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SCV-Series

Screw Refrigeration Compressor


Handl¡ng Manual

I\{AYEKAWA MFG. CO., LTf).


Tokyo, Japan
Safety Information
This manual has been prepared to assure safe and effective utilization of SCV Series screw
compressors.
Before commencing disassembly and reassembly service work on the compressor, read carefully and
understand the contents of this manual, which explains the structure of and work methods appropriate
for SCV Series screw compressors.
Any service work which disregards the instructions given in this manual may possibly result in a
serious accident.
Most accidents and problems encountered during operation are the result of negligence in observing
basic safety precautions or insufficient inspection or maintenance.
Read this manual carefully and have a thorough understanding of all the safety precautions and
instructions provided before carrying out operation, inspection or maintenance of an SCV series screw
compressor.

Safety and precautionary warnings provided in this instruction manual are classified into the following
categories:

A DANGER: "DANGER" indicates a hazardous situation in which failure to


observe all safety precautions will lead to death or serious injury
and major damage to the compressor system.

A WARNING: "WARNING" indicates a hazardous situation in which failure to


observe all safety precautions may lead to death or injury and
major damage to the compressor system.

A CAUTION: "CAUTION" indicates a hazardous situation in which failure to


observe all safety precautions could lead to injury or damage to
the compressor.

The safety and precautionary warnings contained in this instruction manual establish the minimum
level of safety required to perform maintenance work on the compressor. System operators and
maintenance personnel are advised to implement at their own responsibility any further safety activities
in line with the particular environment or location of the system.
Table of Contents
Safety lnformation
1. Introduction ...'..1 4.4.9 Suction Cover and Side Bearing . . ' . . .45
4.4.9.1 Disassembly ...'..'.45
2. General Description of MYCOM SCV-Series Scerw 4.4.9.2 lnspection ....45
Compressor '.'...2 4.4.10 Rotors, Casing and Variable Vi Slide
2.1 Refrigerant Compression Mechanism..'... ".8 Valve. .......45
2.1.1 Suction Phase' ........9 Disassembly .'.'.'..45
4.4.10.1
2.1.2 CompressionPhase' .. "......9 4.4.10.2lnspection'.....'...46
2.1.3 Discharge Phase. '.'..9 4.4.11 Bearing Head and Main Bearing......46
2.2 Êxplanation of Vi (lnternal Volumetric Ratio) . '9
2.3 ReasonsforAdjustingVi..... .'......9 5. Reassembly . ....47
2.4 Variable ViMechanism ......10 5.1 Bearing Head and Main Bearing ...' .47
2.5 ExternalAdjustmentof Vi.. .'..."'.11 5.2 Rotor Casing, Unloader Slide Valve, Variable Vi
2.6 Precautionswhen changing Vi.............'13 Head"
Slide Valve and Bearing .....48
2.7 OlherComponentMechanisms . "...15 Rotors.
5.3 Rotor Casing and . . . .49
2.8 Oil Flow.. .'.'......16 Cover.
5.4 Suction ...'..49
5.5 ThrustBearing. ....'.50
3 =-ll::"1Y':T :1lîY:ÌlliîÌ :::::::iï:::i; 5.6 BearingCover. '."..53
5.7 Balance Piston Cover, Unloader Cylinder and
3.1 Parts List.'. .....'..19 Piston'
Unloader ....53
3.2 LongitudinalAssemblyDrawing'.....31 5.8 UnloaderOover' '.'.'54
3.3 External Dimensions. ."....32 5.9 MechanicalShaltSeal'. .'.'.55
3.4 Table of Dimensions...'. .'..3S
6. Disassembly and Adjustment of Unloader
4. Disassembly of SCV-Series ...'. ......36 lndicator. .....'.56
4.1 PreparationsforDisassembly ........36 6.1 Disassembly and Adjustment of Unloader
4.2 Hand Tool Kit. .'...'.36 lndicator' .."56
4.3 Removing Compressor ..'.. .'..... .96 6.2 lnspection'...' ......57
4.3.1 RecoveringRefrigerant. "....36 6.3 AssemblyandAdjustment".. .......58
4.3.2 Disconnecting Auxiliary Equipment. . . .36
4,3.3 Raising and Removing Compressor...36 7. Standards of Components... .. .. .. ...'59
4.4 Sequence.'..'.......97
Disassembly End Clearance.... ....'.59
4.4.1 MechanicalSeal.' ....37 Mechanical Seal Assemblies and Compressor
Disassembly .........97
4.4.1.1 Model. ..........59
4.4.1.2 lnspection.'..'...'..38 Bolt Sizes. ....'.'59
4.4.2 Unloaderlndicator. ....."...99 LockNuts. .......59
4.4.2.1 Removing Unloader lndicator Bolt Fastening Torque. .........'60
Assembly. '....39 Thrust Bearing Gland Fastening Torque.........60
4.4.3 Unloader Cover. ... ..39 Lock Nut FasteningTorque. ....'.60
4.4.3.1 Disassembty .'.....'99 Stop Rigns. ......61
4.4.3.2 lnspection' ..........40 O-ring List..' ..'.61
4.4.4 Unloader Piston and Unloader Cylinder.40 CompressorOil'..... ....62
Disassembly .'......40
4.4.4.1 Selection of Compressor Oil.. ....'..62
lnspection. .........'41
4.4.4.2 Changing CompressorOil Brands. ........ ..62
4.4.5 Balance Piston Cover ........41 SCV-Series Gasket List'.. .....'.63
4.4.6 Balance Piston and Balance Piston Usability Limits of SCV-Series Screw Compressors.64
Sleeve. '.'..4i TheoreticalDisplacement.'.... ...'.....64
4.4.6.1 Disassembly .'...'..41 ConnectingPortDiameters..... .........64
4.4.6.2 lnspection .".42 HandToolKit'... .......'65
4.4.7 Bearing Cover' ."....42
4.4.7.1 Disassembly ........42 MYCOM Worldwide After-sales Service Networks
4.4.7.2 lnspection' .......'..43
4.4.8 ThrustBearing .......49
4.4.8.1 Disassembly .'......43
4.4.8.2 lnspection ....44
1. lntroduction
1.1 This manual has been prepared in order to assure safe and effective operation of the compressor.

Read this manual carefully and familiarize yourself with the structure and the operating principles and
procedures before disassembling and reassembling this compressor.

Failure to follow the instructions given in this manual may result in possible personal injury and/or
serious compressor damage.

A WARNING

¡ Should this product be operated carelessly and in disregard of the instructions given in this
manual, death or serious injury may result. Read this manual carefully before disassembly
or reassembly of this equipment. This manual must be kept in a convenient, easily-
accessible location near the system and should be studied periodically by those working
with the system.

o Maintenance work on this product should not be undertaken without a thorough


understanding of the instructions given in this manual.

o Prior to commencing any inspection or maintenance work on the product, read the safety
warnings provided at the beginning of this manual.

o Keep this manual in a convenient, easily-accessible location near the system and study it
frequently.

r lf this manual is lost or damaged, a replacement should be obtained immediately from


Mayekawa Mfg. Co., Ltd. or the nearest representative in your area.

. lf ownership of this product passes to another party, this instruction manual should always
accompany the compressor.

o Mayekawa Mfg. Co,, Ltd. reserves the right to make changes or improvements to its
products without notice. lt is possible, therefore, that some explanations given in this
manual may not apply to a particular machine. lf any uncertainty exists on the part of the
compressor operator, contact Mayekawa Mfg. Co., Ltd. or the nearest representative in
your area.

o Any questions regarding this manual or the product should be addressed to Mayekawa
Mfg. Co., Ltd. or the nearest representative in your area.

o Safety and warning labels are attached to the product. Do not remove these labels or allow
them to become dirty and unreadable.
1.2 Safety warnings in this manual

The following safety warnings are used in this manual.


All safety warnings are to be strictly followed. Failure to heed any safety warning may result in serious
injury or death.

2.6 Precautions when changing Vi

I onrucER
o Be sure to disconnect the power to the motor and control system before disconnecting
drive connection and control connection.

. lf the drive connection and control connection are disconnected without cutting the power
supply, electric shock or compressor rotation may occur, endangering life.

o lf power source turned on during inspection or maintenance service, compressor and oil
pump start operation, resulting in occurence of unforseen accident such as physical injury,
explosure of the pressure vessel, electric shock, etc.

o The Vi should be changed only when the compressor is stopped and the capacity control
mechanism is set to the no-load position. lf the Vi is changed while operating compresso¡
there is potential accident such as caught in rotating shaft, unexpected touch of the tool to
the rotating shaft, etc.

o When carrying out turning on/otf of the electric power source, special care must be taken to
free from electric shock.

4. Disassembly of SCV-Series

I oarucER
Be sure to disconnect the power to the motor and control system before disconnecting
drive connection and control connection.

lf the drive connection and control connection are disconnected without cutting the power
supply, electric shock or compressor rotation may occur, endangering life.

lf power source turned on during inspection or maintenance service, compressor and oil
pump start operation, resulting in occurence of unforseen accident such as physical injury,
explosion of the pressure vessel, electric shock, etc.
When carrying out turning on or otf of the electric power source, care must be taken to free
from electric shock,

4.2 Hand Tool Kit

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o Hand tools should not be modified.
Unreasonable modification of a tool may result in damage to the compressor or parts when
the tool is used.

¡ Deformed or worn-out tool or modified tool may have a risk of serious injury.

4.3.1 Removing Refrigerant

I wanNrNG
Confirm that the internal pressure of the compressor is the same as ambient air pressure
before disconnecting.

Should high pressure refrigerant gas or lubricating oil remained inside the compressor
crankcase, physical injury may occur due to blow out on disassembly such as suffocation,
faint, etc.

4.3.3 Raising and Removing Compressor

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o Compressor lifting and moving work should be carried out only by qualified personnel.

o lf the compressor is lifted by means other than described, it may be damaged. Always use
the method indicated in this manual.

. lf the compressor is not stabilized horizontally on the work bench, it may fall when being
worked on.
Also, if it is not properly supported, parts such as the coupling and shaft may be deformed
by stress.

o Disassembly and assembly work should never be carried out at the status of litting,
otherwise serious injury may result by drop of main body of compressor or component
parts on laborer.
4.4.7.1 Disassembly

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o Disassembly work must be carried out based on a full understanding of the compressor
and details of the disassembly work procedures.

¡ This instruction manual introduces disassembly procedures for compressor maintenance


work only.

. lf complete dis/reassembly work on the entire compressor is required, contact your nearest
MYCOM office or dealer for details.

o lf disassembly work is carried out carelessly, human life may be endangered and the
performance of the compressor may be degraded.

r lf non-genuine or modified parts are installed in the compressor, the performance may be
degraded and unexpected hazards may result.

o Care must be taken on handling heavy weight components of the compressor such as
main body, rotors, etc., using the hoist, crane, etc. as necessary, otherwise unexpected
hazardous circumstance of dropping down may result.

. Handling work of crane, hoist, etc. should be carried out only by qualified personnel,
otherwise there is potential risk of drop down of the component and serious injury may
result.

4.4.10.1 Disassembly

¿\ wnnNrNG
o Disassembly work must be carried out based on a full understanding of the compressor
and details of the disassembly work procedures.

o This instruction manual introduces disassembly procedures for compressor maintenance


work only.

o lf complete dis/reassembly work on the entire compressor is required, contact your nearest
MYCOM office or dealer for details.

o lf disassembly work is carried out carelessly, human life may be endan-gered and the
performance of the compressor may be degraded.

o lf non-genuine or modified parts are installed in the compressor, the performance may be
degraded and unexpected hazards may result.

o Care must be taken on handling heavy weight components of the compressor such as
main body, rotors, etc., using the hoist, crane, etc. as necessary, otherwise unexpected
hazardous circumstance of dropping down may result.

o Handling work of crane, hoist, etc. should be carried out only by qualified personnel,
otherwise there is potential risk of drop down of the component and serious injury may
result.
5. Reassembly

I oar,rcER
I Be sure to disconnect the power to the motor and control system before disconnecting
drive connection and control connection.

a lf the drive connection and control connection are disconnected without cutting the power
supply, electric shock or compressor rotation may occur, endangering life.

o lf power source turned on during inspection or maintenance service, compressor and oil
pump start operation, resulting in occurence of unforseen accident such as physical injury
explosion of the pressure vessel, electric shock, etc.

WARNING
¡ When carrying out turning on or off of the electric power source, care must be taken to free
from electric shock.

o Care must be taken on handling heavy weight components of the compressor such as
main body, rotors, etc., using the hoist, crane, etc. as necessary otherwise unexpected
hazardous circumsance of dropping down may result.

o Handling work of crane, hoist, etc. should be carried out only by qualified personnel,
otherwise there is potential risk of drop down of the component and serious injury may
result.

. lf non-genuine or modified parts are installed in the compressor, the performance may be
degraded and unexpected hazards may result.

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o When carrying out dis/reassembly work of the compressor, use an original hand tool kit
with no defect at all. Worn out, modified and/or unsuitable tool may result in damage to the
compressor or parts and unexpected injury when the tool is used.
5.6 Bearing Cover (16)

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Care must be taken on handling heavy weight components of the compressor such as
bearing cover, rotors, etc., using the hoist, crane, etc. as necessary, otherwise there is
potential risk of drop down of the component of the compressor or the main body on the
laborer.

Handling work of crane, hoist, etc. should be carried out by qualified personnel only,
otherwise there is potential risk of drop down of the component and serious injury may
result.

6. Disassembly and Adjustment of Unloader lndicator

I oerucER
o Be sure to disconnect the power to the motor and control system before disconnecting
drive connection and control connection.

o lf the drive connection and control connection are disconnected without cutting the power
supply, electric shock or compressor rotation may occur, endangering life.

o lf power source turned on during inspection or maintenance service, compressor and oil
pump start operation, resulting in occurence of unforseen accident such as physical injury
explosion of the pressure vessel , electric shock, etc.

¿\ wnnNtNG
o When carrying out turning on or off of the electric power source, care must be taken to free
from electric shock.

r Care must be taken on handling heavy weight components of the compressor such as
main body, rotors, etc., using the hoist, crane, etc. as necessary, otherwise unexpected
hazardous circumstance of dropping down may result.

r Handling work of crane, hoist, etc. should be carried out only by qualified personnel,
otherwise there is potential risk of drop down of the component and serious injury may

o lf non-genuine or modified parts are installed in the compressor, the performance may be
degraded and unexpected hazards may result.

I wenNrNG
o When carrying out dis/reassembly work of the compressor, rlse an original hand tool kit
with no defect at all. Worn out, modified and/or unsuitable tool may result in damage to the
compressor or parts and unexpected injury when the tool is used.
2. General Description of MYCOM SGV-Series Screw Compressor
lntroduction
The MYCOM SCV-Series Screw Compressor referred attempting to disassemble the unit for inspection. Read
to hereafter as the "SCV Series" incorporates numerous this instruction manual carefully before undertaking any
improvements. A variable Vi mechanism allows these work on the unit.
compressors to be adjusted readily for most operating This screw compressor is classified as a positive
conditions and a new tooth profile (O profile) has been displacement rotary type, lt compresses the refrigerant
introduced to further improve performance. gas continuously using the volume change between two
The basic construction of the SCV Series is the same rotating screw profile rotors.
as that of conventional standard MYCOM compressors Refrigerant gas is trapped in the clearance between the
except for the addition of the variable Vi mechanism. two mated rotors and pressure increased by decreasing
The operator should have a thorough understanding of the the volume. The refrigerant is then discharged as a high
compressor and the unit it is incorporated into before pressure gas.

( parts No.)
,,.*oon

Hex-head cap nut (522) Unloader indicator (l 20)

Var¡able Vi rod G44)


Unloader cylinder (60)
Unloader slide valve (54) Oil iniection hole Varìabte Vi stide valve 12g9i\
Male rotor (25)
Thrust bearing (38)

Balance piston (30)

Mechanical shaft
Seal (100)

..L porl
V Discharge

Female rotor (26)


O¡l return holé
Liquid in¡ect¡on connect¡ng port 2
Discharge gasoullet
Liquid in¡ection connecting port I
Oil feeding port lor side

Unloader oil feeding connect¡on port ll


Main lubricant feeding port

Oil return plug Oil inject¡on connecting port


Discharge gas pressure measur¡ng connect¡on port dra¡n
Unloader oil feeding connection port I
Control wir¡ng connecting metal l¡xture

Fig. 1 Compressor Structure

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2.1 Refrigerant Compression Mechanism (refer to Figs. have unsymmetrical profiles in contrast to conventional
1.2.31 screw compressor rotor lobes. This unsymmetrical
As shown in Fig. 1 and 2, a pair of mated helical gears, design reduces the triangular blow off hole between the
or rotors, is mounted in the compressor casing. The rotor casing and the rotors to 607o, minimizing leakage due to
having the four lobe section is called the male (M) rotor the pressure ditference.
while the one with the six lobe section is called the female Normally, the clearance between the leading edges of
(F) rotor. the rotor lobes and the casing is sealed by an oil film.
A two-pole motor connected directly to the M rotor drives With the SCV-Series, however, a change has been
the compressor at a speed of 2,950 rpm or 3,550 rpm (50 incorporated to raise the pressure of the oil film and the
Hz or 60 Hz). clearance between the casing and the lobe leading
Compressor efficiency is directly related to the shape of edges is wedge shaped.
the rotor lobes. ln the case of the SCV-Series, the rotors

Suction flange

Fig. 3 Rotor Rotation & the Compression Cycle


Fig. 2 Screw compressor Cross-sectional View

2.1.1 Suction Phase (refer to Figs. 4 and 5)


As shown in Fig. 4, the rotors of different lobe shape
mate and the clearance between the M and F rotors and
the casing expands gradually from the suction side as the
rotors rotates.
When the clearance reaches the maximum as the rotors
rotate further, this is sealed by the walls at both ends of the Fig.3-24 Fig.3-28
rotor and becomes independent.

Suction side
closed and sealed
Suction process

Fig. 4 Suction Phase Fig. 5 Suction Side Sealing


2.1.2 Compression Phase (refer to Fig. 6) Vi (internal volumetric ratio) is used to represent the
As the rotors further rotate, the suction side of the value of the decreased volume of suction refrigerant
clearance is sealed by the mating of the lobes and the when the groove aligns with the discharge port (or is
volume between the lobes decreases while the sealing line discharged).
moves toward the discharge side. This can be expressed as follows:
Volume of suct¡on reírigerant when compression begins
Vi =
Volume of same quantity of refrigerant at discharge port

ln other words, Vi is the ratio of the groove volume


after competition of suction to the volume when the
discharge port opens.
Conventional screw compressors have three fixed Vi
values, that is 2.63, 3.65 and 5.80, termed "L port," "M
Compression process
port" and "H port," respectively.

Fig. 6 Compression Phase


Consequently, the Vi
corresponding the to
compression ratio changes according to the refrigerant
2.1.3 Discharge Phase (refer to Fig. 7) used.
When the volume is decreased to the designated Vi, the For approximate values, refer to the graph given in
clearance between the discharge port and the rotors is Fig.12. The new SCV-Series, Maximizer Series Screw
linked and the refrigerant is pushed to the discharge side. Compressors, are designed so that the Vi can be adjusted
on site according to operating conditions.

2.3 Reasons for Adjustlng Vi (refer to Fig.9)


Operating conditions of refrigeration systems are not
always constant. As well, the same model of compressor
may be operated under a variety of pressure conditions,
e.9., air conditioning, cold storage and freezing
applications. ln the case of air conditioning and cold
storage, the conditions will vary depending on the need
for cooling, heating, low and high temperature.
Needless to say, compressors must be operated at
maximum efficiency under various conditions. The
drawback of the conventional compressor is that a fixed
Vi is established for the compressor during production.
Fig. 7 Discharge Phase This Vi can later be changed by machining the compressor
but is limited to change from a higher to a lower value
2.2 Explanation of Vi (l nternal Vol u metric Ratio) only. Variable Vi screw compressors in the Maximizer
(refer to Fig. 8) Series were developed as an answer to this drawback.
ln the case of a reciprocating compressor, the volume Many compressors of this type are used in special reefer
of the refrigerant sucked into the cylinder decreases and carrier applications, but because of the sophisticated
the refrigerant pressure increases as the piston ascends. structure and relatively high cost, they have not been
When the pressure exceeds the discharge side pressure popular for general applications.
and the force of the spring on the discharge plate valve, The SCV-Series, which incorporates a variable Vi has
the refrigerant in the cylinder pushed open the valve and consequently been developed for these general
passes to the discharge side. applications.
ln the case of the screw compressor, a volume of The Vi of the SCV-Series can be readily be changed
refrigerant is sucked into the groove between the rotors between L, M and H at the installation plant according to
and this volume decreases while pressure increases as operating conditions.
the rotors rotate. The process up to this point is the same With the fixed Vi of a conventional compressor,
as for a reciprocating compressor. When the volume is maximum etficiency can only be obtained when the
decreased to the designed Vi, the groove is linked to the system is operating at a pressure equivalent to the
discharge port and the refrigerant is pushed out. The designed Vi. Unnecessary power is consumed, however,
groove is linked to the discharge port according to the when pressure conditions diverge from the designed
volume of the groove and is not dependent on internal value , For example , if low compression ratio
pressure.
Suction gas volume

. Compression gas volume

H port discharge
Revolut¡on of rolor Revôlul¡on of rotor
Vi =L V¡ =H

Fig. 9 Relationship between Design


Fig. 8 lnternal Volume Ratio and Operating Cohditions

(high compression pressure or low discharge pressure) case of SCV-Series compressors, the stop position of the
operation is carried out using a conventional M port variable Vi unloader slide valve moves to the discharge
compressor (designed for a medium compression ratio), side and changes Vi by reducing the size of the radial
compression will exceed discharge pressure and power will port at full load operation.
be wasted. As Fig. 11 shows, the refrigeration capacity changes
Conversely, if the same M port compressor is used under only slightly under various Vi and other conditions.
high compression conditions (high suction pressure or high Refrigeration capacity is influenced considerably by shaft
discharge pressure), the discharge port opens before power but changes little in response to slight changes in
internal pressure has increased sufficiently, allowing operating conditions, as the diagram shows,
refrigerant to flow back from the discharge port. Power is consequently, once Vi is adjusted to the operating
also wasted. conditions, it is not necessary to alter it in response to
Obviously, if a compressor is expected to be operated for slight changes in operating conditions.
a long period of time under varying conditions, a variable Vi The Vi must be adjusted only when there are major
design is preferable to a fixed Vi type. For a conventional changes in operating conditions such as a change in the
compressor with a high Vi, the discharge port can be application of the compressor. For instance, when the
machined to lower the Vi but a unit with a low Vi cannot be operating conditions of the compressor are changed from
changed to a high Vi type. lf a higher Vi is needed, the cooling at approx. 0'C evaporative temperature to
compressor must be replaced with a new one. refrigeration at -40C evaporative temperature with the
compressor Vi set to the L port configuration, shaft power
2. VariableVi Mechanism (refer to Figs. 10.1 1) must be double. ln such a case it is advisable to change
The Vi of a conventional screw compressor is determined the Vi to the H port configuration. Similarly, if the
by the combination of the axial discharge port of the rotors compressor is to be used for refrigeration at an
on the bearing head and the radial discharge port of the evaporative temperature of 0C--30C, it is advisable
shaft (radial discharge port on the unloader slide valve). ln to set the Vi to the M port configuration.
the case of a conventional model, the axial and radial Temperature drops and the compression rat¡o "Vi"
elements are combined so as to exhibit particular increases as refrigeration progresses but Vi should not
characteristics at partial load. ln the case of SCV-Series be changed according to the varying conditions. The Vi
compressors, the Vi can be changed by altering the size of should be fixed during operation (when Vi must be
the radial port while maintaining the axial port at Vi S.10. changed according to operating conditions, a Maximizer
As shown in Fig, 104, the radial port of a conventional Screw Compressor, namely a new SCV-Series unit,
model becomes larger as Vi becomes smaller. ln the should be used).

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Fig. 11 Conventional Screw Compressor Capacity Curve

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2.5 External Adjustment of Vi (refer to figs. 12.13.14)
a) Determine Pd/Ps during operation based on the
anticipated operating conditions of the system.
H
V-Series Vi = Slide valve position
oAtÞõ _ Absolute value of discharge pressure
Fig. 10-A Difference between Conventional Absolute value of suction pressure
Discharge Poft and SCV-Series Discharge Port
_ Discharge gauge pressure + 1.033 kgf/cm2(0.1013MPa)
Suction gauge pressure + 1.033 kgf/cm'?(0.1013MPa)

b) Find Vifrom the compression ratio

u,= (#)" or viK


Pd
Ps
Vi can be found directly Írom the graph.
(working pressure ¡s, however, absolute
pressure) (Fig.12)

Fig. 10-B Oblique Sectional View of Variable


Vi Section of SCV-Series Compressor
c) Atter determining the port, set the capacity control
mechanism to the unload position.

d) Determine the number of turns needed on the Vi


changing rod for the particular compressor as given
in Fig. 13.

e) Remove the cap seal on the Vi changing rod and


loosen the lock nut.
Turn the Vi changing rod clockwise (CW) and confírm
that the variable Vi slide valve is at the maximum Vi
position and that the Vi changing rod does not rotate
(unreasonable force should be avoided when turning
the Vichanging rod). g) Set the capacity control mechanism to the full load
(Adjusted to H port configuration before shipment). position.
ln case of medium port (M port), turn the Vi changing lf the needle pointer of the capacity control indicator
rod clockwise (CW) until it stops and set the variabte indicates the specified port range on the dial, proper
Vi slide valve to the H port position. adjustment is confirmed.
An amplitude is provided between the M and H
Next, record the position of operation start (confirm graduations on the indicator dial because the M and
the position of the stamp on the screw head). H positions shift depending on whether the
Turn the Vi changing rod counterclockwise the compressor is a 160SML, 200SML or 250SML model
number of rotations indicated for the particular as well as on the rotor length, of which there are
compressor as given in Fig. 13. nine. Since the graduations on the dial are common
After adjusting, secure the lock nut (approx. 1112 of a to all models, an amplitude is provided. When the Vi
turn after contact with the casing). When securing the changing rod is adjusted the correct number of turns
lock nut, be sure that the Vi changing rod does not and the needle pointer position is within the specified
rotate out of position. range, adjustment can be considered correct.

P-V i P-V i
' Figures based on absolute pressure.
Gauge pressure x 1.03 = absolute pressure
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Øb Discharge pressure [Kg f/cm2 a]

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Ívi = (Pd,/Pql/l 184) vl


lvi = (Pd/Pql/t 84) vl

Fig. 12 Graphs for Determining Vi from Operating Suction and Discharge Pressure (R22, NHs)

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HPort.-MPort 2.6 Precautions when changing Vi.
H -'M 16OVS 16OVM 16OVL Aonrucen
Distance(mm) 18 23 27 Be sure to disconnect the power to the motor and
No. of turns 7.2 9.2 10.8 control system before disconnecting drive
H*M 2OOVS 20OVM 2OOVL connection and control connection.
Distance(mm) 23 28 34
No. of turns 6.6 B 9,7 lf the drive connection and control connection are
H*M 25OVS 25OVM 25OVL disconnected without cutting the power supply,
Distance(mm) 29
electric shock or compressor rotation may occur,
36.5 43
endangering life.
No. of turns 7.3 9.1 10.8
H -'M 32OVS 32OVM 32OVL
Distance(mm) 59 50 47
Aoarucen
No. of turns 13 11 10
' lf power source turned on during inspection or
maintenance service, compressor and oil pump start
operation, resulting in occurence of unforseen
HPofi-LPort accident such as physical injury, explosure of the
H*L 16OVS 16OVM 1 6OVL perssure vessel, electric shook, etc.
Distance(mm) 37 45 55
No. of turns 14.8 18 22
' The Vi should be changed only when the compressor
is stopped and the capacity control mechanism is set
H*L 2OOVS 2OOVM 2OOVL
to the no-load position. lf the Vi is changed while
Distance(mm) 46 57 69 operating compressor, there is potential accident
No. of turns 13.1 16.3 19.7 such as caught in rotating shaft, unexpected touch of
H-L 25OVS 25OVM 25OVL the tool to the rotating shaft, etc.
Distance(mm) 5B 72,5 87
No. of turns 14.5 18.1 21.8 Awnnrurruc
H*L 32OVS 32OVM 32OVL When carrying out turning on/off of the electric power
Distance(mm) 9B 98 105 source, special care must be taken to free from
No. of turns 21.5 21.5 23 electric shock .
Fig. 13 Vi Changing Rod Adjustment by Model

h) Secure the hex head cap nut (453) for the Vi changing
rod securely (rotate approx. 1l12lurn after contacting O Tnougn the L and H configuration port compressors are
provided with the locking mechanism, unreasonable force
casing) .
should never be applied.
Reference
Dimensions of screw used to change Vi. @ Do not use the variable Vi mechanism except for the
compressor other than L, M and H configuration port
Accordingly:
compressor, but for the L, M and H configuration port
Number of turns x pitch = Variable Vi slide valve
compressors only.
distance change,
O fne Vi should never be frequently changed within a small
160V M20 x P2.5 change in compression ratio which may experiences
200v M30 x P3.5 during daily normal operation. Unless otherwise
250V M36 X P4 substantial change in operating conditions (e.9., a change
in evaporative temperature) is required, adjustment of the
320V M36 X P4 Vi should be limited to twice a year according to seasonal
change, i.e., summer and winter seasons .

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ViAdjustment from H Port to M Port
Adjusted to H port setting before shipment

@ H - 100"/"

Process c)--e) 100% load indicates H port setting

Move unloader slide valve to H port or no-load position.


Process f)

I M-H
Process g) Move to M port position by turning Vi changing rod
counterclockwise. Determine the number of turns referring to
Fis. 13)

M - 1009ó

Move unloader slide valve from no-load position to full-load


position and confirm that 1007o is in range of M, then secure
adjusting screw.

Fig. 14 Vi Changing Procedures

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2.7 Other Component Mechanisms (refer to fig.15)

a) The radial load of the compressor is absorbed by c) A cam is provided to indicate the position of the
white metal-lined bearings while the axial thrust load variable Vi slide valve and unloader slide valve. The
on the rotors is absorbed by an angular contact ball capacity control ratio is shown on the dial indicator.
bearing. The balance piston of the SCV-Series Capacity control indication can be output to a remote
compressor M rotor is somewhat larger in diameter indicator using the electric circuit provided.
than that of a conventional screw compressor in order
to allow for a decrease in the oil pressure load which d) Compressor oilflow
is used for pressure ditference lubrication. Oil for lubrication and for injection is supplied from a
high pressure side oil tank by the pressure ditference
b) A new, single balance type mechanical shaft seal is with the low pressure side or by an additional pump.
used on the drive shaft to protect the shaft from Regarding oil injection, conventional compressors
refrigerant leakage. have oil injected into the triangular blow hole in the
The mechanical seal utilizes O-ring packing to allow mating portion of the unloader slide valve but SCV-
service with various different refrigerants. Series compressors utilize a system whereby oil is
A combination of carbon and metal is used to assure supplied from a fixed position on the M rotor side rotor
the durability of the frictional parts and the sealing casing.
etfect.
e) Unlike with conventional screw compressors, oil is
also supplied to the F rotor side bearing directly trom
the suction cover.

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For oil injection

Side bearing (F)


Balance piston
Side bearing
1 Main bearing
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Thrust bearing
*tr Shaft seal
I ."oïity control
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Lubrication line pressurized by pressure difference,.. Pressurized oil supplied to lubricating oil system at start-
up. Pressurized oil supplied for capacity control.

-ix s.. Oil returne hole


Balance piston

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Unloader sylinder
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Mechanicâl shaft seal

Oil injeclion hole


Slide valve for variable Vi

V¡ changing rod

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1)160V{<*Parts List

3.1 Parts List


No. EX Parts Name Code No Remarks VSD VMD VLD VSG VMG VLG
Main Rotor Casing CSOOIO.DVS I 60VS*
I Main Rotor Casing CSOOIO-DVM l60vM* I

I Main Rotor Casing CSOOlO-DVL l60vL*


2 Hexagon Socket Heacl Cap Screw NB35l2-04s Ml2X45 52 52 52 52 52 52
3 Alignment Pin NE20l3-040 ö t3x40 4 4 4 4 4 4
4 Hanger Bolt N86000-016 M16 I
5 Suction Cover CSOO5O-DVD l60v** I
6 Gasket, Suction Cover cs006r-DV I6OLDV I
8 Spring Pin NE3204-010 í 4xt0 2 2 2 2 2 2
9 "O"ring PA240t-046 JISB24OI IA P46 I
10 A Plug NF0600-08 Rr/4 I l
0 B Plug NF0600-08 R l/4 l
0 C Plug NF0600-r0 R3/8 I
0 D Plug NF0600-10 R3/8 I I
Bearing Head CSOI IO-DVD l60vx*
Bealing Head CSOI IO-DVG l60v*G l
2 Gasket, Bearing Head csol2l-DV I6OLDV I l I
3 Hanger Bolt N86000-012 Mt2 I I I
4 Spring Pin N83204-0r0 ó4xt0 2 2 2 2 2 2
6 Bearing Cover CSOI60.DVD I60V** I I

6 Bearing Cover CSOI6O-DVG l60v*G I


7 Gasket, Bearing Cover CSOITO-DVD l60v** I I I
7 Gasket, Bearing Cover' CSOITO-DVG l60v*G I
8 I Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw NB35l2-040 Ml2X40 l9 l9 t9 24 24 24
8 2 Hexagon Socket Heacl Cap Screw NB35 I 2-080 M12X80 7 7 '1

9 Alignment Pin NE20r0-040 d 10x40 2 2 2 2 2 2


20 Spring Pin NE3203-010 d3xr0 I
22 Balance Piston Cover CSO22O-DVD I 60V** I
23 Gasket, Balance Piston Cover cs023 r-D 160**:* I
24 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw NB35l0-025 Ml0x25 ll ll I U
25 Male Rotor' l60vs* I
CS025O-DVS
26 Female Rotor t60vs*
25 Male Rotor l60vM* I

26 Female Rotor l60vM*


25 Male Rotor l60vL* I
CSO25O-DVL
26 Female Rotor t60vL* I
Main Bearing j¡*
27 CSO27O-DRT l60tr 2 2 2 2 2 2
28 Side Bearins CS028O-DR T I 60* ** 2 2 2 2 2 2
29 Stop Ring NGI100-102 Hl02 4 4 4 4 4 4
30 Balance Piston CSO3OO-DH 160**H l
3r Key, Balance Piston cs03 l0-D 160*** I I
32 Stop Ring NG r 200-050 s50 I I

32 Stop Rinp NGr200-050 s50 l I


JJ Sleeve, Balance Piston CSO33O-DH I 60**H I I
34 Set Screw NA8606-0rs M6X 15 2 2 2 2 2 2
35 "O"r'ing PA2402-095 ISB24OI IA G95 l I l
36 Spacer cs0360-D 60**t¡ I I I
3'l Stop Ring NGr 100-102 Ht02 2 2 2 2 2 2
37 Stop Ring NGI100-102 Hl02 2 2 2 2 2 2
38 Thrust Bearing cs0380-D 72l2AFADFC7P5a 2 2 2 2 2 2
39 Lock Nut NG3 r00-12 ANI2 2 2 2 2 2 2
40 Lock Washer NG3200- r 2 AWl2 2 2 2 2 2 2

41 pacer,Thrust Bearins Outer Race cs04r0-D 60t¡'r *:


2 ') 2 2 2 2
42 pacer,Thlust Bearing Alignrnent cs0420-D 60**rr 2 2 2 2 2 2

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1)160V**Parts List

No. EX Parts Name Code No I Remarks VSD VMD VLD VSG VMG VLG
43 Thrust Bearing Gland cs0430-D l160:r,¡* 2 2 2 2 2 2
45 Hexagon Head Bolt NBl5r0-030 lMr0x30 8 8 8 8 8 8
46 Lock Washer cs0460-D 160*rr* 8 8 8 8 8 8
48 Retainer,Oil Seal cs0480-D 160>:.** I I I
49 "O"ring PA2402-090 JISB24OI IA GgO I I I
50 Oil Seal cs050l-D sA55X70X9 I I 1

5l Seal Cover CSO5IO-DB 160*rr* I I


5l Seal Cover CSO5IO.DHE ,66*** 1HE) I
52 Gasket. Seal Cover cs052l-D 160*t¡i¡
-53 Hexagn Socket Head Cap Screw N83508-025 M8X25 8 8 I 8 I 8
54 Unloader Slide Valve t60vs*
CS0540-DVS
54 Unloader Slide Valve (Difch) 6OVS*
54 Unloader Slide Valve 6OVM*
CS0540-DVM
54 Unloader Slide Valve (Ditch) 6OVM*
54 Unloader Slide Valve 60VL* I
CSO54O.DVL
54 Unloader Slide Valve (Ditch) 6OVL* I
58 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw N83506-030 M6X30 5 5 5 5 5 5
60 Unloader Cylinder CS0600-DV l60v** I I
6l Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw NB35l0-025 Mr0x25 2 2 2 2 2 2
62 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw NB35l0-065 Ml0x65 6 6 6 6 6 6
63 "O"ring PA2402-125 JISB24OI IA GI25
64 Unloader Piston cs064l-D I 60***
65 "O"ring PA240l-100 JISB24OI IA PIO(
66 Cap Seal cs0660-D CAP-IBEIOO I
67 Push Rod,Unloader Slide Valve CSO67I -DV l60v**
68 Guide Pin cs0680-03 d 3x8 I
69 Lock Nut NG3100-05 ANO.5 2 2 2 2 2 2
70 Lock Washer NG3200-05 AW05 2 2 2 2 2 2
73 "O"ring PA240t-021 JISB24OI IA P2I l I I
74 Unloader Cylinder Cover cs0740-D I 60*** I I I
75 "O"ring Pp'2402-n0 JISB24OI IA GI I( I I l
76 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw N83508-02s M8X25 8 8 8 8 8 8
77 Indicaror CAM CSOTTO.DVS I 60VS* I
71 Indicator CAM cs0770-DvL l60vM*,l60vL* I I
7'7 Indicaror CAM cs0770-DVL l60vM*,l60vL*
78 Ball Bearing cs0780-E #6000
79 Stop Ring NG r200-010 sr0
79 Stop Ring NGl200-0r0 sl0
80 Bearing Gland cs0800-E 200***
8l Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw N83506-0 rs M6X 15 3 3 J 3 3 J
82 V"rinÊ CSO820-EB 20xt0xt2 I I
83 Spring cs0830-E 200**x I
84 Retainer,lndicator Carn Spring cs0840-E 200*i¡* I
9l Shaft Key cs09 I 0-D I 60*** I I
92 Suction Flange cs7 140- 125 MYKI25A I l
93 Gasket,Suction Flange cR720r-r25 I I
94 Hexagon Head Bolt NB 1220-055 M20 X 55 8 8 8 8 8 8
e4 I Hexagon Head Bolt NB 1220-055 M20 X 55 8 8 8 8 8 8
95 I Discharge Flange cs7l40-t00 MYKr00A(4") I
9sI Discharge Flange cs7l40- l0l MYKIOOCD I I
e6 I Gasket.Discharse Flanee cR720r-r00 l
97 Hexagon Head Bolt NB 1222-055 M22X55 4 4 4 4 4 4
98 Spring Pin NE3203-012 ó3xt2 2 2 2 2 2 2
r00 Mechanical Seal Assembly CSIOOI-DV BOS-TI I l I

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1X60V**Parts List

No. EX Parts Name Code No Remarks VSD VMD VLD VSG VMG VLG
t20 Unloader Indicator Assembly CS I 209-OEF I
t31 Dial,Unloader Indicator CS I37O-EVD 200vL* I
235 Spacer,Discharge Flange FXl0r0-ró0
236 Gasket,Discharye Flange Spacer cs236l-D I
237 Torsional Slip Washer cs2370-D 160* *>¡ 2 2 2 2 2 2
250 Thrust Washer cs2500-D l60t¡*x 2 2 2 2 2 2
267 Special Spring Washer ND3300-06 M6 5 5 5 5 5 5
289 Variable V Slide Valve CS2890.DVS l60vs* I

289 Variable V Slide Valve CS289O-DVM l60vM*


289 Variable V Slide Valve CS289O.DVL l60vL* l
325 "O"ring PA240 l -030 JISB24OI IA P3O 2 2 2 2 2 2
326 Gland,"O"ring cs3260-DV I I I I
25t Flange (for Electromizer) cR7400-025 MYK25A I I I
252 Gasket, Flange (fol Electrornizer) cR720l-025 I I l I
253 Hexagon Head Bolt NBr5t2-035 M12X35 4 4 4 4 4 4
254 Flange (for Aquarnizer) cR7400-020 MYK2OA I I I l
255 Gasket, Flange (fol Aquamizer) cR720r-020 I I I I
256 Hexagon Head Bolt NB l5l2-035 Ml2X35 2 2 2 z 2 2
420 Spacer,Unload Position CS42OO-DVS l60vs* I
420 Spacer,Unload Position CS42OO-DVM l60vM* I
42t "O"ring PA240l-030 JISB24OI IA P3O 2 2
432 "O"ring P1^2402-085 irsB240l lA G85 4 4 4 4 4 4
433 "O"ring PA2402-085 JISB24OI IA G85 4 4 4 4 4 4
444 Vi Adjusting Rod CS444O.DVS l60vs* I
444 Adjusting Rod CS4440-DVM l60vM* l
444 Adiusting Rod CS444O.DVL l60vL* I

446 Square Washer CS4460-DV I I l


448 Tefion Bushing CS448O-DV I I l
449 Thrust Washer cs4490-DV 2 2 2 2 2 2
450 "O"ring PA240t-025 JISB24OI IA P25 2 2 2 2 z 2
451 "O"ring PA240t-025 JISB240l lA P25 I I I
4s2 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Scrcw N83504-010 M4X IO I I I
453 Hexagon Nut NCl400-24 M24 I I I
456 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw NB3505-010 M5X IO 2 2 2 2 2 2
45't Spling Washer ND3300-r2 l2 52 52 52 52 52 52
458 Plus NF0600-04 Rl/8 4 4 4 4 4 4
459 Plus NF0600- ls RU2
522 Domecl Cap Nut NC92l0-24 M24
523 "O"rins PA240t-025 JISB24OI IA P25
533 Spring Washer ND3300-04 4 I
605 Plug NF0600-15 R|t2 I
507-Al Plug NF0600-04 Rl/4 I
507-B Plus NF0600-04 Rl/4 I

is0-Al Conical Spring washer M24Tyoe I

580-B Conical Spring washer M24Type l

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2)200V*{<Parts List

No. EX Parts Name Code No Remarks VSD VMD VLD VSG VMG VLG
I Main Rotor Casing CSOOIO-EVS 200vs*
I Main Rotol Ca ng CSOOIO.EVE 200vM* I
I Main Rotor Cas n8 CSOOIO.EVL 200vL*
2 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw NB3s l6-050 M16X50 50 50 50 50 50 50
J Alignment Pin NE20r6-055 d 16x55 4 4 4 4 4 4
4 Hanger Bolt N86000-020 M24 I
5 Suction Cover CSOO5O.EVD 200v** I
6 Gasket, Suction Cover' CSOO6I-EV 20OLDV t I
8 Spring Pin NE3206-0 l 2 6 6xt2 2 2 2 2 2 2
9 "O"ring PA2402-060 JISB24OI IA G6O
0 A Plug NF0600-10 R3/8
0 B Plug NF0600-08 Rr/4
0 C Plug NF0600-15 RT12 I
0 D Plug NF0600-r5 Rt12
I Bearing Head CSOI IO.EVD 200v** I
I Bearing Head CSOI IO.EVG 200v*G I I
jr *:
2 Gasket, Bearing Head csol2l-EV 200tr I I l I
3 Hanger Bolt NBó000-0r2 Mt2 I I I I l
4 Spring Pin N83206-012 ó6xt2 2 2 2 2 2 2
6 Bearing Cover CSO 60-EVD 200v** I I
6 Bearing Cover CSO 60.EVG 200v*G l I
7 Gasket, Bearing Cover CSO 7O.EVD 200v** I I
7 Gasket, tsearing Covel CSO 7O-EVG 200v*G I I
l8 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw NB35 l6-050 Ml6X50 t5 l5 l5 l8 t8 l8
r8 2 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw NB35l6-075 Ml6x75 8 8 8
l9 3 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw NB35 l6-065 M16X65 6 6 6 6 6 6
20 Alignment Pin NE20l0-050 ó 0x50 2 2 2 2 2 2
22 Spring Pin N83203-0r0 d3xr0
23 Plug NF0600-04 Rr/8
24 Balance Piston Cover CS0220-EVD 200v**
25 Gasket, Balance Piston Cover cs023 l -E 200***
26 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw M12X30
NB35 r 2-030 I I I lt ll
25 Male Rotor 200vs*
CS025O.EVS
26 Female Rotor 200vs* I
25 Male Rotor 200vM* I
CSO25O-EVM
26 Fenlale Rotor 200vM* I
27 Male Rotor 200vL*
CS025O.EVL
28 Female Rotor 200vL*
27 Main Bealing j¡* t¡
CSO27O-ERT 200 2 2 2 2 2 2
28 Side Bearins CS02SO.ERT 200*ì!* 2 2 2 2 2 2
29 Stop Ring NGI100-130 Hl30 4 4 4 4 4 4
30 Balance Piston CS03OO.EH 200*DH I I I I
3t Key, Balance Piston cs03l0-E 200t¡** l I
32 Stop Ring NGl200-065 s65 I l
32 Stop Ring NGl200-065 s6s I I
-t -t Sleeve, Balance Piston CS033O-EH 200*DH I I I
34 Set Screw N48608-015 M8X 15 2 2 2 ) 2 2
35 "O"ring PA240l-t20 JISB24OI IA PI20 I I I I
36 Spacer cs0360-E 200*r¡x I I I
37 top Ring NGI100-130 Hl30 2 2 2 2 2 2
JI Stop Ring NGI 100-r30 H 130 2 2 2 2 2 2
38 Ihrust Bearing cs0380-E 3l3AFADFC7P5a 2 2 2 2 2 2
39 Lock Nut NG3l00- l3 ANI3 2 2 2 2 2 2
40 Lock Washer NG3200- r 3 AWl3 2 ') ') ') 2 2

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2)200V**Parts List

No. EX Parts Name Code No Remarks VSD VMD VLD VSG VMG VLG
4t Spacer,Thrust Bearing Outer Race cs04l0-E 200*** 2 2 2 2 2 2
42 Spacer,Thrust Beating Alignment cs0420-E 200**ir 2 2 2 2 2 2
43 Thrust Bearing Gland cs0430-E 200**:Ì 2 2 2 2 2 2
45 Hexagon Heacl Bolt NB l5l2-035 M12X35 8 8 8 8 8 8
46 Lock Washer cs0460-E 200*** 8 8 8 8 8 8
48 Retainer,Oil Seal cs0480-EV 2OOV** BOS TYPE I
48 Retainer,Oil Seal cs0480-E 200*** uv-4 TYPE I

49 "O"ring P42402-n5 JISB24OI IA GI I5 I


50 Oil Seal cs050l-EV SAIJ 65 X 85 X I2
5l Seal Cover CSO5I O.EB 200***
5t Seal Cover CSO5IO-EHE ,ggxx* (HE)
52 Gasket, Seal Cover cs052l-E 200***
53 Hexagn Socket Head Cap Screw NB35l0-025 Ml0x25 I 8 8 8 8 8
54 Unloader Slide Valve CSO54O-EVS 200vs* I
54 Unloader Slide Valve cs0540-EVM 200vM*
54 Unloader Slide Valve CS054O-EVL 200vL*
58 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw N83508-045 M8 X45 5 5 5 5 5 5
60 Unloadel Cylinder CS0600-EV 200v** I
6t Hexagon Socket Heacl Cap Screw NB35 r 2-030 Ml2 X 30 2 2 2 2 2 2
62 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw NB35l2-075 Mt2X75 6 6 6 6 6 6
63 "O"ring PA2402-t50 JrsB240l lA Gl50
64 Unloader Piston cs064r-E 200.*r<*
65 "O"ring PA240t-125 JISB24OI IA PI25
66 Cap Seal cs0660-E CAP.3BEI25
67 Push Rod,Unloader Slide Valve CSO67I-EV 200v**
68 Guide Pin N83205-0 I2 ísxt2
68 Guide Pin cs0680-05 6 sxt2
69 Lock Nut NG3l00-07 ANOT
70 Lock Washer NG3200-07 AW07
73 "Oring PA2402-030 JISB24OI IA G3O
74 Unloader Cylinder Cover cs0740-E 200*x*
75 "O"ring PA2402-t35 JISB24OI IA GI35
76 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw NB35l0-025 Ml0x25 8 8 8 8 8 8
77 Indicaror CAM CS077O-EVS 20Ovs* I
77 Indicator CAM CS077O-EVL 200vM*,200vL* I l
77 Indicator CAM CS077O-EVL 200vM*,200vL*
'78 Ball Bearing cs0780-E #6000 I I
I
79 Stop Ring NG1200-010 sr0 I I I
79 Stop Ring NGl200-010 sl0 I I I
80 Bearing Gland cs0800-E 200*r¡* I l I

8r Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw NB3506-015 MóX 15 3 3 J 3 3 3


82 "V"ring CS082O.EB 20xtOxt2 I
83 Sprins cs0830-E 200*** I
84 Retainer,lndicator Carn Spring cs0840-E 200**'¡ I

9t Shaft Key cs09r0-E 200xrr*


92 Suction Flange cs7l40-r50 MYKr50A(6")
93 Gasket,Suction Flange cR720l- 150 MYKI5OA
94 Hexagon Head Bolt NB 1222-0s5 M22X55 8 8 8 8 8 8
95 Discharse Flanse cs7t40-125 MYKr25A(5") I
95 Discharge Flange cs7l40-r26 MYKI25CD I
96 Gasket,Discharse Flanse cR720t-tzs MYKI25A I I
97 Hexagon Head Bolt NB 1220-055 M20 X 55 8 8 8 8 8 8
00 Mechanical Seal Assernbly CS IOOO-EV BOS TYPE I I

20 Unloader Indicator Assembly CS I 209-OEF I I

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2)200V>FicParts List

No. EX Parts Name Code No Remarks VSD VMD VLD VSG VMG VLG
t37 Dial,Unloader Indicator CS I37O.EVD t=l I I
2t5 Flange,Lubrication Oil Supply cR7400-020 MYK20A(3/4") I I
216 Gasket,Lubrication Oil Supply Flange cR720l-020 MYK2OA I I
217 Hexagon Head Bolt NBl5l2-03s Ml2 X 35 z 2 2 2 2 2
235 Spacer,Discharye Flange FXr0r0-200 200**'r
236 Gasket,Discharge Flange Spacer cs236l-E 200t¡i¡t¡ I
237 Torsional Slip Washer cs2370-E 200*** 2 2 2 2 2 2
250 Thrust Washer cs2500-E 200**'¡ 2 2 2 2 2 2
25t Flange (for Electromizer) cR7400-032 MYK32A(l"l/4) I l I
252 Casket. Flange (for Electromizer) cR720t-032 MYK32A I I I
253 Hexagon Head Bolt NBr5t2-040 Ml2X40 4 4 4 4 4 4
254 Flange (for Aquamizer) cR7400-025 MYK25A(1") I I I l
255 Gasket, Flange (for Aquamizer) cR720l-025 MYK25A I I I I I
256 Hexagon Heacl Bolt NB r512-035 Ml2X35 4 4 4 4 4 4
267 Special Spring Washer ND3300-08 M8 5 5 5 5 5 5
289 Variable Vi Slide Valve CS2890-EVS 200vs* I
289 Variable Vi Slide Valve CS289O-EVM 200vM* I I
289 Variable Vi Slide Valve CS2890-EVL 200vL* I
32s "O"ring PA240t-040 JISB24OI IA P4O 2 2 2 2 2 2
326 Gland,"O"Ring CS3260-EV I I I
420 Spacer,Unload Position CS42OO.EVS 200vs* I
420 Spacer,Unload Position CS42OO-EVM 200vM* I
421 "O"ring PA240l-040 JISB24OI IA P4O 2 2
432 "O"ring PAt5t7-022 wG22 4 4 4 4 4 4
433 "O"ring PAl5l'7-022 wG22 4 4 4 4 4 4
444 Acljusting Rod CS4440-EVS 200vsx
444 Adjusting Rod CS444O-EVM 200vM* I
444 Adjusting Rod CS4440.EVI- 200vL*
446 Vi Square Washer CS4460-EV I I I
448 Tefron Bushing CS448O-EV I I I I
449 Thrust Washer CS449O.EV 2 2 2 2 2 2
450 O"ring PA240t-035 JISB24OI IA P35 2 2 2 2 2 2
451 "O"ring PA240t-03s JISB24OI IA P35 I l I
452 Hexagon Socket Heacl Cap Screw NB350s-0 r s M5X15 I I I
453 Hexagon Nut NCr400-30 M30 I I I
456 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Sct'ew N83505-0 r0 M5X IO 2 2 2 2 2 2
457 Spring Washer ND3300-r6 Mr6 50 50 50 50 50 50
458 Plug NF0600-04 R t/8 4 4 4 4 4 4
459 Plug NF0600-20 R3/4
522 Dorned Cap Nut NC92l0-30 M30 I
523 "O"ring PA240l-035 JISB24OI IA P35
528 Sleeve,Oil Seal CS5280-EV 200v*x
s29 Set Screw N48606-005 M6X5 2 2 2 2 z 2
533 pring Washer ND3200-05 M5
605 Plug NF0600-20 R3/4 I
r07-Al Plug NF0600-04 R l/4 I
r07-Bl Plug NF0600-04 Rl/4 I
t8o-Al onical Spring washer M30 Type I I
t8o-B I 3onical Spring washer M30 Type I l

24
3)250V{<*Parts List

No. EX Parts Name Code No Remarks VSD VMD VLD VSG VMG VLG
Main Rotor Casing CSOOIO-FVS 250VS* I
Main Rotor Casing CSOOIO-FVM 250VM* I l
Main Rotor Casing CSOOIO.FVL 250YL* I

2 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw N83520-065 M20x65 44 44 44 44 44 44


3 Alignment Pin NE20r6-070 ó t6x70 4 4 4 4 4 4
4 Hanger Bolt N86000-024 M24 I I I I

5 Suction Cover CSOO5O.FVD 250*tst¡ I I I

6 Gasket, Suction Cover CSOO6I.FV 25OLDV I I

7 Hanger Bolt N86000-012 Mt2 2 2 2 2 2 2


8 Spring Pin NE3206-0r2 ó6xt2 2 2 2 2 2 2
9 "O"ring PA2402-06s JISB24OI IA G65
0 A Plug NF0600-r0 R3/8
0 B Plug NF0600-08 Rl/4
0 c Plug NF0600-20 R3l4
0 D Plug NF0600-15 Rl/2
I Bearing Heacl CSOI IO-FVD 250V**
I Bearing Head CSOI IO-FVG 250VxC I I
) Gasket, Bearing Head CSOI2I-FV 250tr*tr I
J Hangel Bolt N86000-012 Mt2 I I
4 Spring Pin N83206-012 ó6xt2 2 2 2 2 2 2
6 Bearing Cover CSOI6O-FVD 250V**
6 Bearing Cover' CSOI6O-FVG 250V*G I I
7 Gasket, Bearing Cover CSOITO.FVD 250V**
7 Gasket, Bearing Cover CSOITO-FVG 250V*G I
8 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw NB35l6-050 Ml6x50 l8 l8 t8 22 22 22
8 2 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw NB35l6-090 M 6X90 I 8 8
8 J Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw NB35l6-070 Mlóx70 5 5 5 5 5 5

r9 Alignment Pin NE20r0-050 ó 0x50 2 2 2 2 2 2


20 Sprine Pin NE3203-010 d3xl0
2l Plug NF0600-04 R t/8
22 Balance Piston Cover CSO22O-FVD 250V*,*
23 Gasket. Balance Piston Cover cs023 t -F 250trrjrr
24 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Sclew NB35 r 2-030 Ml2 X 30 I I l I I
25 Male Rotor 250VS*
26 Female Rotor 250VS*
25 Male Rotor 250VM* I
CSO25O-FVM
26 Female Rotor 250VM* I I
25 Male Rolor 250VLx I
cs0250-FVL
26 Female Rotor 250VL* I
27 Main Bearing CSO27O-FRT 250t¡** 2 2 2 2 2 2
28 Side Bearine CSO28O-FRT 250*** 2 2 2 2 2 2
29 Stop Ring NGI r00-160 Hr60 4 4 4 4 4 4
30 Balance Piston CS03OO-FH 250*DH I I
3l Key. Balance Piston cs03 l0-F 250*t¡rr I I

32 Stoo Rins NGl200-080 s80


33 Sleeve, Balance Piston CSO33O.FH 250*DH I
34 Set Scrcw N48608-020 M8X20 2 2 2 2 2 2
35 "O"rins PA240l-150 JISB24OI IA PI5( I I I
36 Spacer cs0360-F 250t¡ t¡t¡ I I I I
3t Stop Rins NGI100-160 Hl60 2 2 2 2 2 2
5t Stop Rine NGI100-160 Hl60 2 2 2 2 2 2
38 Thrust Bearing cs0380-F 73l7AFADFC7P5a 2 2 2 2 2 2
39 Lock Nut NG3 r00- l7 ANIT 2 2 2 2 2 2
40 Lock Washer NG3200-17 AWlT 2 2 2 2 2 2

25
3)250V**Parts List

No. EX Parts Name Code No Remarks VSD VMD VLD VSG VMG VLG
42 Spacer,Thrust Bearing Alignment cs0420-F 250*** 2 2 2 2 2 2
43 Thrust Bearing Gland cs0430-F 250tr** 2 2 2 2 2 2
45 HexagonHeadBolt lNlelSl6-O+S Ml6x45 8 8 8 8 8 8
46 Lock Washer cs0460-F 8 8 8 8 8 8
48 Retainer,Oil Seal CS048O-FV 250V** I I
49 "O"ring PA2402-135 JISB24OI IA GI3J l I
50 Oil Seal cs050r-FV sAlJ 75Xl00xl3 I I
5l Seal Cover csos r0-F 250trt¡* I I I
5r Seal Cover CSO5IO-FHE ,59*x* (HE) l I I
52 Gasket, Seal Cover cs052 r -F- 250*x* I I I
53 Hexagn Socket Heacl Cap Screw NB35l2-030 M12X30 8 8 8 8 8 8
54 Unloader Slide Valve CS0540.FVS 250VS,r I I
54 Unloader Slide Valve ICSOS+O-FVVI 250VM* I
54 Unloader Slide Valve CS054O-FVL 250VL* I
58 I-lexagon Socket Head Cap Screw NB35 l0-055 Ml0x55 5 5 5 5 5 5
60 Unloader Cylinder ICSOOOO-¡v 250V** I I I I
6l Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw NB35l6-040 Ml6X40 2 2 2 2 2 2
62 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw NB35 r6-090 Ml6x90 6 6 6 6 6 6
63 "O"ring lptZqOZ-lgO JISB24OI IA GI90 I I
64 Unloader Piston I CSOO+ t -r 250**ir I I
65 "O"ring PA240l-t55 JISB240r rA Pl5 I
66 Cap Seal cs0660-F CAP.IBEI55
67 Push Rod,Unloadcr Slidc Valve CSO67 I.FV 250V**
68 Guide Pin NE3205-012 ó5xt2
Guide Pin
68 cs0680-05 ísxt2
69 Lock Nut NG3 r00-08 ANOS
70 Lock Washer NG3200-08 AW08
IJ "Oring PA2402-035 JISB24OI IA G35
74 Unloader Cylincler Cover cs0740-F 2-50***
75 "O"ring PA2402-170 JISB24OI IA GITO
76 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw NB35 r2-030 Mr2x30 8 8 8 8 8 8
7'l Indicator CAM CS0770-FVS 25OVS* I
77 Indicator CAM CS077O-FVL 25OVL/VM I
77 Indicator CAM CSO77O-FVL 250VL/VM I
78 Ball Bearing cs0780-E #6000 1

79 Stop Ring NGr200-010 sr0 I I


79 Stop Ring NG r200-010 sl0 I
80 Bearing Gland cs0800-E 200*+* I
8r Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw N83506-015 M6X 15 3 3 3 3 3 3
82 "V"ring CSO82O-EB 20xt1x12 I
83 Spring cs0830-E 200*** I I
84 Retainer,Indicator Cam Spring cs0840-E 200**t¡ I I I
9r Shaft Key cs09l0-F 250*lrlt I I
92 Suction Flange cs7 r 40-250 MYK250A(10") I I
93 Gasket,Suction Flange cR720l-250 MYK25OA I l
94 Hexagon Head Bolt NB r224-065 M24X65 t2 l2 t2 t2 t2 t2
95 Discharge Flange cs7 140- 150 MYKl50A(6") I
95 Discharge Flange cs7l40- l5l MYKI5OACD I I
96 Gasket,Discharge Flange cR720l-150 MYKI5OA I 1

97 Hexagon Head Bolt NB 1222-055 t/t22x55 8 8 8 8 8 8


98 Spring Pin NE3203-0r2 ó3Xt2 2 2 2 ) 2 2
00 Mechanical Seal Assernbly CS IOO I.FV BOS-EI I I I
20 Unloader Indicator Assembly CS I 209-OEF I I I I
215 Flange,Lubrication Oil Supplv cR7400-025 MYK2SA(1") I I I

26
3)250V*{<Parts List

No. EX Parts Name Code No Remarks VSD VMD VLD VSG VMG VLG
2t6 Gasket,Lubrication Oil Supply Flange cR720l-025 MYK25A I I
217 Hexagon Head Bolt NB 15 l2-035 M12X35 4 4 4 4 4 4
235 Spacer,Discharge Flange FXl0l0-250 250***
236 Gasket,Discharge Flange Spacer cs236 l -F 250***
237 Torsional Slip Washer cs2370-F 250**{< 2 2 2 2 2 2
250 Thrust Washer cs2500-F 250*** 2 2 2 2 2 2
251 Flange (for Electromizer) cs7 140-050 MYK50A(2") I
252 Gasket, Flange (for Electrornizer) cR720l-050 MYK5OA I I
253 Hexagon Head Bolt NB l5l6-045 Ml6X45 4 4 4 4 4 4
254 Flange (for Aquamizer) cR7400-032 MYK32A(l"l/4) I
255 Gasket, Flange (for Aquamizer) cR7201-032 MYK32A I
256 Hexagon Head Bolt NB t5l2-040 MtzX40 4 4 4 4 4 4
267 Spring Washer' ND3300-10 dl0 5 5 5 5 5 5
289 Variable V Slidc Valvc CS2890-FVS 25OVS*
289 Variable V Slide Valve CS2890-FVM 250VM* I
289 Variable V Slide Valve CS289O-FVL 250VL* I

325 "O"ring PA240t-046 JISB24OI IA P46 2 2 2 2 2 2


326 Gland,"O"Ring CS3260-FV 250V** I I I

420 Spacer,Unload Position CS42OO-FVS 25OVS* I


420 Spacer,Unload Position CS420t)-FVM 250VM*
421 "O"ring PA240t-046 JISB24OI IA P4O 2 2
432 "O"ring P42402-t35 JISB24OI IA GI35 4 4 4 4 4 4
433 "O"ring PA2402-t35 JISB24OI IA GI35 4 4 4 4 4 4
444 Adjusting Rocl CS444O-FVS 250VS* I
444 Adjusting Rod CS444O-FVM 250VM* I
444 Adiusting Rod CS4440-FVL 250VL* I
446 Square Washer cs4460-FV I I I
448 Tefron Bushing CS448O-FV I I I

449 Thrust Vy'asher CS449O-FV 2 2 2 2 2 2


450 "O"ring PA240l-040 JISB24OI IA P4O 2 2 2 2 2 2
451 "O"ring PA240l-040 JISB24OI IA P4O I I I I

452 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw NB3506-020 M6X20 I l I I


453 Hexagon Nul NCl400-36 M36 I I I
456 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw N83505-010 M5XIO 4 4 4 4 4 4
457 Spring Washer ND3300-20 M20 44 44 44 44 44 44
458 I Plug NF0600-15 RU2 I I I
458 2 Plug NF0600-04 Rr/8 2 2 2 2 2 2
458 3 Plug NF0600-08 Rl/4 I
4s9 Plug NF0600-15 Rl/2 I
522 Domed Cap Nut NC92l0-36 M36 I

523 "O"rins PA2401-040 JISB24OI IA P4O I


528 Sleeve,Oil Seal CS528O.FV 250V** I
529 Set Screw NA8606-0r0 M6X IO 2 2 2 2 2 2
533 prins Washer ND3300-06 M6 I
ó05 Plug NF0ó00-25 Rl" I
t07-Al Plus NF0600-04 Rt/+ I I
507-Bl Plus NF0600-04 Rl/4 I
5S0-Al Conical Spring washer M36 Tvpe I
580-B Conical Spring washer M36 Tvpe I

27
4)320V*DParts List

No. EX Parts Name Code No Remarks VSD YMD VLD


Main Rotor Casing CSOOIO-GSV 320VS*
Main Rotor Casing CSOOIO-GMV 320VM* I
Main Rotol Casing CSOOIO.GLV 320VLx
2 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw N83522-080 M24X80 52 52 52
J Alignrnent Pin NE2025-080 4 4
þ2sx80 4
4 Hanger Bolt N86000-030 M30 2 2 2
5 Suction Cover CSOO5O.GV 320Vxx I
6 Gasket, Suction Cover CS006O-GV 320V** I
7 Hanger Bolt N86000-016 Ml6 2 2 2
8 Spring Pin N83206-018 d 6x l8 2 2 2
9 "O"ring PA240l-058 JISB24OI 1A P58 I
l0 A Plug NF0600-20 R3/4 I
0 B Plug NF0600-ls RU2 2 2 2
Bearing Head CSOI IO-GV 320**t¡ I I
2 Gasket, Bearing Head csOl21-G 320xrr* I I
3 Hanger Bolt N86000-016 M16 I I
4 Spring Pin NE3206-018 d 6x l8 2 2 z
5 Plug NF0600-10 R3/8 I I
6 Bearing Cover CSOI6O-GV 320V*D I
7 Gasket, Bearing Cover' CSOITO-GV 320V*D I
r8 I Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw N83520-070 M20X70 t9 r9 t9
8 2 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw N83520-120 M20Xt20 l2 T2 t2
8 -t Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw N83520-120 M20X 120 6 6 6
9 Alignrnent Pin NE20l6-070 ó t6x70 2 2 2
20 Spring Pin NE3203-018 ó3xt6
2l Plug NF0600-08 Rl/4
22 Balance Piston Cover cs0220-G 320***
23 Gasket, Balance Piston Cover cs023 r-G 320*tr*i
24 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw NB35l6-045 Ml6X45 ll I
25 Male Rotor' 320S**
CS025O-GVS
26 Fenlale Rotor 320S**
25 Male Rotor 320M** I
CSO25O-GVM
26 Fe¡nale Rotor 320M** I
25 Male Rotor 320L** I
CSO25O-GVL
26 Female Rotor 320L** I
27 Main Bearing CSO27O-GRT 320j¡*tr 2 2 2
28 Side Bealing CS028O-GRT 320* t¡ tr
2 2 2
29 Stop Ring NGI r00-200 H200 4 4 4
30 Balance Piston CS03OO-GH 320**H I
31 Key, Balance Piston cs03l0-G 320*** I
32 Stop Ring NGl200-100 s 100 I I
JJ Sleeve, Balance Piston CSO33O-GH 320**H I I
34 Spring Pin NE3206-014 ó6xt4 I I
35 "O"ring P42402-t90 ISB240l lA Gl90 I I
36 Spacer cs0360-c 320xx!k l
37 Stop Ring NGI100-200 H200 2 2 2
JI Stop Ring NGr 100-200 H200 2 2 2
38 Thrust Bearing cs0380-G 732lAFADFP5a+KLl6BC2 2 z 2
39 Lock Nut NG3 r00-21 AN2I 2 2 2
40 Lock Washer NG3200-2r AW2t 2 2 2
42 pacer,Thrust Bealing Alignment cs0420-G 20*r¡x 2 2 2
43 Ihrust Bearing Gland cs0430-c 320'(** 2 2 2
45 Hexagon Head Bolt NB r520-055 M20X55 8 8 I
46 Lock Washer cs0460-G 20tr** 8 8 8

28
4)320V*DParts List

No. EX Parts Name Code No Remarks VSD VMD VLD


48 Retainer,Oil Seal cs0480-GV 320*'fx
49 "O"ring PA2402-160 JISB24OI 1A G160
50 OilSeal CSO5OI-GV sAlJ95 X l20X l3
5l Seal Cover CSO5IO.GB 320t'rr*
5l Seal Cover CSO51O-GHE 320ir*r¡ (HE)
52 Casket, Seal Cover cs052l-G 320t¡**
53 Hexagn Socket Head Cap Screw NB35l6-040 Ml6X40 8 8 8

54 Unloader Slide Valve 320VS*


CS054O.GVS
54 Unloader Slide Valve 320VS*
54 Unloader Slide Valve 320VM* I
CS0540-GVM
54 Unloader Slide Valve 320VM* I
54 Unloader Slide Valve 320VL*
CS054O-GVL
54 Unloader Slide Valve 320VL*
58 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw NB35l2-055 Ml2X55 5 5 5
60 Unloader Cylinder CS0600-GV 320V** I
6t Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw N83520-050 M20x50 2 2 2
62 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw NB3s20-r l0 M20X I l0 6 6 6
63 "O"ring PA2402-240 JISB24Ol IA,G24O

64 Unloader Piston cs0640-G 320rrr¡
65 "O"ring PA240t-200 JISB24OI IA P2OO

66 Cap Seal cs0660-G CAP-3BE2OO


67 Push Rod,Unloader Slide Valve CSO67I-GV 320V**
68 Guide Pin NE3206-016 ú 6xt6
68 Guide Pin cs0680-06 ó 6X t6
69 Lock Nut NG3l00-10 ANIO
70 Lock Washer NG3200-10 AWl0
73 "O"ring PA240l-044 JISB24OI IAP44
74 Unloader Cylinder Cover cs0740-G 320***
75 "O"rins PA2402-210 JISB24OI IA G2IO
76 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw NB35l6-040 Ml6X40 8 I 8
77 Indicator CAM CS077O-GVD 320VS*
77 Indicaror CAM CS077O-GVM 320VM*
77 Indicator CAM CS0770-GVL 320VL*
78 Ball Bearing cs0780-E #6000
79 Stop Rine NG1200-010 s10
79 Stop Ring NGl200-0r0 sr0
80 Bearing Gland cs0800-E 200L**
8l Hexason Socket Head Cap Screw N83506-015 M6X 15 J 3 J
82 "V"ring CSO820-EB 20x tOx t2
83 Sprins cs0830-E 200L**
84 Retainer,Indicator Cam Sprins cs0840-E 200L**
9l Shaft Key cs09l0-G 320tr*:k I
92 Suction Flange cs7l40-350 MYK350A(14") I
93 Gasket,Suction Flange cs093l-G MYK35OA I
94 Hexason Head Bolt NBt224-075 M24X75 l6 r6 t6
95 Discharge Flange cs7140-200 MYK200A(8") I I
95 Discharse Flanse cs7l40-201 MYK2OOCD I I

96 Gasket,Discharge Flange cR720l-200 MYK2OOA I I


97 Hexagon Head Bolt NB 1320-055 M20X55 t2 t2 t2
00 Mechanical Seal Assembly CSIOOO-GV BOS-EI I I
20 Unloadel Indicator Assembly CSI2Og-OEF I I
50 "O"ring PA2402-220 JISB24OI IAG22O 2 2 2
66 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Scrcw N83505-010 M5X IO 4 4 4
2t5 Flange,Lubrication Oil Supply cs7 140-040 MYK4OA(l r/2") I I

29
4)320V*DParts List

No. EX Pafts Name Code No Remarks VSD VMD VLD


2t6 Gasket,Lubricatio¡r Oil Supply Flanee CIR7201-040 MYK4OA t I
2t7 Hexagon Head Bolt NBr4l2-040 Ml2x40 4 4 4
2t8 Flange,ln jection Oil Supply cR7400-025 MYK25A(1") I I
2t9 Gasket,lnjection Oil Supply Flange cR720l-02s MYK25A I
220 Hexagon Heacl Bolt NBr4r2-040 Ml2X40 4 4 4
235 Spacer,Discharge Flange I
236 Gasket,Discharge Flange Spacer cs2361-G I
237 Torsional Slip Washer cs2370-G 320t<tr'3 ) 2 2
238 Shaft,lndicator CAM I
239 Spring Pin N83203-008 d 3x8 I
250 Thrust Washer cs2500-G 320*** 2 2 2
251 Flange (for Electromizer) cs7l40-080 MYK80A(3") I I
252 Gasket, Flange (for Electlomizer) cR720l-080 MYK8OA I I
253 Hexagon Head Bolt NB r520-055 M20X55 4 4 4
254 Flange (for Aquarnizer) cs7140-050 MYK50A(2") I I
255 Gasket, Flange (for Aquamizer) cR720l-050 MYK5OA I
256 Hexagon Head Bolt NB l5l6-045 Ml6x45 4 4 4
267 Special Spring Washer ND3300-12 Mt2 5 5 5
289 Slide Stop CS289O.GVS 320VSD I
289 Slide Stop CS289O-GVM 32OVMD
289 Slide Stop CS289O-GVL 320VLD I
326 Gland, "O" Ring cs3260-G I I
420 Spacer,Unload Position CS42OO-GVS 32OVSD I
420 Spacer,Unload Position CS42OO-GVM 320VMD
420 Spacer,Unload Position CS42OO-GVL 320VLD
421 "O"ring PA240r-058 JISB24OI IA P58 2 2 2
432 "O"ring P42402-165 JISB24OI 1A GI65 4 4 4
433 "O"ring PA2402-t65 JISB24Ol IA GI65 4 4 4
444 Adjusting Rod CS444O-GVS 320VSD I
444 Adiusting Rod CS4440-GVM 32OVMD
444 Ad.iusting Rod CS4440-GVL 320VLD
446 Vi Square Washer CS446O-FV 250V** I
448 Tefron Bushing CS448O-GV I
449 Thrust Washer cs4490-GV z 2 2
450 "O"ring PA240t-044 JISB24OI IAP44 2 2 2
45t "O"ring PA240l-05A JISB24OI IA P5OA
452 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw N83506-020 M6X20
453 Hexagon Nut NCl400-36 M36
458 I Plug NF0600-08 Rr 1/4
4s8 J Plug NF0600-08 Rl/4 J 3 -1

522 Domed Cap Nut NC92l0-36 M36 I 1

523 "O"ring PA240r-05A JISB24OI 1A P5OA I I


528 Sleeve,Oil Seal CS528O-GV I I
529 Set Screw NA8606-0r0 M6X IO 2 2 2
533 Spring Washer ND3300-06 66 5 5 5
s99 Guide Pin NE3206-016 ó 6xt6 I
600 Retainer,Vi Adjusting Rod CS6000.GV 20v*x 1

60r Flange,Lubrication Oil Inlet cR7400-020 MYK20A(314") I


602 Gasket,Lubrication Oil Inlet Flange cR720r-020 MYK2OA
603 Hexagon Head Bolt NB l4l2-035 Ml2X35 2 2 2
604 Vi Adjusting Rod Washer JIS 81256 36 I
605 Plug NF0600-32 Rl l/4 I
t07-Al Plug NF0600-04 Rl/4 I
Plug NF0600-04 R1/4 l
'07-Bl
580-Al Conical Sprins washer M36 Tvoe l
580-Bl Conical Sprins washer M36 Tvoe I

30
3.2 Longitudinal Assembly Drawing
Fig.17-1

ì*jí1
4"1 ,,.4..,

31
3.3 External Dimensions
Fig.17-2
¡ß Refer to Table of Dimensions
D Type

G Type

*@

Model 160-250

32
320V D type
Fig. 17-3

33
320V D Type
Fig.17-4

ru

Model 320

34
3.4Table of Dimensions
Type A B c D E F Lr H I J K L M N o P o R S T U U2
1 60VS{ 1027 280 +0.011 +0.027 +0.05
VM* 1072 347 325 360 40.5 91 64 45 -0.005 120 4.5 0 470 240 230 300 80 370 45 480 25 ó25 65
VL* 1117 370
200vs* 1199 363 +o.oi2 +o.o27 +0.05
VM* 1256 429 420 407 40.5 100 80 55 -0.007 150 50 570 290 280 360 100 460 50 560 30 ö23 95 93
VL* 1311 475
250VS* 1395 430
+0.012 +0.027 +0.05
VM' 1467 495 502 470 80.5 104 100 67 -0.007 180 60 715 385 350 460 110 580 50 680 40 ö23 100
VL* I 535 570
320VSD 796 576
1
+0.0t '|
+0.043 +0.05
VMD 1 884 620 664 600 45 156 126 85 240 80 890 450 440 540 155 720 65 850 50 ö33 145
VLD 1971 751

Type W X z a b c d e Í s h k m n o p q
160VS*
140
VM* 22.5 39.5 40 25 210 24.5 24.5 5 127 216 230 174 410 210 200 102.5 302 187.5 70 162.5 10 132.5
VL+
207
200vs* 184.5
G)
('r VM* 30.s 64.5 63 30 260 39.5 39.5 t5 160 251 .5 248 199 510 260 250 128 381.5 224.5 145 241.5 18 168
VL* 296.5
250VS*
215
VM* 30.s 69.5 70 30 320 34.5 34.5 15 198 307 375 331 640 320 320 '160 442 257 120 256.5 10 210
VL*
314.5
32OVSD
288
VMD 40 105 105 40 400 55 5 255 376 480 422 780 380 380 202 597 348 250 431 20 264
VLD
394

Type I s1 s2 t u x z H1 W1 weight(kg) Weight(kg)


v ó J1
160VS* 16OVSD 370 16OVSG 350
VM* 190 111 144 450 225 130 80 5 125 261 34 VMD 380 VMG 360
VL* VLD 390 VLG 410
200vs* 200vsD 630 2OOVSG 610
VM* 230 146 174 657 280 143 117 15 240 303 36 VMD 670 VMG 650
VL* VLD 700 VLG 680
250VS* 250VSD 1180 25OVSG 1120
VM* 248 176 199 779 335 186 134 20 290 388 57 VMD 1220 VMG 1180
VL* VLD 1300 VLG 1260
320VSD 32OVSD 2240
VMD 330 234 996 436 240 160 36 280 494 51 376 197 83 VMD 2480
VLD VLD 2640
4. Disassembly of SCV-Series
¿\ oer,rcen should be reduced to atmospheric or slightly lower pressure.
. Be sure to disconnect lhe power to the motor and control system The methods for
reducing pressure inside the
before disconnecting drive connection and control connection.
.lf the drive connection and control connection are disconnected compressor varies according to the type of compressor. ln
without cutt¡ng the power supply, electric shock or compressor the case of a Freon refrigerant system, the following
rotation may occur, endangering life. method should be used in order to prevent refrigerant gas
. lf power source turned on during inspection or maintenance
service, compressor and oil pump start operation, resulting in
from being discharged into the atmosphere.
occurence of unforseen accident such as physical injury, a) Transfer the refrigerant to the low-pressure side of the
explosion of the pressure vessel, eleclric shock, etc. system using a bypass valve.
b) lf the system incorporates two or more compressors,
draw out the refrigerant from one compressor to another
(while operating the other compressor).
' When carrying out turning on or off of the electric power c) Recover the refrigerant using a small, portable compressor.
source, care must be taken to free from electric shock.
Whatever the method, the compressor should be
disconnected with a slight positive pressure and the
4.1 Preparations for Disassembly temperature the same or slightly higher than ambient air
Disassembly work on a base-mounted compressor unit is temperature. lf it is disconnected with the inside under
limited to the shaft seal, thrust bearing, unloader cylinder vacuum and the temperature lower than the ambient air
and balance piston section. Disassembly and inspection temperature, air and moisture readily enter and may
work on other parts of the compressor should be done with condense, leading to freezing at low temperature.
the unit removed from the base and positioned for
maximum access and ease of disassembly. 4.3.2 Disconnecting Auxiliary Equipment
Disassembly and inspection work as well as handling of Disconnect parts such as the drive coupling,
compressor parts should only be undertaken after carefully suction/discharge piping, lubrication piping and other pipes
reading the instructions given in this manual. such as those for liquid injection and the economizer as
well as allcontrolwiring and mounting bolts,
4.2HandTool Kit (ref. page 55) *When removing piping, a drain pan should be positioned

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Hand tools should not be modified. Unreasonable modilication
under the joint being loosened to catch oil drips.

4.3.3 Raising and Removing Compressor


of a tool may result in damage to the compressor or parts when
the tool is used.
Deformed or worn-out tool or modified tool may have a risk of ¿\ wanr'rrr'rc
serious injury. ' Compressor lifting and moving work should be carried out only
by qualified personnel.
. lf the compressor is lifted by means other than described, it may
Common hand tools such as a hammer, monkey wrench, be damaged. Always use the method ind¡cated in this manual.
file, scrape¡ sandpaper (fine grain) as well as the hand tool ' lf the compressor is not stabilized hor¡zontally on the work bench,
it may fall when being worked on.
kit supplied with the compressor should be prepared prior
Also, if it ¡s not properly supported, parts such as the coupling
to commencing disassembly work. ln addition cleaning and shatt may be deformed by stress.
fluid, fresh lubricating oil, and waste cloth should be . Disassembly and assembly work should never be carried out at
available. the status of litting, otherwise serious injury may result by drop of
main body of compressor or component parts on laborer.
Work is best performed on a large surface plate
positioned on a suitably large work bench.
Needless to say, work should be performed in a location The weight of the suction piping bears on the suction port
which is well lit, dry and free from sand and dust. of the compressor. After removing the bolts securing the
pipe to the port, suspend the suction piping and cover the
4.3 Removing Compressor suction port flange.
4.3.1 Recovering Refrigerant

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. Confirm that the internal pressure of the compressor ¡s the same
as ambienl air pressure before disconnecting.
. Should high pressure refrigerant gas or lubricating oil remained
¡nside the compressor crankcase, physical injury may occur due
to blow out on disassembly such as sutfocation, faint, etc.

Refrigerant under high pressure is sealed up to the


check valve of the screw compressor unit. Before the
compressor is removed from the base, internal pressure Fig. 18 Lifting the compressor

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Lift the compressor and remove the 6-8 bolts (2) which 11) Slide valve for variable Vi (289) and unloader slide valve (54)
secure the bearing head, suction cover and rotor casing 12) Bearing head (11)and main bearing (27)
before placing the compressor on the work bench. These
bolts cannot be accessed once the compressor is sitting on 4.4.1 Mechanical Seal (100)
the work bench, 4.4.1.1 Disassembly
A new balance type single seal (100) is incorporated into
SCV-Series compressors. A combination of tungsten
carbide and carbon graphite is used for the frictional
surface of the seal and an O-ring is provided for packing.
As shown in Fig. 22, the balance type mechanical seal
functions well under a wide range of conditions. An oil seal
(50) is fitted to the inside of the seal to act as an oil
retainer. Because the frictional portion of the seal is subject
to wear due to the rapid rotation of the shaft, a sleeve (528)
is provided for the frictional portion on Models 200420
so that the friction portion can be replaced.
Fig. 19 Lower cover bolt
Since the compressor and its component parts are
heavy, the disconnection and lifting work involves some
danger. Take all necessary safety measure and arrange to
support the compressor on matching steel stands or square
timbers (100 mm x 100 mm).

4.4 Disassembly Sequence


Disassembly and inspection of SCV-Series compressors
should be carried out according to the following work Fig.21 Exploded view of mechanical seal (100)
sequence.
For model D, the discharge flange portion extends from
the leg of the compressor. Place a square timber or piece
of lumber under the compressor or position so that the
flange extends beyond the surface plate (see Fig. 20).

Fig.20
Disassembly Sequence Fig. 22 Cross sectional view of mechanical seal (100)

1) Mechanical shaft seal (100)


2) Unloader indicator (1 39) Component parts of mechanical seal assembly
3) Unloader cover (74) (48) Sealretainer (106-z) O-ring
4) Unloader piston (64) and cylinder (60) (49) O-ring (108) Drive pin
5) Balance piston cover (22) (50) Oilseal (109) Shaft seal collar
6) Balance piston (30) (101) Carbon insert (110) Spring
7) Bearing cover (16) and Vi changing rod (444)
(103) O-ring (111) Set screw
(104) Sealring (528) Sleeve, oilseal
8) Thrust bearing (38)
(112) O-ring (529) Socket detent screw
e) Suchon cover (5) and side bearing (28) (106-r) Back-up ring
10) Rotors (25, 26) and rotor casing (1)

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d)Loosen the set screws (111) securing the shaft seal collar
(1oe).
ln the case of model 160, the plugs must first be
removed from the bearing cover before a hex wrench
can be inserted. ln the case of model 200 and above,
start from the seal cover disassembly procedure.
Loosen the set screws 3-4 turns (do not remove
completely) until the end clears the shaft and enters the
sealcollar.

Fig. 23 Seal cover portion

a) Remove four of the six hex-head socket cap screws (S3)


securing the seal cover (51), leaving two screw
symmetrically positioned. Now loosen the remaining two
screws alternately, allowing the shatt sealspring (110) to
push off the cover slightly. lf the cover adheres to the
gasket, free it manually after the screws have been
loosened.

Fig. 26 Loosening seal collar set screws

e) Grasp the seal collar (109) with your fingertips and


withdraw carefully, making sure that the set screw points
do not catch on the shaft and scratch it.

lnsert two eye bolts into the screw holes in the seal
retainer (48) and draw it off parallel to the shaft. Be
careful not to slant the retainer when withdrawing.

g) Remove the sleeve of


g
Fig. 24 Removing seal cover (51)
the oilseal (528) after
b) Remove the seal cover. The carbon insert (10i) is fitted loosening the two set
inside the cover. Draw the cover out over the end of the screws (529).
shaft being careful to prevent the carbon from hitting
against the shaft. Next remove the O-ring (49) between
the sealcover (51) and the sealretainer (48).

c) After the seal cover has been removed, wipe the shaft off
and inspect it closely. lf any scratches are observed on
the shaft surface, finish with fine emery paper in order to
prevent damaging the O-ring when it is pulled out of the Fig.2TAOil seal sleeve (528)
seal,
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a) lnspect the frictional surfaces of the carbon and seal ring
(104). A carbon with a smooth, unblemished face can be
reused but if there are any signs of damage or peeling,
replace the carbon, otherwise oil leakage may result.
b) lnspect the O-rings. With Freon refrigerant systems, the
O-rings may suffer from swelling or deformation. lf any
abnormality is observed in an O-ring, replace it. A total of
four O-rings are used for the seal cover, seal carbon and
sealcollar.
c) lnspect the frictional surface of the oil seal sleeve (528).
lf any wear is found, replace the oil seal and the sleeve
Fig. 25 Shaft sealcover (51) with new parts. Since the oil seal is specially designed
for the compressor, only genuine parts should be used.

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Fig. 278 Shaft seal assembly

d) lf the seal cover gasket (527) proves difficult to remove when Fig. 30 Loosening micro-switch set plate screws (122)
the seal is being disassembled, replace with a new one.
c) The micro-switch cam (127) or coupling which connecls
4.4.2 Unloader lndicator the potentiometer or magnetic turntable and cylinder
The unloader indicator shows the position of the unloader cam is located on the unloader cover side. Loosen the
slide valve (54) based on conversion of the angle of rotation fixing screws (128) to free the cylinder cam.
of the cylinder cam (77) to an electric signal. Two types of
unloader indicator are available. One is a contact resistance d) Remove all of the hex socket head cap screws (122)
potentiometer type and the other is a non-contact electronic securing the micro-switch base plate (121) to the
type. Both are used for the same purpose as a rule. An unloader cover.
explosion-proof indicator is also available as an option tor
special applications. e) Draw out the unloader indicator parallel to the cylinder cam.

4.4.2.1 Removing Unloader Indicator Assembly


When disassembling the compressor, the unloader
indicator should be removed as an assembly.

a) Detach the wiring to the unloader indicator and remove the


three Allen bolts (147) securing the indicator cover (146).

Fig. 31 Removing micro-switch assembly

4.4.3 Unloader Cover (74)


The cylinder cam (77), ball bearing (78) and seal are
mounted in the unloader cover (74) provided at the
Fig.28 Removing indicator cover (146) end of the unloader cylinder (60). lt is not necessary to
disassemble these parts unless they are is some
b) The indicator cover, glass (141) and glass spacer (142)
abnormality (e.9., seal leakage or cylinder cam groove
can now be removed. Be careful not to drop the glass or
wear) .
glass spacer.
4.4.3.1 Disassembly
a) Remove the hex-head socket cap screws (76) securing
the unloader cover (1 74) to the cylinder (60).

b) The cylinder cam (77) fixed to the cover is fitted in the


bore of the unloader push rod (67) and the cam groove
mates with the push rod pin. Pull off the cover parallel to
the cylinder center.

Fig. 29 Micro-switch cam (127)


and coupling fixing screws (128)

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following procedures.
1) A bearing gland (80) provided at the unloader cover
cylinder side secures the cylinder cam (77). Remove the
bearing gland (80) by loosening and removing the hex-
head socket cap screws (81).

2) The cylinder cam (77), ball bearing (78) and stop ring
(79) can now be removed together. lf the cylinder cam
and ball bearing are to be replaced, remove the stop ring
first and replace the cylinder can and ball bearing.
Fig. 32 Removing unloader cover bolts
3) A spring retainer (84), spring (83) and Teflon V-ring
4.4.3.2lnspection assembly (82) are fitted inside the cover.
a) lf the indicator is not actuating normally, check the
cylinder cam groove, bearing and slotted pin (unloader 4) Check the packing and the groove in the cylinder cam for
push set side) for abnormality.
damage or abnormal wear and replace if necessary.

4.4.4 Unloader Piston (64) and Unloader Cylinder (60)


4.4.4.1 Disassembly
a) Pull out the unloader piston to the full load position. lf the
Vi is adjusted to the H port, the unloader piston will stop
a bit closer than otherwise. Straighten the claws of the
lock washer (70) on the lock nut (69) securing the piston
(64) to the push rod (67).

Fig. 33 Unloader cover (74) and cytinder cam(27)

Fig. 36 Piston lock nut (69)

Fig. 34 Cylinder cam mounting portion

b) lf there is refrigerant or oil leakage, replace the Teflon V-


ring (82). ln such case the seal portion of the cylinder
cam (77) should be disassembled according to the Eye bolt

Fig.37 Pulling out unloader piston (64)


0@s b) Loosen the lock nut (69) using the lock nut wrench
provided in the tool kit. lf the wrench does not reach the
nut, turn the Vi changing rod counterclockwise to shift
the variable Vi slide valve (289) to the L port position and
then pull the piston out further.

c) Pull out the unloader piston using two eyebolt screws secured
Fig. 35 Unloader indicator cam shaft portion in the two screw holes located in the unloader piston.

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d) The unloader cylinder is fitted to the barance piston 4.4.6 Balance Piston (30) and Balance Piston Sleeve (33)
cover (22) by two shorl Allen bolt (61) and to the suction With screw compressors the male rotor is subjected lo
cover by six long hex-head socket cap screws(62). strong thrust load from the discharge side and also rotates
Remove the bolts and pull out the cylinder. considerably faster than the female rotor. lf the same type
of thrust bearing were used for both the male and female
rotors, the male side bearing life would be much shorter.

31ry99L^.*s,4

Fig. 38 Checking unloader piston cap seal (66) and O-ring (65)
34 Hex-head
socket detent screw
e) Alternately, the balance piston cover and cylinder can be (160.*250V)
removed together as an assembly from the suction cover
by removing the six long hex-head socket cap screws (62)
Fig. 40 Exploded view of balance piston
securing the cylinder to the suction cover and the balance
piston cover fitting screws (24). ln this case, the cylinder
A piston (30) is provided on the end of the male rotor to
will not drop off even if the bolts are removed because the
offset thrust load hydraulically. This piston is commonly
cylinder remains fixed to the suction cover. Draw out the
called the balance piston.
cylinder from the suction cover and disassemble.
The clearance between the balance piston and the sleeve
is extremely small (smaller than the clearance between the
bearing and the shaft) in order to prevent oil leakage.

4.4.6.1 Disassembly
a) Remove the stop ring (32) which secures the balance
piston (30) to the shaft using a pair of pliers. Screw an
eyebolt into the hole in the balance piston and pull out
parallel to the shaft. The balance piston key (31) will
Fig.39 Push rod (67) and O-ring remain in the keyway. Leave the key as is.
4.4.4.2lnspection
b) Allen bolt (34) are screwed into both sides to prevent
a) lnspect the cap seal (66) and O-ring (65) on the rotation of the balance piston sleeve (33). Loosen the F
unloader piston (64) and replace if any damage or
side screw and remove the M side screw or screw in
abnormality is found. These parts should be replaced at
until the head is recessed in the suction cover.
least once every two years.

b) The inner surface of the cylinder may sometimes be


coated with oil residue or scored. Finish the inner
surface with fine emery paper after cleaning.

c) lnspect the push rod (67) and O-rings (73) (63) on the
cylinder. lf the O-rings show signs of deformation or have
become hardened, replace with new ones.
Fig. 41 Removing stop ring (22)
4.4.5 Balance Piston Cover (22)
Remove the bolts (24) which secure the balance piston c) Remove the balance piston sleeve stop ring (37). Since
cover (22) to the suction cover (5), leaving one bolt in place the O-ring (35) pushes on the stop ring (37), it can easily
at the top to prevent the cover from falling suddenly. be removed by pushing on the sleeve (33).
The Balance piston cover is fitted to a flat face on the
suction cover and is held in place with the bolts only.
When the gasket has come free, support the cover firmly
and remove the last bolt, lf the gasket adheres to the cove¡
tap the side of the balance piston cover lightly with a
hammer to separate the gasket.

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Fig. 43 Loosening balance piston sleeve detent screws (34)
Fig.47 Removing stop ring (29)
4.4.6.2lnspection
Since the clearance between the balance piston (30) and
the balance piston sleeve (33) is smaller than the clearance
between the rotor shaft and the bearing, the sleeve (33)
may experience wear.
lf the sleeve dimensions exceed the service limits indicated
at the end of this manual, replace the sleeve. The clearance
provided on the periphery of the balance piston is designed
Fig. 44-1 Balance piston sleeve screw portion so as to be adjusted by the peripheral clearance and
elasticity of the O-ring but sleeve wear is not unusual. lnspect
the O-ring (35) and replace if any deformation is found.

4.4.7 Bearing Cover (16)


The structure of this portion of the compressor differs
between Model D and ModelG.
Model D is provided with a discharge flange (95) beside
the shaft. For this reason the weight of Model D units is
unbalanced, so particular care should be taken when working.

Fig.44-2 Spling pin (320V) 4.4.7.1 Disassembly

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Disassembly work must be carried out based on a full
understanding of the compressor and details of the disassembly
work procedures.
This instruction manual ¡ntroduces disassembly procedures for
compressor ma¡ntenance work only.
lf complete dis/reassembly work on the entire compressor is

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Fig. 45 Screwing in positioning detent screw (34)
required, conlact your nearest MYCOM office or dealer for
details.
lf disassembly work ¡s carr¡ed out carelessly, human life may be
endangered and the performance of the compressor may be
degraded.
lf non-genuine or modilied parts are installed in the compressor, the
performance may be degraded and unexpected hazards may result.
'Care must be taken on handling heavy weight components of
lhe compressor such as main body, rotors, etc., using the hoist,
crane, etc. as necessary, otherwise unexpected hazardous
circumslance of dropping down may result.
Handling work of crane, hoist, etc. should be canied out only by
qualified personnel, otherwise there is potent¡al risk of drop down
of the component and serious injury may result.

Fig. 46 After screwing in positioning detent screw (34)

d) Pull out the balance piston sleeve. This is easily


accomplished as the sleeve is fitted with some clearance.
Now remove the O-ring (35) and O-ring retainer (36).

e) lf you plan to remove the side bearing (28) as well, at this


time remove the inside stop ring (37).

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a) Remove all bearing cover 4.4.8 Thrust Bearing (38)
fixing bolts (18-1, 18-2, The thrust bearing is one of the most important
18-3) and insert one or two components of the screw compressor. Maximum
headless stud bolts into compressor performance depends on proper installation
holes in the top of the and adjustment of the thrust bearing otherwise operation
cover. problems may result. For this reason, maximum care
should be taken when disassembling and reassembling the
bearing.
The thrust bearing used on SCV-Series compressors is
an angular type face-to-face duplex bearing with special
retainer of high accuracy. This bearing receives thrust load
only as the outer race is clearance fitted. The bearing plays
Fig. 48 Removing bearing
an important role in determining the clearance between the
cover bolts
(18-1,-2,-3) discharge end face of the rotor and the bearing head.

b) Remove the cap on the Vi changing rod (444) and 4.4.8.1 Disassembly
remove the lock nuts (453). a) Straighten the lock washer (46) claws on the bolts (45)
securing the thrust bearing spacer (41) and remove the
c) Threaded eye bolt holes are provided at symmetric points bolts. Support the bearing gland (43) by hand when
on the bearing cover (16) (on recently manufactured removing the last bolt so that it does not fall down.
compressors these eye bolt holes are closed with vinyl
caps). Screw the bolts (18-1,-2,-3) in evenly to press off b) Straighten the claws on the lock washer (40) for the lock
the bearing cover. When sufficient clearance is nut (39) which secures the inner race of the thrust
established, separate the gasket (17) from the flange bearing to the shaft and loosen and remove the nut.
face using a spatula. Take care not to damage the gasket A thin steel lining plate (237) is provided between the
when removing. lock nut (39) and the washer (40). Handle the lining plate
carefully and store in a safe place. A thrust washer is also
provided between the lock washer and the inner race.

ffi *
Fig. 49 Vi changing rod section Fig. 51 Bearing gland bolt (45) and lock washer (46)

,f ¡ ! -o-' .
"'Yf¡ ". 7
Fig. 50 O-ring for Vi changing rod (450) Fig. 52 After thrust bearing gland removed

d) The cover will come free of the parallel pin as clearance


is increased. On Models 200-320, a hanger bolt is
provided on the top edge of the cover. Suspend the
cover from a block before it comes fully free.

4.4.7.2lnspection
lnspect the parallel pin to be sure it is not bent. Also
inspect the gasket, Vi changing rod O-rings (450,451) and
thrust washer (a $ and replace it any abnormality is found. Fig. 53 Drawing out thrust bearing

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c) The thrust bearing inner race and the shaft are clearance No. Name 160,200 250 320
fítted. 38 Thrust Bearino 2 sets 2 sets 2 sets
/
lnsert a ó 1-2 mm wire with a flat bent point into the 39 Lock Nut 2 Dcs. 2 ocs. 2 pcs.
clearance between the outer race and the bearing spacer 40 Lock Washer 2 ocs. 2 pcs. 2 pcs.
(41), hook the bearing and pull the bearing out. 41 Thrust Bearino Soacer 2 pcs.
42 Thrust Bearinq adiustino Washer 2 pcs. 2 ocs. 2 ocs.
43 Thrust Bearino tiqhtenino Washer 2 ocs. 2 pcs. 2 pcs.
4l Hex-head screw I pcs. I pcs. I ocs.
4e Hex-head screw lock washer 8 pcs. I pcs. I pcs.
150 O-ring 2 pcs.
237 Thrust Lining Plate 2 pcs. 2 pcs. 2 pcs.
250 Thrust Bearing Washer 2 pcs. 2 pcs. 2 pcs.

d) The thrust adjusting washer (42) and thrust bearing


spacer (41) are provided behind the thrust bearing (some
Fig. 54 Set of thrust bearing (L side lies on R side) models do not have this arrangement for structural
reasons). Pafts are stamped to indicate those for the
Male (M) rotor and those tor the Female (F) rotor, Keep
related parts together and do not mix, lmproper assembly
will cause dimensional errors and compressor seizure
(refer to Fig. 55).

4.4.8.2lnspect¡on
a) Clean the thrust bearing thoroughly and blow dry. lnspect
the bearing balls and races. The ball bearings be shiny
bright and the ball cages free of burrs. Also check the
clearance between the balls and cages for the bearing
step (41).
Fig. 55 Stamps on thrust bearing gland (step)
(41) and thrust adjusting washer (42)
b) Holding the inner race horizontally, spin the outer race
rapidly. lf any abnormal vibration is felt through your
fingers, turther careful inspection is needed. The
vibration may be caused by tine dust particles or be a
fault in the bearing.

c) Though the actual service life of a bearing depends on


operating conditions, in principle the bearing should be
replaced after 30,000 hours of operation. This period is
-46 shortened somewhat by oil fouling and by changes in
\ temperature and load conditions, however. lf any
45'' abnormality, even of the slightest nature, is found in a
bearing, replace it with a new one.
Fig.56-1 Thrust Bearing porlion of Models 160-2SO

#02' ' ,/
./,.''
2s7
99
ç,,/-"',..-150

Fig, 57 Removing stop ring (29)


Fig.56-2 Thrust Bearing portion of Modet320

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4.4.9 Suction Cover (5) and Side Bearing (28) 4.4.10.1 Disassembly

4.4.9.1 Disassembly
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Disassembly work must be carried out based on a full
a) Remove all bolts securing the suction cove(5) to the understanding of the compressor and details of the disassembly
rotor casing (1). Remember that several of the lower work procedures.
bolts were removed when the compressor was lifted off . This instruction manual introduces disassembly procedures for
compressor maintenance work only.
the base and positioned on the work bench. . lf complete dis/reassembly work on the entire compresor is
required, contact your nearest MYCOM otfice or dealer for details.
b) Screw several of the bolts into the threaded eye bolt ' lf disassembly work is canied out carelessly, human lile may be
holes provided on the rotor casing side to press the endangered and the performance of the compressor may be
degraded.
suction cover off evenly. The bolts should be alternately ' lf non-genuine or modilied parts are installed in the compressor,
tightened little by little so as to press the cover off evenly. the performance may be degraded and unexpected hazards may
When clearance between the cover and the casing flange result.
' Care must be taken on handling heaw weight components of the
is sufficient, separate the gasket (6) from one side. compressor such as main body, rotors, etc., using the hoist, crane,
etc. as necessary otherw¡se unexpected hazardous circumstance
c) Atter removing the parallel pin (3), the rotor shafts and of dropping down may result.
. Handling work of crane, holst, etc. should be carried out only by
the unloader push rod (67) still remain connected to the qualified personnel, otherwise there ¡s potential risk of drop down
suction cover (5). Slide the suction cover away from the of the component and serious injury may result.
rotor casing in line with the rotor shaft. Be sure to keep
the rotors in the casing (there is a possibility that they
may come free with the suction cover due to friction). a)As the screw compressor rotors are very heavy, a hemp
rope or nylon belt should be made available for use
when the rotors are being removed. Suspend the rotor
from the rope or belt as it is clears the casing. Either the
male or the female rotor may be removed first. When
removing the female rotor, rotate the rotor
counterclockwise as you pull it out. When the rotor is
approx two-thirds of the way out, lift it slightly and pull it
all the way out suspended from the rope or belt.

Fig. 58 O-ring spacer (36)

d) Remove the O-ring gland allen bolt (456) and remove the
O-ring gland (36),

e) Tc remove the side bearing (28), first remove the stop


ring (29), then push the side bearing out from the rotor
side. lf a hammer must be used to free the bearing,
cushion with a wooden block or the like to prevent Fig. 59 Rotors (25,26)
damage.

4.4.9.2lnspection
a) lnspect the unloader push rod (67), O-ring (73) and
suction cover side O-ring (9) for deformation or other
damage and replace with new ones if necessary.

b) lnspect the inner face of the side bearing (28) for foreign
matter imbedded in the bearing metal. Also measure the
dimensions of the bearing (ref. service limits provided at
the end of this manual).
Fig. 60 Pulling out rolors
4.4.10 Rotors (25,261, Gasing (1)and Variable Vi Slide
Valve (289)
The variable Vi slide valve and the unloader slide valve
are mounted together in the rotor casing,

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f) Pull the unloader slide valve (54) and the variable Vi slide
valve (289) out of the casing while holding the unloader
push rod. By pulling on the variable Vi changing rod
(444),Ihe unloader slide valve (54) can be separated.

Fig. 61 Pulling out M rotor(2S)

Fig. 64 Pulling out unloader slide valve (54)


and variable Vi slide valve (289)

4.4.10.2lnspection
a) lnspect the rotor journals for damage. The shaft seal and
bearing mounting portions must be inspected.

b) lnspect the rotor lobes, especially the edges, for damage


Fig. 62 Removing lock washer bolt
or abnormal wear. lt the compressor has been operating
(-2002.12) normally, there should be no damage found. lf, however,
scoring or scratches, etc. are found, it points to a
problem with the suction strainer as such damage can
b) Remove the remaining rotor in the same manner, taking
care not to damage the main bearing in the bearing only be made by foreign matter entering the system.
head as you pull the rotor free.
c) lnspect the unloader slide valve (54) and the frictional
c) Do not lay the rotors directly on the floor or the edges of surfaces and clearance between the variable Vi slide
the lobes may be damaged. Rest the rotor shaft ends on valve (289) and the casing (1). Also check if the Vi
V-blocks. changing rod (444) and the unloader slide valve bushing
(448) are fitted together. lf any wear or abnormal mating
is found, replace the parts.
d) Remove the hex-head socket cap screw (454) securing
the lock washer (445) on the end of the Vi changing rod
of the variable Vi slide valve (289) and remove the lock d) lnspect the inner surface of the rotor casing. lf no rotor
washer (445). damage is found, there should be no damage or
abnormality of the casing inner suface either. lf rotation
e)Turn the bearing side rod counterclockwise and draw the traces are visible on the inner surface of the rotor
rod out. When the threaded portion comes free, pull it casing, a problem with the.journals is the most probable
out of the bearing head. Place the thrust washers (449) cause. Pedormance will remain unchanged despite wear
together to prevent them form becoming lost. of up to 0.3o/o ol the rotor diameter, excessive wear of
the leading edges of the rotors will result in a drop in
F---- performance.

e) With some special applications, the bearing journal and


the shaft seal portions are finished with chrome plating.
lf any damage is found, contact the nearest MYCOM
subsidiary for repair or replacement.

4.4.11 Bearing Head (11) and Main Bearing (27)


Normally, further disassembly of this portion of the
compressor is not required as there is nothing to be gained
from separation of the bearing head and rotor casing. Leave
Fig. 63 Pulling out variable Vi changing rod (444)
the two joined together. To draw out the main bearing,

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remove the stop ring (29) from the bearing cover side using b) Mount the stop ring (29)to secure the bearing.
a pair of pliers and push the main bearing out from the rotor
casing side. lf the bearing fit is tight, tap out using a c) Confirm that the O-ring (451) is properly fitted in the hole
hammer cushioned with a plastic or wooden block. Do not for the Vi changing rod.
strike the bearing directly with the hammer.
lnspect the rotor shaft and the inner diameter of the d) Apply oil to both sides of the gasket before fitting it
bearing. Also examine the inner diameter of the bearing between the bearing head and rotor casing. Since the
and the outer diameter of the rotor shaft to determine if any positions of the holes in the gasket are unsymmetrical,
foreign matter is imbedded in the bearing metal. lnspect the care should be taken to position the gasket correctly.
O-ring (a51) of the Vi changing rod (444) for damage or
other abnormality.

5. Reassembly

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. Be sure to disconnect the power to the motor and control system
before disconnecting drive connection and control conneclion.
. lf the drive connection and control connection are disconnected
withoul cutting the power supply, electric shock or compressor
rotat¡on may occur, endangering life.
' lf power source turned on during inspect¡on or maintenance
service, compressor and oil pump start operation, resulling in
occurence of unforseen acc¡dent such as physical injury,
Fig. 65 Bearing positioning spring pin (14)
explosion of the pressure vessel, electric shock, etc.

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. When carrying out lurning on or otf of the electric power source,
care must be taken to free from electric shock.
' Care must be taken on handling heavy weight components of the
compressor such as main body, rotors, elc., using the hoist,
crane, etc. as necessary, otherwise unexpected hazardous
c¡rcumstance of dropping down may result.
. Handling work of crane, ho¡st, etc. should be carried out only by
qualified personnel, otheru¡se there is potential risk of drop down
of the component and serious injury may result.
. lf non-genuine or modified parts are installed in the compressor, the
performance may be degraded and unexpected hazards may result. -¡
Fig. 66 Fitting bearing

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' When carrying out dis/reassembly work of the compressor, use
an original hand tool kit with no defect at all. Worn out, modified
and/or unsuitable tool may result in damage to the compressor
or parts and unexpected injury when the tool is used.

When disassembly, inspection and any necessary repair


work are completed, the compressor must be correctly
reassembled. Before commencing reassembly, confirm that
all parts are available. Reassembly work is essentially
carried out in the reverse order of disassembly. All tools Fig. 67 Applying oil to gasket
and parts should be cleaned thoroughly before beginning
reassembly and parts should be coated with compressor oil
before being mounted.

5.1 Bearing Head (11) and Main Bearing (27)


a)The main bearing is clearance fitted in some cases while
it is lightly press fitted in others. Arrange a simple jig
(washer and bolt) to fit the main bearing. A positioning
spring pin (1a) is provided on the bearing head. Align the
pin with the notch in the main bearing (11). lf the bearing
must be tapped in, cushion with a plastic or wooden
block. lf the bearing gets out of position as it is being Fig. 68 O-ring for Vi changing rod (451)
inserted, remove and carefully insert again. Be sure to fit
the O-ring (432) provided on the outer diameter.
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5,2 Rotor Casing (1), Unloader Slide Valve (S4), Variable (2) to the specified torque in a symmetrical crisscross
ViSlideValve (289) and Bearing Head (11) pattern. A number of the bolts on the bottom cannot be
accessed at this time and must be tightened later when
a) Unloader slide valve (54) Confirm that the Vi changing the compressor is raised.
rod (444) moves properly, Mount the unloader push rod
(67) and fit the O-ring(523) to the hote for the Vi d) Mount the Vi changing rod (444) lrom the bearing head
changing rod shaft, side. Be careful not to forget to install the thrust washer
(449). Push the unloader slide valve (54) to the
b) Rotor casing (1) discharge side and fit the female screw of the variable Vi
Clean the oil injection holes thoroughly, fit the ptug (10) slide valve on the Vi changing rod. When the end of the
and mount the unloader slide valve (S4). Confirm smooth Vi changing rod extends from the variable Vi slide valve,
movement of the unloader slide valve. secure the round lock washer (445).

c) lf the rotor casing (1) and bearing head (11) have been e) lf the gasket on the bearing head protrudes into the rotor
separated, assemble them now (normally, these two casing, trim the excess gasket material away. lf the
parts are not disassembled). Tighten the bolts gasket is caught between the end face of the rotor and
the bearing head, thrust clearance cannot be adjusted
properly.

Fig. 69 View of Unloader slide valve (S4), Variable Vi


slide valve (289) and Vi changing rod (444)
removed from Rotor casing (1)
Fig.72 Mounting unloader slide valve (54)

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Fig. 70 Unloader slide valve (54) and portion


Fig. 73 Mounting variable Vislide valve (289)

Fig.71 O-ring for Vi changing rod (4S1) of


Fig.74 Mounting bearing head (11) and rotor casing (1)
Unloader slide valve (54)

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!oe
I a
A

Fig. 75 Overall view of unloader slide valve (54)


and variable Vi slide valve (289)

Fig.77 Stamp marks on lobe edges


Fig. 76 Fitting Vi slide valve lock washer (round) (445)
(Old type.) (-2002.12)
Remove the belt suspending the female rotor and push it
5.3 Rotor Casing (1) and Rotors (25,261 the remainder of the way in. Proper orientation of the male
a) Coat the main bearing and the shaft portion of the and female rotor lobes is essential, otherwise irregular lobe
female rotor with compressor oil and install first. meshing will occur and abnormal noise will be generated
Suspend the rotor from a rope or strap at its mid point by the compressor.
and insert into the casing half way. Release the rope or
strap and push the rotor in fully.
5.4 Suction Cover (5)
a) Fit the side bearing into the casing in the same manner
as for the main bearing. An O-ring (433) for the oil
retainer is provided on the outer diameter. Be sure to
install the O-ring (433). lf the cover must be tapped in,
cushion with a plastic or wooden block and tap around
the positioning pin (8).

b) Secure the stop ring.

Fig. 78 lnstalling the rotors

b) The suction side leading edges of the female rotor


stamped with the numbers "l" and "2" should be oriented
toward the male rotor side.

c) Lift the male rotor with the rope or strap. The number "1"
stamped on the leading edge of one lobe should be
oriented toward the female rotor side.

d) Mate the rotors so that the leading edge of the male


rotor lobe stamped with the number "l" fits between the Fig.79 Positioning side bearing (28)
leading edges of the female rotor lobes stamped "1" and
"2" and push the female rotor in to half its length.

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Fig. 80 Mounting Fig, 83 Suction cover assembled.

c) Mount the O-ring spacer (36) for the unloader push rod. g) Slide the suction cover across the surface plate and align
The suction cover side also requires an O-ring (325) so the suction cover O-ring spacer with the push rod (67).
do not forget to mount during the assembiy work.
h) Mate the side bearing (28) and rotor shafts and push the
d) Mount the balance piston sleeve in the order of stop ring cover and casing together parallelwith the shaft.
(37), O-ring retainer (36), O-ring (35), balance piston
sleeve (33) and stop ring (37). When installing the stop i) Drive the positioning parallel pin (19) in from the rotor
ring, tap the side face of the ring slightly to ensure that if casing side and secure the bolts (94).
fits snugly in the groove.
j) Confirm that the unloader slide valve (54) and variable Vi
slide valve (289) move normally. Rotate the male rotor
shaft to confirm smooth movement.

5,5Thrust Bearing (38)


a) Confirm the M and F stamps on the thrust adjusting
washers (42) and mount the thrust bearings in the casing
in the same direction as before disassembly.

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Fig. 81 O-ring spacer(36)

e) Secure the balance piston sleeve (33) with the hex-head


socket detent set screw (34) from the female rotor side,

f) Turn the Vi changing rod (444) in the rotor casing/bearing


head assembly in the counterclockwise direction to set
the Vi to the L port position. Set the unloader slide valve
(54) at the full load position.
Fig. 84 Thrust bearing mounting side(after mounting)

Fig. 82 Fitt¡ng suction cover


Fig. 85 Mounting order of thrust bearing (38)

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f) lf the thrust bearing is being replaced with a new one,
confirm that the end clearance of the bearing is secured
while loosening the bolt little by little. Since the ditference
in the side faces of the inner and outer bearing races
vary even if the bearing is within specifications, no
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clearance is secured in some cases. lf the nuts are
tightly fastened from the beginning, in this case the
bearing balls will be pressed against the rolling contact
surface and damaged.
lf no clearance is secured, grind the thrust bearing spacer
(41)or replace the thrust adjusting washer (42) with one of
Fig. 86 Mounting direction greater thickness. lf only a slight clearance is required, a
thin plate may be affixed to the thrust adjusting washer (42).

Fig. 87 Thrust washer

Fig. 89 Tightening thrust bearing gland (43)

g) Press the rotor against the discharge end face with the
inner race fixed to the rotor shaft.

h) The dial indicator mounted on the suction side rotor end


must be set to the 0 position.

i) Fasten the thrust bearing gland (43) with the hex-head


Fig. 88 Spacer screw (45) and washer (46), then torgue to the value
given in the table below.
b) Care should be taken to exclude any foreign matter or
dust particles from the space between the thrust bearing Model Fastening-torque
spacer (41) and the adjusting washer (42). 160V 400kgf-cm 40N .m
200v 500kgf-cm 50N 'm
c) The thrust bearing should be installed with the point of
the "V" mark inscribed on the bearing pointed in toward 250V 600kgf-cm 60N'm
the rotor side (refer to Fig.86). lf the thrust bearing is 320V 1200kgf-cm 120N'm
inserted with the "V" pointing in the opposite direction,
end clearance will differ from that before disassembly lf the end clearance is not within the appropriate range
because of the different sizes of the outer and inner race shown below, read just clearance according to one of the
side surfaces. methods explained later.
End Clearance (Discharge Side)
d) Be sure that the mounting order is correct. (Unit:

lf the lock washer claw is bent at the same point as Sinole(Hioh) - Staoe Booster (Low) - Stage
before, the claw may break. For this reason it is best to S M L S M L
replace the lock washer (40) with a new one. lf new 160 0.04-0.06 0.20-0.22 0.22-0.24 o.24-0.26
washers are not available, exchange the washers of the 200 0.05-0.07 0.26-0.30 o.28-0.32 0.31-0.35
male and female rotors. 250 0.08-0.11 0.40-o.44 o.45-O.49 0.50-0.54
320 o.17 10.20 10.23 0.70-0.76 0.73-0.79 0.77-0.83
e) Fix the inner race of the thrust bearing to the rotor using -o.21 l-O.24 l-O.27
the lock nut.

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ii. Second method
lnsert a shim of the required thickness between the
bearing spacer (41) and the outer race of the bearing.
The thickness of the shim is determined by the
difference between the measured value and the
specified value.
A shim of brass or copper should not be used if the
system refrigerant is ammonia because these
materials are easily corroded by the gas. An iron shim
should be used instead.

Fig. 904 Measuring end clearance (2) When the end clearance is smaller than the specified
value.
j) End clearance adjustment method when measured value ln this case the rotor will not rotate when the lock nuts
is not within specifications. are tightened. The reason is that the thrust adjusting
washer (42) is not thick enough or the bearing spacer
(1) When end clearance is larger than the specified value. (41) is too thick. Accordingly, a shim of the required
This means that the distance of the rotor end face from thickness must be inserted between the thrust
the discharge end of the bearing head is too large when adjusting washer and the inner race of the thrust
the thrust bearing is secured with the gland. Various bearing. Using a new thrust adjusting washer with the
methods for reducing the distance are available. correct thickness is much better than adjusting the
thickness with shims.
lf the spacer is too thick, it should be ground to the
necessary dimensions (since no gland is provided on
the 250V** and larger compressor models, adjustment
must be accomplished with the adjusting washer (42).)
when srze at ln¡s posil¡on is smâlle. than specil¡ed, change to lhicker thrusl
adjusling rvâsher or ¡nsed adequate spacer.
After adjusting the clearance, measure several times
When size at lhis position ¡s larger lhan desioñated, chânoe to thiñner thrust
adjusl¡ng rvasher. 6_ã
and confirm that the proper end clearance is
of achieved.
t.!
=2
k) Rotate the male rotor manually to confirm smooth rotation.
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Secure ouler ring ol bearing fo
specilied torque usino boll.
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Securc oulcr ring ot bearing to
bcaring hcad using bearing gland
99 h tr''"

Bearing rnner rìng lO be


secured lo shall. orsharge end lace to be ,iiled tighily_ Ad¡ust needte to "o. rcsitaon
Space between ouler raca ol bearing and bearing head

Fig. 91 Determining axial deflection


Fig. 908 Adjusting end clearance
r) Next check the axial deflection of shaft rotation with the
i. First method: dial indicator positioned on the oil seal fitting portion.
Since the dimension at "A" shown in Fig. g0B is too Maximum deflection of 0.03mm is acceptable.
large because the thrust adjusting washer is too Deflection may be cause by nonuniformity of the thrust
thick, the face of the washer must be ground down by adjusting washer or mismatching of the stamped
the amount of the difference between the measured bearing parts. Even if the end clearance is within the
value and the specified value. To accomplish this, a specif ied value, disassembly and adjustment by
high precision surface grind must be used to ensure changing the relative positions of the spacer, thrust
that both sides of the washer are parallel. After adjusting washer and bearing will be necessary.
machining, measure the thickness around the entire Needless to say, accurate assembly of the bearing parts
circumference of the washer using a micrometer. is vital for the long life and maximum performance of the
This method can be used for all models. compressor. lf dust is caught between the parts, the
deflection value will increase.

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m) Atter completing end clearance adjustment. tighten the careful to maintain even alignment.
thrust bearing securely. Screw two bolts in at diagonal positions to assure the
bearing cover is parallel. Secure the remaining bolts after
Notes: the full face of the bearing cover contacts the bearing head.
(1) Always use new lock nuts (39) and lock washers (40).
(2) Be sure to position the shim between the lock nut
(39) and the lock washer (40).
(3) Tighten the lock nuts securely. Specified torque
values are shown in the table in paragraph l)-(1)
above. At the plant site, however, it may be necessary
to use a hammer to tighten the nuts if a torque meter
is not available. Take the utmost care to ensure that
neither the lock nut nor lock washers are damaged.
(4) When tightening the lock nut, mesh the lock nut and
the claw of the lock washer and tighten the nut
carefully to the specified torque value. Do not turn the Fig. 94 Full view of bearing cover(w/o seal cover)
nut counter-clockwise. Atter the necessary tightening
torque is confirmed, bend the claw of the lockwasher. 5.7 Balance Piston Cover (22), Unloader Cylinder (60)
The corners of the thrust bearing hex-head bolt lock and Unloader Piston (64)
washer (46) should also be bent back to lock.
a) Fit the O-ring (65) on the unloader piston (64) and
5.6 Bearing Cover (16) cover with the cap seal (66). Mount the piston in the
unloader cylinder (60) from the beveled (rotor) side.
Adjust the position so that the threaded eye bolt hole
compressor such as bearing cover, rotors, etc., us¡ng the ho¡st, for the piston faces the unloader cover side.
crane, etc. as necessary otheM¡se there is potential risk of drop
down of the component of the compressor or the main body on
the laborer.
Handling work of crane, hoist, etc. should be canied out by
qualified personnel only, otherwise there is potential risk of drop
down of the component and serious injury may result.

a) Fit the thrust washer (446) on the Vi changing rod (444).

Fig. 95 Unloader piston (64) and unloader cylinder (60)

Fig. 92 Vi changing rod thrust washer (449)

b) Screw a long stud bolt into the bearing head and fit the
gasket and the bearing cover, taking care not to
damage the shaft seal portion. First mount the Vi
changing rod (4441, then align the parallel pin (3) and Fig.96 Mounting balance piston cover (22) on unloader cylinder
push the bearing cover onto the bearing head, being
b) Fit the O-ring (63) in the Balance Piston cover (22) and
the unloader cylinder (60) and mount the balance
piston cover on the cylinder, securing it with two short
allen bolts (61).

c) Fit the gasket (23) and push the unloader cylinder (60)
into the suction cover (5). Fit the balance piston cover
(22) temporarily using two or three bolts.

Fig. 93 Vi changing rod (444) after bearing cover fitted

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Fix the unloader piston (64) to the unloader push rod b)Apply a generous coating of oil to the V-ring (82) and fit
(67) using the lock washer (70) and lock nut (69), Be the V-ring on the cover side, positioning the top of the "V"
sure to bend the claw of the lock washer. of the ring to face the inside and the bottom of the "V" to
face the outside.

c) Fit the spring (83) and the spring retainer (84) and mount
the shaft of the cylinder cam assembled in b) above on
the V-ring (82). Fasten the bearing (78) with the bearing
gland (80)

Fig. 97-A Unloader cylinder and balance piston cover

Fig. 99 Mounting unloader cover (74)

al . 76

Fig. 97-B

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No. Name No. Name


74 Unloader Cove¡ 80 Bearing gland, cylinder cam
Fig. 98 Unloader cylinder (60) 75 O-ring, unloader coverl 81 Allen bolt, bearing gland
unloader cylinder
d) Tighten the bolts securing the balance piston cover and 76 Allen bolt, unloader cover 82 Teflon V-rinq. cvlinder cam
unloader cylinder to the suction cover (5). 77 lndicator cylinder cam, 83 Spring, cylinder cam
unloader
e) Screw and eye bolt into the unloader p¡ston (64) and 78 Ball bearing, cylinder cam 84 Spring retainer, cylinder cam
manipulate to confirm smooth movement of the slide 79 Stop r¡ng, cylinder cam ball
valve (54). bear¡ng

Fig. 100 Exploded view of unloader cover (74)


5.8 Unloader Cover (74)
When the seal portion of the indicator cylinder cam (77) d) Rotate the cylinder cam (77) manually to confirm smooth
has been disassembled, assembly work is carried out rotation.
according to Fig. 100. Fit the O-ring (75) on the unloader cover (74).

a) Fit the ball bearing (78) on the cylinder cam shaft. When e) Position the unloader slide valve (54) in the no-load
pushing the bearing onto the shaft, apply pressure on position (piston at the innermost point) and push in the
the inner race of the bearing only, otherwise the bearing cover while mating the groove on the cylinder cam with
may be damaged. Push the bearing onto the stepped the pin on the push rod (67). Fasten the Allen bolts (76)
portion of the cylinder cam and fix with the stop ring (79). with the outlet of the unloader piston hydraulic piping
facing up (ref. Fig. 100).

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5.9 Mechanical Shaft Seal
a) Clean the contact suface of the shaft seal thoroughly
before assembling.
t\Ü
b) Carefully inspect the seal contact surface on the
stepped portion of the shaft for flaws and scratches
before assembling .

c) When mounting the seal retainer (48), confirm that it is


positioned in the correct direction. Position the seal
retainer so that the oil induction hole is located above
the shaft. Be sure that the seal retainer detent screw Fig. 103 Mechanical shaft seal (100)
(529) and the notch in the retainer are correctly mated
and turn the seal retainer to the left and right using an
eye bolt to confirm that it is securely fixed.

Fig. 104 Mounting carbon insert (101)


r.i

Fig. '101 Seal retainer (48) and oilseal


(
,r
Fig. 105 Sealcover (51)
Fig. 102 O-ring (49)
cover and secure it first with two diagonally positioned
d) Next, insert the seal cover O-ring (49). Note that this Allen bolts (53), then mount and tighten all of the other
part is sometimes forgotten during assembly. Allen bolts (53).

e) Fit the oil seal sleeve (528) and secure the two set h) Model 160V** has holes for the seal cover set screws
detent screws (529).
in the bearing cover. These holes must be plugged
with plugs atter mounting the sealcover (ref. Fig. 106).
Mount the mechanical seal assembly (100). Push the
O-ring (ag) in carefully so that it is not damaged. Two
screws are provided for the seal collar (109). Secure
the screws (111) making sure that they mate with the
countersunk holes in the shaft. After mounting, push on
the seal ring (104) manually to confirm axial movement.

s) Fit the O-ring (103) for the carbon and the carbon
insert (101) in the seal cover (51). Fit the gasket (52)
on the seal cover (51) and position it correctly to match
the oil holes in the bearing cover and, then fit the seal
cover by sliding it onto the shaft. When fastening the Fig. 106 Plug for model 160V.* sealcover
seal cover, the carbon should first contact the seal ring
(104). Hold the sealcover securely against the bearing

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Adjustment of Unloader

. Be sure to disconnect the power to the motor and control system


d) When the right and left supports are removed, the
belore disconnecting drive connection and control connection. potentiometer (129) can be removed together with the
. lf the drive connect¡on and control conneclion are disconnected mounting plate (130).
without cutl¡ng the power supply, electric shock or compressor
rotation may occur, endangering life.
' ll power source turned on during inspection or maintenance Automatic
(standard)
Soecial Soecial
specification speciflcation
service, compressor and oil pump start operat¡on, resulting in
occurence of unforseen accident such as physical injury,
explosion of lhe pressure vessel, electric shock, etc. Potentiometer for
slide valve oosition
feedback
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When carrying out turning on or otf of the electric power source,
Micro-switch for slide
valve no-load oosition O o
care must be taken to free from electric shock. sional
Care must be taken on handling heavy weight components of the Micro-switch for slide
compressor such as main body, rotors, etc., using the hoist, valve full-load oosition O
crane, etc. as necessary, otherwise unexpected hazardous signal
circumstance of dropping down may result. Micro-switch for slide
Handling work of crane, hoist, etc. should be carried out only by valve.special position @
qualified personnel, otherwise there ¡s potential risk of drop down srgnal
of the component and serious injury may result.
lf non-genuine or mod¡lied parts are installed in the compressor, lhe Micro-switch cam
performance may be degraded and unexpected hazards may result.
for standard
actuation
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Micro-switch cam
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actuation
o
When carrying out dis/reassembly work of the compressor, use
an original hand tool k¡t with no defect at all. Warn out modif¡ed
and/or unsuitable tool may result in damage to the compressor or
parts and unexpected injury when the tool is used.

The potentiometer (129), micro-switch (125) and m¡cro-


switch cam (127) are mounted in the automatic control
indicator portion of the compressor.

Fig. 108 System with two micro-switches

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141
Fig. 107 Standard lndicator
....146
6.1 Disassembly and Adjustment of
Unloader lndicator (1 20)
a) Remove the machine screw
securing the indicator pointer (139).
(140) \ '5'--j49
b) Remove the Philips screw (138) securing
the dial plate (137).

c) The potentiometer mounting plate (130)


is fitted between the dial plate support
(1) (134) and dial support (2) (1ss).
Loosen and remove support (2) by
turning counterclockwise while holding
support (1) securely.
138/ -ll
Fig. 109 Exploded view of unloader indicator
portion Model 201 -600-00

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e) The potentiometer is secured to the mounting plate g) The terminal block (132) and other parts can be
with three philips screws (131). removed by removing the screws (133) securing them.

The micro-switch (125) is secured with two long machine 6.2lnspection


screws (126). Loosen these screws to remove the a) Only actuation of the electrical components needs to
micro-switch. The micro-switch component on the right be inspected. Since a full rotation type potentiometer is
side is for the no-load position signal and the one on the used, test to confirm smooth resistance throughout the
left side is for the full-load position signal. The micro- full rotation of the device. Operation in an atmosphere
switch set plate (123), secured by other screws (124), is containing moisture or corrosive gas will lead to rusting
mounted under the left side micro-switch component. of the components and resistance may change,
The micro-switch component on the right side is for the resulting in faulty operation indication .
no-load position signal while the one on the left side is
for the full-load position signal. The micro-switch set b) Check the actuation of the contact points of the micro-
plate (123), secured by philips screws (124) is mounted switch components using a tester (for details contact
under the left side micro-switch component. Adjustment MYCOM).
of the micro-switch is accomplished using with micro-
switch cam (127).

Fig. 1 10 Unloader indicator of Model 160V-320V

No. Name No. Name No. Name


121 Micro-switch base plate 1 131 Philips screw 3 14',1 lndicator glass 1

122 Allen bolt 3 132 Terminal block 1 142 lndicator glass space ring 1

123 Micro-switch set plate 1 133 Machine screw 2 143 Electric wiring connector 1

124 Philips screw 2 134 Dial plate support (1) 2 144 Connector support 1

125 Micro-switch 2 135 Dial plate support (2) 2 145 Allen bolt 2
126 Philips screw 4 136 Allen bolt 4 146 lndicator cover (2) 1

127 Micro-switch cam 1 137 Dialplate 1 147 Allen bolt 3


128 Hex-head socket detent screw 2 138 Philips screw 2 148 Plug 1

129 Potentiometer 1 139 lndicator pointer 1 214 Spring pin 1

130 Potentiometer mounting plate 1 140 Philips screw 2

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6.3 Assembly and Adjustment lf the philips screws (126) of the micro-switch are loose,
The procedures for reassembling the unloader indicator the micro-switch may slip out of position, resulting in
are the reverse of disassembly. irregular or faulty actuation. Secure the micro-switch
Adjustment after assembly is, of course, very important. tightly after confirming actuation.
There are basically two aspects of adjustment.
e) After confirming proper actuation, connect the control
(1)The physical relationship between the micro-switch cam wiring as before and mount the unloader indicator cover
(127) and the slide valve (54). (146), Be careful not to pinch the wires with the cover.

(2)The relationship between the no-load position and the Disassembly, inspection and reassembly of the SCV-Series
resistance value of the potentiometer. compressor unit is now completed.

Adjustment of these factors should be carried out after


the micro-switch base plate (121) has been mounted on
the unloader cover (74).

Fig. 112 Adjustment of potentiometer at no load position

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Fig. 111 No-load cam adjustment

a) The unloader cover is fitted to reassembled on the


compressor with the unloader piston (64) in the no-load
position so secure the micro-switch cam with the hex-
head socket head set screw (128) to bring it into line
with the countersunk hole in the unloader indicator
cylinder cam (77). The micro-switch cam (127) is then in Fig. 113 Groove in micro-switch cam
the no-load pos¡tion.
Align the concave point of the micro-switch cam (127)
facing the unloader cover (74) with the actuation arm
point of the micro-switch (ref. Fig. 110).

b) When mounting the potentiometer (129), fit the spring


pin (21$ of the potentiometer shaft in the groove of the
shaft support (2) (135) (ref. Figs. 113 and 114).

c) Correct positioning of the potentiometer is established


by the work indicated in the above paragraph b).
Fig. 1'14 Potentiometer shaft
d) Fit the dial plate and mount the indicator pointer (139),
aligning it to the no-load position.
lf a full load micro-switch is provided, adjust the micro-
switch setting philips screw (126) so that it is actuated by
the cam.
Actuation of the micro-switch (125) is confirmed by
moving the unloader slide valve (S4) to the fuil load
it,-r{-F
position with oil pressure when the hydraulic pump can
be operated or by supplying low pressure air to the
unloader piston (64). LJ==
Fig. llSAssembly micro-suitch cam and potentiometer

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7. Standards of Components

End clearance (rotor discharge end cleara


Sinole lHioh) - Staoe Booster(Low)-Staqe
S M L S M L
1 60V 0.04 - 0.06 o.20 - o.22 0.22 - 0.24 0.24 - 0.26
200v 0.05 - 0.07 0.26 - 0.30 0.28 -0.32 0.31 - 0.35
250V 0.08 - 0.'t1 0.40 - 0.44 0.45 - 0.49 0.50 - 0.54
320V 0.17 -0.21 I O.2O-0.24 | 0.23-0.27 0.70 - 0.76 0.73 - 0.79 0.77 -0.83

Mechanical seal assemblies and model


1 60V BOS -T1
200v BOS - E1
250V BOS - E1
320V BOS - E1

Bolt sizes (numbers in brackets indicate number of bolts)


No, Location 1 60V 200v 250V 320V
2 Rotor casinq M12x45(52\ M16x50(50) M20-65ø4\ M24x65152)
18-1 Bearing cover M12x40(19) M16x50(18) M16 - 50(18) M20x70(19)
18-2 Bearing cover M12x80(7) M16x75(8) M16- e0(8) M2Ox120(12\
18-3 Bearinq cover M16x65(6) M16 -70(6) M20x 120(6)
24 Balance oiston cover M10x25(11) M12x30(11) M12x30(11) M16x40(11)
34 Balance oiston sleeve M6x 1512) M8x 15(2) M8x20(2)
45 Thrust bearino oland M10x3018) M12x3518) M16x45(8) M20x5518)
53 Seal cover M8x25(8) M10x25(8) M12x30(8) M16x40(8)
58 Unloader push rod M6x30(5) M8x45(5) M10x5s(5) M12x55(5)
61 Unloader cylinder M10x25(2) M12x30(2) M16x40(2) M20xs0(2)
62 Unloader cylinder M10x6s(6) M12x75(6) M16x90(6) M20 x 1 10(6)
76 Unloder cover M8x25(8) M10x25(8) M12x30(8) M16x40(8)
81 Bearing gland M6x 15(3) M6x 15(3) M6x 1s(3) M6x 15(3)
94 Suction flange M20x55(8) M22x55(8) M24x65('t2) M24x75(16)
97 Discharge flange M22x55(4) M20x55(2) M22 x 55(8) M20x55(12)
217 Lubrication oil supply flange M12x35(2) M12x35(4) M12x40(4)
253 Electromizer flange M12x35(4) M12x40(4) M16x45(4) M20x55(4)
256 Aquamizer flange M12x35(2) M12x35(4) M12x4O(4) M16x45(4)
452 Unloader slide valve M4x 10(1) M5 x t5(1) M6x21(1) M6x20(1)
456 O-ring gland M5x 10(2) M5x 15(2) M5 x 10(4) M5x 10(4)
529 Oil seal sleeve M6x5(2) M6x 10(2) M6x 10(2)
603 Lub. Oil supply flange (F side) M12x40(2)
Note : 45,94,97,217,253 and 256 are Hex-Head screws.
34,128,and 529 are Hex-Socket set screws.
Others are Allen bolts

Lock nuts (numbers in brackets indicate number of lock nuts)


No. Location 160V 200v 250v 320V
39 Thrust bearing AN12(2) AN13(2) AN17(2) AN21(2)
69 Unloader push rod ANos(1) AN07(1) AN08(1) ANlo(1)

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Bolt fastening torque
Hex Socket cap screw fastening torque
kq f-cm N.m
M4 28 2.8
M5 60 6
M6 100 10
M8 250 25
M10 500 50
M12 900 90
M14 1400 140
M16 2400 240
M20 4500 450
M24 7500 750

Thrust bearing gland fastning torque


kg f-cm N.m
160 M10X30 400 40
200 M12X35 500 50
250 M16X45 600 60
320 M20x55 't200 120

Lock nut fastening torque


Size ko f- cm N.m
ANOS 280-350 28-35
ANO6 490-610 49-61
ANOT 790-990 79-99
ANOS 900-1130 90-113
AN09 2060-2580 206-258
ANlO 2380-2970 238-297
AN11 3120-3900 312-390
AN12 4080-5100 408-510
AN.I3 5220-6530 522-653
AN14 6560-8200 656-820
AN15 81 00- 1 0120 810-1012
AN16 9840- 1 2300 984-1230
ANl7 11860-14830 1186-1483
AN18 14130-17660 1413-1766
AN19 16640-20800 1664-2080
AN2O 18760-23450 1876-2345
AN21 22590-28240 2259-2824
Tighten to standard torque value

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Stop (numbers in brackets indicate number of
No. Locat¡on 160V 200v 250V 320V
29 Main bearing H102(2) H130(2) H160(2) H200(2\
29 Side bearinq H1O24¿\ H130(2) H160t2) H200el
32 Balance oiston s50t1) s6511 I s80l't) s100(1ì
37 Balance piston sleeve H102e\ H130(2) H160(2) H200e\
79 Cylinder cam ball bearing s10(1) s10(1) s10(1) s10(1)

"O"ring list (numbers in brackets indicate number of locations)


No. Location 160V 200v 250V 320V
I Suction cover/'O"ring retainer P46(1) G60(1) G65(1) P58(1)
35 Balance piston sleeve Ges(1) P120(1) Pl50(1) G190(1)
49 Seal retainer/seal cover Geo(1) G110(1) G135(1) G160(1)
63 Unloader cylinder/balance piston cover G125(1) G150(1) Gleo(1) G240(1)
65 Unloader piston P100(1) P1 25(1) P155(1) P200(1)
73 Unloader push rod/unloader piston P21 (1) G30(1) G35(1) P44(1)
75 Unloader cover/Unloader cvlinder G110(1) G135(1) G170(1) G210(1)
103 *P35(1) *P4011) *P4311) P1'tol'il
106-2 Mechanical seal (Bos type) G55(1) *G1o(1) ô7e.6xñ.r 199.6xC3.5
112 G50(1) G60(1) G70(1) Geo(1)
150 Thrust bearino oland/bearino head G220(2\
325 Unloader push rod/'O"ring gland P30(2) P40(21 P46(21
421 Stroke positioning Spacer/unloader push rod (for S) P30(2) P40(2) P46(21 P58(2)
432 Main bearing/bearing head G85(4) *c22(41 G135(4) G165(4)
433 Side bearino/suction cover c85(4) *G22(4) G135(4) c165(4)
450 Oil seal hex-head nuVbearinq cover P25(2) P35(2) P40(2) P44(21
451 Thrust bearinq washer rod/bearinq head P25(1 ) P35(1) P40(1) P50A(1)
523 Side value bushing/unloader slide valve P25(1) P35(1) P40(1 ) P50A(1)

Material : NBR
Standard:JlSB2401
Items marked* are JIS W 1516

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Compressor Oil

The quality of lubricating oil significanily affects the Selection of Compressor Oil
performance and life of the compressor. lmportant
requirements of refrigeration system lubricating oil include a) First consider the lubrication requirements of the
suitable viscosity over a wide temperature range, low compressor. Obviously, oil of proper viscosity must be
fluidity and high flash point. Taking the above-mentioned supplied to the moving parts at all times.
characteristics of lubricating oil into consideration, oil used
should satisfy the following requirements: b) Next, consider oil circulation throughout the system,
Contradictory factors such as high oil viscosity in the
1) Proper viscosity should be maintained within the evaporator and low oil viscosity in the compressor must
potential working temperature range. be reconciled.

2) Low fluidity should be maintained at low temperature. c) When using Halocarbon refrigerant, even though the
proper ¡nitial viscosity was secured, a considerable
3) The oil should be chemically stable, with no corrosion change in viscosity is inevitable because under certain
effect on metal and no effects on system parts made of operating conditions the refrigerant will dissolve in the
rubber. oil. For this reason ISO-VG46 (JlS K2211) grade oit is
recommended.
4) The oil should not experience wax separation at low
temperature. Changing Compressor Oil Brands

5) The oil should not generate sludge or carbon under When changing from a brand of oil normally used to a
high temperature conditions. new brand, unexpected problems may be encountered
due to incompatibility of the old and new oils when they
6) The oil should be free from moisture and foreign are mixed, Exercise care when changing oil brands.
matter.
a) lf the new oil is produced by a different manufacturer,
7) The oil should be able to provide the necessary consult with both makers to determine if the change
lubricating effect for a long period of time. will cause any problem.

b) Changing the viscosity grade of the same maker's oil is


acceptable, e.9., SUNISO 4GS or SUNISO sGS.

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SCV-Series Gasket List

6 Suction caver gasket Bearing head gasket 17 Bearing covor gasket (D) 17 Bearing cover gasket (G)

ffi
23 Balance Piston covergasket 52 Seal cover gaskel 93 Suclion flange gasket 96 Discharge flange gasket

216 Lubricaling oil flange gasket 252 Electromizer flange gasket 255 Aquamizer flange gasket 602 F side Lub. o¡l llange gasket
236 Discharge flange spacer gasket

No. Gasket Dimension 1 60V 200v 250v 320V


H 34s 420 525 660
6 Suction cover gasket
W 460 560 700 880
H 345 420 525 660
12 Bearing head gasket
W 460 560 700 880
H 338 414 505 641
17 Bearing cover gasket (D)
W 397 591 709 887
H 332.5 380 463
17 Bearing cover gasket (G)
W 388 480 580
H 270 333 340 517
23 Balance piston cover gasket
W 283 3s0 420 532
52 Suction cover gasket þ 140 170 200 250

93 Suction flange gasket I 173 198


(150A)
325
(250A)
421
(3504)
(1254)

þ
143 173 198 250
96 Discharge flange gasket (125A) (1504) (2004)
(100A)

í 44 51 67
216 Lubricating oil flange gasket (20A) (25A) (40A)

I 110 't46 176 233


236 Discharge flange spacer gasket (1oocD) (150CD) (200cD)
(125CD)

252 Electromizer f lange gasket


í 5'l
(254)
59 83 118
(8oA)
(324) (504)

þ 44 51 59 83
255 Aquamizer flange gasket (204) (254) (324) (504)

ø
44
602 F side lub. oil flange gasket (2oA)

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Usability Limits of SCV-Series Screw Compressors

No. Item Limitations


1 Max. discharge pressure 20 kgf / cm2G (1.96MPaG)
2 Max. suction pressure 6 kgf / cm2G (0.59MPaG)
3 Min. suction pressure -600 mmHg (-0.0B0MPaG)
4 High/low min. press. difference 5 kgf / cm2 (0.49MPa)

5 Lubrication pressure Max. Pd + 4 kgf/cm2G (0.39MPaG)

Min. Pd + 0.5 kgf/cmzG (0.049MPaG


b Max. discharge temperature e0c
7 Max. lubrication temperature 60c
B Min. lubrication temperature 30c
o Max. revolution (M rotor) 4,500 rpm
10 Min. revolution (M rotor) 1,450 rpm

SCV-Series compressors must be used within the above range of variables.


18 models are available within the SCV-Series range.
Rotor dia. : 160,200,250 and 320D
Rotor length : S,MandL
Discharge direction : DandG
No'S shows the pressure ranges of the system when pressurized by the oil pump. Pd represents the discharge
gauge pressure. Oil feed differential pressure must be within Pd-O- Pd-0.5 kgf/cm.. The unloader control portión
must always be pressurized by the oil pump.
Long-term partial load operation (especially at 30o/o or under) may cause abnormal viþration and noise and
should therefore be avoided.
No.4 shows the pressure difference for the piping system when pressured by the oil pump. ln case of differential
pressure oil feeding, the pressure will be 7 kgf/cm,.

Theoretical Displacement Connecting Port Diameters(Sizes)


Rotor Rotor Model
D¡a. Lenoth Revolution D¡splacement
Model UD Speed(rpm 60V 200v 250V 320V
(mm) (mm'1 r (mvh) Port
1

16OVS z95U 412


163.2 180 1.l 3550 4S6 Suction gas 1254 1 504 2504 3504
16OVM 295t) 516
163.2 225 1.38 3550 Discharge gas(G) 1004 1254 504 2004
620 1

6OVL
2950 619
1 163.2 270 1.65 3550 Discharge gas(D) 1 OOCD 125CD 150CD 200cD
744
2OOVS
2950 805
204.0 225 1.1 Lube oil feeding Rc1/2 204 254 404
3550 969
2950 1010 F rbtor side lube
2OOVM 204.0 282 1.38 3550 1215 oil feedino Rc1/4 Rc3/8 Rc112 204
20OVL 2950 1 206
204.0 337 1.65 3550 't452 Oil iniect¡on Rc3/8 Rc1/2 Rc3/8 254
25OVS 2950 1 566 CaÞacitv control
255.0 280 1.1 tuñ¡oarí Rcl14 Rc3/8 Rc3/8 Rc3/8
3550 1 885

25OVM 295U 1 969 uapacrty control


255.0 352 1.38 355n (load) Rc3/8 Rc3/8 Rc3/8 Rc112
2369
25OVL 255.0 2950 2349
420 1.65 3550 2427 Eleclromizer 254 324 504 804
32OVS 321.3 2950 3170
355 1.1 3550 3R2î Aquamize(l 1) 204 254 324 504
32OVM 321.3 2950 JVþU
443 1.38 3550 4760 Oil drain Rc3/8 Rc112 Rc112 Rc112

32OVL 321.3 2950 c t4u


530 1.6s 3550 5700 Aquamize(12) Rc3/8 Rcl12 Rc112 Rc3/4

Sizes of flange based on MYCOM standards.

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Hand tool kit
Tool Appearance 160V 200v 250V 320V

Ratchet wrench o o o o
Monkey wrench #=æ o o o o
Screw driver (*) fl< o o o o
Screw driver (-) e3€ o o o o
Wrench handle( ¿ mm x Lmm) 15X300 20x300 20x300 25X450

Vinyl hose( / mm x Lmm) 15X720 15X720 15X720 15X1500

Sponge(l60mm x 160mm x 20mm) o o o o


2
Open ended wrench(17mm x 19mm) @æ 2 2 2

Ring spanner(3Omm x 32mm) o o o 32mmX36mm


С'-€
Box wrench (46mm) o
Stop ring pliers (medium) o o o o
Stop ring pliers (large) Æ o o o o
Lock nut wrench AN-12 4N.13 4N.17 AN-21

(nut dimensions) AN-05 AN.O7 AN-08 AN-10

Eye bolt M8 (2pcs./set) H o o o o


Socket wrench (socket mm) GÈ, 17 19 24 30

Socket wrench handle o o o o


Torque wrench (max torque kgfcm) ã 920 920 920 1300

2mm o o o o
3mm o o o o
4mm o o o o
5mm o o o o
6mm o o o o
Hex. Bar wrench 8mm o o o o
1Omm o o o o
12mm

14mm o o o
17mm o
19mm o

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