OWNERS MANUAL OM-5000B4

Revised February 2, 2010
IMPORTANT: Read these instructions before installing, operating, or servicing this equipment.

Specifications covered by this manual:

Series 5000 Model B4_____
Shaker Serial Number Purchase Order Number Sold to Date Manual Serial Number

transcribed. If you purchased your equipment through a licensed agent. Inc. transmitted. or translated into any language in any form by any means without written permission of Fluid Systems. Inc Belle Chasse. Inc.com 30 December. Texas USA 832-467-9898 or Fax comments to 832-467-9897 or e-mail to service@fluidsystems. 2010 Page 2 of 17 . 77032 USA Manufacturers of Solids Control and Screening Equipment since 1979 January 2009 COPYRIGHT© Fluid Systems. please contact your local distributor or dealer. Incorporated. 2009. Inc. If you are outside the US or Canada. No part of this publication may be reproduced. stored in a retrieval system. Contact Fluid Systems.  Houston. TX.OM-5000B3 Fluid Systems. technical support may be provided as part of your package. in Houston. All rights reserved. LA 70037 DO NOT DESTROY Fluid Systems.

..... 13 Air Springs Maintenance ............................................................................. 13 24 HOURS AFTER INITIAL STARTUP: ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 5 DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT.. 14 PARTS ............................ 11 Vibrator Lubrication ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 13 By-Pass Plunger (Optional) Maintenance.. 11 Vibrator Maintenance .................................................................................................... 9 Start-Up ............................................................................................................................................................................ LA 70037 Table Of Contents INTRODUCTION ............................. 13 Maintenance Schedule .......................................................................... 11 MAINTENANCE................................................................................................................... 14 WEEKLY:................................................................................................................................................... 5 Receipt of Equipment............................................................................................................................................. 5 Equipment Identification......................................................................................................................................................................... 9 VGS Option .................................... 15 Skirt Flap ............... 6 Tabulated Data ........ 12 Proper Vibrator Rotation ... 16 30 December........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7 Location.............. 7 Electrical...................................................................................... 14 MONTHLY: ................................................................................... 13 Deck Rubber Maintenance ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 14 72 HOURS AFTER INITIAL STARTUP: .................................................... 9 Unbalanced Weights ............................................................................................... 12 Wet Surroundings ...... 10 Screen Panel Orders .. 16 Mist Sprayers (Optional) ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 6 General ........................OM-5000B3 Fluid Systems........................................................... 14 SIX MONTHS: . 16 Technical Data Sheets ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 14 Preventive Maintenance ................................ 14 DAILY: ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 12 Replacing A Vibrator Motor ..................................................................................... 16 Weir Flow Deflector .......................... 14 Vibrator Mounting Bolts....................................... 13 Moisture Sealing Areas ............................................ 5 How to Use This Manual ......................... 6 INSTALLATION ................................................................... 16 Vibrator Replacement Parts ...................................................................... 15 Air Spring Mount Assembly................................................................................................................................................................................... Inc Belle Chasse........................................... 15 Starter Enclosures (Optional). 13 BEFORE INITIAL STARTUP:..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 16 Attachments .......................................................................................................................... 2010 Page 3 of 17 ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7 OPERATION.......................................................... 15 By-Pass Plunger Assembly (Optional) ........................................................................................... 7 Screen Area ................................................................ 12 Counter Weight Settings .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 16 One Year Normal Wear and Tear List .................................................. 9 Screen Panel Selection....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 14 Electric Vibrator Motors....................................................................................................................................................... 15 Deck Rubbers ................................................................................................................................................................ 9 Shaker Bed Adjustments .................................................................................................................................................................................. 7 Installation Instructions ............ 16 Trouble Shooting Chart ...........

...................... 16 Limited Warranty .................................. 16 Standard Paint Procedure .........OM-5000B3 Fluid Systems................................................................................................................................ 16 Screen Panel Technical Data Sheet ................................... 16 Installation Drawing ......................................................................................................... 16 Spare Parts List ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 2010 Page 4 of 17 ..................................................................................................... 16 30 December.................................................................... Inc Belle Chasse................................................................................................ 16 Technical Summary Page ............ LA 70037 Motor Data Sheets .......................................................................... 16 VGS Technical Data Sheet ......... 16 Quality Assurance Certificate ................................................................................................................................ 16 Static Loading Calculations ................................................

CAUTION. Notes will be shown in italics Equipment Identification The Unit’s identification number (specification or part number). LA 70037 INTRODUCTION How to Use This Manual This Owner’s Manual usually applies to just the specification or equipment models listed on the cover. Throughout the manual. Some equipment may be identified by numbers welded on the skid.OM-5000B3 Fluid Systems. Furnish complete information concerning damage claims or shipping errors in writing to Fluid Systems. series. notify the carrier immediately to file a claim. These special annotations are easily recognized as follows: WARNING gives information regarding possible personal injury. and serial number usually appear on a nameplate attached to the feed box. In some cases. Pay particular attention to the information provided under these headings. Receipt of Equipment When you receive the equipment. Warnings will be enclosed in a box such as this. including the chapter on safety instructions and warnings. Inc. Cautions will be shown in bold type NOTE offers helpful information concerning certain operating procedures. 2010 Page 5 of 17 . model. Inc. If there is damage. In order to prevent damage during shipment. hold-down-brackets are provided. Inc Belle Chasse. 16619 Aldine Westfield Rd. To ensure safe operation. spare and optional parts purchased with this machine will be packaged and shipped with the machine unless other instructions were given to Fluid Systems. Houston. 77032 Include all equipment identification numbers as described above along with a full description of the parts in error. 30 December. Shipping Department. the words WARNING. All screen panels. CAUTION refers to possible equipment damage. the nameplate may be attached to the vibrating bed. TX. check the contents very carefully against the invoice to make sure it is complete and inspect the equipment for possible damage due to shipping. read the entire manual. These brackets must be removed before starting the shaker. and NOTE may appear.

Replacement of screens can be achieved in approx. Quarterly maintenance entails checking of the torque on vibrator motor mount bolts. The only tool required is a light to medium weight hammer. Inc Belle Chasse. solids type and fluid viscosity. 2010 Page 6 of 17 . Each shaker has four-pretensioned screen panels of all stainless steel 1. The two vibratory motors produce 80 dB. deck rubbers and air spring assemblies. Permanently sealed vibrators make lubrication systems totally unnecessary.OM-5000B3 Fluid Systems. percentage of solids and viscosity. Processing rates vary with slurry content. Deck angle is adjustable while running from 0 to +5 enabling rapid adjustment in response to changing type and loading of solids. Vibrators are permanently sealed and are lubricated. The adjustable deck makes it possible for materials to de-water before being discharged. Screens are clamped by the unique WedgeLok system requiring only a light to medium weight hammer for screen changing. 30 December. Each of the four-pretensioned screen panels can be installed or replaced independently of each other. LA 70037 DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT General FSI Series 5000B4 single deck linear shakers are designed to process various material slurries where fine screening is required. 2 to 5 minutes. As with all shakers processing rate is dependent upon solids content. The 5000B4 Linear Shaker is designed for the lowest possible maintenance. Processing rates are therefore dependent upon screen mesh and mud properties.2 and/or 3 layer construction. Tabulated Data See enclosed data sheets in the back of this manual for weights. dimensions. Routine maintenance comprises checking of screen condition. etc.

The skirt flap should be without any obstruction and should be cut if necessary to the shape of the shale/dump slide. 30 December.73 ft². Clean out holes should be installed. INSTALLATION Location The 5000B4Z Linear Shaker is designed for Nema 4 Non Explosion Proof locations. A dump/by-pass line with a valve should be installed between shakers incorporated into the manifold or flow line.5 ft² “impact” area on the feed side of the bed to soften the blow and extending the life of the screen panel. Inc. Series 5000B4 Linear Shaker. The 5000B4X Linear Shakers are designed for Nema 7 Explosion Proof locations. Screen Area All Series 5000B4 Linear Shakers have a total screening area of 33. The vibrator is a dual wound device so modifications can be made by the user to fit the supply voltage. Make sure marsh mellow mounts are properly installed and shaker bed is in fact free of any obstructions. A valve should be installed to control the flow of water to the mist sprayer. Check this by rocking it up and down manually. Electrical All electrical connections should be made in accordance with the Local and National Electrical Code by qualified personnel. Remove shipping brackets from between shaker bed and mud pan. LA 70037 Do not weld or bolt shale/dump slide or chutes to vibrating shaker bed. Bring electric service to starter mounted on the side of the machine. The service line should be equipped with a suitable and adequate main disconnecting device having sufficient interrupting capacity to clear the maximum fault current capability of the immediate power supply system. do not lift shaker from shaker bed or with two hooks. in the event of an electrical short not cleared by the branch circuit over devices if provided on the Fluid Systems. It is recommended to install a valve to control the flow from the flow line. Note: A "Y" or "U" type manifold is best for slurry to flow between two or more shakers. (see Figure No. Note: To avoid “flipping” the shaker. There is an additional 3. Water lines going to the mist sprayers should not rub against the air springs or any part of the shaker to avoid any wearing out of either. The valve will prevent any contaminants from entering the shakers and contaminating the slurry. Inc Belle Chasse. The weir height should be lower than the feed line. or slurry level to allow gravity to feed machine properly. It is recommended to use four hooks and spreader bars to lift the shaker. Wire the motor to the voltage in the existing service line and install the proper heater elements or thermal overload relays. Dump slides or chutes should be installed to collect all material going over the screen. Installation Instructions Four lift points have been welded on the skid near all four corners of the machine. (Three phase 230v or 460v 60 Hz is required on standard machines.OM-5000B3 Fluid Systems.) WARNING: It is the users responsibility to provide a fused disconnecting device in accordance with Local and National Electrical Codes. 2010 Page 7 of 17 . 12-17A for wiring instructions). Level the skid/machine in both directions.

approved cable gland marine shipboard sealing fittings and armored and sheathed power cable. Inc. rotation is to be checked by a qualified electrician. 30 December. See Figure 13-17A below for proper vibrator rotations. 2010 Page 8 of 17 . Inside the terminal box. Outside the terminal box. LA 70037 Both vibrators have been set at the factory to rotate opposite of each other. Inc Belle Chasse. CAUTION: Do not connect any vibrator using rigid conduit. Series 5000B4 Explosion Proof Linear Shakers are factory equipped with U. the electric cable should be flexible and free of strain. If the vibrator cables or a vibrator itself has been replaced. The electrical connection should be made according to the connection diagram located under the terminal box cover. Fluid Systems. This rotation is critical for proper operation. the leads must take the shortest route possible from the connector to the terminal. It is important that the cable not be tensioned to avoid breakage cause by vibration.L.OM-5000B3 Fluid Systems. CAUTION: Vibrators must rotate in opposite directions for proper performance and to avoid any damage to the machine. This connection should be checked for extreme movement with the vibrator in operation.

Inc. CAUTION: Maintained high amperage will cause overheating and vibrator failure. 2010 Page 9 of 17 . Inc.” The Fluid Systems design engineering group utilized their field experience in the development of the variable “G” force series shakers. This high amperage draw should drop to the amperage specified on the name plate as the vibrator reaches operating speed. check the name plate for the amperage or call Fluid Systems. recommends an amperage check at start-up to avoid damage to the vibrator motor. Be sure no one or nothing is leaning on shaker bed or marshmellow isolators. Shaker Bed Adjustments Fluid Systems.0 “G” on any model in the VGS series with a minimum amount of technical training. To adjust shaker bed. stop the machine and find and remove the obstruction or the cause of the noise. whether at 1200 rpm or 1800 rpm. Unbalanced Weights There are two unbalanced weights attached to each of the two shaft ends of the vibrator motor.0 to 8. depending on client preference or process requirements. If you are not sure the model of the vibrator. Make sure marshmallow mounts are installed properly and shaker bed is in fact free of any obstructions. All VGS series units are equipped for optional “G” force settings. If rattling noises are heard. check all mounting fasteners and tighten where required. Figure 9-17 Shaker Bed Adjustment Bolt 30 December. Start machine by pressing the "ON" switch on starter (optional) Machine should run smooth with the absence of any "rattling" or loud banging noises. At start up the amperage may be as high as 8 times the name plate amperage. switches and motors. Fluid Systems. LA 70037 If amperage continuous to be high get a qualified electrician to check power source. Loosen bolt that attaches the "L" shaped Marshmellow isolator mount bracket to shaker. All Fluid Systems. Make sure all your screen panels are wedged in place and snug. wiring and overload protections. make sure shaker is not running (unless your shaker is equipped with the AWD Jacking Mechanism). recommends raising and lowering the front (dump side) of shaker only for desired angle. OPERATION Start-Up WARNING: Before starting shaker. Inc.OM-5000B3 Fluid Systems. VGS Option VGS stands for “variable ‘G’ force shaker system. Inc. have qualified electrician check all connections. The variable “G” force options can range from 0. Check this by rocking it up and down manually. Pry corner near marshmellow isolators you are adjusting between pan and shaker bed (please see Figure 9-17).) If amperage reads high. shakers are extremely quiet. power cables. The weights have been set for maximum operation efficiency and should not be changed. Inc Belle Chasse.

Inc.E. AWD Jacking Mechanism Standard shakers purchased from FSI after January 1. 2006 and before December 31. It is important that you adjust the other side in the same manner to make shaker bed level.OM-5000B3 Fluid Systems. screen panels. Other imitation screens do not have the unique "bonding system" and quality Fluid Systems. 2010 Page 10 of 17 .M. (call 832-467-9898 for a list of authorized distributors) Each screen is individually tensioned at the factory and gauged. As with all Fluid Systems. O. has developed the most advanced design in screening technology to date. and at other authorized factories. 2011 may have our AWD Bulldog Jacking Mechanism. La. Inc Belle Chasse. screen panels. has developed over the last 30 years. The advantages of using this particular grade of cloth is that it allows a higher liquid thru-put than the conventional market grade cloth screens. This series of screens utilize tensile bolting cloth and are available in mesh sizes from 6 to 400. Advantages: Increase unblocked screen area. Inc. Inc. O. For more information to add this upgrade please call our office at (832) 467-9898. As with all Fluid Systems. screen panels are available in: MFX – Maximum FloSquare MFX Series screens are general duty screen panels. tighten bolt. 30 December.M. Inc. Fluid Systems. thus allowing fine screening. All FSI standard shakers with old style jacking mechanism or no jacking mechanism may be upgraded with the new AWD56 (adjustable while drilling) Ratchet Jacking Mechanism. Inc. Screen Panel Selection Fluid Systems. We have points of distribution in Belle Chasse. LA 70037 Lower or raise shaker bed with pry bar. uses stainless steel TENSILE bolting cloth.E. least expensive. adequate life. Inc. each screen is factory tensioned to eliminate improper tensioning in the field. The unique pretensioned screens are manufactured by Fluid Systems. The support plate offers extra support for heavy loading and reparability of damaged or worn sections of the screen panel. TX under full compliance with API RP13E standards. in Houston. When in desired position. Inc. fluid recovery and optimum separation FSI replacement panels are available from factory and other authorized distributors. All standard shakers purchased after January 1. 2011 come equipped with our AWD56 (adjustable while drilling) Ratchet Jacking Mechanism. each screen is factory tensioned to eliminate improper tensioning in the field. Fluid Systems. FMS – FloMax Square FMS series screens utilize the same cloth as MFX screens with the addition of a perforated support plate and are available in mesh sizes from 24 to 400.

all purpose screens. increased support under heavy loading. 2010 Page 11 of 17 . Note: A preventive maintenance program should also include an inspection of the mount and fasteners for tightness. long life. The re-lubrication schedule should be closely maintained to assure maximum vibrator life (see section below). The higher the conductance values the more through-put capabilities of the screen panel. As with all Fluid Systems. Inc Belle Chasse.E. You can order your screen panels directly online at sales@fluidsystems. Inc. it also includes perforated support plate and is available in mesh sizes from 24 to 400. FMD or FMR) from our Belle Chasse. LA 70037 Advantages: Increased life.OM-5000B3 Fluid Systems. Screen Panels General Information The following values should be used in conjunction with the screen panel technical data sheet (in back of this manual) to help you select the screen panels needed: Conductance Value (Ct): the volume handling of the screen cloth.Number: the relative volume handling capacity of the screen panel. repairable. screen panels. As with all Fluid Systems. Custom mesh sizes are available. Early detection can prevent costly repairs. Failure to check rotations after replacing a vibrator 30 December. These screen panels have a six plus month life expectancy. O. each screen is factory tensioned to eliminate improper tensioning in the field. The support plate offers extra support for heavy loading and reparability of damaged or worn sections of the screen panel. MAINTENANCE Vibrator Maintenance The vibrators are designed for continuous duty. Like our FMS. FMS. Inc. FMD – FloMax Square Deblinding FMD Series screens utilize the same cloth as MFX and FMS screens with the addition of an extra mesh layer. Replacement bearings are available however. Each vibrator has been set before shipping. Inc.E. The FMR screen panel also utilizes the perforated support plate. TX unless otherwise specified. Urethane (special order) Urethane Screen Panels (US): used with extreme flows and abrasive materials are necessary in order to achieve the screening application. A small set-up charge will apply on all custom orders. screen panels. for repair. Conveyance: Speed at which material in slurry advances towards the discharge end of the screen. Advantages: Resistant to near size particle blinding.M. All vibrators are repairable. field replacement is not recommended. O. They may be returned to Fluid Systems.M. Advantages: Resistant to blinding. It is extremely important that both vibrators rotate in opposite directions. consistent volume handling. Cut Point (D100): Particles this size and larger will normally be discarded. API: Corresponding API sieve equivalent as per API RP 13C Trans . excellent support under heavy solids loading and reparability. LA or Houston. FMR – FloMax Rectangle Deblinding FMR Series screens utilize rectangular weave wire cloth that is layered in a deblinding configuration. Screen Panel Orders All screen orders will be shipped freight collect with available screen panel types (MFX. This series of screen panels are available in mesh sizes from 24 to 400. each screen is factory tensioned to eliminate improper tensioning in the field. Routinely check the mount plate welds for signs of fatigue.com.

W2 4 7 U1 1 L1 Ground U2 5 8 V1 2 L2 V2 6 9 W1 3 L3 Ground 7 W2 8 U2 4 U1 1 L1 L2 5 V1 2 9 V2 6 W1 3 L3 low voltage high voltage OR Figure 12-17A Wiring Diagram Counter Weight Settings Make sure these settings are the same on each motor. Wire motor (see Figure 12-17A) and replace all covers and seal them before reconnecting power supply. This can be done by removing the two weight covers. Figure 12-17B Counter Weight Settings Replace weight covers and seal properly. CAUTION: Failure to check rotations if a motor is replaced will terminate any warranties and may cause severe damage to shaker bed! If erratic motion results make sure a qualified electrician determines the rotation of both motors. 2010 Page 12 of 17 . All bearings have been lubricated at factory. Use the proper socket to remove power leads. Vibrator Lubrication No field Lubrication is required. It is extremely important that all weights are set identically before operation. When lubrication is necessary (see motor data sheet in back of this manual) the service should be performed by factory specialists at Fluid Systems. LA 70037 5000B4 shaker are set at factory for maximum performance. Remove pot head cover from vibrator. Replacing a Vibrator Motor WARNING: Disconnect power from the machine before opening any explosion proof or electrical enclosure.OM-5000B3 Fluid Systems. The shaker has been set at the factory before shipping. Each motor on the 30 December. may cause severe damage to the shaker bed and poor performance. Torque all six mounting bolts to 315 ft pounds. Inc Belle Chasse. They should both move in opposite directions of each other. with cable gland facing down. Mount identical motor supplied by Fluid Systems. Inc. Use of improper grease or procedure can greatly reduce bearing life. Proper Vibrator Rotation It is extremely important that both vibrators rotate in opposite directions. Inc.

2010 Page 13 of 17 . All surfaces must be clean and dry. Figure 13-17B Moisture Sealing Areas If weight covers have been removed: Apply a thin coat (approximately 1/8" bead) of the sealant to the motor housing flange and adjacent to the weight cover “O” ring (item 30 December. Compound will set in about 10 minutes and cure in 24/36 hours. Balkamp (Permatex) No. Reassemble the weight covers.T. All excess flash should be trimmed from sealed areas. 100% Silicone Rubber. A standard caulking gun (Part No. Be sure that the terminal box cover "O" ring is still in place. and then periodically. or equivalent. General Electric RTV 108. Check all marshmellow isolator mounts.V. Deck Rubber Maintenance It is very important to replace any worn or damaged deck rubber immediately to avoid any premature screen panel failure. cartridges (Part No. remember to replace the vermiculite or other grouting material in the terminal box before replacing cover.OM-5000B3 Fluid Systems. Marshmellow Isolators Maintenance CAUTION: Failure to replace damaged marshmellow spring isolators will terminate any warranties and may cause severe damage to shaker bed! Moisture Sealing Areas After mounting the vibrator. 765-1348. Re-attach any deck rubber that may have come loose with the proper rivet (see deck rubber parts below) CAUTION: Failure to replace damaged or worn deck rubbers will cause premature screen panel failure! Wet Surroundings All motors are factory sealed against moisture penetration. Inc Belle Chasse. Figure 13-17A Proper Vibrator Rotation After 12 hours of continuous operation retorque motor mount bolts.Do not remove the "O" ring. In the event that a motor is replaced the following procedures should be followed: Use sealant R. Reassemble the terminal box cover. FST15) is recommended. industrial grade (clear) available from the following: Dow Corning No. item 2 item 1 Maintenance Schedule BEFORE INITIAL STARTUP: Check for damaged counterweight covers Have qualified electrician check that vibrators are wired correctly for voltage supplied and that the proper heaters or thermal overload relays are installed.732. LA 70037 2). Apply a thin coat (approximately a 1/8" bead) of the sealant to the terminal box cover surface (item 1). and then again at 72 hours. Check torque on vibrator mounting bolts (315 ft lbs) Make sure nothing is leaning on shaker bed or air spring mounts. Make sure there is no obstruction or excess mud in the machined seat of the by-pass plunger. By-Pass Plunger (Optional) Maintenance Hose off excess dirt on stainless steel stem and add grease to threads after each use. FST 14) with 10 or 11 oz.

thus shutting down that particular shaker. Check wedges for wear or damage. Inc Belle Chasse. This may cause motors to short out and burn up. If this does occur. This will insure proper bearing installation and sealing. Inc. Mounting bolts holding the vibrators should be properly torqued to 315 foot pounds. and nuts are recommended. Replace if necessary. Unclog mist sprayers if necessary. Check torque on vibrator mounting bolts SIX MONTHS: Replace all deck rubbers Spot paint any worn areas on equipment.OM-5000B3 Fluid Systems. the PARTS Electric Vibrator Motors Each Fluid Systems. Grade 8 SAE national fine thread bolts. Any weight covers that are damaged or show excessive rust should be replaced. If a motor does burn up or is damaged. should be sealed correctly with either "O" rings where necessary and silicone. that particular shaker should be shut down immediately and vibrator replaced. To insure longer screen life as well as proper solids control. 24 HOURS AFTER INITIAL STARTUP: Check torque on each vibrator mounting bolt. All counter weight and electrical covers. Replace if necessary. determine the cause and tighten bolt(s) or repair it. LA 70037 vibrator motors will eventually crack the motor housings. Different size bolts other than the ones recommended should not be used.  Proper bolts. Check the attached motor data  30 December. If water enters the counter weight area it will leak into the bearings and cause bearing problems or an electrical short.  DAILY: Check screen panels for wear or damage. 2010 Page 14 of 17 . Vibrator damages may result. If it continues to operate with only one vibrator severe structural damage may occur to the shaker bed. scratched. deck rubbers should be replaced when damaged. If the shaker continues to operate with only one vibrator severe damages will occur to the shaker bed. 72 HOURS AFTER INITIAL STARTUP:  Check torque on each vibrator mounting bolt. prime and then paint any worn down. Check cables going from starter to vibrator for wear or cuts. WEEKLY: MONTHLY: Check deck rubbers for wear or damage. Shaker should not have any metal to metal rattling sound. washers. the replacing of bearings should be done in a dust free facility by trained personnel such as at Fluid Systems. Inc. Check skirt flap for wear or damage. Series 5000B4 Linear Shakers contain two electric vibrator motors. washers. If not properly torqued. Replace if necessary. or damaged area to protect from rust. Sand.    Preventive Maintenance  Wires going into vibrators should be secured with wire clamps and should not be allowed to rub against anything. and not on location. If one is detected. and nuts should be used to mount the vibrators. Replace if necessary. worn out or removed.

and knock the wedges back into place. has made it very easy to replace screen panels in less than 3 minutes. 2010 Page 15 of 17 . These deck rubbers create a seal when screens are wedged in place and are an integral part of the machine. one on each side of the panel. Missing or worn deck rubbers will decrease screen panel life substantially and should be replaced when wear is noticeable. you will save time and money on the servicing and maintenance of your Series 5000B4 Linear Shaker. a by-pass handle has been incorporated into the feed box of the machine. WFSI99 Screen Wedge for 5000 Series 8 Each one of four (4) pre-tensioned screen panels is held in place by two wedges. Torque should be checked periodically thereafter. BPFSI40AN BPFSI67 F5X6HHSS F5FWSS F5NYNTSS By-pass Plunger Assembly for 5000 New Style By-pass Rubber 1/2" X 6" Hex Head S/S 1/2" Flat Washer S/S 1/2" Ny-lock Nut S/S 1 1 2 4 2 Deck Rubbers All screen panels lay flat and on top of deck rubbers. Marsh mellow Mount Assembly Marsh mellow mounts provide the means of suspending the shaker bed and greatly reducing the transmission of vibration to the skid unlike conventional springs. To close turn handle counter clockwise until snug. Each vibrator is attached by six 3/4"-16x 31/2" grade 8 pltd NF hex head cap screws. Wedge Fluid Systems. ASFI79A ASFI79 ASFI83 ASFI65BS Marshmellow "SR" spring assembly Marshmellow "SR" spring Only Urethane Mounting Pin "SR" Shipping bracket 4 4 8 4-8 Vibrator Mounting Bolts Each Vibrator is attached to the top of the shaker bed by six 3/4"x 31/2" pltd nf gr 8 bolts/fw/n. Starter Enclosures (Optional) If your Series 5000B4 Linear Shaker comes equipped with a starter see the starter data sheet in the back of this manual for detailed information. Inc Belle Chasse. six grade 8 pltd NF hex nuts and twelve grade 8 SAE flat washers mounted on both sides of the bolt. hose off excess dirt on deck rubbers then replace it with a new panel. A washer is placed on the head side of the bolt then slipped from the inside through the shaker bed and out so that threads are exposed. Each bolt should be torqued to 315 foot pounds and checked after 72 hours of operation then again after two weeks of continuous operation.OM-5000B3 Fluid Systems. Inc. F75X35 F75NT F75FW ¾” x 3 1/2” pltd nf gr 8 bolts ¾” nut ¾” flat washer 12 12 24 The adjustable deck angle is +5 degrees to 5 degrees. By eliminating the “hook” style screens. To open turn handle clockwise. nuts or washers should be substituded ). Deck rubbers are attached with aluminum or stainless hammer rivets DRFSI47S DRFSI49 5000B4 deck rubber set Aluminum hammer rivet 1 80 30 December. This allows a person to stab vibrator and easily slip the other washer over the thread side of the bolt and then screw on the nut. To change screen panels just knock the wedges loose and pull out the panel to be changed. (no cap screws. LA 70037 Teflon sheet in back of this manual for details of your vibrator motor. By-Pass Plunger Assembly (Optional) In order for the slurry being screened to bypass screen deck area.

Attachments (Some may not be included in your manual) 30 December. SKFSI2A SKFSI1 SKFSI4 F25X125HHSS F25LWSS F25FWSS F25NTSS Skirt flap Assembly Skirt Flap Mounting plate ¼” X 1-1/4” SS hex head bolt ¼” SS lock washer ¼” SS flat washer ¼” SS nut 1 1 1 4 4 8 4 Mist Sprayers (Optional) A fine mist spraying system may be provided to eliminate the problem of soft clays (gumbo in drilling applications) blinding the screen resulting in lower screen life and reduced volume handling capacity of the shaker. Different spray angle and coverage sprayers are available through Fluid Systems. The amount of spray can be adjusted as desired by installing a ball valve on the sprayer feed lines. on the motor body near the terminal box). Inc Belle Chasse. The removal of this weir flow deflector will minimize screen WF202 Weir flow deflector 1 Vibrator Replacement Parts When ordering replacement or spare parts. 2010 Page 16 of 17 . Weir Flow Deflector Some models may come equipped with a feed box requiring a weir flow deflector should be in place during all operations of the Series 5000B4 Linear Shaker. Standard Paint Procedure Quality Assurance Certificate VGS Technical Data Sheet Limited Warranty DRFSI38 DRFSI40 Skirt Flap A 18"x42 1/2" skirt flap with mounting plate is mounted on the discharge end of the shaker bed to allow screen overs to dump directly into a dump slide or chute.OM-5000B3 Fluid Systems.If it does not – contact Fluid Systems for the certified drawing. This item reduces the impact of the material you are screening on the back feed screen panel. LA 70037 Aluminum Pop rivet Stainless Pop rivet 80 80 Trouble Shooting Chart Technical Data Sheets One Year Normal Wear and Tear List Motor Data Sheets Technical Summary Page Screen Panel Technical Data Sheet Spare Parts List Static Loading Calculations Installation Drawing Since Fluid Systems customizes many pieces of equipment and many drawings in these manuals are “generic” . Inc. please be sure to specify model and serial number (all on the rating plate.please verify that the drawing included in your manual represents the equipment you have received.

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