3 Introduction: This manual covers the installation and operation of Humboldt FlexPanels for Triaxial and Permeability testing. This equipment comes in different configurations but is essentially built from two basic units. The equipment is packaged for easy installation, which allows you to be up and running as quickly as possible. The primary intention of this manual is to guide the first-time user of FlexPanels through the familiarization and installation of the equipment. After the initial installation is accomplished the manual can serve as an ongoing reference for installation changes or future reference on the equipment. While this manual is intended to include as much available information as possible, it is designed for those who will not be reading the entire manual or who only want to refer to specific sections. Users should classify themselves and proceed accordingly: First-Time User: We recommend that all first time users and those basically unfamiliar with FlexPanel operation read the entire manual before proceeding with installation. Experienced User: Refer to Precautions and Maintenance. Unpacking and Inspection Carefully remove the contents of the carton in which the panel was shipped. Inspect the carton and the panel and make note of any apparent physical damage. If severe damage is present then you should consider rejecting the shipment and contacting the shipping company concerning in-transit damage claims. We have made every effort at the factory before shipping to fully inspect, test, and properly package this product so that it reaches you defect-free and without damage. All packaging materials should be saved and set aside in case a return shipment needs to be made. Precautions and Warnings This equipment was designed to work with a maximum of 150 PSI (1000 kpa) of air pressure. If pressures greater than 150 PSI (1000 kpa) are used it could be dangerous for the operator, as well as cause damage to the equipment. Leaks in the lines which contain water will influence the test results. Leaks can occur at tube connections especially those which are taken apart and reconnected. The quick-connects will leak if the o-ring has been cut, which will happen when the o-ring is not lubricated. Parker makes an o-ring lubricate called Super-O-Lube designed to be used with O-ring seals.
4 Functional Overview Purpose of Equipment The panels are used to control pressure and monitor flow of liquids in and out of various testing apparatus. The device can be used with other equipment to perform these ASTM procedures: D4767, D2850, D5084 and other international standards. How equipment can be used: To back-pressure saturate a specimen. Monitor consolidation or swell (volume change) Control pressure and monitor volume change during a shear test. Monitor flow in and out of a sample and control pressure for permeability testing. Description Humboldt FlexPanels are available in 5 separate panel configurations, which can be grouped together to accommodate from 1 to 5 cell setups. The five different types of Panels include: HM F A Master Controller. The Master Control panel can be used to control the functions of up to 5 cells utilizing combinations of HM-4150A and HM-4160A FlexPanels. Each cell requires a group of dedicated control burettes. HM-4150A panels provide 1 group of controls and the HM-4160A panels provide 2 groups of controls. HM F 1 group of control burettes and an integral master controller HM F 2 groups of control burettes and an integral master controller HM-4140M.3F Same as HM F, except it reads in kpa HM-4150M.3F Same as HM F, except it reads in kpa HM-4160M.3F Same as HM F, except it reads in kpa HM-4150A Add-on panel with 1 group of control burettes HM-4160A Add-on panel with 2 groups of control burettes
5 HM-4140 HM-4150 fig. 1 HM-4160 The HM-4140, HM-4150 and HM-4160 Distribution Panels all use the same control section, which is essentially a HM-4140 Master Controller. No matter which panel you are using, the controls will work the same. See the following pages for explanations of the different panels and controls. HM-4150A fig. 2 HM-4160A The HM-4150A and HM-4160A Distribution Panels are add-on panels, which can be used with any of the Controller Panels in fig. 1
6 The Master Controller The Master Controller (Fig. 3) can be used as a stand-alone controller (HM-4140) for controlling functions when used in conjunction with HM-4150A and HM-4160A Distribution Panels. 1 Master Controller AIR SUPPLY 2 SUPPLY DEAIRED WATER TANK 3 TAP WATER 4 DEAIRED WATER OUTPUT OUTPUT fig. 3
7 The Master Controller can also be used as an integral part of the HM-4150 and HM-4160 Distribution Panels (Fig. 4). In all cases, the Master Controller functions in the same way. 1 Master Controller HM-4150 Distribution Panel VENT VENT VENT AIR SUPPLY 2 CELL BASE TOP SUPPLY DEAIRED WATER TANK BIAS ON BRIDGE ON 3 EXTERNAL EXTERNAL EXTERNAL TAP WATER 4 DEAIRED WATER OUTPUT BURETTE CELL BURETTE BASE BURETTE TOP OUTPUT fig. 4
8 Master Controller Functions The Master Controller is shown in fig. 3 and fig. 4. The different sections of the Controller are numbered to reference the drawings and the operation of each is explained below. 1 This is the digital display, which allows you to read the current cell, base or top pressures from up to 5 different cells, depending upon your particular configuration. To read a pressure, raise the toggle valve, located under the regulator for which you wish to check the pressure (indicated by the second red arrow) and the pressure will be displayed in the digital display. Only one line can be read at a time. 2 These are the regulators and dial gauges for setting the air and vacuum supply pressures to the FlexPanel. The Air Supply pressure regulator is used to set incoming air pressures from an air compressor. It can be set from psi ( kpa), and the resulting air pressure is displayed on the pressure gauge above the regulator. The regulator setting should be set at least 5 psi (35 kpa) lower than the lowest pressure coming from the air compressor. The lower regulator controls the vacuum pressure supplied to the FlexPanel, as well as to Section 4 of the control panel. An external vacuum pump is required to supply vacuum to the control panel. The gauge above the regulator displays the regulated vacuum. 3 This section controls the De-aired water tank. The top valve has two input lines. One is connected to a vacuum pump and the other to a low pressure regulator, (less than 5 psi), which has been preset at the factory. The output goes to the top of the de-aired water tank. The lower valve also has two input lines. One going to a drain or a container to collect waste liquid and the other is connected to a water supply (tap water or special permeate). The output is connected to the bottom side of the De-aired water tank. 4 This section controls sources of water, compressed air and vacuum. The top valve can be set to supply tap water or de-aired water to the quick connect located below it. The bottom valve supplies a regulated air pressure or regulated vacuum to the quick connect below it. The air pressure is supplied by the same regulator that supplies air to the de-aired water tank and the vacuum is regulated by the vacuum regulator.
9 FlexPanel Control Groups Humboldt FlexPanel Controls are organized into groups consisting of three, control burettes, each of which can be used to regulate pressure or volume changes. Models HM-4150 and HM-4150A provide one group of control burettes and Models HM-4160 and HM-4160A provide two groups of control burettes. Selection A2 1 Sections 2 3 Master Controller HM-4150 Distribution Panel Selection Pressure Regulator Pressure Regulator Toggle Toggle T1 A1 R2 R1 T2 AIR SUPPLY SUPPLY VENT VENT CELL BASE VENT TOP R3 T3 A3 Selection Pressure Regulator Toggle Bias BA DEAIRED WATER TANK BIAS ON BRIDGE ON BV Bridge Extenal E2 Extenal Quick Connect Fill/Drain V2 E1 V1 C1 F1 TAP WATER DEAIRED WATER OUTPUT OUTPUT EXTERNAL BURETTE CELL EXTERNAL BURETTE BASE EXTERNAL BURETTE TOP E3 V3 C3 F3 Extenal Quick Connect Fill/Drain Quick Connect Fill/Drain C2 F2 B1 B2 Assembly 2 B3 Assembly 3 HM-4150 with its one group of control burettes labeled for reference. fig. 5
10 Group Controls Section 1 A1 R1 R2 BA T1 B1 C1 V1 The Selection (A1) at the top of the section selects the type of pressure input for the top of the burette assembly. It can select (Regulated), VENT (to atmosphere), (closed) or (controlled by the Regulator below it). The Pressure Regulator (R1) supplies a regulated pressure for the burette assembly in this section. The regulator in section 1 is different than the regulators in sections 2 and 3. It has a bias feature, which when turned to the Bias On (BA) setting, adds the pressure set in Section 2 to Section 1. When the Bias is on, adjusting pressures with the Section 2 Regulator (R2), will maintain the differences in pressure between Section 1 and 2 in direct proportion to the original Section settings. When using the knob to adjust the pressure it will not turn as easy as the standard type regulator. To monitor the pressure being set on the regulator there is a Toggle (T1) directly below the regulator, which is used to connect the regulator to a pressure read out. To check the pressure while adjusting the regulator lift the toggle and read the pressure on the digital display located at the top of the Master Controller. Only one pressure can be monitored at a time. The Toggle (T1) should be closed after checking the pressure. The Assembly (B1) has one port at the top, which is connected to both the external and internal side of the burette. The bottom of the Assembly has two outlets, one connected to the external side and one connected to the internal side of the burette. The Assembly in Section 1 comes with a 50cc burette readable to 0.1cc. The External (E1) is connected to the External Port and to the Cell (C1) Quick-Connect. When the valve is turned to External, water can flow from the external side of the to the Cell (C1) Quick-Connect. The (V1) is connected to the burette and to the Cell (C1) Quick-Connect. When the is turned to, water can flow from the burette to the Cell (C1) Quick-Connect. The External and s can be opened at the same time and the water levels on both sides of the burette should be about the same level.
11 F1 The Fill/Drain (F1) is used to fill and drain the Assembly (B1). To fill either the External or the chambers, the External (C1) or the burette value (V1) are opened. If a line is connected to the Quick- Connect (C1) when filling or draining, the on the cell end should be closed. Turn the valve to Drain very slowly and the or External Chamber will drain to a waste container or a drain line. To use the Fill setting, the burette assembly must be vented. This is done by turning the Selection (A1) to vent. Then the Fill and Drain (F1) can be turned to the Fill setting, and water will flow into the and/or the External chamber. This should be done slowly as not to over-fill the unit. Group Controls Section 2 R2 BA B2 The Controls in Section 2 of a control group are primarily the same as Section 1. See Section 1 descriptions for an explanation. However, there are a few differences, which are outlined below: The Regulator (R2) in Section 2 is not a bias-type regulator. The Pressure Regulator (R2) supplies a regulated pressure for the burette assembly in this section. In addition it can be used in conjunction with Section 1 in Bias mode. With the Bias (BA) set to the Bias On position pressure settings are added to the settings in Section 1. When the Bias is on, adjusting pressures with the Section 2 Regulator (R2), will maintain the differences in pressure between Section 1 and 2 in direct proportion to the original Section settings. The Assembly in Section 2 comes with a 10cc readable to.02cc, and the area of the burette is 0.263cm². Group Controls Section 3 R3 R3 R2 B3 BV B3 The Pressure Regulator (R3) supplies a regulated pressure for the burette assembly in this section. Below the Pressure Regulator (R3) is a Bridge (BV), which takes the pressure from Pressure Regulator (R2) and bridges it to Assembly (B3) when the valve is turned to Bridge On. When the bridge is used, the valve (BA) should be turned to off so the Regulator is isolated from the system. When using the Regulator (R3) with the Assembly (B3) the Bridge (BV) should be turned to Off. The Assembly (B3) comes with a 10cc readable to.02cc, and the area of the burette is 0.263cm².
12 Models HM-4150A and HM-4160A are Add-on panels, which can be used with any of the Control Panels. The HM-4150A provides the controls for one cell and the HM-4160A provides controls for two. 1 Sections 2 3 Selection A2 HM-4150A Distribution Panel Selection Pressure Regulator Pressure Regulator Toggle Toggle Bias A1 R2 R1 T2 T1 BA VENT BIAS ON VENT CELL BASE BRIDGE ON VENT TOP R3 T3 BV A3 Selection Pressure Regulator Toggle Bridge Extenal E2 Extenal Quick Connect Quick Connect Fill/Drain Fill/Drain E2 E1 V2 V1 C1 C2 F1 F2 Assembly 1 B1 EXTERNAL BURETTE CELL Assembly 2 EXTERNAL BURETTE BASE B2 EXTERNAL BURETTE TOP E3 V3 C3 F3 B3 Extenal Quick Connect Fill/Drain Assembly 3 HM-4150A Add-on Panel with its one group of control burettes labeled for reference. fig. 6
13 Installation and Configuration The contents of this section will guide the user through the proper steps required to safely install and hook up the Panel. This section should be read in its entirety for first-time installers and reviewed during the installation process. Equipment Set-up The first thing, after taking the panel out of the carton, is to place the panel(s) on a level work surface capable of supporting the unit(s) and providing sufficient room in which to work and service the panels later. It is advantageous to be able to walk behind the panel(s) to perform maintenance and check for leaks. Service lines will need to be run to the rear of the panel and the work space in front of the panel(s) will need to supply sufficient room for permeability or triaxial cells, as well as the tubing connecting the cells to the panel(s). Required Utilities All panels need the following utilities for operation. Compressed Air Supply FlexPanels require a reliable source of clean, dry air of sufficient volume to supply the Panels bleeding regulators. The minimum requirement is a compressor that can supply 3cfm at 125 or 150psi with a 30-gallon tank. As more units are added the capacity of the compressor should be increased (Some installations may require a 15cfm compressor with a 60-gallon tank). The air coming from the compressor should pass through a filter system to remove dirt and entrained liquid in the air line. Tap Water Supply Tap water is used to fill the de-aired water tank and run Triaxial quick tests. It is connected to one of the control panels (HM-4140, HM-4150 or HM-4160) on the Lower Service Connector Plate. HM-4150A and HM-4160A Add-On Panels do not have a Tap Water Connector. De-Aired Water Supply A source of De-Aired water is required to perform most triaxial permeability tests. This is usually supplied by the use of a De-Airing tank Vacuum Supply FlexPanels need a source of vacuum. This is usually supplied by a small vacuum pump. Control Panels have a vacuum regulator that regulates vacuum between 0 and 14.7 PSI (29 in hg, 101 kpa, 760 mm hg). Add-on Panels, which do not have a vacuum regulator can be a supplied with regulated vacuum from a Control Panel or unregulated vacuum from the vacuum pump. Water Drain FlexPanel operation requires a drain for water used in operation. The Lower Service Connector Plate has a connector for attaching a drain line to carry away the liquids released.
14 Connecting Utilities Located on the back of each FlexPanel is one or two service connector plates. These connector plates are used to connect utilities to the panels (Figure 7). Twenty feet of 1/4-inch plastic tube has been supplied for service connections. Rear of Control Panels (HM-4140, HM-4150, HM-4160) showing Lower and Upper Service Connector Plates. Also shows plugs used in exit connector for Pressure and Readout when not using Add-On Panel. Rear of Add-On Panels (HM-4150A, HM-4160A) showing Lower Service Connector Plate. Figure 7
15 Control Panel Connections (HM-4140, HM-4150, HM-4160): (1/4-inch tubing is used for connections) 1) Install a section of tubing from the air supply to the PRESS IN connector on the lower service connector plate. 2) Install a section of tubing from the water line to the TAP connector on the lower service connector plate. 3) Install a section of tubing from the water side of the de-aired water tank to the DEAIRED connector, marked de-aired on the lower service connector plate. 4) Install a section of tubing from the vacuum supply to the VAC connector on the lower service connector plate. 5) Install a section of tubing from a drain pipe or tank to the connector on the lower service connector plate. 6) Install a section of tubing from the top or air side of the de-aired water tank to the AIR connector on the upper service connector plate. 7) Install a section of tubing from the water side of the de-aired water tank to the WATER connector on the upper service connector plate. Add-On Panel Connections (HM-4150A, HM-4160A): (1/4-inch tubing is used for connections) 1. Install a section of tubing between the two service connectors of the Control Panel PRESS OUT and the Add-On Panel PRESS. 2. Install a section of tubing between the two service connectors of the Control Panel READOUT and the Add-On Panel READOUT. 3. Install a section of tubing with UNION TEE FITTING (HM ) between the two service connectors of the Control Panel DEAIRED and the Add-On Panel DEAIRED. 4. Install a section of tubing with UNION TEE FITTING (HM ) between the two service connectors of the Control Panel AGE and the Add-On Panel AGE. 5. Install a section of tubing with UNION TEE FITTING (HM ) between the two service connectors of the Control Panel VAC (vacuum) and the Add-On Panel VAC.
16 Operation This section discusses the use of FlexPanels when running a typical test. Refer to Figure 8 on next page) Master Controller The individual functions of the Master Controller are reviewed below. Digital Display The Digital Display provides a readout of the cell, base or top pressures of an individual test cell. To read a pressure, raise the toggle valve (T1, T2 or T3), located under the regulator for the section you wish to check. (Indicated by the second red arrow) and the pressure will be displayed in the digital display. Only one section pressure can be read at a time. Air Pressure Supply Regulator and Gauge The Lower Service Connector Plate has a connector for a compressed air line (PRESS IN). Compressed air is connected to the air regulator, which is adjusted to set the desired pressure. This pressure is displayed on the regulator s pressure gauge. The regulator is turned clockwise to increase pressure and counterclockwise to decrease it. Regulated pressure is connected to the Lower Service Connector Plate, which feeds pressure to any Add-On Panels. The regulated output should be set at a pressure below the low-end pressure of the air compressor. The Add-On Panel Regulators can not be used at levels near or greater than the pressure setting. Vacuum Regulator and Gauge The Lower Service Connector Plate has a connector for a vacuum pump (VAC). The vacuum pump's output is controlled by a vacuum regulator connected to the Lower Service Connector Plate. The vacuum pressure can be read on the Pressure Gauge on the front of the panel above the regulator. There is a connection for regulated vacuum and the Pressure/Vacuum Output Quick Connect at the bottom left corner of a Control Panel. De-aired Water Tank Controls This section is made up of two valves which control the functions of the de-aired water tank. The top valve connects a regulated, low-level air pressure source or a vacuum from the vacuum pump. The air pressure is used to help force the water from the de-aired water tank into the individual Section s of a Control Group, or it is used when force draining the De-airing tank. It is recommended that the De-airing Tank be positioned above the panel boards and allowing the de-aired water to gravity flow into the burettes rather than applying pressure to force the water into the burettes. This helps maintain the de-aired quality of the water. The vacuum is used when making de-aired water. The lower valve is used to drain the tank or fill it with water from a supply. The water supplied can be tap water or a specially prepared water.
17 Selection A2 1 Sections 2 3 Master Controller HM-4150 Distribution Panel Selection Pressure Regulator Pressure Regulator Toggle Toggle T1 A1 R2 R1 T2 AIR SUPPLY SUPPLY VENT VENT CELL BASE VENT TOP R3 T3 A3 Selection Pressure Regulator Toggle Bias BA DEAIRED WATER TANK BIAS ON BRIDGE ON BV Bridge Extenal E2 Extenal Quick Connect Fill/Drain V2 E1 V1 C1 F1 TAP WATER DEAIRED WATER OUTPUT OUTPUT EXTERNAL BURETTE CELL EXTERNAL BURETTE BASE EXTERNAL BURETTE TOP E3 V3 C3 F3 Extenal Quick Connect Fill/Drain Quick Connect Fill/Drain C2 F2 B1 B2 Assembly 2 B3 Assembly 3 HM-4150 FlexPanel all components labeled for reference. fig. 8
18 To make De-aired water, assuming a Nold De-aired unit or a De-aired water tank has been connected to the panel, following these steps: 1. Set the vacuum regulator to highest vacuum level. 2. Turn the Deaired Water Tank in Section 3 of the Master Controller to vacuum, which applies a vacuum to the De-aired Water Tank. 3. Fill the tank about three quarters full with water by turning the Fill/Drain to Fill. Once the tank is filled, turn valve to Off. 4. If using a Nold De-airing tank, turn the unit's motor on for 10 minutes prior to testing. lf using a De-airing tank, apply vacuum for one hour. When water has been De-aired turn valve to off. Control Groups This section will discuss how the panel is used with a triaxial or permeability cell. Humboldt FlexPanel Controls are organized into Groups consisting of three, Control s, each of which can be used to regulate pressure or volume changes. There are a few differences in the controls for these burettes, which are discussed below. Pressure Selection The Selection (A1) at the top of the section selects the type of pressure input for the top of the burette assembly. It has four settings: VENT In this position, the regulated vacuum from the master panel or other vacuum connected to the service panel is connected to the burette section. The vacuum is used to pull air out of the water in the burette assemble or pull a partial vacuum on the sample. The water can boil at high vacuum levels. In this position, the Section is vented to the atmosphere. It is used to apply atmospheric pressure to the Section. In the off position, the top of the Section is sealed off. In this position, the pressure, controlled by the regulator below the valve is applied to the Section, This valve for all of the sections function the same. It is used to apply atmospheric pressure to the top of the burette assembly. It is used when filling the burette assembly before opening the valve. To vent close one of the valves on the cell to isolate the cell from the panel. Turn valve (A1) to the pressure position which connects the pressure from the regulator below the valve to the top of the burette assemble. Pressure Regulator The Pressure Regulator controls the air pressure provided to the Pressure Selection, located above the Regulator. To set a pressure, lift the Toggle, located below the Pressure Regulator, and then, turn the Regulator while monitoring the pressure on the digital display of the master panel.
19 The pressure should be checked and adjusted after approximately 15 minutes and then checked periodically when taking readings on from the s. Toggle The Toggle s are all connected in a series of tees, leading to the Digital Display on the Control Panel. When the Toggle is lifted, the pressure for the adjacent Control is indicated on the Digital Display. Only one Control pressure can be read at one time. Bias Section 2 (Base) is the only section with a Bias (BA). This valve is located below the Section 2 Toggle. The Bias (BA) is used to combine the output pressure of Section 2 (Base) with that of Section 1 (Cell). This is accomplished through the use of an extra port in the Regulator for Section 1, which allows it to connect the output from Section 2 (Base) via the Bias. When the Bias is open, it will connect the output of Section 2 with Section 1. Therefore, when adjustments are made to the Section 2 (Base) Regulator (R2) the Section 1(Cell) Regulator (R1) will be changed by the same amount. This feature can be used during back pressure saturation, allowing the operator to use the Section 2 regulator (R2) to alter pressures, which maintains the pressure difference between Section 1 (Cell) and Section 2 (Base). Bridge Section 3 (Top) is the only Section with a Bridge. This valve is located below the Section 3 Toggle. The Bridge, when open, connects the output of the Section 2 Regulator, to the top of the Section 3 (Top) Control. The Section 3 Pressure Selection (A3) should be in the off position when using the Bridge. If the Bias and Bridge s are both open, the Section 2 Regulator can be used to increase the pressure equally to all three Control Sections. and External s These valves are located at the bottom of the controls in each Control Section. The is connected to the bottom of the Internal of the Assembly, while the External is connected to the Outer. Opening one or both of these valves connects them with the Quick Connect in Section 1 (Cell). When the is open, the Internal is connected to the Section 1 Quick Connect. When the External is open the External is connected to the Section 1 Quick Connect. These s can both be open at the same time, which results in the Internal and the External seeking the same water level. When monitoring volume changes, only the should be open.
20 Fill and Drain s This valve located at the bottom of each of the Control Sections and is used to fill and drain the Internal and External s of the Assemblies. To Fill, the or External s need to be open to fill that portion of the Assembly. The water to fill the Assembly comes from the Deaired Water Port on the Lower Service Connector Plate. The Assembly can not be filled unless the top is vented by turning the Selection to vent. The top does not have to be vented to drain the Assembly. Triaxial Hydraulic Conductivity Testing Procedure This section discusses how the equipment can be used for back pressure saturation and consolidation of a TriaxiaI/Hydraulic Conductivity test specimen. The steps for setting up a sample in a Triaxial Shear cell or a Hydraulic Conductivity Cell will not be discussed. Triaxial Cell Connection FlexPanel Control Groups are comprised of three Control s, which are labeled: Cell, Base and Top. These correspond to the Ports on Triaxial Cells labeled the same. To connect a Triaxial Cell to the Flexpanel: Use a length of 1/4-inch tubing to connect the Cell Quick Connect (Section 1 of a Control Group) to the Cell Pressure Port on the Triaxial Cell. For a Hydraulic Conductivity Set-up, the length of the tube can be as short as 2 feet. For a Triaxial Shear Set-up, the tube should be long enough to permit the Triaxial Cell to be placed in a load frame without disconnecting the cell pressure line. Two lengths of 1/8-inch tubing should be used to connected the Base (Section 2 of a Control Group) and Top (Section 3 of a Control Group) Quick Connects to the corresponding Ports on the Triaxial Cell. Filling The Assemblies It is assumed that De-aired Water has been prepared following the procedure in the De-aired Water Tank Controls Section on page Fill the Assemblies with De-aired water by using pressure supplied by selecting "Pressure" from the in section 3 of the Master Control section or by allowing gravity feed from the De-airing tank if it is located above the panel board and by turning the selection valves (A1, A2, A3) to vent. Then, fill the External s for each section by turning the External (E1, E2, E3) to the external position. Turn the FiIl/Drain (F1, F2, F3) slowly to allow water to fill the external section of the Assembly. Initially there will be a mixture of air and water. Allow the External to fill about 3/4 full, then turn the Fill/Drain s and the External s (E1, E2, E3) to off. Now, turn the s (V1, V2, V3) to. Turn the FiIl/Drain (F1, F2, F3) slowly to allow water to fill the internal section of the Assembly.
21 Allow the Internal to fill about 3/4 full, then turn the Fill/Drain s (F1, F2, F3) and the s (V1, V2, V3) to off. It is now assumed the Assemblies are filled with De-aired Water. Flushing Lines from Panel to Cell Before setting up a sample in the Triaxial Cell, allow water to flow through the Top and Base tubes to flush air out of the lines. This can be accomplished by turning the External (E2 and E3) to External and opening the Base and Top on the Triaxial Cell. If the Base is open and the Base External is on, water and bubbles of air will start flowing from the holes in the Base Pedestal of the Triaxial Cell, and If the Top is open and the Top External is on, water and bubbles of air will start flowing from the Top drain line of the Triaxial Cell. The flushing process is complete when no additional bubbles come from the base or the Top Cap tubes, and there are no apparent bubbles in the tubes connecting the Cell to the FlexPanel. Do not allow all the water to flow out of the External. If it gets close to the bottom it should be refilled to 3/4 full. Note: The cell has two top and base drain ports and only one is being flushed with water at this time. Triaxial Sample Set-Up Be sure to saturate the Porous Stones and trap as little air as possible inside the Sample Membrane. Once the sample has been set up and the Triaxial Cell cover is in place, the Cell can be filled with water. This can be accomplished in two ways. If the cell is going to be filled with De-aired water and the 1/4-inch tube going to the cell is plugged into the Quick Connect (C1) these are the steps. 1) Make sure External (E1) and (V1) are turned off. 2) Make sure the Top of the Triaxial Cell is vented to the atmosphere. 3) Turn the Fill/Drain valve (F1) to and the Cell should start filling with water. 4) When water begins coming out of the top of the Cell, turn the Fill/Drain (F1) to off. 5) Close the vent on the top of the Cell. The Cell can also be filled with Tap Water or De-aired Water from the FlexPanel by following these steps. 1) Unplug the Cell Pressure line from Quick Connect (C1) and plug it into the Quick Connect (P1) below the Tap Water/De-Aired Water in the Master Control Section (4) of the panel. 2) Make sure the top of the Cell is vented. 3) Turn the Water/De-Aired Water to Tap Water or De-aired Water to fill the Cell 4) When the water begins coming out of the top of the Cell turn the Water/De-Aired Water off. 5) Close the vent on the top of the Cell. 6) Unplug the cell line from quick connect (P1) and plug it into quick connect (C1) on the standard panel.
22 Applying Initial Cell Pressure The following steps should be followed when applying the initial cell pressure before starting back pressure saturation. 1) If the sample length is being monitored take a reference reading before applying pressure to cell. 2) Turn the selection valve (A1) to the pressure position. 3) Lift the Toggle (T1) and check the pressure setting of the pressure regulator (R1). 4) Those systems with a Master Control Panel can read the pressure on the Digital Display. 5) Adjust the Pressure Regulator to a pressure between 2 and 5 psi (14-35 kpa). 6) Turn either the External (E1) or (V1) to the open position. 7) Open the Cell Pressure on the Cell and the Cell will now be pressurized. Flushing Triaxial Cell Drain Lines The following steps should be followed to flush air out of the Triaxial Cell drainage lines or any air trapped during sample set up. To flush the Base: I) Turn the Selection (A2) to the Vent position. 2) Turn the External (E2) to the External position. 3) Open the Triaxial Cell's Base Drain, which is connected to the tube leading to the FlexPanel. 4) Open the Triaxial Cell's Base Drain, which is not connected to the Flexpanel so water can flow through the Base s and flush air bubbles out of the Base Drainage Lines. If a transducer is connected to the Base Drainage it will need to be vented so water can flow through it 5) When it appears that all the air is out of the drainage line close the s being used to flush the Base Drain Lines. To flush the Top: 6) Turn the Selection (A3) to the vent position. 7) Turn the External (E3) to the External position. 8) Open the Triaxial Cell's Top Drain, which is connected to the tube leading to the FlexPanel. 9) Open the Triaxial Cell's Top Drain, which is not connected to the Flexpanel so water can flow through the Top Drain Lines and flush air bubbles out of the Top Drainage Lines. If a transducer is connected to the Top Drainage it will have to be vented so water can flow through it. 10) When it appears all the air is out of the drainage lines close the s being used to flush the Top Drain Lines.
23 Back Pressure Saturate Sample The following steps should be followed to back pressure saturate the sample. 1) Turn the Selection (A2) to Pressure. 2) Turn the Bias to Bias On. 3) Turn the (V2) to. 4) Turn the Selection (A3) to off. 5) Turn the Bridge (BV) to Bridge On. 6) Turn the (V3) to. 7) Make sure the Top and Base s on the Triaxial cell, which are connected to the FlexPanel, are open. Check the cell pressure by lifting the Toggle (T1). 8) Check the level of the water in the s in Section 2 (Base) and 3 (Top) to make sure they are over half full. 9) Apply back pressure to Sample. a) Take Pore Pressure reading and readings for Section 2 (Base) and 3 (Top). b) Lift to open Toggle (T2) in Section 2. c) Adjust the back pressure using Regulator (R2). Raise the pressure to 5 psi (35 kpa). When the pressure is increased, check the sample and burette to make sure the Membrane is not blowing up. If water from the s in Section 2 (Base) and 3 (Top) start filling the membrane, close the Top and Base s on the Triaxial Cell and check pressure in Section 1 (Cell) to make sure it has increased. The pressure can be read on the Digital Display on the Control Panel. d) Check cell pressure by lifting Toggle (T1) in section 1 and read the pressure on the Digital Display on the control panel. The cell pressure should have increased by 5 psi (35 kpa). If the pressure did not increase by 5 psi (35 kpa) adjust the Pressure Regulator (R1) to the appropriate reading. The following steps should be followed to check B valve during back pressure saturation. 1) Check the back pressure, lift Toggle (T2) in section 2 (Base). Make adjustments in reading if necessary. 2) Check the cell pressure, lift Toggle (T1) in section 1 (Cell) and make adjustment in reading if necessary. 3) Close the Top and Base Drainage s on the base of the Triaxial Cell. 4) Take Pore Pressure Transducer reading. The pore pressure transducer is part of the Triaxial cell when we do the triaxial cell manual will address the pore pressure transducer.
24 5) Adjust the back pressure, lift Toggle (T2) in section 2 (Base). Increase pressure by an increment of 5, 10 or 20 psi (35, 70, or 140 kpa). 6) Take Pore Pressure Transducer reading. Monitor for 1 to 2 minutes. 7) Open the Top and Base Drainage s on base of Triaxial Cell. 8) Determine the "B" parameter: B = m d 3 m = Change in pore pressure d 3 = Change in cell pressure The water being pushed into sample can be monitored on s in Sections 2 (Base) and 3 (Top). Consolidation of Sample The following steps should be followed to consolidate the sample after back pressure saturation. 1) Check the back pressure by lifting the Toggle (T2) under the Pressure Regulator (R2) in Section 2 (Base) and make any adjustments, if necessary, then close the Toggle. 2) Check the water level of the s in section 2 (Base) and 3 (Top). The level should be set near the bottom of the burette so that the volume of water coming from the sample can be measured. 3) Close the Drainage s for the Top and Base on the Triaxial Cell. 4) Raise the effective pressure to the desired consolidation pressure. This is done by adjusting pressure regulator (R1) to a pressure which equals the sum of the effective consolidation pressure and the back pressure. To adjust the pressure lift the Toggle (T1) under the Pressure Regulator (R1) in Section 1 (Cell). Change the pressure using the Pressure Regulator (R1). Then close the toggle valve. 5) Take readings for the Base (Section 2) and Top (Section 3). Start timing and open the Drainage s on the Triaxial Cell at the same time. Take readings on the burettes to monitor rate of consolidation. Shearing Triaxial The Following steps should be taken to shear the sample after consolidation. 1) Check the back pressure by lifting the Toggle (T2) under the pressure Regulator (R2) in Section 2 (Base). Take a reading, do not adjust, close the Toggle (T2). 2) Check the cell pressure by lifting the Toggle (T1) under the Pressure Regulator (R1) in Section 1 (Cell) 1. Take reading, do not adjust, then close toggle valve
25 3) Place cell in load frame and take reading on pore pressure transducer. 4) Take other appropriate steps outlined in the ASTM Standard D4767 or any international standard. 5) For a undrained triaxial shear test, close the Drainage s on the bottom of the Triaxial Cell, not those going to the pressure transducer. Hydraulic Conductivity of Triaxial Sample The following steps can be taken after back pressure saturation or consolidation to set the panel up for Hydraulic Conductivity. There are additional steps to be taken when running the test but they will depend on the type of test being run and the specific equipment being used with the FlexPanel. 1) Lift the Toggle (T3) under Pressure Regulator (R3) in section 3 (Top). Adjust the Pressure Regulator (R3) to read the same pressure as Pressure Regulator (R2) in Section 2 (Base). Close the Toggle (T3). 2) Turn the Selection (A3) in Section 3 (Top) to Pressure. 3) Turn the Bridge (BV) to off. 4) Set the Head Pressure across the sample by adjusting Regulator (R2) in Section 2 (Base). 5) Make adjustments to the effective stress on the sample using the Pressure Regulator (R1) in Section 1 (Cell). 6) Monitor the flow of water in and out of the sample using the s in Sections 2 (Base) and 3 (Top). 7) When adjusting water levels in the s, close the Drainage on the Triaxial Cell first. Turn the Selection (A2) and (A3) to Vent, then use the Fill/Drain to adjust water level in.
256 Pneumatic Pressure Indicator 51425699 Copyright 2002 Slope Indicator Company. All Rights Reserved. This equipment should be installed, maintained, and operated by technically qualified personnel. Any
INSTALLATION and INSTRUCTION MANUAL for QUALITY AIR BREATHING SYSTEMS Model 50 Systems Outfitted with ABM-725 Monitor M A R T E C H S E R V I C E S C O M P A N Y OFFICE: (507) 843-4700 P.O. BOX 7079 Toll
3 GALLON, OILLESS PANCAKE COMPRESSOR INSTRUCTIONS Item #31289 The EASTWOOD 3 GALLON, OILLESS PANCAKE COMPRESSOR, with an Integral Air Regulator, efficiently supplies all compressed air requirements for
Product Manual MST Portable Air Filtration System SERVICE MANUAL MODEL BA100BMST 100 SCFM PORTABLE AIR PANEL WARNING: Do not attempt to operate this equipment without first reading and understanding the
Instruction Sheet Pressure Dump Valve Service Kit for Series 00 Units. Overview The Nordson pressure dump valve is used to relieve hydraulic pressure instantly in Series 00 applicator tanks when the unit
Rejuvenation Instructions #401 Air Systems UPR This NRI covers the following: Understanding the applications and operation of flow meters. Understand the application and operation of test pressure gauges.
OPERATION MANUAL RTI RHS650 RTI TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 4075 East Market Street York, PA 17402 Manual P/N 035-80589-02 Table of Contents Components... 2 Test... 4 Recovery/Recycling... 5 Evacuation... 7 Charging...
HAYWARD FLOW CONTROL Series PBV Back Pressure Valve and Series RPV Pressure Relief Valve INSTALLATION, OPERATION, AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS Page 1 of 20 Page 2 of 20 TABLE OF CONTENTS Safety Warnings
Dry 131h 1. DESCRIPTION The Viking Model G-1 Maintenance Air Compressor is an electric motor-driven, aircooled, single-stage, oil-less compressor. The unit is equipped with a check valve and provides a
AIR FILTER, REGULATOR AND LUBRICATOR 4035 ASSEMBLY AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 349 Mission Oaks Blvd., Camarillo, CA 930 Visit our Web site at http://www.harborfreight.com Copyright 004 by Harbor Freight
2 GALLON TWIN STACK AIR COMPRESSOR W/ HOSE REEL Model: 52024 CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING: You can create dust when you cut, sand, drill or grind materials such as wood, paint, metal, concrete, cement,
Installation and commissioning instructions 255 series and 256 series Table of contents 1 General information... 3 1.1 About these instructions... 3 1.2 About this product... 3 1.3 Appropriate usage...
LP and High Altitude LP Gas Conversion Kit For United States Installations Installation Instructions For Model Series *G6/PGF1 Furnaces, *L1/PGC1 Furnaces, and *R4/PPG1 Gas/Electric Appliances using Honeywell
TECHNICAL INFORMATION Installation, Operation, and Maintenance Balston 75-96 and 75-98 Nitrogen Generation System Tower Pressure Gauge 5'-1" 3'-6" 7'-4" 6'-10 1/2" PLAN VIEW Figure 1 - Balston 75-96 and
NATURAL GAS TO PROPANE CONVERSION KIT ALPKT57- INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS PROPANE CONVERSION KIT SAFETY... INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS... Tools and Parts... LP Gas Requirements... Table of Contents INSTALLATION
Test Procedure for TEST FOR STABILOMETER VALUE OF BITUMINOUS MIXTURES TxDOT Designation: Tex-208-F Effective Date: February 2005 1. SCOPE 1.1 Use this test method to determine the Hveem stability value
WW-730 Pressure Sustaining/Relief Control Valve Installation Operation & Maintenance Page 1 of 6 1. DESCRIPTION The Model 730 Pressure Relief / Sustaining Valve is an automatic control valve designed to
3 GALLON PANCAKE COMPRESSOR Model: 50959 CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING: You can create dust when you cut, sand, drill or grind materials such as wood, paint, metal, concrete, cement, or other masonry.
RD(H)20/25 Pressure-Reducing Regulator User Manual Read the complete manual before installing and using the regulator. 2 Safe Product Selection When selecting a product, the total system design must be
AIR COMPRESSOR OPERATING INSTRUCTION AND PARTS LIST OIL-LESS TYPE IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE STARTING OPERATIONS. THE CONTENTS ARE FOR GENERAL INFORMATION OF ALL THE SIMILAR MODELS. Record
Irrigation System Winterization and Pressurization Procedures Introduction Any time that an irrigation system is filled and pressurized, or when the system is drained and water flushed from the system,
110 AIR CONDITIONING CHILLED WATER PLANT 1. Ensure power to water chiller controller and all fan coil unit controllers is on 2. Ensure chilled water expansion tank level is at its proper level 3. Ensure
Model: ACT-4100 ACT-4100-3 ACT-4100-6 SUN ELECTRIC CORPORATION Page: 1 of 5 Installation Instructions INSTALLATION MUST BE PERFORMED BY QUALIFIED SUN PERSONNEL ONLY INSTALLATION OVERVIEW: The Installation
Floor Drinking Systems Optima Pressure Regulator Assembly and Operating Instructions Instruction Number: IM-030-02 07/2004 For all variations of the following series: 3221-00, 3226-00, 3231-00, 3236-00
Exercise 5-3 Wet Reference Leg EXERCISE OBJECTIVE Learn to measure the level in a vessel using a wet reference leg. DISCUSSION OUTLINE The Discussion of this exercise covers the following points: Measuring
PNEUMATIC PRESSURE CONTROLLERS VARIABLE VOLUME PRESSURE CONTROLLER MODELS: V-1 R AND V-2R The 3D Variable Volume Pressure Controller is available for requirements of 0-1,000 psi and 0-6,000 psi in absolute
Document Number: XE-ATA5PM-R1A UBEC 1AT AUTO TANK Fill System 08899155 Installation, Operation, & Setup Instructions Rev170906-EB-FRC PHYSICAL: 1302 WEST BEARDSLEY AVE ELKHART, IN 46514 WWW.ELKHARTBRASS.COM
g DEH 40050 Instructions Three-Phase, Platform-Mounted Distribution Transformers Introduction The equipment covered by these instructions should be operated and serviced only by competent technicians familiar
Installation Sheets Manual 121 Gas Combustion Combination Controls and Systems Section G Technical Bulletin GM Issue Date 0297 GM Series Dual-Block Multi-Function Gas Control Valves Figure 1: GM Series
Exercise 4-3 Zero Suppression and Zero Elevation EXERCISE OBJECTIVE In this exercise, you will learn the effect that mounting a pressure transmitter above or below the reference level has on the hydrostatic
P/N 126905-01 Rev. B 11/2016 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS MANUAL ON/OFF SAFETY VALVE/PILOT KIT MODEL GA9050A-1 (F0235) For All Single, Dual and Triple Burner Natural and Propane/LP Gas Logs P126905-01 For
Model B1 Accelerator with Integral Accelo-Check Bulletin 323 Rev. E Bulletin 323 Rev. E Instructions for Installation, Operation, Care and Maintenance Features 1. Quickens the operation of dry pipe valves.
2 GALLON TWIN STACK AIR COMPRESSOR Model: 9526 DO NOT RETURN TO STORE. Please CALL 800-348-5004 for parts and service. CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING: You can create dust when you cut, sand, drill or
INSTALLATION and OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS FLOJET Beer Pump Panels MODEL NO. 66134-1 66134-2 66134-3 66134-4 IMPORTANT INFORMATION This manual has been prepared to assist you in the operation of Perlick Beer
Light Commercial Reverse Osmosis System EE-1000 Manual Nimbus Water Systems 41840 McAlby Court, Suite A Murrieta, CA 92562 800-451-9343 Fax 951-894-2801 www.nimbuswater.com Nimbus Water Systems 1 EE-1000
Winter Shut Down Procedure Although we live in Beautiful BC, we still experience freezing temperatures. To minimize the risk of freeze damage to your irrigation system, you ll need to winterize it. Our
Provisional Test Method for Pressure Cycle Testing Filter Cartridges Used in UPW Distribution Systems Technology Transfer 92010941B-STD and the logo are registered service marks of, Inc. 1996, Inc. Provisional
PRESSURE TEST PUMP Model No: PTP00 Part No: 06020 OPERATING & MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS GC0/09 INTRODUCTION Thank you for purchasing this CLARKE Pressure Testing Pump. Before attempting to use the product,
INLET PRESS TAP WHITE-RODGERS 36E93-304 Delay-Opening Combination Gas Valve INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Operator: Save these instructions for future use! FAILURE TO READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY
2 GALLON AIR COMPRESSOR Model: 7517 DO NOT RETURN TO STORE. Please CALL 800-348-5004 for parts and service. CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING: You can create dust when you cut, sand, drill or grind materials
DS05C,D,G Dial Set Pressure Regulating Valves APPLICATION The Honeywell DS05C,D,G Dial Set Pressure Regulating Valve is a high quality pressure regulating valve that maintains a constant outlet pressure
TM INSTALLATION, CARE & USE MANUAL SWIRLFLO Refrigerated fountains with FLEXI-GUARD TM INSTALLER! CAUTION: Review these instructions before beginning installation. Be sure that installation conforms to
CONTENTS Float Operated Level Controllers IM0015 Nov. 2014 PAGE Introduction 1 Scope 1 Description 1 Specification 1 Control Installation 2 INTRODUCTION Side Mount Back Mount Prior to installing, the instructions
Features CRN Approved The PRO-50 Regulator has been granted a Canadian Registration Number. Sour Service Capability Available in NACE configurations that comply with NACE MR0175/MR0103. Environmental limits
Freedom8 ShoeBox Compressor Manual Warning!! This product is not a toy! Use or misuse can cause severe injury or death! Use only with adult supervision. This unit is only to be used with tanks, hoses and
Technical Information Installation, Operation, Installation, Operation and Maintenance and Maintenance Manual Manual Balston Model 75700-K728 Nitrogen Generator Figure 1-75700-K728 Overall Dimensions These
Senco Products Inc. 8485 Broadwell Road Cincinnati, Ohio 45244 PC1131 Electric Air Compressor Operating Instructions C US 2006, 2007 by Senco Products, Inc. Warnings for the safe use of this tool are included
Calcium Reactor CalcFeeder PRO User Manual 1.1a Model CalcFeeder AC1 PRO CalcFeeder AC2 PRO CalcFeeder AC3 PRO CalcFeeder AC4 PRO Page 1 Dear Customer, Thank you for purchasing an Pacific Sun CalcFeeder
Halsey Taylor Owners Manual 4410 Freeze Resistant Tubular Fountain STOP! PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION. ITALLATION ITRUCTIO FOR THE 4410FR FTN. WITH 97243C SINGLE VALVE CONTROL ASSEMBLY ARE LOCATED
Fisher Controls Instruction Manual Type S301 & S302 Gas Regulators October 1981 Form 5180 WARNING Fisher regulators must be installed, operated, and maintained in accordance with federal, state, and local
11.09 product manual H-4166 & H-4167 Voluvessel this is a blank page corrector This unit has been calibrated and is ready for use as received. After set-up, calibration is recommended. Calibration Check:
WW-720 Pressure Reducing Control Valve (Size Ranges: 2-4 and 6-14 ) Installation Operation & Maintenance Page 1 of 6 1. DESCRIPTION The Model 720 Pressure Reducing is an automatic control valve (powered
PROCEDURE TWO-PLY TESTABLE BELLOWS D 1 OF 5 TWO PLY BELLOWS TEST PROCEDURE Prepared by: Pathway Piping Solutions Daniel L. Edgar, PE Pine Valley, Ca 91962 Phone: (619) 473-8248 FAX: (619) 473-8148 Pathway
AIR INLINE METAL SHEAR ASSEMBLY and OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 3491 Mission Oaks Blvd. / Camarillo, CA 93011 Copyright 1997 by Harbor Freight Tools. All rights reserved. No portion of this manual or any artwork
Installation, Operation, and Maintenance Manual Parker Balston Figure 1 - N2-04 Nitrogen Generator These instructions must be thoroughly read and understood before installing and operating this product.
Vacuum egulator IV0/ eries oh AJ A45 ingle ided Connections eries AX For ease of installation and panel mounting AM AM Integrated digital pressure switch for panel mounting I -A I (Made to Order) ingle
Components preparation and pressure adjustment ABP Overview ABP is a component that enables boosting by s only up to twice primary pressure (.0MPa max.) in combination with using air tank but not using
CAT. No. KS-128E SUPER PRECISION AIR REGULATOR rsseries SUPER PRECISION AIR REGULATORS rrseries SUPER PRECISION AIR RELAYS Air Pressure Regulators that attain the ultimate in pressure control. SUPER PRECISION
Page 1 of 13 1. Description The Viking 2 Model G-2000 Dry Valve Riser Assembly consists of a small profile, light weight, pilot operated valve that is used to separate the water supply from the dry sprinkler
Oxygen Dialflow Meter Instructions for Use 702-0031.9 May 2014 1. Symbols Warning! Caution! Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in personal injury to the user
300 Held Drive Northampton Pa 18067 610.262.6090 June 10, 2015 Recommended testing for verifying device performance. Intervals of testing are to be set by the Healthcare Provider / Dealer. Table of Contents
Model VR6 System Installation, Operation & Maintenance General: All Archer Instruments chlorination systems are carefully designed and tested for years of safe, accurate field service. All Archer Instruments
ABRASIVE REGULATOR II 13096 Abrasive Regulator II TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 Introduction... 1 2 Abrasive Regulator... 2 2.1 Regulator Installation... 2 Location... 2 Attaching the Regulator to the Machine...
OVERVIEW Chart provides a LNG Economizer/Regulator Test Kit to help save money and time by allowing a technician to more accurately and easily diagnose the operability of the pressure control regulator/economizer
Operation & Maintenance Manual Place this manual with valve or person responsible for maintenance of the valve Model CYCLE GARD II, CI & CNA YOUR PRODUCT INFORMATION: Model Number: Date: Serial Number:
1 GENERAL INFORMATION POWER FLUSH KIT INSTRUCTIONS ACE Power Flush is an ozone-safe solvent engineered specifically for flushing refrigeration and air conditioning systems. Used exactly like the old R-11
Set Up Instructions for DRS4 Series Single Tank Inspect the packaging of the equipment to confirm that nothing was damaged during shipping. (Figure 1) Remove the resin tank(s) and valve(s) from the packaging.
1 DRIVE INDUSTRIAL IMPACT WRENCH 92622 ASSEMBLY AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 3491 Mission Oaks Blvd., Camarillo, CA 93011 Visit our Web site at http://www.harborfreight.com Copyright 2004 by Harbor Freight
100L AIR COMPRESSOR MODEL NO: TIGER 16/1010 PART NO: 2244025 OPERATION & MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS LS01/13 INTRODUCTION Thank you for purchasing this product. Before attempting to use this product, please
System Pressure Manager Standard & System Pressure Manager Plus Installation, Commissioning & Servicing Instructions Note: THESE INSTRUCTIONS MUST BE READ AND UNDERSTOOD BEFORE INSTALLING, COMMISSIONING,
01 of 10 1. Carefully read all instructions and notes before installation. 2. Bench Pre-assembly: a. Insert the support ring (item #1) inside the inflatable boot (item #2) to form inflatable seal assembly