FORM 613117 RECEIVING AND INSPECTION

FORM 613117 RECEIVING AND INSPECTION
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FORM 613117
INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
Models UBG and USBG
RECEIVING AND INSPECTION
Immediately upon receipt of a shipment, carefully inspect for
damage and shortage. Turn propeller by hand to see that it turns
freely and does not bind. If any damage and/or shortage is
detected or suspected the carrier must be asked to conduct an
inspection. The consignee’s representative should not accept
shipment without a notation on the delivery receipt indicating
items not delivered or apparent extent of damage.
When a shipment is opened and damage is found which was not
evident externally (concealed damage), it is mandatory that the
consignee request an immediate inspection by the carrier. Report
damage to the carrier within 15 days. Failure to report damage
within the above time limit will cause rejection of a claim.
HANDLING
When handling fans and their accessories, always use equipment
and methods that will not cause damage. Fans should be lifted
using slings and padding or spreaders to avoid damage.
CAUTION! Always make sure that all lifting and handling
equipment and techniques conform to current safety standards.
Avoid lifting fans in a way that will bend or distort fan parts. Never
pass slings or timbers through the orifices of fan.
CAUTION! Do not lift by the fan hood. Fans with special coatings
or paints must be protected in handling to prevent damage.
STORAGE
Fans are protected against damage during shipment. If they
cannot be installed and put into operation immediately upon
receipt certain precautions are necessary to prevent deterioration
during storage.
Responsibility for integrity of fans and
accessories during storage must be assumed by the user. The
manufacturer will not be responsible for damage during storage.
These suggestions are provided solely as a convenience to the
user, who shall make his own decision as to whether to use any or
all of them.
INDOOR:
The ideal storage environment for fans and
accessories is indoors, above grade, in a low humidity
atmosphere which is sealed to prevent the entry of blowing dust,
rain, or snow. Temperatures should be evenly maintained at
between 70°F and 105°F (wide temperature swings may cause
condensation and "sweating" of metal parts). Windows should be
covered to prevent temperature variations caused by sunlight.
Provide thermometers and humidity indicators at several points
and maintain the atmosphere at 40% relative humidity, or lower.
It may be necessary to use trays of renewable desiccant or
portable dehumidifier to remove moisture from the air in the
storage enclosure.
equipment against fire damage. Be sure that building and storage
practices meet all local, state and federal fire and safety codes.
The following fans or accessories must be stored indoors, in a
clean dry atmosphere:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Propeller wall fans not in wall housings.
Any fan protected by a cardboard carton.
Motors dismounted from fans.
Spare wheels or propellers.
Belts, sheaves, bushings and other parts when not
mounted on fan.
f. Boxes, bags or cartons of hardware.
g. Curbs
h. Dampers
Remove any accumulations of dirt, water, ice or snow and wipe
dry before moving indoor storage. Allow cold parts to reach room
temperature to avoid “sweating” of metal parts. Open boxes or
cartons. Remove any accumulated moisture; if necessary use
portable electric heaters to dry parts and packages. Leave
coverings loose to permit air circulation and to permit periodic
inspection.
Rotate wheels or propellers by hand to distribute bearing grease
over the entire bearing surfaces.
Store at least 3 ½” off the floor on wooden blocks covered with
moisture proof paper or polyethylene sheathing. Provide aisles
between parts and along all walls, to permit air circulation and
space for inspection.
OUTDOOR: Fans designed for outdoor use may be stored
outdoors, if absolutely necessary. The storage area should be
reasonably level and drained or ditched to prevent accumulation
of water. Fencing and lighting for security are desirable. Roads or
aisles for portable cranes and hauling equipment are needed.
Consider the use of drift fencing to minimize accumulation of
blowing snow or dirt.
The following fans may be stored outdoors, if dry indoor storage
space is not available:
a. Fans intended for outdoor use that are crated in wood.
b. Wall fans installed in wall housings.
All fans must be supported on wooden blocks or timbers above
water or normal snow levels. Provide enough blocking to prevent
settling into soft ground. Fans should be set in place using the
directional arrow markings on the crate as a guide.
Thermostatically controlled portable heaters (vented to outdoors)
may be required to maintain even temperatures inside the
enclosure.
Locate pieces far enough apart to permit air circulation, sunlight,
and space for periodic inspection. Place all parts on their
supports so that rain water will run off, or to minimize water
accumulation. Do not cover parts with plastic film or tarps-these
cause condensation of moisture from the air passing through
heating and cooling cycles.
CAUTION! Provide fire extinguishers, or fire alarms, or
emergency response communication to protect building and
Fan wheels and propellers should be blocked to prevent spinning
caused by strong winds.
INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE DURING STORAGE
Inspect fans and accessories at least once per month, while in
storage. Log results of inspection and maintenance performed.
A typical log entry should include the following:
a. Date
b. Inspector’s Name
c. Name of Fan
d. Location
e. Condition of Paint or Coating
f. Is moisture present?
g. Is dirt accumulated?
h. Corrective steps taken?
If moisture or dirt accumulations are found on parts, the source
should be located and eliminated. Fans should be rotated at
each inspection by hand ten to fifteen revolutions to redistribute
the motor and bearing lubricant.
If paint deterioration begins, consideration should be given to
touch-up or repainting. Fans with special coatings may require
special techniques for touch-up or repair.
Machined parts coated with rust preventive should be restored
to good condition promptly if signs of rust occur. The most
critical items are pulleys, shafts and bearing locking collars. At
the first sign of rusting on any of the above parts, remove the
original rust preventive coating with petroleum solvent and clean
lint-free cloths. Polish any remaining rust from surfaces with
crocus cloth or fine emery paper and oil. Do not destroy the
continuity of the surfaces. Wipe clean with lint-free cloths and
recoat surfaces evenly and thoroughly with Tectly 506 (Ashland
Oil Company) or equal. For hard to reach internal surfaces or for
occasional use, consider using Tectly 511M Rust Preventive or
WD40 or equal.
REMOVING FROM STORAGE
As fans are removed from storage to be installed in their final
location, they should be protected and maintained in similar
fashion, until the fan equipment goes into operation.
INSTALLATION
1. CAUTION! This unit has rotating parts and safety
precautions should be exercised during installation,
operation and maintenance.
2. WARNING! The fan/duct system can be operated only in
the steady flow regime to avoid serious damage to its
parts due to the pressure pulsations in the system.
3. On larger units, when windband is shipped separately, be
sure to prevent lids from blowing open until windband is
installed.
4. WARNING! If gases, other than clean air, are to be
exhausted using the fan, then the user bears the
responsibility of determining that the fan is appropriate
and safe for the application.
Table 1.
Required Square Openings in the Roof
for the UBG Fans
Fan Model and Size
Dimension of opening (in.)
Minimum
Maximum
UBG24
28.5
31.5
UBG30
34.5
37.5
UBG36
40.5
43.5
UBG42
46.5
49.5
UBG48
52.5
55.5
UBG54
58.5
61.5
UBG60
64.5
67.5
UBG72
82.5
85.5
6. Before starting, check all fasteners for tightness;
particularly in the propeller hub. Turn the propeller by
hand to make sure it is in alignment with the orifice and
fan blades do not strike.
7. Units should be checked for pulley alignment and belt
tension. Belt should depress its width when pressed
firmly inward at midway point between the pulleys.
8. CAUTION! Before proceeding, make sure electrical
service to fan is locked in the “OFF” position.
9. All wiring should be in accordance with local ordinances
and the National Electric Code.
10. WARNING! Check voltage at the fan to see if it
corresponds with the motor nameplate. High or low
voltage can seriously damage the motor. Extra care
should be taken when wiring two speed motors since
improper connections will damage motor and void motor
warranty. Leave enough slack in wiring to allow for motor
movement when adjusting belt tension.
11. Apply power momentarily and compare the rotation of the
impeller with the directional arrow on fan. In the case of
three phase motors, the direction can be changed by
interchanging any two of the three motor leads. In the
case of single phase motors, the reversing instructions
will appear on the wiring diagram in the motor wiring
compartment.
12. Using a minimum of eight (8) lag bolts, two (2) on each
side near corners, securely fasten fan to curb. Fasten all
bolts securely. The fan should rest on the curb as level
as possible.
13. The square opening in the roof on which the fan is
mounted has to have sides within the minimum and
maximum lengths specified for the fan size in Table 1.
Only a shutter, louver or an inlet guard can be installed in
the opening. No other objects can be located in the
opening or in front of the opening closer than the size of
the opening.
14. If the fan operates at speeds below 600 rpm, it is
recommended to check the dynamic interaction of the
operating fan(s) with the supporting structure.
5. WARNING! Do not use in hazardous environments
where the fan’s electrical system could provide ignition to
combustible or flammable materials, unless unit is
specifically built for hazardous environments.
15. CAUTION! Guards must be installed when fan is within
reach of personnel or within eight (8) feet (2.5 m) of
working level or when deemed advisable for safety.
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position of propeller with inlet orifice. Then secure
bearings to shaft by tightening set screws.
MAINTENANCE
1. Under normal usage, no spare parts are recommended
for one year of operation. Recommended spare parts
are shown on page 4 and 5.
8.
2. CAUTION! Before proceeding make sure electrical
service to fan is locked in the “OFF” position.
WINDMILLING: Even when the power supply is locked
out, fans may cause injury or damage if the impeller is
subject “windmilling” which is the turning of the impeller
and drive components due to a draft in the system. To
guard against this hazard, the impeller should be secured
to physically restrict rotational movement.
3. Motor bearings are prelubricated. Consult information
printed on motor for lubrication instructions.
4. Impeller shaft bearings on units with duplex split pillow
block housing are prelubricated and do not require
relubrication. Units with pillow block bearings have
grease fittings and, under normal operation will need no
relubrication for 3 to 5 years. If relubrication is required,
use a grease conforming to NLGI No. 2. CAUTION!
Lubricating bearings with a high pressure gun can blow
bearing seals and overfill the bearing with grease. This
condition can result in excessive churning and
overheating. For normal operating conditions it is
standard practice to fill only 30% of the bearing void with
grease. Do not over lubricate.
The propeller blades have to be periodically checked for
possible buildup or damage. Buildup has to be removed
and damaged propellers replaced. Units with motors
under 5 hp should be checked annually. Units with motor
of 5 hp and above should be checked semi-annually.
SET SCREW TIGHTENING SCHEDULE
1.
Before initial operation of the fan, tighten set screws
according to the procedure outlined below.
2.
After 500 operating hours or three months, whichever
comes first, tighten set screws to the full recommended
torque.
3.
At least once a year, tighten set screws to the full
recommended torque.
PROCEDURE FOR TIGHTENING SET SCREWS IN
BEARINGS AND HUBS
One Set Screw Application
Using a torque wrench, tighten the set screw to the torque
recommended in Table 2.
Two Set Screw Application
5. Check belt tension after first 48 hours of operation and
thereafter annually. Belt should depress its width when
pressed firmly inward at midway point between the
pulleys. Too much tension will damage bearings. Belt
should be tight enough to prevent slippage. When
replacing worn belt, replace motor pulley if “shoulder” is
worn in groove.
WARNING! Do not operate at speeds higher than that
cataloged for this equipment. Do not replace motor
pulley with a larger diameter pulley. Do not replace the
fan pulley with one smaller in diameter. The pulley ratios
are set so that the motor will not be overloaded.
6. WARNING! When changing bearings, secure propeller
with ropes or equivalent before loosening bearing set
screws on fan shaft.
7. If propeller shaft bearings need replacement, replace with
bearings comparable to original equipment. If duplex split
pillow block bearings are used, install new bearings into
neoprene rings, check correct position of propeller with
orifice, position bearings in die-formed recess and tighten
screws. Replace die-formed bearing cap and tighten four
bolts.
NOTE: If locking collar type bearing is used, collar must
first be positioned against inner race on bearing nearest
propeller and turned in direction of propeller rotation with
drift pin and hammer until it locks. Locking collars must
be on inboard (facing) sides of bearings. Secure bearing
to shaft with set screw. Lock and secure other bearing to
shaft in same manner.
1.
Using a torque wrench, tighten one set screw to half of
the torque recommended in Table 2.
2.
Tighten the second set screw to the full recommended
torque.
3.
Tighten the first set screw to the full recommended
torque.
Table 2. Recommended Tightening Torque
for Set Screws
Set Screw Diameter
Torque (in-lbs)
#10
35
1/4
80
5/16
126
3/8
240
7/16
384
1/2
744
9/16
1080
5/8
1500
3/4
2580
7/8
3600
1
5400
VARIABLE FREQUENCY
DRIVES AND MOTORS
There are occasions when a Variable Frequency Drive (VFD)
will cause poor motor performance and possible damage. To
avoid these problems, the Company recommends the following:
1. Select compatible motor and VFD converter; if
possible, the motor and the converter should be from
the same manufacturer or at least the converter
selected should be recommended by the motor
manufacturer.
2. A motor shaft grounding system should be used to
prevent motor bearing damage from eddy currents.
NOTE: If pillow block type bearings are used, slide the
bearings onto the shaft to desired location and bolt
bearing block securely to support base. Slide shaft back
and forth in secured bearing (do not drive with hammer)
and rotate to make certain it turns freely. Check correct
NOTE: The Company will not honor motor warranty
claims if the customer fails to follow these
recommendations.
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Parts List Legend
No.
Description
Qty.
No.
Description
Qty.
1
Lid Separator Bracket
1
8
Orifice
1
2
Stack Section
6
9
Propeller*
1
3
Lid Sub-Assembly
2
10
Channel
2
4
Lid Pivot Support Bracket
2
11
Gusset
4
5
Gutter
1
12
Bearing Cap
2
6
Orifice Extension
1
13
Shaft and Bearing*
1
7
Stack Support Bracket
6
14
Motor Base
1
*Recommended spare parts
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Motor Out of Airstream
Parts List Legend
No.
Description
Qty
1
Base Angle
4
2
Brace Angle
2
3
Brace Side Panel
1
4
Brace
2
5
Belt Tube
1
6
Belt Tube Back
1
7
Belt Tube Bottom
1
8
Channel
2
9
Cradle
1
10
Motor Cover Top
1
11
Motor Cover Bottom
1
12
Motor Side Panel
1
13
Motor Base
1
14
Side Brace
2
15
Side Panel
2
16
Shaft*
1
17
Stack Panel
6
18
Panel Bracket
6
19
Orifice Extension
1
20
Lid Separator Bracket
1
21
Gutter
1
22
Lid Bracket
2
23
Lid Sub Assembly
2
24
Orifice
1
25
Prop*
1
26
Bearings*
2
27
Bearing Cap
2
*Recommended spare parts
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TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE
ACCEPTANCE All orders and sales are subject to
written approval and acceptance by an executive officer of the Company at Muskogee, Oklahoma, and are
not binding on the Company until so approved.
DELIVERY All shipping and delivery dates are estimated only. No delays in delivery will subject the
Company to any costs, damages or fees for late delivery. Delivery of the products herein specified shall be
made F.O.B. point of shipment, unless otherwise
stated. The Company shall not be liable for delay due
to causes beyond its reasonable control, such as Acts
of God, acts of the purchaser, acts of civil or military
authorities, priorities, fires, strikes, floods, epidemics,
war, riots, delays in transportation, car shortages, and
inability, due to reasons beyond its reasonable control,
to obtain necessary labor, material, or manufacturing
facilities. In the event of such a delay, the date of delivery shall be extended for a period equal to the time lost
by reason of the delay.
TERMS OF PAYMENT If, in the judgment of the Company, the financial condition of the purchaser at any
time does not justify continuation of manufacture or
shipment on the terms of payment specified, the Company may require full or partial payment in advance.
Pro rata payments shall become due as shipments are
made. Each shipment or delivery shall constitute a
separate sale, and the default of any shipment or delivery shall constitute a separate sale, and the default of
any shipment or delivery shall not vitiate the contract
as to other shipments or deliveries.
SALES AND SIMILAR TAXES The Company’s prices
do not include sales, use, excise, or similar taxes.
Consequently, in addition to the price specified herein,
the amount of any present or future sales, use, excise,
or other similar tax applicable to the sale of the product
herein shall be paid by the Purchaser, or in lieu thereof
the Purchaser shall provide the Company with a tax
exemption certificate acceptable to the taxing authorities.
CANCELLATION Any contract resulting from the Purchaser’s order may be canceled by the Purchaser only
by negotiations and upon payments of reasonable cancellation charges which will take into account expenses
already incurred and commitments made by the Company.
DESIGN CHANGES The Company reserves the right
to make changes in design, improvements and additions in and to its products any time without imposing
any liability or obligations to itself to apply or install the
same in any product manufactured by it.
TITLE The title and right of possession of the products
sold herein shall remain with the Company and such
products shall remain personal property until all
payments herein (including deferred payments whether
evidenced by notes or otherwise) shall have been
made in full in cash and the Purchaser agrees to do all
acts necessary to perfect and maintain such right and
title in the Company.
PRICE ADJUSTMENTS Prices are subject to change
upon notice by the Company. Prices on existing orders are subject to surcharges in the event of cost increases of metals and transportation. All complete
component accessory material manufactured by others
and furnished with the Company’s products such as
motors, drives, vibration equipment, controls or other
completely assembled component structures, are subject to adjustment to the price at time of shipment regardless of the date of original order entry.
SAFETY ACCESSORIES The Company manufactures
products designed to serve multiple applications and
offers a wide range of safety equipment, including
guards and other devices, as may be required to meet
customer specifications. Without exception, the Company recommends that all orders include applicable
safety devices. Products ordered without applicable
safety devices is clearly the responsibility of the Purchaser. Further, the Purchaser warrants that it has determined and acquired any and all safety devices required for products sold by the Company. Weather
covers and guards for motor and V-belt drives, couplings, shafts and bearings, along with inlet and outlet
screens, are optional accessories noted in the price
list.
GOVERNING LAW The rights, obligations and remedies of Purchaser and the Company, the interpretation
of these terms and conditions and the sale of products
by the Company shall be governed by Oklahoma law,
without regard to any principles of conflict of laws.
ARBITRATION Any dispute arising under or in connection with these terms and conditions or the sale of
products shall be settled by binding arbitration administered by the American Arbitration Association under
its Commercial Arbitration Rules, and judgment on the
award rendered by the arbitrator may be entered in
any court having jurisdiction thereof. The dispute shall
be resolved by one neutral arbitrator who shall have no
affiliation with either Purchaser or the Company and
shall be selected by the American Arbitration Association office in Dallas, Texas. The arbitration proceedings shall be held in Muskogee, Oklahoma.
APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS The agreement between the Company and the Purchaser relating to the
products includes these terms and conditions of sale,
any applicable installation and maintenance instructions provided by the Company and any terms appearing on the Company’s quotation, sales order acknowledgment and invoice.
WARNING The Company products are designed and manufactured to provide reliable performance but they are not guaranteed to be 100% free of defects. Even reliable products will experience occasional failures and this possibility should be recognized by the Purchaser and all End Users. If these products are used in a life support ventilation system where failure could result in loss or injury, the Purchaser and all End Users should provide adequate back-up ventilation, supplementary natural ventilation or failure alarm
system, or acknowledge willingness to accept the risk of such loss or injury.
WARNING DO NOT use in HAZARDOUS ENVIRONMENTS where fan’s electrical system could provide ignition to combustible or flammable materials unless unit is specifically built for hazardous environments. Comply with all local and national safety codes including the National Electrical Code (NEC) and National Fire Protection Act (NFPA).
CAUTION Guards must be installed when fan is within reach of personnel or within eight (8) feet (2.5 m) of working level or when deemed advisable for safety.
DISCLAIMER The Company has made a diligent effort to illustrate and describe the products accurately in all Company literature; however such illustrations and descriptions
are for the sole purpose of identification and do not express or imply any warranty.
LIMITED WARRANTY
WARRANTY AND DISCLAIMER: the Company extends this limited warranty to the original purchaser
and warrants that products supplied by the Company,
shall be free from original defects in workmanship and
materials for two years from date of shipment (except
for the warranty periods noted for products listed below), provided same have been properly handled,
stored, installed, serviced, maintained and operated.
This warranty shall not apply to products which have
been altered or repaired without the Company’s express authorization, or altered or repaired in any way
so as, in the Company’s judgment, to affect its performance or reliability, nor which have been improperly
installed or subjected to misuse, negligence, or accident, or incorrectly used in combination with other substances. The Purchaser assumes all risks and liability
for results of use of all products.
chaser's expense for inspection by the Company. The
Company shall replace, or at its option repair, free of
charge, any product it determines to be defective, and
it shall ship the repaired or replacement product to
Purchaser F.O.B. point of shipment; provided, however, if circumstances are such as in the Company’s
judgment to prohibit repair or replacement to remedy
the warranted defects, the Purchaser's sole and exclusive remedy shall be a refund to the Purchaser of any
part of the invoice price, paid to the Company, for the
defective product or part.
Evaporative cooling pads are warranted to be free of
defects in materials and workmanship for a period of
two years from date of shipment provided same have
been properly handled, stored, installed, serviced,
maintained and operated; and further, not subjected to
excessive heat, corrosive agents or chemicals, or mechanical abuse that may cause tearing, crushing or undue deterioration, nor used on a system or in a manner
other than that for which it was designed as explained
in the product literature.
The warranties set forth above do not apply to any
components, accessories, parts or attachments manufactured by other manufacturers; such being subject to
the manufacturer’s warranty, if any. To the extent not
prohibited by the manufacturer’s warranty, the Company shall pass through to Purchaser such manufacturer’s warranty.
The following products are warranted to be free of defects in materials and workmanship for the periods
shown from date of shipment: the Company’s exclusive duplex split pillow block bearings and shaft five
years, belts one year, Polyethylene tubing 90 days,
AIR40 Heater warranty one year, AIR40 Emitter warranty three years and DDP fan lifetime warranty on its
propeller, cone, and housing.
LIMITATION OF REMEDY AND DAMAGES: All
claims under this warranty must be made in writing and
delivered to P. O. Box 978, Muskogee, Oklahoma,
74402, within 15 days after discovery of the defect and
prior to the expiration of two years from the date of
shipment by the Company of the product claimed defective, and Purchaser shall be barred from any
remedy if Purchaser fails to make such claim within
such period.
Within 30 days after receipt of a timely claim, the Company shall have the option either to inspect the product
while in Purchaser's possession or to request Purchaser to return the product to the Company at Pur-
The Company is not responsible for the cost of removal of the defective product or part, damages due to
removal, or any expenses incurred in shipping the
product or part to or from the Company’s plant, or the
installation of the repaired or replaced product or part.
THE COMPANY’S WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL
OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
ARISING BY LAW OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING
WITHOUT LIMITATION THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, WHICH ARE HEREBY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED AND WAIVED. THIS WARRANTY CONSTITUTES THE COMPANY’S SOLE
AND EXCLUSIVE WARRANTY FOR DEFECTIVE
GOODS AND PURCHASER’S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR DEFECTIVE PRODUCTS.
No employee, agent, dealer, or other person is authorized to give any warranties on behalf of the Company
or to assume for the Company any other liability in
connection with any of its products except in writing
and signed by an officer of the Company.
REPLACEMENT PARTS If replacement parts are ordered, purchaser warrants that the original components in which these replacement parts will be placed
are in satisfactory working condition, and when said replacement parts are installed, the resultant installation
will operate in a safe manner, at speeds and temperatures for which the original product was purchased.
TECHNICAL ADVICE AND RECOMMENDATIONS,
DISCLAIMER: Notwithstanding any past practice or
dealings or any custom of the trade, sales shall not include the furnishing of technical advice or assistance
or system design. Any such assistance shall be at the
Company’s sole option and may be subject to additional charge.
The Company assumes no obligation or liability on account of any recommendations, opinions or advice as
to the choice, installation or use of products. Any such
recommendations, opinions or advice are given and
shall be accepted at Purchaser's and End User's risk
and shall not constitute any warranty or guarantee of
such products or their performance.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY The cumulative liability of
the Company to the Purchaser and any other persons
for all claims in any way relating to or arising out of the
products, including, but not limited to, any cause of action sounding in contract, tort, or strict liability, shall not
exceed the total amount of the purchase price paid for
those products which are the subject of any such
claim. This limitation of liability is intended to apply
without regard to whether other provisions of this
agreement have been breached or have proven ineffective even if the Company has been advised of the
possibility of such claims or demands. In no event
shall the Company be liable to the Purchaser or any
other person for any loss of profits or any incidental,
special, exemplary, or consequential damages for any
claims or demands brought by the Purchaser or such
other persons.
INDEMNITY The Company’s maximum liability to Purchaser and to any end user is as set forth above. The
Company makes no warranty to anyone for any products not manufactured by the Company and shall have
no liability for any use or installation of any products
(whether manufactured by the Company or other manufacturers) not specifically authorized by this sale.
Purchaser acknowledges various warnings by the
Company regarding the products and its installation
and use. If the Company incurs any claims, lawsuits,
settlements, or expenses (including attorney fees) for
any loss, injury, death or property damage including,
but not limited to, claims arising out of the Purchaser’s
or any end user’s installation or use of the products,
the Purchaser shall indemnify and hold the Company
harmless.
December 2008
613117
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