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TABLE OF CONTENT

A) EQUIPMENT MECHANICAL MANUAL
Part I General Engineering Data
A1-1
A1-2
A1-3
A1-4
A1-5

Differential Pressure Meter Datasheet
Disc Check Valve Datasheet
High Flow Valves Datasheet
Pressure Control Valve Datasheet
Stainless Steel Ball Valve Datasheet

Part II Technical Data
NIL

Part III Drawings
A3-1
A3-2
A3-3
A3-4
A3-5
A3-6
A3-7
A3-8
A3-9
A3-10

Plan and Elevation Drawing
P&ID Drawing
Interfacing Details Drawing
Foundation Drawing
Electrical Drawing
LCP External Drawing
LCP Internal Drawing
Dosing System Frame Drawing
Static Mixer Drawing
CO2 Tank Legend

Part IV Spare Parts
NIL

B) EQUIPMENT OPERATING & MAINTENANCE MANUAL
B1
B2
B3
B4

Actuator
Ball Valve
Control Valve Operating Instruction
Differential Pressure Meter

C) PROGRAMMABLE SYSTEM MANUAL
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FINAL DOCUMENTATION SALALAH INDEPENDENT WATER AND POWER PLANT PROJECT D) INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION MANUAL D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 CO2 Tank Installation Manual Dosing System Installation Manual Flowmeter Installation Manual Static Mixer Installation Manual Vaporiser Installation Manual E) QUALITY RECORD MANUAL E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6 E7 E8 E9 Inspection Test Plan Quality Control Plan FAT Documents English Translation Application for Inspection (Dosing System) Static Mixer Conformance Certificate Static Mixer Test Certificate Welding Certificate Name Plates .

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FINAL DOCUMENTATION SALALAH INDEPENDENT WATER AND POWER PLANT PROJECT SECTION A EQUIPMENT MECHANICAL MANUAL .

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FINAL DOCUMENTATION SALALAH INDEPENDENT WATER AND POWER PLANT PROJECT SECTION A Part I General Engineering Data .

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FINAL DOCUMENTATION SALALAH INDEPENDENT WATER AND POWER PLANT PROJECT A1-1 Differential Pressure Meter Datasheet .

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Flow rate measurement When used in combination with an orifice plate assembly (Type 90 Orifice Flange)... Remote transmission of all relevant Media 6 data is possible using the Media MTM 32 hardware and the Media MTM 98 software. for cryogenic. vapors and liquids (differential pressure method). 1 · Media 6 • Easy configuration using TROVIS-VIEW software • Overloadable on one side up to the permissible static pressure.g.Differential Pressure Meters Media 6 Media 6 Z Application Microprocessor-controlled transmitter for measuring and indicating the differential pressure or measured variables derived from it · Suitable for gases or liquids · Measuring ranges from 0.. but for hazardous areas · Input circuit with type of protection II 2 G EEx ia IIC T6 – Directly connectable valve block with test connection to check the tank pressure and with connection for pressure switch Only with Media 6 Z Associated Information Sheet T 9500 EN Edition July 2006 Data Sheet T 9527 EN . the tank content (function of hydrostatic pressure. and vapors • Microprocessor-controlled transmitter with RS-232 interface for configuration and programming on site • Two adjustable software limit switches • Gas selection by switch • Programming via memory pen • Digital display (LCD) for temperatures down to –40 °C with 100 % bar graph as well as alarm and warning markers • Zero point and span adjustment activated via key without influencing each other • Two-wire connection for 4 to 20 mA signal 1) Fig. supply voltage 12 to 36 V DC. Special features • Suitable for liquids.. tank geometry data and liquid density of the stored gas) is converted into a 4 to 20 mA signal. limit values can be monitored and indicated. in particular. the Media 6 devices can be used for continuous flow measurement or counting the flow rate1) of gases. The tank data can be transmitted via a phone line or GSM to a remote PC. gases. SAMSON Type 5024-1) for the electric power supply or the Media MTM 32 hardware for remote data transmission. consisting of: LCD ø 90 mm with 100 % bar graph and blinking alarm and warning markers · Two software limit switches or one software limit switch acc. Additionally.3600 mbar · PN 50 Scope of application – Liquid level measurements in pressure vessels. to NAMUR and a pulse output 1) · dp cell made of CW617N (brass) or stainless steel · Free of oil and grease for oxygen · Measuring ranges from 100 to 3600 mbar · ECO measuring diaphragm · Zero point and span adjustment activated via key · Process connections G 3/8 A · RS-232 interface Media 6 optionally available with: – Version as above.100 to 0. which is proportional to the tank content and displayed on a LCD in the selected unit of measure. indicating unit with burst protection • Field unit with degree of protection IP 65 • Digital display can be switched on or off by a switch 1) • Eight-figure counting flow rate reading • Pulse output proportional to quantity for external meter 1) Versions Media 6 with LCD · Transmitter with digital display · Two-wire connection · Output signal 4 to 20 mA. where they are analyzed. liquefied gases – Differential pressure measurements between the flow pipe and return flow pipe – Pressure drop measurements in valves and filters – Flow rate measurement according to the differential pressure method Liquid level measurement When used in combination with an appropriate power supply unit (e.

Principle of operation (Fig. 3)
The measuring device consists of a dp cell (1) with a measuring
diaphragm (1.1), range springs (1.2) designed to match the
span, and the indicating unit (7) with LCD.
The differential pressure $p= p1 – p2 causes a shift in the axis
(1.5) of the measuring diaphragm (1.1) supported by the range
springs (1.2). The change in travel, which is proportional to the
differential pressure, is transmitted by a lever (1.3) and the
flexible disk (1.4) out of the pressure chamber to the displacement sensor (2). This sensor converts the travel into an electric
signal.
The signal of the displacement sensor (2) is compared to the
data stored in the FRAM (4) and processed in the microprocessor (3). It controls both the LCD and the D/A converter (9) for the
output signal.
The output signal, which is proportional to the measured value,
is a load-independent direct current signal from 4 to 20 mA
issued at the connector A.
At the connector B, two software limit switches (8) for Alarm 1
(e.g. minimum filling level) and Alarm 2 (e.g maximum filling
level) are connected to the switching amplifier according to
EN 60947-5-6. A software limit switch (Alarm 1) and a pulse
output proportional to quantity (in place of Alarm 2) to operate
an external meter are used in Media 6 Z.

Indicating unit with LCD

9
Connector A

7
40

6

#

60

IA = 4 to 20 mA

80

20
m3

%

0

UB = 12 to 36 V
8
Connector B

100

Alarm 1
5

Alarm 2
3

MP

Pulse output 1)
RS-232
10
4

FRAM

dp cell
2
1.1

1.4
1.3
1.5

1.2

1.2

1

The RS-232 interface (10) enables the device to be configured
with a special memory pen or directly via a PC with SAMSON’s
TROVIS-VIEW Configuration and Operator Interface. The
user-specific data are saved in the data memory (FRAM) (4).
This way, a backup copy of the data can be saved until they are
overwritten. The operating data of the Media 6 can also be copied and loaded on site.

Valve block
with
pressure gauge

p2 _

p1 +

Four types of gas as well as the span and write protection function can be set at the DIL switch (6). In combination with three
keys (5), several operating functions (zero point and span adjustment, max. alarm limit switch and test function settings, etc.)
as well as the operating status (load/save operating values) can
be adjusted.

Typical application
Storage tank

Media 6 with valve block

60

40
20
0

80
3

m

%

100

H
h

Ar, N2, O2,
CO2, etc.

1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
2
3
4
5
6

dp cell
Measuring diaphragm
Range spring
Lever
Flexible disk
Diaphragm axis
Displacement sensor
Microprocessor
Data memory (FRAM)
Keys for operating functions
4-pin DIL switch
for selecting gas type, span protection and write
protection
7 Indicating unit with LCD
8 Limit switch/pulse output 1)
9 D/A converter
10 RS-232 interface

+

H
h

Measuring range
Measured height (z tank content)

Fig. 2 · Principle of level measurement for liquefied gases
in cryogenic service

2

1) Only with Media 6 Z

Fig. 3 · Principle of operation

T 9527 EN

Table 1 · Technical data · All pressures in bar or mbar (gauge)
Media 6 Differential Pressure Meter
Measuring range in mbar

0 to 100

0 to 160

0 to 250

0 to 400

0 to 600

0 to
1000 1)

0 to
1600 1)

0 to
2500 1)

0 to
3600 1)

Adjustable measuring span in mbar
Class ± 1 %

From
to

b 250
r 125

b 400
r 100

b 600
r 150

b 1000
r 250

b 1600
r 320

Class ± 1.6 %

From
to

b 100
r 60 

160
r60

< 125
r 50

< 100
r 80

< 150
r 120

< 250
r 200

Class ± 2.5 %

From
to

< 60
r 35 2)

< 60
r 32

Nominal pressure

b 2500 to b 3600 to
r 500
r 720

PN 50, overloadable on one side up to 50 bar

Indicator

LCD Ø 90 mm

Performance

Output and reading linear or square root extraction depending on operating mode

Conforming error

< ±1.0 % to < ±2.5 % (including hysteresis) depending on measuring span selected

Sensitivity

< 0.25 % or < ±0.5 % depending on measuring span selected

Effect of static pressure

< 0.03 %/1 bar

Effect of ambient temperature
in the range from –20 to +70 °C
on zero point
on span

< ±0.2 %/10 K
< ±0.2 %/10 K

Limit switches

Two variably configurable software limit switches or
one software limit switch acc. to EN 60947-5-6 and pulse output 5)

Control circuit, adjustable in
1% steps

Rating according to the connected switching amplifier 3)
1 % based on MCN or SCN 4)

Switching accuracy
Range of inversion, approx.

< 0.6 %

Degree of protection
Weight
Version

IP 65
Approx. 3.0 kg without valve block · Approx. 5.0 kg with valve block
5006- _0 ...

Two-wire circuit

5006- _1 ...
Output 4 to 20 mA
UB - 12 V
RB =
0.020 A

Perm. load RB in 7

Intrinsically safe acc. to PTB 00ATEX 2074

Supply voltage UB for
two-wire transmitter

12 to 36 V DC

12 to 28 V DC - only in conjunction with an
intrinsically safe circuit -

Perm. ambient temperature range

–40 to +70 °C

T6; –20 to +60 °C
T5; –20 to +70 °C

Output current circuit

Perm. storage temperature range

–40 to +80 °C

1) A class accuracy of 0.6 % can be expected in these measuring ranges with measuring spans b 100 % to r 50 % of the nominal range.
2) The accuracy of class 2.5 % can be exceeded when this measuring span is not reached.
3) e.g. KFA6-SR2-Ex2.W as per EN 60947-5-6
4) MCN = Maximum Capacity Nominal; SCN = Save Capacity Nominal
5) Pulse output only with Media 6 Z

Notes

All pressure specifications stated in bar (gauge) · All errors and deviations are specified in % of the adjusted measuring span!
The Media 6 Differential Pressure Meter is not approved for measuring flammable gases or liquids in hazardous areas of Zone 0!
(Refer to EB 9527-3 EN for more details).
Table 2 · Materials
Media 6 Differential Pressure Meter
dp cell
Measuring diaphragm and seals

CW617N (brass) or CrNi steel
ECO, NBR 1)

Range springs
Diaphragm plates and function parts

CrNi steel

Lever
Housing of indicating unit

Polycarbonate

1) Other material on request

3

T 9527 EN

Electrical connection
In combination with a power supply unit (e.g. SAMSON
Type 5024) or the Media MTM 32 hardware, the tank content
can be transmitted and displayed over a 4 to 20 mA signal proportional to the tank content. In addition, the limits values can
be monitored and signalized.
Tank farm

Data can be transmitted either directly to the control room or, in
combination with Media MTM 32 hardware and Media
MTM 98 software over a phone line (analog/digital), or via radio signals to the PC of the gas supplier.

Control room

#

Control room

Data
transmission

Power supply
unit
e.g. Type 5024

Gas supplier

RS - 232
#

A


20

#

MTM 32

60

40

80
m3

0

%

100

A

B

Ar, N2, O2,
CO2, etc.

Power
supply
230 V AC

B

+

Switching amplifier
acc. to EN 60947-5-6

+

Switching amplifier acc. to EN 60947-5-6 PC with Media MTM 98
Two-wire circuit with data transmission to the control room

Two-wire circuit with MTM 32 Tank Management System and
Media MTM 98 software

Fig. 4 · Data transmission

Terminal assignment
The Media 6 Differential Pressure Meter is designed for a two-wire
circuit. Both the 4 to 20 mA measuring signal and the required supply
voltage UB = 12 to 36 V DC for the two-wire transmitter are
transmitted by the same pair of wires.
The Media 6 is connected over a DIN 43650 connector, type 1,
4-pole.

Connector A
1+
1
3

2

~
2–

Connector A · Two-wire circuit for 4 to 20 mA signal
UB - 12 V
Perm. load RB =
in 7
0.020 A
The rated supply voltage UB = 24 V DC
The permissible voltage range at the connector of the Media 6 is
between 12 V und 36 V DC taking into account the lead resistance.

Two-wire connection
Connector B
1+
2–

1
4

Connector B · Software limit switches/pulse output
Connection for two software limit switches to connect to switching
amplifiers conforming to NAMUR and EN 60947-5-6 or pulse output
(contacts 3 and 4) to an external meter.

2

3

3+
4–

Software limit switches for switching amplifier acc. to
EN 60947-5-6
Software pulse output for external meter, contacts 3 and 4
(Media 6 Z only)

Fig. 5 · Electric connection and terminal assignment

Table 3 · Overview of functions of both software limit switches A1 and A2 at connector B
Proximity switch
for ...

1 min./1 max. contact
(gas tapping/tank filling)

Alarm contact

2 min. contacts
(gas tapping)

2 max. contacts
(tank filling)

A1

A2

A1

A2

A1

A2

Value
below limit value

High resistance

Low resistance

High resistance

High resistance

Low resistance

Low resistance

Limit value
exceeded

Low resistance

High resistance

Low resistance

Low resistance

High resistance

High resistance

Both limit switches A1/A2 can be configured separately as minimum or maximum alarms.
Contact with low resistance
Switching signal “ON” · Function: Contact closed or output effectively conducting, power consumption r 3 mA
Contact with high resistance
Switching signal “OFF” · Function: Contact open or output effectively non-conducting, power consumption b 1 mA

4

T 9527 EN

Table 4 · Technical data for software limit switches (connector B)
in type of protection EEx ia IIC T6
Ui

20 V

Ii

60 mA

Pi

250 mW

Ci

5.3 µF

Li

˜

Mounting
On mounting the Media 6, the following points must be observed:
– Attach it to a pipe, wall or mounting plate free of vibration.
– Use mounting part with clamp for pipe mounting to attach it
to a vertical or horizontal pipe.
– Use mounting part without clamp for wall mounting.
– See bottom diagram in Fig. 6 for control panel mounting.
We recommend installing a shut-off valve in each measuring
line as well as an equalizing valve. SAMSON provides for this
purpose a valve block designed as a compact unit (see
T 9555 EN) for direct connection to the Media 6 device.

8 µH

Maximum values only apply to the network connection to a certified intrinsically safe circuit.

Dimensions in mm
Mounting versions
Pipe mounting · With mounting device and clamp for attachment to
a vertical or horizontal 2” pipe.

Wall/panel mounting · Using two M8 tapped holes located at
the rear of the dp cell or two … 8.3 mm holes in the valve block
(see diagram below).

Process medium connection: Tapped hole ISO 228 G 3/8.

141.5
80
37

194
180.5
148

20
0

80
m3

%

100

25.5

Pressure gauge (versions of
various manufacturers)

43
80

145.8

114.5

158.5

117

245.5

B

32.5

60

40

121

M8

A

72

Control panel

58

Pressure sensor

31
60

Pressure gauge connections:
Pressure gauge NG 100 · Male thread G ½ B-LH with
coupling sleeve G ½ DIN 16283 and O-ring 12x2
Pressure gauge NG 63 · Female thread G ¼ with seal

Drill pattern for wall/panel
mounting

30
54

158

17

30

Two … 8.5 mm holes for fastening to rear side of the
dp cell (screws M8)
Two … 8.5 mm holes for fastening
to rear side of the valve block (screws M8)

Fig. 6 · Dimensional diagram

5

T 9527 EN

Table 5 · Device configuration with ordering number
- Complete the order number with the order codes for the selected options Version

__

Type 5006–

__

__

__

__

__

__

__

Device
Media 6

1

Media 6 Z

2

Explosion protection
Without

0

EEx ia IIC T6*)

1

Display and output
LCD, 4 to 20 mA output

1

Material
Brass

0

Stainless steel

1

Measuring range
100 mbar

03

160 mbar*)

04

250 mbar

05

400 mbar*)

06

600 mbar*)

07

1000 mbar

08

1600 mbar*)

09

2500 mbar*)

10

3600 mbar*)

11

Diaphragm
ECO diaphragm (–40 to +80 °C)

0

NBR diaphragm (–30 to +80 °C)

2

Version acc. to specification sheet 1010-4300
Standard

00

Cryogenic gases (free of oil and grease for oxygen)

10

Paint compatibility and tobacco industry

50
000

Special version

Data logging
Data need to be made available about the tank characteristics
and the stored gas for the factory settings of the LCD reading
and the 4 to 20 mA signal to ensure that they are proportional
to the tank content and flow rate.

Ordering text
Differential pressure meter Media 6
Version Type 5006 – _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Special version …

You can enter these data in the Specification Sheet for Media 6
parameterization.
A SAMSON Questionnaire for Flow Rate Measurement according to the Differential Pressure Method FB 9550 EN is available
to record the relevant data for flow rate measurement.
Accessories · Refer to T 9555 EN for accessories and details

Specifications subject to change without notice.

SAMSON AG · MESS- UND REGELTECHNIK
Weismüllerstraße 3 · 6 0314 Frankfurt am Main · Germany
Phone: +49 69 4009-0 · Fax: +49 69 4009-1507
Internet: http://www.samson.de

T 9527 EN

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Disc Check Valve Datasheet

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Face to Face DIN EN 558-1 Series 49 (DIN 3202 K4) DN 15 20 25 32 40 50 65 80 100 A mm 43 48 58 68 75 94 113 129 159 B mm 54 64 71 81 93 110 130 149 181 C mm 45 54 63 72 82 95 115 131 160 D mm 23 28 36 50 58 71 86 105 130 E mm 14 19 25 31 38 48 62 77 95 L mm 17 20 22 28 32 40 46 50 60 Weight Kg 0. overpressure and bottom valve.55 1.18 0.5 FLANGES STANDARD MATERIAL ITEM PART 1 BODY A351 .11 0.CF8M (AISI 316) 2 METAL SEAT DISC A240 (AISI 316 L) 3 SOFT SEAT DISC * A240 (AISI 316 L) + NBR (on request) * A240 (AISI 316 L) + EPDM * A240 (AISI 316 L) + FKM 4 SPRING TOP RING A240 (AISI 316 L) 5 SPRING AISI 316 Note: on request finishing of face A could be Stock Finish AARH 250/500 as for face B Face A 2 To be installed in any position Face B C Downwards flow E D L A B Horizontal flow Dimensions . Low head losses. Usable also as vacuum breaker. No leakage with soft seat and acc.5 2 3. Face to Face acc. to DIN EN 558-1 Series 49 (DIN 3202 K4) To be installed in any position.4 0.2 4 Upwards flow CAT • CH-EN-07 .0 1.26 0. Also to be used with spiral wound gasket API 601 for ANSI B16.GB 015 Disc check valves 3 ON REQUEST 5 4 GB 015 Disc check valve DN 15÷80 • PN 6 ÷ 40 • ANSI 150÷300 DN 100 • PN 10 ÷ 40 • ANSI 150÷300 Max working pressure: 52 Bar 1 FEATURES and ADVANTAGES Little dimensions and low weights. also with downwards flow. to DIN 3230 BN3 with metal seat.

Tmax= 95°C 300°C B EPDM Seat .GB 015 Disc check valves Technical data Temperature .fluid flow (mc/h o l/s) d .fluid specific gravity (Kg/mc) 5 . gas or steam head losses are determined by equivalent water rate of flow. Formula for calculation of rate of flow equivalent to H2O Qe = Q d 1000 CAT • CH-EN-07 For different liquid . as follows: Qe .Tmax= 180°C D AISI 316 Spring .Tmax= 240°C Minimum opening pressure FLOW DN 15 20 25 32 40 50 65 80 100 With spring mbar 25 25 25 27 28 30 30 25 21 With spring mbar 23 23 23 25 23 24 24 19 15 With spring mbar 21 21 21 22 18 18 18 13 9 Without spring Note: GB015 and GB019 are not designed to be installed without spring.Tmax= 130°C 400°C C FKM Seat .equivalent water flow (mc/h o l/s) Q .horizontal flow) mbar 1000 100 10 0.20°C . Head losses (H2O .Pressure Diagram A B C D 50 bar 40 bar 30 bar 20 bar 10 bar 0 100°C 200°C A NBR Seat .1 1 DN 15 DN 20 DN 25 32 40 N50 D DN DN 10 100 m3/h 0 65 N80 10 DN D DN NOTE: Values indicated in this table are only for information.

FINAL DOCUMENTATION SALALAH INDEPENDENT WATER AND POWER PLANT PROJECT A1-3 High Flow Valves Datasheet .

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NAMUR 1/4 & 1/2 High Flow valves for actuator control Catalogue 4921/GB .

...... Electrical part : Miniature coil 496131 (3W) encapsulated in synthetic material.4921/GB High Flow NAMUR valves INDEX General Information .. = 10 bar Media : Fluid temperature : Dry or lubricated air Min.... Degree of protection IP 65. 0 °C.. Ambient temperature : -10 °C to +50 °C......... Solenoid duty : 100% ED Voltage : 12 VDC .. 230/50 AC Voltage tolerance : ± 10% of nominal Class of insulation material : Class F for 496131 coil. Manual override : Standard on all solenoid operated versions Design : Pilot operated spool valve with combined pneumatic and spring return Mounting : For direct mounting on NAMUR interface Mounting position : Indifferent.. 5/2 and 5/3 solenoid and air operated valves. Material specifications : Aluminium body.... Sealing material from NBR Range of admissible pressure drop : !p min.. 24/50 AC .......... NAMUR Interfaces T 1/4 1/2 D1 mm 32 45 D2 mm 24 40 D3 mm 8 10 D4 min.page 8 TECHNICAL DATA Function : 3/2 ... Mm 12 16 M mm M5 M6 Page 2/8 Parker Lucifer SA CH-1227 Carouge-Genève .page 2 G 1/4 Series .......... 48 VDC ...page 4 G 1/2 Serie .page 6 Accessories ..... 24 VDC .or 4-way directional valves for the control of single – or double acting pneumatic actuators " The interface design corresponds to the NAMUR standard and the VDI/VDE 3845 recommendations of the actuator industry and permits a compact design of the actuator/valve unit.... Connection with 3-pin DIN 43650 type B plug... 110/ 50 AC ....... = see table !p max... Max.. + 50 °C.. Applications " 3... Internal parts from stainless steel.....

3125 Maximum torque 0.5 Nm " Spare part mounting kit For G 1/4 models . * .Order No. 1 pin DIN 913 M6x12 A2. 496131 C1 496131 C2 496131 C4 496131 A2 496131 A5 496131 F4 How to order Valve reference No.5 For G 1/2 models . 496133 Spare part kit includes: 2 screws DIN912 M6x35 A2. 1 pin DIN 913 M5x10 A2. 496132 Spare part kit includes: 2 screws DIN912 M5x25 A2. 2 O-rings NBR 24x3 Page 3/8 Parker Lucifer SA CH-1227 Carouge-Genève .Order No.4921/GB High Flow NAMUR valves Coils Voltage 12VDC 24VDC 48VDC 24/50AC 110/50AC 230/50AC Description 22mm standard coil 22mm standard coil 22mm standard coil 22mm standard coil 22mm standard coil 22mm standard coil Order No.Coil reference – Voltage code = order code * includes mounting kit for coil assembly + 2x NAMUR O-rings + 2 mounting screws and positioning dowel + Example: 341 N 03 + 496131C2 = order code = 341N03-496131C2 Valves and coils may also be ordered separately Spare Parts " Spare Housing Plastic nut with O-ring Order No. 2 O-rings NBR 15x2.

5 10 10 50 NBR 547N03 - Externally operated valve – 2x External pressure supply 3 to 10 bar Closed in centre position 1250 1.5 to 10 bar 1250 2. Max.Internal pressure supply 1250 1.5 10 10 50 NBR 342N03 Externally operated valve .External pressure supply 2.5 to 10 bar 1250 2.5 10 10 50 NBR 341N03 Control by 2 solenoids and internal pressure supply 1250 1.5 10 10 50 NBR 331N03 Pilot operated valve .Internal pressure supply 1250 1.5 10 10 50 NBR Page 4/8 542N03 - Parker Lucifer SA CH-1227 Carouge-Genève .5 10 10 50 NBR 347N03 Control by 2 solenoids and internal pressure supply Closed in centre position 1250 1.External pressure supply 2.4921/GB Seat disc Reference N° Min.5 10 10 50 NBR 531N03 - Externally operated valve . admissible fluid temperature [ºC] [Watt] Admissible differential pressure [bar] Weight [g] QN Power consumption Orifice Port size High Flow NAMUR valves max G mm 3/2 1/4 7 5/2 1/4 7 5/2 1/4 7 5/3 1/4 7 3/2 1/4 7 5/2 1/4 7 5/2 1/4 7 5/3 1/4 7 L/min min DC# AC$ Air & Neutral gases Valve Coil DC AC 496131 3 3 300 1 496131 3 3 300 2 496131 3 3 430 3 496131 3 3 430 4 - - 210 5 - - 210 6 - - 240 7 - - 210 8 Pilot operated valve . ref. = 0 ºC Dim.5 10 10 50 NBR 541N03 - Externally operated valve – 2x External pressure supply 2 to 10 bar 1250 1.

4921/GB High Flow NAMUR valves Dimension ref. 5 Dimension ref. 1 Dimension ref. 6 Dimension ref. 2 Dimension ref. 7 & 8 Page 5/8 Parker Lucifer SA CH-1227 Carouge-Genève . 3 & 4 Dimension ref.

Internal pressure supply 3000 1. ref. = 0 ºC Dim.5 10 10 50 NBR 531N04 - Externally operated valve .External pressure supply 2. admissible fluid temperature [ºC] [Watt] Admissible differential pressure [bar] Weight [g] QN Power consumption Orifice Port size High Flow NAMUR valves max G mm 3/2 1/2 12 5/2 1/2 12 3/2 1/2 12 5/2 1/2 12 L/min min DC# AC$ Air & Neutral gases Valve Coil DC AC 496131 3 3 720 9 496131 3 3 700 10 - - 620 11 - - 600 12 Pilot operated valve .4921/GB Seat disc Reference N° Min.5 to 10 bar 3000 2.5 10 10 50 NBR 331N04 Pilot operated valve .Internal pressure supply 3000 1.External pressure supply 2. Max.5 10 10 50 NBR Page 6/8 541N04 - Parker Lucifer SA CH-1227 Carouge-Genève .5 10 10 50 NBR 341N04 Externally operated valve .5 to 10 bar 3000 2.

12 Page 7/8 Parker Lucifer SA CH-1227 Carouge-Genève . 10 Dimension ref.4921/GB High Flow NAMUR valves Dimension ref. 9 Dimension ref. 11 Dimension ref.

parker.com/lucifer Catalogue 4921/GB November 2005 . Ch.Parker Lucifer SA Fluid Control Division Europe 16. du Faubourg de Cruseilles CH-1227 Carouge-Geneva .Switzerland Tel. +41 22 3077 111 Fax +41 22 3077 110 www.

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Sheet no.02. The outlet pressure to be controlled is balanced across the diaphragm by the force of the valve spring (set pressure).1 bar Kvs-value 0. DM 505Z for steam up to 200 °C for low flow rates Technical Data Connection G 1/2 DN 15 . Know How and Safety instructions must be observed.0. to VDI/VDE-guideline 2174 Tightness (leakage rate K 0.005 .0.5 bar.5 bar Kvs-value 0.12 0.2-1.de .1 bar DM 505 also requires a pilot line.4 ratio p1/p2 39 27 0. recommended for temperatures up to 200 °C.0. The same applies to servicing and maintenance. p1 = 250 bar setting ranges 0.4 0.12 0.15 0.9 100 0. diaphragm and internal components. the valve cone moves towards the seat and the volume of medium is reduced.1.061.4 ratio p1/p2 1485 1000 setting range 0.20 bar in 8 ranges Outlet Pressure DM 505Z: 0.1 bar) OPTIONS • Pressure gauge connection • For toxic or hazardous media: sealed bonnet complete with leakage line connection (incl.4 185 125 ratio p1/p2 setting range 0. spring.4 105 70 ratio p1/p2 setting range 1 . 10 .5 1-5 4-12 10-20 DM 505Z setting ranges [bar] 0.25 Nominal Pressure Inlet PN 250 Outlet PN 1 .005 .02-0. +49-451-8 79 75 0 • Fax +49-451-8 79 75 99 • gm@mankenberg.0.12 bar in 7 ranges Kvs-Value 0. The DM 505 pressure reducing valve is a diaphragm-controlled springloaded proportional control valve for small volumes. The valve type 505 Z. for outlet pressures K 1.15 0. Changing the control pressure setting does not affect the height of the valve (non increasing adjusting screw).15 .15 0.8-2.25 Inlet Pressure up to 250 bar DM 505: 0.9 DM 505 setting ranges [bar] 0.4 ratio p1/p2 405 280 setting range 0.20 bar Kvs-value 0.DM 505.12 bar. As the outlet pressure drops the valve control orifice increases.5 bar Kvs-value 0.005 . The spring module comprising bonnet.1-0.1.025 and 0. As the outlet pressure rises above the pressure set using the adjusting screw. The tubular inlet spigot of the valve body accommodates the seat aperture.025 0. The soft-sealing valve cone is guided in the seat assembly and connected with the control diaphragm by means of a stirrup which surrounds the seat assembly.15 0. Rotating the adjusjting screw clockwise increases the outlet pressure.2006 STANDARD EQUIPMENT • • • • All stainless steel construction Non increasing adjusting screw Quick-release body clamp ring Pilot line connection (in the case of DM 505 only for outlet pressures K 1. please select 0.1 .005-0. is connected to the valve body only by means of a clamp ring and two bolts.1 0. Must be installed with a leakage line capable of draining leaking medium safely and without pressure • Various diaphragm and seal materials suitable for your medium • Special versions on request Operating instructions.005 . adjusting screw.8-2.de • www.2-1. 505Z Pressure Control Valves DM 505 for liquids and gases up to 130 °C.15 0.9 210 0. DM 505/2. This pressure reducer is manufactured from deep-drawn stainless steel featuring excellent corrosion resistance.05% of Kvs-value) body with valve Description Medium-controlled pressure reducers are simple control valves offering accurate control while being easy to install and maintain.1-0.2. We reserve the right to alter technical specifications without notice.025 0.mankenberg.12 bar Kvs-value 0.9 m3/h Sense Line DM 505: setting range 0. p1/p2) max.005-0.9 20 WIR REGELN DAS SCHON FIRMLY IN CONTROL Mankenberg GmbH • Spenglerstraße 99 • D-23556 Lübeck • Tel.5 0.1. is identical in its design apart from the metallic cone seal and water-cooled thermal protection between body and diaphragm. DM 505 Z requires a pilot line (to be installed on-site).02-0.5 0.5 1-5 4-12 Permissible Reduction Ratio (max. They control the pressure downstream of the valve without requiring pneumatic or electrical control elements.1 0.1 .2 .15 0. 4 .9 50 0. Changing the diaphragm or the complete spring assembly for a different control pressure range is extremely simple and does not call for special tools. The pressure has always been indicated as overpressure.9 750 0. spring module adjusting screw (non increasing) Kvs-values [m3/h] for all body sizes.06. when the pipeline is depressurised the valve is open.1 bar DM 505Z: all setting ranges acc.issue 12. sealed adjusting screw).8 .

The pressure has always been indicated as overpressure. DM 505/3.5 7. D leakage line connection G 1/8 (option) C adjusting screw sealing (option) DM 505Z dimensions see DM 505 manometer connection G 1/4 (option) sense line connection G 1/4 Recommended Installation Bypass for maintenance 1 2 3 4 Strainer Shutoff Valves Pressure Reducer Safety Valve 5 Pressure Gauge 6 Sense Line G 1/4 (DM 505Z) 7 Leakage Line G 1/8 (option) Sense line connection 10 .1 .2 - 1.1 0.12 0.de • www.5 5 2 2. to DIN 2635 DN 15 DN 20 DN 25 6 6.5 1 4 10 - 5 12 20 size A/A1 B C C D C C D C C D C C D C C D DM G 1/2 505 + 505Z 100 505 + 505Z 505 505Z 505 + 505Z 505 505Z 505 + 505Z 505 505Z 505 + 505Z 505 505Z 505 + 505Z 505 505Z 505 + 505Z 53 257 387 360 257 387 264 257 387 200 196 326 138 190 320 114 flanges acc.005 0.02 - 0.mankenberg.5 5.5 0.025 0.061.002 .5 0.8 - 2. 505Z Pressure Control Valves DM 505 for liquids and gases up to 130 °C.5 4 7.5 4 8 8.8 - 2.5 4 Special designs on request.5 6 6.issue 12.005 .12 0.5 1.5 7.5 3.de Sheet no.5 1 4 10 - 5 12 20 DM 505 505Z 505 505Z 505 505Z 505 505Z 505 505Z G 1/2 flanges acc.5 8 6. Mankenberg reserves the right.1 - 0.20 x DN behind the valve WIR REGELN DAS SCHON FIRMLY IN CONTROL Mankenberg GmbH • Spenglerstraße 99 • D-23556 Lübeck • Tel.5 6 6.5 8 7 7.5 7 4 4.5 3.2 - 1.5 8 7 7. to alter or improve the designs or specifications of the products described herein without notice.0.06.025 0.5 3.5 3 3 3.DM 505. +49-451-8 79 75 0 • Fax +49-451-8 79 75 99 • gm@mankenberg.5 2 3.0. to DIN 2635 DN 15 DN 20 DN 25 130 150 160 53 257 387 360 257 387 264 257 387 200 196 326 138 190 320 114 53 257 387 360 257 387 264 257 387 200 196 326 138 190 320 114 53 267 297 360 267 297 264 257 387 200 196 326 138 190 320 114 Weights [kg] pressure range [bar] 0. DM 505Z for steam up to 200 °C for low flow rates Materials Type Temperature Body Spring Cap Internals Set Screw Spring DM 505 80 °C 130 °C DM 505Z 200 °C CrNiMo-steel CrNiMo-steel CrNiMo-steel Valve Seal EU CrNi-steel CrNi-steel FPM optional EPDM or PTFE FPM oder EPDM PTFE (option) Diaphragm CR Protection Foil PTFE (option) DM 505 A1 A manometer connection G 1/4 (option) CrNi-steel B CrNiMo-steel EPDM PTFE (option) Dimensions [mm] all ranges 0.2006 pressure range [bar] .1 0.1 - 0.5 6 4.1.

remove the diaphragm from the spindle and unscrew the spindle approximately 10 mm from its guide.032. with a set pressure of 5 bar the relief pressure of the safety valve should not exceed 7. without notice. To remove the valve cone remove the spring cover as described above. The spring should not be compressed beyond the specified maximum pressure to avoid restricting the diaphragm movement or jamming the valve in open position. To do this the spring should be relaxed. Then all components should be reassembled and the valve checked for leaks. Manifolds. REPL A CEMENT PA RTS When ordering spare parts please provide the serial or catalogue number of the product as well as the item number on the drawing and an accurate description of the part. s l i d i n g s u r f ac es an d t h r ead s w i t h g r eas e. As the outlet pressure increases above the pressure set via the setting screw.1. According to VDI/VDE Guideline 2174 a leakage rate of 0. Leakage or diaphragm damage is indicated by fluid escaping from the spring cover breather orifice. the valve closes. type 505 should be installed with its spring cover at the bottom only for liquids and outlet pressures up to 1. Pilot lines* should be connected at a distance of at least 10 times nominal bore downstream from the pressure reducer. the pressure reducer itself should be protected in such a way that 1.g. The following procedure should be adopted in case of maintenance or repair: depressurise valve. remove spring cover.de . the valve opens when the outlet pressure falls below the set pressure.de • e-mail: gm@mankenberg. a drain line should be connected to the diaphragm housing breather orifice. The relief pressure must. Renew the valve cone.5 bar. INSTA L L A TION Before installing the valve the pipeline should be flushed through thoroughly. e.451 . 99 • D-23556 Lübeck • Tel. In the case of steam installations operating at pressures below 0. The outlet pressure may be increased temporarily by applying a light axial pressure to the setting screw. the spindle nut and clamp ring bolts should be fully tightened whereas the spring cover screws should be torqued only gently to avoid crushing the diaphragm. relax spring. COMMISSIONING The pressure reducer has been tested for correct operation and leakage before despatch from the works. not exceed the rated pressure of the valve body. MA INTENA NCE Depending on the properties of the medium and the operating conditions of the system.8 79 75 99 • www. Remove any packaging material including plastic plugs and install the valve into the pipeline ensuring that the arrow on the valve points in the direction of flow and the valve is free of stress.mankenberg. Us e o n l y r ec o m m en d ed l u b r i c an t s f o r i n t er n al l u b r i c at i o n .2003 Mankenberg GmbH • Spenglerstr. Finally the outlet pressure should be set using the setting screw. +49 . If the leak persists the diaphragm should be renewed as follows: unscrew spindle nut on diaphragm.1 bar and valve type 505Z SA FETY DEVICES Pressure reducers are not stop valves which provide a leak-proof shutoff function. be at the top or the bottom. Pressure surges must be avoided. If necessary.OPERA TING INSTRUCTIONS PRESSURE REDUCING VA L VE TYPE 505 Sheet no. In case of jamming remove any high spots using fine emery cloth. Then lift the spindle complete with its guide and cone (towards the bottom of the valve body) and withdraw completely past the seat towards the outlet. The diameter should match the valve connection diameter. withdraw diaphragm disc and remove diaphragm together with its Oring (if fitted). A strongly increasing outlet pressure at low flow rates indicates a defective cone seal. The valve is open when the pipeline is depressurised. When screwing the spindle back into its guide please make sure that the valve cone moves freely in its seat. In addition the user must ensure that in the case of a diaphragm rupture any escaping fluid does not create a hazard. During commissioning the valve inlet should be opened slowly ensuring that the fluid drains from the outlet side. If coarse particles of dirt and foreign bodies cannot be avoided during operation. to alter or improve the designs or specifications of the products described herein.1 bar. 31.. Check control mechanism for freedom of movement. 1 Strainer* 2 Shut-off valve 3 Pr es s u r e Red u c er * 4 Safety valve* 5 Pressure gauge* 6 Control line G 1/4 7 Damping pot * use MANKENBERG products Mankenberg reserves the right. The valve is supplied with the spring relaxed.1 OPERA TION The outlet pressure to be controlled exerts a force on the diaphragm which balances the load exerted by the spring in the normal operating state. +49 . the valve should be serviced and checked for correct functioning once a year or at shorter intervals. a strainer should be fitted.5 times the maximum set pressure is not exceeded. DM 505/5. Us e Par k er " Su p er -L u b e" t o l u b r i c at e EPDM O-r i n g s (Pl eas e n o t e: t h i s l u b r i c an t c o n t ai n s s i l i c o n e).1. Once the new diaphragm has been fitted complete with O-ring. stop valves or other restrictions immediately upstream or downstream from the valve should be avoided. The installation site should always be in a horizontal section of the pipeline that is not subject to turbulence.03. the diaphragm should be checked. For this reason the German accident prevention regulations VBG17 specify the installation of a safety device which prevents the maximum permitted system pressure being exceeded. Type 505Z should always be installed with the spring cover at the bottom. IMPORTA NT: L u b r i c at e O-r i n g s . the spring cover removed and the spindle nut tightened. The spring cover can. *applies only to pressure settings up to 1. Unless otherwise specified. however. unless specified otherwise.05% of the constant volume flow value is permitted.451 . If a leak cannot be remedied by slightly tightening the clamp ring or spring cover bolts.1 bar the pilot line should be fitted with an expansion vessel. In the case of steam applications the control chamber should be filled with water via the pilot line connection before the valve is commissioned.8 79 75 0 • Fax.

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weight [kg] 15 130 95 65 14x4 42 M5 40 F 04 11 2.00 100 350 220 180 18x8 102 M 10 16 F 10 22 33.GEROI Ball Valve – F 201 Edition 02-2006 GEROI – Stainless steel Ball Valve Type: F 201 with flange connection with ISO – head flange Stainless steel Ball Valve 2-pieces.90 Page 1 of 2 . 16 -28.50 40 200 150 110 18x4 50 M6 40 F 05 14 6.20 80 310 200 160 18x8 102 M 10 16 F 10 17 24.9 ° C to 205° C Face to Face: Flanges: DIN 3202 . Module D1 Dimensions Dimensions [mm] Head flange DN L D C HxQ M N PN ISO 5211 SW ca. full port Pressure: Temperature: PN 40.60 65 290 185 145 18x4 70 M8 16 F 07 17 16.F1 DIN 2545 PED 97/23/EC Category II.10 20 150 105 75 14x4 42 M5 40 F 04 11 2.70 32 180 140 100 18x4 50 M6 40 F 05 14 5.90 25 160 115 85 14x4 42 M5 40 F 04 11 3.80 50 230 165 125 18x4 70 M8 40 F 07 17 9.

GEROI Ball Valve – F 201 Edition 02-2006 GEROI – Stainless steel Ball Valve Type: F 201 with flange connection with ISO – head flange 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Part Body Stem Thrust washer Ball seat Ball Ball seat Joint gasket End cap Stud Nut Gland packing Gland ring Disc washer Adjust nut Stop washer Handle Locking handle Handle cover Handle nut Stop pin Stop nut Material 1.4408 PTFE PTFE 1.4401 PTFE PTFE 1.4408/1.0619 ASTM A193 Gr B8 ASTM A194 Gr 8 PTFE AISI 304 AISI 301 ASTM A194 Gr 8 AISI 304 AISI 304 AISI 304 PVC ASTM A194 Gr 8 ASTM A 193 Gr B8 ASTM A194 G 8 Page 2 of 2 .4408/1.0619 1.

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We reserves all rights in this document and it's subject matter.2010 Date: 16. as the position of static mixer is not yet defined 7 9 SWITZERLAND (HEAD OFFICE) Industriestr. +41 71 466 80 80 Fax +41 71 466 80 66 info@ascoco2. The recipient herby acknowledges these rights and assures the use of this document only for the purpose it was delivered.11.2010 Index: 1:100 A2 Format: 25. 2 CH-8590 Romanshorn Tel. © Solid Solutions AG Dieses Dokument ist unser geistiges Eigentum. noch an Dritte weitergegeben werden. Copyright reserved! © Solid Solutions AG H G F E D C B A 1000 1000 1400 1 1020 1600 600 600 1600 700 2200 700 2 2 1200 3000 2770 12000 3 4750 3 3500 3000 5400 2500 4 4 2750 4500 1 5 5 500 6 6 8 1300 7 8 Please note: Pipework between dosing system and static mixer has to be installed directly on site.com 9 Filename: Drawingnumber: Material: Articlenumber: Status: Hydrochem Salalah Relased dosing system complete Machine/System: Customer: 11 10 11 2010-SW033 plan and elevation 10 Kel Drawn by: Size: Plotdatum: 23.10. Es darf ohne unsere ausdrückliche Genehmigung weder kopiert.2010 Date: Last change by: Date: KI Checked by: 12 G F E D C B A CAD-System: SolidWorks 2100 10000 16400 . vervielfältigt oder verwertet.10. Zuwiderhandlung ist strafbar und wird strafrechtlich verfolgt.

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7mm pipe gas-connection tank-pipework tank: 1"BSP female gas filling connection: tank: 1 1/2" BSP-male liquid filling connection: tank: 1 1/2" BSP-male 4 25.10.11. The recipient herby acknowledges these rights and assures the use of this document only for the purpose it was delivered. Copyright reserved! © Asco Carbon Dioxide F E D C B A 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 5 6 7 5 SWITZERLAND (HEAD OFFICE) Industriestr.com Filename: 6 Drawingnumber: Material: Articlenumber: Hydrochem Salalah Relased 7 2010-SW034 interfacing details dosing system complete Machine/System: Customer: Status: 2x water-connections: static mixer-sidestream (customers responsibility) static mixer: flange connection DIN 2576 DN100 PN10 gas-connection: dosing systems-static mixer dosing system: flange connection DIN2635 DN15 PN40 static mixer: flange connection DIN2635 DN15 PN40 liquid-connection: vaporiser-change over vaporiser: flange connection DIN2635 DN25 PN40 gas-connection: vaporizer-dosing system vaporiser: flange connection DIN2635 DN25 PN40 liquid-connection: system1-system2 change over: flange connection DIN2635 DN15 PN40 gas-connection: system1-system2 change over: flange connection DIN2635 DN15 PN40 liquid-connection: tank-pipework tank: brazed connection for 33.11. noch an Dritte weitergegeben werden. Es darf ohne unsere ausdrückliche Genehmigung weder kopiert.We reserves all rights in this document and it's subject matter.2010 Date: Format: a Index: 1:100 A3 Size: 16. Zuwiderhandlung ist strafbar und wird strafrechtlich verfolgt.2010 Plotdatum: 23. © Asco Carbon Dioxide Dieses Dokument ist unser geistiges Eigentum. vervielfältigt oder verwertet. 2 CH-8590 Romanshorn Tel. +41 71 466 80 80 Fax +41 71 466 80 66 info@ascoco2.10.2010 Kel Last change by: Date: KI Checked by: Kel Drawn by: 8 E D C B A CAD-System: SolidWorks .2010 Date: 16.

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MAINTENANCE AND OPERATING INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR 4TH GENERATION Upgrade Series ACTUATORS For AIR TORQUE ACTUATORS Model/Type: “AT045U” ¦ ”AT801U” Double acting “D” and Spring return “S” “90°” ¦ “180° Stroke” .IMAT 4thGU-E ISSUE: 12/09 GB INSTALLATION.

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1) GENERAL
This instruction manual contains important information
regarding the installation, operation, maintenance and
storage for AIR TORQUE rack and pinion pneumatic actuators.
Please read these instructions carefully and keep them
for future reference. It is important that the use and
maintenance of the actuator is made only by properly
trained personnel.

m 2) WARNING



Do not operate the actuator using inflammable,
oxidizing, corrosive, explosive or unstable gases
or liquids (use only not dangerous fluids - group 2
according to 97/26/EC directive). Moreover, for
actuators installed in potentially explosive zones,
make sure that the internal parts of the actuator do
not come into contact with the external atmosphere.
Referring to the Machinery Directive 2006/46/EC,
the actuators can be classified as “PARTLY
COMPLETED MACHINERY” (see the DECLARATION
OF INCORPORATION). Therefore the actuator can
not put into service until the machinery and/or the
system, where the actuator is incorporated, will be
declared in compliance with the requirements of the
Directive 2006/42/EC.
Air Torque actuators are designed, produced and
classified according to the ATEX Directive 94/9/EC
(see actuator label and safety instructions). The use
of the actuators in potential explosive atmosphere
zones has to comply with the ATEX classification
indicated on the actuator label and according to the
ATEX safety instructions.
The use, the installation and the maintenance of
the Air Torque actuators must be made by adequately
trained personnel. For the use, installation and
maintenance of Air Torque actuators it is recommended to comply to the safety notice and to
use proper equipment to protect health and prevent
accidents.
It is important that the actuator is used only within
the working limits indicated in the technical specifications.
Do not operate the actuator over temperature limits:
this could damage internal and external components
(disassembly of spring return actuator may become
dangerous).
Do not operate the actuator over pressure limits: this
could damage internal parts as well as cause damage
to the housing and end-caps.
Do not use the actuator in corrosive environments
with incorrect protection: this could damage the
internal and external parts.
Do not disassemble individual spring cartridges, this
may result in personal injury. If maintenance to
springs is necessary, send them to AIR TORQUE.
Close and disconnect all air supply lines and make
sure that air connections are vented during maintenance and installation on valve.
Do not disassemble the actuator or remove end
caps while the actuator is pressurized.
The 4TH GENERATION Upgrade Series actuators are
designed to be used only on valves.
Before installing the actuator onto the valve make

sure that the rotation direction and the position
indicator are in the correct position.
If the actuator is incorporated in a system or used
within safety devices or circuits, the customer shall
ensure that the national and local safety laws and
regulations are observed.

3) WORKING CONDITIONS AND TECHNICAL DATA
• Operating media:
Dry or lubricated air or inert gases, provided that they
are compatible with the actuator internal parts and
lubricant. The operating media must have a dew point
equal to –20°C (-4°F) or at least 10°C below the ambient
temperature. The maximum particle size contained into
the operating media must not exceed 30 µm.
• Supply pressure:
The maximum supply pressure is 8 bar (116 Psi), only
for AT801U it is 7 bar (101,5 Psi).
For double acting and spring return actuators the working
pressure is from 2.5 bar (36 Psi) to 8 bar (116 Psi).
• Operating temperature:
==> “Standard” actuators from -40°C (-40°F) to +80°C
(+176°F)
==> Actuators for high temperature “HT” from -15°C
(+5°F) to +150°C (+300°F)
==> Actuators for extreme low temperature “LLT” from
-55°C (-67°F) to + 80°C (+176°F)
Caution: for low and high temperature service, special
grease and special components are required. Please
contact AIR TORQUE. Working at high or low temperature
can affect the life and the output torque of the actuator.
• Operating time (see technical data sheet):
Caution: the operating time depends on several factors
such as supply pressure, supply system capacity (pipe
diameter, flow capacity of pneumatic accessories), valve
type, valve torque and figures, applied safety factor,
cycle frequency, temperature, etc.
• Rotation and stroke adjustment (see technical data
sheet):
For standard actuators (90° rotation), 120° actuators
(120° rotation), 135° actuators (135° rotation) and 180°
actuators (180° rotation).
Stroke adjustment at 0°(closed pistons): +15°max/ - 5°.
Stroke adjustment at 90°, 120°, 135° and 180°(open
pistons): +5°/-15°max. For actuator AT045U the stroke
adjustment at 90° (open pistons) is available only on
request.
• Lubrication:
The actuators are factory lubricated for the life of the
actuator in normal working conditions.
The standard lubricant type GSTD is suitable for use
from -40°C (-40°F) to +80°C (+176°F).
For extreme low temperature (LLT) and high temperature
(HT) service, special grease is required: please contact
Air Torque.
• Construction: rack and pinion actuator design suitable
for both indoor or outdoor installations.
• Protection and corrosion resistance:
All the actuators are supplied with corrosion protection
for normal environments. For corrosion resistance of the
different types of protection see technical data sheet.
Before installing the actuator in aggressive environment,
ensure that the selected protection level is suitable.

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Actuator designation and marking (see technical data
sheets):
The actuator type, size, operating pressure, output
torque, direction of rotation, spring action, operating
temperature and type of connections/interfaces are
determined by designation.
All AIR TORQUE actuators are supplied with an identification label showing the serial number and all necessary
information on use, service, operation and product
designation. Where applicable, the label indicates the
classification according to ATEX Directive 94/9/EC.

SINGLE ACTING OPERATION FUNCTION
(STANDARD ROTATION TYPE “ST”) TOP VIEW

4) OPERATING FUNCTION AND DIRECTION OF
ROTATION
The actuator is a pneumatic device for remote operation of industrial valves. The operation (90°,120°,135° or
180° rotation) may be activated by different methods:
• Direct mounting of solenoid valve (5/2 for double acting,
3/2 for spring return) to pressure connections 2 and 4,
connected to supply and control lines.
• Screwed connection (to pressure connections 2 and 4)
with air lines from separate control cabinet.
The standard rotation (when port 4 is pressurized or
for spring action) is clockwise to close. When port 2 is
pressurized, counter-clockwise rotation is obtained.
Air Torque actuators can be supplied with different types
of assembly/rotation direction depending on the type of
required operation and/or installation, see technical data
sheets.

Air supplied to Port “2” forces the pistons toward the actuator end caps,
compressing the springs.
A counter-clockwise rotation is achieved. Exhaust air exits from Port 4.

The loss of air pressure (air or electric failure) at Port “2” allows the springs
to force the pistons inward.
A clockwise rotation is achieved.
Exhaust air exits from Port 2.

DOUBLE ACTING OPERATION FUNCTION
(STANDARD ROTATION TYPE “ST”) TOP VIEW

Air supplied to port 2 forces the pistons towards the actuator end caps.
A counter-clockwise rotation is achieved.
Exhaust air exits from Port 4.

5) ACTUATOR INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
The Air Torque actuator is a pneumatic device for the remote
operation of industrial valves. The actuator will operate through
90°,120°,135° and 180° rotation permitting the opening and
closing of many types of valves up to 180° rotation.
All the necessary technical information to install the actuator
correctly and safely onto a valve i.e.:
Dimensions, Output torque, Supply pressure, Air volume,
Stroke adjustment, Operating time, Operating temperature,
Direction of rotation and Weight is stated clearly on the
Actuator label, in the catalogue and technical data sheets.
Please read all technical information before proceeding with
the actuator installation.

m 5.1) Important safety notice!


Air supplied to Port 4 forces the pistons inward.
A clockwise rotation is achieved.
Exhaust air exits from Port 2.

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For safety reasons, the actuator must not be pressurized
at any time during installation as injury may result.
The utmost cleanliness is required during air supply
connection to the actuator i.e. the connecting pipe
thread, fittings and seals must be clean and dirt-free.
When fitting accessories onto the actuators, assemble
them in such a way that the emergency control of the
solenoid valve and the top of the drive shaft are easily
accessible, should emergency manual operations be required.
Before fitting onto the valve, make sure that the actuator/
valve are correctly orientated, depending upon which
direction of rotation is required.
For spring return actuators, avoid that dangerous and/or
corrosive substances in the working environment enter
into the external chambers by using adequate filters
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Remove plugs from actuator air connections during
installation and operation. Protect the air connections of
actuators not being used immediately.
5.2) Interfaces for actuator control and connections, figure A:

5.4) Assembly of valve figure C:
Before proceeding with the assembly of the actuator onto
the valve, be sure that the actuator operates in the desired
direction of rotation when pressurised and both actuator/
valve are in the correct position.

Fig. C

Fig. A

5.3) Assembly of accessories: solenoid valves and
switchboxes, figure B:

Important: when using a spring return actuator for a fail
safe operation, ensure that when air or electricity failure
occurs the direction of rotation is correct for your application.
Fit the actuator 3 onto the valve 5. It is possible to assemble
the valve onto the actuator in two ways:
Direct-mount: fit the stem of the valve 5 directly into the
female connection of the actuator 3 and bolt together
through the valve ISO pad (max. tightening torque see table).
Bracket-mount: mounting with a bracket 6 and coupling
7, the bracket is bolted to the actuator / valve to join
them together and the coupling is used to connect the
actuator output drive to the valve stem (max. tightening
torque see table).

Tightening torque table:

Fig. B

Solenoid valve mounting:
Before mounting a solenoid valve, ensure that the
actuator is in its normal position (closed position) with
pistons inwards.
For standard rotation type “ST” (clockwise to close)
assembly: the groove on the drive shaft or on the position
indicator 2 must be horizontal to the longitudinal axis of
the actuator in closed position.
Fit the solenoid valve 4 onto the actuator 3 using the
provided screws (max. tightening torque see table).
Switchbox mounting:
Fit the switchbox and bracket 1 onto the actuator 3 using
four provided screws (max. tightening torque see table).

M..
M5
M6
M8
M10
M12
M14
M16
M20
M24
M30

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5 →6
10 → 11
23 → 25
48 → 52
82 → 86
132 → 138
200 → 210
390 → 410
675 →705
1340 →1400

6) MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTION
With the information given below, AIR TORQUE provides
the end user with all the required information necessary
for maintenance. Under normal conditions, the actuator
requires only periodic observation to ensure proper operation.
Maintenance (disassembly, maintenance and rebuilding)
of AIR TORQUE actuators is allowed only to AIR TORQUE
personnel or properly instructed personnel. In case of
controversy the product guarantee will expire!
Spare kits for maintenace are available to replace all
seals and bearings (soft parts indicated into the table),
that may be necessary between 300.000 and 1.000.000
cycles depending on operating and environmental
conditions and actuator size.

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6.1) DRAWING WITH ITEMIZED COMPONENTS AND RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS

60.1

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‡ d mm

Model

Ex1 mm

Ex2 mm

AT045U

/

8

13

AT051U

10

8

14

AT101U

10

10

16

AT201U

13

10

22

AT251U

13

10

25

AT301U

17

13

26

AT351U

19

13

36

AT401U

19

17

38

AT451U

22

17

45

AT501U

22

19

48

AT551U

24

19

52

AT601U

30

22

58

AT651U

30

24

68

AT701U

36

22

80

AT751U

46

24

85

AT801U

46

24

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UNIT Q.TY

PART DESCRIPTION

NOTE

01

1

NA for AT045U

OCTI-CAM (Stop arrangement)

02

2

NA for AT045U

STOP CAP SCREW

03

2

NA for AT045U

WASHER

04

2

NA for AT045U

NUT (Stop screw)

05*

2

BEARING (Piston back)

06*

1

BEARING (Pinion top)

07*

1

BEARING (Pinion bottom)

08*

2

1 Pcs. for model AT045U

THRUST BEARING (Pinion)

09*

2

NA for AT801U

PLUG

09.1*

2

"O" RING (For AT801U)

10

1

THRUST WASHER (Pinion)

11*

2

NA for AT045U

"O" RING (Stop screw)

12

2

NA for AT045U

PISTON GUIDE

13

8/12/16

(A)

CAP SCREW (End cap)

14*

2

"O" RING (End cap)

15*

2

BEARING (Piston head)

16*

2

"O" RING (Piston)

17

min.5/max.12

17.1

max. 2 for AT045U

17.2
max. 4 for AT051U
17.3

for AT101U ÷ AT801U

SPRING (Cartridge)

NA for AT101U ÷ AT801U

SPRING (For AT045U ÷ AT051U)

NA for AT101U ÷ AT801U

SPRING (For AT045U ÷ AT051U)

NA for AT101U ÷ AT801U

SPRING (For AT045U ÷ AT051U)

18

1

SPRING CLIP (Pinion)

19

1

POSITION INDICATOR (For AT045U

19.0

1

GRADUATED RING

19.1

1

NA for AT045U ÷ AT101U

POSITION INDICATOR

19.5

1

NA for AT045U ÷ AT101U

TOP ADAPTOR

19.6

2

NA for AT045U ÷ AT101U

HEX. SOCKET SCREW (Top Adaptor)

20*

1

"O" RING (Pinion bottom)

21*

1

"O" RING (Pinion top)

30

2

END CAP

39

1

CAP SCREW (Indicator)

40

2

PISTON

41

1

ACTUATOR IDENTIFICATION LABEL

42

2

43

1

SPIGOT (Only on request)

50

1

BODY

60

1

DRIVE SHAFT

60.1

1

65

1

only for AT045U, AT751U

only for protec. level "E"and "F"

AT101U)

END CAP LABEL

INTEGRAL DRIVE SHAFT
PLASTIC INSERT

* Suggested SPARE PARTS for maintenance
Notes: A) 12 Pcs. for models AT701U / AT751U, 16 Pcs. for models AT801U

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6.2) DISASSEMBLY
When disassembly of actuator is required for maintenance,
firstly remove the actuator from the valve. Before
performing any disassembly operations it is important
to verify that the actuator is not pressurised.
Always use caution and double check that the ports 2 and
4 are vented and are free from any accessory and/or
device. When the actuator is a spring return unit, make
sure that the actuator is in the failed position and with
pistons completely inwards before disassembling.
A) Removal of position indicator and graduated ring
(Part N° 19,19.0,19.1), figure 01:

Remove cap screw (39) if
fitted.
Lift position indicator (19
or 19.1) off shaft, it may
be necessary to pry gently
with a screwdriver.
Lift, if necessary, the
graduated ring (19.0)
off the body, it may be
necessary to pry gently
with a screwdriver.

Fig. 01

Fig. 03


Remove the o-rings (14) using a screwdriver. Discard soft
parts if replacing.
Only for actuators with adjustment 50% or 100%, remove
the nut 04R, the washers 03R and o-rings 11R and
discard soft parts if replacing.

D) Pistons disassembly (Part N° 40), figure 04:
• Holding the body (50) in a vice or similar device, rotate the
drive shaft (60) until the pistons (40) are released. Caution:
air pressure should not be used to remove the pistons from
the body.
• Remove o-rings (16) using a screwdriver. Remove the
piston back (05) and piston head (15) bearings.
• Discard bearings when replacing all soft components.

Fig. 04
B) Removal of stop cap screws (Part N° 02), figure 02:

Remove both stop cap
screws together with nut
(04) and washer (03).
Remove stop screw
o-rings (11) and discard if
replacing all soft parts.

Fig. 02

C) End caps disassembly (Part N° 30), figure 03:
• End caps disassembly for spring return actuators
(disassemble one end cap at a time).
Unscrew the end cap bolts (13) in the sequence shown in
figure 03, until the end-caps are free from springs force
(for AT045U and AT051U 20-23 turns of the screws, for
AT101U to AT801U 4-5 turns of the screws).
Then completely unscrew the screws and remove the
end-cap and the springs.
If there is still force on the end-caps after unscrewing as
indicated above, this may indicate that spring cartridge is
damaged or that the pistons are not completely closed,
so any further disassembly should be discontinued.
Further disassembly of the end caps may result in injury.
• End caps disassembly for double acting actuators
(disassemble one end cap at a time)
Unscrew the end cap bolts (13) in the sequence shown in
figure 03, until the screws are completely unscrewed and
the end caps are free.

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E) Drive shaft disassembly (Part N° 60), figure 05:
• If necessary, remove the graduated ring (19.0) with a
screwdriver, remove the spring clip (18) using snap-ring
pliers or screwdriver for spiral rings, remove the thrust
washer (10) and the external thrust bearing (08). Apply
downward force to top of drive shaft (60), until it is partially
out of the bottom of the body when it is possible to
remove the internal thrust bearing (08) and the octi-cam
(01), then push the pinion (60) completely out of the
body. If pinion is not easily removed, gently tap the top
of the shaft with a plastic hammer.

Fig. 05

Fig. Install the internal thrust bearing (08). it is possible to use lubricant Dow Corning type Molykote® G-2003. 6. related to the bottom and top of the drive shaft and the rotation of the actuator when energised. 09 For standard rotation assembly type “ST” (clockwise to close).3) ASSEMBLY: Prior to assembly. 07 and 07A: • • Install top (06) and bottom (07) bearings. 09. • Grease the internal surface of the body (50) and the piston (40) rack teeth. 06 • • Fit external thrust bearing (08). then rotate the body anticlockwise from top view until the stroke is completed. 07 • • Insert and press the two pistons (40) simultaneously inside the body (50) until the pistons are engaged. 08 Fig. the rotation obtained referred to the axis of the body is about over 0° 9 . Ensure that with pistons completely closed. also replace the plugs (09). • Insert the female connection of the drive shaft (60) in a properly fixed coupling. Fig. Insert completely the drive shaft in the body. HT and LLT actuators) are available in Air Torque. Fig. grease and insert the bottom (20) and top (21) pinion o-rings onto the shaft. Insert partially the drive shaft (60) in the body (50). • the spare parts and the lubricant used are suitable for the operating temperature of the actuator (see Air Torque technical data sheets). 10 and 11: • Grease and install o-rings (16).GB IMAT 4thGU-E • • Remove top (06) and bottom (07) pinion bearings and top (20) and bottom (21) pinion o-rings. internal and external thrust washer (08) and o-rings (20) and (21) if replacing the soft components. figures 08. install octi-cam (01) in the correct position (for standard assembly or for lock-out) as shown in figures 07 and 07A. if necessary. Only for “standard” actuators. piston back (05) and piston head (15) bearings. A) Drive shaft assembly (Part N° 60). for temperature from -40°C (-40°F) to +80°C (+176°F). 07A All the components disassembled and not replaced will have to be cleaned and inspected for wear and before reassembly. • Ensure that the octi-cam is in the right position as shown in figure 09. • B) Pistons assembly (Part N° 40). Discard bearings (06) and (07). figures 06. • Note: The lubricants suitable for the various operating temperatures (Standard. rotate the body (50) about 40-45° clockwise from top view. thrust washer (10) and then external spring clip (18) using snap ring pliers or screwdriver for spiral rings. 10 Fig. Grease the outside surface of the drive shaft as shown in figure 06. as shown in figure 10. ensure that: • all the components are perfectly clean and in good condition. Fig.

GB

IMAT 4thGU-E

for models AT051U→AT801U (0,5° over 0° for AT045U)
and that the dimension “A” on both sides is the same as
shown in figure 11.

AT051U configuration:
Side B

Fig. 11

Side A

Spring

AT051U

AT051U

AT051U

AT051U

Set

Internal

External

Internal

External

Spring type Spring type Spring type Spring type

C)


End cap (Part N° 30) assembly, figures 12, 13 and 14:
Assemble one end cap at a time.
Lubricate the body.
For spring return actuators, insert the springs in each
end cap according to the desired configuration, as shown
in figure 12 and related tables. For models
AT101U→AT801U insert spring cartridges as shown in
figure 13.

S1

1(green)

------------

------------

2 (black)

S2

------------

2 (black)

------------

2 (black)

S3

------------

2 (black)

------------

3 (red)

S4

------------

3 (red)

------------

3 (red)

S5

------------

3 (red)

1 (green)

2 (black)

S6

1 (green)

2 (black)

1 (green)

2 (black)

S7

1 (green)

2 (black)

1 (green)

3 (red)

S8

1 (green)

3 (red)

1 (green)

3 (red)

Fig. 13

Fit end cap o-ring seal (14) into the groove on both end caps.

Fig. 14
Fig. 12


SPRING SET CONFIGURATION
AT045U configuration:


Side B

Side A

AT045U

AT045U

Spring type

Spring type

S1-1

1 (green)

1 (green)

S1-2

1 (green)

2 (red)

S2-2

2 (red)

2 (red)

S2-3

2 (red)

3 (black)

S3-3

3 (black)

3 (black)

Spring Set

10

Fit end caps onto the body (50), verifying that the o-ring
remains in the groove.
Only for actuators with 50% or 100% stroke adjustment,
ensure that the adjustment screws 221G/222G are
completely screwed into the end-cap.
Insert the cap screws (13) and tighten each only partially.
Complete tightening by making 1-2 turns for each screw
in the sequence shown in figure 14 until tightening is
completed. See the table for screw tightening torque.

D) Assembly of stop cap screws (Part 02) and stroke
adjustment for models AT051U→AT801U, figures 15
and 16:
• Insert on both stop screws (02) the nut (04), the washer
(03) and the o-ring (11).
• Fit the stop cap screws (02) in the body.
• Stroke adjustment for actuators with standard type “ST”
rotation / assembly (clockwise to close).

GB

IMAT 4thGU-E

Stroke adjustment in close position: with the actuator in
close position 0°, screw or unscrew the right (from top
view) stop cap screw until the desired stop position is
achieved. Then tighten the stop adjustment nut (04) to
lock it in place.
Stroke adjustment in open position: with the actuator in
open position 90°, screw or unscrew the left (from top
view) stop cap screw until the desired stop position is
achieved. Then tighten the stop adjustment nut (04) to
lock it in place.
For spring return actuators, it could be necessary to make
rotation tests to verify the correct stroke adjustment in
open position.
Only for actuators with adjustment 50% or 100%, fit on
end-cap adjustment screws 221G/222G the o-rings 11R,
the washers 03R and the nuts 04R. To adjust the stroke
in open position: with the actuator in partially or totally
open position, screw or unscrew the end-cap adjustment
screw 221G/222G until the desired position is achieved. It
is important that the two end-cap adjustment screws are
both in contact with the pistons. Then lock the nuts 04R.

Fig. 15

Fig. 16

Fig. 18

Fig. 19

7) STORAGE INSTRUCTIONS
If the actuator is not for immediate use, the following
precaution must be taken for storage:
• Store the actuator in a clean and dry environment and at
temperature between –20°C (-4°F) and +40°C (+104°F).
• It is recommended that the actuator be stored in its
original box.
• Do not remove the plastic plugs on air supply ports.
8) LIFTING and HANDLING
It is recommended to lift the actuators with proper, adequate
and permitted systems in relation to the actuator weight and
by following the ruling laws in terms of safety and health
protection. The weight of the actuators is indicated on the Air
Torque catalogue and on the related technical data-sheets.
During the lifting and the handling of the actuators, it is
recommended to avoid clashes and/or accidental falls in
order to avoid irreparable damages to the actuators and to
compromise the functionality.
Contact Air Torque for any information and technical
data-sheets.

E) Assembly of graduated ring and position indicator
(Part N° 19,19.0,19.1), figures 17,18 and 19:
• Fix the graduated ring (19.0) to the body.
• If necessary, correctly position the “Top Adaptor” (19.5)
and lock it with the proper screws (19.6).
• Insert the indicator (19 or 19.1) making sure that it indicates
the correct actuator position.
• Screw the indicator screw (39) if assembled.

Fig. 17

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FINAL DOCUMENTATION
SALALAH INDEPENDENT WATER AND POWER PLANT PROJECT

B2

Ball Valve

Zentrale - Wels:
Telefon
: +43(0)72 42 / 66811-0
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Mounting and operating instruction for
GEROI - stainless steel - ball valves
3-piece DN 10 - 100

Version 21.5.2001

page 1 of 5

Material-codes for GEROI ball-valves
Symboles are describing the materials of the body and the caps.
Materials:
symbol

body / caps

insert parts

Xc

stainless steel

all parts acid
resertance

part
1 body
2 extension
3 pressure disk
4 ball
5 seat-sealing
6 body-sealing
7 flanged end piece
8 screw bolt
9 washer
10 hex nut
11 gland nut
12 adjusting nut
13 lever
14 Sperrlasche
15 lever prodection
16 locking ring
17 hex nut

Version 21.5.2001

material code
ASTM A351 CF8M
SS 316
PTFE
ASTM A351 CF8M
PTFE
PTFE
ASTM A351 CF8M
SS 304
SS 304
SS 304
PTFE
SS 304
SS 304
SS 304
Kunststoff
SS 304
SS 304

page 2 of 5

colour of the
ball-valves
pickling treated

Operation instruction
GEROI ball valves are delivered in "open position". The ball-valves may only be stored in closed
storage rooms, in non-aggressive atmosphere and must be stored protected for damps and
contamination. Furthermore, please take care that the valves are not used for higher
temperatures and pressures as indicated. A guarantee for a certain period can only be granted
under these conditions. Only parts, underlying a natural wearing through corrosion, erosion etc.
are excluded. In case of a longer downtime the valves must be drained when you have frozen
mediums in use, and for expanded mediums you have to provide for a pressure balance. By
appearing leaks, the torques of the body or stem packing screws are to be checked according
table 1,2. In case of longer downtimes or only a few operations, we recommend a minimum use
of 6 x / year to increase the fatigue life.
table 1: tightening torque of the stem packing screw
size
1/4"
3/8"
½“
3/4"
1"
1 1/4"
1 ½“
2"
2 ½“
3"
4"

torque (Nm)
11
11
23
23
50
50
60
60
120
120
160

tolerance (Nm)
+5
+5
+5
+5
+5
+5
+5
+5
+ 10
+ 10
+ 15

table 2: tightening torque of the body screws
screw
size
M6
M6
M8
M8
M8
M 10
M 10
M 10
M 12
5/8"
5/8"

Version 21.5.2001

torque (Nm)

tolerance

10
10
20
20
35
35
55
55
100
100
130

+ - 10 %

page 3 of 5

F30 may be integrated into the line system in assembled condition. putting into operation Solids of any kind which are not components of the medium must be removed before the ball valve is put into operation. Mounting instruction GEROI ball-valves may be integrated into the line system in whatever position desired.Generals: GEROI ball-valves are suitable for gas and arc welding processes. however.2001 page 4 of 5 . must be in "open position". please disasemble the separator insert the body middle piece and fix with the connecting bolts * ball set to "closed position" * body connecting bolts to be tightened with the indicated torques (table 2) * performance check Version 21. The installation. to keep the welding caps plane parallel during the welding process. that damages due to medium external particles are not covered by the guarantee. We want to point out. * connecting piece to be welded with the line system by an expert * after cooling. please take care that the line system is alignment truly axial at the sectioning part.5. For that reason. The types S30. Furthermore. * valve to be tacked with weld points into the line system * body connecting bolts to be removed * body middle piece to be taken out * we recommend to screw in a separator of the same size as the body part. the vall valve must be dismounted before you start with the welding process. A tightness can only be granted for weldings carried out by an expert. How to install welded ball valves of type S30B Due to the short overall length a too high temperature appears in the sealing element area during the welding process.

out of the body or to be stripped from the stem All reusable parts. please hold up at the stem over the interior of the body. please dismount one or two screws. it must be taken out completely as the screw bolts can not be dismounted under installed conditions. To dismount a flange ball-valve. depending on the size. aline it centrical to the connecting piece introduce missing connecting bolts and tighten them slightly * tighten them with indicated torques * performance check change of stem packing 1) standard stem packing set: * dismount the ball valve as described before (see change of seat) * ball to be taken out of the body * unscrew the hexagon screw of the stem. lift off the handle * unscrew the second hexagon screw * stem to be pressed in the body * stem packing to be dismounted from outside * PTFE disc for stem to be removed from inside.2001 page 5 of 5 .insert the ball and make a 90 ° twist (closed position-handle in 90 ° to tubular axle) * installation of all other parts as described for the change of the sealing elements * torques are indicated in table 1 Version 21. If necessary.change of the seat * drain and depressurize the line system * valve to set in "open position" * unscrew the body connecting bolts. showing no damages are to be cleaned carefully.5. * unscrew the hexagon screw * set off handle and jam with a second nut * dehedron of the stem to be turred in tubular axle for taking the ball . * take out the body middle piece * squeezing out the seat be turning the ball * ball to set in "closed position" * set new seats in the body adaption * set body middle piece in origin position. Please renew defect parts and assemble them as below: * PTFE disc to be put over to stem (screwed side) * stem to be taken in the drill of the stem packing from the inside of the body * please insert the same quantity of stem packing rings stratified.

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Handling and Care of GEROI F 201 2-pieces Ball valve DN 6 – DN 100. -28.GEROI Ball valve – F 201 Edition 03-2006 Installation Instructions. Full Port PN 63.9° C to 205° C 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Body Stem Thrust washer Ball seat Ball Ball seat Joint gasket End cap Stud Nut Gland packing Gland ring Disc washer Adjust nut Stop washer Handle Locking handle Handle cover Handle nut Stop pin Stop nut Page 1 of 7 .

Do not tough the valve directly. in non-aggressive atmosphere and must be stored protected for damps and contamination. Then. CAUTION 1. 5. When the valve is used at high temperature. the proper protection equipment. HCL and other dangerous fluid. for example anti-heating gloves. Any unsuitable operation action will cause the leaking or other problems. (any problem about for the used fluid. Only parts. But the pressure has to match the pressure and temperature shown in the chart of pressure-temperature. The ball-valves may only be stored in closed storage rooms. the first step is to turn of the pipe fluid and valve. please take care that the valves are not used for higher temperatures and pressures as indicated. Page 2 of 7 . and for expanded mediums you have to provide for a pressure balance. we recommend a minimum use of 6 x / year to increase the fatigue life. If that happens. 3.GEROI Ball valve – F 201 Edition 03-2006 OPERATING INSTRUCTION GEROI ball valves are delivered in "open position". erosion etc. HF. disassemble the valve. underlying a natural wearing through corrosion. please contact the manufactory). This valve is not used for unstable gases. be sure line pressure has been relieved and any hazardous liquid. or steam is drained or purged from the system. gas. In case of longer downtimes or only a few operations. 2. Before installing or performing maintenance. is highly suggested. 2. The principle is that high temperature goes with low pressure. Furthermore. A guarantee for a certain period can only be granted under these conditions. 4. The maximal temperature for our ball valve with the PTFE is 200° C the minimum temperature is -23 C. By appearing leaks. are excluded. In case of a longer downtime the valves must be drained when you have frozen mediums in use. Remember that different temperature goes with different pressure. H2SO4. the torques of the body or stem packing screws are to be checked according table 1.

or some other soft material to gently tap the ball. replacement of all seats and seals is recommend refer to service kit chart. adjustment nut. disc washer. 3. Close the valve. 5. use a piece of wood. from the top into the valve body and remove it through the end cap end of the body. Then remove the upper handle nut. This will unseat these parts without damaging the ball. and joint gasket. handle. heat may be required If the ball. 4. if applicable. 1. do not fall from the body with the ball in the fully closed position. end cap. and gland ring. thrust washer. Press the stem. Page 3 of 7 . DISASSEMBLY Note: If complete disassembly becomes necessary. Routine maintenance consists of tightening the stem nut ¼ turn periodically to compensate for the wear caused by the stem’s turning against the resilient PTFE seal.GEROI Ball valve – F 201 Edition 03-2006 MAINTENANCE Periodically observe the valve to be sure of proper performance more frequent observation is recommend under extreme operating condition. and ball seat. Be very careful not to scratch any sealing surfaced in the valve body ( surfaces on which seats and seal rest). Unscrew and remove nuts. Remove the stop washer. pry out and discard the old gland packing. 6. Using a pointed instrument. 2.

and do the same number of turning until all the nuts are finished. with the ball. tighten the handle nut. 6. align the stem blade inside the valve body. and then do the same number of turning to tighten every nut. trough the open end of the body. Insert the stem. Holding the trust washer. turn two opposite end diameter nuts of the flanged end firstly. and handle nut. please reduce the leakage of the sealing. The raise face will have the equal stress. plus an additional ¼ . Page 4 of 7 . the gland ring. 8. 9. Place another wrench on the adjustment nut. 10. place the stop washer. and rotate the stem. to the required torque. into the end cap. Screwed all bolts. with the flat surface on the bottom. handle. Cycle the valve slowly twice to ensure permanent position of the ball between the two seats. in place from inside the valve. and threaded until the stem starts to turn. drop in an ball seat. 3. ASSEMBLY 1. Insert from the inside a trust washer. being careful not to scratch thrust washer. Press it gently up into the stem hole. 5. 4. insert the ball. and turn down until the seals bottom and the stem comes snugly in place tighten the gland ring. see table for body bolts torque specification. 2. Use hands to tighten the spanner from 1 or 3 or 4 turning to the nuts. until snug and put the stop pin. and tighten the nuts. disc washer. over the stem. cover the end cap.GEROI Ball valve – F 201 Edition 03-2006 INSTALLATION Install the raise face flanged end.½ turn. until snug. and thrust washer surface. into the lower stem bore. to the ball fully closed position. Place a wrench through the body on the bottom of the stem blade to hold the stem stationary. Please refer to procedure repeats for several times till the degree of the tightening meets your rewuest. and insert second ball seat. adjustment nut. Clamping valve body. 7. install three gland packing. so that the sealing surface of the seat is towards the ball insert the joint gasket. disc washer.

9 Tolerance (%) +10 +10 +10 +10 +10 +10 +10 +10 +10 Page 5 of 7 .9 43.9 43. please dismount one or two screws.1 10. it must be taken out completely as the screw bolts can not be dismounted under installed conditions. * take out the body middle piece * squeezing out the seat be turning the ball * ball to set in "closed position" * set new seats in the body adaption * set body middle piece in origin position.9 43.9 43. To dismount a flange ball-valve. depending on the size.9 43. aline it centrical to the connecting piece introduce missing connecting bolts and tighten them slightly * tighten them with indicated torques * performance check Table 1: Tightening torque of the body cap (bolt and nut) Size 1/2" 3/4" 1" 1 1/4" 1 1/2" 2" 2 1/2" 3" 4" Torque (Nm) 10.1 17.GEROI Ball valve – F 201 Edition 03-2006 CHANGE OF THE SEAT * drain and depressurize the line system * valve to set in "open position" * unscrew the body connecting bolts.9 17.

* unscrew the hexagon screw * set off handle and jam with a second nut * dehedron of the stem to be turred in tubular axle for taking the ball . Please renew defect parts and assemble them as below: * PTFE disc to be put over to stem (screwed side) * stem to be taken in the drill of the stem packing from the inside of the body * please insert the same quantity of stem packing rings stratified.GEROI Ball valve – F 201 Edition 03-2006 CHANGE OF STEM PACKING 1) Standard stem packing set: * dismount the ball valve as described before (see change of seat) * ball to be taken out of the body * unscrew the hexagon screw of the stem.insert the ball and make a 90 ° twist (closed position-handle in 90 ° to tubular axle) * installation of all other parts as described for the change of the sealing elements * torques are indicated in table 1 Page 6 of 7 . lift off the handle * unscrew the second hexagon screw * stem to be pressed in the body * stem packing to be dismounted from outside * PTFE disc for stem to be removed from inside. please hold up at the stem over the interior of the body. showing no damages are to be cleaned carefully. out of the body or to be stripped from the stem All reusable parts. If necessary.

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Sous resérve de modification techniques. WARNING! Warns of a potentially dangerous situation! • Failure to observe the warning may result in a serious or fatal injury.com !"!Documentation !"! manuals / data sheets !"! Type 8692 / Type 8693 SYMBOLS The following symbols are used in these instructions.Type 8692 / 8693 Positioner Electropneumatic position controller Elektropneumatischer Stellungsregler We reserve the right to make technical changes without notice. • Quickstart must be read and understood. www. CAUTION! Warns of a possible danger! • Failure to observe this warning may result in a moderately severe or minor injury.com Quickstart © 2008 Bürkert Werke GmbH & Co. These instructions also include the warranty terms and details about the correct disposal of the device. NOTICE! (without hazard symbol) Warns of damage to property! Important tips and recommendations for safe and problem-free operation of the device. Quickstart for positioner Type 8692 / 8693 explains. The operating instructions can be found on the enclosed CD and on the Internet at: www. 2 English English 3 .burkert. how to install and start-up the device.burkert. Study in particular the chapters entitled General Safety Instructions and Correct Use. A detailed description of the device can be found in the operating instructions for positioner Type 8692 / 8693. Technische Änderungen vorbehalten. " designates a procedure which you must carry out. DANGER! Warns of an immediate danger! • Failure to observe the warning may result in a fatal or serious injury. KG Operating Instructions 0802/00_EU-ml_00805803 QUICKSTART WARNING! Important Safety Information! Read Quickstart carefully and thoroughly. for example.

the conditions of use and the permitted data for positioner Type 8692 and Type 8693 which are specified in the chapter entitled Technical Data in these instructions and in the valve instructions for the respective pneumatically actuated valve to ensure faultless operation and long service life of the device. and careful operation and maintenance are essential for reliable and problem-free operation. 4 English BASIC SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS DANGER! Risk of injury from high pressure. • Observe the general rules of technology! The positioner Type 8692 / Type 8693 was developed with due consideration given to the accepted safety rules and is state-of-the-art. • The device must not be used outside.CORRECT USE WARNING! Incorrect use of the positioner Type 8692 and Type 8693 can be dangerous to people.g. Risk of electric shock when reaching into the equipment. dangers can still arise. • Do not make any external modifications to the device housings. • Do not introduce any aggressive or flammable media into the system's media connections. • Before starting work. • Do not introduce any liquids into the media connections. • Do not put any loads on the housing (e. • Use the positioner Type 8692 and Type 8693 only as intended. • The device must not be exposed to direct sunlight. always switch off the power supply and safeguard to prevent re-activation! • Observe applicable accident prevention and safety regulations for electrical equipment! WARNING! Risk of injury from unintentional activation. and possibly its environment as well. correct storage and installation. Failure to observe these instructions and unauthorised tampering with the device release us from any liability and also invalidate the warranty covering the devices and accessories! English 7 . Do not paint the housing parts or screws. • Correct transportation. • Take appropriate measures to prevent unintentional activation! 6 English English 5 WARNING! Hazardous situations can arise during installation and maintenance work. • The device may be used only in conjunction with thirdparty devices and components recommended and authorised by Bürkert. by placing objects on it or standing on it). Forseeable Misuse • The positioner Type 8692 and Type 8693 must not be used in areas where there is a risk of explosion. • Before loosening the lines and valves. Operate the device only when it is in perfect condition and in accordance with the operating instructions. • In view of the wide range of possible application cases. • This work may be carried out by authorised technicians only and with the appropriate tools! • After an interruption in the power supply or pneumatic supply. ensure that the process is restarted in a defined or controlled manner! CAUTION! The general rules of technology apply to applications planning and operation of the device! Failure to observe these rules may result in injuries and/ or damage to the device. Follow the instructions. turn off the pressure and vent the lines! Risk of electric shock. nearby equipment and the environment. However. check whether the positioner is suitable for the specific application case and check this out if required.

In the worst case scenario. The positioner. make up an optical and functional unit.10 111 Fax: 07940 . Slanted seat valves. straight seat control valves. And also on the internet at: www. If there are any discrepancies. please contact us immediately. Positioners Type 8692 and Type 8693 are electropneumatic positioner controllers for pneumatically actuated control valves with single-action or double-action drives. Observe the requirements in accordance with EN 100015 – 1 to minimise or avoid the possibility of damage caused by sudden electrostatic discharge. they will be destroyed immediately or will fail after start-up.NOTICE! GENERAL INFORMATION Electrostatic sensitive components/modules! The device contains electronic components which react sensitively to electrostatic discharge (ESD). Product Package Check immediately upon receipt of delivery that the contents are not damaged and that they correspond to the type and quantity as indicated on the delivery note or packing list. Process controller Type 8693 The positioner is integrated into a control loop. The position nominal value can be specified by an external unit signal. together with the pneumatic drive. Germany Contact address: Bürkert Fluid Control Systems Sales Center Chr. Also ensure that electronic components do not come into contact with a nearby power supply. The stroke of the valve is calculated from the process nominal value and the process actual value via the control parameters (PID controller).10 448 E-mail: info@de.buerkert.com 8 Bürkert English Company Locations English STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION Position controller Actuator drive Valve 9 Functions Position controller Type 8692 The position of the drive (stroke) is regulated according to the position set-point value.: 07940 . 10 English English 11 .-Bürkert-Str. The control valve systems can be used for a wide range of control tasks in fluid technology and. depending on the application conditions. different process valves from the Bürkert range can be combined with the positioner.com International Contact addresses can be found on the final pages of these operating instructions. diaphragm or ball valves are suitable. The process set-point value can be set by an external signal. 13-17 D-74653 Ingelfingen Tel.burkert. Contact with electrostatically charged persons or objects is hazardous to these components.

. triangle PT 100 . 1000 Hz / 1‰ of measured value > 300 mVss sine. control valve connections 14 English 7 lN / min (for aeration and deaeration) (QNn value according to definition when pressure drop from 7 to 6 bar absolute) optional: 130 lN / min (for aeration and deaeration) (only single-action) Input resistance for actual value signal 180 # at 4 .... • Ensure that the device is not exposed to direct sunlight or other heat sources.. the device and the environment. + 220 °C. 0 .. resolution < 0. 10 degrees below the lowest operating temperature Oil content class 5 max. + 50 °C Pressure range 3 . particle size 40 µm. ABS Sealing material NBR / EPDM English English 13 Pneumatic Data Electrical Data Control medium Connections Cable entry (24 V DC) or multi-pole plug (Profibus DP. max..1 °C Plug-in hose connector Ø6 mm / 1/4" on request: Socket connection G1/8 English 15 .20 °C or min. DeviceNet.. 7 bar Air output. 25 mg/m³ Temperature range of the compressed air 0 . VA. interior: PA 6.. particle density 10 mg/m³ Water content class 3 max. residual ripple 10 % Power input <5W Quality classes in accordance with DIN ISO 8573-1 Dust content class 5 max. 7 bar (connection: 1) Dimensions see data sheet Housing material exterior: PPS. + 55 °C Electrical connection module (here with multi-pole plugs) Protection class IP 65 / IP 67 according to EN 60529 (only if cables. square.20 mA / Resolution 12 bit 17 k# when frequency. PC.. 24 V DC) Power supply 24 V DC ± 10 % max. Control module with display and keys Heating above the permitted temperature range can endanger people.Operating Conditions TECHNICAL DATA Structure of positioner WARNING! Risk of injury from overheating of the control head.20 . plugs and sockets have been connected correctly) Mechanical Data Exhaust air connection (connection: 3) 12 Supply pressure connection 3 . Ambient temperature 0 ... pressure dew point .