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Before installation or starting the compressor for the

first time, this manual should be studied carefully to


obtain a clear knowledge of the unit and of the duties to
be performed while operating and maintaining the unit
RETAIN THIS MANUAL WITH UNIT.
This Technical manual contains IMPORTANT SAFETY
DATA and should be kept with the air compressor at all
times.
EP 20/25/30 - ESP
OPERATORS/
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
PARTS
RECOMMENDED SPARES
APDD 6558
September 1996
AIR COMPRESSOR GROUP
BONDED WARRANTY & REGISTERED START UP
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Correction by the or latent, in the manner and for the of time
provided above. shall fulfillment oi all liabilities !he Company for such nonconformities based
on contract, warranty negligence, indemnity, strict liability or otherwise with respect to or arising out of such
is considered to be defective, withoui: first notifying tl1e Company
such Equipment will be at Purchaser's sole risk and liability.
limitation or
The remedies of the
this contract or the
thereof, or from the sale,
under this contract, whether passed on
not exceed the purchase price of the unit of rn111nmArn
The and its shall in no
of contract !or any
out or any breach thereof. or any in, or failure or malfunction
whether based upon loss of use, lost profits or revenue. interest, lost goodwill, work
goods, loss by reason of shutdown or increased expenses of operation,
ment power or claims of Purchaser or customers for service whether or not such
damage is based on contract, warranty, negligence, indemnity, strict liability or
or
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INGERSOLL-RAND COMPANY
CONTROL
BOX
PRESSURE
GAUGE
ROTARY SCREW AIR COMPRESSOR
This unit was
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PRESSURE
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RECEIVER

TYPICAL ESP UNIT
AIR FILTER
TUBE SEPARATOR
AIRElllD
FINAL
DISCHARGE
TABLE OF CONTENTS
0.0 SAFETY AND WARNINGS
0.1 safety instructions
0.2 safety
0.3 decals
1.0 RECEIPT OF EQUIPMENT
1.1 inspection
1.2 and h::>1ra.-llinn
2.0 INSTALLATION
2.1 ventilation
2.2 foundation
2.3 outdoor installations
2.4
2.5 electrical installation
2.6 voltage conversion
2. 7 bolt removal
2.8 rotation check
2.9 before !
3.0 SYSTEMS
3.1 general information
3.2 coolant system
3.3 air systems
3.4 control
3.5 pressure switch "rn'""""''""
4.0 MAINTENANCE
4.1 maintenance schedule
4.2 maintenance records
4.3 maintenance
4.4 pressure relief valve check
4.5 sheave
4.6 drive belts
4.7 belt tension
4.8 shaft seal
4.9 inlet air filter element
4.10 coolant filter
4.11 coolant change
4.12 coolant
4.13 coolant separator filter element
4.14 separator tank scavenge
check valve/screen/orifice
4.15 cooler cores
4.16 motor greasing
5.0 TROUBLE SHOOTING
2
6.0 REFERENCE DRAWINGS
6:1 electrical schematic - full
6.2 electrical schematic - star delta
6.3
6.4 foundation plan - tank mounted
6.5 foundation - base mounted
6.6 flow
7.0 PARTS LIST
7.1 introduction
7.2 parts
starter
starter
- full
- star delta
components
starter box with pressure switch
7.3 recommended spare parts
8.0 MAINTENANCE RECORD
GENERAL I FORMATION
Co1olir1a Air Flow:
60 1-lz: 1800 cfm
50 Hz: 1500 cfm
limit: 35F to 115F to
Coolant: Filled ROTALUBE 1000
COOLANT
Coolant 1,000 hours or one year, whichever
comes when ROTALUBE 1000 COOLANT
Tools: U.S. Standard and metric are
maintenance
228F
to perform
under license from Cash
Ltd. United States and
patents pending.
0.0 SAFETY AND WARNINGS
0.1 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Before you install this air compressor you should take the
time to carefully read all the instructions contained in this follows:
manual.
air have the po1tential to cause
or property damage.

manual are bold-faced
words DANGER, WARNING and
hazard seriousness levels as
Danger is used to indicate the presence of
a hazard which will cause severe personal
injury, death, or substantial property dam-
age if the warning is ignored.
Before installing, wiring, nn,or'""'nn or any
adjustments, identify the components of air compressor
using this manual as a guide.
..-.,.--------. Warning is used to indicate the presence of
nn,"'r'""'r should use common sense and good
nr:"t'""'"'" while operating and maintaining this unit. Follow
codes, pipe adequately, understand the and
stopping sequence. Check the devices
the procedure contained in this manual.
Maintenance should be done ade-
quately equipped with proper Follow maintenance
schedules as outlined in the operators manual to ensure
problem free operation after start up.
0.2 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

NOTICE
a hazard which can cause severe personal
injury, death, or substantial property dam-
age if the warning is ignored.
Caution is used to indicate the presence of
a hazard which will or can cause minor per-
sonal injury or property damage if the warn-
ing is ignored.
Notice is used to notify people of installa-
tion, operation, or maintenance information
which is important but not hazard-related.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
BEFORE PROCEEDING, READ CAREFULLY BEFORE
COMPRESSOR OR PERFORMING
WARNING
COMPRESSED AIR AND ELECTRICITY
ARE DANGEROUS.
BEFORE DOING ANY WORK ON THIS
UNIT, BE SURE THE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
HAS BEEN CUT OFF-LOCKED & TAGGED
AND THE ENTIRE COMPRESSOR SYSTEM
HAS BEEN VENTED OF ALL PRESSURE.
1. Do not remove the covers, loosen or
remove any fittings, connections or
devices when this unit is in operation. Hot
liquid and air under pressure that are con-
tained within this unit can cause severe
injury or death.
2. The compressor has high and danger-
ous voltage in the motor starter and con-
trol box. All installations must be in accor-
dance with recognized electrical codes.
Before working on the electrical system,
be sure to remove voltage from the system
by use of a manual-disconnect-switch. A
circuit breaker or fuse safety switch must
be provided in the electrical supply line
leading to the compressor.
Those responsible for installation of this
equipment must provide suitable grounds,
maintenance clearance and lightning
arrestors for all electrical components as
stipulated in O.S.HA 1910.308 through
1910.329.
3. Do not operate the compressor at high-
er discharge pressure than those specified
on the Compressor Nameplate or motor
overload will occur. This condition will
result in compressor motor shutdown.
4. Use only safety solvent for cleaning the
compressor and auxiliary equipment.
5. Install a manual shut off valve (isolation
type) in the discharge line. A pressure
relief valve, with sufficient capacity to
relieve full compressor capacity, must be
installed between the compressor and the
isolation valve.
6. Whenever pressure is released through
the pressure relief valve, it is due to exces-
sive pressure in the system. The cause for
the excessive pressure should be investi-
gated immediately.
7. Before doing any mechanical work on
the compressor:
a.) Shut the unit down.
b.) Electrically isolate the compressor by
use of the manual disconnect switch in the
power line to the unit. lock and tag the
switch so that it cannot be operated.
c.) Vent pressure from the compressor and
isolate the unit from any other source of
air.
8. There can be adverse effects if com-
pressor lubricants are allowed to enter
plant air systems.
Air line separators, properly selected and
installed, will minimize any liquid carry-
over.
The use of plastic bowls on line filters
without metal guards can be hazardous.
From a safety standpoint, metal bowls
should be used on any pressurized sys-
tem. Review of your plant air line system is
recommended.
9. When a receiver is installed, it is recom-
mended that occupational safety and
health standards as covered in the Federal
Register, Volume 36, number 105, part 11,
paragraph 1910.169 be adhered to in the
installation and maintenance of this
receiver.
10. Before starting the compressor, its
maintenance instructions should be thor-
oughly read and understood.
11. After maintenance functions are com-
pleted, covers and guards must be
replaced.
3
& SAFETY SHUTDOWN CHECKHIGHAIRTEMPERATURE
There is a high discharge air temperature shutdown function built into the control on each compressor. it
is factory pre-set at 228F This function should be checked at regular intervals for proper opera-
tion, once a month Is recommended.
PROCEDURE:
2. The compressor rate. Shutdown should occur when the dis-
charge temperature reaches the pre-set maximum 111.::r:h::.rn"'' air temperature
Failure to adhere to these recommendations can result in mechanical failure, property and serious
or death.
All air and water inlet, and air and water pipework to and from the inlet and "'":n:;orn: ...
nections must take into account vibration, pulsations, temperature, maximum pressure
and chemical resistance. In addition, it should be noted that lubricated compressors will some
oil into the air stream; therefore, between system accessories and software
must be assured.
For the foregoing reasons, the use of soldered copper
piping is not recommended. In addition, and/or flex: lines can be considered for such pur-
poses if their specifications fit the .... parameters of the
It is the responsibility of the installer and owner to nrc1vic12 the "'n11"1ro,nri,,.t2 service oic1e11m1'k to and from
the machine.
WARNING
STATEMENT CONCERNING THE USE OF THIS EQUIPMENT FOR BREATHING AIR AND/OR AQUA LUNG
SERVICE
If the model number on this air compressor contains letters "BAP", the compressor is suitable for use in
breathing air services. In the absence of such a designation, the compressor is NOT considered as capa-
ble of producing air of breathing quality. For a compressor to be capable of use In air services It
must be fitted with additional specialized to filter and/or the air to meet all applic-
able federal, state and local laws, rules, regulations and codes, such as, but not limited to, OSHA 29 CFR
1910.134, Compressed Gas Association G-7, 1-1966, Grade D Air and/or
Canadian Standards Association. Should the purchaser and/or User fail to add such
and proceeds to use the compressor for air service, the
resulting therefrom without any responsibility or liability assumed
STATEMENT CONCERNING THE INADVERTENT BREATHING OF COMPRESSED AIR EXHAUST
"The purchaser/user shall insure that adequate ventilation and make air are provided if a non BAP des-
ignated compressor supplies air in a confined area to air consuming such as air air tools,
solenoids, air cylinders, air guns, nozzles, etc. The compressed air discharge stream residual
coolants/lubricants/carbon monoxide/condensable hydrocarbons or other materials may be haz-
ardous to health with inhalation."
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0.3 DECALS
This section contains r"''""''"'"'nr<a11,,i::.
decals which will be
and are applied to the compressor unit.
Rotation.
INGERSOU. -RAND @
39544150
Exposed moving belts and sheaves.
Can cause severe injury or death.
111\!GERSOl.lflAND
ffi WARNING
Disconnect power before servicing.
LockouVTagout machine.
INGERSOLLflAND
39540174
LOCATED
INSIDE
CONTROL BOX
of
TOP VIEW
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
39861810
are
over, we recommend that you
Recommended
WARN IN
fan blade. Can cause severe
Do not operate with covers removed
D1sconnecl power. Lock and tag.
iNGERSOl.LflAND
CAUTION
Incorrect lifting of
machine can cause injury
or property damage.
il\IGERSOLHIAND m.
39540232
:39540190
WARN IN
Hol surface.
Can cause severe injury.
Do not touch. Allow to cool before
servicing.
INGERSOLLflAND
39541362
5
O'J
39875463
WARNING
14.
Hot surface.
Can cause severe injury.
Do not touch. Allow to cool before
servicing.
INGa!SOl.I. i'IAl\IO
39541362
I
LEFT SIDE VIEW
@
This product is produced under
license from Cash Engineering
Research Pty, Ltd, United St
and foreign patents pending
INGERSOLL-RAND&
WARNING
@
Exposed moving baits and sheaves.
Can -cause severe injury or death.
39859236
INGERSOLL-RANIJ.;,
39871991
39859228
FRONT VIEW
m1.INGERSOll-RAND.
Compressor Package Data
COMPRESSOR YODEL..- ........_ .
39557095
N8TIDi
Dual Voltage
Unit l-<>1'1n1rv
Wired 230 Volts
!NGERSOLL-f!Al\IO w
39569140
Disconnect power before servicing.
Lockout.'Tagout (nach1ne.
INGERSOl..l -f!AND ,,
39540174
""l
CAUTION
maintenance of coolant
cause compressor damage.
Change coolant filter after first 150 hours
of operation and 1000 hours
thereafter when is changed.
INGERSOU.-RAND
39871462
39540216 (OPTIONAL ULTRA COOLANT)
Filler Cap.
Use only recommended
coolant.
Read instruction book
before servicing.
39540281

Air discharge.
INGEf!SOLL i'IANDB>
39540257
WARNING

High pressure air.
Can cause severe injury or death.
Relieve pressure before removing filter
plugs I caps, iittings or covers.
39540240
REAR VIEW
&CAUTION
Use of incorrect coolant can cause
system contamination.
Use only ROTALUBE"' 1000 COOLANT.
INGERSOLL-RAN!l
39871454
39540265 (OPTIONAL ULTRA COOLANT)
WARNING

Hot surface.
Can cause severe injury.
Do not touch. Allow lo cool before
servicing.
INGERSOU.-RAND
39541362
ffiDANOIR
air.
Can contain carbon monoxide or
other contaminants, Will cause
severe injury or death,
Do not breathe this air.
INGERSOLL-RAND
39540166
NOTE: DECALS 39540257 AND 39540166 ARE LOCATED ON THE END OF THE COOLER BOX ON BASE MOUNTED UNITS.
1.0 RECEIPT OF EQUIPMENT
1.1 INSPECTION
When you receive the compressor
indication of careless
rier should be noted on the
if the compressor will not be 1m1ne<:11a1te111
Obtaining the man's to any
noted damages will facilitate any future insurance
claims.
1.2 UNPACKING AND HANDLING
The compressor has been mounted on a
wooden base which will allow fork
under the compressor base to facilitate
shipment Care in the forklift is
tant because the location of the center of is
affected by the location of the airend and
motor.
The wooden base must be removed
tion.
2.0 INSTALLATION
2.1 VENTILATION
Air cooled air compressors
heat. Because of this heat
pressor must be
lation.
to installa-
If heated air from the compressor exhaust is allowed
to re-circulate back to the compressor, the compressor
will overheat and shut down. This heat must be
exhausted from the room. You should take this into
consideration when where to the com-
pressor within the clearance must
be allowed around the compressor to the
maintenance.
Ambient temperatures higher than 115"F
should be avoided as well as areas of
External ducting, to and from the compressor, that
is installed in the field must be sized so that no
as any other conditions which be detrimental to
the proper of the compressor.
2.2 FOUNDATION REQUIREMENTS
The compressor can be installed on any level floor that
is of the
When sound transmission is of it
is often to install a sheet of rubber-fabric-mat-
under the compressor ua.,:,,,,u,a or receiver tank
feet to reduce the of resonant sounds being
transmitted or the floor.
2.3 OUTDOOR INSTALLATIONS
When a compressor must be
are certain items that should be
installation to assure trouble free nr.>r<ll'lf"\n
These items have been listed below
been included to show a
The unit must be
to
The compressor should be on a concrete pad
to drain water away. If the concrete is
then the compressor must be leveled.
The roof of the shelter should
sor a minimum of 4 feet (1
direct rain and snow from
the compres-
on all Sides to nrO\/l'>ll1t
on the unit.
The unit must be under the shelter in a way
that air recirculation hot exhaust back to
the
If the installation includes more than one compressor,
the hot air exhaust should not be directed towards the
fresh air intake of the second unit or an Air
If a standard machine is to be installed outside, the
ambient must never below 35F
or of condensate will result.
Power disconnect switch must be within the com-
and should be in close
Condensate drains must never be allowed to
to a suitable sump for future col-
c''"""'"'m of lubricant and water
excessive back pressure is exerted on the fan. mixture.
Maximum allowable is 0.25 inches of
water column air resistance total for inlet and
exhaust ducting.
Also consider the environment near the compres-
sor.
mr>.nminn power connections must use suitable con-
nectors for outdoor weather service.
Sufficient clearance must be allowed on all four sides
of the unit for service access. If access a
fork lift and/or an overhead beam hoist should be
CHEMICALS, METAL PAINT in mind
eventual service to airend or
and OVERSPRAY should be avoided as well
8
If the area around the installation contains fine air-
borne dust or lint and fibers etc., then the unit should
be with the TEFC motor
AREA SHOULD BE
SECURED WITH A FENCE
OR SECURITY SYSTEM
SLOPING
CONCRETE
PAD
. -o .
access.
POWER
DISCONNECT
SWITCH
(LOCKABLE)
FIGURE 2.31 TYPICAL OUTDOOR SHELTERED INSTALLATION
35F AND ABOVE
4'
9
2.4 PIPING
It is essential when
review the total
and effective total
a new compressor to
This is to insure a safe
The use of bowls on line filters without metal
can be hazardous. Their can be affected
either lubricants or the additives used in
mineral oils. From a metal bowls
should be used on any
_6WARNING
Do not use plastic pipe, soldered copper fittings
or rubber hose for discharge piping.
Condensed water occurs in air lines as a result
of Moisture vapor in ambient air is con-
centrated when and condenses when
Moisture in compressed air is r<=>c::nnn<t1n1
problems in almost every ap1)l1caticm
nro,cct:rt air. Some common nr,,,n,.,,mc
ture are: and in
instruments, sticking of control
outdoor air lines.
in or total shutdown of the
tern.
The air from this compressor
will be at some elevated and will therefore
contain amounts of water vapor. As this air cools the
vapor will condense within the
IMPORTANT: The drain line must downward from
the to work nrr,no,rht
NOTE: For ease of of the automatic drain
should include an open
flow indicator.
It is that additional condensation can occur if
the downstream cools the air even further.
low in the should be
""""'"""" with and
reduce the water vapor concen-
water formation in ,...,..,,.,,..,,.,,,"',"""
air lines. are a necessary
aftercoolers. and automatic drains for mnnrnnlfl
of Two
Refrigerated dryers are normally specified where com-
nr"""'"''""' air pressure dew of 33F to 39F to
are Desiccant are
pressure dew points must be below 33F to
10
are Desiccant
are where pressure dew must be
below 33F 2.4-1 indicates the
mate moisture content in
Contact your local 1nn.:>rc.n11-H
Center for assistance in
Rand filtration or
Distributor or Air
correct
Moisture Content of Compressed Air
200
160 -
120
-
80
,_
. .
40
..._
0
:1:
DEW POINT
FIGURE 2.4-1 MOISTURE CONTENT OF
COMPRESSED AIR
IMPORTANT: should be at least as
connection at the compressor.
and fillings must be rated for the
pressure and ti:>rnn,c.r,:,1t1
A careful review of size from the compressor
connection is essential. of size of
number and of and valves must be
considered for minimum air pressure and
mum of your compressor.
NOTE: Screw compressors should not be
installed in air systems with rnr,;..,.,.,....,.. . .,t;.,,.,
sors without a means of such as a
common receiver tank. We recommend both of
compressor units be to a common receiver uti-
individual air lines. See 2.4-2.
When two units are in pro-
vide an isolation valve and drain for each com-
pressor before the common receiver.
See 2.4-3
To assure trouble free of a compressor
with On-line/ Off-line and Auto
the volume must be
the load/unload to a minimum. This may
the installation of a receiver down stream of
the compressor. mounted units must be
to a receiver if installed in a with insuffi-
cient volume to
mum. If such as filters or air is
installed in the main system, must be
sized to handle the entire flow of the compressor and
an air receiver must be in the between
the compressor discharge and the
of volume.
This will prevent quick of the compressor
which results in fluctuations in pressure.
ISOU\TION
PRESSURE
RELIEF
VALVE
RECIPROCATING
COMPRESSOR
NOTE:
SEPARATE LINES
GOING TO THE
RECEIVER
DRIP
LEG
t
DRIP
LEG
ISOLATION
VALVE
'
ROTARY
COMPRESSOR
FIGURE 2.4-2 ROTARY-RECIP IN PARALLEL
PRESSURE
RELIEF
VALVE
STRAINER
f
DRIP
LEG
DRIP
LEG
FIGURE 2.4-3 ROTARY-TWO
COMPRESSOR SYSTEM
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2.5 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Before proceeding we recommend that you
review the safety data in the front of this manual.
Locate the compressor data on the left end of
the cooler box next to the control box.
The data plate lists the rated pressure, the
maximum discharge pressure. the electric motor char-
acteristics and power.
Confirm that the line " .... 'T""'"' and compressor name-
are the same.
The standard control box meets the intent of NEMA 1
It will be necessary to make a hole in the control box
for the power connection. Care should be
taken to not allow metal to enter the starter
and other electrical within the box. After
the power inlet and debris
must be removed from inside of control box before
power is turned on.
power should be connected per the electrical
schematic at the rear of this manual Section
Confirm that all electrical connections are made and
Confirm that the control transformer is wired
for supply voltage 2.6-1 I
Inspect the motor and control
Close the front.
2.6 VOLTAGE CONVERSION
PRIMARY
should be carried
electrical contractor or
Rand Distributor or Air Center.
PRIMARY
I

- ---1 '1
SECONDARY
FIGURE 2.6-1 CONTROL
TRANSFORMER
CONNECTIONS - 60HZ
FIGURE 2.6-2 CONTROL
TRANSFORMER
CONNECTIONS - 50 HZ
12
tured to
PROCEDURE:
Put main disconnect in the OFF
to units manufac-
Motor n'.:lman
lock and
FIGURE 2.63 MAIN DISCONNECT
LOCKED AND TAGGED
the motor box on the side of the motor.
Reconnect the motor to the desired Use the
Reconnect the side of the control transformer
for the desired as shown on the control trans-
former decal.
rott>rr;,,..., to the heater chart decal located in the
heater
heater
Make sure all connections are
Put main disconnect in the ON and check
motor as outlined in Section 2. 7 of this manu-
al.
2.7 SHIPPING BOLT REMOVAL
The unit is shipped with a bolt in the motor sup-
to prevent possible belt damage caused
bouncing during shipment. This bolt must be
removed prior to motor rotation or oper-
ating the unit.
In addition, a jackscrew is located under the base
and offers support to the motor during shipment.
This jackscrew must be loosened as far as
ble without removing it to operating unit A
locknut is provided to keep the jackscrew in
place.
Locate the shipping bolt and in the motor
as shown in 2.7-1 and remove the
shipping bolt.
FIGURE 2.7-1 SHIPPING BOLT LOCATION
2.8 ROTATION CHECK
Locate the rotation on the motor and check for
correct rotation. The correct rotation when viewed
from the drive end on the motor is clockwise.
If compressor is operated in the opposite direc-
tion of rotation, airend damage can result and is
not warrantable.
For the compressor motor rotation
jogging should be as short a time as u::;:::.11.;11::.
2. Check coolant level. To check coolant
loosen the fill plug one turn. As the fill
is unscrewed approximately one tum, a small amount
of pressure may be released. Do not remove the fill
until all pressure has been vented. Once
pressure is finish the fill The
proper coolant level is when the coolant is at the
of the fill Add coolant if necessary.
fill
4. Close the main disconnect switch position.
5. that the main isolation valve is open.
button to start the unit and
the button to stop the
unit
Observe the compressor drive motor shaft. The rota-
tion should be in accordance with the directional arrow
decal on the motor.
Should the motor rotation not be the main
disconnect in the OFF lock and tag.
any two line connections or
at the starter. Close U1e control box cover. Recheck
for correct rotation.
2.9 BEFORE STARTING I STARTING I STOPPING
before "'""'''T1n1n or nQlrl"nirmi
on this unit.
instructions
button is in the OFF
2.9-1).
POWER ON START/STOP AUTO RESTART CONTROL
LIGHT BUTTON LIGHT BOX
HOUR
METER
PRESSURE GAUGE
FIGURE 2.9-1 CONTROL BOX
13
2. Check coolant level. To check coolant
loosen the fill one tum. As the fill is
unscrewed approximately one a small amount of
pressure may be released. Do not remove the fill
until all pressure has been vented. Once pressure is
finish removing the fill The proper coolant
level is when the coolant is at the of the fill
Add coolant if necessary.
the fill
4. Close the main disconnect switch
5. that the main isolation valve is open.
Starting
1 . Pull the button to the ON and
release. The compressor will start and then load auto-
if line pressure is below the lower of
the pressure switch.
Stopping
1 . Depress the Start/Stop button to the OFF
Compressor will
2. the main disconnect switch (OFF
3.0 SYSTEMS
3.1 GENERAL SYSTEM INFORMATION
compressor is an electric motor
stage, rotary screw compressor, rnrnn1ota with sup-
components to make a functional unit. A
standard compressor is of the tn11."'"'"""
Inlet air filter
Drive motor
Ai rend
Pressurized coolant
Separation system
control
Instruments
devices
with cooler & filter
Compression in rotary screw air compressor
is created the of two helical rotors
and female) on parallel enclosed in a
iron housing, with air inlet and outlet located
on opposite ends. The grooves of the female rotor
mesh with and are driven the male rotor.
on both ends of the rotors are used to
rotor both laterally and
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3.2 COOLANT SYSTEM
consists of a "L" tube sep-
thermostatic coolant coolant
cooler with element. When the
unit is the coolant is pressurized and forced
to the compressor The compressor is
ed with a switch which will shut the unit
down in case of excessive 228F
(1 Effective coolant filtration is the
use of a screw on, automotive
coolant filter.
The compressor is
ent range of 35F to 115F
COOLANT
in an ambi-
screw compressor fluids have a triple function
lubricate the bearings and
seal internal clearances within
and for the of the
process. The bulk of the fluid is actually
with small amounts used for
ESP air compressors are filled with 1000
ROTALUBE 1000 COOLANT. ROTALUBE 1000
COOLANT is to for 1,000 hours
or one year, whichever comes first. The coolant
must be changed at these intervals to avoid break-
down and
CIRCULATION OF COOLANT
Coolant is forced air pressure from the tube separa-
tor to the thermostatic element. The temperature
of the element will determine whether the coolant cir-
culates the the
mixes the two
air coolant mixture
above the dew
Before into the all coolant flows
the coolant filter. It is an automotive
flow filter with a
rated at 10 micron. There is a
valve set to open in the event that the pres-
across the filter rises to as high as 35 psi
which indicates an fouled ele-
ment as well as poor maintenance ..
COOLANT/AIR SEPARATION SYSTEM
coolant/air
in a
airend.
The air-coolant mixture
the tube The
while in the tube
removes
air. The
separated coolant is returned to the coolant
and the air passes to the air
3.3 AIR SYSTEM
COMPONENTS AND FLOW
The air is of:
Inlet air filter
Inlet control valve
Ai rend
Coolant/ Air
Minimum pressure valve
Non-return check valve
Aftercooler
The direction of flow is from the inlet filter to the after-
cooler.
FUNCTIONS OF COMPONENTS
Inlet air
particles 10 micron and
Inlet valve opens full for on-line
The valve closes in the off-line mode and at shutdown
which prevents back flow of the air.
The airend compresses the air.
The tube ''"'"'"'''"'tr" removes most of the coolant from
the air.
of
compressor.
The minimum pressure check valve keeps the tube
and element at a minimum pres-
sure to ensure adequate oil flow and proper coolant/air
The non-return check valve prevents line pressure from
exhausting back the airend at shutdown and
periods of unloaded
The aftercooler cools the air
age.
to the
3.4 CAPACITY CONTROL
ON LINE/OFF LINE WITH AUTOMATIC START/STOP
CONTROL
The compressor will deliver air at full capacity,
compressor maximum or will oper-
ate at zero with
compressor minimum power
continues to run.
When the compressor starts and line pressure is below
the lower of the line pressure switch, control
solenoid 1 SV will be inlet control
valve ICV will open, and the compressor will load.
When the line pressure reaches the upper setting of
the pressure the compressor will unload by de-
SV and ICV. Solenoid
1 SV relieves the internal pressure of the compressor
back to the inlet filter. The only is
of the pressure switch.
When the compressor a time is
on."''""
7
"',... and to time out The mounted
in the control set at 10 minutes. It will
nn<>r::11., for as as its time after
which a contact opens to
pressor starter coil. At the same an amber
(1 on the control box is lit to indicate the compres-
sor has shut down and will restart auto-
The automatic restart will take place when
the line pressure to the lower of the pres-
sure switch.
Adjusting the adjustable timer below the 10 minute
Tartnrv setting may shorten the life of the com-
pressor drive motor.
15
3.5 SETTING NEMA 1 PRESSURE SWITCH
1. control to
sense "line"
2. Start the compressor.
The compressor should load it the line pressure is
lower than then the maximum pressure stat-
ed on the compressor data It may be necessary
to vent air from customer load unit
3. Slowly close the isolation valve
pressure to rise to the maximum
or of the pressure switch.
4. Remove cover from pressure switch
3.5-1). as range
the air line
pressure
screw clockwise to increase and counterclockwise to
decrease trip setting When 1 PS
trips, the compressor will unload. When the line pres-
sure falls to the reset of 1 PS 12
the unit should reload. The pressure switch dif-
ferential is adjustable and set at about 12
bar) to meet the of the average
cation.
Limited receiver and line may
differential. Sufficient receiver and line
accept a narrow differential. If adjustment is
turn differential screw clockwise to
decrease the differential and counter-clockwise to
CAUTION
When adjusting differential, adjust switch so that
maximum discharge pressure does not exceed
maximum discharge pressure stated on the
compressor data plate.
increase the differential.
5. Vent air from customer
operation is satisfactory.
16
to confirm switch
unit in service.
PRESSURE SWITCH
FIGURE 3.5-1 LOCATION OF PRESSURE SWITCH
RANGE
ADJUSTMENT
SCREW
DIFFERENTIAL
ADJUSTMENT
SCREW
FIGURE 3.5-2 NEMA 1 PRESSURE SWITCH (1 PS)
3.6 SETTING NEMA 4 PRESSURE SWITCH
1 . to
sense "line" pressure.
2. Start the compressor.
The compressor should load if the line pressure is
lower than then the maximum pressure stat-
ed on the compressor data It may be necessary
to vent air from customer load unit
3. Slowly close the isolation valve
pressure to rise to the maximum
of the pressure switch.
the air line
pressure or
4. OPERATING RANGE ADJUSTMENT: Turn lock nut
on adjustment screw "A" counterclockwise to loosen.
Turn adjustment screw "A" clockwise to raise upper and
lower pressure settings. To decrease the upper pres-
sure settings, tum "A" counterclockwise. The
mate upper pressure is shown an indicator in
the left window between the calibration scales on the
nameplate. When the setting is r.o:::i,...ni:r1
the lock nut on screw clockwise.
5. DIFFERENTIAL ADJUSTMENT: Remove the front
cover. When the differential screw "B" is flush with the
enclosure base. the control will function at minimum dif-
ferential. To increase the turn
screw "B" clockwise. This will decrease the lower set-
The higher setting will not ,.,n,,n,.,
1
0
to decrease the differential turn the differential
rnent screw "B" counterclockwise. This will raise the
lower setting
Condensed instructions can be found on the inside of
the front cover of the switch.
NOTE: The use of a pressure gauge is desirable
when setting the control.
CAUTION
The adjustment screw "A" should not be forced
beyond the range of the control indicated on the
calibrated scale. The adjustment screw "B"
should never extend above the base of the enclo-
sure nor be adjusted beyond the maximum speci-
fied differential of the control.
6. After the desired setting has been """''""'''"''''"hcn
mount the cover and tighten the four cover screws 6-8
in. lbs. the seal.
7. Vent air from customer to confirm switch
nn<>r::>1ronn is <><ltocr"'"tn
8. Place unit in service.
in.o<>tonn variables in a may cause changing
It is recommended that a
odic of the gauge pressure be made and
the pressure control to when
necessary for these
OPERATING
RANGE
ADJUSTMENT
SCREW"A"
UPPER PRESSURE
SETTING INDICATOR
DIFFERENTIAL
PRESSURE
ADJUSTMENT
SCREW "B"
FIGURE 3.6-1 NEMA 4 PRESSURE SWITCH (1
17
4.0 MAINTENANCE
4.1 MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
THE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE SPECIFIES ALL RECOMMENDED MAINTENANCE REQUIRED TO KEEP THE COM-
PRESSOR IN GOOD OPERATING CONDITION. SERVICE AT THE INTERVAL LISTED OR AFTER THAT NUMBER OF
HOURS, WHICHEVER OCCURS FIRST.
TIME INTERVAL (WHICHEVER COMES FIRST)
ACTION PART OR ITEM HOURS 1WK 1 MO 6MO 9MO YEARLY 2YR
INSPECT COOLANT LEVEL VISIBLE IN FILL PORT WEEKLY x
(WHEN COLD)
INSPECT AIR FILTER WEEKLY x
REPLACE COOLANT FILTER' 150 x (INITIAL CHANGE ONLY)
REPLACE COOLANT FILTER* 1000 (SUBSEQUENT CHANGES)
INSPECT HOSES 1000
INSPECT DRIVE BELTS 500
REPLACE DRIVE BELTS YEARLY x
CHECK HIGH AIR TEMP. SWITCH 1000 x
CHECK OPERATE PRESSURE RELIEF VALVES 1000 x
CLEAN SEPARATOR SCAVENGE ORIFICE 1000 x
CLEAN COOLERS CORES** 4000
REPLACE AIR FILTER 2500
REPLACE SEPARATOR FILTER ELEMENT' 1000 x
REPLACE ROTALUBE TM 1000 COOLANT* 1000 x
REPLACE ULTRA COOLANT* (OPTIONAL) 8000 x
REPLACE SHAFT SEAL 8000 x
GREASE ODP MOTOR 2000 x
GREASE TEFC MOTOR 1000 x
ROTALUBE TM 1000 COOLANT IS A 1000 HOUR FLUID FOR ROTARY SCREW COMPRESSORS. THE COOLANT MUST BE CHANGED AT RECOMMENDED
INTERVALS TO AVOID BREAKDOWN AND EQUIPMENT DAMAGE.
'IN VERY CLEAN OPERATING ENVIRONMENTS AND WHERE INLET AIR FILTER IS CHANGED AT THE ABOVE PRESCRIBED INTERVALS. IN EXTREME
DIRTY ENVIRONMENT CHl\NGE COOLANT. FILTERS AND SEPARATOR ELEMENTS MORE FREOUENTL Y.
"CLEAN COOLER CORES IF UNIT SHUTDOWN OCCURS ON HIGH AIR TEMPERATURE.
4.2 MAINTENANCE RECORDS
It is very important that you, the owner, keep accurate
and detailed records of all maintenance work you or
the Ingersoll-Rand Distributor or Air Center on
your compressor. but is not limited to,
coolant, coolant inlet air
drive belts, shaft seals and so forth. This information
must be by you, the owner, should you
warranty service work your
Distributor or Air Center. Maintenance record sheets
are located at the back of this manual.
4.3 MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
18
is heeded.
Read Instructions.
""4'J'l.JfJt::u mechanic's tool box with
..,..,.V""'"' tools when needed will be
.,.,...'""'""r1 air nozzle and compressed
air. - local codes may
Have recommended spare on hand
in back of this
When the unit is residual pressure
can be trapped within the compressor system.
This pressure must be vented from the system
to beginning any service work.
Before any work on the compressor,
open, lock and tag the main electrical disconnect
and close the isolation valve on the compressor
Wait 2 minutes after to allow
internal pressure to
sure from the unit
coolant fill
opens a vent
pressure to release to "'"nnn>nh
A slight mist or oil may be visible
Do not remove fill until all
pressure has vented from the unit. Also vent
the leg valve . When
the drain valve or the coolant fill
stand clear of the valve discharge, wear work
VENT
HOLE
and
0-RING
FIGURE 4.3-1 FILL PLUG WITH VENT HOLE
4.4 MANUAL PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE CHECK
condition a lever test"
every month . Under severe ser-
vice or if corrosion and/or are
noticed within the valve must be per-
formed more often. A lever test" must also be per-
formed at the end of any non-service CAU-
TION! pressure air will
of the valve
maximum pressure
open for at least 5 seconds to flush the valve seat
free of debris. Then release lever and the valve
to snap shut. If lift lever does not activate, or there is
no evidence of discontinue use of
ment and contact a licensed contractor or
4.5 SHEAVE ALIGNMENT
of sheave
reduction of belt life.
not exceed 1 /16 in.
will result in a
of belt drive should
11nr1m.cnt occurs when the drive and dri-
but the two sheaves lie in dif-
4.5-1 ).
1116" MAX
Al REND
STRAIGHTEDGE
MOTOR
FIGURE 4.5-1 PARALLEL MISALIGNMENT
1116" MAX
STRAIGHTEDGE
FIGURE 4.5-2 ANGULAR MISALIGNMENT
19
ALIGN SHEAVES
Insure that the compressor is isolated from the
compressed air system the isolation
valve and pressure from the drip leg.
Insure that the main power disconnect switch is
locked and tagged.
An easy and effective method of in
both directions between the driver and driven sheaves
utilizes an accurate
across the face of the driver
sheave and check of the driven
sheave. Then the across the
driven sheave and check that the driver sheave is
/ ..rnrmm1onT should be within 1/16" (1.6
when the gap between the <>tr<>1nt,t<=>11no
and the rim of the sheave in each direction.
is set and should
'"'''"'"'n" if the drive motor or airend is removed.
1 . Remove the cooler corners and air deflector.
2. the front of the
airend measure the amount of mic,<>li,nninoint
seen on the motor sheave. If
1/16" (1.6 then reinstall cooler box outer
to unit.
3. If "'"''nmonT is more than 1/16" (1.6
must be loosened for
To re[>osmc1n the motor sheave:
1. Remove drive belts Section
2. Remove the three hex head screws that hold motor
sheave to sheave See 4.5-3.
3. Lubricate the thread and end of screws that were
removed.
4. Reinstall all three screws in the holes of the
that are threaded.
5.
may assist
6. Remove the screws from the holes.
20
on
ALLEN HEAD SCREW
"A" Clearance Holes
"B" - Threaded Holes
FIGURE 4.5-3 MOTOR SHEAVE BUSHING
7. Loosen alien screw in sheave
8. Move the either in or out on the motor shaft
0
.-..,,nr1i .-. .... upon the measurement taken earlier.
9. alien screw in sheave
careful to not move the on the
sheave so that the three threaded holes in
the sheave line up with the three clearance holes in
the
11. Insert all three screws clearance holes in
the and thread into sheave.
13.
and block or sleeve to avoid
screws until the no
turns the screw after '"'r""""'
14. Install belts as shown in Section 4.6.
15. Recheck for proper
16. Reinstall cooler box air deflector and corners.
4.6 DRIVE BELTS
Insure that the compressor is isolated from the
compressor air system dosing the isolation
valve and venting pressure from the
Insure that the main power disconnect switch is
locked open and
If or the belts on a new unit at start-
up, the motor bolt must first be
removed. This bolt is used to brace the motor dur-
"''"'""'""" ..... and will not be reinstalled once the belts
Locate the motor
2.7-1 and remove. Locate the
motor on the underside of the base.
Loosen the locknut and tum the counter-
clockwise to set the motor down onto the belts. Be sure
to back the
belt will
REPLACEMENT PARTS
3. Lower the motor
'""'"'"'ra"' locknut and the
clockwise. Be sure to back the
as since the belts will stretch after initial run-
and the motor will be lowered as a result.
the locknut
4.7 BELT TENSION
This unit has been with a self ten-
for the drive belts. There is no
to insure proper belt Be
Genuine to
assure correct belt tension.
4.8 SHAFT SEAL REPLACEMENT
There are two seals on the compressor.
are wearable and should be replaced at
hour intervals. While it is advisable to have
your local Distributor or Air Center per -
form this the task can be a
mechanic these instructions.
Before any work on the compressor,
Belts Recommended Parts Be open, lock and the main electrical disconnect
sure to use Rand Genuine
assure proper belt size and
belts can lead to '"""'"'''"',..,
airend or motor failure.
DISASSEMBLY
Belt tension is maintained due to a motor sup-
The of the motor holds the belt
1 . Remove the cooler box corner from the airend side
of the machine.
2. Lift the back of the motor
'"""'""'"' on the underside of the
uoiiirih,ton the locknut.
3. Remove belts from the airend sheave and the motor
sheave.
INSTALLATION/INSPECTION
material or rubber
n&>,rm=:::ic:A sheaves before
drive belts to insure belt life.
1 . Lift the back of the motor
on the underside of the

the locknut.
2. Install belts on the airend sheave and the motor
the
sheave. When a new do not pry or force
the belt over the sheave grooves.
and close the isolation valve on the compressor
Wait 2 minutes after stopping to allow
internal pressure to Vent residual pres-
sure from the unit the
coolant fill
opens a vent
pressure to release to atrnosp!he1re
4.3-1). A
pressure has vented from the unit. Also vent
the valve. When
mn,uiniN the COOiant
stand clear of the valve discharge, wear
and eye prc)teic:t1cm
SPECIAL TOOLS
A clean work bench
REPLACEMENT PARTS
20-25 HP Units
Shaft seal kit
Loctite 242
Loctite 609
Loctite 515
30 HP Units
Shaft seal kit
Seal retainer
Loctite 609
21
INSTALLATION
1 . Remove both doors and the of the
so
2. and
to remove.
3. Remove seal
(if
11. The term "inboard side'" will refer to the
machined face of the seal The term "out-
board side" will refer to the unmachined side next to
the sheave.
12. Be certain to install the seals from the proper side
and in the proper orieintation. follow instruc-
tions for seal Protect seal elements from
inadvertent installation. Be sure all
tools are free of contaminants before installation.
4. Drive both seals out of seal careful 13. Put a thin continuous coat of Loctite 609 on the
not to seal bore. outer diameter of the double seal.
5. Discard seals. 14. Remove the seal from the sleeve and
it in the seal from the inboard side.
6. Remove check valve ball and from seal hous- The seal should be oriented such that the of the
of the seal is toward the installer.
wear sleeve. If wear is a bar or than the seal
a wide bladed scraper, remove all traces of
sealant from the seal and rotor
careful not to scratch the surfaces.
9. clean and rlor1n::.''"'"'
and wear sleeve on the rotor.
10. Clean scavenge holes in seal
rotor 4.8-1 ).
WEAR
SLEEVE
SCAVENGE
HOLES
4.8-1 SHAFT SEAL ASSEMBLY
22
and in the
LIP EDGE
OF SEAL
INWARD
press the double seal into the seal
until it locates the shoulder.
16. Remove any excess Loctite 609 with a clean
cloth.
17. Put a thin continuous coat of Loctite 609 on the
outer diameter of the seal.
18. Remove the seal from the sleeve. From
the outboard the seal such that the
of the seal is inserted first.
19. a bar or
bore press the seal into the seal
from the outboard side. The seal will in the hous-
in the flush To avoid
enge the seal should never be
flush
20. Remove any excess Loctite 609 from the seals,
from the seal and from the seal scav-
enge holes.
21. Install the in the bottom of the seal
22. Place a
surface of the seal
Do not over
Loc:t1te1Bl 515 on the machined 32. Reinstall belts.
FIGURE 4.8-2 SEAL HOUSING
23. lubricate the
coolant.
24. Slide the sleeve into the seal
from the outboard side of the
a new check valve ball in the seal
4.8-2.
with clean
25. Lubricate the wear sleeve
coolant.
with clean
26. Slide the seal with the
installed over the shaft until it locates
sleeve.
sleeve
the wear
27. Make sure the check valve ball is in and
slide the seal off the
sleeve and onto the wear sleeve on the
rotor. amount of grease can be to hold
the check valve ball in for
28. Push the rotor seal
rotor
30. Attach the seal
nine screws and
31 . Reinstall sheave and
Loctite 242 to
lbs. ft.
the
33. Reinstall belt and enclosure.
2. Remove V-belts and airend sheave. Note airend
sheave is heat shrink fit to shaft and is
to remove.
3. Remove seal
4. Drive both seals out of seal careful
not to seal bore.
5. Discard seals.
6. Remove and save from seal
7. Remove check valve ball and from seal hous-
8. wear sleeve. if or excessive wear
is nr"''""'""'t the wear sleeve must be
9. clean and
and wear sleeve on the rotor.
10. Clean scavenge holes in seal
rotor
LIP EDGE
OF SEAL
INWARD
and in the
WEAR
SLEEVE
FIGURE 4.8-3 SHAFT SEAL ASSEMBLY
23
11. The term "inboard side" will refer to the 23. Lubricate the wear sleeve with clean coolant.
machined face of the seal The term "outboard
side" will refer to the unmachined side next to the
sheave.
12. Be certain to install the seals from the proper side
and in the proper orientation. follow instruc-
tions for seal Protect seal elements from
inadvertent damage installation. Be sure all
tools are free of contaminants before installation.
13. Install in seal
14. Put a thin continuous coat of Loctite 609 on the
outer diameter of the double seal.
15. Remove the seal from the
the Seal Installation
press the double seal into the seal
inboard side until it "locates" the rnT'e>oninn
The seal should be oriented such that the
of the seal is toward the installer
16. Remove any excess Loctite 609.
17. Put a thin continuous coat of Loctite 609 on the
outer diameter of the seal.
18. Remove the seal from the sleeve
the Seal Installation press the seal into the
seal from the outboard side until the seal is
flush with the surface of the seal Do not
the seal the flush The seal should be
oriented such that the of the of the seal is
inserted first
19. Remove any excess Loctite 609 from the
from the seal and from the seal scav-
enge holes.
20. Install the
21. Lubricate the
coolant.
in the bottom of the seal
sleeve with clean
22. Slide the sleeve into the seal
from the outboard side of the Install
and a new check valve ball in the seal
24
"locates"
sleeve over the shaft until it
the wear sleeve.
25. Make sure the and check valve ball are in
slide the seal assembly off
""'"'"'m'rn" sleeve and onto the wear sleeve on the
rotor.
26. Push the seal
27. Remove
four screws and
TO
2.08
DIA.
TO
1.85
DIA.
MATERIAL: STEEL
the rotor
with
REMOVE BURS
1" MINIMUM
FIGURE 4.8-4 SEAL INSTALLATION TOOL
4.9 INLET AIR FILTER ELEMENT
The inlet air filter should be at the interval
shown in the maintenance chart or any time the filter
becomes
The filter element is not washable and must be
Remove the filter the on
the filter located on the Inlet Control Valve.
Remove and discard the old filter element Install a
new filter element. 4.9-1).
CLAMP
FIGURE 4.91 INLET AIR FILTER
4.10 COOLANT FILTER
- after the first 150 hours and every
'"""'"'"'""'' or when the coolant is
the filter
Before any work on the compressor, open,
lock and tag the main electrical disconnect and close
the isolation valve on the compressor Wait
2 minutes after to allow internal pressure to
u1;:,:::.1u.:w:::. Vent residual pressure from the unit slow-
n ~ n ~ ... r ~ the coolant fill one turn.
the fill opens a vent drilled in
the pressure to release to atmos-
4.3-1 ). A mist or oil
may be visible Do not remove fill
until all pressure has vented from the unit. Also vent
the valve . When
the drain valve or the coolant fill
stand clear of the valve wear work
and ,;,nr\rnr>ri"1t<>
SPECIAL TOOLS
Suitable clean drain pan or container to hold coolant
drained from unit.
A of proper coolant sufficient to off the
coolant level in the compressor.
1. Place a clean pan under the coolant filter.
2. a filter wrench, remove the coolant filter.
Remember that the filter and coolant may be hot!
3. Discard the old filter.
4. the surface of the filter head with a
clean lint-free rag to rm='""''m entry of dirt into the sys-
tem.
5. Remove the
6. a small amount of clean coolant on the rubber
seal of the filter.
7. Screw filter on until the seal makes contact with the
seat on the filter header. one
half to three tum additional.
8. Remove coolant fill 4.10-1).
FILL PLUG
FIGURE 4.10-1 FILL PLUG
25
9. a off the level with new coolant
The proper level is at the of the fill
11. Start unit and check for leaks.
Do not add coolant
sor, as this can result in saturation of the
filter element. and coolant carry-over down-
stream.
4.11 COOLANT CHANGE
Before beginning any work on the compressor,
open, lock and the main electrical disconnect
and close the isolation valve on the compressor
Wait 2 minutes after stopping to allow
internal pressure to dissipate. Vent residual pres-
sure from the unit by unscrewing the
coolant fill plug one turn. Unscrewing the fill
opens a vent hole, drilled in the plug,
pressure to release to atmosphere {See
A slight mist or oil droplets may be visible dur-
venting. Do not remove fill until all pres-
sure has vented from the unit. Also vent
slightly opening the drip valve . When
the drain valve or removing the coolant fill
stand clear of the valve wear work
SPECIAL TOOLS
Suitable clean drain pan or container to hold
3.6 {13.5 L) of coolant drained from unit
A of proper coolant sufficient to refill the
coolant level in the compressor.
coolant filter of the prop-
The coolant should be drained soon after the com-
pressor has been shut down. When the coolant is
warm, the will be more and any
in in the coolant will be carried
out with the coolant.
1. Place a clean pan under the drain
2. Remove drain
coolant to drain from the tube
3. a filter remove the coolant filter.
Remember that the filter and coolant may be hot!
4. Discard the old filter.
5. the
clean lint-free rag to
tern.
26
surface of the filter head with a
of dirt into the sys-
7. a small amount of clean coolant on the rubber
seal of the filter.
DRAIN PLUG
8. Screw element on until the seal makes contact with
the seat on the filter header.
one half to three turns additional.
9. Install and the coolant drain
10. Remove coolant fill 4.10-1).
11. a fill unit with new coolant. The prop-
er level is even with the of the fill
13. Start unit and check for leaks.
Do not add coolant the intake of the compres-
sor as this can result in saturation of the
filter element and coolant carry-over down-
stream.
4.12 COOLANT TYPE CHANGE
OBJECTIVE
3. Place drain pan under coolant drain
To drain coolant from compressor as as and allow coolant to drain from
om;s101e when of coolant to avoid cont-
amination or dilution of new fluid.
5. Remove coolant filter.
CAUTION
If it is not compati-
ble with certain Conditioner" fluids
from ~
machines running on Addition ~ g
of these products to Ultra Coolant can lead to -
plugged filters and lead-
to severe mechanical problems. do
not flush the compressor system with a
"Compressor Conditioner" to with Ultra 6. Allow to drain
Coolant.
7. Drain all hoses and low within the
ITEMS REQUIRED
8. Install a new coolant filter Section 4.1
In addition to the tools
Section 4.1
serviceman's ~ r ' ' ~ v
items should be available at the work site: 10. Install and
Suitable clean drain pan or container to hold 11. Remove coolant fill 4.10-1).
3.6 (13.5 L) of coolant drained from unit
12. a refill unit with the new coolant to be
A of new coolant sufficient to refill the com-
pressor.
A minimum of one '"'"'"'"""'"'"'nt coolant filter. One sep-
arator element.
PROCEDURE
used. Exercise care to of any contami-
nants.
13. fill
14. Start unit and check for leaks.
15. Install proper decals for the fluid now installed in
the
up to the compressor.
2. Shut compressor down
button to the OFF ~ ~ ' r ~
the
Before beginning any work on the compressor,
open, lock and tag the main electrical disconnect
and close the isolation valve on the compressor
discharge. Wait 2 minutes after stopping to allow
internal pressure to dissipate. Vent residual pres
sure from the unit slowly the
coolant fill plug one turn. the fill
opens a vent drilled in the
pressure to release to
A mist or oil may be visible dur-
venting. Do not remove fill until all pres
sure has vented from the unit. Also vent
opening the valve . When
the drain valve or the coolant fill
stand clear of the valve
and appropriate eye orc>te!C:tlC>n
27
4.13 COOLANT SEPARATOR FILTER ELEMENT
The filter element should be every
year or after 1 000 hours of whichever comes
'"''"'"'""cu excessive coolant carryover into the
The element is located in the """1'n"1"""'1 on
of the inlet Control Valve
Before beginning any work on the compressor,
open, lock and tag the main electrical disconnect
and close the isolation valve on the compressor
discharge. Wait 2 minutes after stopping to allow
internal pressure to dissipate. Vent residual pres-
sure from the unit by slowly unscrewing the
coolant fill plug one tum. Unscrewing the fill
opens a vent hole, drilled in the allowing the
pressure to release to atmosphere (See Figure 4.3-
1 ). A slight mist or oil droplets may be visible dur-
ing venting. Do not remove fill plug until all pres-
sure has vented from the unit. Also vent
slightly opening the drip valve. When
the drain valve or the coolant fill
stand clear of the valve discharge, wear work
gloves and appropriate eye
SEPARATOR ELEMENT (INSIDE)
FIGURE 4.13-1 SEPARATOR ELEMENT LOCATION
28
BOLT
APPLY DOWNWARD
FORCE ON TOP OF COVER
FIGURE 4 1 3 ~ 2 COVER REMOVAL
Procedure:
1 . The cover has a the element in
so be careful when lnn .. :,onin the bolts. Place
downward on the cover while rcm,nuon
bolts and then release the force
cover to be removed 4.1
2. cover from the of element.
the 6
the
3. Remove the cover and discard.
4. Remove the from the of the element
ELEMENT
FIGURE 4.13-3 ELEMENT REMOVAL
5. Lift element from
4.1
6. Remove element
and discard
8. Install new element in
sure is seated in groove.
9. Install new element.
10. Install new cover
seated in groove.
11. Place
retainer cover.
on
Make sure
Make
is
12. Insert and start bolts.
13. Place downward force on cover and finish screw-
bolts in
14. bolts to 220 in-lbs. ).
15. Start unit and check for leaks.
DRAIN HOLE
FIGURE 4.13-4 DRAIN HOLE LOCATION
29
4.14 SEPARATOR TANK SCAVENGE
CHECK VALVE/SCREEN/ORIFICE
TOOLS REQUIRED
end wrench
Screwdriver
PROCEDURE
at each end of check valve/screen/
Check orifice and clean if Use suitable small
screwdriver or knife and press screen retainer orifice
from its mating 4.14-1 }. Be careful
not to flared end of Wash
Press the check valve/screen/orifice into block.
Assemble the check valve/screen/orifice to
the tubing lines. The must be re-installed with
the screen on the side of the orifice as indi-
cated the flow arrow 4.15-1
CHECK

30
VITRON 0-RING
FIGURE 4.14-1 SEPARATOR TANK SCAVENGE
CHECK VALVE/SCREEN/ORIFICE
4.15 COOLER CORES
INSPECTION
check the cooler cores for build up of
dust, lint or other material.
an OSHA "'"'""'''""" air gun, blow air through the
omios1te direction of normal air
Remove cooler box outer and clean all loose
material that blew from the coolers into the fans.
Reinstall the cooler box outer
Start unit and proper
4.16 MOTOR GREASING
cage motor has antifriction
~ ' n ' ~ ~ front and rear. At intervals
re-lubrication.
Re-lubrication Interval 9 mos., whichever comes
1000 hours all TEFC drive motors
2000 hours all ODP drive motors
Re-lubrication Amount:
Motor
frame
Size
Lubricant Amount
cu in cc oz grams
254-286 1.0 16 .8 23
lubrication can be a cause of motor
failure. The of grease added should be care-
controlled. The smaller motors must be '"''"''"'"<'rl
with a lesser amount of grease than motors.
When motor. Disconnect power: lock
out and Remove outlet
grease relief if may not
be accessible on the fan end of some TEFC motors.
Grease relief shaft can occur, neces-
of this if inaccessible. Remove the
of the on each end of the
The inlet grease gun
i. Clean drain hole of any hard grease
wire if ne1::es:sa1
are
of
grease gun. Determine in
advance the of grease delivered with each
stroke of the lever. A cubic
centimeters may be used. or a 35mm film canister
can give a close for 2 cubic inches of
volume when filled.
3. Add the recommended volume of the recommended
lubricant. Do not at the
4. Run motor for about 30 minutes before
outlet or reliefs. BE SURE TO SHUT MOTOR
DOWN, DISCONNECT POWER, LOCK OUT AND
AND REPLACE THESE DRAIN FITTINGS TO
PRECLUDE LOSS Of NEW GREASE AND
ENTRANCE OF CONTAMINANTS!
Most motors
Mobilith SHC 220 . . . . . . ................ Mobil
Use the grease as indicated on a grease infor-
mation on the motor. Use of alternative
greases can result in shortened motor life due to
of greases. If there is not a grease
on the motor use:
Chevron Black Pearl #2
............. Standard Oil of California
Chevron SRI 2 ..... ,, .... Standard Oil of California
MOTOR BEARING MAINTENANCE-STORED UNITS
To ensure that ""'""'"'''"'
on units to be
the motor maintenance
adhered to:
1. Prior to a unit in rotate the motor
several revolutions hand in the proper direction of
rotation.
2. rotate the motor as described in
at three month intervals until such time as the unit is
in service.
3. The time should not exceed a total of nine
months duration.
31
5.0 TROUBLE SHOOTING
32
TROUBLE
Coolant
Excessive Noise Level
Shaft Seal Leak
Pressure Relief Valve
Black Residue on Belt
Guard/Cooler Box
CHECK POINT NUMBERS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
29.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
CHECK POINT NUMBERS
1
TROUBLE CAUSE
Control Not Available
Defective Starter
Motor
Incorrect Overload Heater Size
Line
Above Rated Pressure
Filter Element
Unloaded
Incorrect Pressure Switch
Minimum Pressure Valve
Load Solenoid Valve Defective
Drive Belt ""r'no"'"
Air Leaks
Inlet Valve Malfunction
Demand Exceeds
Coolant Core
Low Coolant Level
Ambient
Restricted Air Flow
Filter Element Leak
Filter Drain
Airend Defective
Motor Defective
Loose
Below Rated Pressure
Worn or Defective Shaft Seal
Sheaves
Worn Sheaves
SEE llOTE I
LI
L.2 .. ...
L3 ------1Q""'-""';;, ____ ,1 \...---------
_________ J \,.. ____________ J
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IHSl-7
11'5
US1-11
NOTES:
I. APPROVED FUSED OR CIRCUIT BREAKER PER
REQUIREHEHTS HUST BE PROVIDED BY CUSTOMER.
2. DASHED BY CuSTOHER.
3. SIZING OF ELECTRICAL SUPPLIED BY
15 THE OF THE CUSTOMER
AND SHOULD BE DOllE WITH THE
THE COMPRESSOR DATA PLATE. N.E.C. LOCAL
ELECTRICAL CODES.
C0Ml'OllEl>jT5 SUl'PLIEll Altll WIRED ilY lR:
----- COHPRE55011 MOTOR
---- HIGH AIR TEMPERATURE SWITCH
------ l'llESSURE SW! TCH
------ SOLEHOID VALVE
------ FAii MOTOR! 5 l
COHl'OltEMT5 SUPl'llEO AMD WIRED av SlARTER MFG.l
2FU - PRIMARY yOLTAGE FUSES
------ VOLTAGE fUSE (I 15VAC l
------- HOTOR STARTER COil
------ HOUllHETEll
------ HOTOll OVER LOAD RELAY
------ START/STOP SWITCH
-------
----- IAl!R!ER STRIP
------ AUTO l!E5TART l!CHT ( AMBHI)
------ POWER OH LlGH.
------ COllTllOl REI.AV
---- (OljTROL RELAY
------ AUTO RESTART ilHE DELAY RELAY
----- AUTO RESTART T!HE DELAY RELAY
----- STARTER AUXILIARY CO!iTA:Ts
3FU

FUSE
(AMPS l
8.D
6.0 REFERENCE DRAWINGS
6.1 ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC - FULL VOLTAGE
33
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STS 1-6
STSl-8 ,._-------o
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2. DASHED REPRESENT BY CUSTOMER.
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6.2 ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC - STAR DELTA
34
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DESCRIPTI
DRY TYPE. DISPOSABLE ELEMENT
HULT! PURPOSE INLET VALVE
ROTARY S<REW AiRENO
AIR RECEIVER TANK
r------------A --
f,
3)
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l H H E R ~ l TO l <V)
TCV COOLANT MIXING VALVE
PIPING LEGEND
A- AIR PIPING
C- COOLANT PIPING
CA- CONTROL AIR PIPING
NOTES:
1. FOR CUSTOMER CONNECTIONS SEE FOUNDATION PLAN OF UNIT.
2. DASHED ITEMS ARE OPTIONAL.
3. PRESSURE SWITCH & PRESSURE GAUGE ARE CONNECTED TO RECEIVER TANK ON TANK-MOUNTED UNITS.
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[77 .95]
TOP VIEW
LEFT SIDE VIEW
612
(24. I 0]
NOTES:
I , WEIGHT
2.
(APPROXIMATELY): 684 KG,. ( 1504 LBJ
-l FILL QUANTITY (APPROX.):
I 3, 6 L, ( J,
3. TOLERANCE ON ALL DIMENSIONS: 3 MM ( .12 INCH l
4, ALL DlMENSIONS IN MILLIMETERS (INCH J,
5. A!R FLOW: 1800 CFM.
6, REC OMMENDEC
7
8'
586
[23. 07]
892
[35. I 3]
FRONT VIEW
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[26. 77]
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NOTES:
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2,
(APPROX!MATELYJ: 502 KG. ( 1104 LB.),
FILL QUANTITY (APPROX.):
L. l.
3, TOLERANCE ON ALL 3 MM (1,12).
".
DIMENSIONS IN MILLIMETERS< !NCH J,
5.
6,
7,
8,
586
[23.07]
273
[I 0, 76]
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6.5 FOUNDATION PLAN - BASE MOUNTED
39
.--
1
I FUTURE
PRE FILTER
l _ - - ..l..L..f:*'I-
-!I
-0
+
GLADHAND with Necessary Fitting For Portable
VALVE Water, Or Ball Type Valve
UNION Aids in Disconnecting Compressor From The System
PRESSURE GAUGE
THERMOMETER
DRIP LEG
MANOMETER
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE INDICATOR
1-R AUTOMATIC DRAIN VALVE
FALSE LOADER Blows Oli Air Outside 01 Compressor Room
SYSTEM INSTRUMENTATION INCLUDES
Nephelometer: Hygrometer; Pressure; Temperature
VENTILATION Moisture Louvers, Exhaust Fans
AFTERCOOLER/SEPARATOR, ISOLATION VALVE, UNION, STRAINER AND TRAP
6.6 TYPICAL SYSTEM FLOW DIAGRAM BASE PLATED MOUNTED
40
OUTSIDE
COMPRESSOR
ROOM
PARTS LIST
7.1 INTRODUCTION
nrc.n".'.>;rnrl as an aid in ono1nrn'-
for the ESP
compressor. All of the compressor
parts, listed in the parts
are manufactured with the same
as the
service
facilities and are available
worldwide. There are
Rand Branch Offices and
authorized distributors located in
the principle cities of the United
States. In our customers
the Canadian
Co1mo;anv. Limited.
There are also ,,.,,..,...,.,,..,
subsidiaries and autho-
rized distributors located in the
cities the
world.
DESCRIPTION
The illustrated breakdown
illustrates the various
sub-assemblies and detailed
which make up this
ANOOOO
MANUFACTURED IN U.S.
YEAR OF MANUFACTURE
"'"'<,,,,.,,..,h1" Items
of Ref. indicate
that the item is located elsewhere
in the list
HOW TO USE THIS
PARTS MANUAL
1. Tum to the Parts Section to
locate desired illustrations.
2. Locate the on the illustration
visual identification and the mf-
erence number.
3. Find the reference number on
the Tabulated page, with the
Part Number and
95 102
JULIAN DATE OF MANUFACTURE -----------...l
SERIAL NUMBER BREAK
U95102 indicates part is used
on units up to and serial
number in U95102.
U95103 is used
on units with serial number
in U95103 or
HOW TO ORDER PARTS
In order that all avoidable errors be
eliminated when r w r l ~ ' ~
the tn11,..,,.,.;n,.,
1. The model number of the unit as
shown on the Data
Plate.
2. The serial number of the unit as
shown on the Data
Plate.
3. The form number of this manual.
4. The reference
'"'"'""'"'"'"'" and
as listed.
5. The motor data code shown on
the motor data
41
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42
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Starter
Ref. Part
No. Number
39881032
39881040
2 39237193
39237219
2A 39240064
39245337
3 39190939
4 39403290
5 39125091
6 35258508
7 35245224
8 39242268
9 39219332
10 39239983
11 39180898
12 39318845
39318852
13 39231915
14 39231899
39244751
NOT ILLUSTRATED
1 ENCLOSURE, STARTER BOX (NEMA 1)
1 ENCLOSURE, STARTER BOX (NEMA 4)
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
i
i
0
0
0
44
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(.)1
Starter
Ref. Part
No. Number
39881032
39881040
2 39243597
39237193
2A 39240064
39240064
3 39239868
39237227
4 39239975
5 39190939
6 39403290
7 39125091
8 35258508
9 35245224
10 35249754
11 39242268
12 39219332
13 39239983
14 39180898
15 39318845
39318852
16 39231915
17 39231899
x 39244751
- NOT ILLUSTRATED
- Star Delta
1 ENCLOSURE, STARTER BOX (NEMA 1)
1 ENCLOSURE, STARTER BOX (NEMA 4)
i CONTACTOR STARTER
1 CONTACTOR, STARTER
1 CONTACTS, AUXILIARY
1 CONTACTS, AUXILIARY 2NO
1 CONTACTS, REVERSING
i CONTACTS, REVERSING
1 BLOCK, TERMINAL
1 LUG, GROUND
1 RELAY, CONTROL
2
i AUTO RESTART TIME DELAY
1 TIMER RELAY
1 RELAY, STAR-DELTA TIMER
1 LIGHT, AMBER INDICATOR
1 SWITCH, START/STOP
1
i
1
2
i
46
Ref. Part Ref. Part
No. Number Qty. Description No. Number Qty. Description
1 39862222 1 ASSEMBLY, SEPARATOR TUBE
2 39313184 4 CLAMP, TUBE 23A 39133145 4 SCREW
2A 95953204 8 SCREW 24 39878913 1 FAN, 50/60HZ
28 39128541 8 NUT 24A 96705082 4 SCREW
3 39876453 1 BASE, OPEN 25 39872049 1 RING, FAN INLET
4 39246335 1 SCREW, JACK 25A 39133145 4 SCREW
4A 95922910 1 NUT, JACK SCREW 26 39869805 1 BOX, FAN/RING
5 39310792 1 SHAFT, MOTOR PIVOT 26A 39133145 4
5A 95231494 2 PIN, COTTER 27 39302260 1 BLOCK, TERMINAL DOUBLE 3 POSITION
58 39224209 2 WASHER, NYLON 27A 35249721 2
6 39879150 1 SUPPORT, MOTOR PIVOT) 28 39317268 1
39879168 1 SUPPORT, MOTOR PIVOT) 28A 35249721 2
39879176 1 SUPPORT, MOTOR PIVOT) 29 39580857
39879184 1 SUPPORT, MOTOR PIVOT) 29A 39236534 2
6A 39133152 1 SCREW 30 39879812 1
REF. NO 30A 39133145 8 SCREW
7 xxxxxxxx 1 MOTOR. (FRAME 31 1
7A 39128517 4 SCREW 31A 96702279 3
78 39116348 4 NUT 39177167 2
7 xxxxxxxx 1 MOTOR, (FRAME SIZE: 324TS) 31B 39183538 2
7A 95930723 4 SCREW 31C 39110309 2
78 95929188 4 WASHER 310 39128566 2
7C 95423687 4 NUT 32 39870241 1
8 xxxxxxxx 1 ASSEMBLY, STARTERBOX 39870233 1
8A 39141809 4 SCREW 32A 39178678 4 SCREW
88 95379392 1 STAR 33 39121256 1 PRESSURE RELIEF (165 PSIG)
9 39879820 1 GUARD, (38MM 34 39128624 1 TUBE
39879838 1 GUARD, BELT (70MM 35 39184510 1 PLUG
9A 39133145 6 SCREW 36 39152368 1
10 39173927 2 GLAND, WIRE 37 39111752 1
11 39173935 2 LOCKNUT, WIRE GLAND 39111752 2
12 1 BUSHING, SHEAVE 38 391'11752
13 1 DRIVEN 39318613 1
14 xxxxxxxx BELT, 39494976 1
xxxxxxxx BELT, 90 INCHES 39 39310784 2
15 xxxxxxxx 1 BUSHING, SHEAVE 40 39441944 1
16 xxxxxxxx 1 SHEAVE, DRIVER 41 92740950 1
17 39879804 1 CORNER, RIGHT 42 39155759 2 ELBOW, TUBE
17A 39133145 8 SCREW 43 39124821 15" TUBING
18 39870563 1 TUBE, AFTERCOOLER-RECEIVER 44 39137898 1 TRAP, MOISTURE
TANK 45 95279378 1 CONNECTOR, TUBE
19 95938171 4 ELBOW, TUBE (TANK MOUNTED UNITS) 46 39310958 1 TUBE, MOISTURE SEPARATOR
95938171 3 ELBOW, TUBE (BASE MOUNTED UNITS) 47 39316179 1 MANIFOLD
39581715 1 MANIFOLD, CUSTOMER AIR 48 39105754 1 VALVE, BALL
DISCHARGE (BASE MOUNTED UNTS) 49 39862230 1 TANK, RECEIVER 120 GAL
20 39843735 1 COOLER, COMBINED OIL/AFTER (FOR TANK MOUNTED UNITS
..,. 20A 39141809 4 SCREW 39871223 1 BASE, BASE MOUNTED UNITS
"'.J
208 39178660 4 WASHER 50 39121256 1 RELIEF
21 39870589 1 TUBE, OIL COOLER-SEPARATOR TUBE TANK MOUNTED UNITS ONLY)
39870571 1 TUBE, OIL COOLER-SEPARATOR TUBE 51 39128673 1 TUBE
52 39156435 1 TUBE
-!>-
co
TO IHPEU.1'!
!6
TO HIGH AIR
TEMPERATURE
SWITCH (AIREND)
TO
NEMA1
NEMA4
.j::.
(.0
Ref.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SA
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
18A
NEMA 1
Part
Number
39301973
39147186
39301965
39479472
39139332
39479431
39100029
39125133
95952495
39156435
39124813
95295986
39315700
39204490
39173927
39173935
39139332
39243985
39226618
39233382
39127295
Qtv.
i
i
30"
1
2
2"
1
1
2
1
1
32"
1
i
90"
2
2
63;;
1
1
1
2
Starter Box With Pressure Switch
NEMA4
Ref. Part
Description No. Number Qty.
STARTERBOX 1 xxxxxxxx 1 ASSEMBLY, STARTERBOX
CONDUIT 2 95333266 1 CONDUIT
CONDUIT 2A 39135355 1 LOCKNUT. SEAL
ELBOW, CONDUIT 3 39132303 30" CONDUIT
ELBOW, CONDUIT 4 95333373 1 ELBOW, CONDUIT
CONDUIT 4A 39135355 1 LOCKNUT, CONDUIT SEAL
5 95361390 1 ELBOW, CONDUIT
SWITCH, 5A 39108949 3 LOCKNUT. SEALING
SCREW 6 39132261 28"
TEE 7 95245221 1
CONNECTOR 8 39201884 1 SWITCH,
TUBING 8A 95952511 2 SCREW, PAN HEAD
GAUGE, PRESSURE BB 39192000 2 GROMMET
GAUGE, PRESSURE BC 39128541 2 NUT
9 95952495 1 TEE
WIRE 10 39156435 1 CONNECTOR
LOCKNUT, WIRE GLAND 11 39124813 32 H
TUBING
CONDUIT 12 95295986 1 GAUGE, PRESSURE
LIGHT, WHITE INDICATOR 39315700 1 GAUGE, PRESSURE
HOURMETER HZ 13 39204490
90;;
HOURMETER HZ
I
14 39173927 2
SCREW 15 39173935 2
16 39132261 50"
17 39243985 1
8 39226618 1
39233382 1 HOURMETER
18A 39127295 2 SCREW
19 95361390 1 ELBOW, CONDUIT
50
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30 HP 20-25 HP
Ref. Part Ref. Part
No. Number No. Number
1 xxxxxxxx 1 1 xxxxxxxx i Al REND
2 39317870 2 2 39111745 1 CONNECTOR, TUBE
3 39796479 1 TUBE, INJECTION 3 39871884 i TUBE, SCAVENGE
4 39111703 2 ELBOW, TUBE 4 39171517 1 ELBOW, TUBE
5 39128624 2 CONNECTOR, TUBE 5 39870886 1 TUBE, OIL FEED
6 39871926 1 SCAVENGE 6 39870894 1 TUBE, INLET VALVEAFTERCOOLER
7 39870795 1 AIRENDSEPARATOR 7 39878053 1 ELBOW, TUBE
8 39870803 1 TUBE, INLET VALVE-AFTERCOOLER 8 39156435 1 CONNECTOR
9 39878053 1 ELBOW, TUBE 39184510 1 PLUG
10 39156435 1 CONNECTOR (BASE MOUNT) 9 42410761 1 VALVE. INLET
39184510 1 PLUG MOUNT) 9A 39139266 7
11 42410761 1 INLET 10 95000089 1 ORING, ADAPTER PLATE
11A 39139266 7 11 39869045 1 ADAPTER, INLET VALVE TO Al REND
12 95000089 1 ADAPTER PLATE 11A 39185293 6 SCREW
13 39869045 1 INLET VALVE TO AIREND 12 39496591 i GASKET, Al REND
13A 39185293 6 SCREW 13 39304332 1 CLAMP, AIR FILTER
14 39496591 1 Al REND 14 39582721 i FILTER AIR
15 39304332 1 AIR FILTER 15 39128624 1
16 39582721 1 AIR 16 39870878 1
17 39870829 1 TUBE, SEPARATOR TUBE-INLET VALVE 17 39111703 1
18 39316203 1 LOAD SOLENOID 18 39316203 1
19 39871876 1 TUBE, 19 39871876 1 TUBE,
20 39303219 1 ORIFICE, CHECK-VALVE-FILTER 20 39303219 i ORIFICE, CHECK-VALVE-FILTER
21 39124813 10" TUBING 21 39124813 10" TUBING
22 39155577 1 TUBE 22 39155577 1 ELBOW, TUBE
23 39156393 1 TUBE 23 39156393 1 CONNECTOR, TUBE
24 39870811 1 24 39139332 60" CONDUIT. FLEX
25 39796453
.,
39132261 60" SEAL
26 39180872 1 CAP 25 39479431 1 CONDUIT (NEMA 1)
27 39476817 1 MANIFOLD, OIL FEED 95361390 1 CONNECTOR, CONDUIT (NEMA 4)
28 95938965 1 PLUG 26 95952388 1 COUPLING
29 39477005 1 CONNECTOR 27 39114079 1 LOCKNUT
30 39139332 60" FLEX 1) 39108949 1 LOCKNUT
39132261 60" (NEMA4) 28 39416128 1 SWITCH,
31 39479431 1 CONNECTOR, CONDUIT (NEMA 1) 29 39404165 1 0-RING
95361390 1 CONNECTOR, CONDUIT (NEMA 4) 30 39870902 1 TUBE, AIREND-SEPARATOR TUBE
32 95952388 1 COUPLING 31 39317250 1 CONNECTOR, TUBE
33 39114079 1
39108949 1
34 39416128 1
35 39404165 1 ORING
01 36 39848148 1 TUBE, FRONT BEARING FEED
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1
1-1
1-1
2
RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS
COMPRESSOR PART DESCRIPTION
THERMOSTATIC CONTROL
ORIFICE/FILTER/CHECK
SWITCH, START I STOP
LINE
LINE PRESSURE
AUXILIARY (1 Ma 2Ma - SIZE F & K
CONTACT, AUXILIARY (1 Ma & 2Ma - FOR SIZE N ~ r ~
HOURMETER
HOURMETER
1-R
PART
NO.
42413114
42420307
39582721
92740950
42412452
39236328
39433735
42410761
42421347
42421354
39316203
39236492
39243894
39416128
39843735
39878913
39441944
39303219
39219332
39100029
39201884
39:240064
39245337
39226618
39233382
39121256
39121256
95295986
39315700
39316203
39231915
39231899
39318845
39318852
35258508
35245224
39403290
39125091
39242268
39243985
42370353
39699418
39235288
39239447
39239454
*QUANTITY VARIES PER MACHINE. CONTACT YOUR LOCAL DISTRIBUTOR.
PER
UNIT
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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7.3 RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS (CONTINUED)
lmR QTY
COMPRESSOR PART DESCRIPTION PART PER
NO. UNIT
FULL VOLTAGE STARTER PARTS
SIZE K
39237318
39237250
39237292
39237342
SIZE N
39237334
39237276
39237300
39237367
STAR DELTA STARTER PARTS
SIZE F
39239850 1
39239868 1
1
39226592 1
39214986 1
35249754 1
35245224 1
SIZE K
39237318
39237250
39237292
39237342
STARTER OVERLOAD 39237367
STAR-DELTA TIMER (1 35249754
RELAY 1 35245224
**PURCHASE COMPLETE CONTACTOR ASSEMBLY.
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MAINTENANCE RECORD
llME 110111 TIME Wllllll llOl\IE UllllT WllRK
{llllURS) MEASURE BY
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MAINTENANCE RECORD
om RUN TIME Wlllll!IOlllE UNIT Wiii
(HOODS) MEASURE RY
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