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GNZS Linear Motion Shale Shaker

Hebei GN Solids Control Co., Ltd

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Hebei GN Solids Control Co., Ltd (FORMERLY KNOWN AS TANGSHAN GUANNENG
MACHINERY EQUIPMENT CO., LTD). (Brand Name: GN Solids Control)Is a China API & ISO
Certified manufacturer specializing in complete line equipment & shaker screens for:

OIL&GAS Drilling----Solids Control Equipment

HDD&CBM Drilling----Mud Recycling

Oilfield&Industrial--Drilling Waste Management

System

GN Solids Control is one of the most famous International Brand for Mud Solids Control &
Drilling Waste Management.

GN is the First API certified solids control equipment manufacturer in China.

GN Facilities total area is over 70,000 ㎡ which is close to Beijing.

GN Products have been exported to 60 countries and regions.

GN Owns a specialized facility for making shaker screens in Asian largest wire mesh
center city.

GN

Up to March,2013, GN· is the only China based API Certified manufacturer who

Owns 10 patents for the design of Solids Control Equipment.

provide Vertical Cutting Dryer for drilling waste management.
Complete Line Equipments

GN System: Design & manufacture complete line equipment for a total mud system
which ensures better integration of system and competitive price.

GN Solids Control Equipments: Shale Shaker, Mud Cleaner ,Desander ,Desilter,
Centrifuge, Agitator, Mixing Hoppers, Flare Igniter, Various Tanks, Pumps, Degassers
etc.

GN Drilling Waste Management: Vertical Cutting Dryer,HI-G Dryer Shaker, Decanter
Centrifuge,Screw Pumps etc

GN Main Spare Parts: Shaker Screens, Hydrocyclone Cones, Rig Mat

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......... 12 1..................7 GNZS Series Shale Shaker Specifications ......................................................................................................................9 Working Principle .................................................................................. 28 5........................................................................... 8 1..................................................................................................... 24 4..........................................................................8 Features ........................................................................................................................... 7 1............................................................................................................................ 7 1............................2 Safety ................... 23 4..........................1 Overview ................. 16 3........................................................................................................................2 Safety . 30 .... 13 2.......................................1 GENERAL ........com  CONTENTS    Section 1 .........................................................................................................................................5 Emergency Shutdown ..... 7 1......... 30 6.........................................http://www...... 30 6.... 16 3............................................ 15 Section 3 ....................................................7 Pool Configuration ....................................................... 19 3...............................................................................................6 Angle Adjustment ................................3 Storage and shipment.....................................3 Installation Sequence ............... 28 5........................................... 23 4................2 Sound .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 12 Section 2 ........ 26 4............................ 22 4......................................1 General ................................................................ 30 6.......................................................... .......................................... 13 2..............................1 General .............................................................................8 Screen Retention System Operation...........................2 Operating Environment .......................................... 21 Section 4-Operating Instructions.......................................................................................................................................................................... 20 3..................................6 Electric Power Connections .............................................. 19 3...........................gnsolidcontrol............................................................... 10 1.................................................................................................................................. 28 Section 6 –Vibrator Motor ....................................................................................................................................................4 Equipment Orientation ..........................................4 Site Preparation And Clearance Requirements ...........6 Major Components ......................................................................... 16 3...................................Introduction.............................................................................................Maintenance ..................................................................................11 Introduction ......................................................................................................3 Warning Label On The Equipment......................2 Routine Maintenance ....... 22 4................................................................................................................................................... 25 4...... 13 2.3 Equipment Use ..................................................................3 Screen Box Maintenance...............Safety .. 28 5..1 Description ........................5 Equipment Leveling .9 The Treated Results And Causes .......................................................................................................................................Installation ...............10 Product Support................................. 11 1..............................................7 Shaker Screen Installation And Change............ 24 4............................................................................................................................................5 Description And Operation ..2 Initial Startup........................1 Warnings ................................................................... 27 Section 5..................... 8 1............................................................................................................................................................................................. Machine Startup .......................................................................................................................................4 Normal Shutdown ......................... 16 3... 7 1.......... 11 1................................... 8 1............3 Normal Startup ..... 22 4..............................................................................

..........................................................................8 Operating Instruction .................................................................................................................5 Main Technical Specification .............................................................. 36 7............. 35 Section 7................................................................10 Material List ....................................................................... 33 6.....................Recommended Wearing Part ............1 Application ........................9 Operating Instruction .................................................1 Recommended wearing parts ................................. 40 Section 8 ................................................4 Installation.............10 Inspection ................6 Checking Before Use ......................9 Maintenance .gnsolidcontrol...........................2 Model Meaning ....................... 31 6......................................................................... 41 8...................................... 32 6............................................................... 36 7.............6 Check the shaft rotation ............................................. 46   ..................................... 38 7....................................................................................................................... 36 7................................................................................................................................................Electric Control System .............. 36 7............................................... 39 7............................................................................7 Adjustment of eccentric block ................................ 37 7.............8 First start and current inspection ......................................................................................................................................................................7 Electrical Maintainance.......................... 34 6...................................................3 Working Environment ..... 44 Section 10 – Installation Maintenance Notes ....................................................................................................................................................................... 41 Section 9........................................................ 37 7..................http://www.Quality Assurance ............................. 34 6................ 40 7............................................................................. 37 7..5 Electrical Connections ..............................................................................................com  6...............................4 Range Of Application And Purpose ............................................... 33 6..................................................................................

1 Overview This manual provides instructions for installing. Be sure this information is read and understood by all personnel. Persons responsible for transporting.Introduction 1. no additions and/or changes may be made to the equipment without the explicit written permission of GN. One copy of this manual should be available and accessible at the equipment location.2 Safety Section 2 of this manual contains relevant safety information relating to both operation and maintenance of this equipment.3 Equipment Use The GNZS shale shakers and associated components are designed expressly for removal of . DO NOT operate the equipment if defective or faulty mechanical or electrical components are detected. or performing maintenance on this equipment are required to read and understand the instructions provided in this manual. and maintaining the GN linear motion shale shaker The manual covers both theGNZS752E two-panel GNZS703Ethree-panel machines and GNZS954E four-panel machines (Figure 1-1).com  Section 1 . operating. 1. The manual is divided into several sections to assist the user in readily accessing the information. (Figure 1-1 shale shaker overview) 1. installing. operating. For maximum safety and performance.gnsolidcontrol.http://www.

The four models are structurally similar. left. references to front.com  drilling solids from drilling fluid. maintenance. The vibrator motors are attached directly to the screen frame and positioned over the screening bed to maximize the G-forces transferred to the screen surfaces.5 Description And Operation The GNZS Series shale shaker are dual-motor. linear-motion vibrating screen machines designed for fine particle separation in the oil and gas drilling . . is also offered. and safety instructions provided in this manual. the GNZS752E is two-panel machine. dual models. Screens are fixed on the screen bed by wedges . Float mounts isolate the vibratory motion of the screen frame from the support structure. A dual machine.mining and slurry separationindustry. The adjustable while drilling (AWD) mechanism is achieved by one electric motor that allows adjustment of the screen bed angle between -1°and +5°(The two-panel shaker deck angel is fixed at +2° ). Suitable notations and illustrations are used where appropriate in this manual to identify differences between the single. and the GNZS703E has three screen panels. 1. The basic machine is configured with a choice of motors and manually operated Adjustable While Drilling (AWD) feature. The dual machine has a central weir feeder with a bypass gate valve to facilitate screen panel changes. GN does not authorize any other use of this equipment.http://www. 1. consisting of twoidentical GNZS shaker fed by a common inlet feeder.gnsolidcontrol. and right are based on viewing the GNZS shale shaker from the feed end and looking toward the discharge end. high frequency.This combination of features maximizes the fluid-handling and solids-removal capabilities of the machine. 1. Intended usage of equipment includes compliance with the operating. Refer to Figure 1-2 for component locations.which is much easier to operate and improve work efficiency.4 Equipment Orientation Throughout this manual.6 Major Components The following paragraphs describe the major components and accessories of the GNZS shale shaker. rear. but differ in the number of screen panels and sizes.

com  No Description No Description 1 Shaker deck assembly 11 Control Panel 2 Flow board 12 Support assembly 3 Rubber 13 Travel switch 4 Shaker screen 14 Travel switch assembly 5 Vibrating motor 15 (left.http://www.gnsolidcontrol. right) Front Damper spring 6 Wedge 16 Motor cover 7 Feeder 17 8 Pedestal 18 9 (left. Shale shaker main components) Reduction box synchronous lifting mechanism . right) Back Damper spring 19 10 Shaker deck fixing device Electric motor AWD device (1-2.

96 4.63 2.72 2×1.14~5.35 2.gnsolidcontrol.55 2 3 4 750×900 700×1250 585×1165 1.75 Angle Adjust Motor(Kw) 140(616GPM) 2×1.1G ≤7.62 4.94 N/A Screen Qty(Pcs) Screen Size:L×W(mm) Screen Area(㎡) Adjustable G Force Vibration Amplitude(mm) 0.92~5.http://www.4~6.0G 3.34 Deck Angle Range +2° Feeding Type -1~+5°(Electric & Mechanical) Box Feeder Weir Feeder Box Feeder 710 895 1042 Weir Height(mm) EX Standard Weir Feeder Hopper Feeder 895 ExdIIBt4/IECEX/A-TEX Weight(Kg) 893 1675 1742 1722 1638 Dimension:L×W×H(mm) 1676×1689×1062 2717×1998×1428 2419×2055×1474 2937×1998×1428 Remarks: 2761×1998×1428 Low Weir Feeder Shaker GNZS703E-LW weir height 500mm is available for option. (1-3 shale shaker model and parameters) Model GNZS752EDM GNZS703EHB A B C D E F G H I ΦJ K Weir height (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) 1676 1612 266 1080 1689 1356 1288 1062 1062 24 710 2717 2362 816 1998 1720 1660 1428 1252 24 895 900 .5G ≤8.com  1.7 GNZS Series Shale Shaker Specifications Model GNZS752E-DM GNZS703E-HB GNZS703E-DZ Vibration Mode GNZS594E-HB GNZS594HGE-LD Linear Motion Capacity(m³/h) 45(200GPM) Vibration Motor(Kw) 120(528GPM) 2×0.73 ≤7.

shaker deck make linear motion movement. 1.Damper spring7.Wedge10.new structure.Tension device .gnsolidcontrol.com  GNZS703EDZ GNZS594EHB GNZS594H GE-LD 2419 2362 816 900 2055 1720 1660 1474 1474 24 1060 2937 2582 816 900 1998 1720 1660 1428 1252 24 895 2937 2582 816 900 1998 1720 1660 1428 1035 24 895 1-4 shale shaker dimensional drawing 1.9 Working Principle 1. (3)Adopt flat or pyramid screen.Buffer box 8.Shaker deck 4.sparying with severe anti –corrosion paintings to provide with good corrosion resistance. there is a worm gear device on each side of the deck. control panel3. (4) Wedged type screens for easy operation and safer protection (5) Adjusting while drilling can be achieved by electric motor. two or three are available in one shaker deck . there will be acid cleaning. some of the spare parts are changeable with international brand (2) Adopt advanced G-force motor.choose 40—200 mesh screens according to the drilling fluids property and purpose.Shaker motor Working procedure as below: .Shaker screen 9. 6.AWD device 2.http://www.8 Features 1) GN shale shaker adopt dual motors automatically simultaneous principle design. between there is a connection to keep the balance and simultaneously when adjusting.Base 5. Worm gear adjustable device . work stable for long time. Deck angle adjustment -1°~5°。 (6) After sand blasting for the surface of the deck.

3 Industry Road. then over flow to the shaker deck and shaker screen. .gnsolidscontrol. The shaker motor motivate the fluids flow from one side to the other side of the shaker. The GNZS shale shakers have been designed to perform the stated functions safely.com    SECTION 2 . While moving .http://www.SAFETY 1.com  Website: http://www..11 Introduction This section contains a summary of WARNINGS used in this manual applicable to the equipment.Langfang. Hebei GN Solids Control Co.China 065300  Tel: +86‐316‐5276989 / 5276988 / 5276990  Fax: +86‐316‐5276997 / 5276990  Email:sales@gnsolidscontrol.Dachang Chaobai River Development Area.gnsolidcontrol.the fluids will down the screen to the collection box and the cuttings are discharged at the other end of the shaker.com  The drilling fluids from mud return line of the drilling rig feed into the buffer box.10 Product Support GN Solids Control offers product support includes screen replacement / ordering information and repair / replacement parts and service for the entire product line. Refer to the following table for the parts / service center.  HQ Address: No. 1. Ltd.

gnsolidcontrol.LOCKED OUT. WARNING! ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS MUST BE MADE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE (NEC) AND ALL APPLICABLE LOCAL CODES. HEARING PROTECTION SHOULD BE WORN AT ALL TIMES WHEN WORKING ON OR NEAR GN MACHINES. LOCK OUT AND TAG OUT POWER SUPPLY TO PREVENT ACCIDENTAL APPLICATION OF POWER WHILE MAINTENANCE AND/OR ADJUSTMENTS ARE IN PROGRESS.AND TAGGED OUT PRIOR TO PERFORMING MIANTENANCE AND/OR ADJUSTMENTS WARNING! MOTOR MUST BE OPERATED AT THE DESIGNATED VOLTAGE WARNING! HIGH VOLTAGE MAY BE PRESENT. BE SURE THAT FUSED DISCONNECT SUPPLYING ELECTRIC POWER TO THIS EQUIPMENT IS OPEN.2 Sound WARNING! TO PROTECT AGAINST HEARING LOSS. Electrical Hazards WARNING!TO AVOID SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY BE SURE THAT EQUIPMENT USED-ENERGIZED. FAILURE TO COMPLY MAY RESULT IN AN UNSAFE .com  Section 2 .http://www. The safety warnings listed below are included in applicable procedures throughout this manual.1 Warnings All persons responsible for operation and maintenance of this equipment must read and understand all safety information in this manual prior to operating and/or maintaining the equipment.Safety 2. 2.

Equipment Handling WARNING! USE SPREADER BARDS TO PREVENT DAMAGE WHEN LIFTING THE EQUIPMENT. WARNING!BE SURE THAT HANDLING DEVICES HAVE SUFFICIENT LIFTING CAPACITY TO SAFELY HANDLE THE WEIGHT OF THE EQUIPMENT.ATTACH LIFTING SLING ONLY AT DESIGNATED LIFT POINTS. Operation WARNING!MOTOR HOUSING BECOMES HOT DURING OPERATION AND MAY CAUSE SEVERE BURNS. WARNING! DO NOT ATTEMPT TO OPERATE EQUIPMENT WITH SHIPPING BRACKETS INSTALLED Maintenance .http://www. ENSURE THAT ALL ELECTRICAL AND CONDUIT CONNECTIONS ARE SECURE.HANDS AND FEET CAN BE CRUSHED BY THE MOVING SCREEN FRAME.gnsolidcontrol.DO NOT TOUCH MOTOR HOUSING DURING OR IMMEDIATELY AFTER MOTOR HAS BEEN OPERATING WARNING!BE SURE THAT ALL PERSONNEL ARE CLEAR OF THE MACHINE BEFORE ADJUSTING ANGLE OF SCREEN BED. WARNING! TO ENSURE PROPER BALANCE AND ORIENTATION WHEN UNIT IS RAISED AND PREVENT DAMAGE TO COMPONENTS .com  CONDITION THAT COULD INJURE PERSONNEL AND/OR DAMAGE EQUIPMENT. WARNING! DO NOT REMOVE SHIPPING BRACKETS UNTIL EQUIPMENT HAS BEEN POSITIONED AT FINAL INSTALLATION SITE.

3 Warning Label On The Equipment .AND LOCK OUT AND TAG OUT POWER SUPPLY BEFORE PERFORMING ANY MAINTENANCE AND/OR ADJUSTMENTS OF EQUIPMENT. 2.ALWAYS OPEN FUSED DISCONNECT SUPPLYING ELECTRIC POWER TO THE EQUIPMENT .OUT OF SERVICE MOTORS MUST BE STORED INN A LOW HUMIDITY ENVIROMENT.com  WARNING! HIGH VOLTAGE MAY BE PRESENT.http://www. Storage WARNING! MOTOR MAY BE DAMAGED BY STORING IN A HIGH HUMIDITY ENVIROMENT(GREATER THAN 50% RH).gnsolidcontrol.

WARNING! TO ENSURE PROPER BALANCE AND ORIENTATION WHEN UNIT IS RAISED AND PREVENT DAMAGE TO COMPONENTS . Use of spreader bars is recommended. 3. Failure to observe proper equipment handling procedures may result in serious personal injury and/or damage to the equipment. . to the vibrator motors.Installation 3. or other non-designated portions of the unit. In particular. WARNING! USE SPREADER BARDS TO PREVENT DAMAGE WHEN LIFTING THE EQUIPMENT. 3.gnsolidcontrol.com  Section 3 .DO NOT ATTEMPT LIFTING BY ATTACHMENT TO MOTOR OR ANY OTHER LOCATION. DO NOT attempt lifting equipment by attaching slings. or similar lifting aids. operation and maintenance of this equipment. Refer to Section 2 for a summary of Warnings addressing installation.1 General This section describes the recommended installation procedure for the GNZS shale shaker.2 Safety Read and understand ALL safety information presented in this manual before installing and operating this equipment. Before beginning the installation review the Equipment Handling Procedures in this section. Lifting points are labeled “LIFT HERE ONLY”. The equipment may be shipped partially assembled to comply with shipping height restrictions. note the information concerning “lift points” and the use of spreader bars when lifting or moving the equipment.ATTACH LIFTING SLING ONLY AT DESIGNATED LIFT POINTS.http://www.3 Installation Sequence LIFTING Four lifting points (Figure 3-1) are attached to the lower outside corners of the machine to allow attachment of an overhead lifting device.

When shale shaker arrive at job site. there are four sets of shaker deck lock device. When deliver the shaker. WARNING! DO NOT REMOVE SHIPPING BRACKETS UNTIL EQUIPMENT HAS BEEN POSITIONED AT FINAL INSTALLATION SITE. composed of 2 units fixing seat and 3 units fixing bolts.gnsolidcontrol. besides the four damper springs. and finish installation the tension device can be released (Refer to Fig 3-3). the tension devices are tensioned. LIFTING HOOK  SPREADER BAR  LIFTING POINT  (Figure 3-1) TRANSPORTATION As shown in Figure 3-2. This will keep equipment stable and safe during transportation to avoid any broken on shaker.http://www. Note: When running equipments.com  WARNING!BE SURE THAT HANDLING DEVICES HAVE SUFFICIENT LIFTING CAPACITY TO SAFELY HANDLE THE WEIGHT OF THE EQUIPMENT. When we release it must keep the fixing seat and bolts well to ensure every handling of the shaker will be stable and safe. the shipping brackets must be uninstalled .

and even more. The shale shaker can be designed as tandem shaker. uninstall. make it at proper position and according to installation hole with sign of 4-Φ24 ( Refer to Fig 3-4 ).http://www. the electric system will be 380V/50Hz.gnsolidcontrol. “OFF” and have certain color for identification. user only need to connect and fix it 2. The vibration motor and magnetic starter can be customized according to clients’ requirement 3.Shale shaker can be installed on even operation plate. do related position fixing on all aspects to make installation. But should make suitable connections and related pipes Fig 3-4 Installation hole STORAGE . 4.Connect electric power to shale shaker magnetic starter. we’ll provide installation and fixture.com  Fig 3-2 The tension bolt in tensioning Fig 3-3. When shale shaker arrives at job site. Make fixture. If along with system. Usually. The tension bolts released INSTALLATION 1.There is button signed “ON”.

Confirm that mounting structure is properly positioned and adequate to support the weight of the GNZS shale shaker 3. Fig3-5 3. Also ensure that clearances around the equipment are adequate. If unit is stored outdoors. and attach to unit. verify that electricity and water are available at the installation site and that feed and discharge lines are provided.4 Site Preparation And Clearance Requirements Prior to placement of equipment. use a UV.5 Equipment Leveling To ensure even distribution of feed slurry across the screen panels. Seal operating and maintenance manual in plastic.http://www. Install vents when using shrink-wrap. Figure 3-5 shows minimum clearances on all sides of machine(s). 3. or UV-resistant shrink-wrap.Provide adequate clearances on all four sides of machine and/or multi-machine installations. Prepare the installation site as follows: 1. the GNZS Shale Shaker must be properly leveled. it should be covered with a tarpaulin (tarp). Leveling along the length and width of the unit .gnsolidcontrol.resistant tarp.com  If the machine will not be installed immediately. 2.Verify that electric power supply at the site agrees with electric power requirements of the equipment.

6 Electric Power Connections Remove the cover from the input power box. The vibrator motors are three-phase. Motor power requirement can be seen on the name plate. Fig3-6 control panel wire connection 1. and connect the facility electricalpower supply to the junction box in accordance with Figure 3-6 and wiring schematic in Section 8. For motor power requirements. 2.com  3.http://www. WARNING!VIBRATOR MOTOR MUST BE OPERATED AT THE DESIGNATED SUPPLY VOLTAGE . 50 or 60 Hz motor. Open the lid of the control cabinet and connected to the power supply on site. Motors must be operated according to the designed voltage. refer to the label on the motor data plate. Vibration motor is three-phase. The motors are not dual wound and must be operated at the design voltage. 50 or 60 Hz.gnsolidcontrol.

BE SURE FUSED DISCONNECT SUPPLYING ELECTRICAL POWER TO THIS EQUIPMENT IS OPEN.7 Shaker Screen Installation And Change. MACHINE STARTUP Refer to Section 4 for initial startup and operating procedures for the GNZS shale shaker. 3. The screens are fixed with wedge. .com  WARNING! HIGH VOLTAGE MAY BE PRESENT. Installation of screen panels for the first time is described in the following procedure. LOCK OUT AND TAG OUT POWER SUPPLY TO PREVENT ACCIDENTAL APPLICATION OF POWER WHILE MAKING ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS.gnsolidcontrol. Machine Startup SCREEN PANEL INSTALLATION The GNZS shale shaker is shipped with screen installed.http://www.. remove all packing and shipping materials from the bed of the screen frame.Prior to installing screen panels. ENSURE THAT ALL ELECTRICAL AND CONDUIT CONNECTIONS ARE SECURE. FAILURE TO COMPLY MAY RESULT IN AN UNSAFE CONDITION THAT COULD INJURE PERSONNEL OR DAMAGE EQUIPMENT. WARNING! ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS MUST BE MADE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE (NEC) AND ALL APPLICABLE LOCAL CODES.

normal shutdown.1 GENERAL This section includes initial and normal startup.ATTACH LIFTING SLING ONLY AT DESIGNATED LIFT POINTS. WARNING!BE SURE THAT HANDLING DEVICES HAVE SUFFICIENT LIFTING CAPACITY TO SAFELY HANDLE THE WEIGHT OF THE EQUIPMENT. WARNING! DO NOT REMOVE SHIPPING BRACKETS UNTIL EQUIPMENT HAS BEEN POSITIONED AT FINAL INSTALLATION SITE.gnsolidcontrol.com  Section 4-Operating Instructions 4. follow the below procedures. WARNING! TO ENSURE PROPER BALANCE AND ORIENTATION WHEN UNIT IS RAISED AND PREVENT DAMAGE TO COMPONENTS . WARNING! DO NOT REMOVE SHIPPING BRACKETS UNTIL EQUIPMENT HAS BEEN POSITIONED AT FINAL INSTALLATION SITE. Operating procedures are also included adjustable while drilling (AWD). WARNING!KEEP AWAY FROM THE EQUIPMENT WHEN STARTING 4.replace spare parts or moving the . and screen panel tensioning system.2 Initial Startup For the initial startup. and emergency shutdown procedures for the GNZS shale shaker. WARNING!DO NOT ATTEMPT TO RUN THE MACHINE BEFORE TAKING OFF THE SHIPPING BRACKET OPERATING SAFETY WARNING! USE SPREADER BARDS TO PREVENT DAMAGE WHEN LIFTING THE EQUIPMENT.http://www.

such as cleaning.4 Normal Shutdown The normal shutdown procedure is used for controlled stopping of operation. Normal shutdown Step Procedure 1 Divert or discontinue flow of material to GNZS shaker 2 Allow liquid to discharge from screen frame 3 Using water to wash the screen panel and edges of screen panel 4 Press Stop button to stop vibrator motor. inspection. disconnect supply electric power to the machine 5 Lock out and tag out machine . giving special attention to bed of screen frame 4 Check that services and utilities are available at the installation site 5 Verify that screen panels have been installed properly 6 Start the GNZS shaker in accordance with Normal startup procedure below 4. Initial startup Step Procedure 1 Confirm that all operators and maintenance personnel have read and understand all operating and safety information in Section 2 --Safety 2 Verify that equipment has been installed properly 3 Check that all tools .documents.com  equipments should also follow the instructions. adjustment. Allow motors to reach operating temperature (about 5 minutes) 4 The drilling fluids flow in 5 Observe pool configuration that forms on bed of screen frame. or screen panel replacement. and shipping brackets have been removed and there are no obstructions to operation.3 Normal Startup Normal startup Step Procedure 1 Verify that all personnel are clear of the GNZS shaker before applying electric power to equipment 2 Apply power to GNZS shaker 3 Press START button and apply electric power to the vibrator motors.gnsolidcontrol.http://www. lubrication. and adjust the AWD as required to achieve desired pooling on screen panels 4.

travelling square tube. lead screw device. choose the .6 Angle Adjustment Due to below reasons may need to adjust the deck to different angle 1. The shaker deck angle adjusting device is composed of electric motor.IMMDIATELY SHUTDOWN ELECTRIC POWER TO THE EQUIPMENT 4. and control panel which allows the shaker deck to be adjusted by electric motor. shaker deck angel increases when spin clockwise and decreases when spin anticlockwise.http://www. 2. reduction box. travelling switch support. The deck angle is -1°to +5°,rated working angle is 0 to 3°。 3. As in the Fig.com  4. Feeding capacity 4. travelling switch. Drilling mud type 5. shut down the electric power WARNING!IN CASE OF ANY DANGER TO PERSNNEL. 4-2. The size of the particles 2.gnsolidcontrol. Shaker screen mesh Fig 4-1 INSTRUCION ON SHAKER DECK ANGEL ADJUSTMENT 1. steer square tube. The shaker deck is normally set at 0 °when leaving GN factory except GNZSE-DM shaker.5 Emergency Shutdown In case of emergency or other danger to personnel. Operation:When the electric control panel is charged with electricity. Shaker screen type 6. The density of the drilling fluids 3.

It is hard to set the deck angle at one time .explosion-proof motor 2. Start the motor. up Down  1. When the travelling squire tube increase or decrease to a limited position. screw lift 4.http://www.com  corresponding up and down button.it needs the operation personnel adjusting several times according to the flow of the mud .travel switch support assembly 8.7 Pool Configuration A better pool configuration can maximize the screen area and such achieve better result.travel switch 7.guide tube assembly 5. The lead screw lift the travelling square tube up or down. the motor speed is decelerated by reduction box and screw lift to get ideal speed. The operator can adjust the deck angle according to the mud property and flow capacity.travelling square tube assembly 6. refer to Fig4-3 .gnsolidcontrol.explosion-proof electric control cabinet Fig4-2 4. the travelling square tube assembly touch the travelling switch and the motor will shut off for protection.The best pool configuration is when the mud covers the first and second shaker screen. 3.reduction box.

wedge. make two sides identical. GNZS designed fast installation structure. you should inspect the screen dimension. Refer to Fig4-3. . After fixed rubber strip. The first time screen installation. shelve strip from shaker back (drilling fluid input).8 Screen Retention System Operation To make screen installation and uninstall more easily. Tension each screens subsequently.gnsolidcontrol.The structure including shelve strip. then put screen. The structure is a special type use tension wedge to fix screen.com  Fig 4-3 4. and push wedge evenly on two sides use hammer to push or tension wedges.http://www.

the tension wedge may appear loose.com  1. Performance Cause Feeding material is too wet Feeding particles are too fine The cuttings are too wet Feeding material are too complex The screens are blocked The recycled fluids The feeding material is too fine contain too many The screens are broken cuttings The screens holes are too big The listed above are ordinary performance. During operation. there may be other special situations and causes. then put new screen on shaker deck and tension it steadily.http://www.gnsolidcontrol.9 The Treated Results And Causes The listed below are some possible results. check if rubber strips are sufficient. and deck angel. we can achieve better performance.Screen 4. when screens broken or need to be replaced.Wedge Fig 4-3 Shaker screen replacement. Shaker deck2. The replacement is finished Note: During shaker operation. Rubber 3. screenmesh. get wedge out. please refer to Fig 4-5. but by changing the feeding capacity. operator should inspect shaker screen frequently and push or tense the wedge by hammer 4. . then bring out screen.pls contact GN for more solutions.

inspection. Deposit in sand each shift discharge box and buffer box would reduce the treating capacity. Check the electric cabinet. Following is a recommended maintenance program: Routine Maintenance Maintenance Contents Weekly Check and clean the dirt on the vibration motor casing. obvious damaged. Flush screen frame. Routine inspection is mainly to ensure the normal operation of the equipment and to prolong its service life. If any crack or obvious damage occurs.1 General These sections include routine maintenance. screen surface and the inside of sand discharge box with clean water. the shaker deck is vibrating regularly. there should be an idle running each shift for 5-10 minutes. each shift Check the shaker motor fixed bolt. each shift Each time.replacing the spare parts and so on. Screen Box Maintenance Records Maintenance Cycle Check the decrement and resilience value of damper spring is balanced.3 Screen Box Maintenance Shaker deckincludes pedestal. each shift Thendispatchelectricians or professional person to open electric cabinet for repair. 5. motor vibration bear. each shift Check if there is any wear on lead-in cable or it’s buried or crowded etc. .http://www. Detailed maintenance requirements shown in the chart below.2 Routine Maintenance Routine maintenance mainly includes routine inspection and cleaning. screen fixing and supporting parts. A maintenance log can help realize daily maintenance and adjust and modify maintenance content at the same time. 5. if any trouble. before stopping shale shaker. the Monthly or replace if damper spring should be replaced immediately. replacing the screen. Check if there is any deposit after each procedure. When running normally.com  Section 5. turn off electrical power first.Maintenance 5.gnsolidcontrol. Programs listed in this section are only for reference and can be adjusted by users according to experience. tension those released.

if any damaged.http://www. if tensioned not complying Reverse side for each with the requirement. checked or replaced Refer to Section Six for vibration motor inspection . replace immediately. Check whether the screen is tensioned and attached closely Each shift to the bed of screen.com  Check if there is any damage of all rubber strips on the Each shift screen back side. Damaged screen should be replaced Reverse side for each immediately. which may cut short shaker deck and screen should be vibration motor lifetime. screen should be checked or replaced Check the screen tension device.gnsolidcontrol.

com  Section 6 –Vibrator Motor 6. remove bearings. Admitted environmental temperature to ensure the indicated performance -20°C ~ +40°C. h. g. Service type: S1(continuous). Insulation class: F. wash them. Explosion proof symbol: Ex dⅡBT4 Gb b. 6. Altitude:no higher than 1000m.http://www. If damage has occurred. Customized f. Store vibrator in an ambient temperature not less than 41°F (5°C) with a relative humidity not more than 60%. report damage to delivery . If the vibrator has been stored for 2 or more years. and repack them with new grease。 1.gnsolidcontrol.2 Operating Environment a.1 Description GENERAL: 1 Vibrator body 2 Terminal3 Cable gland4 Bearing holder flange Stator 6 Rotor shaft7 Weights 8 Bearing 6. Protection mode: IP65 or IP66. d. c. Frequency:50 Hz or customized e. Inspect container for damage. Rating voltage: 220V ~460V.3 Storage and shipment.

paint. (This will minimize internal stress to vibrator casting when tightening mount bolts. Tighten bolts in order given in Fig 3 to avoid damaging vibrator casting. 0. Welding in the area of the mounting surface could affect flatness. Tighten if necessary Table I. turn off and lock out/tag out all energy sources to mounting structure according to ANSI standards。 b. Make sure mounting surface is strong and flat. c. compression washers. (Contact fastener manufacturer for specific information regarding bolt torque. Remove vibrator from container. check bolt torque.4 Installation a. Fig 3 Mounting Bolt Tightening Sequence g. 2 Mounting surface d.Make sure mounting surface and vibrator are clean and free of debris. e. 6.gnsolidcontrol. 2. 2. If using a cutting torch or welding.com  service and fill out delivery service’s claim form. After the vibrator has been operated for 10 to 20 minutes.25 mm acros vibrator feet. apply thread sealing compound to all bolts.). Fig. test atmosphere for gas level or dust content. Install vibrator onto mount with new lock nuts. Before installing vibrator. and bolts according to Table I. and oxidation.) see Fig. Mounting Bolts and Torque Requirements Bolt Size Dry Torque(kgm) M16 M20 19 38 . f.http://www. Before installing vibrator onto mount.

complete installation of wiring in accordance with table Ⅱ Table Ⅱ Cable out-diameter Frame SIZE50D SIZE60D、63D、70D SIZE76、75D、80D、70L Cable section 4-2. Remove terminal board cover.5 4-4.http://www. Trim conductors and strip insulation approximately 8mm.5 Electrical Connections a. See Fig 5. terminal board cover gasket. Fig 4 Wiring Connection Diagrams Install wire connector between the two flat washers.com  M22 M24 M30 56 71 6.gnsolidcontrol. .Use closed-loop wire connectors only.5-5 4-5 b.0 Wire connector 2. Wire vibrator according to wiring diagram inside terminal box or see Fig 4. Install cord so that cord jacket extends into wiring compartment approximately 25mm. Install elbow or conduit fitting as appropriate.0 4-6.

move mass to higher setting. Turn off and lock out/tag out energy source to vibrator according to ANSI standards.gnsolidcontrol. Remove cover. e. NOTE: SIZE70L flameproof electric vibrators can’t adjust force. To produce more force. 6. Set both sets of weights to same . g. When set. To reverse rotation of three-phase vibrator. Rotate adjustable eccentric mass to proper setting. Repeat steps 2 through 5 for second set of weights. tighten cap screw or nut according to Table II. then stop Observe direction of vibrator rotation.http://www. f. a.7 Adjustment of eccentric block WARNING !Before adjusting eccentric force. If vibrator is not rotating in correct direction. Replace cover. Check O-rings for damage. Installing Wire Connector 6. c. Checking Shaft Rotation Remove one cover Start vibrator(s) only for a few seconds. b. reverse any two of the three power supply wires e. d. turn off and lock out/tag out energy source to vibrator. c. lock out/tag out energy source and reverse rotation. Replace covers. b.6 Check the shaft rotation a. Replace if damaged. Loosen nut or screw so adjustable mass will rotate around shaft. d.com  Fig 5. taking care not to pinch O-ring.

vibrator can be damaged. make sure mounting bolts are tight and mount welds are not damaged. Fig 6 Setting Sets of Masses to Mirror Images 6.com  setting number so they are mirror images. b. Inspect the cable. check each line current. ensure that mounting bolts are correctly installed. or contact OLI for assistance. Before operating.http://www. d. c. See determine whether noise exceeds safe limits. crushing. Check decibel level of vibrator noise during operation.gnsolidcontrol. check line current again to ensure line current does not exceed nameplate rating. if any bearing daily temperature increase (temperature increase . hold down. After a few hours of operation. If phase voltages are correct (± 10% of nameplate rating) and balanced. d. If reading is higher than nameplate rating. every 2000 working hours user should makeup LGHP2 lubricate grease once. 6. If required. Clean dust on shell regularly b. The vibration motor should be under good lubrication during operation: Motors before fixed on shaker. the temperature range is -40 ~ 200℃ During running. wear ear protection to avoid impairment or loss of hearing. Otherwise. After making adjustments. After first 8 hours of use and periodically thereafter. the bearing is filled with SKF specific lubricate grease. If vibrator makes unusual or excessive noise. must check the bolts to confirm whether there is loose or not.9 Maintenance a. 5. etc. we must screw bolts tight before running shaker c. Every bearing can not be filled over 25. lose power supply disconnect switch and allow vibrator(s) to operate. CAUTION ! If vibrator is operated continuously with line current above nameplate rating.8g During 2000 hours. recheck wiring.8 First start and current inspection a. as shown in Fig 6. whether there is wear. check for correct phase voltage ensuring that it is correct and balanced. check mounting bolt torque and tighten if necessary.

Such as.8g. to inspect. usually we’ll use oil cup to close oil hole e. Before adding new lubrication grease we should clean the input hole.gnsolidcontrol. Usually. Turn off and lock out/tag out energy source to vibrator according to ANSI standards. cable and wire connection seasonally as below. e. d. At this time. Replace if damaged. If there is any break off or uncommon noise. Inspect ground connection. get resistance is not larger than 0. In principle. every half one month test on bearing temperature increase is requested) 10° than common situation. when motor is turned off under hot status. Make sure resistance from ground connection to vibrator enclosure does not exceed 0. c. If two motors are not running in-phase we need to stop the motors and get rid of problems then turn it on again for operation ③ When motor is under cold status. bearing daily temperature increase every 10°. every bearing lubrication grease makeup should be less than 25. whether this is any problem. Use 500V Ω gauge. we need to inspect motor rotary unit on insulation.http://www. we must use LGHP2 grade high temperature lubrication grease. This means the lubrication isn’t sufficient. If we operate the shale shaker after long time off status. lubrication period and make up quantity should be decreased once To make sure bearing operated well. lubrication period will be deducted half of usual quantity (1000 hours) while lubrication grease make up should be less than 12. Ensure screw on ground terminal is tightened to proper torque.5MSZ. WARNING: a. we can run the shaker Notice: ① If the motor doesn’t run at all. every 2000hours.9g. Do not over tighten. should not be started 5 times continuously.com  means motor shell actual one deduct environment temperature. Inspect cable for damage including cuts and abrasions. the restart can not be over 3 times continuously 6.1 ohm. Commonly. the lubrication schedule and lubrication grease make up quantity should be decreased properly. we must shut off the power immediately to avoid motor broken ② After starting motor. Make sure all nuts on connections on terminal block are tightened to proper torque.10 Inspection Check the vibrator. bearing will have natural temperature increase by 1-2℃ just after lubricating or second lubrication To avoid dust fall into oil input hole. Check mounting bolt torque . or wear bearing. b.

Electric Control System 7.gnsolidcontrol.http://www.Insulation Grade:Grade 3 I.Not prominent shaking place f.1 Application BXM(D)51 Explosion proof distribution box can be working in area 1 and area 2.com  Section 7. d.3 Working Environment a. 7.Height: ≤ 2000m.Installation category:II .Environment Temperature: -20℃ to +40℃. No gas or steam which may damage insulating g.Pressure :80KP to110KP;Oxygen Content: 21% c.Relative Humidity: ≤95%.2 Model Meaning BX M (D) 51 -2 / K 16 Main Current Main Switch Sub Branch No. It is used on power distribution and circuit switch on/off on 460V voltage or bellow and has protect over load and short circuit applications. Design No. b. M: Light D: Power EX Distribution Box 7. e.

4. 32 1. 40. 220/380V voltage.short circuit protection.6 Checking Before Use a. on/off connection c. control press-button. . 10. AC 50/60Hz. 25.http://www. stop motors if 2 motors not working synchronous.Machine can be used only if resistance larger than 0. Warning: 1.gnsolidcontrol. It contains over load protection. 63 Ex-mark II 2 GD Ex d IIB T4 Gb Ex T4 T135℃ Db IP65 Rated Voltage 460V or bellow 7. 4. Stop motor if motor don’t rotate after connected power 2. 20.operating mechanism.5 Main Technical Specification Model Main Rated Cuntent Sub Branch No. 8. 50. Area 20-22 explosive dust. 6.Check 3 phase power connection before start b. 7. Don’t continuous start 5 times when motor in cold condition. 6. T1-T4 explosive gases. don’t continuous start 3 times when motor in warm condition. please check insulation test on motor by 500V tramegger. 3. ≤100A BXM(D)51 ≤250A Ex Model BXM(D)51 2. Check motors noise .Check if control panel install steable d. 10.Check switch. 16.com  7. 16. 6. 2. 4. IIB.4 Range Of Application And Purpose This distribution box will be used in Area 1 and area 2. 20.If machine stop a long time and re-use.5 megohm. 10. 12 Sub Branch Rated Current(A) 1. 25. 32. 2.

B.Stop power before open control panel C.Electrical drawing is pasted in control panel D.Please keep sure electric clearance not lower than 6mm and creep distance not lower than 12. Checking regularly 1.7 Electrical Maintainance A.Electrical maintainance has to be operated by professional people. Choose metal parts material when replacing and keep sure same antiseptic property G.Check electrical performance 3.com  7.http://www. F.Check appearance and tidy.5mm E.Replace new parts if found rubber packing washer/ring damage or ageing. Polish by gauze and paint by antirust paint 2.gnsolidcontrol.Suggest maintain every 3 month and repair every 12 months .

gnsolidcontrol.com  7.http://www.8 Operating Instruction Emergency  Stop  Voltmeter  1 、 Power  Switch  Stop  Indicator  Light  Operation  Indicator  Light  Adjust  Shaker  Deck  Angle  Down  Power On  Power Off  1、Power On 2、Check voltmeter to show correct voltage 3、Press button ON 4、Press shaker deck adjust “Up” or “Down” depending on performance 5、Press “Stop” to stop equipments 6、Press “Power Off” Adjust  Shaker  Deck Angle Up  .

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NAME PART NUMBER QTY UNIT NOTE as request on the quantity 1、 shaker screen GNZS703E-01-03 3 ea and mesh number thickness: 40mm as request on the quantity 2、 shaker screen GNZS752E-01-03 2 ea and mesh number thickness: 28mm 3、 wedge GNZS703E-01-04 10 ea 4、 horizontal rubber strip GNZS703E-01-02-01 12 ea 5、 lengthways rubber strip GNZS703E-01-02-02 12 ea 6、 horizontal rubber strip GNZS752E-01-02-01 8 ea 7、 lengthways rubber strip GNZS752E-01-02-02 8 ea 8、 back damper spring GNZS594E-05-01 2 ea 9、 front damper spring GNZS594E-03-01 2 ea .com  Section 8 .http://www. NAME PART NUMBER QTY UNIT NOTE as request on the quantity 1、 shaker screen GNZS703E-01-03 3 ea and mesh number thickness: 40mm 2、 horizontal rubber strip GNZS703E-01-02-01 12 ea 3、 lengthways rubber strip GNZS703E-01-02-02 12 ea 4、 wedge GNZS703E-01-04 6 ea 5、 back damper spring GNZS594E-05-01 2 ea 6、 front damper spring GNZS594E-03-01 2 ea GNZS594E-06-03 1 ea GNZS594E-05-03 1 ea GNZS594E-04-03 1 ea GNZS594E-03-03 1 ea GNZS594E-03-02 2 ea GNZS594E-05-02 2 ea 7、 8、 9、 10、 11、 12、 right back top spring bushing left back top spring bushing rignt front top spring bushing left front top spring bushing front down spring bushing back down spring bushing Linear Motion Shale Shaker GNZS705E NO.1 Recommended wearing parts Linear Motion Shale Shaker GNZS703E NO.gnsolidcontrol.Recommended Wearing Part 8.

NAME PART NUMBER QTY UNIT NOTE as request on the quantity 1、 shaker screen GNZS594E-01-03 4 ea and mesh number thickness: 40mm 2、 wedge GNZS703E-01-04 8 ea 3、 horizontal rubber strip GNZS594E-01-02-01 16 ea 4、 lengthways rubber strip GNZS594E-01-02-02 18 ea 5、 back damper spring GNZS594E-05-01 2 ea 6、 front damper spring GNZS594E-03-01 2 ea GNZS594E-06-03 1 ea GNZS594E-05-03 1 ea GNZS594E-04-03 1 ea GNZS594E-03-03 1 ea GNZS594E-03-02 2 ea GNZS594E-05-02 2 ea 7、 8、 9、 10、 11、 12、 right back spring bushing left back top spring bushing rignt front top spring bushing left front up spring bushing front down spring bushing back down spring bushing Linear Motion Shale Shaker GNZS752E NO.http://www.gnsolidcontrol. NAME PART NUMBER QTY UNIT NOTE as request on the quantity and 1、 shaker screen GNZS752E-01-03 2 ea mesh number thickness: 28mm 2、 wedge GNZS703E-01-04 4 ea 3、 horizontal rubber strip GNZS752E-01-02-01 8 ea 4、 lengthways rubber strip GNZS752E-01-02-02 8 ea 5、 Spring top bushing GNZS752E-03-03 4 ea .com  10、 11、 12、 13、 14、 15、 right back spring bushing left back top spring bushing rignt front top spring bushing left front up spring bushing front down spring bushing back down spring bushing GNZS594E-06-03 1 ea GNZS594E-05-03 1 ea GNZS594E-04-03 1 ea GNZS594E-03-03 1 ea GNZS594E-03-02 2 ea GNZS594E-05-02 2 ea Linear Motion Shale Shaker GNZS594E NO.

http://www.com  6、 Spring bottom bushing GNZS752E-03-02 4 ea 7、 back damper spring GNZS752E-04-01 2 ea 8、 front damper spring GNZS752E-03-01 2 ea Linear Motion Shale Shaker GNZS753E NO. NAME PART NUMBER QTY UNIT NOTE as request on the 1、 shaker screen GNZS752E-01-03 2 ea quantity and mesh number thickness: 28mm as request on the 2、 shaker screen GNZS703E-01-03 1 ea quantity and mesh number thickness: 40mm 3、 wedge GNZS703E-01-04 8 ea 4、 horizontal rubber strip GNZS752E-01-02-01 8 ea 5、 lengthways rubber strip GNZS752E-01-02-02 8 ea 6、 horizontal rubber strip GNZS753E-01-07-01 4 ea 7、 lengthways rubber strip GNZS753E-01-07-02 4 ea 8、 Spring top bushing GNZS752E-03-03 4 ea 9、 Spring bottom bushing GNZS752E-03-02 4 ea 10、 back damper spring GNZS752E-04-01 2 ea 11、 front damper spring GNZS752E-03-01 2 ea .gnsolidcontrol.

misuse. and shale shaker which is lack of maintenance will not suit for this assurance. Ltd. GN Solids Control doesn’t detect the buyer pre-installing shale shaker on spot. including abuse. using and replacing authorized wearing parts are allowed during the warranty period. is taken responsibility by original manufacturer. GN Solids Control will be responsible for problems caused by quality of production or raw material except the wearing spare parts of the equipment and problems caused by incorrect man-made operation. Equipment damage caused by repairing arbitrarily without getting authorization from GN Solids Control or using parts without GN Solids Control’s authorization. b. Besides. and all implied warrant including but not limited. Quality assurance of products.http://www. d. 7. they should inform GN Solids Control on paper and the later is responsible for replacement of product or parts. misapplication and improper installation. any assurance of merchantability and applicability for a particular purpose. f. the warranty of GN shale shaker is 14 months after delivery or 12 months after commissioning whichever comes first. Above assurance implies“Shale Shaker Assurance” which is only for the buyer. 2. 5. Breakdown caused by chemical erosion or friction loss. 8. In warranty period. GN will offer instructions of GN shale shaker operation. responsibility and/ or cost about GN shale shaker brought in by related departments or complying other laws and regulations. Breakdown caused exceeding product warranty period. Any actions. misapplication and improper maintenance. and assurance resulted from related action or commercial convention. 3. does declare that shale shaker assurance only guarantee the buyers’ right. it is made an agreement that the buyer undertake risks. GN Solids Control. non-infringement assurance. if the buyer finds defects in product material or manufacturing process. If technical service personnel who are not authorized by GN Solids Control repair and maintain GN shale shaker arbitrarily. doesn’t assure for any approvals and authentications for GN shale shaker issued by related management departments for any purpose. 4.Quality Assurance 1. As for cost beyond repairing or replacing defect parts. thus . According to the assurance. e. which GN Solids Control doesn’t do any change and sells to buyers directly. Equipment damage caused by accidents in transit. misuse. GN Solids Control doesn’t assure it expressly or impliedly. Ltd. GN Solids Control. a. According to the terms. and reject any other express guarantees whatever is oral or written ones or commitment or description or occurred because of samples. c. Breakdown caused by abuse.com  Section 9. maintenance and inspection.. all consequences caused by their action are not suitable for this assurance. 6. Situations below are not suitable for GN Solids Control assurance. The buyer does promise to estimate the quality of shale shaker and confirm that GN shale shakers meet buyer’s operation requirements including processing application and the buyer knows how to evaluate and select installation site for GN shale shaker and is aware of operation approach of GN shale shaker.gnsolidcontrol.In warranty period.. Simultaneously.

gnsolidcontrol. .com  GN doesn’t do any assurance to the installation of the shale shaker. The buyer should guarantee that enterprises and individuals that rent or lease GN shale shaker know all the assurance contents and exceptions above.http://www.

gnsolidcontrol. Each entry in the log should be dated forfuture reference and tracking. the log will be useful for altering maintenance intervals and intercepting trends that mayindicate the need for changing operating procedures. .http://www. If properlykept.com  Section 10 – Installation Maintenance Notes This should be used by operating and maintenance personnel to record historical Information gathered during the installation and operation of GN equipment. If required. additional pages may be added to the log by copying ablank page or simply inserting ruled paper at the rear of the section.

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