of operation.



Lube Rate Calculation - The recommended lube rates for break-in or normal operation, in cycles per second (as stamped on the lubricator box information plate), are calculated at maximum compressor speed (as stamped on the compressor information plate). The lube rate may be reduced with speed, (as compressor running speed is reduced, cycle time increases to reduce lube rate): (RPMmax I RPMrunning) x cycle time seclube plate = cycle time secrunning



Lubrication Sheets - Reference the lubrication sheets in the Ariel “Parts Book” for the Cycle Time (seconds) vs. RPM (compressor speed) Table at various running speeds for your unit, at the stated gas operating conditions and lubricant.



Special Lubricant Certification - Special lubricant formulations are available from lubricant suppliers for specific applications. Suppliers who will certify suitability of the formulation for

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Section 6.0 Lubrication site conditions should provide appropriate documentation. Contact Ariel for verification of warranty coverage. •

Calculation Example, recommended daily lube rate: JGJ/2 with pipeline quality natural gas and following cylinder bore diameters, and 1.5 inches (38.1 mm) diameter piston rod with mineral oil type lubricant: 13.00”J (330 mm) at 100 psi discharge pressure (6.89 bar) 9.75”J-CE (248 mm)at 577 psi discharge pressure (39.8 bar) 5.125”J-HE (130 mm) at 1636 psi discharge pressure (112.8 bar) ppd

Cylinder Bore

Packing

L/day Subtotal

13.00 x 0.4 = 5.2 2 x 1.5 x 0.4 = 1.2 6.4 9.75 x 0.4 = 3.9 2 x 1.5 x 0.4 = 1.2 5.1 5.125 x 1.25 x 0.4 = 2.6 2.6 Recommended Total, ppd = 14.1

Cylinder Bore

Packing

Subtotal

330 x 0.0074 = 2.4 2 x 38.1 x 0.0074 = 0.56 3.0 248 x 0.0074 = 1.8 2 x 38.1 x 0.0074 = 0.56 2.4 130 x 1.25 x 0.0074 = 1.2 1.2 Recommended Total, L/day = 6.6



Cylinder bore is actual nominal diameter and not necessarily same as cylinder class.



Base rate factor 0.4 ppd/inch of bore diameter (0.0074 L/day/mm of bore diameter) is from the Base Rate Table (listed previously in this section)



Rate multiplier factor for 5.125”J-HE (130 mm) is 1.25 from the Cylinder/Packing Lube Oil Recommendations for Various Gas Stream Components Table (listed previously in this section), because discharge pressure is greater than 1000 psi (70 bar).



Piston rod diameter is doubled to calculate packing lube rate.



Lubrication to the 13”J (330 mm) cylinder bore is to be divided equally between the two points (top and bottom).

ppd CE L sec

= = = =

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US pints/day Crank End Liters seconds

psi HE " MAWP

Legend = = = =

pounds/square inch Head End inches maximum allowable working pressure

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Water Cooled Packing 6.6.1 Water cooled packing cases are required for compressor cylinders based upon the average piston speed and average cylinder pressure. Cooled packing cases are supplied to help remove heat generated as the piston rod/packing friction increases with the higher pressures and piston speed. 6.6.2 Cooled packing cases are required for cylinders in accordance with the following chart:

Figure 1: Compressor Packing Application Guidelines1 Pipeline Quality Natural Gas Applications2 1. All cylinders that have water cooled packing as standard (see Ariel Price Book) must be connected to water cooling unless prior approval is obtained from Ariel Field Service. 2. If a separate lube supply is required due to the gas analysis (H2S, CO2, wet gas, air , etc.) this chart is not valid and approval from Ariel Field Service must be obtained if water cooling is not connected. 3. Cooling water quality and treatment is to be maintained to prevent corrosion and mineral or other deposits. Cooling water must be treated with appropriate anti-freeze if subject to freezing.

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6.6.3 Coolant System Requirements - The coolant flow is to be number of packing cases x 1 US gallon per minute, minimum for each inch of piston rod diameter (cases x 0.149 L/min for each mm of piston rod diameter). Example: JGJ/2 with 1.5 inches (38.1 mm) diameter piston rod. 2 x 1 x 1.5 = 3 gallons per minute (2 x 0.149 x 38.1 = 11.3 L per minute. The cooler should be sized for number of cases x 20 BTU/minute/inch of rod diameter (cases x 831 J/minute/mm of rod diameter). The pressure drop across the system is to be greater than 30 psig (2.1 barg). The coolant into the packing is not to exceed 130°F maximum (54°C max.). A cooler water temperature will increase the amount of heat that can be transferred to the water. A cooler water temperature is better in high pressure applications. The following is a schematic of a typical packing cooling system:

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Packing Case

Packing Case Coolant Circulating Pump

PI = Pressure Indicator TI = Temperature Indicator FI = Flow Indicator Cooler

Typical Packing Cooling System

6 .7

Oil System Cleanliness - The compressor frame oil piping system and components are to be free of foreign matter including, but not limited to dirt, sand, rust, mill scale, metal chips, weld spatter, grease and paint. It is recommended that a commercial pipe cleaning service be used to clean the oil piping system. If that is not practical, proper cleaning procedures using cleaners, acids, and/or mechanical cleaning are to be used to meet the cleanliness requirements. Cleaning by-products are to be properly disposed; a disposal service is recommended. It is also recommended that all oil-piping systems be flushed using an electric or pneumatic driven pump and filtered clean production oil. All compressor frame cavities are thoroughly cleaned prior to assembly and compressors are test run with a filtered closed loop lube system at the Ariel factory. 6.7.1 For all compressors that are installed with an electric or pneumatic powered pre-lube pump, which have less than 50 feet (15 m) of oil piping are to be flushed as follows, prior to starting the compressor. The cooler oil passages are to be included in the flushing loop. Oil systems for compressors without an electric or pneumatic powered pre-lube pump,

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Section 6.0 Lubrication which have less than 50 feet (15 m) of oil piping, must be clean and while oil flushing is desirable for these systems, it is not a requirement. 6.7.1.1 Prior to assembling the lube oil piping remove scale, weld slag, rust and any other matter that could contaminate the lube oil. 6.7.2.1 Confirm: • The entire lube oil system is complete and closed. • The crankcase is filled with the appropriate oil. • The proper lube oil filters are installed correctly. • The oil pressure transducer or gauge, oil filter differentialpressure transducers or gauges, and oil temperature RTD or indicator are operational and values are viewable. 6.7.1.3 Start the pre-lube pump, record the oil pressure, oil filter differential-pressure and oil temperature. Minimum measured oil pressure should be 30 psig (2.1 barg) for effective flushing. 6.7.1.4 A continuous hour of pre-lube flushing time must be achieved with an oil filter differential-pressure increase less than 10% of the measured oil pressure into the filter. Record the oil pressure, oil filter differential pressure and oil temperature at 15 minute intervals. If the oil temperature increase is greater than 10°F (5.5°C) during an hour of run time, it is not a valid test of system cleanliness, due to oil viscosity change. 6.7.1.5 If the differential pressure or temperature increases exceed the limits in the paragraph 6.7.1.4 above, after an hour of pre-lube flushing, continue the flushing operation. Whenever the lube oil filter differential pressure exceeds the limits specified in paragraph 6.4.1.10, stop the pre-lube pump and change the oil filter. Re-set time and continue the flushing operation until a continuous hour of flushing time is achieved within the differential pressure and temperature increase limits to ensure system cleanliness. 6.7.2 For all compressors with an oil piping system greater than 50 feet (15 m), cleaning and flushing must result in a cleanliness level to ISO-4406, Grade 13/10/9 and/or NAS-1638, Class 5 (reference Tables below), prior to starting the compressor. See Tables below and ISO-4406 "International Standard – Hydraulic fluid power – Fluids – Method for coding level of contamination by solid particles" and/or NAS-1638 "National Aerospace Standard, Aerospace Industries Association of America, Inc. – Cleanliness Requirements for Parts Used in Hydraulic Systems" for PAGE 19 OF 20

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Section 6.0 Lubrication complete information. Utilize a competent oil laboratory for sample testing.

Grade Requirements /13 /10 /9

ISO-4406 Grade 13/10/9 Particle Size Number Particles µm/mL oil sample Allowed Greater than 4 40 to 80 Greater than 6 5 to 10 Greater than14 2.5 to 5

NAS-1638 Grade 5 Particle Size Range Grade 5 µm/100 mL oil sample Maximum Number Particles 5 to 15 8,000 15 to 25 1,425 25 to 50 253 50 to 100 45 Over 100 8

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Section 9.0 - Assembly and Shop Testing Several considerations not already mentioned need attention during assembly and shop testing by the Packager: 9.1

Covers should not be removed from the compressor during package fabrication. If a situation develops that makes it necessary to remove a cover, care must be taken to ensure dirt does not get inside the machinery. The compressor should not be sandblasted without notification and approval of Ariel.

9.2 All information and caution tags attached to the compressor and/or supplied by Ariel at the factory must be in place and heeded. It is the Packagers responsibility to comply with sound safety practices that are not addressed by Ariel. Specifically, permanently marking compressor exterior surfaces and piping which will operate at temperatures above 158°F (70°C) or below 14°F (-10°C) in predominate places with International hot or cold surface symbols or otherwise protected by safety guards provided by the Packagers. 2

Heat Transfer Symbol - yellow background, black symbol & triangle. 9.3

Cylinder installation, piston and piston rod installation, setting of piston end clearances, changing of nameplates, re-springing of valves, the installation of valve clearance assemblies, etc., must be done under the direction of competent mechanics who have received training on Ariel compressors.

9.4

During shop testing, the appropriate items on the Ariel start-up check list must be heeded. Remember: shop testing occurs at pressures far lower than for which most valves are sprung; prolonged running could cause valve damage.

9.5

Material handling must be done carefully. The eyebolts for lifting are not designed for high side loads and spreader bars may be necessary to prevent bending them.

9.6

Assembly must be such that clear maintenance access is not hindered. This would include clear access for crankshaft, crosshead, and piston removal.

9.7

Re-cylindering. When compressor cylinders are mounted or changed in the Packager's shop, or in the field, the packager is required to do the following:

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Reciprocating Packager's Standards

Section 9.0 - Assembly and Shop Testing 9.7.1

Coordinate cylinder location and balance information with Ariel.

9.7.2

Install the proper balance parts.

Maximum Allowable Reciprocating Weight Mass Differential for Opposing Throws Measurement Unit

LB

kg

JG, A, M, N, Q, J, R, W, ACF JGE, H, K,T, C, D JGB, V

1.0 2.5 5.0

0.45 1.1 2.3

9.7.3

Obtain the force feed lubrication data from Ariel, install the correct distribution block and make sure the tubing is done carefully and cleanly.

9.7.4

A new data plate must be installed on the force-feed lubricator.

9.7.5

The parts and instruction book must be updated with the correct balance sheet lubrication sheet, cylinder parts list and the correct rod load charts.

9.7.6

Consult Ariel to provide new balance and lubrication sheets, cylinder parts list and the correct rod load chart. Ariel provides these services at no charge. This documentation is required for Ariel, the Packager and the end user for the operation and maintenance of the compressor, when ordering parts and when configuring any future re-application.

9.7.7

Refer to ER-56.05 to see if a torsional analysis is required.

9.7.8

For units supplied with a Digital Monitoring System (DMS), the system must be reconfigured. Consult Ariel for further information.

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Section 10.0 - Field Testing

10.1

If there is a question concerning capacity delivered or horsepower consumed by an Ariel Compressor, every effort should be made by the Packager to check the common sources of discrepancy. These may include the inlet pressure drop, excessive interstage pressure drop, leaking bypass valves, shrinkage due to liquid drop out, gas analysis different than the quoted gas analysis, mechanical condition of the compressor and driver, fuel gas consumed by the driver, etc.

10.2

If the question still remains, a field test should be performed. All compressor field performance tests are to be conducted by or under the supervision of Ariel Corporation. All comparisons to predicted performance shall be in accordance with ER-56.02 of the Ariel Corporation Reciprocating Packager's Standards. Ariel Corporation will not be responsible for the costs associated with testing.

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Reciprocating Packager's Standards

Section 11.0 – Start-up, Service, Parts The Packager shall require that: 11.1

Trained mechanics that have experience on Ariel compressors must be used for field start-up.

11.2

The Ariel compressor start-up check list ER-10.4.0 must be used.

11.3

The warranty notification form must be fully completed and returned to Ariel for warranty coverage within 30 days of installation.

11.4

The compressor unit operator must be provided with instruction books and parts lists by the packager. The operator shall be informed about operating requirements such as proper setting of clearance pockets and setting of shutdown points. He shall be provided with proper operating procedures for start-up, idle, blowdown, by-pass, run, and purging if combustible gas is being compressed. Every possible effort shall be made to train the unit operator to perform normal preventative maintenance.

11.5

The packager start-up mechanic shall double check the parts and instruction book to see if the correct frame and cylinders are identified and advise the unit operator of caution tags located on the compressor or other components.

11.6

The packager must provide clean, dry storage for cylinders, crankcases, and parts held in inventory.

11.7

An extension of the standard Ariel warranty is available upon request, for compressors, which will be stored more than 12 months from Ariel ship date. Compressors are to be reprotected to ER-25 if test run at packager facility and not field started within one month from the test date. Compressors not in active service should be protected and maintained to ER-25.

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Reciprocating Packager's Standards

Section 11.0 – Start-up, Service, Parts

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HOLD-DOWN BOLTING FOR RESISTING SHAKING FORCES AND COUPLES RECIPROCATING COMPRESSORS 1.0 REQUIREMENTS 1.1 The table shows minimum frame foot hold-down stud sizes and nut torques. To use the tabled torque values, the ultimate strength (Su) of the stud material must equal or exceed 100,000 psi (690 MPa). Higher strength stud material is preferred. In all cases, tighten the nuts to torques that stress stud to about 55% of the ultimate strength of the bolt material which will result in higher torque values than shown in the table, for higher strength materials. The table also provides required crosshead guide to support bolt torques. 1.2 Compressor frame feet hold-down studs should be as long as possible, and stressed by tightening nuts as recommended in paragraph 1.1, above. Doing so, provides the greatest ability to stay tight during temperature extremes. Bolting which is only long enough to reach thru the compressor foot and a deck plate or flange of an "I" beam will loosen. 1.3 Use grade 8 or 9 bolts to hold the crosshead guides to support. 2.0 FASTENER TIGHTENING NOTES 2.1 Threads are to be clean and free of burrs. 2.2 Torque values are based on the use of petroleum type lubricants on both the threads and seating surfaces. Use a lubricating oil or Lubriplate 630. Molybdenum disulfide lubricants and Never-Seez are not to be used for fastener lubrication, unless specified, or excessive stresses can result with the listed torque values. 2.3 Avoid shear or loading against threads. 2.4 Use sockets that fit properly. 2.5 Use calibrated torque wrenches by qualified service personnel.

4

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EC EC010334 ECN8250 ECN7109 ECN5960 ---

DATE 11-28-01 ------2-20-93

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EC

DATE

ER-26

HOLD-DOWN BOLTING FOR RESISTING SHAKING FORCES AND COUPLES RECIPROCATING COMPRESSORS

Compressor Model

4

Frame Foot1 Hole Diameter inch

mm

JGI

7/8

22

JGM/N/P/Q

3/4

JG/A

Recommended Stud Size inch--TPI

Crosshead Guide To Support2 Min. Torque lb-ft

NCm

3/4--10

175

235

19

5/8--11

100

7/8

22

3/4--10

ACF /JGR/J

1

25

JGW

1

JGH/E

Bolt Size inch--TPI

Bolt Torque lb-ft

NCm

---

---

---

130

5/8--11

90

120

175

235

5/8--11

90

120

7/8--9

280

380

3/4--10

160

215

25

7/8--9

280

380

5/8--11

90

120

1-1/4

32

1-1/8--7

600

805

7/8--9

255

345

JGK/T

1-1/4

32

1-1/8--7

600

805

1--8

380

515

JGC/D

1-1/2

38

1-3/8--6

1100

1500

1-1/4--7

765

1040

JGB/V

1-7/8

48

1-3/4--5

2300

3100

1-1/2--6

1340

1810

3

1

These tightening torques will stress the studs to 55,000 psi (380 MPa), regardless of the stud material. Be sure that stud material has an ultimate strength of 100,000 psi (690 MPa) or greater. See para. 1.1. Material strength and tightening torque are directly proportional. Example: for 120,00 psi (825 MPa) ultimate strength material, 120,000 ) 100,000 = 1.2 x min. torque from table = required torque, for stud sizes given. 2 Not applicable to directly-opposed compressors. 3 For directly-opposed compressors, use frame foot values.

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START-UP CHECK LIST Compressor Model Cylinder S/N CCDriver Packager Date Packager Shipped Serviceman Location Field Telephone No. Frame Oil - Make/Grade Cylinder Oil - Make/Grade

Serial No. FCCRated Speed Packager Unit No. Start Up Date Customer Field Contact Unit Location

C-

Check List - Prior To Starting

C-

YES

NO

1. Are the correct Ariel parts book, technical manual, special tools and spares available? 2. Have the design limitations for the compressor model such as rod load, maximum and minimum speed, discharge temperature been checked? 3. Have the design operating conditions been determined? Pressure, PSIG (kPa): Suction Discharge Temperature, BF (BC): Suction Discharge Maximum RPM Minimum RPM 4. Soft Foot Check: Have the compressor feet and crosshead guide supports been shimmed so the machine is not twisted or bent? 5. Have bottom crosshead clearances on all corners been checked? Max. 0.0015" (0.038 mm) feeler inserted to 1/2" (12.7 mm) max. depth 6. Record top crosshead minimum feeler clearance below. Throw # 3 4 5 6 1 2 7. Have the piping and supports been checked to be sure they do not bend or stress compressor? 8. Have coupling bolt torque values been rechecked? 9. Has the compressor to driver alignment been checked? Maximum allowable 0.005 inches (0.13 mm) TIR 10. Record coupling dial indicator readings in inches (mm) at the 3, 6, 9 & 12 o'clock positions on lines provided:

Face

Rim

11. Has the crankshaft thrust clearance been checked? Record crankcase thrust clearance here:

5

Added information covering force feed lube and corrected errors.

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Rev 5: ECN8236 Rev 4: ECN6887 Rev 3: ECN6333

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START-UP CHECK LIST Compressor Model

Serial No. F-

YES

5

NO

12. Have the piston end clearances been checked with feeler gauges? Throw #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 - Record below. CE HE 13. Has the crankcase been filled with oil to the proper level? 14. Has proper oil been installed if extreme ambient conditions exist or special gases are compressed? 15. Is the compressor crankcase oil level control working and set at the proper level? 16. Is the crankcase oil supply isolation valve open? 17. Does the crankcase low level shutdown work? 18. Has the recommended oil filter elements been installed? 19. Are the oil filter elements and all lube oil piping primed with oil? 20. Is the low oil pressure shutdown installed and tubed correctly to the downstream side of the oil filter? 21. Does the low oil pressure shutdown work? 22. Oil cooler? Compressor inlet oil temp. is 190BF (88BC) max. 23. Is the crankcase oil temperature shutdown installed, set And working? 24. If oil is cooled, is there a temperature control valve? 25. Is the crankcase breather element clean? 26. Is the force feed lubricator box filled with oil? 27. Is the force feed lubrication system primed? 28. Is the force feed lubrication system no flow shutdown installed and working? 29. Is the force feed blow out assembly installed? Check rupture disc for color? Purple is standard = 3250 PSIG (22 400 kPa). 30. Has the lubricator instruction plate or Technical Manual Cylinder Lubrication Sheet been checked for proper lube feed rate? 31. Is there a working vibration shutdown mounted on the compressor? 32. Are the primary and secondary packing vents and distance piece vents open, and when necessary, tubed off of the skid or out of the building? 33. Is there some method of suction control? 34. Are the suction pressure, interstage pressure and discharge pressure shutdowns set and working? 35. Are the safety relief valves installed and working to protect cylinders and piping for each stage of compression?

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Serial No. F-

YES

NO

YES

NO

36. Are the gas discharge temperature shutdowns installed, set and working? 37. Have the gas suction lines been blown out to remove water, slag, dirt, etc.? 38. Have temporary screens been installed at cylinder suction? 39. Was compressor prelubed prior to starting? For electric motor driven units, compressor must have prelube pump. 40. For engine driven units, has the machine been rolled with the starter to make sure it is free? The oil pressure should come up noticeably while rolling on the starter. 41. For other drivers, has the machine been barred over by hand to assure it is rolling free? 42. Does the driver rotation match the compressor rotation arrow? 43. For machines compressing a combustible gas, have the piping and compressor been purged to remove all air? 44. Have start-up instructions for other package equipment been followed? 45. Has the packager's representative done the required review of the packager's start-Up and Operating Instructions for the unit with the unit operator?

Check List - After Starting 5

5

1. Did the oil pressure come up immediately? 2. Are the oil filter pressure and force feed gauges working? 3. Is oil differential pressure <10 PSI (69 kPa), unless otherwise specified? 4. Any strange noises or shaking in the compressor or piping? 5. Is low oil pressure shutdown set at 35 PSIG (240 kPa)? 6. Are the high discharge gas temperature shutdowns set at approx. 10% above normal discharge temperature? 375BF (190BC) max. 1. Is the distribution block indicator pin moving, and have you set lubricator for proper break-in flow rate? 2. Are there any oil leaks? If so, where? 3. Are the scrubber dumps and high level shutdowns working? 4. Are the scrubbers removing all liquids from the gas? How often do they dump? ( minutes) 5. Are there sands or oxides in the gas? 6. is the overspeed shutdown set? 7. Are rod packings sealing properly? 8. Have all safety functions been tested to ensure shutdown of unit upon malfunction?

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WARRANTY ADMINISTRATION PROCEDURES ARIEL CORPORATION COMMITMENT A. Ariel will continue to make a practice of liberally interpreting its responsibility for supplying parts under warranty. For example: Ariel will repair components, ship new warranty parts, replace parts to the packager inventory or allow credit for parts used at current packager cost. B. Ariel will continue to send technical representatives to assist in the solution of difficult field problems. C. Ariel will pay for labor and mileage during the warranty period as outlined in this "Warranty Administration Procedures". PACKAGER'S COMMITMENT The above commitment on the part of Ariel is predicated on the assumption that Ariel packagers will continue dealing with Ariel as follows: A. All service call expenses will be borne by the packager. B. When trouble occurs, the packager will have the responsibility for determining the cause and communicating this information to Ariel. C. The packager, using experienced mechanics, trained on appropriate Ariel equipment, will determine if a user's warranty claim is legitimate and handle charges accordingly. D. Full and complete compliance with Ariel Corporation Packager Standards and Ariel Corporation Terms and Condition of Sale. E. Submit timely and complete warranty request documentation associated with Ariel's current "Request for Warranty" form. Ariel has maintained this arrangement with its packagers since Serial Number #1 shipped in 1968. Ariel unit and parts pricing policy has been based on the assumption of the above arrangement and the continuing spirit of cooperation between Ariel and its packagers. We anticipate dealing with our packagers on the same basis in the future. We wish to avoid the practice of submitting a continuous string of claims on the manufacturer who then routinely disallows the majority of them. This practice can only lead to bickering, needless office expenses and continual distraction from the main business of both parties.

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010188

10-18-01

ER-10.5.1

WARRANTY ADMINISTRATION PROCEDURES WARRANTY -- Please See Ariel Corporation Terms and Conditions of Sale for Warranty Statement. Damage resulting from improper storage, neglect, misapplication, service and maintenance not consistent with the operators manual, or overloading of a machine is not covered under this warranty policy. For warranty coverage of units run at a packager’s facility and not to be field started within one (1) month, the compressor should be re-preserved according to Ariel standard ER-25 for reciprocating compressors or ER-25.1 for rotary screw compressors. DEFERRED START-UPS The purpose of a deferred start-up is to maintain the Ariel Standard Warranty on a compressor that will be stored longer than twelve (12) months from Ariel shipment date. Ariel will grant deferred start-up status for compressors in which packagers submit a deferred start-up request and re-preserved according to ER-25 for reciprocating compressors or ER-25.1 for rotary screw compressors. The total of the storage period and warranty period will not exceed thirty-six (36) months from the date of shipment from Ariel. If a compressor is test run at a packager facility after the Ariel shipment date and it will not be field started within one (1) month from the test date, then the compressor should be re-preserved according to ER-25 for reciprocating compressors or ER-25.1 for rotary screw compressors in order to retain the warranty, and should be re-preserved annually thereafter. Under no conditions will Ariel consider for warranty any parts with short shelf life such as rubber o-rings, gaskets, etc. In addition, Ariel will not consider claims for damage due to corrosion that may have occurred during storage. This applies especially to compressors that have been in storage for twenty-four (24) months from the factory shipment date. WARRANTY NOTIFICATION FORMS A completed "Warranty Notification and Installation List Data" form must be completed by the packager and in Ariel's possession before a "Request for Warranty" can be processed. The "Warranty Notification and Installation List Data" form must be forwarded to Ariel upon shipment of the package. PACKAGER STANDARDS Ultimately, the responsibility for a product that is safe in operation and satisfactory in performance belongs to the packager, however, compliance with Ariel Corporation Packager Standards is required for warranty claims to be considered.

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WARRANTY ADMINISTRATION PROCEDURES UNIT START-UP The package should be started up in accordance with the latest version of the appropriate Ariel compressor "Start-Up Check List", ER-10.4.0 for reciprocating and ER-10.4.1 for rotary. All start-up data should be made available to Ariel if requested. NOTIFICATION OF PROBLEM Ariel should be notified as quickly as possible regarding any problem that might result in a warranty consideration. This notification may be by telephone to an Ariel Technical Service Representative. After the initial visit, a major problem should be reported by telephone and in writing to Ariel immediately. In such case, Ariel will probably request that no disassembly of the damaged components occurs until an Ariel representative can travel to the job site. WARRANTY -- ARIEL MANUFACTURED AFTERMARKET PARTS Parts manufactured by Ariel are warranted for 18 months from date of shipment from Ariel. WARRANTY -- NON-ARIEL MANUFACTURED PARTS Certain parts on Ariel units that are also furnished as aftermarket parts are from sources other than Ariel. The warranty on these items is passed through to the packager, from each manufacturer. In the majority of cases, the warranty is for parts only, with no allowance for labor. See Ariel Corporation Terms and Conditions of Sale. TIME LIMIT FOR LABOR Payment of labor charges is limited to failure of items of Ariel manufacture that occur during packaging and within the first year after start-up. LABOR ALLOWANCE Ariel will pay for one mechanic under this policy. Ariel will also not be responsible for additional manpower requirements that are the result of abnormal job site conditions such as sour gas, lack of lifting facilities or customer requirements. Ariel will not be responsible for cost of personnel transporting replacement parts or waiting for parts. MILEAGE ALLOWANCE Travel time and mileage will be paid on up to 175 driven miles (282 km) one way or actual travel time from the packager's closest service location to the unit location. If the unit is at a greater distance, the additional cost will be at the expense of the packager.

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WARRANTY ADMINISTRATION PROCEDURES LABOR ADJUSTMENT Ariel may adjust the labor on warranty claims so that labor paid will be in line with a reasonable amount of time to accomplish the task for which the claim is submitted. The initial investigation of a warranty item will be at the expense of the packagers. LABOR RATES 5

As of Nov. 1, 2001, Ariel will pay $42.00 per hour for labor. Domestic mileage is paid at $0.55 per mile. Canadian mileage is paid at $0.65 (US) per kilometer. These figures will be adjusted periodically as necessary. WARRANTY CREDIT For a warranty claim to be considered, it must be submitted within 90 days of the failure. Ariel will attempt to issue credit within 30 days after acceptance of claim. Ariel will also advise reason for adjustment or rejection of each warranty claim. All claims must have a detailed "Request for Warranty" form attached in order to be processed. All warrantable parts must be returned to Ariel upon request. INTERNATIONAL WARRANTY See Ariel Corporation Terms and Conditions of Sale.

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UNIT PROTECTION FOR EXTENDED STORAGE RECIPROCATING COMPRESSORS 1.0 PURPOSE 1.1 This procedure is to be used when unit is to be put into extended storage. 1.2 Following this procedure will protect the unit for at least one year. After one year, the crankcase and cylinders should be inspected, and if the protective coating is in good condition, it can be closed up for another six months. If any deterioration is observed, or after 18 months, or should crankshaft be turned, re-protect to this procedure. The exception to the one-year protection/inspection is units with non-lube compressor cylinders, where the cylinders are to be inspected every 6 months and reinhibited as required. 1.3 For a new unit that will be stored longer than twelve (12) months from the Ariel shipment date, see “Warranty Administration Procedure” in the Ariel Packager Standards or ER-10.5.1, and apply for a Deferred Start-up status to extend the Standard Warranty. 2.0 MATERIALS For extended storage, use the following, or equivalents: 3

2.1 A polar rust preventative such as Mobil Oil Corporation, Mobilarma No. 247. 2.2 A liquid vapor corrosion inhibitor such as Corroless International (Kolbotn, Norway) / Corroless USA (Bridgeport, CT), Corroless CCI 300. Use grade CCI 300M for mineral base lube oils and CCI 300S for synthetics. 2.3 Waterproof cloth tape. 2.4 See ER-34 for materials and procedure to protect non-lube cylinders. 3

Para. 2.1 & 3.1, corrected product number, which was in error.

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DRAWN: 4-8-93

ER-25

UNIT PROTECTION FOR EXTENDED STORAGE RECIPROCATING COMPRESSORS 3.0 PROCEDURE

3

3.1 Remove the following: top cover, crosshead guide covers, all suction and discharge valves and the top of the compressor cylinder lube pump box. Spray the Mobilarma No. 247 rust preventative in the crankcase and crosshead guides covering all surfaces. 3.2 Spray the rust preventative in each compressor cylinder, except non-lube cylinders, covering all surfaces in the cylinder including the valve pocket surfaces and spray the valves. Spray the inside of the lube pump box and the inside of the cover and pump with rust preventative. 3.3 Rotate the crank one turn plus 90E and re-spray inside the crankcase, crosshead guides, and the cylinders, except non-lube. Protect non-lube cylinders and valves to ER-34. 3.4 Remove the suction line from the pre-lube pump and use the pre-lube pump to pump the rust preventative through the lube oil system. 3.5 Pour quantity of Corroless CCI 300 into the crankcase as shown in table below.

1

Unit

Quantity Corroless CCI 300

JG/JGA/2

3 ounces

JG/JGA/4

6 ounces

JGA/6

10 ounces

JGM/N/P/Q/1&2

3 ounces

JGI/1

3 ounces

ACF/JGW/R/J/2

3 ounces

JGW/R/J/4

10 ounces

JGJ/6

16 ounces

JGH/E/K/T/2

6 ounces

JGH/E/K/T/4

16 ounces

JGE/K/T/6

22 ounces

1

Ounces (fluid) x 0.02957 = Liters

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UNIT PROTECTION FOR EXTENDED STORAGE RECIPROCATING COMPRESSORS

JGC/D/2

10 ounces

JGC/D/4

16 ounces

JGC/D/6

22 ounces

JGB/V/2

22 ounces

JGB/V/4

36 ounces

JGB/V/6

50 ounces

162 JGS

3 ounces

325 JGS

3 ounces

3.6 Reassemble all covers and the valve assemblies and re-pipe the pre-lube pump. Plug all vents and breather connections and tape the clearance opening between the drive end dust seal cover and the crankshaft to prevent any exchange of air in the crankcase and cylinders. 3.7 Tag the unit, noting that the crankshaft should not be turned. If the crankshaft is turned for any reason, re-protect to ER-25. 4.0 RE-COMMISSIONING UNIT TO SERVICE 4.1 Before going back on-line, the pre-lube pump should be operated and each lube supply point fitting removed to be sure of a lube oil supply. Each cylinder lube supply should also be checked for lube close to the cylinder. There is no need to change oil in the crankcase as the rust preventative will mix with the lube oil. 4.2 Check fastener tightening torque on all bolting which may have been loosened as a result of applying this procedure and all critical bolting as a result of re-applying the unit to service. Reference Ariel Technical Manual or toolbox torque charts for fastener torque values. 4.3 Utilize the Start-Up Check list in the Ariel Technical Manual or ER-10.4.0.

PAGE 3 OF 3

REV 3

ER-25

COMPRESSOR UNIT OPERATION & MAINTENANCE MANUAL

THE HANOVER COMPANY

ARIEL BOLT TORQUE RECOMMENDATIONS

ARIEL BOLTING REQUIRED TIGHTENING TORQUE CAUTION Bolting has been selected that will meet the strength, elongation, locking features and mechanical clearance required. The proper bolting must be used and tightened to the torque values listed. Threads are to be clean and free of burrs. Use petroleum lubricating oil or Lubriplate 630 on threads and seating surfaces, except for compressor rods-piston end, piston nuts, JGB/JGV main bearing cap stud-nuts and JGS exhaust elbow to cylinder head cap screws use Never Seez, and except where Loctite is specified. These torque values are for current production equipment, for older units which have lower torque values specified do not assume higher values without consulting packager and/or Ariel.

BOLT HEAD MATERIAL IDENTIFICATION:

Hex Head Grade 5

Hex Head Grade 8

Hex Head Grade 9

Hex Socket Head Grade 8

12 Point Grade B7M (NACE)

12 Point Grade 8

12 Point Interim Grade 5

12 Point 12 Point 12 Point Grade 5 Stainless Steel Metric Grade B8M Class 8.8

VALVE ASSEMBLY FASTENER

TYPE 2 - Piece beam type lock nut

Top Locking Bottom Half

1

BOTTOM HALF

TOP HALF

BOTTOM HALF

TOP HALF

1/4-28

103 LB X IN

66 LB X IN

(11.6)

(7.5)

5/16-24

168 LB X IN

96 LB X IN

(18.9)

(10.8)

3/8-24

192 LB X IN

96 LB X IN

(21.7)

(10.8)

20

(49)

(27)

73

40

(99)

(54)

3/4-16

130

70

(176)

(95)

5/16-24

18

(24)

3/8-24

32

Spiralock Threaded Valves Marked SPL

Spiralock Threaded Valves Marked SPL

7/16-20

50

5/16-24

26

3/8-24

45

7/16-20

62

Stainless Steel Grade B8M

5/16-24

120 LB X IN

3/8-24

192 LB X IN

(21.7)

7/16-20

24

(33)

Hex Socket Head

10-32

25 LB X IN

(2.8)

12-28

43 LB X IN

(4.9)

1/4-20

110 LB X IN

(12.4)

5/16-18

176 LB X IN

(19.9)

3/8-16

21

(28)

Steel Grade 5

Steel Grade 8

Peripheral - Cap Screws

TORQUE (NCCm)

TORQUE LB X FT

1

Center Stud Drake Lock Nut

Center - 12 Point Cap Screw

NOMINAL SIZE INCH-TPI

1/2-20

1

36

5/8-18

(43) (68)

When valves are not marked SPL, clean threads with Loctite Safety Solvent & lock with Loctite #272

(35) (61) (83) (13.6)

When valves are not marked SPL, clean threads with Loctite Safety Solvent & lock with Loctite #272

29 LB X FT (39 NCCm) 1/2”-20 TPI Bottom Half - Drake Lock Nut w/ Non-Metallic Valve Plates in Liftwasher Valves.

D-2159, Rev 3 (9-99) Page 1

APPLICATION

COLUMN

Bearing Carrier to JGI Frame - 12 Point Cap Screw

50

Connecting Rod Cap and Crankshaft Vibration Detuner Donut

See Page 5

Crankshaft Adapter - Hex Cap Screw Grade 9

45

(Except for ACF Drive End Only, 3/4”- 16 TPI - 12 Point or Grade 8 Cap Screw, Use Column 70) Crosshead Guide to Frame/Cylinder - 12 Point Cap Screw

55

Crosshead Guide Support - Hex Cap Screw Grade 9

50

Crosshead Nut [For JGB/JGV 2800 psig (19 300 kPa) on Tool A-7417]

30

Crosshead Pin Thru Bolt - Hex Nylon Insert Lock Nut;

60

End Plate to Crosshead Pin - Socket Head Cap Screw drilled for Lockwire Damper/Sprocket to Crankshaft and Flywheel to Hub - Hex Cap Screw Grade 9

60

Distance Piece to Class 11JG Cylinder - Socket Head Cap Screw

50

Distance Piece to Crosshead Guide - 12 Point Cap Screw

65

Distribution Block Divider Valve - Socket Head Cap Screw

80

Distribution Block Tie Rod - Hex Nut

50

Dog Point Studs, Seating [For JGB/JGV Main Bearing Studs 250 Lb x Ft (340 NCCm)]

25

Eccentric Vernier Cap - Hex Cap Screw Grade 8/9

Approximately up to 40, i.e. Hand Wrench Tight

External-Thrust Bearing Adapter to Crankshaft - 12 Point Cap Screw

65 75 Lb x Ft (102 NCCm)

Force Feed Lubricator - Hex Jam Nut (1"-14 TPI) Grade 5 - Hex Cap Screw

Approximately up to 40, i.e. Hand Wrench Tight

Idler Sprocket Thru Bolt - Hex Lock Nut (Drill & Pin) JGS Engine - Compressor Lifting Bracket to Frame - 12 Point Cap screw

40 See Page 6 45

Main Bearing Cap

See Page 5

Piston Nut

See Page 5

Piston Rod Oil Slinger Bolt-Locknut

70

Rod Catcher to Packing - 12 Point Cap Screw

50

Rod Packing - 12 Point Cap Screw

40

Roller Thrust Bearing Retainer Clamp Bolt - Ariel Design

45

Rotary Screw Compressors Rupture Disk Blow-Out - Hex Fitting Cap (1/4" Nominal Tube)

See Page 5 36 Lb x In (4.1 NCCm)

Spacer Bar - 12 Point/Hex Grade 9 Cap Screw

45

Tandem Cylinder to Cylinder - Hex Cap Screw Grade 8/9 or 12 Point

50

Top Cover Cross Bar to Frame - Socket Head Cap Screw

45

Valve Cap/Cylinder Head/Unloader/Gas Passage Cap/Ariel Supplied Companion Flange to Cylinder - Hex Cap Screw Grade 8/9 or 12 Point

45

Viscous Damper Filler Pipe Plug (1/8" NPT)

D-2159, Rev 3 (9-99) Page 2

30 Lb x Ft (41 NCCm)

TORQUE - U.S. UNITS - FILLED BLOCKS = LB x IN - WHITE BLOCKS = LB x FT SIZE Inch-TPI

Column 25

Column 30

Column 35

Column 40

Column 45

Column 50

Column 55

Column 60

Column 65

Column 70

Column 80

1/4-20

29

34

40

46

52

57

63

69

74

80

92

1/4-28

34

41

48

54

61

68

75

82

88

95

109

5/16-18

60

72

84

96

108

120

132

144

156

168

192

5/16-24

68

82

96

109

123

136

150

164

177

192

18

3/8-16

107

128

150

171

193

18

20

21

23

25

29

3/8-24

125

150

175

17

19

21

23

25

27

29

33

7/16-14

172

17

20

23

26

29

31

34

37

40

46

7/16-20

197

20

23

26

30

33

36

39

43

46

53

1/2-13

22

26

31

35

40

44

48

53

57

62

70

1/2-20

26

31

36

41

46

51

56

61

66

71

82

9/16-12

32

38

45

51

57

64

70

76

83

89

100

9/16-18

36

44

51

58

66

73

80

87

95

100

115

5/8-11

44

53

62

70

79

88

97

105

115

125

140

5/8-18

51

62

72

82

92

105

115

125

135

145

165

3/4-10

79

94

110

125

140

160

175

190

205

220

250

3/4-16

90

110

125

145

160

180

200

215

235

250

290

7/8-9

130

150

180

205

230

255

280

305

330

355

410

7/8-12

140

165

195

220

250

280

305

330

360

390

445

7/8-14

145

170

200

230

260

290

315

345

375

400

460

1-8

190

230

270

305

345

380

420

460

500

535

610

1-12

215

255

300

240

385

425

470

510

555

600

680

1-14

220

265

310

350

395

440

485

530

570

615

705

1-1/8-7

270

325

380

430

485

540

595

650

700

755

865

1-1/8-12

310

375

435

500

560

620

685

740

810

870

995

1-1/4-7

385

460

540

615

690

770

845

920

1000

1070

1230

1-1/4-12

435

520

610

700

780

870

955

1040

1130

1220

1390

1-3/8-6

500

600

700

800

900

1000

1100

1200

1300

1400

1600

1-3/8-8

545

650

760

870

980

1090

1200

1300

1410

1520

1740

1-3/8-12

585

705

820

940

1060

1170

1290

1410

1530

1640

1880

1-1/2-6

670

800

935

1070

1200

1340

1470

1610

1740

1870

2140

1-1/2-12

770

925

1080

1230

1390

1540

1700

1850

2010

2160

2470

1-5/8-12

990

1190

1390

1590

1780

1980

2180

2380

2580

2780

3170

1-3/4-5

1050

1260

1470

1680

1900

2110

2320

2530

2740

2950

3370

1-3/4-12

1250

1500

1750

2000

2250

2500

2750

3000

3250

3500

4000

2-12

1890

2270

2650

3030

3400

3780

4160

4540

4920

5300

6050

2-1/4-8

2600

3120

3650

4170

4690

5210

5730

6250

6770

7290

8330

D-2159, Rev 3 (9-99) Page 3

TORQUE - METRIC (NCC m) SIZE Inch-TPI

Column 25

Column 30

Column 35

Column 40

Column 45

Column 50

Column 55

Column 60

Column 65

Column 70

Column 80

1/4-20

(3.3)

(3.8)

(4.5)

(5.4)

(5.9)

(6.4)

(7.1)

(7.8)

(8.4)

(9.0)

(10)

1/4-28

(3.8)

(4.6)

(5.4)

(6.1)

(6.9)

(7.7)

(8.5)

(9.3)

(9.9)

(11)

(12)

5/16-18

(6.8)

(8.1)

(9,5)

(11)

(12)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(18)

(19)

(22)

5/16-24

(7.7)

(9.3)

(11)

(12)

(14)

(15)

(17)

(19)

(20)

(22)

(25)

3/8-16

(12)

(15)

(17)

(19)

(22)

(24)

(27)

(29)

(31)

(34)

(39)

3/8-24

(14)

(17)

(20)

(23)

(25)

(28)

(31)

(34)

(37)

(40)

(45)

7/16-14

(19)

(23)

(27)

(31)

(35)

(39)

(42)

(47)

(50)

(54)

(62)

7/16-20

(22)

(27)

(31)

(36)

(40)

(45)

(49)

(54)

(58)

(62)

(71)

1/2-13

(30)

(36)

(42)

(48)

(54)

(60)

(65)

(71)

(77)

(83)

(95)

1/2-20

(35)

(41)

(48)

(55)

(62)

(69)

(76)

(83)

(90)

(97)

(110)

9/16-12

(43)

(52)

(60)

(69)

(78)

(86)

(95)

(105)

(110)

(120)

(140)

9/16-18

(49)

(59)

(69)

(79)

(89)

(99)

(108)

(120)

(130)

(140)

(160)

5/8-11

(60)

(72)

(83)

(95)

(105)

(120)

(130)

(145)

(155)

(165)

(190)

5/8-18

(70)

(83)

(97)

(110)

(125)

(140)

(155)

(165)

(180)

(195)

(225)

3/4-10

(105)

(130)

(150)

(170)

(190)

(215)

(235)

(255)

(275)

(300)

(340)

3/4-16

(120)

(145)

(170)

(195)

(220)

(245)

(270)

(295)

(315)

(340)

(390)

7/8-9

(170)

(205)

(240)

(275)

(310)

(345)

(380)

(415)

(450)

(480)

(550)

7/8-12

(190)

(225)

(265)

(300)

(340)

(375)

(415)

(450)

(490)

(525)

(600)

7/8-14

(195)

(235)

(270)

(310)

(350)

(390)

(425)

(465)

(505)

(545)

(620)

1-8

(260)

(310)

(360)

(415)

(465)

(515)

(570)

(620)

(670)

(725)

(825)

1-12

(290)

(345)

(405)

(460)

(520)

(580)

(635)

(695)

(750)

(810)

(925)

1-14

(300)

(355)

(415)

(475)

(535)

(595)

(655)

(715)

(775)

(835)

(955)

1-1/8-7

(365)

(440)

(515)

(585)

(660)

(730)

(805)

(880)

(950)

(1030)

(1170)

1-1/8-12

(420)

(505)

(590)

(675)

(760)

(845)

(930)

(1010)

(1100)

(1180)

(1350)

1-1/4-7

(520)

(625)

(730)

(830)

(935)

(1040)

(1150)

(1250)

(1350)

(1460)

(1660)

1-1/4-12

(590)

(705)

(825)

(940)

(1060)

(1180)

(1290)

(1410)

(1530)

(1650)

(1880)

1-3/8-6

(680)

(815)

(950)

(1090)

(1220)

(1360)

(1500)

(1630)

(1770)

(1900)

(2170)

1-3/8-8

(740)

(885)

(1030)

(1180)

(1330)

(1470)

(1600)

(1770)

(1920)

(2060)

(2360)

1-3/8-12

(795)

(955)

(1110)

(1270)

(1430)

(1590)

(1750)

(1910)

(2070)

(2230)

(2550)

1-1/2-6

(905)

(1090)

(1270)

(1450)

(1630)

(1810)

(1950)

(2180)

(2360)

(2540)

(2900)

1-1/2-12

(1050)

(1260)

(1460)

(1670)

(1880)

(2090)

(2300)

(2510)

(2720)

(2930)

(3350)

1-5/8-12

(1340)

(1610)

(1880)

(2150)

(2420)

(2690)

(2960)

(3230)

(3490)

(3760)

(4300)

1-3/4-5

(1430)

(1710)

(2000)

(2280)

(2570)

(2850)

(3130)

(3430)

(3710)

(4000)

(4570)

1-3/4-12

(1690)

(2030)

(2370)

(2710)

(3050)

(3390)

(3720)

(4060)

(4400)

(4740)

(5420)

2-12

(2560)

(3080)

(3590)

(4100)

(4620)

(5130)

(5640)

(6150)

(6670)

(7180)

(8200)

2-1/4-8

(3530)

(4240)

(4940)

(5650)

(6350)

(7060)

(7760)

(8470)

(9180)

(9880)

(11 300)

D-2159, Rev 3 (9-99) Page 4

CONNECTING ROD CAP/DETUNER DONUT - MODIFIED SOCKET HEAD OR 12 POINT CAP SCREW NOMINAL SIZE Inch - TPI

TORQUE, LB x FT

TORQUE (NCCm)

TURN INDICATOR PART NUMBER

1/2--13

58

(79)

1/2--20

67

(91)

5/8--18

123

(167)

3/4--16

216

(293)

7/8--14

344

(466)

1-14

90 + 90E E

(122) + 90E E

B-1495

1-1/8--12

90 + 90E E

(122) + 90E E

B-1803

1-3/8--12

250 + 110E E

(340) + 110E E

B-2379

Not Applicable

12 Point Socket 1/4 Turn (90°)

Turn Indicator – Typical (90°)

MAIN BEARING CAP - 12 POINT CAP OR STUD-NUT

PISTON NUT - ARIEL DESIGN

NOMINAL SIZE Inch - TPI

TORQUE LB x FT

TORQUE (NCCm)

NOMINAL SIZE Inch - TPI

TORQUE LB x FT

TORQUE (NCCm)

1/2--13

58

(79)

7/8--12

222

(300)

5/8--11

97

(132)

1-1/8--12 (Multi-Stud)

620

(845)

7/8--9

280

(380)

1-1/4--12

695

(940)

1-1/8--7

540

(732)

1-5/8--12

1590

(2160)

1-3/8--12

250 +150E E

(340) + 150E E

2--12

3970

(5380)

ROTARY SCREW COMPRESSOR APPLICATION

NOMINAL SIZE X PITCH

TORQUE, LB x FT

TORQUE (NCCm)

Capscrew 12 Point or Hex Socket Head

M6 X 1

60 LB x IN.

(7)

M10 X 1.5

25

(35)

M12 X 1.75

45

(60)

M16 X 2

115

(155)

M20 X 2.5

225

(305)

M24 X 3

385

(525)

M27 X 3

570

(775)

Mechanical Seal Locknut

M60 X 2

25

(35)

(Use Loctite Grade 222)

M75 X 2

50

(70)

M90 X 2

90

(120)

M130 X 2

150

(200)

Slide Valve to Positioner Cylinder - Nut or Cap Screw

M16 X 2

38

(52)

(Use Loctite Grade 222)

M20 X 1.5

85

(115)

M24 X 3

130

(175)

M5 x 0.8

12 LB x IN.

(2)

Class 8.8 or Class 12.9

Slide Valve Position Indicator – Mounting & Cover Screws

D-2159, Rev 3 (9-99) Page 5

APPLICATION FASTENER

325 JGS & 162 JGS ENGINE-COMPRESSOR NOMINAL SIZE INCH--TPI

TORQUE LB x FT ENGINE

COMPR

TORQUE (NCCm) ENGINE

58

COMPR

Main Bearing - 12 Point Cap Screw

1/2--13

(79)

Connecting Rod Cap - 12 Point or Socket Head Cap Screw

7/16--20

46

---

(62)

---

1/2--13

---

62

---

(83)

Cylinder to Crankcase - 12 Point Cap Screw

1/2--13

58

---

(79)

---

Cylinder Head to Cylinder - 12 Point Cap Screw or Stud Hex Nut

3/4--10

180

---

(244)

---

Cylinder Head to Cylinder - Hex Cap Screw Grade 8

3/8--16

18

---

(24)

---

Water Manifold to Cylinder - Hex Cap Screw Grade 9

3/8--16

18

---

(24)

---

Intake Manifold to Cylinder Head - Hex Cap Screw -

3/8--16

26

---

(35)

---

Crosshead Pin Thru Bolt - Hex Flexloc Lock Nut

3/8--24

--

25

---

(34)

Spacer Bar - Hex Cap Screw Grade 9

5/8--18

Grade 9

Crankshaft Hub to Flywheel

105

(140)

325 JGS Hex Cap Screw Gr 9

5/8--18

140

---

(190)

---

162 JGS 12 Point Cap Screw

1/2--20

55

---

(75)

---

Coupling/Gear to Camshaft - 12 Pt or Socket Head

3/8--16

40

---

(54)

---

Retainer/Gear to Crankshaft - 12 Point Cap Screw

3/8--16

26

---

(35)

---

Rocker Box to Cylinder Head - Socket Head Cap Screw

3/8--16

18

---

(24)

---

Exhaust Elbow Cylinder - SST Socket Head Cap Screw

3/8--16

22

---

(30)

---

Lever to Governor - Socket Head Cap Screw

10--32

30 LB X IN

(3.4)

---

Auxiliary Drive Shaft to Flywheel - Hex Cap Screw Grade 9

3/8--16

26

(35)

Force Feed Lubricator - Hex Jam Nut

1--14

75

(102)

Crosshead Guide to Crankcase - 12 Point Cap Screw

1/2--13

---

48

---

(65)

Crosshead Guide to Cylinder - 12 Point Cap Screw

1/2--13

---

48

---

(65)

Oil Pump Drive Hub - Socket Head Cap Screw

1/4--28

Rod Packing - 12 Point Cap Screw

1/2--13

---

35

---

(48)

Piston Nut

7/8--12

---

305

---

(415)

Crosshead Nut

1--12

---

255

---

(345)

Distance Piece to Crosshead Guide - 12 Point Cap Screw

1/2--13

---

57

---

(77)

Spark Plug

14 mm

25

---

(34)

---

D-2159, Rev 3 (9-99) Page 6

108 LB X IN

(12.2)

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THE HANOVER COMPANY

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Viking Pump installation & Maintenance

Viking Pump, Technical Service Manual

Lubricator, Force Feed

Hoerbiger, Valves

DIGITAL NO-FLOW TIMER

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DNFT-LED-PS

DNFT-PRG-PS

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Material.................................................Stainless Steel, Aluminum Temperature Range........................................... -40o F to +185o F Switch Rating............................10 VA/240 VDC- 10VA/150 VAC** Epoxy Encapsulated............................UL LISTED EL-CAST VFR 641 Power..................................................................... Lithium Battery Alarm/Shutdown........................ Factory default for 3 minute alarm *PRG is programmable from 20 seconds to 4 minutes 15 seconds **10VA/150VAC P/N A-7210 & A-7211 only.

The DNFT-LED is a totally enclosed electronic device, combining the latest MONITORS MOVEMENT OF DIVIDER VALVE technology in microprocessor and transistor components for detecting PISTON FOR DEPENDABLE "TIMED" SHUTDOWN Slow-Flow and No-Flow of divider block lubrication systems. The DNFT incorporates an oscillating crystal to accurately monitor the cycle time of PROTECTION the lubrication system to enable precision timed shutdown capability. The magnet assembly and control housing mount directly to the divider valve to CLOSED LOOP OR OPEN LOOP OPERATION become an integral part of the lubrication system. The DNFT operates on internal lithium battery power, with an expected life of 6 to 10 years INSTALLS DIRECTLY TO DIVIDER VALVE depending on cycle time. PRG-RB model has replaceable battery. If battery voltage drops below normal operating levels, the DNFT goes into alarm NOT AFFECTED B Y TEMPERATURE OR OIL mode and the unit cannot be restarted. The DNFT comes in a wide range of VISCOSITY models to switch voltages of 240 VDC or 150 VAC. Both LED and PRG-RB models utilize an LED to indicate each cycle of the divider valve. This REQUIRES NO EXTERNAL POWER enables the operator to easily set and monitor lubrication rates. The PRGRB model comes with a liquid crystal display to display total pints, cycle LED INDICATOR OR LCD DISPLAY time of divider valve, total cycles of divider valve, and pints per day pump rate. The PRG-RB can easily be programmed for an alarm time from 20 PRG-RB IS PROGRAMMABLE TO DISPLAY: seconds to 4 minutes 15 seconds. TOTAL PINTS OPERATION PINTS PER DAY PUMP RATE Lubricant flow through the divider valve assembly forces the pistons to TOTAL DIVIDER VALVE CYCLES cycle back and forth causing a lateral movement of a magnet linked to the CYCLE TIME OF DIVIDER VALVE piston. Movement is monitored by the microprocessor which resets the timer, lights the LED, and allows the unit to continue operation. This PROGRAMMABLE A L A R M TIME (PRG-RB MODEL) indicates one complete cycle of the lubrication system. The microprocessor must receive this cycle in a predetermined time or a shutdown will occur. The DNFT will automatically reset alarm circuit when DEDICATED SWITCH CLOSURE TO M O N I T O R normal operation of divider valve resumes. EACH DIVIDER VALVE CYCLE (PS OPTION)

DIGITAL NO-FLOW TIMER

TYPICAL DNFT INSTALLATION INTERNAL VIEW OF DIVIDER VALVE HOUSING

ALLEN HEAD SET SCREWS (2) (A)

DNFT (B)

RED ORANGE BLACK GREEN YELLOW YELLOW

DNFT-LED-PS

24S

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O-RING SEAL (F)

WIRE LEADS (I)

HEX MAGNET HOUSING (C) MAGNET (H)

ALLEN HEAD SET SCREWS (2) (A)

DNFT (B)

#22 AWG 18" LEADS (4) STANDARD (6) WITH PROXIMITY SWITCH OPTION

RED ORANGE BLACK GREEN YELLOW YELLOW

O-RING SEAL (F)

PISTON ENCLOSURE PLUG (D)

SPACER

DIVIDER VALVE (E)

SPRING

WIRE LEADS (I)

ARIEL # A-6348 Wiring Diagram For NORMALLY CLOSED OPERATION (CLOSED LOOP) RED WIRE ORANGE WIRE BLACK WIRE

DNFT-LED-PS - A-6348

GREEN WIRE

RED-INSULATE FROM CONTACT DO NOT USE ORANGE-TO LUBE NO-FLOW IN CONTROL PANEL "+" POLARITY BLACK-TO COMMON IN CONTROL PANEL "-" POLARITY

GREEN WIRE-GROUND SECURELY

Wiring Diagram For NORMALLY OPEN OPERATION (OPEN LOOP)

RED-TO LUBE NO-FLOW IN CONTROL PANEL "+" POLARITY

ORANGE WIRE

BLACK WIRE

YELLOW WIRE

GREEN WIRE

YELLOW WIRE

CONNECT BLACK AND GREEN WIRE GROUND SECURELY

(2) YELLOW WIRES DEDICATED SWITCH CLOSURE TO MONITOR EACH DIVIDER VALVE CYCLE INSULATE FROM CONTACT WHEN NOT IN USE

ORANGE-INSULATE FROM CONTACT DO NOT USE

RED WIRE

DNFT-LED-PS - A-6348

SWITCH RATING 10VA/240VDC MAX

YELLOW WIRE YELLOW WIRE

GROUND

Control Panel Annunciator or PLC

Control Panel Annunciator or PLC SWITCH RATING 10VA/240VDC MAX

(2) YELLOW WIRES DEDICATED SWITCH CLOSURE TO MONITOR EACH DIVIDER VALVE CYCLE INSULATE FROM CONTACT WHEN NOT IN USE

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DIGITAL NO-FLOW TIMER

TROUBLESHOOTING DNFT-LED

NOTICE: WHEN MORE THAN ONE DNFT IS INSTALLED ON THE COMPRESSOR OR ENGINE, EACH DNFT MUST BE WIRED TO A SEPARATE ALARM CIRCUIT ON THE CONTROL PANEL, ANNUNCIATOR OR PLC TO SIMPLIFY TROUBLESHOOTING THE LUBRICATION SYSTEM AND DNFT.

1. LED does Not Blink, Control Panel Indicates Lube No-Flow

Loosen set screws, slide DNFT all the way onto hex of magnet housing and torque to 25 inch pounds max.(Do not over tighten) Cycle divider valve by pumping clean oil through system with lubrication system purge gun or running compressor. If necessary, adjust DNFT 1/16“ back until LED blinks with each cycle of divider valve. Loosen set screws, remove DNFT from magnet housing. Remove magnet assembly from divider valve. Remove magnet, spacer and spring. Check components for damage. Replace damaged spring or magnet and install on divider valve. If necessary, adjust DNFT, check for LED blink. Purge air from system with lubrication system purge gun.

A. Improperly Adjusted

(See also, 3.Erratic shutdown)

B. Spring or Magnet is Broken in Magnet Assembly

Loosen set screws, remove DNFT from magnet housing. Disconnect wiring and attach ohmmeter, red lead to red wire and black lead to black wire. Set meter to ohms. Depress magnet, meter should read 10 Megs. When DNFT alarms, meter should read 3.5 to 6.5 ohms. If over 10 ohms, replace DNFT. If necessary, adjust DNFT, and check for LED

C. Low Battery voltage

blink. Loosen set screws, remove DNFT from magnet housing. Check for damaged or bent magnet housing. Remove magnet assembly from divider valve. Replace magnet housing, magnet, spring and spacer. Re-install DNFT on magnet housing. If necessary, adjust DNFT, check for LED blink. Purge air from system with lubrication system purge gun. 2. After installation of A. Wrong Magnet Housing DNFT, Rupture Disc is Installed on Divider Valve Blown and Divider Valve is (See magnet assy. Below) Locked up.

Check system pressure insure oil is flowing to divider valves. If necessary install pressure gauge tomonitor operation of lubrication system. 1. Loosen outlet plugs in front of valve blocks. Fast purge the system with lubrication system purge gun until clean, clear, air free oil appears from plugs. 2. Loosen each piston enclosure plug individually to purge air from behind piston. Do not remove piston enclosure plugs. Tighten all divider valve plugs. Adjust DNFT. To insure proper operation of the divider block lubrication system, it is absolutely necessary that all tubing and components be filled with oil and free of air before start-up. A. Faulty wiring from DNFT to Disconnect wiring from DNFT in control panel and attach ohmmeter leads. Total 3. Erratic Shutdown Control Panel impedance in alarm state should be less than 10 ohms. Run new wiring to or LED blink B. Air in System (see 2B.) DNFT and recheck impedance. Air in divider valve system. (See 2B. Above) Check system pressure to insure oil is flowing to divider valves. If necessary, install pressure gauge to monitor operation of lubrication system. Check gauge C. Faulty Lube Pump to insure pump will build sufficient pressure to inject oil into cylinder. You cannot check for oil flow into cylinder by removing tubing from check valve and pumping oil to atmosphere. Replace pump. A. Incorrect Wiring 4. DNFT Will Not Reverse wiring connections in control panel. DNFT is polarity sensitive. B. Air or Debris in Divider Valve System.

Connections

Show Alarm

Magnet Assemblies and Applications

TYPICAL DNFT INSTALLATION O-RING OR ALLEN HEAD METAL GASKET SET SCREWS (2) INTERNAL VIEW OF MAGNET DIVIDER VALVE

24S 24S

DNFT

RED ORANGE BLACK GREEN YELLOW YELLOW

SPACER SPRING HEX MAGNET HOUSING

DNFT must be installed with correct magnet assembly for each divider valve manufacturer.

#18 AWG 18" LEADS (4) (6) WITH PROXIMITY SWITCH

PISTON ENCLOSURE PLUG DIVIDER VALVE

CAUTION: DISCONNECT ALL WIRING PRIOR TO WELDING ON

Trabon O-Ring Seal 1995 and Later 7/16"-20 Trabon Metal Gasket Seal 1994 or Earlier 7/16"-20 Lincoln O-Ring Seal Extended Nose 7/16"-20

Magnet Assy # A-6506

Magnet Assy # A-6507

Magnet Assy # A-6508

DIGITAL NO-FLOW TIMER

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.FLOW

RATES OF 6- 54 GPM

.TAMPER-PROOFTEMPERATURE SETTINGS

OF

65°F

.COMBINATIONS -Steel,

TO

235°F

AVAILABLE:

Bronze,

Cast Iron, and Aluminum

Housing -1/2" to 1-1/2" Pipe Sizes -Threaded .POSITIVE

& Flanged

Connections

The available Model CM, CL, CF and CCM valves may be used for diverting or mixing service. They are ideal for blending two streams of differing temperatures to a desired temperature. They make very economical temperature limiting valves to prevent scalding in home, motel or hotel hot water supply systems. Radiant heating systems can use these valves in limiting water temperature to prevent surface cracking and over-heating of plastic piping. Other applications include electronic and battery cooling circuits, pump temperature relief valves, etc.

3-W A Y V AL VE ACTION

.COMPLETEL

y SELF-CONTAINED

.ENGINE & COMPRESSOR COOLING SYSTEM OIL SYSTEMS

.COGENERATION SYSTEMS

HEAT RECOVERY

.PROCESSCONTROL .TEMPERATURE

When used as mixing valves or hot water temperature limiters, the differential pressure between C and B ports must not exceed 20 psi. When used in "Water Saver" applications pressure in at A must not exceed that at C or B ports by more than 75 psi. Many special variations on standard Model C valves are available for particular requirements.

APPLICATIONS

.LUBE

AMOT Model C Thermostatic Valves are available in a wide selection of sizes and settings to fill a multitude of fluid temperature control requirements. They utilize the proven expanding wax principle to actuate the S-way temperature element assemblies. Sturdy housings of cast iron, aluminum, bronze, or steel fit almost any applications or pressure rating. Because some fluids such as synthetic lubricants are not compatible with copper or brass, AMOT element assemblies are available with nickel plating.

MIXING OR DIVERTING

.Nickel plated element & Viton seals -synthetic lubricants -deionized water in electronic cooling circuits .Kanigen plated elements & Neoprene seals -lube system of ammonia refrigeration compressors -salt water systems .Kanigen plated elements & Buna N seals -lube systems with Hydrogen Sulfide in oil .Neoprene seals -lube oil system of freon refrigeration compressors .Leak holes -2-way water saver applications -start up under cold ambient conditions .Special threaded or flanged connections

~

APPLICATION

INSTALLATION

Model C is available in various versions for custom fit or application needs.

These valves may be mounted in any position. When connecting the piping, never use excessive force to stop thread leakage. Apply a quality thread sealant such as LoctiteTM Pipe Sealant to the pipe threads. Do not permit sand, scale, wood chips or other objects to enter the valve as they can block the element sliding valve and prevent proper operation.

Model CM -The most commonly selected version because of the wide availability of options. They have threaded connections and are for flows of 9 to 32 GPM.

Model CL -A low flow version of the Model CM. Selected for flow of 6 to 12 GPM (for lower flows see Model JL).

If the valve is to be installed at a high point in liquid systems, a small hole should be drilled in the top of the element, if no leak hole was ordered initially, to permit air to vent and to prevent build-up of air volume around the element.

Model CF -Flange version available only in 1-1/2 sizes. The cast iron valve has ANSI class 125# flat face flanges. For high pressure requirements the steel valve is available in ANSI class 150#, 300#, and 600# raise face flanges.

When valves are used for diverting service, the inlet is Port A (temperature sensing port), with Port C being connected to the cooler, and Port B connected to the cooler by-pass line. For mixing service, Port C is the cold fluid inlet port from the cooler, Port B is the hot by-pass fluid inlet, and Port A is the common outlet. Port A is the temperature sensing port and will mix the hot and cold fluids in the correction proportion so as to produce the desired outlet temperature leaving Port A. ~~

Model CCM -High flow version for 28 to 54 GPM. Only available in 1-1/4 NPT connections and cast iron body. A bronze version is special order .

PIPING DIAGRAMS FOR MIXING APPLICATIONS

FOR DIVERTING APPLICATIONS

Cold~

Heat

"Hot

.

~c

u v

~JJ I-u~

B- .By Pass

Exchanger

I

A Mixed

~I , z

Heat Source

SELECTION / DIMENSIONS

~1 I

I BRONZE

HOUSING

Basic Model

Pipe Size

1/2C 3/4C 1C 1-1/2C

-CM,

CL

1 !I Z -

~ 1Y.CCM

Net Weight

u

v

w

y

z

1/2

3-7/8

2-1/4

3-1/8

1-7/8

5-7/8

3/4

3-3/4

2-1/8

3-1/8

1-7/8

5-7/8

1

3-7/8 4-5/8

2-1/4 2-7/8

3-1/8 3-3/8

1-7/8 1-1/2

6-1/8 6-1/4

1-1/2

D

Yo, 0/0,1%, 1YoC -W

4-3/4 4-3/4 5 7-3/8

r-1/2W

x I ALUMINUM

3/4CM 1CM

HOUSING

3/4 1

-CM,

3-3/4 3-3/4

2-1/8 2-1/8

CAST IRON HOUSING

CL

3-1/4 3-1/4

-CM,

CF Model

RF-

2-1/8 2-1/8

2 2

6-5/16 6-5/16

.)

1-=1=-

CL, CCM

'1 .v

Basic Model

u

v

w

y

z

Net Weight

Pipe Size

Size --1

z 1/2CM

1/2

3-9/16

2

3-1/8

1-3/4

6

4-3/4

3/4CM

3/4

1CM

1

3-5/8 3-5/8

2 2

3-1/8 3-1/8

1-3/4 1-3/4

6 6

4-3/4 4-3/4

4-5/8 7-1/2

2-7/8 4-3/8

3-3/8 3-7/8

1-1/2 1-5/8

6-1/4 6-1/8

6-1/4 9-3/8

1-1/2CM

1-1/2

i i-1/4CCM

1-1/4

STEEL HOUSING 3/4C

3/4

1C

1

1-1/2CFSJ

1-1/2

1-1/2CFSH

1-1/2

,1-1/2CFSK

1-1/2

-CM,

3-5/8 3-5/8 7 8 8-3/4

X"l

[f

r

RF-

FLANGE

CL, CF

3-15/16 2-1/8 3-15/16 2-1/8 2-7/8 2-7/8 2-7/8

II

2-1/8 6-5/16 7-1/2 2-1/8 6-5/16 7-1/2 5 3-31/32 20 6-1/8 4-3/4 30 6-1/8 5-1/8 36

No.

of

x

RF

3-7/8

1/2

1/16

4-1/2

3/4

1/16

7/8

1/4

Holes

D

4

7/8

4

7/8

4

7/8

4-1/2

B,C

AVAILABLE

VERSIONS

TABLE

HOW TO ORDER Use Select Chart and Version Table to make basic selection. When ordering please specify the following: 1. Pipe Sizes connections (see Table A of Model Code System below) . 2. Indicate Model CM, CCM, CL or CF (see Table B). 3. Housing Material (see Table C). 4. Type of Connection (see Table D). 5. Nominal Temperature Setting (see Table E). 6. Element Type and Seal Material (see Table F). 7. Element Leak Hole, if required (see Table G).

SPECIFICATIONS Internal Trim Materials Stainless Steel & Bronze Standard Seal Materials Buna N Max. Pressure Drop Across Valve 20 psi (140 kPa) Valve Pressure Rating: Cast Iron Body 150 psi (134 kPa) Bronze Body 150 psi (134 kPa) Aluminum Body 350 psi (2412 kPa) Steel Body, CMS, CLS 700 psi (4823 kPa) CFSJ 230 psi (1585 kPa) -CFSH 655 psi (4512 kPa) CFSK 1050 psi (7234 kPa)

SELECTION

CHART

For long life, standard AMOT C valves should not be exposed to continuous temperatures exceeding 65°F above the nominal temperature setting. For occasional short periods such as 1/2 hour, they can be exposed to temperature of 90°F above the nominal temperature setting, but not to exceeded 250°F. Contact factory for special requirements.

MODEL CODE SYSTEM 1! .QM

TABLE

Valve Size

AIITABLE

Model Type

B

TABLE

c

Code

3/4" 1"

1-1/4"

A

B

c s

Material Aluminum

D**

No.

T T

Type Thread Type NPT

(Std)

Bronze

Cast Iron Steel

w

SAE

C-Ring

Seal

1-1/2" J

150#

ANSI

R.F. Flange H

300#

ANSI

R.F. Flange

*

Indicates Non-Standard Product Model CL uses a unique element assembly.

Special

TABLE

Setting oF rC) 65 75 85 95 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190 200 205 210 215 225 235

(18)

Requirements

T ABLE

E

Nominal Temperature

Thread

Material

No.

CM CCM CL CF

TABLE

Housing I

Code

1/2"

y

II Code No. 01

Element Type 1125X(Temp) (Standard

(29)

Element) 01

(38)

(54) (60) (66)

TABLE

10765X

(Temp)

06

1125X

06

10765X

(Temp) (Temp)

G

Element Leak Hole

Seal Material BunaN

Buna

CL Only

(43) (49)

F*

&Element Seal Material Type

(24) (35)

(MTO)

Viton

Code No. None

N

Leak

Hole

Diameter (STD)

B

1/32"

c

1-1/16"

D

3/32"

F

1/8"

G

1/4"

H

3/16"

Viton

CL Only

(71) (77) (82) (88) (93) (96) (99) (102) (107) (113)

** Former model coding omitted Table D.

Note: Letters or numbers in the MTO space, other than nothing A 1 or AA indicate the unit is built to special requirements, and some of the code numbers may not be valid. Check with the factory for full specification of such models.

MAINTENANCE When properly applied and installed, AMOT C Thermostatic Valves should operate for a number of years with no maintenance. The only maintenance required is the replacement of the thermostatic element and seals whenever some variation in the controlled temperature is noticed. The frequency of element replacement will depend upon operating conditions and the type of fluid being controlled. 8ecause of the diaphragm and plug construction of the waxactuated element, calibration will be maintained over thousands of cycles. Such accuracy is not available in the cheaper "squeeze-push" type of wax elements sometimes used by other manufacturers. An element may be quickly checked by immersing it in an agitated bath of water, or a water-glycol mixture for higher than boiling temperature. Never use oil for checking an element. At 1O°F to 12°F above the nominal setting, the bypass (8) port should be closed. The element part number and nominal temperature setting will be found stamped on the flange of the element.

SERVICE

No.

For convenience, O-ring Seals and Elements may be ordered as a kit as shown below, or they may be ordered individually by their Part No. When communicating with AMOT regarding operation of a control, always give the Model No. If ordering service parts kits, also include the description, Part No. and quantity desired. If any parts are ordered by reference No. only, please also include the Form No. , Revision No. , and date of this brochure.

KITS Seal Kit No. 9170XO11 Viton

Seal Kit No. 9170XOO1 Buna N Ref. 1

Order new elements by Part No. and Nominal Temperature Setting, which are found on the element flange. If these are not known, send the complete Model No. and Serial No. on the Valve Nameplate, requesting AMOT to furnish the correct element. O-ring Seals shown below should be replaced whenever replacing elements. Notice that 3 Seals are required on the Steel and Aluminum Models and 2 seals are required per element on the Cast Iron and Bronze Models. When reinstalling seals or installing new ones, always lubricate them with light grease to make installing of the element easier, and to prevent leakage of the housing.

* Qty.

Description

Part No.

O-ring O-ring O-ring O-ring

1205 277L145 11080LO01 11079LO01

4 5 6 7

l

Refo No.

* Qtyo

Description

Part No.

O-ring O-ring O-ring O-ring

706 878L145 11080LO02 11079LO02

1 1 1 1

4 5 6 7

This Service Parts List effective with valve Serial No. A791

*Two Kits required

AMOT

Controls

for Model

Corporation

401 First Street Richmond,

CA 94801

Controls

Controls

Bury St. Edmunds Suffolk

Fax: (510) 234-9950

AMOT

AMOT

Western

Tel: (510) 236-8300

@ 1993

1/4 CCM

Corporation

LId.

Way IP33 3SZ

England

AMOT

Controls

Route de Chailly CH-1814

S.A. 42

La Tour de Peilz

AMOT

Controls

Corporation

230 Orchard # 09-230

Faber

Road House

Tel: (0284)

762222

Tel: (41) 21944-91-61

Singapore 0923 Tel: (65) 235-8187

Fax: (0284)

760256

Fax: (41) 21944-91-50

Fax: (65) 235-8869

Switzerland

Form 193

8931

TECHNICAL SERVICE MANUAL HEAVY DUTY PUMPS SERIES 4195 and 495 SERIES GG - AL

SECTION TSM 144 PAGE 1 ISSUE B

CONTENTS Introduction Special Information Special Mechanical Seals Maintenance Disassembly Assembly Thrust Bearing Adjustment Installation of Carbon Graphite Bushings Pressure Relief Valve Instructions

1 2 2 2 3 5 7 7 7

INTRODUCTION

FIGURE 1 GG. HJ and HL 4195 SERIES Foot Type Unmounted Pump with Tapped Ports

The illustrations used in this manual are for identification purposes only and cannot be used for ordering parts. Obtain a parts list from the factory or a Viking® representative. Always give complete name of part, part number and material with model number and serial number of pump w hen ordering repair parts. The unmounted pump or pump unit model number and serial number are on the nameplate secured to the pump. In the Viking model number system, basic size letters are combined with series number (4195 and 495), indicating both the unmounted or mounted pump units. Model Number Chart UNMOUNTED PUMP

UNITS

FIGURE 2 AS, AK and AL 4195 SERIES Foot Type Unmounted Pump with Tapped Ports

Foot Mounted GG 4195 HJ 4195 HL 4195 AS 4195 AK 4195 AL 4195

Units Are Designed By The Un-Mounted Pump Model Numbers Followed By A Letter(s) Indicating Drive Style. D = Direct Drive

Flange Mounted GG 495

M = Horizontal Direct Drive

HJ 495 HL 495

FIGURE 3 GG. HJ and HL SIZE 495 SERIES Unmounted Pump with Tapped Ports

IM = Vertical In Line Direct Drive

AS 495 AK 495 AL 495

This manual deals only with Series 4195 and 495 Heavy Duty Pumps. Refer to Figures 1 thru 14 for general configuration and nomenclature used in this manual. Pump specifications and recommendations are listed in Catalog Section 144, Series 4195 and 495 Heavy Duty Pumps.

VIKING PUMP INC. • A Unit of IDEX Corporation •

FIGURE 4 AS, AK and AL SIZE 495 SERIES Unmounted Pump with Tapped Ports

SPECIAL MECHANICAL SEALS

SPECIAL INFORMATION

This bulletin illustrates the mechanical seal which is standard in the catalog pump. A Seal Installation Drawing will be furnished with a pump fitted with a nonstandard mechanical seal. Consult this Seal Installation Drawing before disassembling pump.

DANGER BEFORE OPENING ANY VIKING PUMP LIQUID CHAMBER (PUMPING CHAMBER, RESERVOIR, RELIEF VALVE ADJUSTING CAP FITTING ETC.) BE SURE: 1.

THAT ANY PRESSURE IN CHAMBER HAS BEEN COMPLETELY VENTED THROUGH SUCTION OR DISCHARGE LINES OR OTHER APPROPRIATE OPENINGS OR CONNECTIONS.

2.

THAT THE DRIVING MEANS (MOTOR, TURBINE, ENGINE, ETC.) HAS BEEN “LOCKED OUT” OR MADE NON OPERATIONAL SO THAT IT CANNOT BE STARTED WHILE WORK IS BEING DONE ON PUMP.

Modifications are required to install Teflon seals in these pumps. Contact factory for specific information. RELIEF VALVE ADJUSTING SCREW CAP

SUCTION

DISCHARGE

FIGURE 5

3.

THAT YOU KNOW WHAT LIQUID THE PUMP HAS BEEN HANDLING AND THE PRECAUTIONS NECESSARY TO SAFELY HANDLE THE LIQUID. OBTAIN A MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET (MSDS) FOR THE LIQUID TO BE SURE THESE INFORMATION PRECAUTIONS ARE SPECIAL UNDERSTOOD.

MAINTENANCE Series 4195 and 495 pumps are designed for long, troublefree service life under a wide variety of application conditions with a minimum of maintenance. The points listed below will help provide long service life. CLEANING PUMP: Keep pump as clean as possible. This will facilitate inspection, adjustment and repair work and help prevent overlooking a dirt covered grease fitting.

FAILURE TO FOLLOW ABOVE LISTED PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.

STORAGE: If pump is to be stored, or not used for six months or more, pump must be drained and a light coat of non-detergent SAE 30 weight oil must be applied to all internal pump parts. Lubricate fittings and apply grease to pump shaft extension. Viking suggests rotating pump shaft by hand one complete revolution every 30 days to circulate the oil.

ROTATION: Viking pumps operate equally well in a clockwise or counterclockwise rotation. Shaft rotation determines which port is suction and which is discharge. Suction Port is where pumping elements (gear teeth) come out of mesh.

SUGGESTED REPAIR TOOLS: The following tools must be available to properly repair Series 4195 and 495 pumps. These tools are in addition to standard mechanics’ tools such as open end wrenches, pliers, screw drivers, etc. Most of the items can be obtained from an industrial supply house.

PRESSURE RELIEF VALVES: 1. Viking pumps are positive displacement pumps and must be provided with some sort of pressure protection. This may be a relief valve mounted directly on the pump, an inline pressure relief valve, a torque limiting device or a rupture disk.

1. Soft Headed hammer 2. A lIen wrenches (set screws & special mechanical seals)

2. There are relief valve options available on those pump models designed to accept a relief valve. Options may include a return to tank relief valve and a jacketed relief valve. Pumps equipped with a jacketed head plate are generally not available with a relief valve.

3. Snap Ring Pliers INTERNAL – Viking Part No. 2-810-047-999 GG-HJ-HL 4195-495 EXTERNAL – Viking Part No. 2-810-029-375 GG-HJ-HL 4195-495

3. If pump rotation is reversed during operation, pressure protection must be provided on both sides of pump.

4. Mechanical Seal Installation Sleeve 2-751-001-900 for 0.75 inch seal; GG 4195-495 2-751-004-900 for 1.25 inch seal; AS-AL 4195-495

4. Relief valve adjusting screw cap must always point towards suction side of pump. If pump rotation is reversed, remove pressure relief valve and turn end for end. Refer to Figure 5.

5. Bearing Locknut Spanner Wrench (Source: #471 J.H. Williams & Co. or equal)

5. Pressure relief valves should not be used to control pump flow or regulate discharge pressure.

6. Spanner Wrench, adjustable pin type for use on bearing housing end cap. (Source: #482 J.H. Williams & Co. or equal)

For additional information on pressure relief valves, refer to Technical Service Manual TSM 000 and Engineering Service Bulletin ESB-31.

7. Brass bar 8. Arbor press

2

DANGER

1. Refer to figures 7 & 8 page 4 for model to be disassembled and name of parts. Models 4195 & 495 are disassembled and assembled the same. The difference between these models is the casings.

BEFORE OPENING ANY VIKING PUMP LIQUID CHAMBER (PUMPING CHAMBER, RESERVOIR, RELIEF VALVE ADJUSTING CAP FITTING ETC.) BE SURE:

2. Mark head and casing before disassembly to insure proper reassembly. The idler pin, which is offset in the pump head, must be positioned up an equal distance between port connections to allow for proper flow of liquid through the pump.

DISASSEMBLY

1.

2.

3.

THAT ANY PRESSURE IN CHAMBER HAS BEEN COMPLETELY VENTED THROUGH SUCTION OR DISCHARGE LINES OR OTHER APPROPRIATE OPENINGS OR CONNECTIONS.

3. Remove the head capscrews. NOTE: The four valve capscrews, valve and gasket must be removed from the GG 4195-495 model before the six head capscrews are removed. 4. Tilt top of head back when removing to prevent idler from falling off idler pin.

THAT THE DRIVING MEANS (MOTOR, TURBINE, ENGINE, ETC.) HAS BEEN “LOCKED OUT” OR MADE NON OPERATIONAL SO THAT IT CANNOT BE STARTED WHILE WORK IS BEING DONE ON PUMP.

5. Remove idler and bushing assembly. If idler bushing needs replacing, see “Installation of Carbon Graphite Bushings”, page 7. 6. Insert a brass bar or piece of hardwood in the port opening and between the rotor teeth to keep the shaft from turning. Turn the locknut counterclockwise and remove locknut. See Figure 9 or 10.

THAT YOU KNOW WHAT LIQUID THE PUMP HAS BEEN HANDLING AND THE PRECAUTIONS NECESSARY TO SAFELY HANDLE THE LIQUID. OBTAIN A MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET (MSDS) FOR THE LIQUID TO BE SURE THESE PRECAUTIONS ARE UNDERSTOOD.

7. Loosen two setscrews in face of bearing housing and turn thrust bearing assembly counterwise and remove from casing. See Figure 9 or 10. 8. GG, HJ, HL: Remove snap ring from shaft. See Figure 9. AS, AK, AL: Remove bearing spacer from shaft. See Figure 10.

FAILURE TO FOLLOW ABOVE LISTED PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.

9. Remove brass bar or piece of hardwood from port opening.

MECHANICAL SEAL HEAD

IDLER

ROTOR BALL BEARINGS

PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE

SHAFT SNAP RINGS IDLER PIN

CASING

HEAD GASKET

FIGURE 6 - CUTAWAY OF MODELS GG, HJ, or HL 4195

3

Modifications to pump casing and rotor are required for installation of optional Teflon® Mechanical Seal. Consult the factory.

FIGURE 7 – EXPLODED VIEW MODELS GG, HJ and HL 4195 and 495 ITEM

1 2 3 4 5 6

NAME OF PART

ITEM

Locknut Snap Ring, Outer Ball Bearing, Outer Snap Ring for Shaft * Bearing Housing Snap Ring, Inner

7 8 8A 9 10 11

NAME OF PART

ITEM

Ball Bearing, Inner Casing (4195) Casing (495) Pipe Plug Mechanical Seal Rotor and Shaft

12 13 14 15 16 17

NAME OF PART

Idler Bushing Idler and Bushing Head Gasket Idler Pin Head and Idler Pin Capscrew for Head

ITEM

18 19 20

NAME OF PART

Gasket for Relief Valve Relief Valve Capscrew for Valve

* NOT USED ON “GG” SIZE PUMPS

Modifications to pump casing and rotor are required for installation of optional Teflon® Mechanical Seal. Consult the factory.

FIGURE 8 – EXPLODED VIEW MODELS AS, AK and AL 4195 and 495 ITEM

NAME OF PART

ITEM

NAME OF PART

ITEM

1 2 3 4 5 6

Locknut Bearing Spacer Collar End Cap for Bearing Housing Lip Seal for Bearing Housing Ball Bearing, Outer Bearing Housing

7 8 9 10 10A 11

Bearing Spacer Ball Bearing, Inner Bearing Retainer Washer Casing (4195) Casing (495) Gasket for Re lief Valve

12 13 14 15 16 17

Teflon® - Registered Trademark of DuPont Dow Elastomers L.L.C.

4

NAME OF PART

Relief Valve Pipe Plug Capscrew for Valve Rotor and Shaft Mechanical Seal Idler Bushing

ITEM

18 19 20 21 22 23

NAME OF PART

Idler and Bushing Head Gasket Idler Pin Check Valve Head and Idler Pin Capscrew for Head

INNER BALL BEARING BALL BEARING

INNER SNAP RING

OUTER SNAP RING

LOCKNUT

SHAFT

SHAFT SNAP RING

BEARING HOUSING

BALL BEARING

FIGURE 9 – THRUST BEARING ASSEMBLY GG, HJ and HL SIZES

BALL BEARING SETSCREW

BEARING RETAINER WASHER INNER BALL BEARING

NYLON INSERT END CAP LIP SEAL

SHAFT

BEARING SPACER

LOCKNUT BEARING HOUSING SETSCREW

FIGURE 10 – THRUST BEARING ASSEMBLY AS, AK and AL SIZES

10. The rotor and shaft can now be removed by tapping on end of shaft with a lead hammer or, if using a regular hammer, use a piece of hardwood between shaft and hammer. The rotary member of the seal will come out with rotor and shaft. 11. AS,AK,AL:

13. GG, HJ, HL:

Remove inner snap ring and single row ball bearing from casing. AS, AK, AL: Remove single row ball bearing from casting.

14. Remove seal seat or stationary part of seal from casing.

Remove bearing retainer w asher. The washer may have stayed with Rotor and Shaft when removed or is against ball bearing. See Figure 10.

15. Disassemble thrust bearing assembly. GG, HJ, HL:

Remove outer snap ring from bearing housing and remove ball bearing. See Figure 9. AS, AK, AL: Loosen two set screws in flange outside diameter. Rotate end cap and lip seal counterclockwise and remove. Remove ball bearing. See Figure 10.

12. Remove the mechanical seal rotary member and spring from rotor and shaft assembly.

5

SPRING

The casing should be examined for wear, particularly in the area between ports. All parts should be checked for wear before pump is put together.

MECHANICAL SEAL (ROTARY MEMBER)

When making major repairs, such as replacing a rotor and shaft; it is advisable to also install a new mechanical seal, head and idler pin, idler and bushing. See "Installation of Carbon Graphite Bushings" page 7. Clean all parts thoroughly and examine for wear or damage. Check lip seals, ball bearings, bushing and idler pin and replace if necessary. Check all other parts for nicks, burrs, excessive wear and replace if necessary.

TAPERED SLEEVE COAT WITH LIGHT OIL BEFORE ASSEMBLY

Wash bearings in clean solvent. Blow out bearings with compressed air. Do not allow bearings to spin; turn them slowly by hand. Spinning bearings will damage race and balls. Make sure bearings are clean, then lubricate with non-detergent SAE 30 weight oil and check for roughness. Roughness can be determined by turning outer race by hand. Replace bearings if bearings have roughness.

FIGURE 11 ROTOR HUB SPRING MECHANICAL SEAL (ROTARY MEMBER)

Be sure shaft is free from nicks, burrs and foreign particles that might damage mechanical seal. Scratches on shaft in seal area will provide leakage paths under mechanical seal. Use fine emery cloth to remove scratches or sharp edges.

SHAFT

ASSEMBLY Assembly Notes On Standard Mechanical Seal (Synthetic Rubber Bellows Type)

FIGURE 12

READ CAREFULLY BEFORE REASSEMBLING PUMP 4. Place tapered installation sleeve on shaft, refer to Figure 11. Sleeve is furnished with GG, AS, AK and AL replacement mechanical seals. Coat rotor shaft, tapered installation sleeve and inner diameter of mechanical seal rotary member with a generous amount of non-detergent SAE 30 weight oil. Petrolatum may be used but grease is not recommended.

The seal used in this pump is simple to install and good performance will result if care is taken during installation. The principle of mechanical seal is contact between the rotary and stationary members. These parts are lapped to a high finish and their sealing effectiveness depends on complete contact.

5. Place seal spring on shaft against rotor hub. Refer to Figure 12.

Prior to installing rotary portion of mechanical seal, prepare and organize rotor shaft, head and idler assemblies and appropriate gaskets for quick assembly.

6. Slide rotary member, lapped contact surface facing away from spring, over installation sleeve on shaft until just contacting the spring. Do not compress spring. Remove installation sleeve.

Once rotary portion of mechanical seal is installed on rotor shaft, it is necessary to assemble parts as quickly as possible to insure the seal does not stick to shaft in wrong axial position. The seat will stick to the shaft after several minutes setting time.

7. Coat rotor shaft with non-detergent SAE 30 weight oil. Install shaft slowly pushing until the ends of rotor teeth are just below the face of the casing.

Never touch sealing faces with anything except clean hands or clean cloth. Minute particles can scratch the seal faces and cause leakage. 1.

2.

3.

8. Leave the rotor in this position. Withdrawal of rotor and shaft may displace the carbon seal rotating face and result in damage to the seal.

Coat idler pin with non-detergent SAE 30 weight oil and place idler and bushing on idler pin in head. If replacing a carbon graphite bushing, refer to Installation of Carbon Graphite Bushings, page 7.

9. Place O-ring gasket on head and install head and idler assembly on pump. Pump head and casing were marked before disassembly to insure proper reassembly. If not, be sure idler pin, which is offset in pump head, is positioned up and equal distance between port connections to allow for proper flow of liquid through pump.

Clean rotor hub and casing seal housing bore. Make sure both are free from dirt and grit. Coat outer diameter of seal seat and inner diameter of seal housing bore with non-detergent SAE 30 weight oil.

10. Tighten head capscrews evenly. 11. If pump was equipped with a relief valve and was removed during disassembly, install on head with new gaskets. Relief valve adjusting screw cap must always point towards suction port. Refer to Figure 5 page 2. For relief valve repair or adjustments, see PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE INSTRUCTIONS, Page 7.

Start seal seat in seal housing bore. If force is necessary protect seal face with a clean cardboard disc and gently tap i1 in place with a piece of wood. Be sure seal seat is completely seated in the bore.

6

THRUST BEARING ADJUSTMENT

12. Pack inner ball bearing with multi-purpose grease, NLGI #2. GG, HJ, HL:

See Figures 9 and 10.

Install bearing in casing with sealed side towards head end of pump. Drive the bearing into the bore. Tap the inner race with a brass bar and lead hammer to position bearing.Install inner snap ring.

Loosen two screws in face of thrust bearing assembly. If shaft cannot be rotated freely, turn thrust bearing assembly counterclockwise until shaft can be turned easily.

AS, AK, AL: Install bearing retainer washer over the shaft before installing ball bearing. Install ball bearing in casing with sealed side towards head end of pump. Drive the bearing into the bore. Tap the inner race with a brass bar and lead hammer to position bearing.

To set end clearance:

13. GG, HJ, HL: Install shaft snap ring in groove in the shaft. See Figure 9. AS, AK, AL: Install bearing spacer over shaft and against single row ball bearing. See Figure 10. 14. Pack lubrication chamber between inner ball bearing and double row ball bearing in the thrust bearing assembly approximately one-half full of multi-purpose grease, NLGI #2. The thrust bearing assembly will take the remaining space. See Figure 9 and 10. 15. Pack double row grease, NLGI #2.

ball

bearing

with

1.

While turning rotor shaft, rotate thrust bearing assembly cloc kwise until noticeable drag occurs. This is zero end clearance.

2.

Mark position of bearing housing with respect to the casing.

3.

Rotate thrust bearing assembly counterclockwise the distance listed below as measured on outside of bearing housing.

4.

Tighten two setscrews in face of bearing housing after adjustment is made to secure thrust bearing assembly position. For viscosities above 2500 SSU, add additional end clearance (0.004” for GG, HJ and HL size pumps and 0.005” for AS, AK and AL size pumps).

multi-purpose

GG, HJ, HL: Install ball bearing into bearing housing with shield side toward coupling end of shaft. See Figure 9. Install snap ring into bearing housing to retain ball bearing. This snap ring has a tapered edge to fit tapered groove in bearing housing. The tapered edge is located away from ball bearing. AS, AK, AL: Install ball bearing into bearing housing. Install lip seal in bearing housing end cap. The lip should face towards end of shaft. Put bearing spacer collar in lip seal and install in bearing housing and tighten set screws securely. See Figure 10. 16. Insert brass bar or hardwood through port opening betw een rotor teeth to keep shaft from turning.

Pump Size

Distance In Inches On O.D. Of Bearing Housing

End Clearance

GG

0.44”

.003

HJ, HL

0.56”

.003

AS, AK, AL

0.5”

.003

INSTALLATION OF CARBON GRAPHITE BUSHINGS

17. Start thrust bearing assembly into casing. Turn by hand until tight. This forces rotor against head. Replace and tighten locknut or shaft.

When installing carbon graphite bushings, extreme care must be taken to prevent breaking. Carbon graphite is a brittle material and easily cracked. If cracked, the bushing will quickly disintegrate. Using a lubricant and adding a chamfer on the bushing and the mating part will help in installation. The additional precautions listed below must be followed for proper installation:

18. Remove brass bar or hardwood from port opening. 19. Adjust pump end clearance, refer to page 7.

DANGER

1. A press must be used for installation.

BEFORE STARTING PUMP, BE SURE ALL DRIVE EQUIPMENT GUARDS ARE IN PLACE.

2. Be certain bushing is started straight. 3. Do not stop pressing operation until bushing is in proper position, starting and stopping will result in a cracked bushing.

FAILURE TO PROPERLY MOUNT GUARDS MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.

4. Check bushing for cracks after installation.

7

PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE INSTRUCTIONS

DISASSEMBLY DANGER BEFORE OPENING ANY VIKING PUMP LIQUID CHAMBER (PUMPING CHAMBER, RESERVOIR, RELIEF VALVE ADJUSTING CAP FITTING ETC.) BE SURE:

FIGURE 13 VALVE - GG, HJ, and HL SIZES VALVE - LIST OF PARTS 1.

Valve Cap

6.

Valve Body

2. Adjusting Screw

7.

Valve Spring

3.

Lock Nut

8.

Poppet

4.

Spring Guide

9. Cap Gasket

5.

Bonnet

1.

THAT ANY PRESSURE IN CHAMBER HAS BEEN COMPLETELY VENTED THROUGH SUCTION OR DISCHARGE LINES OR OTHER APPROPRIATE OPENINGS OR CONNECTIONS.

2.

THAT THE DRIVING MEANS (MOTOR, TURBINE, ENGINE, ETC.) HAS BEEN “LOCKED OUT” OR MADE NON OPERATIONAL SO THAT IT CANNOT BE STARTED WHILE WORK IS BEING DONE ON PUMP.

3.

THAT YOU KNOW WHAT LIQUID THE PUMP HAS BEEN HANDLING AND THE PRECAUTIONS NECESSARY TO SAFELY HANDLE THE LIQUID. OBTAIN A MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET (MSDS) FOR THE LIQUID TO BE SURE THESE PRECAUTIONS ARE UNDERSTOOD.

FAILURE TO FOLLOW ABOVE LISTED PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.

Mark valve and head before disassembly to insure proper reassembly. 1. Remove valve cap. 2. Measure and record length of extension of adjusting screw. Refer to “A” on Figures 13 and 14. 3. Loosen locknut and back out adjusting screw until spring pressure is released. 4. Remove bonnet, spring guide, spring and poppet from valve body. Clean and inspect all parts for wear or damage and replace as necessary.

ASSEMBLY

FIGURE 14 VALVE – AS, AK and AL SIZES

Reverse procedures outlined under Disassembly. If valve is removed for repairs, be sure to replace in same position. Relief valve adjusting screw cap must always point towards suction side of pump. If pump rotation is reversed, remove relief valve and turn end for end. Refer to Figures 5, page 2.

VALVE - LIST OF PARTS 1.

Valve Cap

6.

Valve Body

2. Adjusting Screw

7.

Valve Spring

3.

Lock Nut

8.

Poppet

4.

Spring Guide

9. Cap Gasket

5.

Bonnet

10. Bonnet

8

TECHNICAL SERVICE MANUAL SECTION TSM144 PAGE 9 ISSUE B

HEAVY DUTY PUMPS SERIES 4195 and 495 SERIES GG - AL

DANGER BEFORE STARTING PUMP, BE SURE ALL DRIVE EQUIPMENT GUARDS ARE IN PLACE. FAILURE TO PROPERLY MOUNT GUARDS MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.

PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT If a new spring is installed or if pressure setting of pressure relief valve is to be changed from that which the factory has set, the following instructions must be carefully followed. 1. Carefully remove valve cap which covers adjusting screw. Loosen locknut which locks adjusting screw so pressure setting will not change during operation of pump. 2. Install a pressure gauge in discharge line for actual adjustment operation. 3. Turn adjusting screw in to increase pressure and out to decrease pressure. 4. With discharge line closed at a point beyond pressure gauge, gauge will show maximum pressure valve will allow while pump is in operation.

IMPORTANT In ordering parts for pressure relief valve, always give model number and serial number of pump as it appears on nameplate and name of part wanted. When ordering springs, be sure to give pressure setting desired.

VIKING PUMP INC. • A Unit of IDEX Corporation •

WARRANTY Viking warrants all products manufactured by it to be free from defects in workmanship or material for a period of one (1) year from date of startup, provided that in no event shall this warranty extend more than eighteen (18) months from the date of shipment from Viking. If, during said warranty period, any products sold by Viking prove to be defective in workmanship or material under normal use and service, and if such products are returned to Viking’s factory at Cedar Falls, Iow a, transportation charges prepaid, and if the products are found by Viking to be defective in workmanship or material, they will be replaced or repaired free of charge, FOB. Cedar Falls, Iowa. Viking assumes no liability for consequential damages of any kind and the purchaser by acceptance of delivery assumes all liability for the consequences of the use or misuse of Viking products by the purchaser, his employees or others. Viking will assume no field expense for service or parts unless authorized by it in advance. Equipment and accessories purchased by Viking from outside sources which are incorporated into any Viking product are warranted only to the extent of and by the original manufacturer’s warranty or guarantee, if any.

THIS IS VIKING’S SOLE WARRANTY AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, WHICH ARE HEREBY EXCLUDED, INCLUDING IN PARTICULAR ALL WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. No officer or employee of IDEX Corporation or Viking Pump, Inc. is authorized to alter this warranty.

VIKING PUMP INC. • Copyright© 2000 •

Valve Design CT High Endurance Valve Newest Valve Design For High Piston Velocity Applications For Air and Gas Compressors VALVE TYPES:

64

GET

75

GFT

88

GFT

100

GGT

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The smaller diameter valves of the CT Series (under4.75") use Spring plates rather than coil springs. The use of spring plates in conjunction with uniform seat ports provide a superior flow efficiency in this type CT valve. The "out of parallel" motion of the smaller valve plates is much less severe than the larger plates, which makes the outer port less susceptible to damaging impact forces. As the valve size increases the spring load on the outer port becomes more important; a factor which is nor as critical on the smaller sizes. The spring plates are nested with the fingers interfacing in the middle, which prevents wear on the non-metallic plate. The spring plates come in pairs and provide a very favorable load curve for efficient valve opening.

DISCHARGEVALVEASSEMBLY 1

Valve

2

Guide

ring

3

Valve

plate

4

Spring

5

Guard

6

seat

12-Point

plates Capscrew

With/Without

(Secured

threaded

with

Loctite)

washer

(not shown)

FIRST IN QUALITY AND DESIGN HOERBIGER

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Valve Design CT High Endurance Valve Newest Valve Design For High Piston Velocity Applications For Air and Gas Compressors VALVE

TYPES:

77

GET

90

GFT

102

GFT

116 127 137 148

CGT CGT CHT CHT

158 CJT 169 CJT 179 CKT

190 200 211 221

CKT CLT CLT CMT

This newest valve design is a development to cope with conditions in the latest high speed Air and Gas cylinders (piston velocities of up to 1200 fpm). The design is available with non-metallic valve plates only. It uses a unique steel cushion plate to enhance the life of the valve plate. On these valve types, coil springs are used and positioned on the outer perimeter of the plate to cushion the opening and closing motion and to stabilize the plate against wobbling. A slightly curved wafer plate located between guard and cushion plate adds not only an additional dampening element but prevents damaging sticking of plates in lubricated service. The valve is designed with flow efficiency in mind, and seat and guard areas are liberal and balanced with the increased free lift areas. This is a true " long life -high performance" valve available in sizes up to 10" diameter. Every HOERBIGER valve is adaptable to existing pocket dimensions and designed to attain the optimum valve lift, spring load, plate thickness and total valve height, based on the operational data of the individual compressor cylinder.

DISCHARGEVALVEASSEMBLY 1

Valve

2

Guide

ring

3

Valve

plate

4

Cushion

plate

5

Closing

springs

6

Wafer

7

Guard

8

seat

12-Point

plate Capscrew

With/Without (not shown)

V147A

A1V147/2A12DUOOD

(Secured

threaded

washer

with

Loctite)

ASSEMSL Y OF 12 POINT CAP SCREW (CENTER SOL T) IN "cr' STYLE COMPRESSOR VAL VES 1.0 PROCEDURE 1.1 Threads are to be clean and free of burrs. 1.2 F or valves manufactured after 1-1-95 and which are stamped "SPL ", see illustration below, lubricate both the threads and fastener seating surfaces with a petrolelJm type lubricant. Use a lubricating oil or Lubriptate 630. Molybdenum disulfide lubricants and Never-Seez are not to be used for fastener lubrication, unless specified, or excessive stress can result with the listed torque values. Assemble valve, install cap screw and tighten to the torque value shown in the table using a calibrated torque wrench. The Spiralock thread form of the female thread, when the bolt is properly tightened, will prevent loosening during compressor operation.

BOTTOM

VIEWS SPIRALOCK

THREADED

VAL\'£

ASSEMBLY

-MARKED

SPL

1 3 F or valves manufactured prior to 1-1-95 and D.Q1marked SPL, the center cap screw must- be locked with Loctite #272 high temperature thread locking compound. Clean both the male and female threads with Loctlte Safety Solvent. Apply one or two drops of Loctlte #272 to the male threads assemble valve, Install cap screw and tighten to the torque value shown In the table using a calibrated torque wrench. DO NOT USE ANY ADDITIONAL THREAD LUBRICANTS

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ASSEMBL Y OF 12 POINT CAP SCREW (CENTER BOLT) IN ..cr' STYLE COMPRESSOR VALVES Cap Screw Head Marking.

Bolt Grade

Grade 5

Grade 8-8 Modified

Alloy Steel

Alloy Steel

Stainless

Torque

Torque LB.FT

Grade 8

Grade

Alloy Steel

5

Equivalent:

Bolt Material Size

I Torque

LB.FT

LB.FT

I Torque

Steel LB.FT

5116-24

26

18

18

10

318-24

45

32

32

'6

7 /16-20

62

so

50

24

Remarks

Superseded 9/1/96

Interim Steel Cap Screw

I Steel Produdion Cap

Saew

Production Stainless Steel Cap Screw

LB-FT x 1.35582 = N-m

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KF Hale Series HC-730 • Carbon Unibody G

Size 2 • 1/ 2"

4 • 1" 7 • 2" 3 • 3/ 4" 6 • 11/ 2" Series Q • HC-730 T • HXC-730 Trim (Ball & Stem) 1 • Carbon Steel (HC-730CS) 2 • Stainless Steel (HS-730SS) Actuation 1 • Handle 2 • Handle w/Locking Device

Assembly Base No.

F A Port

U500X - X X X

• Plated Carbon Steel or Stainless Steel Ball • Sizes 1/2"-2" • 2000 psi WOG Sizes 1/2"-1" 1500 psi WOG Sizes 11/4"-2" • Threaded Ends • Bar Stock Body through 1" • Lever Handles • Locking Handle Available

B

Assembly Base Numbers

Dimensional Data (in.)

3/ 4 Valve Size (in.) 1/2 1 1 1/ 2 2 Rating 2000 psi CWP 1500 psi CWP Series HC-730 U5002-Q1X U5003-Q1X U5004-Q1X U5006-Q1X U5007-Q1X

ValveSize (in.) Dimension Weight lbs. A B F G

Parts List and Materials Index

Description

1

Material CS 12L14 (11/2"-1" HC-730 & 11/2"-2" HXC-730)

Body*

or A216 WCB (11/2"-2" HC-730) Retainer Carbon Steel 12L14 Ball Carbon Steel 12L14 Chrome Plated or 316 Stainless Steel Stem Carbon Steel 12L14 or 316 Stainless Steel Thrust Washer RTFE

2 3 4 5

1/2

3/4

1

1 1/2

2

.5 .40 2.19 1.63

.8 .54 2.62 1.73

1.4 .68 3.12 2.08 5.10

3.1 1.00 4.00 2.58

5.0 1.25 4.50 2.98

3.78

Index Description 6 Stem Seal 7 Follower 8 Spring Washer 9 Nuts 10 Handle 11 Seats

6.10

Material RTFE 304 Stainless Steel Carbon Steel, Zinc plated Carbon Steel, Zinc plated Carbon Steel, Zinc plated and Vinyl dipped RTFE

*11/2" - 2" HXC 730 = 2000 psi CWP with CS 12L14 body

KF Hale Series HC-740 • Carbon Two-Piece Size 0 • 1/4"

2 • 1/ 2" 4 • 1" 3 • 3/4" 5 • 11/4" Series V • HXC-740 (11/4"-2") P • HC-740 Trim (Ball & Stem) 1 • Carbon Steel Plated 2 • 316 Stainless Steel Actuation 1 • Handle 2 • Locking Handle 1 • 3/8"

Assembly Base No.

F

A Port

U500X - X X X

B

Assembly Base Numbers • Sizes 1/4"-2" • Threaded Ends • 2000 psi WOG Sizes 1/4"-1" 1500 psi WOG Sizes 1 1/4"-2" • Bar Stock Body through 1" • Plated Carbon Steel or Stainless Steel Ball • Lever Handles • Locking Handles Available

14

1/4 3/8 1/2 Valve Size (in.) Rating 2000 psi CWP SeriesHC-740 5000-P1X 5001-P1X 5002-P1X ValveSize (in.) 1 1 1/4 1 1/2 Rating 2000 psi CWP 1500 psi CWP SeriesHC-740 5004-P1X 5005-P1X 5006-P1X

Dimensional Data (in.) 3/4

5003-P1X 2 5007-P1X

Parts List and Materials Index 1 2 3 4 5 6

Description

G

6 • 11/ 2" 7 • 2"

Material 1/4"-1") or A216 WCB Steel C12L14 (1 Body* (11/4"-2"), Zinc Phos. coating Stem Steel C12L14, Nickel plate or 316 Stainless Steel Thrust Washer Reinforced PTFE Stem Seal Reinforced PTFE Follower 304 Stainless Steel Spring Washer Steel, Zinc plate

ValveSize (in.) 1/4 3/8 1/2 3/4 1 Dimension Weight lbs. .6 .6 .8 1.4 2.4 A .40 .54 .68 .88 B 2.00 2.37 2.90 3.41 F 1.63 1.73 2.08 2.30 G 3.78 5.10

1 1/4 1 1/2

2

2.7 4.5 1.00 1.25 3.94 4.65 2.76 2.98 6.10

6.1 1.50 4.98 3.54 8.60

Index Description Material 7 Nut Steel, Zinc plate 8 Handle Steel, Zinc plate 8 Handle Cover Vinyl 9 Ball Seat Reinforced PTFE 10 Ball Steel C12L14, Chrome plate or 316 Stainless Steel 11 End Cap Seal PTFE 12 End Cap Steel C12L14, Zinc Phos. coating

*11/4"- 2" HXC 740 = 2000 psi CWP with CS C12L14 body

KF reserves the right to change designs, materials or specifications without notice or without obligation to furnish or install such changes on products previously or subsequently sold.

KF SeriesA,AH, C, CA, E Floating Ball Valves page 1 of 2

Installation, Operation,And Maintenance ?

G

U

I

D

E

Series A pictured, lock not included.

Reconditioning

Installation Install valve in piping system using proper size gaskets/seal rings or threaded end connections. Threaded valves require a thread sealant/lubricant for proper make-up. Caution: Inspect male pipe thread for damage (i.e. nicks, burrs etc.) prior to installation. Also, do not over tighten NPT connection or thread joint damage may occur.

Operation KF Ball Valves are recommended for on-off service only. Throttling may cause excessive non-uniform wear on seats, preventing tight shut-off. All KF Ball Valves open by rotating handle in counter-clockwise direction.

Maintenance KF Ball Valves are permanently lubricated during assembly and normally require no routine maintenance. However all Series A, AH, C, CA and E assemblies include an external stem lube fitting for periodic lubrication of stem journal if desired.

To replace seats, ball or body seal: See exploded view on page two. Open valve, unscrew adapter (2) from body (1). Remove body seal (5). Turn ball (4) to the closed position and remove. Remove seats (7) with care to prevent damaging flat surfaces of the seat cavity in body and adapter. Clean seat cavities and body seal seating surfaces using fine emery. Replace seats and ball. Grease body seal and position it in its groove in the adapter. Replace adapter, assuring that it butts metal-to-metal against the body. To Replace Stem or Stem Seal: With ball removed loosen set screw or locknut and lift handle/square nut from stem. Remove retainer (13), allowing removal of stop plate (12) and stem bearing (6). Remove stem (3), stem seals (9), and thrust bearing (10) through body bore. Clean stem journal in body using fine emery. Grease stem journal. Place thrust bearing and stem seals on stem in that order. Apply a coat of grease to all parts. Replace stem, using a wooden pry against the bottom of the stem if necessary. Assure that the stem seals are not pinched during re-assembly. Replace stem bearing, stop plate and retainer. Reaffix handle/square nut on stem and tighten set screw. Re-assemble valve as above.

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Component Parts ?

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Parts List No. 1 2 3 4

Description Body Adapter Stem Ball

No. 5 6 7 8

Description Adapter Seal Stem Bearing Seats Stop

No. 9 10 11 12

Description Stem Seals Thrust Bearing Handle/Square Nut Stop Plate

No. 13

Description Retainer

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Orifice Plate/Ring Joint Holder Brochure Overview-General Universal Orifice Plates Cat. No. 500 Overview Dimensions Orifice Plate Seals How to Order Paddle Type Orifice Plates Cat. No. 520 Overview Dimensions Class 125-150, 250-350, 400, 600, 900, 1500, 2500 Weights Special Bores How to Order Ring Joint Orifice Plate Holders Overview Dimensions-Class 300/600, 900, 1500, 2500 Plates for RJ Holders How to Order Orifice Bore Calculations

Design Specifications DESIGN SPECIFICATIONS Two basic styles of Orifice Plates are available: Catalog No. 500 Universal Size for use in Orifice Fittings and Ring-Joint Plate Holders, and Catalog No. 520 Paddle Type for use in Orifice Flanges. Specific tolerances which apply to all Daniel Orifice Plates are as follows:

Bore: Orifice bore tolerance in strict accordance with A.P.I. Chapter 14, Section 3, A.G.A. Gas Measurement Committee Report No. 3, A.S.M.E. Fluid Meters Committee Report, I.S.O., I.S.A., and with other societies' recommendations.

Edges: Square and sharp, will not reflect a beam of light when viewed without magnification.

Material: Stock materials are 304 and 316 Stainless Steel, Monel, and Hastelloy. Other materials furnished upon request.

Finish: 15-30 micro-inch roughness.

Design: Normal stocked items are the standard design used in all industries. Special designs are available on Flatness: Flat within 0.010 inches, per inch of dam height. (Dam request. height = pipe diameter minus orifice diameter, divided by 2.) Sizes: Daniel Orifice Plates have been furnished in line sizes from 1/4 inch to 60 inches.

Orifice Fitting Plates, Product Overview ORIFICE FITTING PLATES CATALOG NO. 500 Universal Size Orifice Plates, originated by Daniel, are the standard used in many industries. They can be used interchangeably in all Daniel Orifice Fittings and Plate Holders. The Universal Size is the most economical style of plate available because of low initial cost, less maintenance, and less storage space required; furthermore, the necessity of stocking plates for various pressure ranges is eliminated. Four types of sealing units are available for use with Daniel Catalog No. 500 orifice plates. These are the "DSC" Dual Seal, which is removable up through 10" size; the "TSC" Teflon Seal, available to 16" size; and the "MSC" Metal Seal, available to 12" size. All of the above units are removable.

CATALOG NUMBER 500 ORIFICE PLATES

Orifice Fitting Plates, Dimensional Information ORIFICE FITTING PLATES

LINE SIZE (INCHES)

PLATE O.D. A

PLATE THICKNESS B (INCHES)

BLANK WEIGHT (LBS.)

3/4 1 1 1/2 2 2 1/2 3 4 6

1.125 1.312 2.000 2.437 2.812 3.437 4.406 6.437

1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8

.06 .06 .11 .17 .25 .34 .55 1.18

8 10 12* 14* 16* 18* 20* 24* 26* 30* 34* 36* 42*

8.437 10.687 13.079 14.563 16.563 18.563 20.563 24.500 26.750 30.750 35.228 38.000 44.000

1/8 1/4 1/4 1/4 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 1/2 1/2 1/2 3/4

2.03 6.41 9.61 11.91 15.41 18.45 22.78 32.80 62.00 112.00 134.00 156.00 338.00

*See document entitled "Handle-Type Ring-Joint Orifice Plate Holders" for "A" dimensions of 12-inch and larger Universal type plates which may be used in Ring-Type Joint Plate Holders. "TS" (TEFLON) seals, Snap Seals, and "MS" (METAL) seals. CATALOG NO. 510 "3DVS"** Universal size 12" and large orifice fitting plates include a synthetic rubber sealing unit ("3DVS") bonded to both sides of the plate for a nonmetallic seal in the orifice fitting body seats. "A" dimension shown above for these sizes includes the 3DVS Seal. The "3DVS" is the standard plate for most applications in these sizes. Other type seals, shown in the document entitled "Orifice Plate Sealing Units," are also available for use with Catalog 500 plates in these sizes. **Patented # 5318073.

Orifice Plate Sealing Units The Daniel Dual Seal is the most simple and practical orifice plate sealing device for normal flowing streams. It is precision molded from 70-80 shore nitrile synthetic rubber** and provides four rubber-to-metal sealing surfaces 360º around the plate. The units positively seal against both outer faces of the plate and against both seats of the orifice fitting to prevent leakage.

"DSC" in 2"-8", "DS" in 10"

On request, a special metallic-oxide lubricant coated "DSC" seal is available. In 1-1/2" to 10" sizes, the "DSC" is interchangeable with Daniel "TSC" and "MSC" seal units. In 12" sizes and up, the seal is bonded from 80-90 shore rubber directly to the outer edge of the orifice plate at the factory. If damaged, the "DVSC" seal and plate may be returned to the factory for revulcanizing. The "DSC" and "DVSC" seals are used in pressure ratings to 600 lbs. ANSI, in temperatures from -20ºF to +275ºF. *US Patent # 5085250. **Also available in Viton. The Daniel Snap Seal Ring is a removable orifice plate holder designed for use in services where elastomer seal swelling is a problem. Certain media, such as ethylene or carbon dioxide may cause seal swelling when other type holders are removed from high-pressure service. The Snap Seal Ring unit consists of two symmetrical metal rings, each one having an O-ring on both sides for a positive seal on the plate side and the fitting side of the ring. These rings center and secure the orifice plate between them. The assembled unit provides a full 360º rubber-to-metal seal around both sides, even in the absence of any pressure differential. No special tools are required for assembly or disassembly.

"SSRC" 2"-8", "SSR" 10" & up

The Snap Seal Ring is designed for service temperatures ranging from -20ºF to +275ºF (standard O-rings) to -67ºF to +437ºF (Viton O-rings). It is available for line sizes of 2" through 16". When ordering, please specify nominal line size, schedule, plate thickness, and flowing media or material choice. The unit is available in 316 stainless steel and cadmium-plated carbon steel. *US Patent # 4,478,251.

The Daniel Teflon Seal is a superior orifice plate sealing unit for difficult, corrosive flows and for higher temperatures than the "DSC" unit can handle. The "TSC" has proven effective in such flows as dilute sulphuric acid, fuming nitric acid, hydrazine, liquid oxygen and other unusual flows, from -65ºF to +500ºF. The two-piece unit consists of an inlet ring which fits around the plate outer diameter, and a downstream ring fitted with metal clips for assembling the unit. A special lip on this ring plus an annular groove* provide compression to effectively seal off the plate. The "TSC" unit can be assembled or taken apart by hand and is interchangeable in 1 1/2" to 10" sizes with Daniel "DSC" and "MSC" seal units.

"TSC" 2"-8", "TS" 10" & up

"MSC" 2"-8", "MS" 10" & up

The Teflon seal is recommended for services with pressure ratings of 900 lbs. ANSI to 2500 lbs. ANSI or lower pressure services where rubber seals may not be satisfactory. Size 14" and larger now have graphite added for lubricity and ease of movement. *This groove should be spread by inserting a blunt object such as screw driver and rotating 360º to reengage the spring lip after each use. The Daniel Metal Seal is a stainless or cadmium-plated carbon steel clip-ring assembly recommended for high pressures and for temperatures up to 1200ºF. The assembly consists of an upstream and a downstream ring. The upstream ring has a recessed groove into which a thin leaf-spring is inserted. When the plate is clamped between the rings, the spring provides the necessary compression to seat the plate against the downstream ring and effect a seal. "MSC" Seal Units of cadmium-plated carbon steel are recommended for services to +600ºF, standard 316 stainless steel units to +1000ºF, and 316 stainless steel units with an iconel spring to +1200ºF. The "MSC" seal unit can be assembled or taken apart by hand and is interchangeable in 1-1/2" to 12" sizes with Daniel "DSC" and "TSC" seal units.

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Orifice Fitting Plates, Ordering Information WHEN ORDERING, PLEASE SPECIFY: 1. CATALOG NUMBER 2. LINE SIZE 3. DIMENSION "A", IF NOT AS LISTED 4. MATERIAL 5. QUANTITY 6. REQUIRED ORIFICE SIZE

7. TYPE SEAL UNIT (Units shown in document entitled "Orifice Plate Sealing Units") All Daniel Orifice Plate Sealing United are interchangeable in 1 1/2" - 10" sizes.

Orifice Flange Plates, Product Overview ORIFICE FLANGE PLATES PADDLE-TYPE, CATALOG NO. 520 Daniel Paddle-Type Orifice Plates are used with Orifice Flange Unions. All outer diameters of the plates are machined/laser cut providing a uniformly circular disc. This results in a high degree of concentricity of the orifice bore and the plate outer diameter. Next, handles are carefully welded on. The plates are then sanded in special machines to a prescribed finish. Blank plates and plates with popular bore sizes are stocked continuously. Each plate is stamped on its handle with line size, flange rating, orifice bore and plate material. Daniel maintains a stock in Types 304 and 316 Stainless Steels in standard thickness. Other sizes and materials are available on request.

*1/8" for sizes through 24"; 1/4" for 30" or larger.

Diameters of holes in Paddle Plate Handles are as follows: Plate Size 1/2" thru 2" 2 1/2" thru 12" 14" thru 24" 26" and larger

Hole Diameter 1/4" 3/8" 1/2" 3/4"

ANSI 125 & 150 Class Orifice Flange Plate ORIFICE FLANGE PLATES ANSI 125 & 150 CLASS (picture of FRONT ELEVATION and SIDE SECTIONAL ELEVATION) DIMENSIONS (IN INCHES) LINE SIZE

A

B

C

D

1/2 3/4 1 1 1/4 1 1/2 2 2 1/2 3 4 5 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 30 36

1 7/8 2 1/4 2 5/8 3 3 3/8 4 1/8 4 7/8 5 3/8 6 7/8 7 3/4 8 3/4 11 13 3/8 16 1/8 17 3/4 20 1/4 21 1/2 23 3/4 26 28 1/8 34 5/8 41 1/8

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2

1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/4 1/4 1/4 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 1/2 1/2

ANSI 250 & 300 Class Orifice Flange Plate ORIFICE FLANGE PLATES ANSI 250 & 300 CLASS (picture of FRONT ELEVATION and SIDE SECTIONAL ELEVATION) DIMENSIONS (IN INCHES) LINE SIZE

A

B

C

D

1/2 3/4 1 1 1/4 1 1/2 2 2 1/2 3 4 5 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 30 36

2 1/8 2 5/8 2 7/8 3 1/4 3 3/4 4 3/8 5 1/8 5 7/8 7 1/8 8 1/2 9 7/8 12 1/8 14 1/4 16 5/8 19 1/8 21 1/4 23 3/8 25 5/8 27 3/4 30 3/8 37 3/8 43 7/8

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2

1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/4 1/4 1/4 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 1/2 1/2

ANSI 400 Class Orifice Flange Plate ORIFICE FLANGE PLATES ANSI 400 CLASS (picture of FRONT ELEVATION and SIDE SECTIONAL ELEVATION) DIMENSIONS (IN INCHES) LINE SIZE

A

B

C

D

1/2 3/4 1 1 1/4 1 1/2 2 2 1/2 3 4 5 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 30 36

2 1/8 2 5/8 2 7/8 3 1/4 3 3/4 4 3/8 5 1/8 5 7/8 7 8 3/8 9 3/4 12 14 1/8 16 1/2 19 21 1/8 23 1/4 25 3/8 27 1/2 30 1/8 37 1/4 43 7/8

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2

1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/4 1/4 1/4 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 1/2 1/2

ANSI 600 Class Orifice Flange Plate ORIFICE FLANGE PLATES ANSI 600 CLASS (picture of FRONT ELEVATION and SIDE SECTIONAL ELEVATION) DIMENSIONS (IN INCHES) LINE SIZE

A

B

C

D

1/2 3/4 1 1 1/4 1 1/2 2 2 1/2 3 4 5 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 30 36

2 1/8 2 5/8 2 7/8 3 1/4 3 3/4 4 3/8 5 1/8 5 7/8 7 5/8 9 1/2 10 1/2 12 5/8 15 3/4 18 19 3/8 22 1/4 24 26 3/4 28 7/8 31 38 1/8 44 3/8

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2

1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/4 1/4 1/4 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 1/2 1/2

ANSI 900 Class Orifice Flange Plate ORIFICE FLANGE PLATES ANSI 900 CLASS (picture of FRONT ELEVATION and SIDE SECTIONAL ELEVATION) DIMENSIONS (IN INCHES) LINE SIZE

A

B

C

D

1/2 3/4 1 1 1/4 1 1/2 2 2 1/2 3 4 5 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 24

2 1/2 2 3/4 3 1/8 3 1/2 3 7/8 5 5/8 6 1/2 6 5/8 8 1/8 9 3/4 11 3/8 14 1/8 17 1/8 19 5/8 20 1/2 22 5/8 25 27 3/8 32 7/8

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2

1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/4 1/4 1/4 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8

ANSI 1500 Class Orifice Flange Plate ORIFICE FLANGE PLATES ANSI 1500 CLASS (picture of FRONT ELEVATION and SIDE SECTIONAL ELEVATION) DIMENSIONS (IN INCHES) LINE SIZE

A

B

C

D

1/2 3/4 1 1 1/4 1 1/2 2 2 1/2 3 4 5 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 24

2 1/2 2 3/4 3 1/8 3 1/2 3 7/8 5 5/8 6 1/2 6 7/8 8 1/4 10 11 1/8 13 7/8 17 1/8 20 1/2 22 3/4 25 1/4 27 5/8 29 5/8 35 1/2

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2

1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/4 1/4 1/4 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8

ANSI 2500 Class Orifice Flange Plate ORIFICE FLANGE PLATES ANSI 2500 CLASS (picture of FRONT ELEVATION and SIDE SECTIONAL ELEVATION) DIMENSIONS (IN INCHES) LINE SIZE

A

B

C

D

1/2 3/4 1 1 1/4 1 1/2 2 2 1/2 3 4 5 6 8 10 12

2 3/4 3 3 3/8 4 1/8 4 5/8 5 3/4 6 5/8 7 3/4 9 1/4 11 12 1/2 15 1/4 18 3/4 22 5/8

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 6 6

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2

1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/4 1/4

Orifice Flange Plates, Blank Plate Weights ORIFICE FLANGE PLATES BLANK PLATE WEIGHTS (IN POUNDS) LINE SIZE (INCHES)

ANSI CLASS 125 & 150

ANSI CLASS 250 & 300

ANSI CLASS 600

ANSI CLASS 900

PLATE THICKNESS (INCHES)

1/2 3/4

.09 .16

.12 .21

.12 .21

.12 .21

1/8 1/8

1 1 1/2 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 24

.31 .43 .59 .93 1.46 2.34 3.61 10.37 14.92 18.01 35.03 35.60 48.81 68.21

.36 .52 .66 1.10 1.57 2.94 4.36 11.73 15.84 20.86 38.52 47.37 56.81 79.59

.36 .52 .66 1.10 1.78 3.33 4.73 14.25 18.52 21.40 42.18 49.95 61.88 82.89

.42 .56 1.03 1.37 2.01 3.87 5.89 16.79 21.95 23.92 43.61 54.20 64.86 93.90

1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/4 1/4 1/4 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8

Special Orifice Plate Bores The Bore and Bevel is the standard method of limiting the plate edge thickness. The bevel is machined on a 45º angle to the desired edge thickness. Unless otherwise specified, plates will be beveled to 1/50 of the line I.D. or 1/8 of the orifice bore, minimum governing.

BORE AND BEVEL The Bore and Counterbore is a special method to limit the plate edge thickness. Instead of beveling at the normal 45 degrees, the plate is counterbored to the desired edge thickness.

BORE AND COUNTERBORE Segmentally Bored orifice plates are provided for measurements where solids are entrained in a gas or liquid flow stream. The circular portion of the bore is inscribed within a circle which is normally 98% of the pipe diameter. The segmental opening may be placed either at the top or bottom of the pipe. Industries using these bores include sewage treatment, steel, chemical, water conditioning, paper, and petrochemical.

SEGMENTAL Eccentrically Bored plates are plates with the orifice off-center, or eccentric, as opposed to concentric. The bore of the eccentric orifice normally is inscribed in a circle which is 98% of the pipe diameter, so that solids or slurries may pass through. Eccentric orifice plates are used in many industries including heavy and light chemicals, steel, paper, atomic and petrochemicals.

ECCENTRIC

The Quarter-Round, or Quadrant Bore, is an orifice with the inlet edge rounded. The radius of the quarter-circle bore is a function of the orifice-to-pipe ratio (d/D). Thickness at the throat is equal to the radius. Overall plate thickness is frequently greater than for standard plates. This bore is specifically designed for fluids of high viscosity, such as heavy crudes, syrups, and slurries. Quarter-Round bores are recommended for viscous flows having Reynolds Numbers below 100,000.

QUARTER-ROUND

Orifice Flange Plates, Ordering Information WHEN ORDERING, PLEASE SPECIFY: 1. CATALOG NUMBER 2. SIZE, FLANGE ANSI RATING 3. DIMENSION "A", IF NOT AS LISTED 4. MATERIAL 5. QUANTITY 6. REQUIRED ORIFICE SIZE

Handle-Type Ring-Joint Orifice Plate Holders, Product Overview HANDLE-TYPE RING-JOINT ORIFICE PLATE HOLDERS Daniel Ring-Joint Orifice Plate Holders are fitted with Catalog No. 500 Orifice Plates and are used with Ring-Joint Orifice Flanges. The Oval Form is standard. Catalog No. 580 Plate Holders are equipped with a steel snap-ring which clamps the orifice plate snugly in place. Catalog 590 Plate Holders have hold-down screws to keep the plate in the holder. Both 580 and 590 styles have a gasket between the plate and holder. Catalog No. 560 Plate Holders are a one-piece integral plate seal. Orifice Plates are not included and must be ordered separately. Catalog No. 560 Plate Holders are available in all sizes in Type 304 and 316 Stainless Steel. Catalog 580 and 590 Plate Holders are available in cadmium-plated mild steel and Type 304 and Type 316 Stainless Steel in most sizes and ratings.

ANSI 300-600 Class Ring-Joint Orifice Plate Holder

DIMENSIONS (in inches) AND A.P.I. RING NUMBERS ANSI 300-600 CLASS RING-JOINT ORIFICE PLATE HOLDERS LINE SIZE

A.P.I. RING NOS.

A?

B

APPROXIMATE GAP*

1/2

R-11

29/32

4 1/4

19/32

3/4

R-13

1

4 1/4

19/32

1 1 1/2

R-16 R-20

1 1

4 1/4 4 1/4

19/32 19/32

2?

R-23

1 1/16

4 1/4

19/32

2 1/2?

R-26

1 1/16

5 1/4

19/32

3? 3 1/2?

R-31 R-34

1 1/16 1 1/16

5 1/4 4 1/4

19/32 19/32

4?

R-37

1 1/16

5 1/4

19/32

5?

R-41

1 1/16

6 1/4

19/32

6? 8?

R-45 R-49

1 1/16 1 1/16

6 1/4 6 1/4

19/32 19/32

10

R-53

1 3/16

7 1/4

23/32

12

R-57

1 3/16

7 1/4

23/32

14

R-61

1 3/16

7 1/4

23/32

16

R-65

1 5/16

7 1/4

27/32

18 20

R-69 R-73

1 5/16 1 3/8

7 1/4 7 1/4

27/32 23/32

24

R-77

1 7/16

7 1/4

13/16

*Approximate distance between flanges. ?Cat. 560 Holders in 2" through 8" sizes have 1/4" thick plates as standard. Add 1/8" to "A" and "Approximate Gap" dimensions for 560 Holders in these sizes. NOTE: Catalog No. 560 Plate Holders are available in all sizes and Ring Numbers. Catalog 580 Plate Holders are available in all A.P.I. Ring Numbers from 1-1/2" and up. Catalog No. 590 Plate Holders are available in 2" size and up in all Ring Numbers except 2", R-23 and 2-1/2", R-26. Other sizes, materials, ANSI and special flange ratings are available on special order.

ANSI 900 Class Ring-Joint Orifice Plate Holder

DIMENSIONS (in inches) AND A.P.I. RING NUMBERS ANSI 900 CLASS RING-JOINT ORIFICE PLATE HOLDERS LINE SIZE

A.P.I. RING NOS.

A?

B

APPROXIMATE GAP*

1/2

R-12

1

4 1/4

19/32

3/4 1

R-14 R-16

1 1

4 1/4 4 1/4

19/32 19/32

1 1/2

R-20

1

4 1/4

19/32

2? 2 1/2?

R-24 R-27

1 1/16 1 1/16

5 1/4 5 1/4

17/32 17/32

3?

R-31

1 1/16

5 1/4

17/32

4?

R-37

1 1/16

5 1/4

17/32

5?

R-41

1 1/16

6 1/4

17/32

6? 8?

R-45 R-49

1 1/16 1 1/16

6 1/4 6 1/4

17/32 17/32

10

R-53

1 3/16

7 1/4

21/32

12

R-57

1 3/16

7 1/4

21/32

14

R-62

1 7/16

7 1/4

23/32

16

R-66

1 9/16

7 1/4

27/32

18

R-70

1 11/16

7 1/4

7/8

20

R-74

1 9/16

7 1/4

3/4

24

R-78

1 7/8

9 1/4

25/32

*Approximate distance between flanges. ?Cat. 560 Holders in 2" through 8" sizes have 1/4" thick plates as standard. Add 1/8" to "A" and "Approximate Gap" dimensions for 560 Holders in these sizes. NOTE: Catalog No. 560 Plate Holders are available in all sizes and Ring Numbers. Catalog 580 Plate Holders are available in all A.P.I. Ring Numbers from 1-1/2" and up. Catalog No. 590 Plate Holders are available in 2" size and up in all Ring Numbers except 2", R-23 and 2-1/2", R-26. Other sizes, materials, ANSI and special flange ratings are available on special order.

ANSI 1500 Class Ring-Joint Orifice Plate Holder

DIMENSIONS (in inches) AND A.P.I. RING NUMBERS ANSI 1500 CLASS RING-JOINT ORIFICE PLATE HOLDERS LINE SIZE

A.P.I. RING NOS.

A?

B

APPROXIMATE GAP*

1/2

R-12

1

4 1/4

19/32

3/4

R-14

1

4 1/4

19/32

1 1 1/2

R-16 R-20

1 1

4 1/4 4 1/4

19/32 19/32

2?

R-24

1 1/16

5 1/4

1/2

2 1/2?

R-27

1 1/16

5 1/4

1/2

3? 4?

R-35 R-39

1 1/16 1 1/16

5 1/4 5 1/4

1/2 1/2

5?

R-44

1 1/16

6 1/4

1/2

6?

R-46

1 3/16

6 1/4

9/16

8? 10

R-50 R-54

1 5/16 1 7/16

6 1/4 7 1/4

19/32 23/32

12

R-58

1 11/16

8 1/4

3/4

14

R-63

1 7/8

8 1/4

25/32

16

R-67

2 1/8

9 1/4

1

18

R-71

2 1/8

9 1/4

1

20

R-75

2 1/8

10 1/4

7/8

24

R-79

2 5/16

11 1/4

1

*Approximate distance between flanges. ?Cat. 560 Holders in 2" through 8" sizes have 1/4" thick plates as standard. Add 1/8" to "A" and "Approximate Gap" dimensions for 560 Holders in these sizes. NOTE: Catalog No. 560 Plate Holders are available in all sizes and Ring Numbers. Catalog 580 Plate Holders are available in all A.P.I. Ring Numbers from 1-1/2" and up. Catalog No. 590 Plate Holders are available in 2" size and up in all Ring Numbers except 2", R-23 and 2-1/2", R-26. Other sizes, materials, ANSI and special flange ratings are available on special order.

ANSI 2500 Class Ring-Joint Orifice Plate Holder

DIMENSIONS (in inches) AND A.P.I. RING NUMBERS ANSI 2500 CLASS RING-JOINT ORIFICE PLATE HOLDERS LINE SIZE

A.P.I. RING NOS.

A?

B

APPROXIMATE GAP*

1/2

R-13

1

4 1/4

19/32

3/4

R-16

1

4 1/4

19/32

1 1 1/2

R-18 R-23

1 1 1/16

4 1/4 5 1/4

19/32 1/2

2?

R-26

1 1/16

5 1/4

1/2

2 1/2?

R-28

1 3/16

5 1/4

9/16

3? 4?

R-32 R-38

1 3/16 1 5/16

6 1/4 6 1/4

9/16 19/32

5?

R-42

1 7/16

7 1/4

19/32

6?

R-47

1 7/16

7 1/4

19/32

8? 10

R-51 R-55

1 9/16 2

8 1/4 8 1/4

5/8 13/16

12

R-60

2 1/8

9 1/4

7/8

*Approximate distance between flanges. ?Cat. 560 Holders in 2" through 8" sizes have 1/4" thick plates as standard. Add 1/8" to "A" and "Approximate

Gap" dimensions for 560 Holders in these sizes. NOTE: Catalog No. 560 Plate Holders are available in all sizes and Ring Numbers. Catalog 580 Plate Holders are available in all A.P.I. Ring Numbers from 1-1/2" and up. Catalog No. 590 Plate Holders are available in 2" size and up in all Ring Numbers except 2", R-23 and 2-1/2", R-26. Other sizes, materials, ANSI and special flange ratings are available on special order.

Universal Plates for Use in RTJ Holders UNIVERSAL PLATES FOR USE IN RTJ HOLDERS (no seal units included) DIMENSIONS (Inches)** LINE SIZE 12 14 16

PLATE O.D. A 12.593 14.000 16.000

PLATE THICKNESS B 1/4 1/4 3/8

18 20 24 26 30

18.000 20.000 24.000 26.000 30.000

3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 1/2

**Dimensions for 10" size and below in document entitled "Orifice Fitting Plates, Dimensional Information."

Handle-Type Ring-Joint Orifice Plate Holders, Ordering Information WHEN ORDERING, PLEASE SPECIFY: 1. CATALOG NUMBER 2. SIZE 3. RING NO. OR ANSI FLANGE PRESSURE RATING 4. MATERIAL

5. QUANTITY 6. REQUIRED ORIFICE SIZE

Orifice Bore Calculations ORIFICE BORE CALCULATIONS The Daniel Orifice Calculation Department is a separate engineering branch responsible for the fast and accurate calculation of orifice plate bores. The computerized department utilizes the latest published trade statistics to figure and verify calculations. Their calculations are recorded on a reproducible data sheet from which a copy is made and sent to the customer. The original is kept on file for 5 years. To insure prompt calculations, information relative to either gas, liquid or steam flow should be furnished.

COMPRESSOR UNIT OPERATION & MAINTENANCE MANUAL

THE HANOVER COMPANY

ARIEL WARRANTY

To:

Attn: Adm. Asst. – Sales Ariel Corporation 35 Blackjack Road Mount Vernon OH 43050 USA

Date: Phone: 740-397-0311 Fax: 740-397-3856

From:

RECIPROCATING COMPRESSOR WARRANTY NOTIFICATION AND INSTALLATION LIST DATA ! ! ! ! !

Coverage Under ARIEL’S Warranty Policy Is Based Upon Receipt Of Notification And Complete Information

Fabricator

Customer

Company Address City Fabricator’s Unit No.

Company State

Zip

Address City

State

Documentation and Accessories

Compressor Frame

Are the Following Included in Unit Shipment?

Frame Model Frame Serial No. FPackage Shipment Date Package Start-Up Date

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Operator’s Technical Manual Unit parts list and drawings Recommended spare parts list Start-up check list Toolbox, Ariel tools & spare oil filter

! ! ! ! !

yes yes yes yes yes

! ! ! ! !

no no no no no

Applied RPM Diver Manufacturer Applied Horsepower Coupling Manufacturer

Model

Zip

Unit Location Project Name Closest Town Country Offshore ! yes ! no Directions to Location

Prime Mover (Driver)

Unassigned Resale Direct Sale Lease-Purchase Rental/Lease Unit

State

Model Contact Person(s)

DMS – Digital Monitoring System ! yes ! no Contact Phone “OK” to Contact: ! yes ! no

DMS Serial No.

Operating Conditions Compressor Application: (Gathering, Injection, Recycle, Booster, Pipeline, etc) Gas Compressed (NG, CO2, N2, Air, etc.) Gas Analysis is Attached ! yes ! no

Specific Gravity Capacity Elevation Ft. ‘N’ value Non-lubed Cylinders: ! yes ! no H2S % CO2 Photographs1: ! yes ! no

MMSCFD

%

Compressor Cylinders & Operating Conditions Cylinder2 Class

Stage Number

Throw Number

Serial Number

Bore Diameter Inches

Inlet °F

PSIG

Discharge °F PSIG

Compressor Cylinder Oil Used, Make/Type 1 2

Place a card on the unit showing the frame serial number in approx. 6 inch letters. Capture the entire package in the photographs. Examples: If cylinder is a 4-5/8H tandem – Then class is “H-CE” or “H-HE”; If cylinder is 4-5/8H tandem, forged steel – Then class is “H-FS-CE” or “H-FS-HE”. For tail rod cylinders add “-TR” suffix. 3/00

ATTN: ADM. ASST. - SALES ARIEL CORPORATION 35 BLACKJACK ROAD MOUNT VERNON OH 43050 USA