SB-6-182-C 130500 CT30 DESICCANT AIR DRYER

SERVICE BULLETIN
SB-6-182-C
Replaces SB-6-182-B
130500 CT30 DESICCANT AIR DRYER
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DESCRIPTION
Air Outlet
5 not shown
(inside tank)
The desiccant air dryer is designed to be a point of
use system. It is capable of removing dirt, water, oil,
and water vapor from compressed air. It consists of a
separator and desiccant cartridge. The cartridge has a
housing material that acts like a coalescer and final
filter.
SPECIFICATIONS
Air Inlet
Air Outlet
Air Flow Capacity
Maximum Operating Pressure
Maximum Temperature
Humidity Indicator
Water Vapor Removal
Particle Removal
Manual Drain
Air Inlet
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INSTALLATION
Warning
PARTS LIST
Ref. Replacement
No. Part No.
Description
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2
3
*4
5
130505
130511
130510
130504
SSW-7482
1/2" NPT (Female)
1/2" NPT (Female)
30 CFM
200 PSIG (14 Bar)
150o F (65.6o C)
Green: OK
Yellow: Replace Desiccant
-40o F Dew Point
0.1 micron
included
Humidity Indicator (1 Humidity
Indicator Paper Included)
Drain (Manual)
Gasket
Desiccant Cartridge (Not shown)
Bushing (Not shown)
Individual
Parts Req.
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1
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1
1
*The Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS-1) is available upon request.
Risk of personal injury.
Risk of property damage.
Except as otherwise specified by the
manufacturer, this product is specifically
designed for compressed air service and use
with any other fluid (liquid or gas) is a
misapplication. For example, use with or injection
of certain hazardous gases in the system (such
as oxygen or liquid petroleum gas) could be
harmfull to the unit or result in a combustible
condition that may cause fire or explosion.
Manufacturer's warranties are void in the event of
misapplication and manufacturer assumes no
responsiblity for any resulting loss.
Warning
Risk of injury. Release all air pressure from
system before servicing system. Use only
specified Camair parts.
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CAUTION
Risk of personal injury.
Risk of property damage.
Risk of equipment damage! Do not install your CT
Unit where it is subject to sudden depressurization
cycles exceeding 20 PSIG. Quick relieving air
solenoid valves, typical in some spray booths, will
eventually produce desiccant dusting.
To minimize sudden depressurization effect, replace
the existing solenoid with a "slow closing solenoid
valve". (One source; Automatic Switch Co.) Or, install
an air adjusting valve at the existing solenoid outlet.
1. Choose a location in your existing air piping as close to
the point of use, such as inside the spray booth and as
far from your compressor as possible. The air entering
the dryer must not exceed 100o F. You can check this
by putting your hand on the compressed air line where
you want to install the dryer, if the pipe is not
uncomfortably hot the temperature is satisfactory. Install
at a height so that the top flange can be easily removed
to replace the desiccant.
2. With your air compressor shut off and locked out in
accordance with OSHA regulations, and your
compressed air system depressurized, install into the
compressed air line. The installation of a manual bypass
or a 1/2" NPT ball valve before the dryer is
recommended.
3. Mount the dryer to the wall using the brackets and pipe
the dryer into the air system. Do not depend on the pipe
to support the dryer.
4. If you have a pressure regulator at the same location as
the dryer, it should be mounted after the dryer.
5. Complete the piping of the dryer and you are ready to
enjoy moisture free, particle free and oil free compressed
air at your chosen point of use application.
OPERATION
Your dryer is completely automatic and requires only
periodic draining of the water separator. Open the drain
valve daily to drain off collected water. If you drain off
more than a cup of water, open the drain more often.
MAINTENANCE
Warning
Risk of injury. Components are under pressure.
Relieve air pressure before performing any
maintenance.
MAINTENANCE
1. Replace the Desiccant Cartridge when the humidity
indicator turns yellow.
2. Shut off the air compressor, lock it out in accordance
with OSHA regulation and depressurize the
compressed air line serving the dryer by opening the
drain on the dryer.
3. Remove the top flange.
4. Take out the used Desiccant Cartridge and dispose of
properly. Inspect and/or replace the bushing located on
the inside of the tank at the outlet port. Be sure to
press it into place before installing a new desiccant
cartridge. Install new cartridge.
5. Put DeVilbiss SSL-10 gun lube on the screw threads
and reinstall the top flange on the desiccant tank ,
torque screws to 25-30 ft. lbs. You are now ready to
place the dryer back into service.
6. The built in humidity indicator should turn back to
green within 12 hours. If it doesn't, this means liquid
water has gotten on the indicator and washed away
the litmus solution that allows the indicator to change
color, if this happens you will need to replace the
humidity indicator with a new one.
Warning
WARRANTY
This product is covered by DeVilbiss' 1 Year Limited Warranty.
Risk of injury. Only use a socket wrench to
remove the humidty indicator from the desiccant
tank. Immediately replace the humidity indicator if
damaged.
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