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RETSCO, LTD.

TITAN CLASS TYPE “C”

RESET RELIEF VALVE

OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE

MANUAL

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REV. A

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Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................................... 4

TITAN CLASS “C” FEATURES................................................................................................ 4

INSTALLATION ........................................................................................................................ 5

FIELD SETTING PROCEDURE................................................................................................ 6

MAINTENANCE ........................................................................................................................ 7

TOOLS REQUIRED ................................................................................................................... 7

ASSEMBLY PROCEDURES ..................................................................................................... 8

LOWER PISTON DISASSEMBLY ........................................................................................... 8

BONNET & LINKAGE DISASSEMBLY.................................................................................. 9

LOWER BODY DISASSEMBLY .............................................................................................. 11

LOWER BODY ASSEMBLY..................................................................................................... 11

BONNET AND LINKAGE ASSEMBLY .................................................................................. 12

BODY FLANGE/ADAPTER ASSEMBLY ............................................................................... 14

VALVE CALIBRATION............................................................................................................ 15

HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE TESTING................................................................................... 16

COMPLETE BONNET ASS’Y KITS......................................................................................... 17

SEAL KIT.................................................................................................................................... 17

(BOM) TITAN CLASS TYPE "C" W/3”-XXH BUTT WELD CONNECTIONS .................... 18

34000 XXH BUTTWELD LAYOUT ......................................................................................... 20

(BOM) TITAN CLASS TYPE "C" W/3”-1502 CONNECTIONS ............................................. 21

34000 SERIES W/3” 1502 CONNECTION LAYOUT .............................................................. 24

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1.0 INTRODUCTION THE TIME TO STUDY THIS ENTIRE


MANUAL PRIOR TO ATTEMPTING
A pressure relief valve is usually a self- TO WORK ON THIS VALVE.
operating valve that is installed in a process PEOPLE’S LIVES DEPEND ON IT.
system to protect against over pressurization
of the system. The Retsco Reset Relief Valve 1.1 TITAN CLASS “C” FEATURES
is designed to keep pressure from exceeding
1. Unlike its predecessor, the old style “C”
a preset value, which will in turn protect the
valve which utilized an elastomeric
liners and other internal components of a
cushion ring, the Titan Class “C” valve
typical mud pump.
incorporates a pressure balance
There are a wide variety of valve designs, but chamber (like the original RX valve)
most valves of this type incorporate one or which hydraulically cushions the
more helical compression springs which are opening movement of the piston by
used to maintain a constant force acting on throttling fluid from the balance
the backside of a piston, causing the valve to chamber to the discharge side of the
be normally closed. When the force exerted valve through specially sized piston
by the process stream (i.e. fluid pressure) ports; U.S. Patent 5,715,861.
against the piston is greater than the 2. The butt weld flanges or 3”-Fig. 1502
constant force exerted by the spring, the unions provide excellent connection
valve “pops” open (the piston moves to its integrity.
fully open position) and allows process fluid
to exit the valve and pass through a 3. There are no load bearing threaded
discharge line to a mud tank or pit. This valve connections exposed to the flow media
actually utilizes a balance beam whereby the (such as line pipe threads).
piston force acts on a short moment arm 4. The 4-bolt inlet and discharge flanges
while the spring force acts on a longer allow for easy access to the body and
moment arm. The first and simpler internal parts.
explanation is still, for the most part, valid.
5. The entire valve can be replaced with
The Retsco Titan Class “C” Valve utilizes the all adjacent piping in place.
34000 series part number. Various dash 6. The valve is 100% adjustable to
numbers may be added to indicate the type provide any relief pressure setting
of piping adapters supplied with the valve or within the particular pressure range of
any other auxiliary items. Please refer to the the valve.
bill of material and drawing sections to
determine the complete valve assembly 7. The relieving pressure set point may be
number. altered easily by turning a single
adjusting nut; adjustment (for safety
THIS MANUAL HAS BEEN reasons, usually limited to increasing
CAREFULLY WRITTEN TO ASSIST the setting only) may be made while
THE OPERATOR IN WORKING WITH pressure is in the valve.
THIS EQUIPMENT. INDUSTRY 8. The accuracy of the relief valve is not
STANDARD PROTECTIVE affected by continuous pressure
CLOTHING SHOULD BE WORN AT surges or vibration.
ALL TIMES, INCLUDING BUT NOT
LIMITED TO SAFETY GOGGLES AND 9. The valve is easily reset by operating a
SAFETY SHOES/BOOTS. IT IS single lever; no replacement shear pins
IMPERATIVE THAT ALL SAFETY are required and little, if any, down time
PROCEDURES AND PRECAUTIONS is encountered in resetting the valve.
BE TAKEN WHEN WORKING WITH
THIS EQUIPMENT. PLEASE TAKE

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10. Once properly calibrated, the accuracy installation of this valve, should be volumetric
of the valve is maintained over ally inspected 100% using appropriate X-ray
numerous valve “pops”. procedures.
11. This valve operates safely as operators
The assemblies which may be provided with
will not encounter such things as flying
3”-Figure 1502 male and female union
shear pins parts or have to deal with
adapters also include component parts with
unguarded moving parts.
butt weld ends. In welding these
12. The valve may be manually discharged components, the same procedures
at any time, regardless of line pressure, described above should also be followed.
by striking the “release button”
provided on the valve. WARNING: NEVER ATTEMPT TO
MAKE UP OR BREAK OUT UNION
13. The “open” or “set” position of the valve CONNECTIONS WITH ANY
piston is indicated by the position of the INTERNAL PRESSURE IN THE
“release button”. When the button is VALVE. ALWAYS REPLACE WORN
away from the side of the bonnet, the OR DAMAGED UNION COMPONENTS
valve is “set”. When the button is WITH ORIGINAL RETSCO PARTS.
adjacent to the side of the bonnet, the
valve is “open”. The dimensions of the “window” required for
14. The valve’s internal linkage is fully valve installation are shown in the assembly
enclosed and protected from debris drawing.
and corrosion.
NOTE: Sizing the piping upstream and
15. The release shaft retainer has been downstream of the valve is important. The
redesigned for greater safety. upstream piping must be of sufficient size
2.0 INSTALLATION and schedule for the operating conditions
which include being able to contain the
The Titan Class Type “C” Reset Relief Valve working pressure, handle the cyclic nature of
may be installed in any position but it is the pump pressures, and stay within the
generally easier to operate and maintain with erosional velocity limits of the pipe for the
the bonnet in a vertical position together with expected discharge fluid volumes of drilling
a horizontal discharge line. The valve is mud and the related fluid velocity within the
outfitted with (A) a pair of 4-bolt butt weld pipe. It is recommended that the pipe I.D. be
flanges (one on the inlet and one on the no smaller than that of a 3” Schedule XXH
outlet) that have to be fitted, tacked, welded, pipe (2.300 I.D.) for the upstream and
and stress relieved in accordance with ASME downstream piping.
Section IX and/or ASME B31.1 specifications
PRIOR to bolting the valve in place for It is important to torque the (4) flange bolts
operation or (B) adapter flanges which go gradually in a crossing pattern so that the
from a 4-bolt pattern (to match the body) to adjacent sealing faces of the flange and body
3”-Fig. 1502 male and female union remain parallel. This will also prevent flange
connections. Material certificates for these separation and the resulting flange-to-body
components are available and (for the butt seal failure.
weld components) include heat treating
times and temperatures which may be used The adjusting nut (item 32) moves the upper
to write a proper weld procedure for valve spring retainer (item 34) thereby increasing
installation. or decreasing the amount of spring
compression and thus spring force against
Due to the service encountered and pressure the arm of the crank. The correct position of
rating of this equipment, the integrity of all the adjusting nut is shown by an indicator
welding, which may be required for the (item 33) mounted on the upper spring

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retainer and the calibration plate (item 36) LINE COULD FREEZE AND PREVENT
mounted adjacent to the indicator on the DISCHARGE FROM THE VALVE.
bonnet cover (item 29). It is generally THUS THE VALVE COULD OPEN
undesirable to bring a mud pump on-line with AND FLOW DOWNSTREAM OF THE
the valve at an abnormally low pressure VALVE WOULD BE BLOCKED. THIS
setting. Such a practice could cause WOULD PRESENT A SERIOUS
inadvertent opening of the valve. Always SITUATION WHICH COULD BE
verify the pressure setting by examining the DETRIMENTAL TO THE VALVE,
indicator and calibration plate prior to placing PIPING, AND THE PUMP.
the valve in service.
WARNING: GOOD PRACTICE IN
In some operating conditions, the valve may DESIGNING ADJACENT PIPING FOR
appear to discharge at a lower (or higher) A RELIEF VALVE INSTALLATION
pressure than indicated by the valve setting. ALSO DICTATES THAT ALL PIPING
This phenomenon may sometimes result BE PROPERLY BRACED,
from (1) a lag between the actual system ANCHORED, AND SUPPORTED TO
pressure and the pressure gauge reading, PREVENT UNNECESSARILY HIGH
especially for gauges with dampening STRESSES (DUE TO THRUST LOADS
devices, (2) pressure pulsations, especially AT THE TIME OF DISCHARGE) FROM
when inadequate or poorly operating DAMAGING THE VALVE OR ANY
pulsation dampeners are installed, (3) ADJACENT CONNECTORS. AVOID
inaccurate or improperly calibrated gauges, MOUNING THE VALVE ON A TALL
or (4) an improperly maintained valve. RISER UNLESS THE RISER IS WELL
BRACED, ANCHORED, AND
The release of drilling mud, especially at high SUPPORTED. FAILURE TO DO SO
pressures, can be very destructive to internal COULD CAUSE SEPARATION OF
valve parts. Operators are advised to always PIPING AND/OR CONNECTIONS AT
try to isolate and shut down a pump as THE TIME OF DISCHARGE, WHICH
quickly as possible when the relief valve for COULD LEAD TO SERIOUS BODILY
that pump discharges. Doing so can help to INJURY.
increase the life of the valve and its internal
parts. CAUTION: Do not attempt to reset the valve
while the pump is in operation.
NOTE: Back pressure on the valve (usually due
to hydrostatic head pressure from a column of 2.1 Field Setting Procedure
fluid in the discharge line) is usually undesirable.
However, due to the balanced design of the Titan The valve adjusting nut (item 32) should be
Class “C”, back pressures less than 100 psig will tightened (rotated clockwise looking at the
top of the bonnet) to increase the
have little if any affect on the operational
compression on the load springs and thus
accuracy of the valve. increase the setting indicated by the
calibration plate. Likewise, the nut should be
WARNING: GOOD PRACTICE IN loosened to lower the set pressure. Going
DESIGNING THE DISCHARGE LINE from a higher setting to a lower setting with
DICTATES THAT IT SHOULD SLOPE pressure on the valve could inadvertently
GRADUALLY DOWNWARDS FROM cause the valve to “pop”. Increasing the set
THE VALVE OUTLET TO THE MUD point with pressure on the valve is generally
PIT OR HOLDING TANK SO THAT not a problem. Although all Retsco Reset
ANY FLUID REMAINING IN THE LINE Relief Valves are calibrated at the factory,
IS SELF-DRAINING. IN FREEZING because of the variety of mud types, it is
ENVIRONMENTS, FLUID important to verify the operating
REMAINING IN THE DISCHARGE characteristics of the valve in a particular

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system and with the mud being used to built up slowly to allow the actual system
determine if any additional adjustments need pressure and gauge pressure to stabilize. If
to be made. Please refer to the section on possible, the line pressure should be built up
valve calibration. slowly and gradually with little or no pressure
pulsations.
3.0 Maintenance
3.1 Tools Required
The Titan Class Type “C” Reset Relief Valve
has been designed to require a minimum To perform service work on the Titan Class
amount of maintenance. The valve should be Type “C” Reset Relief Valve, the following
operated periodically to insure proper tools will be required:
functioning of all components. Flange
screws, bonnet retaining screws, and cover 1. 3/32 to 7/64 inch diameter x 1 inch
retaining screws should be checked for (min.) long straight shank punch (for
proper torque periodically. Please refer to the items 19 and 44)
torque chart. 2. 7/32 to 15/64 inch diameter x 1-3/4 inch
(min.) long straight shank punch (for
TABLE 1 item 40)
Size Quantity Torque, Ft.-lbs. 3. 1/4 to 19/64 inch diameter x 1-3/8 inch
Part No. Where Used N-m (min.) long straight shank punch (for
item 24)
1/2”-13 SH Cap (4) 85E9
204044-10-14 Cover 115E12.2 4. Small hammer

5/8”- 11 SH Cap (4) 169E17 5. 3/8 inch hex Allen or internal hex
063150-10-15 Bonnet 229E23 wrench (for item 50)

1”-8 12-pt. Cap (8) 420E31.5 6. 1/2 inch hex Allen or internal hex
111676 Flange Adapters 569.5E42.7 wrench (for item 54)
7. 3/8 open end wrench (for item 38)
8. Large slotted screwdriver (for item 38)
Due to the variations in pulsation dampening
from rig to rig and the resulting effect on 9. 1-1/4 6pt. or 12 pt. box end or socket
component fatigue life, it is recommended wrench (for item 32)
that the 1/2” and 5/8” socket head cap 10. Needle nose pliers (for item 25)
screws not be reused but rather replaced
with new cap screws when servicing the 11. 1”-12 pt. socket and torque wrench (for
valve. item 51)
12. Sub wrench assembly, Retsco p/n
Verification of the valve accuracy should be
31873 (for item 5)
done on a regular basis. After all, this is a
piece of safety equipment and it should be 13. Release Shaft Retainer Spanner, use
operated and maintained accordingly. It is large slotted screw driver (for item 46)
recommended that the valve be calibrated
14. 15/16 open end wrench or open end
every 6 months as a minimum.
adjustable wrench (for item 4)
For calibrating the valve in the field, Retsco 15. O-ring pick
may provide a portable manual pump with a
proper test gauge (1/4% full scale) to aid the In addition to these tools, a supply of new Retsco
operator (reference part number 32590). If spare parts should be available and on hand in
a pressure gauge with a built-in dampening order to speed the repair process.
device is used, the line pressure should be

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The replacement seal kit for this valve (P/N sub-assembly where they are used.
34005) includes the following items:
TABLE 4
Table 2
Item Qty. Part No. Basic Size
Item Qty. Part No. I.D. x O.D. x length

7 1 32501-2 3a 1 13229-10 3/8 x 1/2 x 23/32

9 1 31914 15a 1 13229-08 1/2 x 5/8 x 1/2

10 1 31909 21a 1 13229-13 3/8 x 1/2 x 5/8

11 1 702640-03-20 22a 2 13229-13 3/8 x 1/2 x 5/8

12 1 702640-24-31 29a 1 13229-12 3/4 x 7/8 x 1-1/8

13 1 32519

14 1 702640-23-01 4.0 Assembly Procedures


43 1 702640-21-01 The following procedures are listed in this
53 2 702640-23-71 section:

1. 1.2.4 Lower Piston Disassembly

The minimum number of Spirol Pins required 2. 1.2.5 Bonnet and Linkage Disassembly
for complete replacement of all pins in the 3. 1.2.6 Lower Valve Body Disassembly
valve is shown on the bill of materials and in
the chart below: 4. 1.2.7 Lower Valve Body Assembly
5. 1.2.8 Bonnet and Linkage Assembly
TABLE 3
6. 1.2.9 Body Flange/Adapter Assembly
Item Qty. Part No. Basic Size
4.1 Lower Piston Disassembly
19 5 20712-02 1/8 x 5/8
NOTE: Replacement of the lower piston seal
24 1 20712-13 5/16 x 1-3/8 ring (item 7) or any of its associated
components requires that the bonnet
40 2 20712-04 1/4 x 1-1/2
assembly first be removed from the body.
44 2 20712-03 1/8 x 7/8 The steps required to accomplish this task
are as follows:

DANGER: FAILURE TO SAFELY


NOTE: Refer to the Drawings and Parts List
BLEED OFF ALL INTERNAL
at the end of this manual for RETSCO part
PRESSURE PRIOR TO BONNET OR
numbers and usage.
FLANGE REMOVAL COULD CAUSE
SERIOUS BODILY INJURY OR EVEN
On older valve assemblies, it may be DEATH.
worth having on hand a set of replacement
bushings. The bushings shown in the chart 1. After removing ALL internal pressure
below are not specifically “balooned” on the from the body, loosen all four bonnet
assembly drawing but they are called out on socket head cap screws (item 54)
the bill of material under the main item in the about 3 turns. Pull up on the bonnet
until the bonnet flange is again in
contact with the face of the screws.

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Verify that the stem bushing seal (item piston, particularly all sealing
14) has disengaged its respective seal elements.
bore in the body. Only then may the (4)
7. Again, contingent upon the inspection
cap screws be completely removed
performed in step 2, the bonnet sub-
from the body along with the bonnet
assembly may be reinserted into the
sub-assembly.
body. Lubricate the threads and collars
2. Clean the upper bores of the body with of four NEW cap screws (item 54) with
a soft cloth. Verify that the seal bores in a nickel base anti-seize compound
the upper end of the body are free of and, using a crossing pattern, torque
marks, scratches, dings, and corrosion the screws to specification, see 1.2.2.
prior to reinstalling a cleaned up or
rebuilt bonnet assembly. Also, clean CAUTION: NEVER REUSE BONNET CAP
and inspect the seat insert (item 2) in SCREWS (ITEM 54).
the lower end of the body. DO NOT
attempt to repair a leaking valve by 4.2 Bonnet & Linkage Disassembly
merely replacing the lower piston seal
when the seat insert is also damaged. NOTE: This procedure assumes that the
bonnet sub-assembly has been safely
3. Holding the bonnet firmly, loosen and removed from the body following the
remove the piston cap (item 4) from the procedure in step 1 of 1.2.4.
piston body (item 3). Remove the
outboard seal retainer (item 8), the 1. Completely remove the adjusting nut
lower piston seal (item 7) and the (item 32) and lift off and remove the
inboard seal retainer (item 8) from the upper spring retainer (item 34) and the
piston body. Inspect the piston cap two load springs (item 37). Check the
face seal (item 11) for damage and load springs for yielding. If either spring
replace as required. Replace item 7 is less than 7.00” in overall length,
(NEVER reuse item 7) along with two replace both springs and re-calibrate
of item 8 if necessary and reassemble the valve.
the lower end of the piston.
2. If the adjusting stud (item 35) must be
4. Inspect the outer stem bushing seal replaced, punch out the ¼” Spirol Pin
(item 14) for damage and replace if (item 40) in the bonnet cover and
required. Verify that the piston slides unscrew the stud. Note the amount of
freely in and out of the stem bushing. If stud protruding from the cover so that
not, their could be damage to the inner the replacement part may be
stem bushing seal (item 10) or reinstalled properly as before.
excessive corrosion on the internal
bore of the stem bushing (item 6). 3. Remove and discard the four cover cap
Correcting this problem will require screws (item 50) from the bonnet cover
complete removal of the piston sub- (item 29), lift off and remove the cover.
assembly from the bonnet. See 1.2.5. 4. If the reset roller (item 31) must be
5. Verify that the piston shoulder seal replaced, punch out the 1/8” Spirol Pin
(item 9) is in good condition. If not, it will (item 44) and slide the roller from the
require replacement. Again, correcting reset crank. Replace the roller with a
this problem will require complete new one and install a new pin.
removal of the piston sub-assembly 5. If the reset crank (item 30) or the reset
from the bonnet. See 1.2.5. handle (item 16) must be replaced,
6. Using a high quality synthetic grease, punch out the 5/16” Spirol Pin (item
lubricate the upper end of the body as 24). Slide the reset handle off of the
well as the lower and upper end of the reset crank, remove the shaft seal o-

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ring (item 43) and pull the reset crank The crank may now be lifted out and
out of the bonnet cover. completely removed from the bonnet.
6. If the cover bearing (not ballooned) is 11. If required, the bearing (item 15a) may
damaged, it may be pressed out of the be removed from bonnet (item 15) with
bonnet cover (with the proper tooling) a 19/32 punch. Again, this is a
and replaced with a new one. somewhat tedious task and
replacement of the bonnet sub-
7. Remove the spring guide rod (item 28)
assembly is generally the better
along with the reset spring (item 23)
choice.
and the keeper (item 27) from the
bonnet. 12. If it is necessary to remove the release
shaft (item 45), hold the inboard end
8. Using a pair of needle nose pliers,
from rotating with a drift pin while
carefully remove the two “clock” or
rotating the release button (item 47)
linkage springs (item 25). Examine
CCW. With the release button
both springs for damage. The tabs
removed, push the release shaft
which hold the spring in place (one on
inboard until it clears the notches in the
the inside and one on the outside)
release shaft retainer (item 46). A large
should be in alignment with each other.
slotted screw driver may be used to
If the outer tab is more than 30 degrees
loosen and remove the release shaft
out of alignment with the inner tab,
retainer (item 46). Now the release
replace both springs with new Retsco
shaft and release shaft spring may be
parts.
easily removed from the bonnet.
9. With the remaining bonnet assembly
13. The piston along with the linkage may
resting above the piston (item 3) which
now be carefully pulled out of the lower
is to be positioned firmly on a flat
end of the bonnet.
surface, rotate the upper link (item 21)
into a horizontal position (as if the valve 14. Disassemble upper link and lower links
had “popped”). Punch out the 1/8” pin by punching out four 1/8” pins (item 19)
(item 19) in upper link. Note: Pulling and removing the two link pins (item
back on the release button and locking 18).
it in the retracted position with a small
15. Remove the stem bushing by sliding it
block (or other item which may be used
off of the small end of the piston.
temporarily as a spacer) during this
Inspect both the bushing outer seal
operation will keep the inboard end of
(item 14) and the bushing inner seal
the release shaft (item 45) from
(item 10) for wear or damage. Clean
interfering with the removal of the pin
and inspect both glands for damage or
(item 19). Remove the top crank pin
corrosion.
(item 26).
16. If required, the bearing (item 21a) may
10. If the crank (item 22) must be removed,
be removed from upper link (item 21)
lift lower spring retainer and turn it so
with a 15/32 punch. Again, this is a
that the ¼” diameter pin can be driven
somewhat tedious task and
out from side adjacent to the bonnet.
replacement of the upper link sub-
Rotate the load screw (item 38) CCW
assembly is generally the better
to remove it from the lower spring
choice.
retainer (item 39). Lift the load screw
up through the crank for complete 17. NOTE: Usually, while the valve is
removal from the bonnet. Punch out completely disassembled, it is always a
the 1/8” pin (item 44) from the crank to good practice to replace any and all
remove the crank pivot pin (item 41). worn, damaged, or otherwise
questionable parts.

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18. Check lower links for straightness and/ with 3”-Fig. 1502 connections, the inlet
or ovaling of the link pin holes. Check adapter will need to be removed. Using
straightness by laying a straight edge a 12-point socket or box end wrench,
against the end flat on each side of the loosen and remove all 4 flange cap
link. If either link is distorted, always screws (item 51) from the valve inlet.
replace both lower links—never just
3. Carefully remove the inlet flange
one. Check the small pads on one side
adapter from the body and set aside.
of each lower link for damage from
Clean and inspect the union
contacting the pad on the main crank. It
components for damage. Clean and
is important to note the position and
inspect the face seal groove for
orientation of the pads on both lower
damage or corrosion and inspect the
links. These pads MUST be placed in
seal.
the same position during assembly (the
pad end of the lower link is to be 4. It is best to carefully anchor the body
farthest away from the bonnet flange when removing the sub. This may be
while both pads are to face towards the done by using a minimum of 2 bonnet
release shaft button). cap screws to bolt the body to a work
table. Holes will have to be drilled in the
19. Check all link pins and crank pins for
table to match the bonnet bolt pattern.
straightness. If a pin is not straight or
Flip the body upside down (bonnet end
shows signs of wear, it should be
down) and attach it to the work table
replaced. A worn pin may show cracks
using discarded bonnet cap screws or
or dings in the surface or may no longer
place the body (in a similar position)
be perfectly straight and or round.
securely in a large vice.
20. Check all pressed-in bushings. If a
5. Insert the lugs of the sub wrench into
bushing is loose, has chipped or
the sub. Looking at the inlet of the
otherwise damaged edges, or is
body, rotate the sub counter clockwise
wallowed out, it should be replaced
to loosen and remove the sub from the
with a new Retsco part.
body. In some cases, applying a
21. Check the outside diameter of the penetrating oil or similar substance to
piston and all sealing surfaces for signs the sub may help with its removal from
of wear, corrosion, or other damage the body.
that might impair the effectiveness of a
6. Clean the sub (item 5) and inspect it for
new seal.
damage, especially in the threaded
area, the radial seal groove, and the
sealing faces on the inboard and
4.3 Lower Body Disassembly outboard ends.

1. Removal of the sub (item 5) can be 7. Remove the seat insert (item 2) from
difficult at times. It will require using the the body along with the insert face seal
special sub wrench listed in the tool (item 13). Carefully clean and inspect
section. We will assume that the valve the insert for damage, especially the
assembly has been removed from the internal seal surface and the face seal
line and that the bonnet/piston groove.
assembly has been removed from the 8. Clean and inspect the lower valve body
valve. internals, especially the threads and
2. If the valve was supplied with butt weld the seal bore for the sub seal (item 12).
flanges and the body is out of the line,
4.4 Lower Body Assembly
the 4-bolt flange will have already been
disconnected. If the valve was supplied Use the procedure described in 1.2.6 for

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mounting and holding the valve body while properly could cause the seal to leak
working on the lower end of the valve. and fail. Place the stem bushing sub-
assembly aside.
1. If the body (item 1), sub (item 5), seat
2. Assemble the piston body (item 3) with
insert (item 2) are all cleaned and free
items 4, 7, 8 (2x), 9, and 11. Place the
of damage, they may be reassembled.
face seal (item 11) into its gland in the
Always use new sealing elements
piston cap (item 4). Place the first seal
when reassembling this valve.
retainer (item 8) over the nose of the
2. Use a nickel base anti-seize compound lower end of the piston as shown in the
to lubricate the threads and sealing assembly drawing. Carefully place the
surfaces of the lower end of the body piston seal (item 7) over the nose of the
prior to assembly. Also lubricate the lower end of the piston and against the
threads and inboard face and radial first seat retainer. Place the second
sealing surfaces of the sub prior to seal retainer (item 8) over the piston
assembly. seal. Screw the piston cap (item 4) into
the lower end of the piston. Be sure
3. Install a new sub seal (item 12) into its
that the face seal (item 11) remains
groove in the sub. Install a new seat
fully in its groove during make up.
insert face seal (item 13) into its groove
Torque the cap to 80-100 ft.-lbs. Install
in the insert. As mentioned in step 1,
a (lubricated) shoulder seal (item 9)
with the bonnet side of the valve body
into its gland on the upper end of the
facing downwards, place the seat
piston. Again, orientation of this seal is
insert into the lower body cavity, face
critical. The spring energizer MUST be
seal side up. Verify that the insert
oriented towards the upper end of the
shoulder is fully seated against the step
piston as shown. The piston sub-
in the body.
assembly is now complete. Take care
4. Place the sub into the lower body not to damage piston seals (items 7
cavity, threaded end last. Make up the and 9) during assembly.
sub into the body by hand. If this is not
possible, check the body and sub for 3. Slide the stem bushing sub-assembly
thread damage. Continue making up (from step 1) over the lubricated end of
the sub until it bumps against the seat the piston, large end first. Carefully
insert. slide the bushing down towards the big
end of the piston, as far as it will go. Do
5. Using the sub wrench, torque the sub not force.
to 800-1000 ft.-lbs. Protect the
outboard sealing face of the sub when 4. Assemble the two lower links (item 20)
flipping the body over for bonnet to the upper end of the piston with the
assembly. first link pin (item 18). Orientation of
both links is critical. The links should
4.5 Bonnet and Linkage Assembly have side bosses facing the same
direction (away from the piston
Do not proceed with bonnet and linkage centerline). The link bosses should
assembly unless all part have been cleaned, also be oriented away from (not
inspected, and are found in good condition. adjacent to) the bushing in the piston.
Do not reuse Spirol pins Secure links with two 1/8” Spirol Pins
(item 19).
1. Lubricate and install new seals (items
10 and 14) in the stem bushing (item 5. Assemble the “thick end of the upper
6). Note that the inner seal (item 10) link (item 21) between the upper end of
MUST be installed with the seal lip the lower links with the second link pin
energizer facing the large end of the (item 18) and again secure with two 1/
stem bushing. Failure to install this seal 8” Spirol pins (item 19). Upper and

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lower links should fit snugly with the crank assembly. The end of the pin
link pins but both link pins should turn should be flush with the outer surface
freely in their respective bushings. of the crank as shown in the assembly
drawing.
6. Slide the release shaft (item 45) into its
respective hole in the side of the 9. Insert the linkage (attached to the
bonnet (big end first). Slide the release piston) through the bottom of the
shaft spring (item 48) over the threaded bonnet with side bosses of lower links
end of the release shaft. Slide the facing release shaft hole. Again,
release shaft retainer (item 46) over the orientation of the bosses on the lower
release shaft, notched end last. Apply links is CRITICAL to proper valve
several drops of non-permanent thread operation. Align the hole in the upper
locking compound to the threads of the end of the upper link with its respective
release shaft retainer prior to making it hole in the crank assembly. Slide the
up fully into the bonnet. With no other top crank pin through the hole.
components yet attached to the
10. With the lower end of the piston resting
bonnet, the release shaft may be
on a flat surface, steady the bonnet
pushed towards the middle of the
while rotating the top crank pin with
bonnet to allow for use of a large
respect to the upper link. When the
slotted screw driver to make up the
transverse slot in the top crank pin is
release shaft retainer.
aligned with the hole through the upper
7. Push the release shaft towards the link, place a 7/64 drift through the
outboard side of the release shaft hole upper link to hold both members in
in the bonnet so that the threaded place. Now allow the bonnet to move
section protrudes from the bonnet. downwards and the upper link to move
Screw the release shaft button on to to the near horizontal position until the
the release shaft. Use a few drops of parts rest against each other. (The
non-permanent thread locking piston is now basically in the “popped”
compound to secure the release shaft position). Carefully remove the drift
button. Alternatively, the threaded end and, without disturbing the related
of the release shaft may be peened parts, drive one 1/8” Spirol pin through
with a center punch to prevent the hole in the upper link. Tap the pin
inadvertent loosening of the release carefully until it passes the top crank
shaft button. pin.
8. Place the crank assembly (item 22), 11. Lay the bonnet assembly on its side
with its two bushings, into the cavity in with the piston extended in the “set”
the top of the bonnet. Slide the middle position. Both lower links should be
section of the crank over the bushing in against the side of the bonnet. Place
the top of the bonnet. Align the small one linkage (or “clock”) spring (item 25)
end of the crank over the hole for the over each end of the top crank pin. The
load screw. Align the crank assembly inner tab of the spring should slide into
hole with the bonnet bushing and insert the slot in both ends of the top crank
the crank pivot pin (item 41). Note that pin. Use a pair of needle nose pliers to
the transverse hole in the crank pivot grab the outer tab of the spring to wind
pin must be oriented with respect to the it “tighter” approximately 90 degrees
matching hole in one side of the crank and slip it into the slot in the crank. The
assembly. Rotate and slide the crank short crook or bend in the very end of
pivot pin so that the transverse hole is the outer end of the spring should face
in line with its respective hole in the towards the release shaft button. Press
crank assembly. Drive the Spirol pin against the outboard side of the spring
(item 44) through the hole to secure the to assure that it is fully against the side

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of the crank and fully engaging both 29) over the bonnet, tilt it back to view
slots. the keeper, and guide the keeper over
the end of the spring guide rod prior to
12. Insert the load screw (item 38),
placing the cover fully against the top of
threaded end first, through the hole in
the bonnet. Secure the bonnet cover
the crank assembly and out through
using only New RETSCO cap screws
the lower side of the bonnet.
lubricated with a nickel base never
13. Drive a 1/4” Spirol pin (item 40) about seize compound. Tighten all four
1/4 to 3/8” into one side of the lower screws in a crossing pattern according
spring retainer (item 39), just to hold it to the torque shown in Table 1.
in place. With the spring guide nubs
18. Set both load springs (item 37) on the
facing upwards and the Spirol pin
lower spring retainer (item 39) and
facing away from the bonnet, make the
place upper spring retainer (item 34)
load screw up into the lower spring
over the top of the adjusting stud and
retainer. The end of the load screw
allow it to move downwards until it
should protrude from the lower side of
engages both springs. Screw the
the lower spring retainer by about 1/4”.
locknut (item 32) on the adjusting stud
14. Slide the reset roller (item 31) over the until a minimum amount of
small end of the “Z” or reset crank (item compression is placed on the springs
30) and secure it with one 1/8” Spirol to hold them in place.
pin (item 44). Insert the large end of the
19. Orient the reset handle so that it is
reset crank through its respective hole
opposite the discharge side of the
in the bonnet cover from the inside.
valve body. After lubricating the body
Place the weather seal o-ring (item 43)
bores and piston seals, stab the piston
over the reset crank shaft from outside
carefully into the upper end of the body.
the bonnet cover.
Press downwards on the bonnet until
15. Place the reset handle (item 16) over the bonnet flange mates with the body.
the reset crank shaft with the large Secure the bonnet using only New
chamfer facing the o-ring (and cover). RETSCO cap screws lubricated with a
Align the hole in the reset crank with nickel base never seize compound.
the hole in the handle and secure both Tighten all four screws in a crossing
parts with a 5/16” Spirol pin (item 24). pattern according to the torque shown
in Table 1. The valve is now ready for
16. Screw the adjusting stud (item 35) into
calibrating.
the bonnet cover (milled notch end
first) until the end is flush with inside 4.6 Body Flange/Adapter Assembly
surface of the cover. Rotate the stud in
1.Adapter flanges, 4-bolt x 3”-XXH butt
or out slightly to allow the notch to align
weld, 4-bolt x 3”-Fig. 1502 female, or 4-
with the hole through the end of the
bolt x 3”-Fig. 1502 male may be
cover. Secure the stud by driving one
attached to or removed from the Titan
¼” Spirol pin (item 40) through the
C body. When attaching these flanges,
cover until the outer end is flush with
it is important to first install the flange
the outer surface of the cover.
face seal (item 53) into its face groove
17. Place reset spring (item 23) over the in the flange. It is also important to
spring guide rod (item 28) and insert make up all four 12-point flange cap
one end of the rod into the shallow hole screws (item 51) with their respective
(or divot) inside of the bonnet. Rotate helical lock washers (item 52) to the
the reset crank to allow the spring hand tight position prior to applying
keeper (item 27) to be inserted into its torque. All four cap screws in each
hole in the reset crank (from the flange must be torqued little by little in
outboard side). Position the cover (item a crossing pattern so that the flange

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face does not become cocked with device is used, the line pressure should be
respect to the face of the mating body. built up slowly to allow for the actual system
Cocking of the flange will lead to early pressure and gauge pressure to stabilize. If
failure (blow our or extrusion) of the possible, the system pressure should be built
flange face seal. Torque all eight up slowly and gradually with little or no
screws (4 on the inlet flange and 4 on pressure pulsations.
the outlet flange) to the torque
prescribed in Table 1. Remove the adjusting nut (item 32), upper
spring retainer (item 34), two load springs
2.On assemblies with the 3”-Fig. 1502
(item 37), four socket head cap screws (item
union connections, care must be taken
50) and the bonnet cover (item 29) so that
to protect the threads and sealing
the lower spring retainer can be lifted and
surfaces of these unions at all times
turned. Drive out the ¼” Spirol Pin (item 40)
when the valve is removed from the
from the back side (bonnet side) of the lower
line. Using worn or damaged union
spring retainer. Replace the bonnet cover
parts can cause failures which could
using new RETSCO socket head cap
lead to serious bodily injury. Union
screws. Replace the remaining components.
hammer nuts should always engage
their mating parts using hand force. The “zero setting”:
Never try to start a thread using a
hammer. After the union is mostly Adjust the valve to its minimum pressure
made up by hand, it may be tightened setting as indicated by the calibration plate
using a hammer. Usually, a 4 to 8 and indicator. Operate the reset lever to “set”
pound hammer is sufficient. Three to the valve (close the piston). Slowly increase
four blows on the nut member after internal pressure until the valve operates
initial rotation has ceased should (“pops”), noting the gauge pressure
suffice to achieve the proper preload. indicated. If the valve “popped” before the
gauge reached the pressure indicated on the
Correct calibration - The relief pressure calibration plate, the valve “zero” setting is
indicator should accurately indicate the low (too little initial spring compression).
actual relief pressure. When the valve has
been completely torn down and In order to correct the zero setting, the two
reassembled, it will be necessary to re- flats on the lower end of the load screw (item
calibrate the valve, even if no new 38) will be used to change the initial
components have been installed. compression on the load springs. If the valve
“popped” early, more initial spring
Binding or interference between parts, any compression is required and vice versa. Use
and all moving parts, especially parts a 3/8” open end wrench to tighten the load
associated with the linkage assembly, will screw further into the lower spring retainer if
cause the valve to operate improperly. the valve “popped” early. Looking down on
the upper face of the lower spring retainer, a
5.0 Valve Calibration
clockwise rotation of the wrench will drive the
The valve should be bench tested on a load screw farther into the lower spring
regular basis to verify proper calibration and retainer. The amount of change in the spring
accuracy. As mentioned, Retsco can provide force will vary according to the type of Titan
a complete portable test unit for a modest Class “C” valve being calibrated (the spring
price. For calibration purposes, an accurate constant for the springs used in the 400-1500
“test” gauge should be used (usually plus or psi assembly is less than that for the springs
minus 1/4% of the full scale reading). The used in the 750-2500 psi assembly, which in
gauge should be connected so that it turn is less than that used in the springs for
indicates pressure in the lower end of the the 1500-5000 psi assembly. Because it will
valve. If any gauge with a built-in dampening be locked in place by the 1/4” Spirol pin upon

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successful completion of the calibration or binding linkage.If the operator is unable to


procedure, the load screw may only be achieve satisfactory performance from the
adjusted in half-turn increments (with the valve after following normal calibration
flats on the load screw left perpendicular to procedures, contact the factory.
the lower spring retainer). Once the “zero”
setting is close, it is time to check the “span” Acceptable Tolerance, Set Point vs.
or upper setting. Actual Valve “Trip” Pressure

The “Span” setting: TABLE 5

Tighten the adjusting nut until the indicator Pressure Range, psig Acceptable Tolerance
points precisely to the highest setting on the
400-1500 E100 psig
calibration plate. Reset the valve and slowly
increase internal pressure until the valve 750-2500 E150 psig
“pops”. Note the pressure on the gauge at
this point. 1500-5000 E200 psig

For discussion sake, let us assume that we


are working with a typical 1500-5000 psi If the valve is within acceptable tolerances at
valve assembly. If the valve initially “popped” both the low and high set points, secure the
at say 1400 psi for the “zero” setting and then load screw with the Spirol pin (item 40) by
“popped” at say 4900 psi for the “span” driving it into the lower spring retainer
setting, it is possible to bring both values (against the bonnet) until the end is flush with
closer to the desired setting. In other words, the outboard side of the lower spring retainer.
by going back to the “zero” setting and If the valve is not within acceptable
increasing the initial spring compression, the tolerances, replace the load springs or look
valve may be made to “pop” at exactly 1500 for mechanical problems. Repeat this entire
psi or plus 100 psi. As such, we can likely procedure after reworking valve.
expect the valve to “pop” at an additional 100
psi on the high end (span setting). We will 5.1 Hydrostatic Pressure Testing
rerun the span procedure to confirm this.
For Titan Class “C” valves, any in-plant or
However, if the valve “pops” at 1200 psi at customer-witness hydrostatic pressure
the low end and at 5300 psi at the high end, testing will be limited to the following
there is nothing that we can do, as far as the maximum values:
basic calibration procedure is concerned, to
make the valve more accurate. If we were to 5,000 PSIG WORKING PRESSURE
increase the initial spring compression to
make the valve “pop” right at 1500 psi in this 7,500 PSIG TEST PRESSURE
case, when testing the high setting, we could
With the valve in the “set pressure”, increase
expect the valve to “pop” at around 5600 psi
internal pressure, hold hydrostatic pressure
which would be totally unacceptable.
for 3 minutes and check for leakage, bleed
In short, both settings may be either pressure to zero.
increased or decreased but they may not be
moved closer together or farther apart. Re-pressurize valve to the specified pressure
required and hold for 15 minutes. Check for
Valves which do not calibrate properly may leakage, bleed pressure to zero. Test is
have one or more faulty load springs, a worn complete
upper link pin (which most often causes
erratic valve behavior), excessive seal
friction due to corrosion, a faulty main crank,

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34000 SERIES TITAN CLASS “C” VALVE ASSEMBLY TABLE

ASSEMBLY ITEM SPECIAL PRESSURE CONNECTION


P/N NO. PARTS RANGE INLET OUTLET

36 111342 3” SCH XXH 3” SCH XXH


34000-01 750 - 2500 PSI
37 20805-03 BUTWELD BUTWELD

36 111343 3” SCH XXH 3” SCH XXH


34000-02 1500 - 5000 PSI
37 20805-04 BUTWELD BUTWELD

36 31591 3” SCH XXH 3” SCH XXH


34000-03 400 - 1500 PSI
37 20805-03 BUTWELD BUTWELD

36 111342
34000-01-01 750 - 2500 PSI
37 20805-03

36 111343
34000-02-01 1500 - 5000 PSI
37 20805-04

36 31591
34000-03-01 400 - 1500 PSI
37 20805-03

COMPLETE BONNET ASS’Y KITS

ASSEMBLY P/N PRESSURE RANGE

34011 750-2500

34012 1500-5000

34013 400-1500

SEAL KIT
ASSEMBLY P/N APRESSURE RANGE

34005 ALL (3) PRESSURE RANGES


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ITEM PART NUMBER Description Qty Spares

1 34001 BODY, MACHINE 3" TITAN “C” 1

2 32524 SEAT, INSERT,TITAN 1 *

3 33003-01 PISTON BODY, SUB-ASS’Y., TITAN 1 *

3a 13229-10 BUSHING, F/ PISTON 1

4 32500-02/M2 CAP, FOR PISTON 1

5 31948/M2 SUB, M2 / TITAN CLASS 1

6 31900 STEM BUSHING 1

7 32501-2 SEAL, PISTON, LOWER 1 *

8 32512 SEAL, RETAINER 2

9 31914 SEAL, UPPER PISTON (SHOULDER) 1 *

10 31909 SEAL,STEM BUSHING, INNER( VITON ) 1 *

11 702640-03-20 O-RING, PISTON CAP,FACE SEAL 1 *

12 702640-24-31 O-RING, SUB TO BODY 1 *

13 32519 SEAL, FACE (F/INSERT) 1 *

14 702640-23-01 O-RING, STEM BUSHING OUTER 1 *

15 34020 BONNET, SUB-ASS’Y,TITAN “C” 1

15a 13229-08 BUSHING, BONNET 1

16 30377 HANDLE, RESET, MACHINED 1

17 32025-2 NAMEPLATE,F/ BONNET (SMALL) 1

18 23545 PIN, LOWER LINK 2

19 20712-02 PIN, SPIROL 5

20 20786 LINK, LOWER 2

21 31977 UPPER LINK SUB-ASS’Y. 1

21a 13229-13 BUSHING F/ UPPER LINK 2

22 38161 CRANK, SUB-ASS’Y. 1

22a 13229-13 BUSHING, F/ CRANK 2

23 30391 SPRING, RESET CRANK 1

24 20712-13 PIN, SPIROL 1

25 20791 SPRING, LINKAGE 2

26 31975 TOP CRANK PIN 1

27 30380 KEEPER, SPRING 1

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28 30387 ROD, SPRING GUIDE 1

29 38159 COVER, SUB-ASS’Y. 1

29a 13229-12 BUSHING, F/ COVER 1

30 30373 RESET CRANK 1

31 30388 ROLLER, RESET CRANK 1

32 5953-34 NUT, AJUSTING , SELF-LOCKING 1

33 30379 INDICATOR, SET PRESSURE 1

34 30385 RETAINER, UPPER SPRING 1

35 20798 STUD, ADJUSTING 1

36 SEE CHART CAL. PLATE 1

37 SEE CHART SPRING, LOAD 2

38 30389 SCREW, LOAD 1

39 30382 RETAINER, LOWER SPRING 1

40 20712-04 PIN, SPIROL 2

41 30381 PIN, CRANK PIVOT 1

42 5929-02 FITTING, ALEMITE, 1/4” MALE NPT 1

43 702640-21-01 O-RING, RESET HANDLE 1 *

44 20712-03 PIN, SPIROL 2

45 30397 SHAFT, RELEASE 1

46 32052 RETAINER, THREADED RELEASE SFT. 1

47 30396 BUTTON, RELEASE 1

48 31868 SPRING, RELEASE BUTTON 1

49 111656 SCREW U-DRIVE 16

50 204044-10-14 SCREW, SH CAP, ½ 4

51 111676 CAPSCREW, FERRY HEAD 1” 8

52 111680 LOCK WASHER 1” 8

53 702640-23-71 O-RING, FLANGE 2

54 063150-10-15 SCREW, SH CAP, 5/8 4

55 32025-1 NAMEPLATE, F/RRV COVER (LARGE) 1

56 32025-3 NAMEPLATE,TITAN CLASS 1

57 31852 FLANGE, WELD NECK F/3"-C 2

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ITEM PART NUMBER Description Qty Spares

1 34001 BODY, MACHINE 3" TITAN “C” 1

2 32524 SEAT, INSERT,TITAN 1 *

3 33003-01 PISTON BODY, SUB-ASS’Y., TITAN 1 *

3a 13229-10 BUSHING, F/ PISTON 1

4 32500-02/M2 CAP, FOR PISTON 1

5 31948/M2 SUB, M2 / TITAN CLASS 1

6 31900 STEM BUSHING 1

7 32501-2 SEAL, PISTON, LOWER 1 *

8 32512 SEAL, RETAINER 2

9 31914 SEAL, UPPER PISTON (SHOULDER) 1 *

10 31909 SEAL,STEM BUSHING, INNER( VITON ) 1 *

11 702640-03-20 O-RING, PISTON CAP,FACE SEAL 1 *

12 702640-24-31 O-RING, SUB TO BODY 1 *

13 32519 SEAL, FACE (F/INSERT) 1 *

14 702640-23-01 O-RING, STEM BUSHING OUTER 1 *

15 34020 BONNET, SUB-ASS’Y,TITAN “C” 1

15a 13229-08 BUSHING, BONNET 1

16 30377 HANDLE, RESET, MACHINED 1

17 32025-2 NAMEPLATE,F/ BONNET (SMALL) 1

18 23545 PIN, LOWER LINK 2

19 20712-02 PIN, SPIROL 5

20 20786 LINK, LOWER 2

21 31977 UPPER LINK SUB-ASS’Y. 1

21a 13229-13 BUSHING F/ UPPER LINK 1

22 38161 CRANK, SUB-ASS’Y. 1

22a 13229-13 BUSHING, F/ CRANK 2

23 30391 SPRING, RESET CRANK 1

24 20712-13 PIN, SPIROL 1

25 20791 SPRING, LINKAGE 2

26 31975 TOP CRANK PIN 1

27 30380 KEEPER, SPRING 1

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28 30387 ROD, SPRING GUIDE 1

29 38159 COVER, SUB-ASS’Y. 1

29a 13229-12 BUSHING, F/ COVER 1

30 30373 RESET CRANK 1

31 30388 ROLLER, RESET CRANK 1

32 5953-34 NUT, AJUSTING , SELF-LOCKING 1

33 30379 INDICATOR, SET PRESSURE 1

34 30385 RETAINER, UPPER SPRING 1

35 20798 STUD, ADJUSTING 1

36 SEE CHART CAL. PLATE 1

37 SEE CHART SPRING, LOAD 2

38 30389 SCREW, LOAD 1

39 30382 RETAINER, LOWER SPRING 1

40 20712-04 PIN, SPIROL 2

41 30381 PIN, CRANK PIVOT 1

42 5929-02 FITTING, ALEMITE, 1/4” MALE NPT 1

43 702640-21-01 O-RING, RESET HANDLE 1 *

44 20712-03 PIN, SPIROL 2

45 30397 SHAFT, RELEASE 1

46 32052 RETAINER, THREADED RELEASE SFT. 1

47 30396 BUTTON, RELEASE 1

48 31868 SPRING, RELEASE BUTTON 1

49 111656 SCREW U-DRIVE 16

50 204044-10-14 SCREW, SH CAP, ½ 4

51 111676 CAPSCREW, FERRY HEAD 1” 8

52 111680 LOCK WASHER 1” 8

53 702640-23-71 O-RING, FLANGE 2

54 063150-10-15 SCREW, SH CAP, 5/8 4

55 32025-1 NAMEPLATE, F/RRV COVER (LARGE) 1

56 32025-3 NAMEPLATE,TITAN CLASS 1

57 31930 1502 FEMALE FLG CONNECTOR 1

58 31929 1502 MALE FLG CONNECTOR 1

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59 31884 SEAL RING, F/1002 & 1502 UNIONS 2

60 31925 NUT, DETACHABLE 3” 1502 2

61 31931 SUB, 3” 1502/1002 MALE X 3” XXH BW 1

62 31932 SUB, 3” 1502 FEMALE X 3” XXH BW 1

63 31926 SEGMENTS (3-PC) SET 1

64 31927 RETAINER RING 10/1502 1

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Operations Manual

34000 SERIES W/3” 1502 CONNECTION LAYOUT

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