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For yoursafety

Strictly a d h e r et o i n s t r u c t i o n s m a r k e dw i t h t h i s s y m b o l Thisavoids damage to the machine and otherunits. T a k es p e c i a c l a r ew h e n c a r r y i n g outoperations m a r k e dw i t h t h i s s y m b o lotherwise danger to life, prevention O b s e r v ea c c i d e n t regulations prevention The localsafetyand accident regulations applyunconditionally to the operation of the separator. lnstructiom n anual givenin thismanual Follow onlythe instructions proOperate t h e s e p a r a t oo r n l yi n a c c o r d a n cw e i t ha g r e e d param cessand operating eters Maintain the separatoa r s specified i n t h i sm a n u a l C a r r yo u t s a l e t yc h e c k s o n t he s e pa r a t o r"Safety precautions" as described in chapter in thismanual passes f o r t h ef u n c t i o n o f t h em a c h i n e Liability t o t h eo w n e r passes Liability for the function of the machine unconditionally to the periods irrespective owneror operator of existing warranty in so faras is improperly maintained by oerscns the machine or serviced other personnel macnrne is service notapthanWestfalia Separator or if the withthe intended oliedin accordance use. rf- ch occurs Westfalia AG shall notbe liable fordamage Separator as rabrlity Warranty a result of the above. anc of non-observance condiia Seoarator tionsin theConditions of Saleand Deliverv of Westia AG are not extended by the above.

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Correctusage . 1 . 2 Safety stickers on the machine principles Basic operating 1.4 Bowlspeedand product 1 . 5 Operations on the separator 1. 5 . 1 Assembly 1 . 5 . 2 Electrical appliances 1 . 5 3 Before start-up
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2,1 Application 2 . 1 . 1 Centrifuge withwate r content monitoring (WMS) system for fueloiltreatment ..

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When assembling thebowl. besure to strictly adhere to the instructions "bowl", givenin chapter in order to avoid undue unbalance. Before starting thebowl, besure tofit allparts. Tighten thebowllockring securely: the"O"marks onthebowl bottom or bowl topandonthelock ring must be in line with each other.

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The governing accidentprevention regulations apply for the electrical appliances andinstallations. The frequency and voltageof the power mustcorrespond to the supply machine ications. specif Carryout potential equalization. legalregulations; e.g.in Observe t h eE U : - Low-voltage guideline 73l23lEWG - Electro-magnetic compatibility 89/336/EWG

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Check whether the supervisory equipment is operational andthecorrectlimitvalues are adjusted. Whenhoods,concentrate collectors and vessels are pressurized e.g.by - Inert gas, - cooling, - steamsterilization etc, the pressures statedon the nameplatemustnotbe exceeded.

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I n c a s e o f l r e q ue n c y c o n v e r t e ro p e r ation:

. Do notunder anycircumstances manipulate the frequency converter to exceedthe permissible bowtspeed (seemaker's nameplate) . The separator may onlybe operated withan independent device f orspeed limiting.

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Donotfeedproduct which is categorised as exolosive. Theseparator mustnotbe usedin areas where protection explosion is reourreo.

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Whenprocessing products harmful to persons, observe thepertinent safetyregulations. Refer to thesafety datasheet of the product. protective Wear clothing.

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Maintenance repair work may to1r e extent and only becarried outbythecustomer inthisinstruction manual. asdescribed

notdescribed inthis manual may becar edout Maintenance work only andrepair shops" authorized bythemanufacturer bythemanufacturer or by"repair yourseparator rnscected We therefore, recommend in yourowninterest to have yo"rseparkeep intervals. inspections will service atregular Such byour engineers working reliable undesirable shut-downs, ator andprevent
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Load-carrying equipment suchas liftingdevices for - bowlor distributor. - chains etc, may only be usedfor work routines in thisinstruction as described manual. Do not usedamaged or incomplete loadcarrying equipment.

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Corrosion

Corrosion canalsoaffect bowlpartsmadeof stainless Thiscorrosion steel. canbe flat-spread or pit-or crack-shaped and merits special attention, Corrosion on stainless steelbowlmaterial should be examined thoroughly anddocumented. (reduction Flat-spread corrosion can usually be measured of wallthickness)

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Pit-or crack-shaped corrosion cannot without At be measured the riskof damage. the initial stagepit-shaped is generally ions. corrosion caused by chlorine Depending on the stressing of the part,pit-shaped corrosion can resultin crackshaoed corrosion. Possible formation of pit-shaped corrosron.

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Suchpittings can onlybe investigated by a materials expert, In caseof crack-shaped flat-spread corrosion aftackwithor withoutsuperposed the machine must be shut andpit-shaped corrosion on mainbowlcomponents, d o w ni mme d i a t e l y . yournearest Westfalia AG representative for a thoroug h examiContact Separator nation. gs Pittin Pittingswhich are close togetheror forma linearpattern can signifycrack formation beneath thesurface. Suchpittings should be investigated by exDert. a materials

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The following factors favourthe occurrence of erosion: . hardsolidsparticles . highthroughput capacities Thefirstsignsof erosion should be carefully observed anddocumented. Erosion can deepenrapidly, thereby weakening the bowlmaterial. your nearest Contact Westfalia representative Separator for a thorough examrnation Information on the nature of the damage can be provided by photos plaster castsor leadmolds

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The surfaces mostsusceptible to erosion are 1) thebottom of thedistributor. the rising channels andthe ribs pump(cavitation) 2) the centripetal ports, 3) all surfaces in the areaof the solids discharge 4\ thenozzles.

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lube oiltreatment Components of theplant andtheseparator Technical Data. principles Operating of theseparator

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Theseparators OSC . ,-0136-. andOSC . .-s6-, . . withUNTTROL system r are eQuipped witha self-cleaning disk-type bowtand ' areapplied forclarification andpurification in fueloil(upto a density of 1.0'lg/ml) andlubeoiltreatment olants. Thecentrifuges of thec -Generation areequipped witha "soft-stream-inlet system,, for gentleproduct treatment. This resultsin optimum separating efficienlyand higherspecific capacities, Thepatented HydroStop system enables controlled bowlejections to be performed at fulloperating speed, The centrifuges operate without regulating rings, Thecentrifuges withuNlrRoL system areprovided withtwobasicmonitoring systems: r Watercontent - WMS monitoring system . Sludge - SMS spacemonitoring system meansthe separation ,,separation" of liquid mixtures whichconsist of two liquids. withsimultaneous removal of the solidscontained in the liquids. is the removal ,,Clarification" of solids froma liouid. The mostimportant component of thecentrifuge is thebowl.Depending on theap-0136plication, thebowlof design canbe assembled to ooerate o as clarifier/purifier bowt(WMS)or . as clarifier bowlwith self-thinker controlsystem (SMS) Conversion of the clarifier/purifier bowlintoa clarifier bowlwithself-thinker control systemandviceversacan be carried outquickly and easily. Prerequisite for treatment technology (separation) is thatthe components of the product - canbe separated mechanically - havedifferent densities and - do notemulsify.

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2 . 1. 1 C e n t r i f u g ew i t h w a t e r c o n t e n tm o n i t o r i n g s y s t e m ( W MS ) f o r f u e lo i l t r e a t m e n t

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Dirtyoil feed Cleanoil discharge Displacement water gauge Pressure Conductivity sensor Pressure switch (nofunction withWMS) Solenoid valve Solenoid valve Sensing liquid flow

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pump Sensing liquid C o n t r ou l nit C e n t r i p e tp au l m p( c l e a n oii) Separating disk Dirty waterdischarge Sludge space Sludge discharge Operating waterdischarge Operating waterfeed (openl) C o n t r oh l oles

Thefueloilis conveyed to thecentrifuge pumpor a pump by means of a separate flanged to the separator, The clarified cleanoil is discharged (2) by meansof centripetal underpressure pump (12). The bowlis opened and closed automaiically for solidsejection at f ull bowlspeed by means of a remote-controlled solenoid valvein the operating waterline. The opening timeof thesolenoid valveis 3 seconds. Thesmallvolume (9)which of liquid is branched offviatheseparating disk(13) and pump(10)is monitored thesensing (5) liquid by a conductivity sensor lf the sensorregisters waterthe solenoid valve(8) opensand the waterftowsoff through thedirtywater (14). discharge The centrifuge operates as a purifier. As soonas the sensor detects a change in conductivity brought abcutby an inproportion creased of oil,thesolenoid valve(8)closes andthe solenoid valve(7) opensintermittently. Thesensing liquid flow(9) is recycled rntot:refeed(1).The centrifuge operates as a clarifier. Thecontrol and monitoring unitguarantees unsupervised opera:icn

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ThesMs for f uel oil treatment . is applied for clarification in two-stage fueloil treatment. Thefueloil is fedto the ctarifier by thedischarge pumpof the upstream centripetat purifier. The clarified cleanoil is discharged underpressure (2) by meansof centripetal pump (12). The bowlis opened and closed automatically for solidsejection at fullbowlspeed by meansof a remote-controlled solenoid valvein the operating waterline.The opening timeof the solenoid valveis 3 seconds. A smallamount of tiquid is diverted via the separating disk (13).tt is conveyed by the sensing liquidpump(i 0) to the pressure (6) and recycted switch backintothe f e e d{ 1 ) . lf the sensing liquidintake becomes blocked due to wateror solidsaccumulation in the sludge space(15),the pressure switch(6)sendsa pulse to the controt unit. The automatic solidsejection program is triggered. The control system thus monitors the entiretreatment svstem.

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Fig. 43 - Sludge space monnoilng system (SMS) for lube oil trcatmenl

1 2 3 4 6 9 10 11 12

Dirty oil feed Cleanoil discharge Displacement water gauge Pressure Pressure switch Sensing liquid flow pump Sensing liquid C o n t r ou l nit pump(clean Centripetal oil)

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Separating disk Dirty waterdischarge Sludge space Sludge discharge Operating waterdischarge Operating waterfeed Throttle Control holes(open!)

ThesMs for lubeoiltreatment . is applied for the clarification lubeoil of diesel engine pumpor a pump The lubeoil rsconveyed to the centrifuge by meansof a separate flanged to the separator. Thefeed(1) is through linesystem. a closed (2) by meansof centripetal The clarified cleanoil is discharged underpressure pump (12). The bowlis opened for solidsejection at f ull bowlspeed andclosed automatically waterline. valvein the operating The by meansof a remote-controlled solenoid valveis 3 seconds opening timeof the solenoid Asmallamounto l ifq u i d i s d i v e r t ev di a t h e s e p a r a t i d n ig s k( 1 3 ) l t i s c o n v e y eb dy (6)andrecycled pump(10)to thepressure liquid switch backintothe thesensing (19). feed(1)via a throttle (3). (15) is partially f illed withwater Before The separation begins, thesludge space Dd u(r1 in co els ss a n d dirty0ilisthenfedinthroughthefee ) g t h e s e p a r a t i o n p r os id in sludge waterareseparated fromthe0il andcollect space(15) Wnenthewater (9)is interrupted. (20) thebypass Thepressure reaches holes falls thecontrol off (6)sendsa pulse andthe pressure switch to the control unit(l1l program Theautomatic is theninitiated by displacement solids ejection Thecontrol ooera:ror andmonitorin0 unitouarantees unsuoervised

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2 . 3 T e c h n i c a lD a t a S u bj e c t t o m o d i f i c a t i o n !

Bowl

(total) Solids space


Speedfor densities - of the product up to 1.05kg/dm3 (at 15 oC)and - theseparated solids up to 1.4kg/dm3 Speed for higher densities Starting time

11 dm3

6 440-6 550 rpm

consult the factory 6-10 min

C e n t r i p e t ap lump

Delivery capacity Pressure head

15 000- 23 000 l/h 2-3 bar

S t a n d a r do p e r a t i n gw a t e r s p e c i f i c a t i o n

Vol. of susoended matter


Particle size Hardness: - up to 55 oC separating temperature - above55 oC separating temperature

m a x .1 0 m g / l m a x ,5 0 p m

< 1 2 0d H
< 60dH

Thedifferent hardness specifications can be converted glvenbeusingthe formula low: = 1.25"eH = 179ppmCaCO3 1 " d H= 1 . 7 9 " f H

ions Chlorine pH value

< 100 mg/l 6 . 5- 7 . 5

Mo t o r

Power Speed at 50 Hz Speedat 60 Hz

15-22kW
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1 745 rpm

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gear pump pump Flanged or alternatively unit (gear pump) orscrew


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Suction height Pressure head.adiustable

4 500- 25 000 yh

4 mWC 1 0 - 2 0m W C

Weights

pump) (without separator motor, without


Bowl AC motor 3-phase DC motor
og nsize) Gearpump (dependin

1 220 kg 365 kg 140 kg 243 kg


1 1- 4 6 Kg

(depending Pre-strainer onpump output)

8-26 kg

Capacity The capacity of the separator depends on the . viscosity . temperature . density . impurity loading . watercontent and . required degree0f purity of the product

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principles 2.4 Operating o f G e ne r a l theseoarator

fora specific Before is characterized applicati0n. coming A separator bythebowl principles are of theseparator of thebowl thegeneral operating to theparticulars first exolained mixtures mixtures canbeseoarated Liouid or liouid-solids - in thegravitational field tankor of thesettling - inthecentrifugal field of theseparator, have densities. different of theproducts the constituents orovided more effective than thegravitaisextremely field Asthecentrif ugal oftheseparator faster ismuch intheseparator separation tank. centrifugal ofthesettling tionalfield inthesettling tank. thanseparation

principles 2.4.1 Operating o f t h eb o w l


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C l a r i f i eb r owl The clarifier bowlis usedif solidsare to be separated out of a liquid. Theoperating principle of the clarifier bowlonlydiffers fromthe purifier bowlin that . thedischarge of the heavyliquid phaseis ctosed. Onlysolid-liquid separation takesptace.

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princiPles 2.4.2 Operating lically of thehydrau sliding controlled piston

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Ei e c t i o n Bowlopen

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discharge Lightcomponent pumP) (centripetal feed Product water Feedfor make-uP space Sludge (bowl) solidsdischarge piston Sliding piston Annular

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discharge liquid Closing discharge liquid Opening discharge component Heavy Solids discharge feed liquid Operating chamber Injection discharge liquid Operating

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a highcenbowlproduces fed intothe rotating water) liquid(usually Theoperating piston andsliding the annular pressure to actuate is utilized pressure. This trifugal piston the bowl. openandclose which piston piston andannular Thesliding a inside the bowlbottom are.as shownin the figure. as the otherbowlparts a velocity withthe sameangular rotate
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t h eb o w l Closing by liquidis actuated for operating device the shut-off the separator, Afterstarting unit. means the control of liquid Theoperating r flowsintothe injection and of the bowlbottom chamber . fromthere chamber. intotheclosing inlet holes through is initiated. the bowl closing of By thismeans piston Theannular position. . movesintoclosed pressure in theclosing chamber The liquid . rises piston, thesliding thus piston r presses of the bowlbottom, the gasket against the sliding . closing the bowl.

t h eb o w l( e j e c t i o n ) Opening unit by meansof the control liquidis opened for operating device The shut-off liquid Theoperating . flowsfirstintothe ejection and chamber . thenintotheopening chamber. piston Theannular o risesthuscausing . emptying chamber. of the closing piston Thesliding . movesdownwards and solids pofisin thebowlbottom fordischarging theseparated . opens theejection

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2.4.3 operatingprinciples The centripetal pumpdischarges pressure. theseparated liquid under of the centripetal The operating principles pumpcan be compared of the centripetal withthatof a pump c e n t r i f u gp au l mp.

pump In caseof the centrifugal r the impeller fittedwithinclined vanesrotates in a stationary casing; . theliquidtobepumpedflowsfromtheinsidetotheoutsidethroughimpelle cnannels. The reverse is the case with the cenpump: tripetal o it is fixedto thehoodof theseparator; r its disc,whichis provided withchannels,is immersed in the liquidrotatingwiththe bowl.

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The liquidis peeled pumpand flowsintoits spirat off by the centripetal channets fromoutside, its kinetic energy beingconverted intopressure energy whichis capable of discharging the liquid underpressure. At a lowbackpressure pumpis small,lt thedepthof immersion of thecentripetal can, however, be increased by throttling the valvein the discharge tine.By this meansit is oossible to obtain - a goodliquid seal, - an air-and foamfree product, - a higher backpressure.
p r i n c i p l e s The separator 2.4.4 Operating is drivenby a standard motor, type 85. of the gear Powertransmission to the bowlspindleis effected via a centrifugal clutchto the

wormwheel via a wormgearwhere shaftandfromthere thewormwheelis thedriving member andthe wormthedriven member. gear Simultaneously the mounted pumpis drivenby the wormwheelshaftvia a safetyclutch
2.4.5 Operating p r i n c i p l e s The centrifugal clutch of thecentrifugal r gradually brings thebowltoits rated speed clutch

. eliminating premature wearon gearpartsand on the motor, Thestarting current andthe acceleration timecanbe regulated by thenumber of clutch shoesinserted. Forfurther details referto sect. 4.6 - Centrifugal clutch.

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2.5 Theregulating ring (using oil purification as an exampte)

O n l yf o r - 0 2 - o p e r a t i o n Function o f t h er e g u l a t i nrg ing Optimum dewatering of oilscontaining wateris onlypossible if thebowlis correctly adjusted in density to the difference between the oil and the water. Theregulating ring withthecorrect inner diameter, i.e. withthediameter thatcorresponds to thedensity difference between theoil andwater, should therefore be selected fromthe set of regulating rings(withdifferent inner diameters) with supplied the separator and fittedin the bowl. The innerdiameter ringto be selected of the regulating can be determined by exThe ruleof thumbis: oeriment. r s m a l lr e g u l a t i n rg ing f o r h e a v yo i l , r l a r g er e g u l a t i n f o rl i g h to i l . rg ing

2.5.1 Determining t h e s i z e To avoidemulsification, beginthetestby inserting a largediameter regulating ring of regulating r i n g b y and thenswitch t0 the nextsmallest. e x pe r im e nt lf theregulating ringis too large, (using oilpurification as - the waterdischarging through thewateroutlet willcontain oil. an example)

lf the regulating ringis too small, - slight willoccur emulsification or - the 0il discharging willcontain through the cleanoil outlet water, The milkyor dirtyappearance of the wateris quitenormal: it is causedby the oil process. wasnrng A separating zonebetween thelightand heavyliquid formsin the bowl;thecentre line. of thiszoneis theseparating lf thecorrect regulating ringhasbeenselected, linewillbe positioned theseparating at the outerrim of the discs. Afteropening thebowl, linebetween waterandoil.whichis normally theseparating foundon the underside willindicate of theseparating disc, theposition of theseparzone. ating Correctly selected regulatinr gi n g . The separating line betweenwater and oil is at the outer edge of the 0lscs, Effect: - Thedischarging clean oilis freefrom waIer. - Thedischarging waterisfreefromoil,

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gi n gt o o diam e t e ro f r e g u l a t i n r Inner wide r The separating line betweenwater andoil - is located far outside0f the discs and - is too closeto the outerrim of the disc. separating Effect: - Thedischarging clean oilis freefrom waIer. - Thedischarging oilor water contains - oil breaks the waterseal. r i n gt o o e t e ro f r e g u l a l i n g I n n e rd i a m na r r o w o The separating line betweenthe is located towards liquid components of the discsinthe smalldiameter steadof beingat the outerrim of the 0rscs. Effect: - The discharging clean oil contains water. - Thedischarging isfreefromoil. water

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Before start-uo Before initial start-up Whenever starting . of separator Start-up Monitoring of operation . . : , . . ti; " theseparating Setting ..,. tingtimeby calculation Determining thesepara Bowleiections...... theseparator Stopping Trouble shooting . faults Separator Bowlfaults

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( sections: T e c h n i c ailn f o r m a t i o n Takenoteof the following

SeDaration

viscosity to with lowest of the product is achieved efficiency The bestseparation be seoarated. products, Inthe caseof non-conforming - referto the salesdocuments or - consult the manufacturer. mustbe increased. temperature oil the separating In the caseof emulsified (thermostat) The mustbefitted. controller is used, lf an oilpre-heater a temperature thermometer. on a screwed-in mustbe displayed of the feedproduct temperature

3 . 1. 2 N o t e s o n s e p a r a t i o n The centrifuge w i t h t h e p u r i f i e rb o w l - canbe converted withtheaid control system without self-thinker intoa purifier (-02- operation) kit (seesect.2.5) of a conversion

- and can thenbe applied stage. in the firstseparation "Separation" so thatthe to unitmustbe switched modeof thecontrol Theoperating Thewater forpurifiers. sealwhich waternecessary withthesealing bowlissupplied mustbe maintained durprevents thewateroutlet through the oilfromdischarging ingseparatron.

p water 3 . 1. 3 M a k e - u

Lubeoil seoaration

water.i.e. ior instance the dropwise Make-up the entire separatof waterthroughput addition ingtime. in the past; was commonplace This practice withtoday's highdetergent oils(HD= however is now and should D it the exception Heavy uty) manuthe oil out after consulting carried onlybe facturer. i.e.for instance thecontinuous water, Make-up of washwaterup to 10 % by vol. addition practice for in fuel treatment This is accepted powerplants withgas turbines. onshore

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as a stanSystem control withthe self-thinker is equipped clarifier I o t e s o n s e P a r a t i o n The centrifugal r r t h t h e c l a r i l i e rb o w l dardfeature. the selfchecking wrthwater(exception: bowl may not be supplied The clarifier displacement), function andduring thinker "Clarifying" This unit. onthecontrol beswitched musttherefore mode Theoperating process. thef illing suppresses automatically in the products to polish systemserves control bowlwithself-thinker The clarifier f unction monitoring a whileat thesametimeexecuting stage separation thesecond of the entiresystem. control solidsejection and solids-dependent products. quality checkof the different out a carries therefore The centrifuge valves of thesolenoid actuation at fullbowlspeedby automatic G c n e r a il n f o r m a t i o n Thebowlis ejected water. for operating on bowl eiections timeiS the ejection system control modewithself-thinker operating In the clarifier by the levelof solidsin the bowl determined time mustbe purifier, the ejection as a conventional is operated lf the centrifuge time separating (see The determined graphically 3.5). or calculation by determined unit. parameter mustbe set on the control nt D i s p l a c ee m canbe reejection. during unavoidable the lossof feedliquid Whenseparating, ejecsludge water before with liquid feed the by displacing ducedto a minimum feed processing valuable when importance place is special This of tiontakes liquid. by experiliquid supplyhasto be determined of the displacement Theduration ment. from liquid willdischarge is too long, displacement . lf thettmeof displacement outlet the lightliquid willrefeedliquid is too short,partof thevaluable o lf thetimeof displacement duringejection. mainin the bowland thenbe ejected thevalve by throttling canalsobe accomplished r Disptacement of the lightliquid liquid. heavy for line in thedischarge Fl us h ej e c t i o n be ejected stuckto thewall and cannot lf thesolidsare firmly - due to an excessively longdwelltimeor - due to the solidsProperties, out mustbe carried or a f lushejection timemustbe shortened theseparating either it again product, emptying and or water with thebowl by filling aftera totalejection control Program arebest intervals defined at precisely . Displacement, andflushejections ejection unit. control outwiththe automatic carried can be monitored' o The cleanoil discharge andwaterdischarge or acoustically. o Faults optically canbe signalled

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3 . 2 B e f o r es t a r t - u p

Note: - Safetyprecautions in section 1. - Instruction manual of the resoective control unit (3.4). Checkhoses and hosepipes Fillgearchamber withoilthrough oilfillholeuntiloillevet is up to upper thirdof glass(4 2.2). sight pipeof gearpump(ifavailable) Fillsomeoilintooilsuction to prevent thepump fromseizing. pump: Checkheight of bowlandcentripetal seesection 4.5. Release brakeby turning handleclockwise.
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3 . 2 . 1 B e f o r e i n i t i a ls t a r t - uP .
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Checkif bowlcan be turned by hand. Closethe hoodand fasten with hex headscrews. Applya thinfilmto guidesurfaces piece(see andthreads of handte connection lubrication chart) . Introduce handleconnection oiece intohoodandscrewit downto fasten the centripetalpump (teft-hand thread ). Todo this,usewrench 2. . Connect water supply line.

3 . 2 . 2 W h e ne v e r s t a r t i n g

Loosen brake by turning the handle clockwise. Checkif bowlcan be turned by hand. Closethe hoodandfasten with hex headscrews, Apply a thinfilmto guide piece surfaces (see andthreads of handle connection lubrication chart). . Introduce piece handleconnection intohoodandscrewit downto fasten pump (left-h centripetal and thread ). Todo this,usewrench 2. o Connection watersupply line. . Check if gear chamber isf illed withoil up to upper thirdof sightglass.

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S t a r t - u po f s e p a r a t o r

See section 3.2.2.


g e a rp u m p : O n s e p a r a t ow r i t hf l a n g e d - Openshut-off devicein the dirtyoil line. Switch on the motor. (sect. Compare current andstarting timewiththediagram 4.1.3) until thebowl hasreached (revolution nameplate thespeedspecified on theseparator indicator)afterapprox.6 - 10 minutes. O np u r i f i e r : - Startthe oil pre-heater afterswitching on the motor! Hydraulically closethe bowl: - Briefly for operating liquid openthe shut-off device several times,

Openthe shut-off valvein the cleanoil discharge. Switch on thecontrol unit. Startthe program. Afterthe feedvalveshaveautomatically opened - set the cleanoil backpressure 2.0 bar', to approx. - adjust thedesired throughput; - correct in the cleanoil discharge the backpressure if necessary. Check discharges for sludge water; anddirty theremustbe no oilflow! in self-think-er Thisshould Checkbackpressure system. be 1.6- 1.9 bar.

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3.4 g of operation Mo n i t o r i n
a t t he l a t e s t e v e r y O P E R A T I O N S
750 1 500 4 000 8 000 1 6 0 0 0 3
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a l t e r f o l l o w i n go p e r a t i n gh o u r s

6 monlns

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L U B R I C A T I O N

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Check oil level W h e n u s i n g m i n e r a lo i l : f l Oil change and thoroughcleaningof gear chamber.tr

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W h e n u s i n g s y n t h e t i co i l : @ Oil change and thoroughcleaningof gear chamber.tr

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of mainbowlparts.E Grease sliding andguidesurfaces andre-inRemove. cleanandgreasetr thebowllockring, stallit.

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. . o r o o . Oillevel Temperatures Pressures Leakages Vibrations Power consumption Starting time

- payattention - especially hours to thefollowing: operating during thefirst'1500 On yourdailyround

H o s e sa n d h o s e p i p e s

life Service
including slorage lime if applicable

6 years 2 years

life Storage

inspection: pipes during criteria areestablished Replace if anyofthefollowing thehose . Damage (e.9. rubmarks, or cracks) layer cuts layer through to thetextile extending to theouter
. LeaKS.

. Damaged (impaired function). sealing hosefitting or deformed (S ightsurface for replacement is no reason damage ) o Thehosebecomes fromitsfitting. dislodged . Corrosion function whichimpairs andstrength, of thefitting

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thoroughly. Whenever changing oil,cleangearchamber 4.2.2- oil quality seeseclion 4.2.3- lubrication chart scc scclion tn practice. grease thispart;ii hasgivengocdrcsulis Mobilith SHC 100or SHC460for greasing We recommend the synthelic

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programming, of thesepautomatic accurate se.tting S c t t i n g t h e s e p a r a t i n g Whenusing time-dependent phases) if thethroughis onlypossible Dme ejection time(running timebetween arating putrateof thecentrifuge fedto thecentrif uge content of the medium andthesolids the setting lf thisis notthe case.it maybe necessary to correct remain constant. whileoperating. Theseparating timedepends . on thesolidscontent fed in, as,well as of the material . on thesludge space of the bowland o on thethroughput capacity of the centrifuge. by calculation. The separating timecan be determined p l ef o r t h e o r e t i c a i me : o f t h es e p a r a t i nt g dle t e r m ination Determining the sep- Exam arating t i me b y c a l culation p proportion Solids Gi v e n :

= =

0 . 0 5% 1 1| 8l 8 0 0 0l / h ? min

Sludge space 75% utilized Sludge space Throughput capacity R e g u i r e d :S e p a r a t i n g t i m e as follows: Theseparating timeto besetis calculated

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3.6 Bowlejections

Bowl ejections should notbedeferred until thesolids hotding space is completely filled, since it would lead to poor separating efficiency.
A u t o ma t i c o D e r a t i o n

. Start program ejection by pressing keyfor"Program start": - Product feedis closed via312-way valve. - Displacement - Bowlejection - Speed recovery . Open product feed.

M a n u a lo p e r a t i o n

. Stop product supply to separator: - Closeproduct valvemanually. e Bowleiection:

- Open feed manually operating-liquid approx. 2 - 3 sec.

. Speed recovery - Wait 20- 30 sec. approx. . Separation - Open product valve manually.

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Switch offthepreheater. - Continue product fora fewminutes, thepreheater to feed since continues to heat fora short time.
A u t o m a t i c o p e r at i on

. Displacement . Start program ejection keyfor"Program byoperating start": - theejection program runs down.
o Afterejection program stopthe separating by operating keyfor "Program stoD",

M a n u a lo p e r a t i o n

Closethe oroduct feed: - Closeproduct valvemanually. Perform solids eiection: s. section 3.6

(oil). Close discharge of lightliquid Closefeedfor operating water. filling and displacement water.

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Switch off the motor. Switch off the feedpump Closeshut-off devicein suction sideof feedpump. Brakethe seoarator. Applybrake handle by turning anti-clockwise, Waituntilthe bowl hascometo rest! D on o tl o o s e n a n yp a r tb e l o r e t h eb o w li s a t a s t a n d s t i l l . indicator Onlywhenthe revolution rotating dischasstopped is the bowlat rest!

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3 . 8 T r o u b l es h o o t i n g

Thefollowing tables arean aidfor locating and eliminating faults. "Maintenance lf assembly operations haveto be carried outrefer to thesection and Reoair".

3 . 8 . 1 S e p a r a t o rf a u l t s Fault Possible c a us e s
R e me d i e s

Thebowl doesnotcome uo Brake is aoolied. to rated speed or takestoo long to doso


Motoris incorrectly connected Friction surfaces of clutchshoesare orly.

Release brake by turning handle clockwise.

Checkconnection. Wipedry friction surfaces. D o n o t u s e b e n z i n en ,or trichlorelhylene n o r a n yo t h e rs o l v e n t ! Reolace the clutch shoes.

Clutch shoelinings areworn.

Insufficient numberof clutch shoes Add clutch shoes. are inserted. Bowlis too highor too low and thus Adjustto proper bowlheight. pump. rubsagainst centripetal

Liquid or dirthasaccumulated in the Checkoperating-water outlet: upper section resulting of frame. in liquidmustflowout freely. braking ofthebowl. Clean inside of upper section o{
frame.

plate Clamp isnot tight worm Tighten long hex head screws on enough; wheel slios onworm wheel shaft. wormwheelevenly andfirmty.
Bowl speed drops during operatron. Friction surfaces of clutchshoesare orly.

Wipe dryfriction surfaces.


Do not use benzine, nor trichloret h y l e n e ,n o r a n y o t h e r s o l v e n t !

Motor speed drops during operation, Checklinevoltage and motor.


plate Clamp is nottight enough; worm Tighten long hex head screws on wheelslioson wormwheelshaft, wormwheelevenly andfirmly. The bowlcomesup to rated Toomanvclutch shoesare inserted, speed toofast(inlessthan 5 minutes) Motor pulls too higha starting current. Reduce number of clutch shoes to 4 or Ensure uniform distribution of shoes

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Possible causes

R e m e d ie s

,^evenrunof seoarator.

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Bowlis outof balance dueto followino P o s . 1 - 4 : . Stopseparator. . Applybrake. . Closedirty oil feed and clean oil discharge.
o Bowl ejectionmust be avoided,

sinceotherwise the vibrations occuring during slowing downwould Increase. lf the bowlleaks, . openwatersupply all the way. 1. The separated solidshavedeoositedunevenly in the bowl. 2. The bowl is incorrecfly assembled Assemble bowlcorrectrv 0r partsof different bowls(if ptant hasseveral separators) havebeen interchanged. 3. The pressure in the discstackhas slackened. Check if bowl lock ring is screwedon tightly.

An insufficiently tightened lock r i n g c a n m e a n d a n g e rt o l i f e !

Check number of discs. parts 4, Bowl aredamaged.


Sendbowlto factory for repair. Do not attempt to makeyourown repairs! N e v e rw e l d o r s o l d e rs i n c e itwould impair the strength of the bowil Neckbearing springs are fatigued or broken. Replace all neckbearing springs.

Cup springs pressure Insert or cylindrical newcupsprings or cylindrical spring in bottom bearing arebroken. pressure spflng.
Bowlis too low in the frame. Ballbearings areworn, Readjust bowlheight.

Replace worn bearings.


ATTENTION! Asspindle bearings pre useonlyhigh cision ballbearings (seelistof pa':s

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Fault

Possible c a us e s

R e me d i e s

uneven run of separator Gearpartsarein bad condition dueto (cont'd.) 1. normal wear.

gearchamber Clean thoroughly.

Replace entireworm wheel and, atthe (never worm sametime, spindle replace part). only onegear Be sureto referto sect."Fitting the worm wheel wheelshaft"! andworm
Fillin freshoil. Change oil moreoften.

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premature wearcaused by: a) lackof oil E tr b) oil of too low a viscosity c) metalabrasives in the lube oil because - viscosity of oiltoolow - oil has not beenchanged in ttme, - gearchamber has not been cleaned. d) gear parts have not been changed at thesametime.

e) Water infiltration. because

I n c a s eo f w a t e ri n f i l t r a t i o n : Operating-water data: - Pressure2-5bar - Volume min.3 000 l/h (gauge ca+ 1.6| in 2 sec pacity by litres)

operating-liquid shut-off de- Shut-off devicemust alwaysremain pe- closed vicewasopenfora longer during standstill of separator, riodduring secureit with a second standstill of sepa- lf necessary, rator. shut-off device.
I normally recognizable by blue lempering colour of gear parls.

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Fault

Possible causes

R e me d i e s

Feecpump doesnotsucK tn
{f avarlable).

Feedpumpdoes not function cor- Check sealing ring in pump. rectly. pressure Check excess valve lf necessary, readjust it.
Suction linesare blocked or leakv. Clean or sealsuction lines, Checkfootvalvel Prestrainer is blocked or leakv,

prestrainer. Clean Replace gasket in housing cover.

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3 . 8 . 2 B o w l f a ul t s

r3
14 15 t6 7 6 5

17 18 19 20

3 2
I

feed Fig.52 - Bowl and operating-water

t 2 3 + 5 5 7 8 s 1o 11 12

feed Operating-water Injection chamber Feedhole Feedhole (bowlbottom) Gaskets Bowlbottom Discharge holes piston Annular Closing-chamberbottom piston Siiding (bowl Gasket bottom) (bowl Gasket top)

13 14 1s 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

(bowl Gasket top) piston) (sliding Gasket piston) (annular Gasket (closing-chamberbottom) Gasket piston) (annular Gaskets (closing-chamber bottom) Gaskets bottom) Gasket(closing-chamber (water chamber bottom) Gaskets valve Solenoid Strainer valve Shut-otf

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btt

Possible causes

Remedies

Holes3 or 4 or 7 in bowlbottomare blocked or the injection chamber is dirty, A rimof dirthasdeposited beneath the piston. sliding

Cleanholesand injection chamber

Dismantle thebowlandclean it.

Gaskets are damaged or theiredges Replace gaskets. havebeen frayeddue to the up and downmovement of theannular oiston andsliding piston.

ooes not close Gasket 12 in bowttop is damaged.

Replace gaskets.

Thesealing edgeof thesliding piston Lightly facesealing edge pisofsliding is damaged. IOnOr sendpiston to factory for repair. ccesnotopenat all completely. The operating-water feed rate is too low.

pressure. Check water lf necessary, increase pressure, Operating-water data: - Pressure2-5bar - Volumeof flowmin. 3 000 t/h(gauge
thecapacity = 1 ,6 | in 2 sec by litres)

Strainer in operating-water lineisdirty, Cleanstrainer Gasket in operating-water lineis damaged.Partof theoperating watergets lost. Replace gasket in operating-water line.

Passagesectionof operating-water Clean or replace operating-water line. linehasbecome toonarrow dueto dirt accumulation ordamage. Theamount of operating waterflowing intothe in_ jection chamber is insufficient. The operating-tiquid shut-offdevice Replace shut-off device, ooesnotopenproperly

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operating-water P e r a t n g - w a t e r feed Bowl owl a and nd o Fig.53 - E

t 2 3 c s o 7 B s 1o '11

feed Operating-water Injection chamber Feedhole Feedhole (bowlbottom) Gaskets Bowlbottom holes Discharge piston Annular Closing-chamberbottom piston Sliding (bowl bottom) Gasket 1 2 G a s k e(tb o w l t o p )

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

(bowl top) Gasket piston) (sliding Gasket piston) (annular Gasket (closing-chamber bottom) Gasket (annular Gaskets Piston) (closing-chamber bottom) Gaskets (closing-chamberbottom) Gasket (water bottom) chamber Gaskets valve Solenoid Strainer valve Shut-off

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Fault

Possible c a us e s

bowl doesnotopen at all c' notcomptetety. (cont'd.)

-he

Drydirt or rubber particles havesetf led - between centrifugation chamber bottom pistonor and annular - betweenannularpistonand bowl bottomor - betweenslidingpiston and bowl bottom. The closing chamber is dirty.

Cleanbowlparts Replace damaged gaskets. Greaseguidesurfaces (see lubricat i o np l a n ) .

Dismantle thebowl. Clean the closing chamber.

Gasket 12of polyamide fitsloosety in Replace polyamide gasket. thegroove of bowltop. Process liquid seeps intothegasket groove andpresses thegasket outof the groove whitethe stiding piston moves downwards, sothat there isno gapforsludge ejection.
ncomplete solidsejection of ihe bowl.Sludge remains in rhebowl. Feed rate of operating water is too low.

Check lineoressure. lf necessary, pressure. increase Operating-water data: - Pressure2-Sbar - Volume offlow min. 3 000l/h(gauge
thecapacity = 1 .6 | in 2 sec by litres)

The bowl has closedtoo soon.Solid particles whichcould not be ejected have graduallyaccumulated in the bowl and hardened throughthe long timeof centrifugation.

Clean the bowl. Leave operating-water valveopenfor about10 seconds. lf necessary, carryoutflushde-sludgingsafter de-sludging

The pressurein the disc stack has Add spare discorcompensating disc. slackened or istoolowdueto an insuf- Re-shape deformed discs.lf necesficient number of inserted discs. As a sary. replace them. result the discshavedeformed.

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13 14 15 16

17 18 19 20

s2044001
Fig.54 - Bowl and opercting-water feed

t 2 3 4 s 6 7 8 s 10 11 12

Operating-water feed Injection chamber Feedhole Feedhole (bowlbottom) Gaskets Bowlbottom Discharge holes piston Annular Closing-chamberbottom piston Sliding (bowl Gasket bottom) G a s k e(tb o w l t o p )

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

(bowl Gasket top) (sliding piston) Gasket piston) (annular Gasket (closing-chamber Gasket bottom) piston) (annular Gaskets (closing-chamber Gaskets bottom) (closing-chamber Gasket bottom) (water Gaskets chamber bottom) valve Solenoid Strainer valve Shut-ofl

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Fault

Possible causes

R e me d i e s

Gasket in bowl topbecomes Bowl hasclosed toosoon, Leave shut-offdevice for operating worn toorapidly. Solidshavebeenoressed intothe wateropenfor about10 sec. gasket by therising piston.
The process liquidcontains abrasive Prestrain process Iiquid. solids. The bowlopensaftera long separating time. The operating-liquid votumein the closing chamber has decreased during a long separating time (due to evaporation, etc.). The bowl has not beencleaned thoroughlybeforea long-term shut-down of theseparator. Scale hassetiled and driedup: - between centrifugation chamber bottom piston and annular or - betweenannularpistonand bowl bottomor - betweenslidingpistonand bowl bottom Check operating-water valveandcontrolunit.

The bowl does not closeor open properly aftera longtermshut-down of the seoarator,

Before removing - thecentrifugation chamber bottom - thesliding piston ano - theannular piston dislodge thedried-up scale using citric acidin thegaps - between centrifugation chamber piston bottom, sliding and annular piston or - betweensliding piston and bowl bottom. Thendismantle the bowland cleanit thoroughly.

ihe discharging cleanoil is lmpurities of high density(e.9.rust Cleandistributor neck, Crrty due to overflow of bowl, from tanksand pipe lines)have collected inthedistributor neck. Thefeed to bowlis hindered, resulting in overflow,

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4.1 Installation of the plant 4.1 . 1 Connecting the plant. 4 . 1 . 2 Fastening the separator 4 . 1 . 3 Motorconnection 4 . 1 . 4 Direction of rotation of the bowl 4 . 1 . 5 Speedand starting timeof bowl . 4.2 Maintenance and lubrication ... 4 . 2 . 1 Lubrication and maintenance schedule .... 4 . 2 . 2 Lubrication 4 . 2 . 3 Lubrication Chart 4 . 2 . 4 Wear to gear . 4.3 Bowl 4 . 3 . 1 Dismantling the bowl 4 , 3 . 2 Cleaning the bowl . . 1+J .. J Cleaning the uppersection of frame 4 . 3 . 4 Cleaning the strainer and the operating-water feedsystem 4 . 3 . 5 lmportant hlnts 4.J,O Assembling thebowl. 4 . 3 . 7 Replacing gasket the polyamide piston in theannular 4 . 3 . 8 Replacing gasket(bowt the polyamide top) gearparts 4.4 Vertical 4 . 4 . 1 Removing gearparts the vertical 4 . 4 . 2 Cleaning thegearchamber 4 . 4 . 3 Re-assembly gearparts of vertical 4.5 Height adjustment 4 . 5 . 1 B o w lh e i g h t 4,5.2 Centripetalpumpclearance.,. 4.5.3 Neck bearing 4.6 Motorand centrifugal clutch 4 . 6 . 1 Removing themotor. 4 . 6 . 2 Prior to fiiting themotoi 4 . 6 . 3 Fitting the motor 4 . 6 . 4 Removing theclutch shoes . 4 . 6 . 5 Fitting theclutch shoes 4 . 6 . 6 Fitting the clutch driver 4.7 Removing pump thegear andpump coupling . . gear parts 4,8 Horizontal 4 . 8 . 1 Removing the wormwheel 4 . 8 . 2 Before a long-term shut-down of the separator 4 . 8 . 3 Fitting the wormwheel 4.9 Removing the clutch drumandwormwheelshaft 4 . 9 . ' 1 Installation of the wormwheelshaftand the clutch drum . . . . 4 . 9 . 2 Installation of thesealing rings 4 . 1 0 Finalchecks afterassembling the separator

6A

57

OU o l oz oz

64 70
tz

73 82
ae RR

84 87 97

100
101 .105 ruo 1.10 110 111 113 114 115
t t o

117 118 119 120 121 122 123 125


tzo

128 130 130


l\]

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a-l.1 Connecting the planl

12 1 41 5

'//->
/ ,

\\',6<S

2 3 4 5 6 7 I 9 10 11 12 14 15 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 29 30

Producl feed Shul-off device Preslrainer Gear pump Pre-sel valve Sleam-heated oil prehealer Autom. lemperalure regulalor Sleam inlet Safely valve Leak oil to overflow lank Condensale oullel Drain and venl cock Flowmeler Pressure gauge Thermomeler Cenlrifuge Non-relurn valvc with shut-off devicc Producl discharge Feed line assembly Operating-walerdischarge Waler discharge Sludge discharge Shul-off device (operaling water) Pressure gauge (operaling water) Waler feed Motor conlrol Hoist Pressure swilch for clean oil discharge

P2044m3 Fig. 55 - Connection diagram of the separctor planl Subject to m odification!

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the 4.1 .2 Fastening separator

1
z

4
E o

the separator Securing foundation on metal S h i p b o a ro dp e r a t i o n


Fig.56

theseparator Securing on stonefoundation


O n s h o r eo p e r a t i o n
c2042m3

1 z s 4

nut Hexagon Cupsprings Stud cap Upper

cushion s Rubber cap 6 Lower bolt 7 Anchor

nut lower hexagon Tighten . by hand, . by a further full rotationusing a wrench. single-ended . Secureit using a secondhexagon nut,

hints refer to the installation details, Forfurther

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Iotor connection

r00% 90 80 70 60 50 rto 30 20 10 2 s5 0 7 5 100%

Fig,58 - Start-up diagram (current and speed charactetistics)

Separator
w l t h / w l l ho u t

Design

pump
rpm mtn

Pro tec t i on

at at 5 0H z 6 0 H z rpm
rpm

KW l P5 5

5 440-6 550

6-10

15-22

tso
class Fr

| 4C3

1 745

. WS standard The separator is drivenby a three-phase AC motor via a centrifugal clutch. Thespecified motorratings areminimum values whichhavebeenspecified under consideration of the starting current. Sincethe current consumption of the motor dropsafterstart-up, overtoading of the motorduring operation is not possible. Thestarting timedepends on the - moment inertia of of the bowl, - number of clutch shoesused, - condition of the clutch shoes, The starting current can reach1.9- ztimes the valueof the ratedcurrenr (see start-up diagram). Thisis to be considered whendimensioning switches, tead-in wiresand fuses.

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The motor - can be started the line, across - hasto be protected releases riseeither by thermal temperature undue against f ull motorprotection whichensures or by meansof a device as follows: hasto be ensured releases of thermal by means of themotor Protection - duringoperation, and to the ratedcurrent adjusted by a release - duringstart-up .8 1 times the valueof the to release adjusted of a by means ratedcurrent thestarting during mustbe bridged to the ratedcurrent The release adjusted ilme. type temperature when PTC resistor can only be ensured Fullmotorprotection motor. of the winding in the feelers are incorporated
Note:

tripping available to a commercially r Thetemperature mustbe connected feelers device, of the to theterminals r Externalvoltage higher than2.5voltsmustnotbe applied feelers. temperature . Whentesting do not use a testlampbut onlyan ohmmeter. for continuity

4 . 1. 4 D i r e c t i o no f r o t a t i o n of thebowl

on beThemotormustnotbe switched is filledwith oil forethe gear chamber Oil level must be up to upperthird of glass. sight

F ig.

a t f r o ma b o v e . n h e nl o o k e d e i r e c t i ow in clockwisd T h eb o w lm u s tr o t a t e clockwise indicator discrotates whenrevolution is correct Thedirection of rotation wires two lead-in by interchanging It canbe reversed

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4.1 . 5 S p e e da n d s t a r t i n g t i me o f b o w l

Speedfordensities - of heavy liquid up to max.1.05kg/dm3 and - of centrifugally dry solidsup to max. 1.4kg/dm3
S t a r t i n gt i me

6 440- 550 rpm

6-10 min

The bowlspeedhasbeenratedso as to ensure the operating safetyof the separator, lf the densities exceed thosespecified above,checkwiththe factory . Checkspeedof spindle (= speedof bowl)witha handtachometer: - before initial start-up, - afterchanging gearparts. . Check installing before thebowl. The rotating revolu tion indicator disc shows thatthebowlis rotating and in which direction. The bowl has reachedits full speed. when the revolutionindicator disc makesthe following revolutions:
R s v o l ut i on indicator disc

65 rpm 78 rpm

Motorsoeed -) n = 1 455 rpm -> n = 1 745 rpm

variations Speed upto 5 % arepermissible.

r A214600

Fig.60

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4.2 Maintenanca end lubrication 4 . 2 . 1 L ub r i c a t i o n and maintenance schedule


a f t e rf o l l o w i n go p e r a t i n gh o u r s O P E R A T I O N S
750 1 500 4 000 8 000 1 5 0 0 0

a t t h e l a t e s te v e r y
3
m onths

6 mo n t h !

1 yarr

2
yaars

L U B R I C A T I O N

o
w e e kl y

o First oil change start-up. afterinitial Checkoil level


W h e n u s i n g m i n e r a lo i l : B Oil change and thoroughcleaningof gear chamber.tr

o
weekly

o o
w h e n e v e rd l s m a n t l i n g

o
o o o

W h e n u s i n g s y n t h e t i co i l : E Oil change and thoroughcleaningof gear chamber.E

Grease sliding andguidesurfaces of mainbowlparts.tr


Remove.clean and greaseur the bowl lock ring.and re-install it.

o
M A I N T E N A N C E
Cleaning
w h e n r e qu l r e d product-dependent when required

pump. Cleanfilterin suction lineof product Cleanstrainer in operating-liquid lineand on water-pressure reducer.
W h e n u s i n g m i n e r a lo i l : B Clean gear chamber (oil change)

o
o o o

o o
O

W h e n u s i n g s y n t h e t i co i l : t r C l e a ng e a r c h a m b e r( o i lc h a n g e ) .

Remove bottom bearing, andcheck andclean allparts thoroughly. Remove bowlandcleaninside of uppersection of frame. Dismantle the bowl. system. Clean allbores. nozzles of hydraulic andchambers Whenf itting, theconesof thespindle andbowlmustbe dry a n oc l e a n .

o
o
l n s De c t i o n

o o

o o o o o o
Ko y : E = E = B = E =

(see4.3.5). Remove and replace bowlgaskets grooves Checkgasket for corrosion aftercleaning. iime. Checkstarting Checkthickness of clutchlininqs Checkthickness of brakelininos Checkballbearings of spindle. pressure Checkcylindrical springs in neckbearing. inspection Checkgearing of wormgearthrough holeafter housino. removino the revolution indicator

o o o o o

W h e n e v e rc h a n g i n go i l . c l e a n g e a r c h a m b e r l h o r o u g h l y . s e e s e c t i o n4 2 2 - o i l q u a l t t y s e e s e c l i o n4 . 2 3 - l u b r i c a t r o n charl Wc rccommcnd thc synthclrc grcasc Mobilith SHC 100 or SHC 460 for grcasing this part; il has givcn good rasults in praclice

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a f t e r f o l l o w i n go p e r a t i n gh o u r s O P E R A T I O N S
750 1 500 4 000 I 000 1 6 0 0 0 3

at the latestevery
6
monlhs
I ycaf

2
y.ars

nonthg

I ns p e c t i o n

o o

Checkif monitoring system functions correctly


C h e c k s p i n d l es p e e d ( b o w l ) :i n c a s e o f r o t a r y c u r r e n t (only after changingthe gear).

o o

o
Re p l a c e m e nt

C h e c ks p i n d l e s p e e d( b o w l )i:n c a s e o t d i r e c t c u r r e n t (onlyafterchanging motorandgear).

o
o o o
after 5 years

o o o
a f t e r4 0 0 0 0 o p e r a t i n gh o u r s

Clutch shoes Ballbearings on spindle Ballbearings on wormwheelshaft Equip the machines withnewvibration absorbers. We recommend havingthe machines checked by a WS servtce enqtneer.

- especially on your round daily - pay attention during thefirst 1500 operating hours to the following: . . r . . . . Oillevel Temperatures Pressures Leakages Vibrations Power consumption Starting time

I ry: Whenever changing oil, clean gear chamber lhoroughly. see seclion 4.2.2 - oil quality see section 4.2.3 - lubricalion chart we recommend lhe synlhelic grease Mobilith SHc 100 or sHC 460 for greasing lhis parl; il has given good resulls In praclice

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4 . 2 , 2 L ub r i c a t i o n

froma central All bearings and gearpartsare splashlubricated oil bath. The toothed rimof the wormwheel . is immersed in the oil bath and . splashes withoil due to centrifugal force. the bearings

(minera O I LO U A L I T Y ol i l ) "Separator Thegearoildesignated lubeoil CLP220"tested byWestfalia Separator AG meets be used(seeattached the requirements and shouldpreferably tableof lubricants). Designation according to DIN51502

Viscositv class Viscosity (at40oC) Part-number

sAE40,50,90 (cst) 220 + 22 mmz/s


4-080 5-001 001

tr

viscosity a larger range Theviscosity thanthatstated classSAE40, 50,90 covers may only have of the separator above.However, the oils usedfor the lubrication the viscosity specified above. mayonlybe used,if theyhaveno corrosEP oils(oils withhighpressure additives) (see table0f lubricants) ive effecton copper attached basealloys Forre-greasing refer t0 the instructi0ns 0f the motormanufacthe motor bearings, IUrer.

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O I LQ U A L I T Y ( s y n t h e t io ci l ) As syntholub gear oit testedby westfaliaseparator the synthetic AG shoutd be I used

Designation according to ISO


Viscosity class Viscosity - at400c - at 100oC Viskosity index(Vl) (at 15 oC) Density basedon

M o b i l S HO C JU

tso-vc220
218 mm2/s 25.9mm2/s 152 0 868 Polyalphaolef in

Part-Number

001 5-001 8-200

Disposal as per instructions of the ojl company.

Donotusesynthetic gear motor vehicle orengine oils.


P r e - c o n d i t i of no sr u s i n gs y n t h e t ilc u b eo i l : . Thegear - mustbe runin withmineral lubeoil (approx. 1 500operating hours) - mustdisplay visible running-in clearly marks. b=min.2-3mm

Fig

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Schedule f o r s w i t c h i n gt o s y n t h e t i c l u b eo i l
Running tim e with oil (h) Lubricant StatusI Operation l n t e r v aI

Symbol . F i l li n o i l .

D e s c r i ot i o n

Before firsl start-up or attergear change


Every week

Mineral oil according to o t Ns r 5 t z E

. Check oil level.

Afier750 operating hours

o Firslrunning-in phase completed. . Carryout lirsl oil change,


. Check oil level. 750 lo I 750 (depends on the deplh of the running-in marks)

M i n e r a lo i l according 1o

ottrt stslztr

Everyweek After2 500 hours operaling al lhe latesl

marks Whenthe running-in correspond io the previous olagram: . Second phase running-in is compleled. . Carryoul secondoil cnange.
. Check oil level.

C L PH C

Synlhelic oil

Everyweek After4 000 operaling hours al lhe latesl Evcry 4 000 operaling hours or every1.25 years

1 500

Flush phase completed. Carry out lhird oil change.

C L PH C 220 C L PH C 220

Synlhetic oil

4 000

. Normal opcration o Oil change

oil Synthctic

supplied withthe separator. [| Referto lhe lable of lubricants

Synthetic lubeoils

tso
vlsco slty claBg

V i s co s i t y ( mm 2 / s )

4 00 c 218

1 0 00 c

Vlscoslty lndex VI

D s ns l t y at15oC 3) {g/cm

Base

MobilSHC630 (WS part-no.: 8-200) 0015-001


Shell D e l i m aH T 2 2 0

220 lso-vG
tso-vG220 tso-vG220

152

0.868

Polyalphaolefin

24.1 220
zo

leq

0.879 0.867 0.869 0.845 0.86

Polyalphaolcfin

Caslrol T 220 Alphasyn BP Enersyn HfX220 Esso Teresso SHP220 (ELF) LubMarine EPONA SA 220

152 155

Polyalphaolefin

tso-vG 220 rso-vG 220 tso-vG 220


211 220 24.7
zo

Polyalphaolefin

t+o

Polyalphaolefin

150

Polyalphaolefin

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Beforestartingthe separator for the firsttime, o fillthegearchamber withoitthrough thefilling holeon the revotution indi_ cator. F i l l i n g :a p p r o x .| 7 Minimum o i ll e v e l : slightly above middte of sightgtass Maximum o i ll e v e l : up to upper thirdof sightgtass
F ig.

During operation theoirrever must never drop berow theminimum rever; besure to refill ingood timel
O I LC H E C K . Checkthe oil levelweeklyl ' Afterloosening the oil drainscrew, checkfromto timewhether the oitcontains water. lf theoilshows a milky colouring (emulsification), change theoil immedi_ ately. O I LC H A N G E . Carryout the firstoil change after750 operating hours . Subsequently change the oil afterevery - 1 500 operating hoursor 6 months at the latest(mineral oil), - 4 000 0perating hoursor 15 months at the ratest (synthetic oir) r whenever changing theoil,thoroughly clean thegearchamber withthin-bodied otl. . Carefully remove metalparticles fromthe walland corners. o Do not usefluffycleaning rags(nocotton waste)l . Clean thesightglass. (After sometimea rimformson the inside of thesightglass whichcanbe easily mistaken for the oil level.)

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4.2.3 Lubrication Chart

Fig.63 - Lubrication diagram

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Lubricant Design ation L a be l

F r e q ue nc y o f l u b r i c a i l o n afteroperatinghours

Per year

A mo u n t o f l ub r i c a nt

L u b r i c a t i o np o i n t

'I

Gearand circulation oil CLP 220. DtN 51517 (mineral) Gearand circulation oil DtN 51519 (synthetic)

2x
1 500 D t N5 1 5 0 2 M o b iS l H C6 3 0
(f. single-shifl operation)

7 000cm3

| Gearchamber

rsovc 220
,K F,

4 000

'1 x

7 000cm3

Gearchamber

LIJ

/zg\
D t N5 1 5 0 2 Roller bearing grease D I N5 1 8 2 5

wnen requtred

0.1cm3

Pressure suriace of clutch shoe(seesect.4.6.S)

/\ /3k\ DtN s1502


,KF 0

E 20o0o
(if regreasingpossible)
60 cm3

Motorbearings

/2s\
n

wnen required

3x
(f.single-shift operalion)

1 5 0c m 3

Threadsand slidingsurfacesof bowl

D I N5 1 5 0 2 /K-F\ Ul wnen required

/2s\
Gearand circulation oil CLP220 DIN 51517 (mineral) Gearand circulation oil DtN 51519 (synthetic)

'1 0 cm3

Threads of fittings

D t N5 1 5 0 2

when required

2x (f.single-shifl
operation)

1 0c m 3

Manually-operated parts such as lockscrews

DrN 51502

MobilSHC 630

tso vc 220

when required

'1x

20 cm3

Manually-operated parts such as lockscrews

/2s\

,K F, {.LJ

wnen required

20 cm3

D t N5 1 5 0 2

Neck bearings springs andspringpistons

,A /zg\

Mixture of roller bearing grease and molybdenum disulfide paste(ratio of 4 : 1).

I a ! a

Checkoil levelregularly through sightglass The lubrication chartcorresponds to DINg659 Manual lubricatlon Noteattached tableof lubricantsl

See motormanufacturer's instructions

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4 . 2 . 4 W e a rt o g e a r

Normalcontactsurfaces on the tooth profiles of thewormwheel

Fig

C o n d i t i oa nf t e r running in gear Widthon tip of toothh witheven,regular contact surface in the toothino

I
Fig

Max.permissible wear t0 tip of tooth: 1t2h

Fig.66

Inadm issible wear Whenthebaseof thetooth shows sions of wear, . replace gearparts,

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observethe following to attainmax.possible service lifeof the gear: o Follow the standard maintenance instructions. o Useapproved synthetic lubeoilsas specified in chapter 4.2.2 . Regularly check thelubeoil level.

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Checkthebowlstarting time(if necessary, reduce the number of ctutch shoes). . Avoidexternal viibrations. ' Assemble and maintain the foundation components as directed. ' Remove the bowrwhenthe separator is shutdownfor a rongperiod. I n f o r m a t i oo n n g e a rw e a r In the caseof shortgearservice livescaused by . uneven wearto gear(unbalance), r Pittings on the contact surfaces of the teeth. consult Westfalia Separator AG,

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4.3 Bowl

Lockring Centripetal pumpchamber cover Gasket Gasket I Distributor pump Scnsing liquid Gasket pislon Sliding Centripelal pumpchamber cover Cenlripetal pump Gasket Gaskel Closing-chamber bol1om Gaskel Gasket Gaskel Gaskcl piston Annular Gaskel Gaskel Gaskel Gasket Gaskel Spindle screw Gaskel Gaskel Bowllop I Threaded piece Lockring fl

E Bowlboltom Separaling disk Gaskel Disk


Allenscrew Gaskel Gasket W a i e r c h a m b e rb o l l o m Allcnscrew
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Afterexchanging thispart,the complete E ATTENTION: bowlmustbe re-balanced

Fig. 68 - Exoloded vrew of the bowl

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T o a v o i da c c i d e n t d s o n o t l o o s e na n y p a r tb e f o r e t h e b o w li s a t a s t a n d s t i l l !

The standstill of the bowlis indicated - by the standstill of the revotution indicator disc. o Switch off the mainswitchand secureit, o Handle bowlpartswithcare. e Fortoolsreferto sect.5 - Listof oarts, o Disconnect waterfeedline.

Fig.69

piece Unscrew handleconnection


(lett-hand thread). Hold centripetal pump with the wrencn.

Fig.70

. Unscrew fastening screws.

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. Unscrew thesmalllockringwiththe (left-hand wrench annular thread).

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Remove the lockring. Force off the centripetal pump chamber coverwitha screwdriver.

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Screwthe handleconnection oiece pump(letr-hand intothe centripetal t hr e a d ) . pumpandcentripeLiftoffcentripetal tal pumpchamber cover.

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Place centripetal pump andcentripe_ talpump chamber cover onlock ring. Placea hard-wood block on the handle piece. connection Separate the sensing liquid pump fromthe centripetal pumpby tight taps witha hammer.
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(left-hand t h r e a d )a n d remove it.

Unscrew spindle screw withwrench

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Force bowloffthespindle coneuslno thepulling device and liftit out of the frame.

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. Screwon compressing device . Screwboltintothe distributor

. Comoress the diskstack

. Tightly screw on thepinspanner.

Strike openthe bowllockringltetth a nd t hr e a d ).

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o Liftoffthebowtlockringusing the pin s0anner.

. Unscrew theboltfromthedistributor. . Liftoffthebowttopwiththeaid of the compressing device.

. Remove the separating disk

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. Check gaskets A andB, o replace themif damaged

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. Screw the disc stack compressing deviceintothe distributor neck

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Take out the distributor and disk stackby meansof the compressing device.

o Insert pressure piece.

Screwthe mounting tool onto the piston. sliding

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Takeout the slidingpistonwith the mounting tool.

Turn the bowl bottomonto its side withtheaidof the pulling device Secureit againstrollingaway and toppling over.

. Undo Allen screws

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'1. Placeplate 2 on mounting tool Insertthe mounting tool in the bowl bottom.

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Boltthe mounting toolto the closing chamber bottom.

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piece Insert 1. angle Force chamber 2 offclosing bottom thespindle. byturning Liftoutclosing chamber bottom 2. piece Take angle 1 . out
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2-8 to mounting Screwcomponents plate1 and slidethem in the slotstowards the centreof the bowl. Insert the mounting toolin the bowl

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. Displace 1 in theslots device of the plate towards mountrng the periphery. (Disk 2 catches under the annular piston.) . Tighten wing nut3.

Force piston off the annular by turni n gs p i n d l e 1. Liftoutthe annular oiston.

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W h e ne x c h a n g i n t g h eg a s k e t s in the w a t e r - c h a m bb eo rt t o m : . Turnbowlthrough 180.,. o Unscrew the Allenscrewsfrom the water-chamber bottom. . Screwtwo Allenscrews - into oppositetapholes of thewaterchamber bottom. - By doing so force off the waterchamber bottom. . Remove water-chamber bottom.
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4.3.2 Cleaning the bowl

Normally self-cleaning bowlsneednot be dismantled for cleaning at the end of a run,unless the - nature of the process liquidmakesbowldismantling necessary or - the seoarator is to be shutdownfor an extended oeriod, . Depending ontheoperating conditions thebowl should forinspecbedismantled fromtimeto time.Seesection tionand cleaning 4.2.1- Timetable for maintenance. . Forcleaning the individual discsandbowlparts D o N O Tu s em e t a s l c r a p e ra s n dm e t a b l rushes!
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Takegaskets out of the bowlparts. Cleangroovesand gasketsto preventgrooves fromcorroding. Replace damaged,swollen. harimmediately. denedor brittlegaskets

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whichare frayedcan be in bowl bottomand closing-chamber bottom Gaskets re-used themoff with an emerywheeland turning themthrough aftergrinding '1800. surfaces! NOTE: Ensu r e n o t t o d a ma g e t h e s e a l i n g for thefeedanddisSpecial careshouldbe takenin cleaning thesmallorifices reeperformance liquid trouble-f of the ejection charge of theoperating to ensure 0rocess.

. Clean thedistributor between theribs - inside - using andoutside a brush, Dirt accumulation in the distributor neck willhinder which thefeed. mav result in overflow.

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Atterdryingapplya thin filmof grease t0 the guidesurfaces of the and threads chart). bowlparts(seelubrication Re-assemble aftercleaning. the bowlimmediately

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Cleaning before a long-term shut-down of theseparator Inadequate or negligent maintenance mayleadto corrosion of thebowtoarts soon aftershutting downthe separator. . Cleanseparator thoroughly. . WiFedry and grease the cleaned and unvarnished partsto avoidcormachine rosion. o lt is recommended thatthe clean, greased bowlbe keptin a dry place. . Checkwatershut-off devices for leakage. lf necessary, disconnect watersupplylinesto avoiddamagewhich may be caused by dripwater
4.3.3 Cleaning the upper s e c t i o n o f f r a me

Theinside of theupper section of theframe mustbe cleaned fromtimeto time. Forthispurpose remove the bowl. Ensure thatnocleaning liquid seeps intothegearsince itwould render thegear oil unserviceable.

4.3.4 Cleaning thestrainer andtheoperatingwater feed system

Depending on thewaterandoperating conditions, thestrainer andthesmail dischargeholesin the operating-water feedsystemmustbe cleaned every3 - 6 months. In caseof calcification usea chemical cleansing agent. Thoroughly partswithwater rinsethe cleaned

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4 . 3 . 5 l mp o r t a n th i n t s

Thebowl rotates at a veryhigh Hence, forces which speed. areproduced canendanger theoperating in case safety of theseparator of - incorrect assembly of thebowl or - inadequate cleaning of thebowl Theinstructions forassembly must befollowed exactly. therefore
T h e f o l l o w i n gp o i n t ss h o u l d a l s o b e o b s e r v e d :

. Before assembling thebowl, check to be surethattheguide andcontact surfaces of thebowl oarts areclean. . Grease guide in accordance withthelubrication surfaces chart.
. When fittingthe bowl parts. make surethatthe O marks on all partsare in linewitheachother. (Onlythenwill the partsfit correctly pinsandguideribs.) overarresting

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lf the planthasseveral separators. parts of be surenotto interchange


d i f f e r e n tb o w l s ( d a n g e r o f u n b a l a nc e ) .

Theoarts aremarked - withtheserial-number of themacnrne or - the lastthreedigits of the serialnumber.

Fig. 105

Thoroughly grease the gasKet grooves of the bowlpartsand apply a thin filmof grease, Check that the gaskets are not twisted.

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R e p l a c i ntg h eg a s k e t s o Checkthe gasket. ATTEN TION: lf bothsealing surfaces showsignsof wear,or if they havehardened and are brittle, - replace the gasket. lf onlyonesealing surface is worn, '180" - the gasketcan be turned through . Before fitting the new gasket 1, stretch the gasket and lighrly oil it withlubeoil.

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Replacing t h e g a s k e tc o m b i n a t i o n

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Gasket 3 can be removed undamaged by r slightly lifting the gasket out of its grooveusinga smallscrewdriver, . sliding a plastic strip2 behind the gasket 3 andthen . pulling the gasketout of the groove withthe aid of the plastic strip2

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Fitting

. Grease piston. theoutside of theannular e Insert gasket 1 into thegroove. o Press gasket 1 intotheupper edge of thegroove witha screwdriver. o Pull gasket 3 intothegasket withplastic 2. strip
o Check:

- The gasket 3 mustbe seatedevenly in the groove. - Gasket 3 maynotprotrude fromthe groove in mounting direction.

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Forreplacing thepolyamide ring see section 4 3.7. gaskets piston. Insert 1 intheannular guide Grease the surfaces as specifiedinthelubrication chart.

Fig. 110

gaskets Insert 1 and 2 in the ctosing chamber bottom. Do not yet inserta gasketin gasket groove 3. Grease the guidesurfaces as specifiedin the lubrication chart.

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Placeclosing chamber bottom 2 in annular oiston 1.

Fig. 112

Insert gasket 3 in the closing chamber bottom.

Fig. 113

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. Grease the bowlbottom.

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piece . Insert the pressure

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toolto the closing Boltthe mounting bottom. chamber Installthe closingchamberbottom pistonin the bowlbotand annular tom. mustbe aligned. The"O' marks

bottom chamber the closing Lower anticlockwise thespindle by turning positioningl iorcorrect Watch

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. Unscrew and liftout the tool

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Turnthe bowl bottomon to its side withthe aid of the puiling device. Secureit againstrollingaway and toppling over.

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. Tighten theAllen screws to 1s0Nm.

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. Cleanthe bowlhubwith a cloth. o The conemustbe cleanand dry.

Fig. 122

Install the slidingpistonusingthe tool. mounting

piece. o Takeoutthe pressure

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. Stack the discs on the distributor neck - in numerical order - beginnin gi t hn o .1 . w

Fig. 125

Install the distributor and diskstack withthe compressing device.

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r Placethe separating disk over the distributor neck.

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Thoroughly clean grooves for gaskets A and B in the bowltop. lnsertgaskets.

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gasket For replacing the polyamide refer 4.3.8. to section Placeon the bowltop withthe aid ol g device. the compressin

. Screw theboltintothedistributor,

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. Tighten device thecompressing

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. To preventseizingof the threads carefully clean wipedry and grease in accordance with the lubrication chart - threads andguide surfaces of bowl bottom andlockring, - contactsurfaces of bowl too and l o c kr i n g . . Screwlockring intobowl bottomby hand(left.h and thread ).
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Screwin the bowllockring. Screw on the pinspanner and strike it with a malletuntit the ,,O,, markis reached.

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Clean and wipe dry the spindle cone with a cloth. D o n o t g r e a s et h e c o n e p a r t s ,

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Installthe bowlintheframe by means of the pulling device.

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. Screw in thespindle screwusing the wrencn.

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fightlyscrewhex headscrew. T o r q u e : 7N 5m (

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Insert gaskets 1 and 2 into the grooves in the bowltop.

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gasket intogroove Insert of centripepump. tal Lightly greasethreadsand guide pump. surfaces of centripetal pump Install the centripetal

Fig.l 39

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r Mountcentripetal pump chamber cover. . Watch forproper locationl

Fig.l 40

. Insert gasket intogroove of centrioetal pumpchamber cover.

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. Insert gaskets intogrooves of sens_ ing-liquid pump. . Grease guide surfaces. . Installsensing-tiquid pump
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Fig.l 42

. Fitupper centripetal pumg chamber cover.

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4.3.7 Replacing thepolya mi d e g a s k e ti n t h e annular oiston

gasketl asedpolyamide Replace only thedam

Removal o Remove ring. theold polyamide o Heatthe ring with a hot-airblower; removal. thisfacilitates

g Fittin . Thoroughly clean and wipe dry the groove. r Heatthe polyamide ringfor fivemin80 "C. utesin a waterbathof approx. . Wipedry the gasketand o pressit lightly intothe groove.

r Press ringat fourdiathe polyamide metrically oppositepoints into the groove using a vice. Then o press it in alltheway round.

U s es mo o t hc o p p e r iaws.

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Fig. 1 48

C a r r yo u t s e v e r a lm e a s u r e m e n t s aroundthe wholecircumference of piston theannular to seeif the polyamidering is seated evenly in the groove.

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4.3.8 Replacing thepoly. a mi d e g a s k e t( b o w l t o p)

Rem oval o Drivethe gasketout of the groove using a cylindrical pin. o Todo this, insert pinalthecylindrical ternately intothe holesprovided

Fig. 150

g Fittin r Heat the gasket in approx.gO oC waterfor about5 minutes. . Wipedrythegasket. r Fitthegasket intotheclean groove of the bowl top (withthe narrowside facing thebowltop). o Placeon a woodenblockand . hammerthe gasketevenlyinto the groove.
Fig.l 51

o Press thepolyamide ring at four diametrically pointsinto the opposite groove using a vice. Then o press it in allthewayround.
U s e s m o o t h c o p p e rj a w s .

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' The sealingsurfaceof the gasket must not protrude by morethano.s mm fromthe surface ,A,,of the bowl too.
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1 Bearing housing 2 Gasket plainbearing s Spherical 4 Retaining ring 6 Hexheadscrew 7 Lockwasher

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piece eottoro"arffiihr.eaded
Gasket Bottom bearing cap Worm spindle co , mpl. Neck with bearing bridge cover, compl.

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4 . 4 . 1 R e m o v i n gt h e v e r t i c a lg e a r p a r t s

After having removed thebowl r loosen oildrain screw and . letoildrain into oitpan(approx. 7 l)

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Unscrew hex headscrews. Remove operating-water feeding devrce.

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e Remove spindle cap

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Bend back tabwashers, Unscrew the hexheadscrews from theneck bearing bridge.

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Remove protection the neckbearing
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Take flat gasket 1 out of the neck bearing bridge.

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Remove the cylindricalpressure spring.

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Press theneck bearing assembly ofl theframe fastening using thethree screws.

Fig. 161

Detach frorr the neckbearing bridge theballbearing by lightly hammering on thespindle, and removeit.

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. Pulloutthewormspindle

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ring retaining atthebase Removethe of thespindle.

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sleeve and bearing Pullthe bearing off the soindle with a two-armed puller.

ballbearing contact Drive theangular witha mandrel. outof thesleeve

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. Pulloff ballbearing protection ring, grooved ballbearing ring. andspacer

Fig. 167

. Unscrew the bottom bearing cap.

Takeoff thebottombearing capwith gasket.

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Unscrew the bottom bearinc pieceand threaded remove it together withthespring assemblv.

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Undothe hex headscrews. Forcethe bearing housing with the plainbearing spherical outof itsseat and remove it frombelow.

Fig. 171

4 . 4 . 2 C l e a n i n gt h e g e a r c h a mb e r
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whenever changing theoil,thoroughty clean thegearchamber withthin-bodied oil, Carefully remove metalparticles fromthewallsand corners. D o n o t u s e f l u f f yc l e a n i n g r a g s( n o c o t t o nw a s t e ) !

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4.4.3 Re-assembly proceed of verti- Forre-assembly in reverse orderof removal c a l g e a rp a r t s


T h e f o l l o w i n gp o i n t ss h o u l d a l s o b e o b s e r v e d :

r Before gearparts, assembling the vertical - clean thegearchamber thoroughly. - check ballbearings of wormspindle Useonlythe ballbearings in the partslist: specified . High-tolerance grooved quality gradeP 6. ballbearings, . Angular contact ballbearings for fitting in pairs. . The two angular contact ballbearings mustalwaysbe replaced together Note! . The two angularcontactball bearings may be loadedaxiallyin one direction only. . Theymustbe f ittedso thatthesmall rim of the outerringof eachbearing i so n t o p . . Faulty mounting willinevitably result in damage to bearing.

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Heatgrooved 1 andball ballbearing protection bearing ring2 in oil to 80 oC,and slide themontothesoindle.

Fig. 173

Heat ball bearingprotection ring : and angular contact ballbearing 2 r' o i l t o8 0 o Ca n d slide them onto the end of the spindle. Whenfitting the angular contact ba bearings 2 on thespindle, make sure t h a tt h en a r r o wr i m s o f t h eb e a r i r g innerringsfacedownwardsto tf'e spindle end. Insert retaining ring3.
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. Heatsleeve1 in oil to 80 oCand o slideit overthe angular contact ball oeailng.

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Thewormspindle withmounted ball protection bearing ring. angular contact ball bearings and fittedbearing sleeve must - be ableto be fitted intothespherical plain bearing 1 without striking the upper spindle end, - be able to be moved axiallyby hand. Watchfor correct positioning.

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I 2 3 4 5 6
Fig. 177

o Assemble the spring assembly: - Fitcupsprings 3 on guide bolt1 as shownin the adjacent diagram. - Place pressure cylindrical springs 2 on guidebolt1 and - compress themwithdisk4. - Fitsupporting disk5 on the gurde bolt1 and - secureby meansof retaining ring 6.

when fitting a newwormspindle, the wormwheelshould be replaced at the sametime, since thispartis no longer in perfect condition eiiher andcould thus causepremature wearto the newwormspindle. Before installing the neckbearing bridge, checkto be surethat - gaskets are in goodcondition. - the neckbearing bridgeon the grooved ballbearing can be movedaxially lf not,smooth the partswitha veryfineemerycloth.

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. M g u n t t h e n e c k b e a r i n gb r i d g e :

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Theupper ballbearing of wormspindle is contained in pressure ring1whichis held by six radially arranged, uniformly distributedsprings 4.

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- Insert pressure ring into neck bear.ingbridge 2.


The six recesses of the pressure ring facethe six holesof the neckbearino bridge.

- Thoroughly grease pistons spring

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pistons. Insert neckbearing 4 in thespring springs plugs Place on threaded 5. plugstogether withthe neckbearing Screwin the six threaded springs and intothe six threaded holesof the.neck springpistons bearing bridge and tighten.
Before fitting the operating-water f e e d i n gs y s t e m o Check:

- Gasket1 must be seatedin the groove of thespindle. - The spring must have sufficient ptay.

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- Spindle niust bespring-tensioned

S p l n d l cm u s t b e spring.tensloned.

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Whenever fitting thevertical gearparts r check theheight of thefitted bowt and . re-adjust it if necessary.

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4 . 5 H e i g h ta d j u s t m e n t

F o r r e a s o n s o f w o r k i n g s a f e t y ,s p e c i a lc a r e m u s t b e t a k e n w h e n a dj u s t i n g . thebowl height o t h e c e n t r i p e t ap l ump clearance r t h e n e c k b e a r i n gh e i g h t .

4.5.1 Bowlheight

The bowl heightis correctly in the factorybeforethe machineis disadjusted patched.


Ghecking

Checkthe bowlheight if necessary: and re-adjust . whenever gearparts replacing thevertical . afterfitting a different bowlor reworking the bowlcone, . whenthecentripetal pumpexhibits grinding marks. . Firmly tighten the bowllockring: the "O"marks on thebowlbottom or bowl top and on the lock ring must be aligned.

Fig. 1 8 1

Thebowl height is correctly adjustec when thedistance between the - upper edge oftheouter frame wa and
edgeof the bowllockring upper / amountst043-45mm.

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Adjustment . Unscrew bottom bearing cap 3. . Remove gasket 1. . Adjustthe bowl heightby turning piece2 bottom bearing threaded ( 1t u r n = 2 m m ) . Bowlis too low: - Turnthe bottombearing threaded piece clockwise. Bowlis too high: - Turnthe bottombearing threaded anticlockwise. otece

Finally Screwtightbottom bearing cap3 withfittedgasket1. Ensure piece2 doesnotturnwithit thatthe bottom bearing threaded

4 . 5 . 2 C e n t r i p e t ap l um p c le a r a n ce

Movethe centripetal pumpaxially to and f ro in the centripetalpump chamber, Measure the totalclearance A (approx.'10mm). , Close the hood, a C he c k : - ls the hoodcorrectly seated on the framerim? - Are the hoodscrews tioht?
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grease Lightly thethreads of thecenpumpas specified tripetal in the lubrication chart. Fit handle connection oiece1 in the pump. centripetal Hold the centripetal pump with wrench 2. Screwthe handle connection otece intothe centripetal pieceas far as it w i l lg o ( l e f t - h a ntd hread).
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pump untilit Loosenthe centripetal restson the ribsof the bowltop. Holdthe handle connection oiece. Turnthewrench.

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G he c k : - Thecollar of thehandle connection pieceand the upperedge of the hoodmuststillbe flush.

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Raise connection as thehandle oiece far as it willgo. Measure theaxialplay' Nz=4-6 mm

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Check:

r Axialplaytoo large: - Raisebowl,see section 4.5.1- Adjustment. . Axialplaytoo small: - Lower 4.5 1 - Adjustment the bowl,see section

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o Check,

if the bowl heighthas been re-adjusted.

T h e s p i n d l sm u a t b e spring-teneloned.

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Ge n e r a l

The centrifugal clutch - serves motorand gear, between for powertransmission - gradually its rated thebowlup t0 speed, brings - eliminates premature wearon gearpartsand motor. The starting by the number of clutch shoes. timecan be regulated shoesused, Thesmallerthe number of clutch - the lowerthe friction moment, - the longer time, thestarting - the lessthe wearon gearpartsand motor. in the clutchdriver. The Only2,3. 4 or 6 clutchshoesmay be evenlydistributed the motorpowerhasto be on whether number shoesto be useddepends of clutch lower or higher. willimprove starts. afterseveral Notethatthe driving effect after and willdisappear duringthe firstfew startsis normal Smoking of the clutch a shorttimeof ooeratron.

in upt0 rated speed lf thebowlcomes (see name-plate). less than5 minutes pulltoo high curastarting themotorwill > 1,8x lp). (1..* rent This can condition beeasily overcome . by reducing of clutch the number to 4 or 3. shoes o Ensureequal distribution of thq clutch shoes.

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on the shoesdepends Wearto the clutch - number of start-ups, - ejection frequency. "Lubrication andmainte-fromtimeto time(See Shoes of clutch condition Check anceschedule") are w0.' in goodtime(beforethe linings The clutch shoesmustbe replaced rin; aceol clutch surf damage to thecontact to avoid downto thebasematerial), linings. premature clutch shoe wear of the wouldresultin such damage time,to avoidunbalance, at the Same Shoes all the clutch Replace always s h o e ! c l u t c h anindividual Nevereplace

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Disconnect themotor and suspend it ina suitable hoist. Unscrew thehexagon nuts ontheintermediate flange. Remove thelock washers,

Fig 1 9 1

Remove the motortogether withthe clutch driver. Remove the clutch shoes (see 4.6.4).

Fig. 192

Unscrew the hex headscrewon the clutch driver. Pulltheclutch driver offtheshaftend using the pulling device.

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Specifications a c c o r d i n gt o D I N 4 2 9 5 5 - l E C 7 2 - 1

lf themotor wasnotsupplied by Westfalia Separator,


r checkr

- concentricity of theshaft end, - concentricity of thefastening flange, - plane tolerance of thefastening flange.
C o n c e n t r i c i to yf t h e s h a f te n d . Position the measuring instrument al rightangles to theshaftend at a distance172. r Read off the changein the reading during one revolution of theshaft.

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d (mm)

Concen t r i c i t yt o l e r a n c e ( no r ma l ) (mm)

o v e r1 0 t o 1 8 o v e r1 8 t o 3 0 over30 to 50 over50 to B0

0.035
0.04

0.05
0.06

Concentricity o f t h e f a s t e n i n gf l a n g e

. Fasten thearmwithmeasuring instrument ata distance of 10 * 1 mmfrom theflange surface. . Placethe measuring bolt at right angles rim. to thecentering o Read inthereading offthechange duringonerevolution of theshaft.

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Plane tolerance of f l a ng e

the fastening

196

. Fasten the arm withmeasuring instrumentat a distance of 10 + 1 mm from the flange surface. . Place the measuring bolt at right angles on the flange surface. . Readoffthechange inthereading during one revolution of the shaft. . Displace the measuring instrument through 18 0 ' . . Repeat the measurement. . Determine the mean value of both measurements.
F a s t e n i n gf l a n g e Centerin g d i a me t e r Concentricity a n d p l a n et o l e r a n c e ( no r m a l ) (mm)

D (mm) over 100 to 230 over230 to 450

0.1

0.125

4 . 6 . 3 F i t t i n gt h e m o t o r

Forfitting themotor proceed inthereverse order of removal andaccording 6 tne instructions in4.6.6.

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Unscrew hexhead 1. screws Remove thebrake housino

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Unscrew the hex headscrewout of the clutch driver using a socket wrenchand slidethe ringtowards the driveside.

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Pullclutch shoesout towards the drive side.

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4 . 6 . 5 F i t t i n gt h e c l ut c h s ho e s

o Fittheclutch - equally shoes distrib- (3or4 or6),into uted theslits ofthe clutchdriverso that they will be pushed bythedriver andnotpulled.
No t e : r Ensure that the clutch shoes fit looselyin the slits of the clutchdriver.

Fig.

a a

Slidering 1 ontothe clutch driveras far as it willgo and secureit with hexheadscrew2. Screw on the brake houslnq.

A20rt4009

Fig.

Intheevent of unusual noises occurring in thecentrifugal clutch during start-up, . Applya water.thin layerof paste to pressure surfaces a (see4.2.3- Lu_ brication chart). lf the Iubricant layeris too thick,some of thepaste cangetontothefriction surfaceand causeclutchslippage.

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power Themotor istransmitted wheel totheworm shaft oftheseparator viaa centrifugal clutch proper To ensure functioning of the centrifugal clutch, theclutch driver mustbe fitted andfastened so on themotor shaft end,thatafter mounting themotor the clutch with shoes abut whole their surface ontheclutch drum.
Distance of clutch driverto clutch drum

C he c k : L2 >Ll
: 1

L2=Ll+approx.5mm

Fig

Tofasten theclutch drrver on the motor shaft r firmly tighten the screwheadof the hex headscrewwith trunion aoainst the contact surface.

E=M10 d = 7mm
Fig.204

\ . Fitting the clutch see4.6.5. shoes: r Forconnecting the motorproceed according to the instructions in 4.6.3. . Checkdirection (see 4.1.4 ar: of rotation. speedand starting timeof the bov11l 4.1.5)

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o Unscrew the ventilation grid on the pumpsideof the seoarator.

S
. Loosen the threaded oin.

Fig.

Slide coupling hatf1 on theshaft end towards the pumpsideand takeout plastic strip2.

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. Loosen theflange connections o Unscrew thefastening screws. . Remove thepumo

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Remove thegearpump and pump coupling (see 4.7). Loosen oildrain screw Letoildrain intooiloan

Fig. 21 0

Unscrew hex headscrews fromrevolution indicator housino.

Fig

211

Remove revolution Indicator housIng.

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Fig

212

Unscrew the hex neaoscrewand washer.

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( o Pull thecoupling hatf withflanged fan paddleoff the shaftend of the worm wheelshaft.

Tool: Puller
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. Takethefan paddle outof the frame

Fig 2 15

r Unscrewthe collar nut with tne tsocketwrench; whiledoingso o hold the worm wheelto prevent the wormwheel shaftfromturnino.

Fig 2 16

Unscrew the hexheadscrews on the bearing cover. Force the bearing cover off the centeringrim using three screws ( D l N9 3 3- M 1 0 x 5 0a ) nd takeit outtogether withthebailbear, ing and gasket.

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Pullthe ball protection bearing ring 1 offtheshaft. Unscrew the hexhead screws from theworm wheel; while doing so holdthe clutch drumto prevent the worm wheel shaft from turning. Force theworm wheel offthecone of theworm wheelshaft and remove it,

Fig 2 1I

4 . 8 . 2 B e f o r ea l o n g - t e r m s h u t - d o w n o f t he s e pa r at o r

Drain thelubricating oi,. gear Fill chamber with corrosion-preventing oil,e. g, sHELL Ensis oil 30. Oillevel must be upto middte gtass. of sight Let theseparator run forapprox. 10 minutes with out bowl toensure that allgear parts aresplashed withcorrosion-preventing oil protective Drain oil. special measures forremoving thecorrosion-preventing oilneed notbetaken Before re-starting themachine, fillthegear chamber withthespecified lube oil (seelube oiltable) upto theupper third of thesight gtass Store thegreased bowl in a dryplace.

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4 . 8 . 3 F i t t i n gt h e w o r m wheel

proceed (4.8.1), When fitting wheel. in reverse theworm order of removal


t ints l mp o r t a nh r Oilthe conical oartof the wormwheeland . wipe it cleananddry witha cloth. o Carefully cleanthe hub of thewormwheel.

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Wormwheel Wormwheelshaft Ring ballbearing Angular contact

5 6 7 8

Collar nut Gasket Bearing cover Bearing cover

r Thewormwheel1 mustbe clamped ontothe wormwheelshaft2 by tightening with a torque the hex headscrewsin the wormwheelevenlyand alternately wrencn. T o r q u e : 4N 4m . Whenthetoothed rimis worn: - Alwaysreplace wormwheel1 andthe wormspindle together.
a a

shaft2. Slidering3 ontowormwheel Mounton wormwheelshaft: - largebearing cover7 withgasket 6. - angular 4, contact ballbearing - screwed-on smallbearing coverB. positioning Watchfor correct of the largebearing cover7! Remove thesmallbearingcover 8. wrench to the shaftend usinga socket Screwcollarnut 5 tightly Screw on thesmall bearing cover again. in accordance withchapte( 4.2.2. Fillgearchamber

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During running-in of the gearparts the gearpumpmustnotrun. Before switching on the motor. checkthattheplastic striphasnotbeeninserted i n t h ep u m p coupling. Check direction of rotation of bowl(4.1.4). (4.1 Checkspindle speedwitha handtachometer .5) To run in new gearparts, let the separator run for approx, one hourwirhout bowl. Whilerunning in thegearparts, switch the motor on andoffseveraltrmes. Afterrunning-in the gearparts: - Install thebowl. - Adjust (see4.5.1). thebowlheight

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4 . 9 R e mo v i n g t h e c l u t c h drumand wormwheel shaft

(see Remove 4 6.1). themotor pump Remove thegear (see andpump coupling 4.7).
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Unscrew hexhead 1. screws Remove housino, thebrake

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Unscrew the Allen screw with a wrench. socket While doing so - block pulley theclutch on thepump sidewitha screwdriver to oreventthe worm wheel shaft fromturning. Rdmovethe fan-typelock washer andcentering disk.

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Forcethe clutchdrum otf the shafl end using the pulling device.

Fig.222

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Removethe clutchdrum from the shaft end of the worm wheel shaft using the mounting toolandwiththe aidof a crane. Dismantle wormwheel(see4.8.1).

Fig

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Unscrew the hex headscrewsin the bearing cover. Force offthebearing cover by means of hex headscrews and with the sealing take it off together ringand gasket.

Fig.224

Lightlyhammeron a hard wooden block to drive out the worm wheel withringandballbearshafttogether ingtowards thepumpside

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Carefully takethe wormwheelshaft out of the frame.

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4.9.1 lnstallation of the worm wheelshaft a n d t h e c l u t c hd r u m

Forre-installation proceed in reverse order of removal,


P a ys p e c i a a l ttention t o t h ef o l l o w i n g l o Theconical partof theshafthasto be cleaned andwipeddrywitha smooth rag ano o the inside of the clutchhub is to be cleaned as well to assureproper fitting. . The Allenscrewhas to be tightened by meansof a torquewrench. T o r q u e1 :5 0 N m

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4.9.2 Installation of the s e a l i n gr i n g s

Lubricate the sealingsurfaces of the shaft sealingringswith oit ; neveruse grease! sealingrings whichhavedriedoutor hardened as a result of a longstorage time can be immersed in hot oil (70"C) for about20 minutes before fitting.
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Do notdamage sealing surfaces. Insert shaft rings. sealing The inscribed side mustfacetowards the serviceman. Thesealing lipsof the shaftsealing ringsmustnot gripthe shafttoo tighily. It mustbe possible to turnthe shafteasily by hand.

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4 . 1 0F i n a lc h e c k sa f t e ra s - B e f o r e s t a r t i n gt h e s e p a r a t o r s e m b l i n gt h e s e p a r a t o r

Perform thefollowing checks after assembling andbefore starting theseparator:


C he c k s Chapter

1 . B o w lh e i g h t z. Oil level in gearchamber 3. Direction of rotation of bowl 4. Bowlspeed 5. Starting timeof bowl/ Current consumption 5. Smooth properties running of separator 7. Tightness pump lineof product of suction

4 5.1 4.2.2
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4 1,5 4.1.5 3 8.1

D u r i n gs t a r t i n g the separator Performthe followingchecks after assemblingthe separator: C he c k s C h a pt e r

1. Temperature liquid of process z. Observe water, sludge and oil outlets to see if bowl properly. operates 3. Adjustment of pre-set valve
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Guide parts to ordering Frame, complete Lower section of frame


Lower section of frame(viewfrombelow) Lower section of frame Upper section of frame withsyphon Upper section of framewithout syphon

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lntermediate flangecomplete Inspection port, compl. Junction assembly Junction assembly Flansch vollst. Fastening parts of theseparato( ... .. Gear, complete .. Spring assembty Worm spindle, complete Neck bearing bridge withcovercpl. Centrif ugal clutch. comptete Revol ution indicator, complete
Available gearparts B o w l , c o m p l e. t. e. pump compl. Centripetal

144 145
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149 151 152


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160 161
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Hood,complete... Accessories
Waterfee l id n ec, o m p l .

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Pumpconnection, compl. Pumpconnection, compr. Pre-strainer, (on special compl. order) Pre-strainer complete (onspecial order)

Setof tools andaccessories Lubricant (hazardous substance) gear Single pump (with part numbers forpump connections compl.)

175
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181 182
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G u i d et o o r d e r i n g parts

A rapid andcorrect parts supply of spare canonlybeguaranteed if yourorder includes thefollowing details: . Model plate of centrifuge seename
e.g.OSC50-0136-066 o Serial-No. . BowlSerial-No. o Partdescription o Part-No. see nameplate or frame rim e.g.1706-223 see bowllockringand bowlbottom lf it differs fromthe Serial-No. of the machine. see Listof Parts e.g.frame see Listof Parjs e.g.2044-1100-000 The partno. is alsoshownon all majorparts see nameplate on pump

o Model and number of

parts Onlywhen ordering spare forpump andpump connection oarts. "L' (e.9. -L)designate Part-Numbers ending withletter 3158-102i parts which are available in different designs for the separator concerned.

pump

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52 36 38
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8 9 11 10 19 20

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Intermediate flange, complete Ventilating plate Hex headscrewISO4017 Ventilation grid HexheadscrewISO4017 Brake housing Brakebolt.comolete - Brakebolt - Cylindrical pin tSO2338 - Brake lining - RivetDIN661 pressure Cylindrical spring Tapered handleDIN99 Hex headscrewISO4017

M12x20 M10x20

B-6x14 40x148,8x8 4x12


46x5,5x95-5,5Wdg.

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plug Screw D I N9 1 0 Gasket DIN7603 Gasket glass Sight Flange Hexhead screw tSO4017 Inspection port, compl. Gasket Hexhead screw ISO 4017 Welded flange Hexhead screw ISO4017 Hexagon nuttSO4032 Operatin!-water feedi ngdevice Gasket' Hexhead screw ISO4017

M125 M10x25 G3/4A 427x32 55x75x2 80-70 M6x25 52-80x122x1,5 M12x35 11/zin M12x40 M12 297x4 M8x 16

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Dimensions

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Cover Hexhead screw ISO40.17 Cover Hexhead screw ISO4017

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4 1 1 1 1 1

HexheadscrewISO4017 Paddle feather key Clutchhalf(separator) Disk HexheadscrewISO4017

M6x16 298x8 A6x6x35 8.2x30x3 M8x30

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M16x45 640x4 568x6 M12x45 69,2x5,7 M1 0 x 3 0 - R l M12x50 50x66x8

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AS48-95 290-3l4in 1 0 0 x 1 4 05 x1 M12x35 2in M12x40 M12

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Interm ediate f l a n g ec , o mp l e t e Intermediate flange S t u dD I N9 3 9 Lockwasher DIN127 Hexagon nut ISO4032 Lockwasher DIN127 HexheadscrewISO4017 M16x40 A16 M16 A16 M16x45

3037-1 028-L 0019-7726-15Q 0026-1 330-1 90 001 3-0282-400 0026-1330-'190 001 9-7038-400

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M8 290-1l2in 50PN6 M 12x45 M12 50x60,3

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Function o f t h er e g u l a t i nrg ing Optimum dewatering of oilscontaining wateris onlypossible if the bowlis correcily adjusted to the difference in density between the oii and the water. Theregulating ringwiththecorrect inner diameter, i,e withthediameter thatcorresponds to thedensity difference between theoil andwater, should therefore be selected fromtheset of regulating rings(with different innerdiameters) supptied with the separator andfittedin the bowl. Theinner diameter of theregulating ringto be selected canbe determined withthe aid 0f the diagram or by experiment. The ruleof thumbis: r s m a l lr e g u l a t i n r ig n gf o rh e a v yo i l , . l a r g er e g u l a t i n g ring f o rt i g h ro i t .

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6,1 .2 Determ i n i n g t h e s i z e To avoidemulsification, beginthetestby inserting a largediameter regulating ring of regulating r i n g b y and thenswitch to the nextsmaller. expeflm ent l f t h er e g u l a t i n rg i n gi s t o o t a r g e , (using oil purification as thewaterdischarging an examole) through the waterouiletwillcontain oil.

lf theregulating ringis too smail, - slight emulsification willoccur or - theoildischarging through theclean oitouflet willcontain water. The milkyor dirtyappearance of the wateris quitenormal: it is causedby the oil process. wasnrng A separating zonebetween the lightand heavyliquid formsin the bowl;thecentre of thiszoneis theseparating line. lfthecorrect regulating ringhasbeenselected, theseparating linewillbe positioned at the outerrim of the discs. Afteropening thebowl, theseparating linebetween waterandoil,whichis normally foundon theunderside of theseparating disc, willindicate theposition of thesepaiating zone. Correctly selected regu lating ring . The separating lipe betweenwater and oil is at the buter edge of the discs. Effect: - Thedischarging cleanoil is freefrom waIer. - Thedischarging water isfreefrom oil.

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I ne rooms wherethe separators are installed shouldhavetheirown aeration andde_aeration system. Standard valuesfor air change: r in smallclosed rooms of up to 100m3: 30...50h-1, o inhalls: '15,..20h-1, . in niches of engine rooms: 50.,.70h1. S e p a r a t o rw s i t hf l a m e - p r o o sfe c t i o n s o, theframe ( f o rb r a k ea n d c l u t c h ) _S66 design \

an enclosed housing. Formorethang0 yearstheyhavebeen the treatment of usedfor mineral oy1: o1$,9i1g-"lJr:' r.r"riars irass oc They A rrr ,i ..q,atingtempbratures arenormally or up to .1 00 equipped with el6ctric molols prants ofrp 44enctosi,'re comprising nave tobeprovided such separators with erectricar equipment of rp5a., ri ss "r.Lrrr".

separators of the'066 version have

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self-cleaning type osA 7-02-566 non_self_cleaning type oTA14-00.s66 separator -566 versions have anenclosed housing Brakes andclutch arearranged inflame-proof of theframeTheframe sections hasbeen b;t"d by theFeoerai cermai'nny.i.rr ind r".nno., Braunschweig' Institute (prB) in accordan." *itn t'" r"{rir.lgntg otcerminsf eciftcations "flame-proof ' (Ex) vDE0171, typeof enctosure d2 Notsubjectedloln'i."t"rt is tnesepaiitoiiuii.r.r n". neither a centifugar a brakeAllseparators crutch nor ofthe-'soo version aie equrppeo nv w*sti.ria separator AGwitherectric fla me-proof motors enctosure of (Ex) d3n,-ignitron'cailgory C+. Each separator frame hasbeen tested at a static pressure of 10bar.separators of the-566version foroperation are in plants enoangeieJby infldmmaore materlrs of thedangerous-materiars iitff! crasses

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AG are equipped with three-phase AC motors, ;i'JTi,.n:irfft:i;fiiil: #!:'#gil.Jr?". separator


AG on the outside of the separator [99t1aria frames whire inoperation, the were found to'be oerow irre rimit t#pl,.t*e orr oo'.C io*ir.ior" ffi:iffi #:re for ignition separators ofthe-565version have a fitting fornitroggl!]anr<etjng oftheinterior space ofthemacnine. '5J33e connected rnls ovtnecustom"ito"tn. nitrogen suppryine onsite. Nitrogen blanketing lilit pressure: separators ofthe-s66y9lion arerequired ifinftammabte tiquids ofthedangerous-materiats A ll aretobetreated' crasses A I and Theelectric utid;";;ra.y pr.nirr"n asmotor contrors, electric varve heaters' contrors, fojry3l;th" heater controls, etectra vilveshave to be serected so as to meet the requirements exptosion-hazarded for areas, otherwise theyhave to oernstatteo-outi]oe tneexprosion-hazarded area. Temperatures measuredjl separator

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