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FLOW MONITORS

Flow Monitor Installation and
Maintenance Instructions
for Vane and Piston Style
Variable Area Flow Monitors

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UNIVERSAL FLOW MONITORS INC.
1755 E. Nine Mile Road
Hazel Park, MI 48030-0249
Ph. 248-542-9635 / Fax 248-398-4274
Email: ufm@universalflow.com

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Installation and Instruction Manual for Universal Flow Monitors, Inc. Flow Monitors
The following manual includes the installation and maintenance instructions for flow meters manufactured by Universal Flow
Monitors Inc. All flow monitors are individually calibrated for use with a specific fluid requested in the order entry process.
Different fluids should not be used without first consulting the factory to verify compatibility of materials and flow parameters,
such as viscosity and specific gravity for liquids, or operating pressure, temperature and specific gravity for gases, of the new
application. Meter designs are of the variable-area type and operate with a relatively low, pressure drop. The flow elements
are either a swinging vane or a repositioning piston.

INDEX
How Vane and Piston Flow Meters work............2
Special Use Meters.............................................3
Construction Materials and Engineering Data.....4
Readout Specifications........................................5-8
Periodic Maintenance........................................10
Calibration Notes...............................................11
Dimension Information.....................................12-16
Replacement Parts Kits...................................17-33
Return Authorization Information..................34-37

How the swinging-vane design works

F

Fluid enters at A, passes around the semi-circular vane
B, exits at outlet C. The vane resists the flow because
of the spring D. The further the vane is pushed the
larger the passageway E becomes. This minimizes the
increase in pressure drop. The vane shaft turns to
operate the pointer F and remote signal devices such as
the switch G. The shaft can also turn switch cams and
transducers to actuate any remote readout devices
present.

C
D

A
B
E

How the piston design works
Fluid flow causes a spring-loaded piston A having a
circular opening at its center B to move along the axis of
a precision-tapered shaft C. This creates a variable
orifice in direct proportion to the flow rate. The equilibrium position of the piston is mechanically linked to the
readout pointer D, and the strong force developed as
fluid pressure acts on a large piston area that easily
actuates the readout device E. Pressure drop increases
over rated flow range, averaging 3 PSI.

E
A
C B

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D

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Special Use Meters
Universal Flow Monitors has several special use flow meters for specific applications such as air, lube and water. These
meters are constructed of materials that are known to be compatible with the particular service intended. To select a seal,
gasket, cover, readout, or dial assembly kit for any of these models requires conversion of the model prefix to that of a
standard line meter. Additionally, accurate conversion of your specific use meter requires identification of size and seal
materials. Use the following tables to select your correct standard model prefix, housing size and seal material:

MODEL PREFIX:
AS

(svh)

-use-

SN-ESF

AM

(mvh) -use-

MN-ESF

AL

(lvh)

-use-

LN-ESF

O

(svh)

-use-

SN-ASB

O

(mvh) -use-

MN-ASB

OK

(svh)

-use-

SN-BSF

OK

(mvh) -use-

MN-BSF

OO

(ph)

-use-

LL-ABPSB

WB

(svh)

-use-

SN-BSE

WB

(mvh) -use-

MN-BSE

WB

(lvh)

-use-

LN-FSE

WP

(ph)

-use-

LL-BBPSE

-use-

SN-BSE

WVM (mvh) -use-

MN-BSE

WVL (lvh)

-use-

LN-FSE

WW (ph)

-use-

LL-BBPSE

WW (svh)

-use-

SN-BSE

WW (mvh) -use-

MN-BSE

WW (lvh)

LN-FSE

WVS (svh)

-use-

Others consult factory

(ph=piston housing, svh=small vane housing,
mvh=medium vane housing, lvh=large vane housing).
Note: Other manuals are available for Vortex,
Sensor Manifold, FlowStream, Mensah, Octopus,
Insite and Transmitter

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Construction Materials and Engineering Data
Prior to installation always double check the system pressure, temperature, wetted parts’ compatibility, electrical
ratings, and all other requirements to verify that the flow meter supplied is appropriate for the application.
HOUSINGS

SN

SM

SH

SX

MN

MM

MH

MX

ML

LN

LE

XHF

LL**

LP**

4-in 70
6-in 78
8-in 100

4

4

LH**

HOUSING MATERIAL and WEIGHT (lb) †
Aluminum

4

4

9

9

Aluminum/Nylon Bowl

3

7

7

Aluminum/Hard Coat

4

4

9

9

Brass

6

6

16

16

65

135

10
4-in 200
6-in 220
8-in 260

Aluminum Bronze
Brass/Nylon Bowl

5

Cast Iron

6

Cast Iron/Nylon Bowl

5

Cast Iron/Nickel Plated/Teflon
Impregnated

6

Carbon Steel

6

7

13

13

19

19

30

120

19

30

120

10

10

13
6

6

6

Naval Bronze

6

6

Naval Bronze/Nylon Bowl

5

Carbon Steel/Nickel Plated

7

19

7

21

21

16

16

7

30

120

30

120

10

10

4-in 200
6-in 220
8-in 260

12

12

14

120
135

13

Polypropylene

12

Polysulphone

1.75

6

PVC

1.75

6

Teflon

12
12

Tefzel

1.75

316 Stainless Steel

6

6

200 (Optional 300 & 400 °F)

7

6
21

21

30

120

120

4-in 200
6-in 220
8-in 260

12

12

14

MAXIMUM FLUID TEMPERATURE (°F)

100 for PVC and PP, 200 for Others *

MAXIMUM OPERATING PRESSURE LIQUIDS/GASES (PSIG)
300/125 (PSIG)

500/125
500/200


1000/167

1500/375

2000/500 Iron & Steel

2000/500, 1200/450 Stainless Steel

*100 PVC, 150 Tefzel, 200
Polysulphone
*100 PVC, 200 Tefzel & Polysulphone


*100, 50 Teflon

150 Plastic, 300 Metal Cap/125 Metal
Cap

* Liquids only
†Add 2 pounds for control boxes other than A.
**Piston and cap material. Polysulfone plastic cap can be used in LL units up to 150 PSI (liquid), metal cap (same as housing) is used for all other units.

Installation
These are in-line devices that can be mounted in any position without affecting performance. First, attach the meter at the
port marked “in” by the appropriate means (threaded or flanged) ensuring the flow goes into that port. When threading
pipe into a cast iron meter, do not use teflon tape to seal the pipe threads. Then connect the meter at the “out” port.
The installation diagrams on pages 10-13 give the critical mounting dimensions. To insure maximum accuracy, install
control valves downstream of the flow meter. If this is a gas application, back pressure must be maintained on the meter
equal to the calibrated pressure. Units may have visual indication of flow only, or use a variety of switches,
potentiometers, transmitters, or pneumatic switches.
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1/4A-250 VDC.250..C.2B 3. or 15A-125. PIN IDENTIFICATION FOR B-H TYPE CONNECTORS 3-POSITION CONNECTOR (PC3) For 4-20 mA loop GRN/1-GRD RED/2-NEG RED/3-POS 4-POSITION CONNECTOR (PC4) For a 3-wire switch BLK/1-N.. details it by option number and switch type.5 2/03 . & 5A Ind. 18 17. 1/4A-250 VDC 1/4A-250 VDC 1/4A-250 VDC. 5A res.. 2A-600 VAC 2A-600 VAC 2A-600 VAC. & 5A Ind. & 5A Ind.5A res.Switch Specifications Option (SYMBOL) 1. 19 30.250. 2 General and Hazardous Corrosive Use Location 7% 1 7% 2 15% 1 25% 2 0.5A Inductive6A Resistive & 6A Resistive & 6A Res. or 480 VAC 11A. 1/8 HP-125 VAC.72 53.O.48 VDC 5A Inductive5A Inductive24 or 48 VAC VDC 24 VDC= 24 or 48 VDC 24 or 48 VDC 6A Res. 7C*. 1/8 HP-125 VAC.C. or 15A-125. 1/2A-125 VDC 115 VAC.24 or 48 VAC VDC General Purpose HighTemperature General Purpose 7% 1 7% 2 7% 1 7% 2 7% 1 7% 2 Flow rates ≥15 GPM/56 LPM with exception of piston style.4 61. 1/2A-250 VDC 1/2A-125 VDC. 125/250 VAC. 1/4 hp. or 15A-125. BLU/4-NO2 RED/5-N/U BLU/5-NC2 For a 4-wire switch (AC) RED/1-NC1 GRN/3-GRD RED/2-NO1 RED/4-NO2 GRN/3-GRD RED/5-NC2 5 6-POSITION CONNECTOR (PC6) For a two 3-wire switches ORN/1-NO1 WHT/4-NO2 BLU/2-NC1 RED/5-NC2 BLK/3-COM1 GRN/6-COM2 8-POSITION CONNECTOR (PC8) For a two 4-wire switches ORN/1-NC1 (1) WHT/5-NC1 (2) BLU/2-NC2 (1) RED/6-NC2 (2) WHT-BLK/3NO1 (1) GRN/7-NO1 (2) BLK/4-NO2 (1) RED-BLK/8-NO2 (2) GENMAN-200. The above chart shows each switch pictorially. 1/8 HP-125 VAC 28 VDC 0. 3A ind. 2A-600 VAC.250.54 7. 1/2A-125 VDC. 125/250 VAC.. WHT/2-N. 1/2A-125 VDC 1/4 HP-125 VAC. 1/4 HP-250 VAC.5A res.62 71.O. and describes its rating and the rating agency. RED/3-COM GRN/4-GRD 5-POSITION CONNECTOR (PC-5) For a 3-wire For a 4-wire switch switch (DC) RED/1-COM BLU/1-NC1 RED/2-N. 11A. 400 Hz 28 VDC. or 480 VAC 480 VAC 480 VAC 480 VAC 1A-125 VDC.5A.250. 125 VDC 125 VDC 6A Res. its use and deadband.2 1B. 28 VDC. 17C*. 1/2 HP-250 VAC 1/8 HP-125 VAC 3A Resistive & 1/4 HP-250 VAC 1/4 HP-250 VAC 1/4 HP-250 VAC. 5A res. 20-250 VAC/VDC Hazardous Location Hazardous Location 15% 1 25% 2 10% 1 15% 2 Flow rates ≤14 GPM/52 LPM including piston style. 2.. 0.250.31 Switch Type SPDT 3-Wire High-Vibration SPDT 3-Wire SPDT 4-Wire High-Temp SPDT 3-Wire Gold-Contact SPDT 3-Wire HermeticallySealed SPDT 3-Wire SPDT 3-Wire DPDT 3-Wire SPST Proximity Rated By UL/CSA/CE UL/CSA/CE UL/CSA (CE Pending) UL/CSA (CE Pending) UL/CSA (CE Pending) MIL-S-8805 UL/CSA/ *CENELEC UL/CSA/ *CENELEC UL/CSA Rating General Purpose Use Deadband (Not to exceed) 1 15A-125. 5A res.. 1/4 hp. BLU/2-NO1 GRN/3-GRD GRN/3-GRD RED/4-N. 7% 1 7% 2 General Purpose 7% 1 7% 2 15A-125.

I. as well as purge the line of any hazardous chemical prior to removing the bowl. This is symbol “T” found in model code. noting where the switch actuates. Adjust the flow to the desired point where you want a signal to occur and turn the cam to actuate the switch as outlined above. While holding the pointer/shaft/vane in the desired position. Release your downward pressure and the cam ring will lock at that position. proceed as follows. and gasket from the control box. 11. 8.E. 4. 1/16 inch) and rotate it until the switch actuates (clicks). a low flow contact is set for decreasing flow by moving the indicator above the low flow set point and adjusting the cam to activate or deactivate the switch just as it arrives at the low flow setting. 61. 53. The cam that actuates the switch is located just under the pointer. MM. (ex. window. 3. Turn the pointer so that it points at the desired flow rate on the scale. opposite from the control box. in a X motion. and gasket before turning on electric power. series) can be handled by *removing the bowl (under the housing). 1. To check the setting. Against low spring forces you can do this by grasping the pointer itself (and holding it in position while you adjust the cam). the set point must be approached from the normal flow condition. 7. Replace window. Flow meters with very high spring force and no extended shaft (typically MN. To properly set the cam.U N I V E R S A L Setting Single Electrical Switches FLOW MONITORS Usually the switches are set at the factory as indicated in the model code on the nameplate. The position of the cam dictates the flow rate at which the cam will trip the switch. MN-IIT-ect. 6. mark the bowl mounting orientation and replace the bowl in the same position after the cam is properly adjusted. nameplate. the cam is adjusted to activate/ deactivate the switch as it approaches the set point from zero. and 71. MH. Gasket Window Name Plate Scale Switch DO NOT LOOSEN DIAL SCREW!! Cam Ring Control Box Allen Screws Dial Spring Exploded View Single switch assembly * NOTE: It is recommended that all Teflon bowl seals be replaced when bowl is removed. or as indicated on an attached paper tag. To set the cam for an increasing set point. To get the edge of the vane out of its recessed seat. To reset the switch point for common switch options 1. inserting it into one of the vane set screws to rotate the vane. A wrench (supplied with those units) is used to turn an extension of the shaft located at the back of the unit. depress the cam ring fully (approx. The vane is then grasped and turned. WARNING: Isolate meter from process and be sure to bleed off any remaining pressure. To maintain factory calibration accuracy. use a socket head screw wrench as a lever. Remove the nameplate. If the bowl was removed please place on guide roll pins and firmly tighten.. large. 1B.) Pointer O Ring Cam Retainer Pointer Screw 6 GENMAN-200. NOTE: Some flow meters with higher spring forces (medium. It’s much easier to set the switch point if you can do it with actual flow present. and extra large vane style) have an extended shaft which provides a means of manually moving the vane and simulating flow.5 2/03 . Connect to the common and normally open or normally close on the switch. Warning: Shut off the electric power to the control box before opening it. 5. 2. Make adjustments as necessary. If you can’t hear the switch click. 3. direct the pointer again to the desired flow rate. you can determine contact closure with an ohmmeter connected across the switch terminals.

18. and extra large vane style) have an opening on the opposite side of the meter from the control box. noting where the switch actuates. rotate the bottom cam until it actuates the bottom switch (switch will click). 54. 4. Remove the nameplate. To properly set the cam. 2B. Turn the pointer so that it points at the desired flow rate on the scale. 3. *Due to control box space constraints. window and nameplate before turning electrical power on.5 2/03 . 62. Gasket Window Name Plate Scale Lower Switch DO NOT LOOSEN DIAL SCREW!! Cam Screw Control Box Exploded View Dual switch assembly Upper Switch Upper Cam Dial Pointer Lower Cam Cam Screw Pointer Screw 7 GENMAN-200. 5. 2. To check the setting. Still holding the pointer. To set the cam for an increasing set point. consult factory. and gasket from the control box. 19. tighten the cam screw with a hex wrench. With a 5/16 nut driver remove upper switch from control box. cams are supplied with set screws for adjustment. the set point must be approached from the normal flow condition. Dual switch units have two independent cams. While holding the pointer. 7. shaft and vane in the desired position. 17. 7. NOTE: Some flow meters with higher spring forces (medium. 18C. I. WARNING: Shut off electric power to control box before removing control box cover. the cam is adjusted to activate/deactivate the switch as it approaches the set point from zero. the supplied 1/8 inch hex wrench has been modified by grinding down the short end of the wrench. 1. you can determine contact closure with an ohmmeter connected across the switch terminals.. Adjust the flow to the desired point where you want a signal to occur and turn the cam to actuate the switch as outlined above. The vane is then grasped and turned. Using a 1/8" hex wrench*. Make adjustments as necessary. 9. stacked one on top of the other. WARNING: Isolate meter from process and be sure to bleed off any remaining pressure. mark the bowl mounting orientation and replace the bowl in the same position after the cams are properly adjusted. 6. 30. Additional modified wrenches can be obtained through UNIVERSAL FLOW MONITORS. A wrench (supplied with those units) can be used to turn an extension of the shaft. Repeat steps 4 through 6. shaft and vane in the desired position. NOTE: If you cannot hear the switch click. To maintain factory calibration accuracy. 8. Place upper switch back into position in control box.E. window. It’s much easier to set the switch point if you can do it with actual flow present. inserting it into one of the vane set screws to rotate the vane.U N I V E R S A L Setting Dual Electrical Switches FLOW MONITORS Cam Set Screw Adjustment For switch options 2. a low flow contact is set for decreasing flow by moving the indicator above the low flow set point and adjusting the cam to activate or deactivate the switch just as it arrives at the low flow setting. 4. 17C. Flow meters with very high spring force and no extended shaft (medium) can be changed by removing the bowl (under the housing). large. loosen lower cam screw just enough to rotate cam. 31. as well as purge the line of any hazardous chemical prior to removing the bowl. Against low spring forces you can do this by using a screwdriver and turning the pointer screw (and holding it in position while you adjust the cam). The lower switch is now set. 19C. and 72. To get the edge of the vane out of its recessed seat. Again using a 1/8" hex wrench loosen upper cam just enough to rotate on dial. move the pointer again to the desired flow rate. 7C. use a socket head screw wrench as a lever. 11. Replace the gasket. 10.

In any case. WARNING: Instrument to AC power lines constitute a potential electric shock to users. The unit is actually a cam-operated 5-port multi-purpose 4-way valve with flow paths that can be optionally connected. Class 1. seals. EXPLOSION-PROOF PROXIMITY Switch options 30. 53. 19C LOAD 1 3 5 BLK Vs ALTERNATE LOAD LOCATION SPRING Switch options 11 RED Cam-controlled position shown at left. Make certain that the branch circuit is disconnected from the power supply before touching anything inside the control box. the valve shifts to the spring-controlled position. F & G (switches with a suffix of "C" are CENELEC rated). C & D. 72 Operation The operation of this switch is the same as directional valves commonly used to direct flow to air cylinders. Groups A. to signal a low-flow condition. the spring controls the valve spool. to supply ON-OFF signals. 17C. 1.Pneumatic Switch Option Universal’s pneumatic switch option gives you reliable air-operated remote signalling. 7C. Class 2. The valve has a hardened stainless steel packless spool sliding in an electronics nickel plated body. 18. port 4 is the “OUT” port. spring-controlled position at right. The switch is available on all Universal flow monitors. 61. (Switches may be removed to facilitate wiring them. 2B. The unit is best used with instrument air. 19. (See simplified fluid power symbol. port 3 is connected to port 5 the exhaust port. port 3 is connected to port 4. and similar devices. The explosion-proof switches come with color coded leads as follows: RED BLUE RED BROWN PURPLE BLUE BROWN YELLOW GREEN 2 BLACK SPDT 4 2 4 GREEN DPDT Switch options 7. 17C. The unit is cam operated with a spring return. the valve is held in the cam-controlled position. collars. 19. In the cam-controlled position.31 GENMAN-200.) Port 3 is the “IN” port. 54. 2. ferrules. So the control box is purged with instrument air during normal operation. B. When flow falls below the switch point. NC 2 Switch options 3. 18C. routing the air to exhaust . Port 3 to 4 is then connected. Groups E. When flow is above the minimum level required (above the switch point). 71.) NC 3-Wire SPDT F INCREASING C NO Switch options 1. or as part of a logic circuit. 1B. 19C. Electric Switch Wiring Diagrams Make connections according to the appropriate diagram below. completing the circuit to the signalling device. In the spring controlled position.D. and port 5 is the “Exhaust” port. The function of the switch is to provide air control signals to activate a remote and/ or pilot-operated signalling device. just three ports are utilized. 30 and 31 are all CSA and UL rated for use in hazardous locations DIV. the air must be clean and dry. or threads are required. (Tubing should be 1/8" I. 7C. 62. When the cam is not actuating it.4 Switch options 7. 18.5 2/03 1 3 5 CAM 8 .) The unit comes mounted in the standard flow monitor control box. No tubing inserts. motors. 18C Switch options 17. 4-Wire SPDT NC 1 NO 1 NO 2 ON-OFF Signalling For simple ON-OFF operation of the valve. Connection is simplified with its push-on type barb tube connectors. 17.

When flow is above the switch point. The wire must be between AWG size 22 and 12. Leakage: no greater than . Be sure any scale removed is put back in the same meter. OPTIONAL ➂ 2 connections 3-4 ② ➂ ② ➃ ➄ ➃ 3 connections 1-2-4 Wire Length Chart Wire Gauge Maximum Signal Wire Length* 22 AWG 1000 Feet 20 AWG 1500 Feet 18 AWG 2500 Feet 16 AWG 3000 Feet 14 AWG 3500 Feet 12 AWG 4000 Feet 4 connections 1-2-4-5 * Based on using instrument grade twisted shielded signal cable and adhering to wire separation guide line. (For additional information see separate transmitter manual RT.W. The twisted wire pair connects the transmitter and all receiving equipment in a loop. Our standard pot is 10k ohms with an output of less Than 2k ohms. TTL) 2 3 3 2 1 C.5 2/03 . TTL manuals for additional information on transmitters. Fittings: 10-32 to 1/8" I. The air logic symbols for the valves spring-controlled position are shown.in the left hand junction box of the control box. Recalibration is only necessary if the transmitter is replaced or installed in a different flow meter. the valve is held in the cam-controlled position. Connect a shielded twisted pair of wires (not provided) to the terminals marked + and . An electrical ground connection must be made to the ground screw provided in the box. Calibration All flow meters are individually calibrated (for a specific fluid) before leaving the factory. when tubed with 1/8" I. TT and TTL boxes contain a transmitter (and driving potentiometer) that provide a two wire 4-20 mA DC linear output signal proportional to flow. Fully balanced. They should be wired as shown below. When ordering a remote transmitter for the purposes of keeping the transmitter out of a hazardous location. NOTE: The loop should be grounded. Engineering Data Pressure Rating: vacuum to 125 PSIG. the valve shifts to the spring-controlled position.002 SCFM when supplied with 50 PSIG pressure. as these act as exhaust ports. (UFM STD. Refer to: RT.W. at only one point in the loop. CLOCKWISE 10kΩ POTENTIOMETER 9 GENMAN-200. but only one power supply source should be used. (see chart below). 1 2 WIPER 1 3 C.) ➂ ➃ ➂ ➃ Wiring a transmitter (in control boxes RT. pushon barbs. When flow falls below the switch point. Note: resistance of wiring should not exceed 2 ohms. Supply power (typical 24 VDC at 30mA) must be supplied by one of the receiving units or by a separate power supply. the spring controls the valve spool. When the cam is not actuating it. Wiring a Potentiometer (options RP and TP) RP and TP boxes contain a potentiometer that will give a varying voltage with flow. Scales are therefore not interchangeable. TT and TTL) RT. changing the condition of the flow paths.12. Cv=0. (Consult factory for additional instructions). TT.C.Air Logic Circuits This multi-purpose valve offers a number of circuiting possibilities. polyurethane tubing. Power rating is 1 watt. Several receivers (such as recorders or controllers) may be connected in series. These may be ordered with or without the switches described previously.D. there must be a barrier on each of the three branches. TT.D. Operation is illustrated in the symbols shown here. Care should be taken that unused ports are not blocked. The transmitter comes factory calibrated for the fluid and application specified in the ordering process.

and the face plate reinstalled. it is likely that the O-rings have been chemically attacked. The meter may also have to be purged if it is metering hazardous materials. Loosen the four cap screws from the lower end cap. the end cap tightened. there may be an obstruction around the flow sensing element. If the vane is in good condition (not pitted or corroded). in the direction of maximum scale reading while slipping the capsule and end cap into position. Before installing a cleaned or replacement capsule. or LH housing. This is done by removing the name plate from the control box. If not. piston seal. and pull the end cap and attached flow sensing capsule out of the housing. it is likely the original calibration is still good. It is also possible that gaskets. Periodic Maintenance (Piston type meters) In the piston design. and stainless steel spring.” followed by digits. Open the flow chamber as show in the diagram. control box mechanical moving parts and O-rings may become damaged and need replacement. and continue the operation. individual springs cannot be changed. All internal parts are contained in a replaceable capsule. Check seal condition. you have a non-standard option. Reassemble the meter. If your model number contains a “Z. Remove piston by taking out 4 screws and sliding it out. and the spring is intact. The capsule may be cleaned by flushing in a liquid. * See: “Caution” above. However. GENMAN-200. The capsule is easily removed to correct a malfunction or to change the flow range. The meter may also have to be purged if it is metering hazardous materials. switches. * See: “Caution” above. and moving the pointer. The tell-tale arm that controls the motion of the pointer must be held out of the way while the capsule is installed.5 2/03 10 . CAUTION: Shut off flow to the meter and bleed off pressure prior to disassembly. If the attack is not likely to be repeated. by hand. LP. Mark position of bowl on both the body and bowl to ensure reassembly in the proper position. or by a blast of compressed air. Please consult the factory when making this selection. If there is no sign of corrosion or blockage and the flow element is still frozen in place. look for debris or coating inner bore for LL. The pointer may then be released. matching the marks previously made on the bowl and meter body. as follows: CAUTION: Shut off flow to the meter and bleed off pressure prior to disassembly. Actual verification of flow accuracy requires a flow prover or calibration flow test stand. Please contact the factory for an explanation of your complete model number. then replacement O-rings can be ordered as a seal kit. Select these parts kits from page 12-28 according to the flow meter model number. then the meter must be rebuilt using new O-rings of a different material. clean the interior of the housing with a rag or brush. If the chemical attack is due to a permanent change in fluid conditions. we do not recommend disassembly of the capsule. VANE STYLE HOUSING PISTON STYLE BOWL Remove bowl and look for obstruction on “S” or “M” housing types. Check for obstructions and remove any.Periodic Maintenance Periodic maintenance (Vane type meters) Check the meter function by varying flow though it and observing if the flow indications are tracking. including a piston.

7 14.0 . .86 300 0. and correction factors from Table 1 are applied against the readings to get actual SCFM. with air temperature assumed to be 70oF.04 1.7 + X X = System Pressure 11 GENMAN-200.05 110 1.Calibration Notes If the flowmeter will be used to measure flows at varying pressures (as in applications for portable meters) a standard unit calibrated for 90 psig @ 70oF is supplied.13 14. 120 1. If the flowmeter is to measure air at a constant and repeatable pressure.00 90 0.90 80 .72 50 .79 60 .5 2/03 .02 70 1. Readings taken with air at other than 70oF can be corrected by using the correction factors in Table 2.95 90 1.7 14.81 14.93 200 0. Table 1 Pressure PSIG 10 20 30 Factor .65 40 .0 100 1.49 .98 120 0.90 250 0.09 Table 2 Temprature Temp oF 30 50 Factor 1.7 + 90. it will be factory calibrated to read directly in actual SCFM.84 350 0.58 .84 70 .96 150 0.

44 PRIMARY SWITCH 5.25 CENTER LINE OF FLOW 2.25 3.38 “R” Style Control Box 3. Please request certified drawings with your order when installation dimensions are critical.75 LINE 6.5 2/03 12 .44 4.005 CORE THRU *2° DRAFT PER SIDE 2PLACES AS SHOWN 1/2-14 NPTF TAP 2 PLACES TO GAGE 3.50 NOTE: Dimensional information on these drawings are for general reference only.75 2.38 FLOW CENTER LINE 2.88 5.62 3.38 6 “M” Style Control Box 1.50 2.719 .12 4.88 7.813R 1.75 4.94 7.25 “X” Style Control Box 2.50 2.31 CENTER LINE OF FLOW 3.12 4.62 SWITCH FLOW CENTER 7.25 1.81 “T” Style Control Box .12 3/4 NPT ELECTRICAL CONNECTION 1. GENMAN-200.65 .75 SECONDARY 9.75 1/2 NPT ELECTRICAL CONNECTION 1.00 3.62 .Dimensional information “A” Style Control Box 2.75 5.31 3/4 NPTF TO GAGE 7.68 .44 3/4 NPT ELECTRICAL CONNECTION (2 PLACES) 6.

31 5.75 Shown with A/Box 4.12 13 GENMAN-200.06 5.25 3.75 DIM “R1” SWING RADIUS (TO CONTROL BOX) 1.44 CONTROL BOX STYLE “A” “R” “T” “X” “M” BOX BOX BOX BOX BOX DIM “R” 5.5 2/03 .50 3.5.62 5.50 6.25 DIM “R2” SWING RADIUS (TO CONTROL BOX) Piston Body “A” BOX .38 (HIGH PRESSURE) Shown with A/Box 3.25 CONTROL BOX STYLE “R” “T” “X” “M” BOX BOX BOX BOX DIM “R1” 5.50 PORT TO PORT 3.38 DIM “R2” 5.25 7.06 7.62 7.75 LH 2.00 .75 2.00 5.68 6.00 8.68 6.00 DIM “R” SWING RADIUS (TO CONTROL BOX) 7.88 Small Body 2.62 8.62 5.

31 (DUAL SPRING & MANUAL OVERRIDE) 8.00 7.75 4.88 Shown with A/Box DIM “C” Medium Body DIM “A” DIM “B” DIM “R” SWING RADIUS (TO CONTROL BOX) DIM “A” DIM “B” DIM “C” GENMAN-200.69 5.25 3/4 6.00 CONTROL BOX STYLE “A” “R” “T” “X” “M” BOX BOX BOX BOX BOX DIM “R” 5.50 PORT TO PORT .50 ALL 5.81 8.00 FITTING STYLE SIZE (NPTF) 1/4 MALE SX Body FEMALE DIM “A” 6.4.5 2/03 1/2" TO 1-1/2" 2" 1.75 4.44 9. “A” 2.50 7.75 1.50 1 6.20 3.06 (MANUAL OVERRIDE) 7.25 DIM.50 Shown with A/Box 8.25 PORT TO PORT 2.56 8.38 DIM “B” SWING RADIUS (TO CONTROL) DIM “B” CONTROL BOX STYLE “A” “R” “T” “M” BOX BOX BOX BOX “X” BOX 5.12 5.62 7.12 14 .38 3.44 (DUAL SPRING) 6.75 6.75 2.44 4.00 1/2 6.

62 8.56 9.06 3.75 6.06 1.69 MANUAL OVERRIDE 5.25 CONTROL BOX STYLE “A” “T” “X” “M” “R” BOX BOX BOX BOX BOX DIM “B” 6.62 Shown with A/Box Shown with A/Box 5.25 3.38 DIM “C” SWING RADIUS (TO CONTROL BOX) 14.5 CONTROL BOX STYLE “A” “R” “T” “X” “M” BOX BOX BOX BOX BOX DIM “C” MX Body 6.88 7.25 DIM “B” SWING RADIUS (TO CONTROL BOX) 8.00 5.12 7.75 9.75 4.75 5.25 WITH ADAPTOR 5.56 DUAL SPRING & MANUAL OVERRIDE MH Body 4.25 15 GENMAN-200.5 2/03 .50 8.6.00 6.25 2.00 6 7.98 1.

31 11.19 5.25 GENMAN-200.55 (DUAL SPRING) 15.25 Large Body CONTROL BOX STYLE “R” “T” “X” BOX BOX BOX DIM “C” 3.88 CONTROL BOX 2.81 6.00 Shown with R/Box 13.00 10.48 CONTROL BOX STYLE “R” “T” “X” BOX BOX BOX DIM “C” 10.25 DIM “C” WRENCH PORT (TO JOG SWINGING VANE) 9.38 3.25 10.25 15.62 Shown with R/Box XHF Body CONTROL BOX 22.17.25 WRENCH PORT TO JOG SWINGING VANE DIM “C” 6.69 10.15 10.88 3.5 2/03 16 .81 10.

29-30 How to order a Seal Kit: Pg. The first two digits will define the correct flow monitor series. 31-33 17 GENMAN-200. if you do not find your particular series listed. Model code descriptions can be found on all UFM specification sheets.) How to order a Dial Assembly Kit: Pg. (NOTE: See page 2 for special use meters.Replacement Parts Select replacement part kits from the following charts using the model code stamped on the name plate of the flow meter. 26-28 How to order a Gasket Kit: Pg. 23-25 How to order a Cover Assembly Kit: Pg. 18-22 How to order a Readout Kit: Pg.5 2/03 .

5 2/03 LL LP LH SN SM SH SX - A - 1 - EX. The accompanying diagrams will clarify which parts are included for each meter series. 2B 3 4 61 62 53 54 71 72 7.0-A1NR DAK-MN-A-1 EX. 1B 2. The kit numbers correlate to the model codes as follows: MN-BSB30GM-8-32V1. 19C 30 31 11 L R U D * Flow direction required for these models only. 1B 3 61 53 11 71 L R U D GENERAL DESIGNATOR DAK 18 - MN - A - 1 SERIES BOX TYPE READOUT MN MM MH MX ML A R T M 1.HOW TO ORDER A DIAL ASSEMBLY KIT: (DAK) The meters in this manual are all mechanical in nature. The parts that are attached to this shaft and that reside inside the control box are referred to as the “Dial Assembly”. DAK - LL GENERAL SERIES DESIGNATOR DAK GENMAN-200. the replacement parts are sold as a kit. The following kit diagrams are subsets of the main parts assembly. DAK - GENERAL DESIGNATOR DAK MN - A - 1 SERIES BOX TYPE READOUT FLOW DIRECTION LL* LP* LH* SH* SN* SM* SX* ML MN MX MM MH LN LE XHF A M R T X 0 1. 1B 3 61 53 11 71 . All “Dial Assembly” kit part numbers begin with “DAK”. EX. 7C 18. 17C 19. 18C 17. Single Switch Assy. The remainder of the part number is derived from the model code of the meter. Single Switch Assy. DAK R BOX TYPE READOUT FLOW DIRECTION A R T M 1. If any of these parts are damaged. The flow elements are connected to the control boxes via a shaft that rotates with changing flow rates.

2B 4 62 54 72 GENMAN-200. - 1 SERIES BOX TYPE READOUT LN LE XHF R T 1.5 2/03 . 2B 4 62 54 72 L R U D Double Switch Assy. DAK - GENERAL DESIGNATOR DAK - MN - R - GENERAL SERIES DESIGNATOR DAK Double Switch Assy. - 2 SERIES BOX TYPE READOUT MN MM MH MX ML A R 2. 2B 4 62 54 72 EX. EX. DAK - GENERAL DESIGNATOR DAK LN - R Double Switch Assy. DAK GENERAL DESIGNATOR DAK 19 - LN - R - 2 SERIES BOX TYPE READOUT LN LE XHF R 2. 1B 3 61 53 11 71 EX. DAK LL LL LP LH SN SM SH SX A - 2 - R BOX TYPE READOUT FLOW DIRECTION A R 2.HOW TO ORDER A DIAL ASSEMBLY KIT: (DAK) Single Switch Assy. EX.

7C 17. 17C DAK Single Switch Assy. 7 SERIES BOX TYPE READOUT LN XHF X 7. DAK - LL - GENERAL SERIES DESIGNATOR DAK LL LP LH SN SH SX X - Single Switch Assy.5 2/03 - LN - X - MN - X - 7 SERIES BOX TYPE READOUT MN MM MH MX ML X 7. 7 - BOX TYPE READOUT X 7. EX. DAK - LL GENERAL SERIES DESIGNATOR DAK 20 LL LP LH SN SH SX - X - 30 BOX TYPE READOUT X 30 - R FLOW DIRECTION L R U D . DAK FLOW DIRECTION GENERAL DESIGNATOR L R U D GENERAL DESIGNATOR DAK GENMAN-200. DAK - Single Switch Assy. 17C R EX. EX. 7C 17. 17C EX.HOW TO ORDER A DIAL ASSEMBLY KIT: (DAK) Single Switch Assy. 7C 17.

- BOX TYPE READOUT X 31 R EX. DAK SERIES BOX TYPE READOUT MN MM MH MX ML X 7. 18C 19. 19C 31 GENMAN-200.HOW TO ORDER A DIAL ASSEMBLY KIT: (DAK) Single Switch Assy. - 30 EX. DAK GENERAL DESIGNATOR - MN - X Single Switch Assy. DAK FLOW DIRECTION GENERAL DESIGNATOR L R U D DAK 21 - MN - X - 18 SERIES BOX TYPE READOUT MN MM MH MX ML X 18. 7C 17.5 2/03 . 17C 30 DAK - GENERAL DESIGNATOR DAK Double Switch Assy. EX. 17C 30 Double Switch Assy. 7C 17. EX. DAK - LL GENERAL SERIES DESIGNATOR DAK LL LP LH SM SN SH SX - X - 31 LN - X - 30 SERIES BOX TYPE READOUT LN XHF X 7.

18C 19. 19C 31 22 .HOW TO ORDER A DIAL ASSEMBLY KIT: (DAK) Double Switch Assy. DAK GENERAL DESIGNATOR DAK GENMAN-200. EX.5 2/03 - LN - X - 18 SERIES BOX TYPE READOUT LE LN XHF X 18.

7C 18. ROK - GENERAL DESIGNATOR MN - A - 1 . 2B 4 54 62 72 CE HT GENMAN-200. EX. 2B 3 4 61 62 53 54 71 72 7. Double Switch Assy. 1B 3 61 53 71 CE HT EX. Single Switch Assy. CE BOX TYPE READOUT OPTIONS A R T M 1. 18C 17. The part numbers correlate to the model codes as follows: MN-BSB30GM-8-32V1. If any of these parts are damaged. The remainder of the part number is derived from the model code of the meter. The parts that are actuated by this mechanical action that reside inside of the control box are called the “Readout”.HT SERIES BOX TYPE READOUT LL LP LH SN SM SH MN MM MH LN LE XHF SX MX ML A M R T X 0 1. the replacement parts are sold as a kit.HOW TO ORDER A READOUT KIT: (ROK) The meters in this manual are all mechanical in nature. ROK - LL GENERAL SERIES DESIGNATOR ROK ALL - A - 1B - Insulator used with R box. 19C 30 31 11 ROK OPTIONS CE HT The following kit diagrams are subsets of the main parts assembly. 17C 19.5 2/03 . All “Readout Assembly” kit part numbers begin with “ROK”. Insulator used with R box & T Box. The flow elements are connected to the control boxes via a shaft that rotates with changing flow rates. ROK - LL GENERAL SERIES DESIGNATOR ROK 23 ALL - A - 2B - CE BOX TYPE READOUT OPTIONS A R 2. The accompanying diagrams will clarify which parts are included for each flow meter series.0 -A1NR ROK-MN-A-1 EX. 1B 2.

ROK - GENERAL DESIGNATOR EX. - 7 SERIES BOX TYPE READOUT LL LP LH SN SM SH MN MM MH LN LE XHF ML X 7. 17C EX. ROK - GENERAL DESIGNATOR ROK LL - X Single Switch Assy. ROK - GENERAL DESIGNATOR ROK 24 LL - X - 31 SERIES BOX TYPE READOUT ALL X 31* * Includes 2 switch assemblies. . 7C 17. ROK .XHF GENERAL DESIGNATOR ROK GENMAN-200. LL SERIES Double Switch Assy. 18C* 19*. - 19 SERIES BOX TYPE READOUT MN MM MH LN LE XHF ML X 18*. EX. EX.5 2/03 - X - X - 30 BOX TYPE READOUT ALL X 30 ROK Double Switch Assy. 19C* * Includes 2 switch assemblies.HOW TO ORDER A READOUT KIT: (ROK) Single Switch Assy.

HOW TO ORDER A READOUT KIT: (ROK) Single switch Single Pneumatic Switchassy.5 2/03 . ROK GENERAL DESIGNATOR ROK - LL - A - 11 SERIES BOX TYPE READOUT ALL A 11 25 GENMAN-200. for All Series EX.

The part numbers correlate to the model codes as follows: MN-BSB30GM-8-32V1. LN IN DE MO O0 NIIT4803 M MO rk. A Box (Vane Style) A Box (Piston Style) 3 1 OR S. IN 1 4 DEL O. O LN SA IV PE TY AT OR DIC TE 0 1 2 17 52 331 W 3 IN RA LO 4 L ®F SA IV UN EX. OWel Pa FL az L d. NOTE: Model number and UFM # must be supplied with order to stamp new name plate. the replacement parts are sold as a kit. or ML meters). OR0 NIT4803 MO MI W Park. MO 3 5 ER R BE M NU . The following kit diagrams are subsets of the main assembly. RS LN SA ER IV UN PE TY ® B UM C. CAK - LL GENERAL DESIGNATOR - SERIES CAK LL LP LH SN SM SH MN MM A BOX TYPE LN LE XHF SX MX ML A M R T X RTZ TTZ - W . LOazel L Fd. The accompanying diagrams will clarify which parts are included. .W.0-A1WR-HT * CAK-MN-A-H How to order a Cover Assembly Kit: EX. UN 55 4-96 UN ER . CAK - 26 - A - ER N - HT BOX ENCLOSURE OPTIONS TYPE TYPE A N W X C HT TG CE .HT ENCLOSURE OPTIONS TYPE N. All “Cover Assembly Kits” part numbers begin with “CAK”. NO 0 1 M NO ITE EM 2 IT 3 C.5 2/03 EX. The remainder of the part number is derived from the model code of the meter. SX.HOW TO ORDER A COVER ASSEMBLY KIT: (CAK) The meters in this manual are all mechanical in nature. H 5 AT DIC E W T RA IN LO L ®F SA ER IV UN ® SA Roa ER Mile IV.X W or X W or X W or X W or X W or X W or X HT C TG CE * “ ” HT Option at the end of the model code requires an “HT” designator in the kit part number for high temperature applications (not available with “N” type control boxes. MX. The flow elements are connected to the control boxes via a shaft that changes angle with changing flow rates. Nine 35 E UN 55 4-96 17 52 331 . CAK GENERAL DESIGNATOR CAK SN SERIES SN SM SH MN MM MH SX MX ML A - W - HT BOX ENCLOSURE OPTIONS TYPE TYPE A N W X LL GENERAL DESIGNATOR SERIES CAK C HT TG CE LL LP LH Flow Any Direction Flow Any Direction GENMAN-200. H SA Roa ERe Mile IV Nin35 E. If any of these parts are damaged.

OR0 NIIT4803 M MO rk. MO NO AL RS IVE UN UN AL M NO 3 5 . IN 1 3 5 M IVENine E. MOD L NO SA IVER UN R TO CA DI TE IN RA OW L ® FL SA IVER UN EX. Ni NIV55 R U 17 RS UNIVE EX.5 2/03 . ER NO . OWl Pa FL. MzeOl Pa OW. IVE ® PE TY C. Haze AL ad RS ile Ro C. 9635 UN 55 ® 17 524331 0 . IN S. X Box S.HOW TO ORDER A COVER ASSEMBLY KIT: (CAK) R Box (Flow to Left) R Box (Flow to right) OR ® FL C. UN 17 U N IV E R S A O W TE RA ICAT IND L 1 ITE 0 1 M ITE 2 3 . CAK - BOX ENCLOSURE OPTIONS TYPE TYPE ALL EXCEPT: LN LE XHF R RP RT RTZ * W X GENERAL DESIGNATOR C HT TG CE CAK LN SERIES LN LE XHF R - W - HT BOX ENCLOSURE OPTIONS TYPE TYPE R RP RT RTZ W X C HT TG CE * LEFT TO RIGHT . CAK GENERAL DESIGNATOR CAK SN SERIES SN SM SH MN MM MH SX ML MX LN LE XHF X - X - C BOX ENCLOSURE OPTIONS TYPE TYPE X X C HT TG 27 GENMAN-200. 0 OIR4803 1 3 5 M NIT rk.UP or DOWN FLOW ONLY NOTE : HT = HIGH TEMPERATURE OPTION. CAK - LL GENERAL DESIGNATOR SERIES CAK - R - X - HT EX. 0 OIR4803 M NIT rk. NO 4 DE L NU MB MO RS ER MB L NU DE . 1 2 ITEM 3 4 NO R MBE NU EL . Ha 35 FL ad 96 L ile Ro524SAne M 313ER Ni IV55 E. MzeOl Pa OW. Ha 35 FLRoad4-96 0 1 2 3 4 ® AL OW FL RA TE IN D IC A T O L ile 52 SAne M 313ERE. PE TY IN S.

CAK - ER 5 INDI RA .M - W - C BOX ENCLOSURE OPTIONS TYPE TYPE M Any Direction W C HT 28 - X - HT BOX ENCLOSURE OPTIONS TYPE TYPE T FLOW RIGHT TO LEFT ONLY * LEFT TO RIGHT. RS ITO030 48 ON MI Mrk. MI Hazel Park 313-524-9635 ER MODEL NUMB UNIVERSAL ITEM NO. INC E. UP OR DOWN FLOW ONLY CAK LN - * EX. NO. IVE 2 3 - . OWl Pa FL. L NO IVER 3 CA ER MB X C HT TG .5 2/03 LL LP LH SN SM SH SX MX MN MH MM SERIES LN LE XHF T . Haze AL ad RSMile Ro e IVE Nin35 UN -96 NO UN ® FL 0 1 . S. 35 UN 55 -96 17 24 3-5 31 ® T RS PE . INC W MONIT Road FLO Mile 1755 E. AL SA IVER UN 4 LL MB L NU DE MO OW L SA PE TY EX. CAK - HT GENERAL DESIGNATOR BOX ENCLOSURE OPTIONS TYPE TYPE ALL EXCEPT: LN LE XHF TY INC T X CAK C HT TG M Box INDICATOR FLOW RATE UNIVERSALPATENT PENDING ® AL UNIVERS . RSMile Ro ® - X - EX. Nine 48030 . TYPE RD TRICAL HAZA : ELEC ICING WARNING ER BEFORE SERV CT POW DISCONNE LL GENERAL DESIGNATOR SERIES GENMAN-200. M . CAK - . OR0 NIT4803 MI MO rk. ORS. NO ITE 2 NO 3 4 ITE R 1 TO L NU DE MO UN TE IVE GENERAL DESIGNATOR SERIES CAK OWl Pa FL Haze AL ad. 55 17 24 3-5 31 Nine E.HOW TO ORDER A COVER ASSEMBLY KIT: (CAK) T Box (Flow to left) T Box (Flow to right) 1 3 5 R TO TE RA CA INDI OW L SA IVER UN ® FL M 0 1 .

MX. All “Gasket Assembly” kit part numbers begin with “GAK”. SX. The following kit diagrams are subsets of the main assembly.HT ENCLOSURE OPTIONS TYPE N W HT GENMAN-200.HOW TO ORDER A GASKET ASSEMBLY KIT: (GAK) The meters in this manual are all mechanical in nature. GAK - LL - GENERAL SERIES DESIGNATOR PRESSURE GAK LL LP LH SN SM SH MN MM MH LN LE XHF SX MX ML T - W - HT BOX TYPE ENCLOSURE TYPE OPTIONS A M R T N W X HT “ ”HT option at the end of the model code requires an “HT” designator in the kit part number for high temperature applications (not available with “N” type control boxes. * M Box Gasket Assy.HT ENCLOSURE OPTIONS TYPE N W X HT EX. If any of these gaskets are damaged. GAK - MN GENERAL DESIGNATOR SERIES GAK * Not part of kit *LL *LP *LH *SN *SM *SH MN MM MH *SX MX ML - A BOX TYPE A - W .5 2/03 . The part numbers correlate to the model codes as follows: MN-BSB30GM-8-32V1. or ML meters). the replacement parts are sold as a kit. * * EX. GAK - MN GENERAL DESIGNATOR SERIES GAK 29 *LL *LP *LH *SN *SM *SH MN MM MH *SX MX ML - M BOX TYPE M - W . A Box Gasket Assy. The various parts of the meters are sealed from the atmosphere by gaskets. The accompanying diagrams will clarify which parts are included. The remainder of the part number is derived from the model code of the meter. The flow elements are connected to the control boxes via a shaft that changes angle with changing flow rates.0-A1WR-HT * GAK-MN-A-W-H How to order a Gasket Kit: EX.

HT ENCLOSURE OPTIONS TYPE R W X HT MN GENERAL DESIGNATOR SERIES GAK * Not part of kit * Not part of kit X Box Gasket Assy.HOW TO ORDER A GASKET ASSEMBLY KIT: (GAK) T Box Gasket Assy. R Box Gasket Assy. GAK - *LL *LP *LH *SN *SM *SH MN MM MH LN LE XHF *SX MX ML - X BOX TYPE X - X . GAK - MN GENERAL DESIGNATOR SERIES GAK *LL *LH *SN *SM *SH MN - R - BOX TYPE MM MH LN XHF *SX MX ML W .HT OPTIONS TYPE HT . * EX.5 2/03 30 *LL *LP *LH *SN *SM *SH MN MM MH LN LE XHF *SX MX ML - T - W BOX TYPE ENCLOSURE T W X .HT ENCLOSURE OPTIONS TYPE W X HT * Not part of kit GENMAN-200. GAK - MN GENERAL DESIGNATOR SERIES GAK EX. * * EX.

The accompanying diagrams will clarify which parts are included for each flow meter series.y.y. If any of these seals are damaged. G AIR OR GAS UNIT * G (No Symbol for Liquids) The glydring is added to this parts list for transmitting and air or gas units.y. Thrust Bearing for SH housing only.SX) ONLY.y.0-A1NR SAK-MN-B-A EX. SAK - SN SERIES SAK SN SM SH *SX B - S - R SEAL INTERNALS BOX MATERIAL TYPE B E F J T K H A S I T H L C R P A M R RT RP T X - This seal included in SAK with SH housings only.y.HOW TO ORDER A SEAL ASSEMBLY KIT: (SAK) The meters in this manual are all mechanical in nature.5 2/03 .y.y.SM. * SX Series requires additional static seals for port adaptors.y. SAK - GENERAL DESIGNATOR MN - B - A SERIES SEAL MATERIAL BOX TYPE LL LP LH SN SM SH MN MM MH LN LE XHF SX MX ML B E F J T K H A A M R T X SAK - G AIR OR GAS UNIT G (No Symbol for Liquids) The following kit diagrams are subsets of the main parts assembly kit. 31 GENMAN-200. It is standard on SM & SH Series monitors * . The fluid is prevented from leaking out of the flow meter body by O-rings acting as “seals”. The part numbers correlate to the model codes as follows: MN-BSB30GM-8-32V1. y.y. y.y. y. All “Seal Assembly” kits part numbers begin with “SAK”. y. the replacement parts are sold as a kit.y.SH. The remainder of the part number is derived from the model code of the meter. y.y. GENERAL DESIGNATOR - Small Vane Style NOTE: SHAFT IS INCLUDED IN SMALL SERIES (SN.y. EX.yy. The flow elements are connected to the control boxes via a shaft that rotates with changing flow rates.

MN MM MH ML MX B E* F J T K H A A M R RP RT T X G (No Symbol for Liquids) The glydring is added to this parts list for transmitting and air or gas units.yy.HOW TO ORDER A SEAL ASSEMBLY KIT: (SAK) Medium Vane Style EX. SAK The glydring is standard on all piston style monitors. y.y. grease or petroleum based fluids.y.y.y.y.y.y. It is standard on MM . y.MH. GENMAN-200.y.y. y.y.y.y.y.y.y.y.y.y. The shaft seals will have one Buna-N seal substituted for the EP o-ring for use in the "spring pocket".y. LL LP LH B E F J T K H A M R RT RP T X G (No Symbol for Liquids) SAK .y.y.y.y.y. y. EX.y.y. y.y.y.y. y.y.y.5 2/03 32 .y.y. SAK GENERAL DESIGNATOR - MN - B - R - G SERIES SEAL MATERIAL BOX TYPE AIR OR GAS CAL. y.y. (See drawing to right) Piston Style GENERAL DESIGNATOR - LL - F - T - G SERIES SEAL MATERIAL BOX TYPE AIR OR GAS CAL.yy.y. SAK ** *EPR O-Rings swell when in contact with oil. & ML Series monitors ** .y. ** MX Series with port adaptors require static seals.y.y.

y.y.y. G SERIES SEAL MATERIAL BOX TYPE AIR OR GAS CAL.y.y.XHF - B - R - The glydrings are a standard part.y. y.y. LN LE B E F J T K H A M R RP RT T X G (No Symbol for Liquids) . and is used for both liquids and gases.y. XHF B E F J T K H A M R RT RP T X G (No Symbol for Liquids) . y.yy.y.y.y.y. and is used for both liquids and gases.y.y.y.y.y.y.y.y. GENERAL DESIGNATOR SAK .y.y.y.y.HOW TO ORDER A SEAL ASSEMBLY KIT: (SAK) Large Vane Style EX. EX.y.y.y.y.y.5 2/03 . SAK - The glydrings are a standard part.y.y.y.yy. SAK XHF Vane Style 33 GENMAN-200.y.y.y. SAK GENERAL DESIGNATOR LN - B - R - G SERIES SEAL MATERIAL BOX TYPE AIR OR GAS CAL.y.y.y.

NON-REPAIRABLE MATERIAL A written notice that the material is not repairable will be provided to the customer by UFM. 1. must be received within 30 days of repair quotation. 6. No evaluation fee will be charged to repairs made under valid warranty. 2. 5. Upon acceptance of the restocking adjustment. B. This material will also be subject to an evaluation charge of $90. 3. Any meter returned that was previously in service must have the OSHA requirements completed and a MSDS included where applicable. WARRANTY RETURNS Warranty returns must be accompanied by a Purchase Order and must be shipped prepaid to UFM.00 evaluation charge will be applied to the quoted repair costs. If no repairs are authorized within this 30 day period. New and unused. unrepairable material will be scrapped and the customer will be billed the $90. REPAIRABLE MATERIAL Written authorization to proceed with the repair under the assigned Purchase Order. the $90. An RMA number will only be issued when UFM has received a copy of the completed RMA form and any applicable MSDS.00 evaluation fee plus any shipping charges if returned to the customer. The customer will be advised of any non-restockable goods and will be charged the $90. Valid warranty claims will be repaired or replaced at no charge.00 evaluation fee will be billed. A purchase order must accompany all returns to cover the cost of the repair evaluations. All returns must have a RMA form completed by the customer. the goods will be scrapped and the $90. If a UFM replacement unit is purchased within 30 days of non-repairable condition notice. UFM will review the goods and advise the customer of the evaluation and validity of the warranty claim. by the customer. By following the guidelines outlined below you will assist in providing a timely evaluation and response regarding the status of your flow meter. If no disposition to scrap or return the material is received from the customer within 30 days. Returned through the distributor where the goods were originally purchased. All materials returned without a valid warranty will be subject to the "Repairable Material" policy outlined above.00 evaluation fee will be waived. 4. the customer will be billed $90.NOTICE RETURN MATERIAL AUTHORIZATION Please read the following UFM policy information carefully. Returned to the factory within ONE YEAR of date of original shipment. If no disposition is received by UFM within 30 days. The return of non-repairable materials may be ordered by customer Purchase Order providing for shipping and handling charges. Form RMAP-100 GENMAN-200. Return shipping costs will be prepaid by UFM. Returned goods must be shipped prepaid or they will be rejected. A "Return Goods" shipping label (located in the back of the Instruction Manual) must be used for returning materials to UFM.00 and must be accompanied by a Purchase Order.00 evaluation fee will be waived and a credit issued by UFM against the assigned Purchase Order.00 evaluation charge. If the unit(s) are repaired. the $90. The customer will be advised of the restocking adjustment for all restockable goods. C. RETURN FOR RESTOCK All goods returned for restock adjustment must be: A.5 2/03 34 .00 plus shipping charges and the materials will be returned to the customer. the customer will be advised of needed repairs and associated costs. Should UFM determine the returned material is not defective under the provisions of UFM's standard warranty. the $90. UFM evaluates all AUTHORIZED RETURNED MATERIALS in a timely manner and will promptly provide notification regarding the status of the related materials and/or a written quotation indicating the total charges and description of the necessary repairs.

A Material Safety Data Sheet on the process fluid must be received by UFM when applicable.# Phone# FAX# Qty: Max Temp: Max Pressure: Specific Gravity Date Installed: Reason for return: (Please be detailed as possible. Units WILL NOT be accepted without a valid UFM Return Material Authorization Number (RMA#). Print or Type Name Signature: Title Date: Distributor Information Company Name Contact Name P.U N I V E R S A L RETURN MATERIAL AUTHORIZATION (RMA) REQUEST FORM FAX TO: UFM Repair Department (810) 398-4274 FLOW MONITORS IMPORTANT: This form must be filled out completely and faxed to UFM Repair Department prior to UFM issuing a RMA # Customer: Ship To: Product Information Model Code: Universal #: Operating Temp: Operating Pressure: Viscosity Date Purchased: Contact Name: Return P. VORTEX. prior to the RMA# being issued. I hereby certify that the material being returned has been properly flushed and cleaned of all hazardous materials and does not require any special handling. * OSHA Requirements: (to be filled out by customer) NO EXCEPTIONS!! Process Fluid: Meter must be flushed to remove all process fluids. INSITE. MENSAH 145.O.O. # Phone# INTERNAL USE ONLY Authorized by Date FAX# Document #: 1400.) Mechanical Electronics Meter leaks No signal Pointer sticks Inaccurate signal Pointer is not accurate (calibration off) Remote Readout Alarm switch does not work (MENSAH ) Digital Display Other (describe below) Signal at no flow Other (describe below) Details: Note: There will be a minimum evaluation charge of $90. TRANSMITTER. GDNL 35 GENMAN-200. OCTOPUS.00 for all units returned (excluding units covered under warranty).5 2/03 . Lack of Information may increase labor charges. MENSAH 140.8 Revision #: 2 RMA# Revision Date: 1/18/95 Approved By: Approval Date: Distribution: GENMAN. GDN.

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