Emerson Process Management G01 Automobile Parts User Manual

Instruction Manual
Form 5653
February 2007
Bettis Actuators G01 through G13
Bettisr Service Instructions for Models G01
through G13 Pneumatic Actuators
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ENGLISH LANUAGE
BETTIS
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
FOR MODELS
G01 THROUGH G13
PNEUMATIC ACTUATORS
PART NUMBER: 124840E
REVISION: “B”
DATE: 17 December 2001
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CONTENTS
SECTION 1.0 – INTRODUCTION
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
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General Service Information ...................................................................
Definitions ...............................................................................................
General Safety Information .....................................................................
Bettis Reference Materials ......................................................................
Service Support Items .............................................................................
Lubrication Requirements .......................................................................
General Tool Information ........................................................................
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SECTION 2.0 - ACTUATOR DISASSEMBLY
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
General Disassembly ..............................................................................
Pneumatic Power Module Disassembly ..................................................
Drive Module Disassembly .....................................................................
Blind End Cap Module Disassembly .......................................................
M3 Handwheel or M3 Hex Drive Hub Removal ......................................
M3 Jackscrew Disassembly ....................................................................
Extended Stop Blind End Cap Disassembly ............................................
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SECTION 3.0 - ACTUATOR REASSEMBLY
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
General Reassembly ..............................................................................
Drive Module Reassembly ......................................................................
Pneumatic Power Module Reassembly ..................................................
Early G2 And G3 Pneumatic Power Module Reassembly ......................
Blind End Cap Module Reassembly ........................................................
M3 Jackscrew Reassembly ....................................................................
M3 Handwheel or M3 Hex Drive Hub Installation ...................................
Extended Stop Blind End Cap Reassembly ............................................
Actuator Testing ......................................................................................
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SECTION 4.0 - FIELD CONVERSIONS
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
Fail Mode Reversal (CW to CCW, ect.) ..................................................
Convert Double Acting to Spring Return .................................................
Convert Spring Return to Double Acting .................................................
Add An M3 Jackscrew To Blind End Cap Module ......................................
Add An M3 Jackscrew To Power Module Outer End Cap ........................
Add An M3 Jackscrew To Spring Module ..................................................
Add An Extended Stop (Es) To Blind End Cap Module ..............................
Add An Extended Stop (Es) To Power Module Outer End Cap .................
Add An Extended Stop (Es) To Spring Module ...........................................
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CONTENTS
SECTION 5.0 - MODULE REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
Spring Module Removal ..........................................................................
Spring Module Installation .......................................................................
Pneumatic Power Module Removal ........................................................
Pneumatic Power Module Installation .....................................................
G2 Through G13 Powr Swivl Module Removal ......................................
G2 Through G13 Powr Swivl Module Installation ....................................
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SECTION 6.0 - ACTUATOR SUPPORT INFORMATION
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
6.10
Module Weight Table ..............................................................................
G01 Tool Table .......................................................................................
G2 Tool Table .........................................................................................
G3 Tool Table .........................................................................................
G4 Tool Table .........................................................................................
G5 Tool Table .........................................................................................
G7 Tool Table .........................................................................................
G8 Tool Table .........................................................................................
G10 Tool Table .......................................................................................
G13 Tool Table .......................................................................................
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SECTION 1 - INTRODUCTION
1.1
GENERAL SERVICE INFORMATION
1.1.1
This service procedure is offered as a guide to enable general maintenance to be performed
on Bettis G01XXX, G2XXX, G3XXX, G4XXX, G5XXX, G7XXX, G8XXX, G10XXX, G13XXX
Double Acting and Spring Return Series Single Power Module Pneumatic Actuators. This
procedure can also be used on Bettis GXX2XX Double Acting Series Twin Power Modules
Pneumatic Actuators.
1.1.2
Normal recommended service interval for this actuator series is five years.
NOTE: Storage time is counted as part of the service interval.
1.1.3
This procedure is applicable with the understanding that all electrical power and pneumatic
pressure has been removed from the actuator.
1.1.4
Remove all piping and mounted accessories that will interfere with the module(s) that are
to be worked on.
1.1.5
This procedure should only be implemented by a technically competent technician who
should take care to observe good workmanship practices.
1.1.6
Numbers in parentheses, ( ) indicate the bubble number (reference number) used on the
Bettis Assembly Drawing and Actuator Parts List.
1.1.7
This procedure is written using the stop screw side of the housing (1-10) as a reference
and this side will be considered the front side of the actuator. The housing cover (1-20) will
be the top of the actuator.
1.1.8
Actuator Module weights are listed in Section 6 Table 6.1.
1.1.9
When removing seals from seal grooves, use a commercial seal removing tool or a small
screwdriver with sharp corners rounded off.
1.1.10 Use a non-hardening thread sealant on all pipe threads.
CAUTION:
Apply the thread sealant per the manufacture's instructions.
1.1.11 Bettis recommends that disassembly of the actuator modules should be done in a clean
area on a workbench.
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1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
DEFINITIONS
WARNING:
If not observed, user incurs a high risk of severe damage to actuator and/or fatal
injury to personnel.
CAUTION:
If not observed, user may incur damage to actuator and/or injury to personnel.
NOTE:
Advisory and information comments provided to assist maintenance personnel to
carry out maintenance procedures.
ES:
Extended stop screw (for travel stop adjustment over a full 100° degree travel range).
ES is not intended for use as a manual override.
M3:
Manual jackscrew override.
GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION Products supplied by Bettis, in its "as shipped" condition, are
intrinsically safe if the instructions contained within this Service Instruction are strictly adhered to and
executed by well-trained, equipped, prepared and competent personnel.
WARNING:
For the protection of personnel working on Bettis actuators, this procedure
should be reviewed and implemented for safe disassembly and reassembly.
Close attention should be noted to the WARNINGS, CAUTIONS and NOTES
contained in this procedure.
WARNING:
This procedure should not supersede or replace any customer’s plant safety
or work procedures. If a conflict arises between this procedure and the
customer’s procedures the differences should be resolved in writing between
an authorized customers representative and an authorized Bettis
representative.
BETTIS REFERENCE MATERIALS
1.4.1
Assembly Drawing for G01 through G13 Double Acting One Power Module Pneumatic Series
Actuators use part number 116422.
1.4.2
Assembly Drawing for G01 through G13 Double Acting Twin Power Module Pneumatic
Series Actuators use part number 115678.
1.4.3
Assembly Drawing for G01 through G13 Spring Return One Power Module Pneumatic Series
Actuators use part number 115674.
SERVICE SUPPORT ITEMS
1.5.1
Bettis Module Service Kit.
1.5.2
For rod extension retainer nut tool part number, refer to the following table. NOTE: These
tools are required only when extension rod assembly (1-50) or (9-50) is removed or when a
new extension rod assembly is installed.
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ACTUATOR
MODEL
G01
G2
G3/G4
1.6
BETTIS PART
NUMBER
None required
123616
117370
1.5.3
Commercial leak testing solution.
1.5.4
Non-hardening thread sealant.
ACTUATOR
MODEL
G5/G7
G8/G10
G13
BETTIS PART
NUMBER
117369
117368
122849
LUBRICATION REQUIREMENTS
NOTE: Lubricants, other than listed in step 1.6.1 should not be used without prior written approval
of Bettis Product Engineering.
1.6.1.
1.7
All temperature services (-50°F to +350°F)/(-45.5°C to 176.6°C) use Bettis ESL-5 lubricant.
ESL-5 lubricant is contained in the Bettis Module Service Kit in tubes or cans and they are
marked ESL-4,5 & 10 lubricant.
GENERAL TOOL INFORMATION
1.7.1
Tools: All tools/Hexagons are American Standard inch (Imperial). Large adjustable
wrench, two (2) large screwdrivers, Allen wrench set, set of open/box-end wrenches,
rubber or leather mallet, torque wrench (up to 1600 foot pounds / 2169 N-m), breaker bar,
and a drive socket set. For recommended tool and wrench sizes refer to Section 6, Tables
6.2 through 6.10
SECTION 2 - ACTUATOR DISASSEMBLY
2.1
GENERAL DISASSEMBLY
WARNING:
2.1.1
It is possible, that the actuator may contain a dangerous gas and/or liquids. Ensure
that all proper measures have been taken to prevent exposure or release of these
types of contaminants before commencing any work.
Section 2 - Actuator Disassembly is written to either completely disassemble the entire
actuator or can be used to disassemble individual Modules as needed (Pneumatic Power
Module or Drive module, ect.).
WARNING:
DO NOT REMOVE SPRING MODULE WHILE SPRING IS COMPRESSED
WARNING:
ACTUATORS EQUIPPED WITH A SPRING CARTRIDGE MOUNTED M3 JACKSCREW
OR AN EXTENDED STOP (ES) READ WARNING TAG WIRED TO THE SPRING
CARTRIDGE COVER PLATE
2.1.2
When the Spring Module is to be removed it should be removed from the Drive Module
prior to the Pneumatic Power Module removal or disassembly.
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2.2
2.1.3
The Pneumatic Power Module can be disassembled while still attached to the Drive
Module or the Pneumatic Power Module can be removed from the Drive Module and
disassembled separate to the actuator (refer to Section 5 - Module Removal And
Installation).
2.1.4
To ensure correct re-assembly; that is, with Pneumatic Power Module or Spring Module on
same end of Drive Module as was, mark or tag right (or left) and mark mating surfaces.
2.1.5
For Spring Module removal refer to Section 5 step 5.1.
PNEUMATIC POWER MODULE DISASSEMBLY
NOTE: 1.
Review Section 2 steps 2.1.1 through 2.1.5 General Disassembly before
proceeding with Pneumatic Power Module Disassembly.
2.
If the actuator model is a GXX2XX Series (two same size power modules with one
module mounted on each side of the drive module) then do the following steps on
both Power Modules simultaneously or complete one power module and then
repeat section 2.2 on the second Power Module
WARNING:
If not already removed disconnect all operating pressure from actuator
power cylinders.
WARNING:
If the actuator is spring return then the spring cartridge must be checked to
verify that the spring(s) are in their extended position before the Pneumatic
Power Module is disassembled from the Drive Module (refer to Section 5.1
through step 5.1.6).
2.2.1
Mark and record location of the ports on outer end cap (3-80) and inner end cap (3-10).
NOTE: If actuator is equipped with a Spring Module complete step 2.2.2. If actuator is a Double
Acting model skip step 2.2.2 and go to step 2.2.3.
2.2.2
Remove breather assembly (12) from outer end cap (3-80).
2.2.3
Refer to assembly drawing page 2 of 2 Detail "E". Remove two socket cap screws (3-130),
with lockwasher (3-140), from outer end cap (3-80).
NOTE: If the Power Module is equipped with an M3 jackscrew remove the M3 jackscrew using
Section 2.6.5 for G01 models and Section 2.6.6 for G2 and G3 models.
2.2.4
Outer end cap (3-80) removal as follows:
2.2.4.1 G01 through G13 standard end cap (3-80) removal. Continue at step 2.2.5.
2.2.4.2 G01-M3 JACKSCREW DISASEMBLY FROM OUTER END CAP (3-80)
2.2.4.2.1
Remove M3 handwheel or M3 hex drive hub from M3 (3-290) per
Section 2.5.
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2.2.4.2.2
Refer to assembly drawing page 2 of 2 Detail "E". If not already
removed unscrew and remove two socket cap screws (3-130), with
lockwasher (3-140), from outer end cap (3-80).
2.2.4.2.3
Remove socket cap screw (3-130) with lockwasher (3-140) from
keeper (3-360).
2.2.4.2.4
Remove keeper (3-360) from outer end cap (3-80).
2.2.4.2.5
Push jackscrew (3-290) back into the outer end cap far enough so
that the jackscrew adapter (3-280) will not interfere with the
removal of hex nuts (3-90). Continue at step 2.2.5.
2.2.4.3 G02 & G3-M3 JACKSCREW DISASEMBLY FROM OUTER END CAP (3-80)
2.2.4.3.1
Remove M3 handwheel or M3 hex drive hub from M3 (3-290) per
Section 2.5.
2.2.4.3.2
Unscrew and remove hex flat nut (3-300) from G2/G3 M3
jackscrew (3-290).
2.2.4.3.3
Unscrew and remove two socket cap screws (3-320) from G2/G3
M3 adapter (3-280).
2.2.4.3.4
Remove M3 jackscrew (3-290) from outer end cap (3-80).
Continue at step 2.2.5.
2.2.5
Remove two tie bar hex nuts (3-90) from outboard side of outer end cap (3-80).
2.2.6
The fit between cylinder (3-70) and outer end cap (3-80) is very tight. Break end cap free by
tapping with a breaker bar on lip provided on the end cap. Remove outer end cap (3-80)
from cylinder (3-70).
CAUTION:
Do not damage o-ring groove when removing end cap from cylinder.
NOTE: When removing cylinder (3-70) off of piston (3-30), tilt the cylinder 15° to 30° degrees with
respect to actuator centerline.
2.2.7
Remove cylinder (3-70) from inner end cap (3-10).
CAUTION:
2.2.8
Do not use pipe wrench to remove tie bars.
TIE BAR REMOVAL:
NOTE: G01, G2 and G3 models have flats on outboard end of tie bars (3-20) for wrench
placement.
2.2.8.1 Remove G01, G2 and G3 tie bars (3-20) as follows:
2.2.8.1.1
Unscrew tie bars (3-20) from inner end cap (3-10). Pull the tie bars
out of the inner end cap far enough to expose the o-ring seals
(4-80).
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2.2.8.1.2
Remove o-ring seals (4-80) from the inboard end of tie bars (3-20).
2.2.8.2.3
Remove tie bars (3-20) by pulling the tie bars out and through piston
(3-30).
NOTE: G4 models have flats on outboard end of tie bars (3-20) for wrench placement.
NOTE: G5 through G13 models have a female square on the out board end of tie bars
(3-20) for wrench placement.
2.2.8.2 Remove G4 through G13 tie bars (3-20) as follows: Unscrew and remove tie bars
(3-20) from inner end cap (3-10) and piston (3-30).
2.2.9
Remove piston as follows: (On early G2 and G3 models equipped with outboard and
inboard tie bar nuts skip this step and go to step 2.2.11).
2.2.9.1 Refer to assembly drawing page 2 of 2 Detail "D". Remove two split ring halves
(3-50) and one retainer ring (3-60) from outboard side of piston (3-30).
NOTE: Piston (3-30) acts as the retainer for inboard split ring halves (3-50). When removing
the piston be careful to not lose inboard split ring halves (3-50).
2.2.9.2 Remove piston (3-30) and two split ring halves (3-50) from piston rod (3-40).
NOTE: Steps 2.2.10 is used only on early G2 and G3 models equipped with outboard and inboard
tie bar nuts.
2.2.10 Remove early model G2 and G3 pistons as follows:
2.2.10.1Refer to assembly drawing page 2 of 2 Detail "D". Remove two split ring halves
(3-50) and one retainer ring (3-60) from inboard side of piston (3-30).
NOTE: Piston (3-30) acts as the retainer for outboard split ring halves (3-50).
2.2.10.2Slide piston (3-30) toward the inner end cap (3-10) until the out board split ring
halves is exposed enough for removal. Remove outboard split ring halves from
piston rod (3-40).
2.2.10.3Remove piston (3-30) and two split ring halves (3-50) from piston rod (3-40).
2.2.11 Remove o-ring seal (4-70) from piston rod (3-40).
2.2.12 Remove hex cap screws (3-100) with lockwashers (3-110) from housing (1-10).
2.2.13 Remove inner end cap (3-10) off of piston rod (3-40).
NOTE: On early model G2 and G3 actuators remove two hex nuts (3-90) from housing (1-10).
These two nuts will be loose after tie bars (3-20) are removed in step 2.2.8.1 and will be
located in the area where the piston rod passes through the housing (1-10).
NOTE: The piston rod (3-40) removal as outlined in step 2.2.14 is only required when the piston
rod is being replaced or when the Drive Module is to be disassembled.
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2.2.14 Unscrew and remove piston rod (3-40) from drive module.
2.3
DRIVE MODULE DISASSEMBLY
NOTE: Review Section 2 steps 2.1.1 through 2.1.5 General Disassembly before proceeding with
Drive Module Disassembly.
2.3.1
If not already removed remove piston rod (3-40) from drive module.
NOTE: If the actuator is equipped with submerged stop screws with stop screw covers (1-195)
then proceed to and complete steps 2.3.2.1 and 2.3.2.2 prior to doing step 2.3.2.
2.3.2
Mark stop screws (1-180) left and right. The setting of stop screws (1-180) should be
checked and setting recorded before stop screws are loosened or removed. NOTE: Stop
screws will be removed later in this procedure.
2.3.2.1 Hold stop screw cover (1-195) in place and remove pipe plug (1-260).
2.3.2.2 Hold submerged stop screw (1-180) in place and remove stop screw cover
(1-195).
NOTE: For steps 2.3.3 through 2.3.10 refer to assembly drawing page 2 of 2 Section A-A, Detail “F”
on drawing part number 115674 and Detail “G” on drawing part number 116422.
2.3.3
Before removing position indicator (1-220), record or mark it's position. Remove position
indicator (1-220).
NOTE: Step 2.3.4 is used only on G01, G2 and G3 Drive Modules. Drive Modules G4 through
G13 will skip steps 2.3.4 and continue with step 2.3.5.
2.3.4
Remove one vent check assembly (13) from top of housing cover (1-20).
2.3.5
Unscrew and remove hex cap screws (1-160) with lockwashers (1-170) from yoke cover
(1-150).
2.3.6
Remove yoke cover (1-150) from housing cover (1-20).
2.3.7
Mark and record the orientation of the position indicator assembly (1-140) in relation to the
top of yoke (1-70).
2.3.8
Remove position indicator assembly (1-140) from top of yoke (1-70).
2.3.9
Remove spring pin (1-100) from top of yoke (1-70).
2.3.10 Remove hex cap screws (1-110), with lockwashers (1-115) from housing cover (1-20).
NOTE: Steps 2.3.11 and 2.3.12 are used only on G7, G8 and G10 Drive Modules. Drive Modules
G01, G2, G3, G4 and G5 will skip steps 2.3.11 and 2.3.12 and continue with step 2.3.13.
2.3.11 Remove hex cap screws (1-120), with lockwashers (1-115), from housing cover (1-20).
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2.3.12 Using hex cap screws (1-110), install into holes vacated by hex cap screws (1-120). Use
these hex cap screws to jack the housing cover up for removal. Alternately rotate the hex
cap screws clockwise until housing cover (1-20) is clear of housing (1-10).
NOTE: G01, G2, G3 and G4 model housing cover will have cast tabs for placing prying tools to aid
in cover removal.
2.3.13 Remove housing cover (1-20) from housing (1-10).
NOTE: Groove pins (1-130) will remain in housing cover (1-20) when housing cover is removed from
housing (1-10). Groove pins (1-130) should not be removed from housing cover (1-20)
unless they are damaged and require new replacements.
2.3.14 Refer to assembly drawing page 2 of 2 Detail "B". Remove guide bar (1-90) from housing
(1-10).
2.3.15 Remove top yoke pin thrust bearing (2-10) from top of yoke pin (1-80).
2.3.16 Rotate the arms of yoke (1-70) to the center position of housing (1-10).
2.3.17 Remove yoke (1-70) with yoke pin (1-80), guide block (1-30) and two yoke/guide block
bushings (2-30), by lifting yoke up and out of the housing (1-10).
2.3.18 Remove bottom yoke pin thrust bearing (2-10) from inside bottom of housing (1-10).
2.3.19 Remove yoke pin (1-80) by inserting 3/8"-16 UNC screw into top of the yoke pin and pull
straight up and out.
2.3.20 Remove guide block (1-30) from between the arms of yoke (1-70).
2.3.21 Remove yoke/guide block bushing (2-30) from top of guide block (1-30).
2.3.22 Remove yoke/guide block bushing (2-30) from the top of the lower yoke arm of yoke
(1-70).
NOTE: G01 model actuators skip steps 2.3.23 through 2.3.25 and continue disassembly at step
2.3.26.
2.3.23 Refer to assembly drawing page 2 of 2 Detail "B". Use Bettis tool part numbers 117368
(G8/G10), 117369 (G5/G7), 117370 (G3/G4), 122849 (G13) or 123616 (G2) and remove
retention retainer nut assemblies (1-60) from guide block (1-30). On spring return
actuators also remove retention retainer nut assemblies (9-60).
2.3.24 Remove rod extension assembly (1-50) from guide block (1-30). On spring return
actuators also remove rod extension assembly (9-50).
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NOTE: One spherical washer (1-40) will be removed from guide block (1-30) when extension rod
assembly is removed. On spring return actuators also one spherical washer (9-40) will be
removed from guide block (1-30).
2.3.25 Remove the remaining spherical washer (1-40) from guide block (1-30). On spring return
actuators also remove the remaining spherical washer (9-40) from guide block (1-30).
2.3.26 Unscrew and remove two stop screw nuts (1-190) from stop screws (1-180).
2.3.27 Unscrew and remove two stop screws (1-180) from front of housing (1-10).
2.3.28 Housing (1-10) vent check assembly removal as follows:
2.3.28.1
G01, G2 and G3 housing (1-10) unscrew and remove one vent check
assembly (13) from the front of housing (1-10).
2.3.28.2
G4 through G13 housing (1-10) unscrew and remove two vent check
assembly’s (13) from the front of housing (1-10).
2.3.29 The following items do not need to be removed from their assembled locations unless
being replaced by new items: Two guide bar bearings, two yoke bearings (2-40), yoke pin
bearing and yoke pin thrust bearing (2-10).
2.4
2.5
BLIND END CAP MODULE REMOVAL
2.4.1
Remove hex cap screws (5-20), with spring lockwashers (5-30), from blind end cap (5-10).
2.4.2
Remove blind end cap (5-10) from end of housing (1-10).
M3 HANDWHEEL OR M3 HEX DRIVE HUB REMOVAL
2.5.1
M3 HANDWHEEL OR HEX DRIVE HUB REMOVAL FROM M3 STUD.
2.5.1.1 Using pin punch drive out two grooved pins (10-20) and (10-30) from handwheel
hub or hex drive hub (10-10).
2.5.1.2 Remove handwheel or hex drive hub (10-10) from M3 stud (5-50).
2.5.2
EARLY MODEL G2 & G3 M3 HANDWHEEL AND HEX NUT REMOVAL FROM
JACKSCREW
2.5.2.1 Remove hex nut, lockwasher from M3 jackscrew.
2.5.2.2 Remove handwheel from M3 jackscrew.
2.5.2.3 Using pin punch drive out spiral pin from outboard end of M3 jackscrew.
2.5.2.4 Remove hex nut from M3 jackscrew, and handwheel.
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2.6
M3 JACKSCREW DISSASSEMBLY
NOTE: The jackscrew bearing retainer (7-110) / (5-110), needle bearing thrust washer assembly
(7-100) / (5-100) or retainer ring (7-90) / (5-90) does not require disassembly from the
jackscrew assembly (7-40) / (5-50) except for the need to replace worn parts. For
disassembly of these items refer to step 2.6.7. Remove M3 handwheel or M3 hex drive
hub per Section 2.5.
2.6.1
G01-M3 JACKSCREW DISASEMBLY FROM BLIND END CAP
2.6.1.1 Remove M3 handwheel or M3 hex drive hub per Section 2.5.
NOTE: See note 2.6 before proceeding with step 2.6.1.2 through 2.6.1.4.
2.6.1.2 Unscrew and remove socket cap screw (5-120) with lockwasher (5-130) from
keeper (5-140).
2.6.1.3 Remove keeper (5-140) from blind end cap (5-10).
2.6.1.4 Remove M3 jackscrew (5-50) from blind end cap (5-10).
2.6.2
G2-M3 and G3-M3 JACKSCREW DISASEMBLY FROM BLIND END CAP
2.6.2.1 Remove M3 handwheel or M3 hex drive hub per Section 2.5.
NOTE: See 2.6 note before proceeding with step 2.6.2.2 through 2.6.2.4.
2.6.2.2 Unscrew and remove hex flat nut (5-60) from G2/G3 M3 jackscrew.
2.6.2.3 Unscrew and remove two socket cap screws (5-120) from G2/G3 M3 adapter.
2.6.2.4 Remove M3 jackscrew (5-50) from blind end cap (5-10).
2.6.3
G01-SR-M3 JACKSCREW DISASEMBLY FROM SR-M3 ADAPTER PLATE
2.6.3.1 Remove M3 handwheel or M3 hex drive hub per Section 2.5.
NOTE: See 2.6 note before proceeding with step 2.6.3.2 through 2.6.3.4.
2.6.3.2 Unscrew and remove hex flat nut (7-50) from M3 jackscrew assembly (7-40).
2.6.3.3 Remove retainer ring (7-55) from M3 adapter (7-45).
2.6.3.4 Remove M3 jackscrew assembly (7-40) from M3-SR adapter plate (7-10).
2.6.4
G2 AND G3-SR-M3 JACKSCREW DISASEMBLY FROM SR-M3 ADAPTER PLATE
2.6.4.1 Remove M3 handwheel or M3 hex drive hub per Section 2.5.
NOTE: See 2.6 note before proceeding with step 2.6.4.2 through 2.6.4.4.
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2.6.4.2 Unscrew and remove hex flat nut (7-50) from M3 jackscrew assembly (7-40).
2.6.4.3 Unscrew and remove two socket cap screws (7-120) from M3 adapter (7-40).
2.6.4.4 Remove M3 jackscrew (7-40) from M3-SR adapter plate (7-10).
2.6.5
M3 THRUST BEARING DISASEMBLY FROM M3 JACKSCREW ASSEMBLY
2.6.5.1 Remove M3 bearing retainer (5-110) / (7-110) from inboard end of M3 jackscrew
assembly (5-50) / (7-40).
2.6.5.2 Remove needle roller thrust bearing (5-100) / (7-100) from M3 bearing retainer
(5-110) / (7-110).
2.6.5.3 Remove retainer ring (5-90) / (7-90) from M3 jackscrew assembly (5-50) / (7-40).
2.7
EXTENDED STOP BLIND END CAP DISSASSEMBLY
2.7.1
Unscrew and remove hex nut (5-60) from ES stop screw (5-50).
2.7.2
Remove ES stop screw (5-50) from ES blind end cap (5-10).
SECTION 3 - ACTUATOR REASSEMBLY
3.1
GENERAL REASSEMBLY
CAUTION:
Only new seals, which are still within the seal’s expectant shelf life, should
be installed into the actuator being refurbished.
3.1.1
Remove and discard all old seals and gaskets.
3.1.2
All parts should be cleaned to remove all dirt and other foreign material prior to inspection.
3.1.3
All parts should be thoroughly inspected for excessive wear, stress cracking, galling and
pitting. Attention should be directed to threads, sealing surfaces and areas that will be
subjected to sliding or rotating motion. Sealing surfaces of the cylinder, tie bars and piston
rod must be free of deep scratches, pitting, corrosion and blistering or flaking coating.
CAUTION:
3.1.4
Actuator parts that reflect any of the above listed characteristics should be
replaced with new parts.
Before installation coat all moving parts with a complete film of lubricant. Coat all seals
with a complete film of lubricant, before installing into seal grooves.
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NOTE: The parts and seals used in the actuator will be assembled using lubricant as identified in
section 1 step 1.6.1.
3.1.5
3.2
For Spring Module Installation refer to Section 5 step 5.2.
DRIVE MODULE REASSEMBLY
NOTE: Review section 3.1 General Reassembly before proceeding with Drive Module
Reassembly.
NOTE: Refer to assembly drawing page 2 of 2 Detail "B" for section drawing of guide block.
3.2.1
If guide bar bearing (2-20) is being replaced install new bearing into guide block (1-30).
NOTE: The guide bar bearing (2-20) must be pressed into guide block guide bar bore with the
seam located ±5° degrees of the top or bottom centerline as shown in section A-A.
NOTE: G01 model actuators skip steps 3.2.2 through 3.2.13 and continue reassembly at step
3.2.14.
3.2.2
Lubricate guide block (1-30), two spherical washers (1-40), and one extension rod
assembly (1-50).
3.2.3
Install one spherical washer (1-40) into the side of guide block (1-30). NOTE: The
spherical side of washer (1-40) will be facing to the outside of guide block (1-30).
3.2.4
Install second spherical washer (1-40) over threaded end of extension rod assembly
(1-50). NOTE: The spherical side of the washer will go on the extension rod assembly
facing the head of the extension rod assembly.
3.2.5
Install extension rod assembly (1-50) into guide block (1-30) and up against the first
spherical washer (1-40).
3.2.6
Install extension retainer nut assembly (1-60) over extension rod assembly (1-50) and
screw into guide block (1-30).
3.2.7
Tighten extension retainer nut assembly (1-60) until extension rod assembly (1-50) can not
move. Back off the extension retainer nut assembly (1-60) just enough to allow for
extension rod assembly (1-50) to move freely.
NOTE: Steps 3.2.8 through 3.2.13 are to be completed when the actuator is equipped with a
Spring Module. If the actuator is Double Acting then skip steps 3.2.8 through 3.2.13 and
continue actuator reassembly starting with step 3.2.14.
3.2.8
Lubricate two spherical washers (9-40) and one extension rod assembly (9-50).
3.2.9
Install one spherical washer (9-40) into the side of guide block (1-30). NOTE: The
spherical side of washer (9-40) will be facing to the outside of guide block (1-30).
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3.2.10 Install second spherical washer (9-40) over threaded end of extension rod assembly
(9-50). NOTE: The spherical side of the washer will go on the extension rod assembly
facing the head of the extension rod assembly.
3.2.11 Install extension rod assembly (9-50) into guide block (1-30) and up against the first
spherical washer (9-40).
3.2.12 Install extension retainer nut (9-60) over extension rod assembly (9-50) and screw into
guide block (1-30).
3.2.13 Tighten extension retainer nut assembly (9-60) until extension rod assembly (9-50) can not
move. Back off the extension retainer nut assembly (9-60) just enough to allow for
extension rod assembly (9-50) to move freely.
NOTE: Steps 3.2.14 and 3.2.15 are to be completed when the actuator is Double Acting and
equipped with a Blind end cap extended stop screw.
3.2.14 Install guide block stop plug (5-50) into guide block (1-30).
3.2.15 Install and tighten rod extension retainer nut assembly (5-80) over guide block stop plug
(5-50) and screw into guide block (1-30).
NOTE: Consult Waller Texas Bettis Service Coordinator for “yoke bearing, yoke pin bearing or
yoke/guide block bushing installation information.
3.2.16 If the two yoke bearings (2-40) are being replaced, install new bearing into housing cover
(1-20) and housing (1-10).
NOTE: The yoke bearing (2-40) must be pressed into housing (1-10) and housing cover (1-20).
Install the yoke bearings with the bearing seam located 45° ±5° degrees from the yoke arm
slot when yoke (1-70) is rotated to its full clockwise position.
3.2.17 If the two yoke pin bearings (2-10) are being replaced install new bearing into housing
cover (1-20) and housing (1-10).
3.2.18 Lubricate two yoke/guide block bushings (2-30) and install onto top and bottom sides of
guide block (1-30).
NOTE: The guide block (1-30) should be already pre-assembled with extension rod assembly and
associated parts assembled in the guide block.
3.2.19 Install guide block (1-30), with yoke guide block bearings (2-30), between arms of yoke
(1-70).
3.2.20 Install one o-ring seal (2-50) into inner diameter seal groove in the bottom of housing
(1-10).
3.2.21 Coat the bearing surfaces of yoke (1-70) with lubricant and install into housing (1-10).
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3.2.22 Align hole in guide block (1-30) with the matching holes in the two yoke/guide block
bushings (2-30) and the slots in the arms of yoke (1-70).
NOTE: The yoke pin can be held in place by installing a screw into the .375-16UNC tapped hole in
the upper end of yoke pin (1-80).
3.2.23 Install yoke pin (1-80) by inserting into the upper yoke arm, upper yoke/guide block
bushing, guide block, lower yoke/guide block bushing, lower yoke arm and resting on lower
yoke pin thrust bearing (2-10).
3.2.24 Install guide bar (1-90) into either side of housing (1-10) by inserting through the housing,
through guide block and then insert the guide bar into the other side of housing (1-10).
3.2.25 Refer to assembly drawing page 2 of 2 Section A-A. Install spring pin (1-100) into the top
of yoke (1-70).
3.2.26 Install position indicator assembly (1-140) onto the top of yoke (1-70) and over spring pin
(1-100). NOTE: Refer to Section 2 step 2.3.7 for correct installation position.
3.2.27 Install o-ring (2-50) into housing cover (1-20).
3.2.28 Install o-ring seal (2-60) into housing cover (1-20).
3.2.29 Install housing cover (1-20), being careful not to damage o-ring seals (2-50) and (2-60).
3.2.30 Place lockwashers (1-115) onto hex cap screws (1-110).
NOTE: On G7 through G13 model actuators apply thread adhesive, Locktite 242, to threads of hex
cap screws (1-110). Reference assembly drawing note number 8.
3.2.31 Install hex cap screws (1-110) with lockwashers (1-115) through housing cover (1-20) and
into housing (1-10). NOTE: Leave hex cap screws (1-110) finger tight - do not tighten.
3.2.32 NOTE: Do this step only if groove pins (1-130) have been pulled or if the pins are being
replaced. Drive groove pins (1-130) through housing cover (1-20) and into housing (1-10).
The groove pins should be flush with the cover.
3.2.33 Torque tighten hex cap screws (1-110) until a final lubricated torque, as listed in the
following table, has been achieved.
MODEL
G01
G2
G3
G4
G5
HOUSING COVER SCREW QUANTITY AND TORQUE TABLE
QTY
TORQUE
MODEL
QTY
TORQUE
(±5 % Percent)
(±5 % Percent)
FT-lb.
N-m
FT-LB
N-m
4
40
54
G7
8
100
136
6
40
54
G8
12
100
136
8
40
54
G10
16
100
136
8
40
54
G13
20
340
461
8
100
136
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NOTE: Complete step 3.2.34 on G5, through G13 model actuators. For G01 through G4 model
actuators skip step 3.2.34 and proceed to step 3.2.35.
3.2.34 On G5 through G13 models
3.2.34.1Place lockwashers (1-115) onto hex cap screws (1-120).
NOTE:
Hex cap screw (1-120) are only used as "hole" fillers and to protect
threads from environment.
3.2.34.2Install and tighten hex cap screws (1-120) with lockwashers (1-115).
3.2.35 Install thrust bearing (2-110) onto position indicator (1-140).
3.2.36 Install o-ring seal (2-100) onto position indicator (1-140).
3.2.37 Install upper bearing (2-120) into yoke cover (1-150).
3.2.38 Install rod wiper (2-80) into yoke cover (1-150).
3.2.39 Install o-ring seal (2-70) into yoke cover (1-150).
3.2.40 Install yoke cover (1-150) onto housing cover (1-20) and over position indicator assembly
(1-140). NOTE: During yoke cover installation be careful not to damage o-ring seal (2-70)
and rod wiper (2-80).
3.2.41 Place lockwashers (1-170) onto hex cap screws (1-160).
3.2.42 Install and tighten hex cap screws (1-160) with lockwashers through yoke cover (1-150)
and into housing cover (1-20).
3.2.43 Vent check assembly installation as follows:
2.3.43.1
G01, G2 and G3 housing (1-10) using pipe sealant install one vent check
assembly (13) into the front of housing (1-10).
2.3.43.2
G01, G2 and G3 housing (1-10) using pipe sealant install one vent check
assemble (13) into the top area of housing cover (1-20).
2.3.43.3
G4 through G13 housing (1-10) using pipe sealant install two vent check
assemblies (13) into the front of housing (1-10).
3.2.44 NOTE: Refer to Section 2 step 2.3.3 for correct position indicator placement. Install
position indicator (1-220) over the exposed shaft of position indicator assembly (1-140).
3.2.45 Install stop screw nuts (1-190) onto stop screws (1-180).
3.2.46 Install o-ring (2-90) onto stop screws (1-180).
3.2.47 Install two stop screws (1-180) into two stop screw holes on the front of housing (1-10).
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3.2.48 Adjust both stop screws (1-180) back to settings recorded earlier in Section 2 at step 2.3.2.
3.2.49 Tighten both stop screw nuts (1-190) securely.
3.3
PNEUMATIC POWER MODULE REASSEMBLY
NOTES:
3.3.1
1.
For early model G2 and G3 actuators with double nuts on the power
module use section 3.4 for reassembly.
2.
Refer to Section 2 step 2.1.4 for the correct installation location for piston
rod (3-40).
3.
THE ACTUATOR MUST BE IN THE APPROPRIATE OVERTRAVEL
POSITION. Confirm over-travel position by observing the guide block
(1-30) is against the inner wall of housing (1-10).
Lubricate piston rod (3-40) and insert through the side of housing (1-10).
3.3.1.1 G2 through G13 screw piston rod (3-40) onto extension rod assembly (1-50).
3.3.1.2 G01 only screw piston rod (3-40) onto guide block (1-30).
3.3.2
Torque tighten piston rod (3-40) to the lubricated torque as listed in the following table.
HOUSING
MODEL
G01
G2
G3
G4
G5
PISTON ROD TORQUE INFORMATION
TORQUE
HOUSING
TORQUE
(±5 % Percent)
MODEL
(±5 % Percent)
FT-lb.
N-m
FT-LB
N-m
90
122
G7
240
325
90
122
G8
240
325
90
122
G10
240
325
240
325
G13
240
325
240
325
3.3.3
Refer to assembly drawing page 2 of 2 Detail "C". Install one rod wiper (4-10) into inner
end cap (3-10).
3.3.4
Install one rod bushing (4-20) into inner end cap (3-10).
3.3.5
Coat one Polypak seal (4-30) with lubricant and install, lip first, into inner end cap (3-10).
CAUTION:
Install the Polypak seal with energizer ring facing outboard side (away from
housing).
3.3.6
Install one o-ring seal (4-90) into seal groove located on the inboard face of inner end cap
(3-10).
3.3.7
Install inner end cap (3-10) on to housing (1-10). NOTE: The pressure inlet port should be
positioned in the same position as recorded in section 2.2 step 2.2.1.
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3.3.8
Place lockwashers (3-110) onto hex cap screws (3-100).
3.3.9
Install and tighten hex cap screws (3-100), with lockwashers, through housing (1-10) and
into inner end cap (3-10).
3.3.11 Refer to assembly drawing page 2 of 2 Detail "D". Install one o-ring seal (4-70) into the
seal groove in piston rod (3-40).
3.3.12 Apply lubricant to two sets of rod T-seal components (4-50).
NOTE: The T-seal is composed of one rubber seal and two split skive-cut back-up rings.
3.3.12.1
Install two sets of rod T-seals (4-50) into the internal diameter seal
grooves of piston (3-30).
3.3.12.2
Install a back-up ring on each side of the T-seal.
3.3.12.3
When installing the back-up rings, do not align the skive-cuts.
3.3.12.4
If the back-up rings are too long and the rings overlap beyond the
skive-cuts, then the rings must be trimmed with a razor sharp instrument.
3.3.13 Install two split ring halves (3-50) into the inner most groove in piston rod (3-40) and retain
by installing the recessed area of piston (3-30) onto the piston rod and over the two split
ring halves (3-50).
3.3.14 Install two split ring halves (3-50) into the piston rod, in front of the piston installed in the
previous step, and retain with retainer ring (3-60).
3.3.15 Install one o-ring seal (4-40) onto the outer diameter seal groove of inner end cap (3-10).
3.3.16 Coat one D-ring seal (4-60) with lubricant and install into the piston external seal groove.
NOTE: The flat side of the D-ring seal go down into the seal groove.
3.3.17 Coat two tie bars (3-20) with lubricant and install by carefully pushing tie bars through
piston (3-30) and rod T-seal (4-50).
3.3.18 Screw tie bars (3-20) into inner end cap (3-10) and tighten until the threads bottom out.
3.3.19 Refer to assembly drawing page 2 of 2 Detail "E". Coat two o-ring seals (4-80) with
lubricant and install into outer end cap (3-80).
3.3.20 Apply lubricant to one o-ring seal (4-40) and install into the outer diameter o-ring groove of
outer end cap (3-80).
3.3.21 Apply lubricant to the bore of cylinder (3-70).
CAUTION:
If needed, when installing the cylinder, hammer on the end of the cylinder
only with a non metallic object.
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3.3.22 Install lubricated cylinder (3-70) over piston (3-30) and onto inner end cap (3-10). When
installing the cylinder over the piston seal tilt cylinder 15° to 30° degrees to piston rod.
3.3.23 OUTER END CAP (3-80) INSTALLATION AS FOLLOWS: G01-M3 use step 3.3.23.1,
G2-M3 and G3-M3 use step 3.3.23.2 and standard outer end cap use step 3.3.23.3.
NOTE: The outer end cap (3-80) pressure inlet port should be positioned in the same position as
recorded in Section 2.2 step 2.2.1.
3.3.23.1
3.3.23.2
G01-M3 OUTER END CAP INSTALLATION
3.6.23.1.1
Apply a light coating of lubricant to threads of jackscrew (3-290).
3.6.23.1.2
Screw jackscrew adapter (3-280) onto jackscrew (3-290). NOTE:
The smaller round end of the jackscrew adapter will install on the
jackscrew pointing to the outboard end of the jackscrew .
3.6.23.1.3
Position the jackscrew with the inboard end of the jackscrew located
with the needle bearing thrust washer assembly (3-350) up against
or near the jackscrew adapter (3-280).
3.6.23.1.4
Lightly lubricate o-ring seal (6-20) and install into o-ring groove on
the outboard side of the jackscrew adapter (3-280).
3.6.23.1.5
Insert jackscrew (3-290) through inboard side of the outer end cap
(3-80).
3.3.23.1.6
Install outer end cap (3-80) over tie bars (3-20) and into cylinder
(3-70).
3.3.23.1.7
Install tie bar nuts (3-90) onto tie bars (3-20). NOTE: Do not tighten
nuts.
3.3.23.1.8
Install the jackscrew adapter keeper (3-360) into the groove
exposed on the outboard side of the jackscrew adapter (3-280).
3.3.23.1.9
Lightly lubricate o-ring seal (6-30) and install onto the outboard end
of the jackscrew. Push the o-ring (6-30) down the jackscrew until it
contacts the jackscrew adapter (3-280).
3.3.23.1.10
Install flat hex nut (3-300) onto jackscrew (3-290). Rotate the flat
hex nut (3-290) until it is up against o-ring seal (6-30).
3.3.23.1.11
Install outer end cap (3-80) over tie bars (3-20) and into cylinder
(3-70). Continue at step 3.3.24
G2 & G3-M3 OUTER END CAP INSTALLATION
3.3.23.2.1
Lightly lubricate o-ring seal (6-10) and install into o-ring groove in
the M3 hole in the outer end cap (3-80).
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3.3.23.2.2
Install the jackscrew (3-290) through the outboard side of the outer
end cap (3-80).
3.3.23.2.3
Apply a light coating of lubricant to threads of jackscrew (3-290).
3.3.23.2.4
Screw jackscrew adapter (3-280) onto jackscrew (3-290). NOTE:
The small round end of the M3 adapter will install on the jackscrew
pointing to the inboard end of the jackscrew.
3.3.23.2.5
Position the jackscrew with the inboard end of the jackscrew located
with the needle bearing thrust washer assembly (3-340) up against
or near the jackscrew adapter (3-280).
3.3.23.2.6
Install outer end cap (3-80) over tie bars (3-20) and into cylinder
(3-70).
3.3.23.2.7
Install tie bar nuts (3-90) onto tie bars (3-20). NOTE: Do not tighten
nuts.
3.3.23.2.8
Install two socket cap screws (3-320) through jackscrew adapter (3280) and tighten into the outer end cap (3-80).
3.3.23.2.9
Lightly lubricate o-ring seal (4-150) and install onto the outboard end
of the jackscrew. Push the o-ring (4-150) down the jackscrew until it
contacts the jackscrew adapter (3-280).
3.3.23.2.10
Install flat hex nut (3-300) onto jackscrew (3-290). Rotate the flat
hex nut (3-300) until it is up against the o-ring seal (4-150).
3.3.23.2.11
Install outer end cap (3-80) over tie bars (3-20) and into cylinder
(3-70). Continue at step 3.3.24
3.3.23.3
STANDARD OUTER END CAP INSTALLATION Install outer end cap
(3-80) over tie bars (3-20) and into cylinder (3-70).
3.3.24 Install tie bar nuts (3-90) onto tie bars (3-20). Torque tighten tie bar nuts, alternately in 100
foot pound / N-m increments, until a final lubricated torque, as listed in the following table, has
been achieved.
HOUSING
MODEL
G01
G2
G3
G4
G5
TIE BAR NUTS
TORQUE
HOUSING
(±5 % Percent)
MODEL
FT-lb.
N-m
120
163
G7
120
163
G8
150
203
G10
150
203
G13
400
542
TORQUE
(±5 % Percent)
FT-lb.
N-m
500
678
500
678
1200
1627
1600
2169
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3.3.25 Install lockwashers (3-140) onto socket cap screws (3-130).
3.3.26 Install and tighten socket cap screws (3-130), with lockwashers (3-140), into outer end cap
(3-80).
NOTE: If the outer end cap (3-80) has an ES stop screw completed steps 3.3.27 through 3.3.29.
3.3.27 If not already removed then remove hex nut (3-190) and old o-ring seal (4-100).
3.3.28 Install new o-ring seal (4-100) onto the ES stop screw and up against outer end cap (3-80).
3.3.29 Install hex nut (3-140) on to ES. After adjusting to proper position tighten ES stop screw.
NOTE: Step 3.3.30 is not required if the Power Module is equipped with an ES stop screw or a M3
jackscrew.
3.3.30 If removed, using pipe dope, install pipe plug (3-120) into outer end cap (3-80).
3.3.31 Apply sufficient pneumatic pressure to outer end cap (3-80) pressure inlet port to move the
piston to its full inboard position(next to inner end cap).
3.3.32 Remove pneumatic pressure from outer end cap (3-80).
3.3.33 Install breather assembly (12) in outer end cap (3-80).
NOTE: Individual actuators may not have reducer bushing (14) depending on port and breather
size.
3.4
G2 AND G3 EARLY MODEL PNEUMATIC POWER MODULE REASSEMBLY
NOTES:
1.
Early G2 and G3 pneumatic power modules where equipped with tie bars
that had nuts on both ends of the tie bars (3-20) – double nuts.
2.
Refer to Section 2 step 2.1.4 for the correct installation location for piston
rod (3-40).
3.
THE ACTUATOR MUST BE IN THE APPROPRIATE OVERTRAVEL
POSITION. Confirm over-travel position by observing the guide block
(1-30) is against the inner wall of housing (1-10).
3.4.1
Refer to assembly drawing page 2 of 2 Detail "C". Install one rod wiper (4-10) into inner
end cap (3-10).
3.4.2
Install one rod bushing (4-20) into inner end cap (3-10).
3.4.3
Coat one Polypak seal (4-30) with lubricant and install, lip first, into inner end cap (3-10).
CAUTION:
Install the Polypak seal with energizer ring facing outboard side of inner end
cap (3-10).
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3.4.4
Install piston rod (3-40) through inner end cap (3-10). NOTE: The piston rod end with
retainer grooves to be on the outboard side of inner end cap (3-10).
3.4.5
Apply lubricant to two sets of rod T-seal components (4-50).
NOTE: The T-seal is composed of one rubber seal and two split skive-cut back-up rings.
3.4.5.1 Install two sets of rod T-seals (4-50) into the internal diameter seal grooves of
piston (3-30).
3.4.5.2 Install a back-up ring on each side of the T-seal.
3.4.5.3 When installing the back-up rings, do not align the skive-cuts.
3.4.5.4 If the back-up rings are too long and the rings overlap beyond the skive-cuts, then
the rings must be trimmed with a razor sharp instrument.
3.4.6
Coat one D-ring seal (4-60) with lubricant and install into the piston external seal groove.
NOTE: The flat side of the D-ring seal goes down into the seal groove.
3.4.7
Install piston (3-30) onto piston rod (3-40). NOTE: The cast rib side of the piston is to be
facing away from the outboard side of inner end cap (3-10) or position piston (3-30) on the
piston rod so that the retainer grooves are on the out board side of the piston.
3.4.8
Refer to assembly drawing page 2 of 2 Detail "D". Install o-ring seal (4-70) into the seal
groove in the outboard end of piston rod (3-40).
3.4.9
Install two split ring halves (3-50) into the outer most groove in piston rod (3-40) and retain
by installing the recessed area of piston (3-30) over the two split halves (3-50).
3.4.10 Install two split ring halves (3-50) into the piston rod, in back of the piston and retain with
retainer ring (3-60).
3.4.11 Coat two tie bars (3-20) with lubricant and install by carefully pushing tie bars through
piston (3-30) and rod T-seal (4-50).
3.4.12 Install two tie bar o-ring seals (4-80) onto the inboard end of tie bars (3-20) and into the o-ring
grooves provided.
3.4.13 Insert the tie bars through inner end cap (3-10) and screw hex nuts (3-90) onto inboard end
of the tie bars. NOTE: Screw the tie bars through the hex nuts (3-90) until one complete
thread is exposed.
3.4.14 Refer to assembly drawing page 2 of 2 Detail "E". Install two tie bar o-ring seals (4-80) onto
the outboard end of tie bars (3-20) and into the o-ring grooves provided.
3.4.15 Apply lubricant to one o-ring seal (4-40) and install into the outer diameter o-ring groove of
outer end cap (3-80).
3.4.16 Apply lubricant to the bore of cylinder (3-70).
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CAUTION:
If needed, when installing the cylinder, hammer on the end of the cylinder
only with a non metallic object.
3.4.17 Install lubricated cylinder (3-70) over piston (3-30) and onto inner end cap (3-10). When
installing the cylinder over the piston seal tilt cylinder 15° to 30° degrees to piston rod.
NOTE: If the Power Module is equipped with a M3 jackscrew pre-assemble the M3 jackscrew to
the outer end cap (3-80) per Section 3.6.
3.4.18 Install outer end cap (3-80) over tie bars (3-20) and into cylinder (3-70). NOTE: The
pressure inlet port should be positioned in the same position as recorded in section 2.2
step 2.2.1.
3.4.19 Install tie bar nuts (3-90) onto tie bars (3-20). Torque tighten tie bar nuts, alternately in 100
foot pound increments, until a final lubricated torque, as listed in the following table, has been
achieved.
HOUSING
MODEL
G2
TIE BAR NUTS
TORQUE
HOUSING
(±5 % Percent)
MODEL
FT-lb.
N-m
120
163
G3
TORQUE
(±5 % Percent)
FT-lb.
N-m
150
203
3.3.20 Install lockwashers (3-140) onto socket cap screws (3-130) ).
3.4.21 Install and tighten socket cap screws (3-130), with lockwashers (3-140), into outer end cap
(3-80).
3.4.22 Install Pneumatic Power Module per Section 5 steps 5.4.
3.5
BLIND END CAP MODULE INSTALLATION
NOTE: If the blind end cap has an M3 jackscrew or ES stop screw that has been removed from
the blind end cap then pre-assemble the M3 or ES into the blind end cap per Section 3.6 or
3.8.
3.5.1
Install o-ring seal (6-10) into the o-ring groove in blind end cap (5-10).
3.5.2
Install lockwashers (5-30) onto hex cap screws (5-20).
NOTE: Verify that steps 3.2.14 and 3.2.15 have been completed prior to commencing with step
3.5.3.
3.5.3
Install blind end cap (5-10) onto end of housing (1-10).
3.5.4
Install and tighten hex cap screws (5-20) with lockwashers (5-30) through housing (1-10)
and into blind end cap (5-10).
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3.6
M3 JACKSCREW ASSEMBLY
NOTE: 1.
This section is to be completed when the M3 jackscrew has been disassembled
from the blind end cap or from the SR-M3 adapter plate (7-10).
NOTE: 2.
If the thrust bearing assembly has been disassembled from the M3 jackscrew stud
then pre assemble the thrust bearing assembly to the M3 jackscrew stud per Section
3.6.5.
3.6.1
G01-M3 JACKSCREW REASSEMBLY TO M3 BLIND END CAP.
3.6.1.1 Apply a light coating of lubricant to threads of M3 assembly (5-50).
3.6.1.2 Screw M3 adapter (5-45) onto M3 assembly (5-50). NOTE: The smaller round end
of the M3 adapter will install on the M3 assembly pointing to the outboard end of the
M3 assembly.
3.6.1.3 Position the M3 assembly with the inboard end of the M3 located with the needle
bearing thrust washer assembly (5-100) up against or near the M3 adapter (5-45).
3.6.1.4 Lightly lubricate o-ring seal (6-20) and install into o-ring groove on the outboard side
of the M3 adapter (5-45).
3.6.1.5 Insert M3 assembly (5-50) through inboard side of the M3 blind end cap (5-10).
3.6.1.6 Install the jackscrew adapter keeper (5-140) into the groove exposed on the
outboard side of the M3 adapter (5-45).
3.6.1.7 Lightly lubricate o-ring seal (6-30) and install onto the outboard end of the M3
jackscrew assembly. Push the o-ring (6-30) down the M3 until it contacts the M3
adapter (5-45).
3.6.1.8 Install flat hex nut (5-60) onto M3 assembly (5-50). Rotate the flat hex nut (5-60)
until it is up against the o-ring seal (6-30).
3.6.2
G2-M3 & G3-M3 JACKSCREW REASSEMBLY TO M3 BLIND END CAP.
3.6.2.1 Lightly lubricate o-ring seal (6-10) and install into o-ring groove in the M3 hole in the
blind end cap (5-10).
3.6.2.2 Install the M3 jackscrew assembly (5-50) through the inboard side of the blind end
cap (5-10).
3.6.2.3 Apply a light coating of lubricant to threads of M3 assembly (5-50).
3.6.2.4 Screw M3 adapter (5-45) onto M3 jackscrew assembly (5-50). NOTE: The small
round end of the M3 adapter will install on the M3 assembly pointing to the inboard
end of the M3 assembly.
3.6.2.5 Position the M3 assembly with the inboard end of the M3 located with the needle
bearing thrust washer assembly (5-100) up against or near the M3 adapter (5-45).
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3.6.2.6 Install two socket cap screws (5-120) through jackscrew adapter (5-45) and tighten
into blind end cap (5-10).
3.6.2.7 Lightly lubricate o-ring seal (6-30) and install onto the outboard end of the M3
jackscrew assembly. Push the o-ring (6-30) down the M3 until it contacts the M3
adapter (5-45).
3.6.2.8 Install flat hex nut (5-60) onto M3 assembly (5-50). Rotate the flat hex nut (5-60)
until it is up against the o-ring seal (6-30).
3.6.3
G01-SR-M3 JACKSCREW REASSEMBLY TO M3-SR ADAPTER PLATE.
3.6.3.1 Apply a light coating of lubricant to the threads of jackscrew assembly (7-40).
3.6.3.2 Install jackscrew adapter (7-45) onto the none bearing end of jackscrew assembly
(7-40).
3.6.3.3 Install jackscrew adapter (7-45) through M3 adapter plate (7-10).
3.6.3.4 Retain jackscrew adapter (7-45) with retainer ring (7-55).
3.6.4
G2-M3 & G3-SR-M3 JACKSCREW REASSEMBLY TO M3-SR ADAPTER PLATE.
3.6.4.1 Apply a light coating of lubricant to the threads of jackscrew assembly (7-40).
3.6.4.2 Install jackscrew adapter (7-45) onto the none bearing end of M3 assembly (7-40).
3.6.4.3 Install jackscrew adapter (7-45) through adapter plate (7-10).
3.6.4.4 Install two socket cap screws (7-120) through jackscrew adapter (7-45) and tighten
into adapter plate (7-10).
3.6.5
M3 THRUST BEARING REASSEMBLY TO JACKSCRES ASSEMBLY.
3.6.5.1 Apply a coating of lubricant to the internal hole located on the inboard end of M3
assembly (5-40) / (7-50).
3.6.5.2 Install the wire retainer ring (5-90) / (7-90) into the internal hole of M3 assembly until
retainer ring opens up into its groove inside the M3 assembly.
3.6.5.3 Pre-assemble the needle bearing thrust washer assembly (5-100) / (7-100) as
follows:
3.6.5.3.1
Apply lubricant to one thrust washer and install onto bearing retainer
(5-110) / (7-110).
3.6.5.3.2
Apply lubricant to needle bearing and install onto bearing retainer
(7-110) and up against thrust washer installed in step 3.6.5.3.1.
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3.6.5.3.3
Apply lubricant to the remaining thrust washer and install onto
bearing retainer (5-110) / (7-110) and up against the needle bearing
installed in step 3.6.1.3.2.
3.6.5.4 Install the pre-assembled needle bearing thrust washer assembly (5-100) / (7-100)
into the open hole located on the inboard end of M3 assembly (5-50) / (7-40).
NOTE: Press or push the bearing retainer (5-110) / (7-110) into the M3 assembly
forcing the retainer ring (5-90) / (7-90) onto the neck of the bearing retainer (5-110) /
(7-110).
3.7
M3 HANDWHEEL OR M3 HEX DRIVE HUB INSTALLATION
3.7.1
M3 HANDWHEEL OR HEX DRIVE HUB INSTALLATION TO M3 JACKSCREW.
3.7.1.1 Install handwheel or hex drive hub (10-10) onto M3 jackscrew (7-40).
3.7.1.2 Install two grooved pins (10-20) and (10-30) through handwheel hub or hex drive
hub (10-10) and through M3 jackscrew (7-40).
3.7.2
EARLY MODEL G2 & G3 M3 HANDWHEEL AND HEX NUT INSTALLATION
3.7.2.1 Screw the slotted nut onto the outboard end of the M3 jackscrew with the slot facing
toward the cylinder end cap. Screw the nut until one of the slots in the nut is aligned
with the cross drilled "through hole" in the stud.
CAUTION:
When aligning the slot and the cross drilled hole make certain that the
back of the slot is at least one thread from being aligned with the hole.
3.7.2.2 Insert the spiral pin through the slotted nut and through the jackscrew stud making
sure that equal amounts of the spiral pin is exposed on both sides of the slotted nut
and the jackscrew stud.
3.7.2.3 For actuators equipped with a M3 jackscrew and require an optional handwheel,
install handwheel using the following procedure:
3.8
3.7.2.3.1
Place the handwheel onto M3 jackscrew and over the pinned slotted
nut. NOTE: The hub of handwheel has a cast hexagon hole that
fits over the pinned slotted nut.
3.7.2.3.2
Place lockwasher onto M3 jackscrew up against handwheel hub.
3.7.2.3.3
Install and tighten hex nut onto M3 jackscrew and screw nut up
against the lockwasher.
EXTENDED STOP BLIND END CAP REASSEMBLY
3.8.1
Apply a light coating of lubricant to the threads of ES stop screw (5-50).
3.8.2
Install hex nut (5-60) onto the ES stop screw (5-50).
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3.8.3
3.9
Install ES stop screw (5-50) through ES blind end cap (5-10).
ACTUATOR TESTING
3.9.1
Leakage Test - All areas where leakage to atmosphere may occur are to be checked,
using a commercial leak testing solution.
CAUTION:
Pressure applied to the actuator is not to exceed the maximum operating
pressure rating listed on the actuator name tag. Test the actuator using a
properly adjusted self relieving regulator, with gauge.
3.9.2
Cycle the actuator five time at the nominal operating pressure (NOP) as listed on the
actuator name tag or the customers normal actuator supply pressure. If excessive
leakage across the pistons is noted, generally a bubble which breaks three seconds or less
after starting to form, cycle the actuator five times as this will allow the seals to seek their
proper service condition.
3.9.3
Apply NOP pressure to the pressure port in inner end cap (3-10) and allow the actuator to
stabilize.
3.9.4
Apply a commercial leak testing solution to the following areas:
3.9.4.1 Joint between inner end cap (3-10) and cylinder (3-70). This checks cylinder to
inner end cap o-ring seal.
3.9.4.2 The port hole in the outer end cap (3-80). This checks the piston D-seal to
cylinder (3-70), o-ring seal (4-70), and rod T seal (4-50).
NOTE: If excessive leakage across the piston remains, the actuator must be disassembled and
the cause of leakage must be determined and corrected.
3.9.4.3 The vent check port hole in housing. This checks Polypak seal (4-30) that seals
piston rod (3-40) to inner end cap (3-10).
3.9.4.4 Remove pressure from the pressure inlet port.
3.9.5
If an actuator was disassembled and repaired, the above leakage test must be performed
again.
SECTION 4 - FIELD CONVERSIONS
4.1
FAIL MODE REVERSAL (CW TO CCW, OR CCW TO CW)
4.1.1
Remove Spring Module per Section 5.1.
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4.2
4.1.2
Remove Pneumatic Power Module per Section 5.3.
4.1.3
Re-install the Spring Module onto the opposite end of housing (1-10), as it was previously
located per Section 5.2.
4.1.4
Re-install the Pneumatic Power Module onto the opposite end of housing (1-10) as it was
previously located per Section 5.4.
CONVERTING DOUBLE ACTING ACTUATOR TO SPRING RETURN
4.2.1
Remove the Blind End Cap Module per Section 2.4.
4.2.2
If Pneumatic Power Module needs to be relocated due to fail mode requirements (fail
counter-clockwise) use Section 5.3 for removal and Section 5.4 for installation.
NOTE: Skip step 4.2.3 when working on G01-SR models and continue at step 4.2.4.
4.3
4.2.3
Install the SR Powr Swivl Module per Section 5.6.
4.2.4
Install the Spring Module per Section 5.2.
CONVERTING SPRING RETURN ACTUATOR TO DOUBLE ACTING
4.3.1
Remove the Spring Cartridge per Section 5.1
4.3.2
If Pneumatic Power Module needs to be relocated due to fail mode requirements (fail
counter-clockwise) use Section 5.3 for removal and Section 5.4 for installation.
NOTE: Skip step 4.3.3 when working on G01-SR models and continue at step 4.3.4.
4.4
4.5
4.3.3
Remove the Spring Cartridge Powr Swivl Module per Section 5.5.
4.3.4
Install the Blind End Cap Module per Section 3.5.
ADD AN M3 JACKSCREW TO BLIND END CAP MODULE
4.4.1
Remove blind end cap module per Section 2.4.
4.4.2
If new M3 blind end cap module is not pre assembled with the M3 then assembly M3 to the
blind end cap (5-10) per Section 3.6 steps 3.6.1 or 3.6.2..
4.4.3
Install the assembled M3 blind end module per Section 3.5.
4.4.4
To install the M3 Handwheel or M3 drive hub refer to Section 3.7.
ADD AN M3 JACKSCREW TO POWER MODULE OUTER END CAP
4.5.1
Remove outer end cap (3-80) per Section 2.2 steps 2.2.5 and 2.2.6.
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4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
4.5.2
If new M3 outer end cap (3-80) is not pre assembled with the M3 then assembly M3 to the
outer end cap (3-80) per Section 3.3 steps 3.3.23.1 or 3.3.23.2.
4.5.3
Install the assembled M3 outer end cap (3-80) per Section 3.3 steps 3.3.23.2.11 or
3.3.23.3.11 and 3.3.24 through 3.3.26.
4.5.4
To install the M3 Handwheel or M3 drive hub refer to Section 3.7.
ADD AN M3 JACKSCREW TO SPRING MODULE
4.6.1
Remove G-SR (7-10) adapter plate per Section 5.1 steps 5.1.2 and 5.1.3.
4.6.2
If new M3 G-SR adapter plate (7-10) is not pre assembled with the M3 then assembly M3 to
the G-SR cover plate (7-10) per Section 3 steps 3.6.3 or 3.6.4.
4.6.3
Install the assembled M3 adapter plate (7-10) onto the spring cartridge out end per Section
5.2 steps 5.2.11 through 5.2.15.
4.6.4
To install the M3 Handwheel or M3 drive hub refer to Section 3.7.
ADD AN EXTENDED STOP (ES) TO BLIND END CAP MODULE
4.7.1
Remove blind end cap module per Section 2.4.
4.7.2
If new ES blind end cap module is not pre assembled with the ES then assembly ES to the
blind end cap per Section 3.8.
4.2.3
Install the assembled ES blind end module per Section 3.5.
ADD AN EXTENDED STOP (ES) TO POWER MODULE OUTER END CAP
4.8.1
Remove outer end cap per Section 2.2 steps 2.2.5 and 2.2.6.
4.8.2
If new ES outer end cap is not pre assembled with the ES then assembly ES to the end cap
per Section 3.8.
4.8.3
Install the assembled ES outer end (3-80) per Section 3.3 steps 3.3.23.3, 3.3.24 through
3.3.26.
ADD AN EXTENDED STOP (ES) TO SPRING MODULE
4.9.1
Remove G-SR (7-10) adapter plate per Section 5.1 steps 5.1.2 and 5.1.3.
4.9.2
If new ES G-SR adapter plate (7-10) is not pre assembled with the ES then assembly ES to
the G-SR cover plate as follows:
4.9.2.1 Install ES stud (7-40) into adapter plate (7-10).
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4.9.2.2 Install o-ring seal (6–30) onto outboard end of ES (7-40) and up against outboard
side of adapter plate (7-10).
4.9.2.3 Install stop screw nut (7-50) onto outboard end of ES (7-40).
4.9.3
Install the assembled ES adapter plate (7-10) onto the spring cartridge out end per Section
5.2 steps 5.2.11 through 5.2.15.
SECTION 5 - MODULE REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
NOTE: When the Spring Module is to be removed it should be removed from the drive Module prior to the
Pneumatic Power Module removal or disassembly.
WARNING:
DO NOT REMOVE SPRING MODULE WHILE SPRING IS COMPRESSED
WARNING:
ACTUATORS EQUIPPED WITH A SPRING CARTRIDGE MOUNTED M3 JACKSCREW
OR AN EXTENDED STOP (ES) READ WARNING TAG WIRED TO THE SPRING
CARTRIDGE COVER PLATE
5.1
SPRING MODULE REMOVAL
WARNING:
DO NOT REMOVE SPRING MODULE WHILE SPRING IS COMPRESSED
NOTE: Review section 2.1 General Disassembly before proceeding with Spring Module
Disassembly.
NOTE: The setting of stop screws (1-180) should be checked and setting recorded before stop
screws are loosened or removed.
NOTE: G2-SRF and G3-SRF use step 5.1.1. G01-SR, G2-SR, G3-SR through G13 skip step
5.1.1 and start at step 5.1.2.
5.1.1
G2-SRF and G3-SRF unscrew and remove pipe plug (7-10) from spring cartridge
assembly (5-10). Skip steps 5.1.2, 5.1.3 and start at step 5.1.4.
WARNING:
5.1.2
If an M3, M3HW jackscrew or extended stop (ES) is mounted in the spring
module cover plate (7-10), the M3, M3HW or ES should not contact the end of
the spring module tension rod.
Unscrew hex cap screws (7-20) with lockwashers (7-30) from cover plate (7-10) or if spring
module has a M3-SR adapter plate (7-10) or a SR-ES adapter plate remove safety wire
from hex cap screws (7-20) and then remove hex cap screws (7-20).
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5.1.3
Remove the cover plate (7-10) from spring cartridge assembly (5-10).
5.1.4
Apply pneumatic pressure to inner end cap (2-40) port “A” to compress the spring enough
to move the yoke off the stop screw on the spring module side of the drive module.
5.1.5
Loosen the stop screw nut (1-190) located on the stop screw that is closest to or next to
Spring Module.
5.1.6
Unscrew stop screw (1-180) that is closest to or next to Spring Module (unscrew or back
out until the load is removed from the stop screw).
5.1.7
Remove pneumatic pressure from pressure inlet port of inner end cap (3-10).
CAUTION:
Due to the weight and size of spring cartridge assembly (5-10), heavy duty
support equipment will be required when removing spring cartridge
assembly from the actuator housing. Refer to section 6 for spring cartridge
module weights.
5.1.8
The spring cartridge "pre-load" must be removed before spring cartridge assembly (5-10)
is removed from housing (1-10). Refer to steps 5.1.4 through 5.1.6 for spring cartridge
"pre-load" removal.
5.1.9
Remove breather assembly (12) from outer end cap (3-80) port “B”.
CAUTION:
The maximum pressure to be applied in step 5.1.10 is 25 PSIG.
5.1.10 Apply pneumatic pressure, not to exceed the maximum as indicated in the above
“CAUTION”, to the pressure inlet port “B” of outer end cap (3-80) to move the spring
cartridge tension rod hex nut out of it's cast hex seat.
NOTE: If pneumatic pressure is not available to apply to the pressure inlet port “B” located in outer
end cap (3-80) then remove pipe plug (3-120) or if equipped with an extended stop (ES)
remove the ES. Using a long rod go through the outer end cap pipe plug or ES vacant port
hole and push on the piston rod so as to move the spring cartridge tension rod hex nut out
of it's cast hex seat.
5.1.11 Unscrew the spring cartridge tension rod from the Drive Module. The tension rod can be
rotated for removal by going through the open end of spring cartridge assembly with a
square male drive extension.
5.1.12 Remove hex cap screws (5-20) with lockwashers (5-30) from housing (1-10).
5.1.13 Remove spring cartridge assembly (5-10) from actuator housing (1-10).
WARNING:
Under no circumstances should the spring cartridge assembly (5-10) be cut
apart, as the spring is pre-loaded and the spring cartridge is a weld
assembly.
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5.2
SPRING MODULE INSTALLATION
CAUTION:
Due to the weight and size of Spring Module, heavy duty support equipment
will be required when installing spring cartridge module to the actuator
housing. For the approximate weight of the spring cartridge refer to Section
6.
WARNING
ACTUATOR MUST BE IN THE APPROPRIATE OVERTRAVEL POSITION
(Refer to detail “A” on warning tag attached to Spring Module access hole
cover or to Bettis drawing part number 130084 for G01 models or part
number 123650 for G2 through G13 models). Confirm over-travel position by
observing the guide block (1-30) is against the inner wall of housing (1-10).
NOTE: The setting of stop screws (1-180) should be checked and setting recorded before stop
screws are loosened or removed.
5.2.1
On stop screw (1-180), that is located on the same side of the housing as spring cartridge
(5-10), loosen stop screw nut (1-190).
5.2.2
Unscrew or back out stop screw (1-180) to achieve over-travel as illustrated in detail “A” on
warning tag attached to Spring Module cover plate or to Bettis drawing part number
123650.
5.2.3
Install o-ring seal (6-20) into the o-ring groove in the inboard end of spring cartridge
assembly (5-10).
5.2.4
Using lifting equipment move Spring Module up to housing (1-10) and align spring
cartridge tension rod with extension rod assembly (9-50) for G2 through G13 models or
G01 models align spring cartridge with tapped hole in guide block (1-30).
WARNING:
5.2.5
COMPLETE STEP 5.2.5 TO AVOID SEVER INJURY TO PERSONNEL OR
INCUR MAJOR DAMAGE TO THE ACTUATOR.
SPRING CARTRIDGE TENSION ROD TO ROD EXTENSION INSTALLATION AS
FOLLOWS:
5.2.5.1 Using a male square drive extension, go through the open end of Spring Module
(5-10) and rotate the tension rod nut until initial thread engagement is achieved.
NOTE: Confirm initial thread engagement of rod extension (9-50) to tension rod.
5.2.5.2 After confirming initial thread engagement rotate tension rod into extension rod
assembly (9-50) per the following table.
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WARNING:
ACTUATOR
MODEL
MINIMUM
NO TURNS
WARNING:
5.2.6
After initial thread engagement the tension rod must be rotated
clockwise the minimum number of turns listed in the following
table.
TORQUE G01 G2
G3
G4
G5
G7
G8 G10 G13
UNITS
N/A
6
10
10
10
13
14
20
25
31
When screwing tension rod into extension rod assembly (9-50) make certain
that the tension rod and extension rod assembly threads do not
cross-thread.
Torque tighten the spring cartridge tension rod as listed in the following table.
HOUSING
MODEL
G01
G2
G3
G4
G5
SPRING CARTRIDGE TENSION ROD TORQUE TABLE
TORQUE (±5 % Percent)
HOUSING
TORQUE (±5 % Percent)
FT-Lb.
N-m
MODEL
FT-Lb.
N-m
50
68
G7
240
325
90
122
G8
240
325
90
122
G10
240
325
240
325
G13
240
325
240
325
5.2.7
Install lock washers (5-30) onto hex cap screws (5-20).
5.2.8
Install hex cap screws (5-20) with lockwashers (5-30) through housing (1-10) and into
spring cartridge assembly (5-10) and tighten.
5.2.9
Install o-ring seal (6-10) into the o-ring groove in the outboard end of spring cartridge
assembly (5-10).
NOTE: G2-SRF and G3-SRF use step 5.2.10. G01-SR, G2-SR, G3-SR through G13-SR skip step
5.2.10 and start at step 5.2.11.
5.2.10 Using pipe sealant on the threads install pipe plug (7-10) in the vacant hole in out board
end of spring cartridge assembly (5-10). Skip steps 5.2.10 through 5.2.13 and start at step
5.2.14.
5.2.11 Install lockwashers (7-30) onto hex cap screws (7-20).
5.2.12 Install the cover plate (7-10) or install M3 adapter plate (7-10) onto the outboard end of
spring cartridge assembly (5-10).
5.2.13 Install and tighten hex cap screws (7-20) with lockwashers (7-30) through cover plate
(7-10) and into spring cartridge assembly (5-10).
5.2.14 Torque tighten hex cap screws (7-20) until a final lubricated torque, as listed in the
following table, has been achieved.
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HOUSING
MODEL
G01
G2
G3
G4
G5
HEX CAP SCREWS (7-20) TORQUE TABLE
TORQUE ±5 % Percent
HOUSING
TORQUE ±5 % Percent
MODEL
(FT-lb.)
N-m
(FT-lb.)
N-m
30
41
G7
135
183
30
41
G8
240
325
30
41
G10
285
386
65
88
G13
340
461
65
88
5.2.15 On M3, M3HW and ES models install Monel wire (6-130) through each hex cap screw (7-20)
per the following steps:
NOTE: The following steps provides guidelines for wire locking hex cap screws to
discourage screw loosening and removal in applications where screw removal
could be hazardous.
5.2.15.1
Make sure hex cap screws are tightened to their specified torque.
5.2.15.2
Using required lengths of .31 diameter Monel wire as provided in the
Module ordered. When replacing Monel wire use the following table for
wire length requirements.
MODEL
G01-SR
G2-SR
G3-SR
G4-SR
LENGTH
Inch
mm
36
914.4
44
1117.6
48
1219.2
55
1397.0
MODEL
G5-SR
G7-SR
G8-SR
G10-SR
LENGTH
Inch
Mm
66
1676.4
79
2006.6
88
2235.2
110
2794.0
5.2.15.3
Twist the end of both wires together and insert one through the drilled hole
in the hex cap screw head, pass the second wire over the screw head and
twist it three (3) times around the first wire at a location where the first wire
exits the screw head.
5.2.15.4
Repeat the procedure until the second wire is twist tied to the screw head
through wire of the last screw head.
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5.2.15.5
Attach caution tag and twist tie the wires from the last screw head to the
twisted wires of the first screw head. See following for illustration.
5.2.16 If removed install stop screw nuts (1-190) onto stop screws (1-180).
5.2.17 If removed install o-ring (2-90) onto stop screws (1-180).
5.2.18 If removed install two stop screws (1-180) into two stop screw holes on the front of housing
(1-10).
5.2.19 Adjust both stop screws (1-180) back to settings recorded earlier in Section 5.
5.2.20 Tighten both stop screw nuts (1-190) securely.
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5.3
PNEUMATIC POWER MODULE REMOVAL
CAUTION:
5.3.1
Due to the weight and size of power module, heavy duty support equipment
will be required when removing power module from the actuator housing.
Refer to section 6 for Pneumatic Power Module weights.
Standard Outer end cap with pipe plug use step 5.3.1.1, outer end cap with extended stop
(ES) use step 5.3.1.2, G2 or G3 outer end cap with M3 or M3HW use step 5.3.1.3 and G01
outer end cap with M3 or M3HW use step 5.3.1.4.
5.3.1.1 Standard outer end cap - Remove pipe plug (3-120) from outer end cap (3-80).
5.3.1.2 ES outer end cap:
5.3.1.2.1
Loosen ES nut (3-190).
5.3.1.2.2
Unscrew ES (3-180) and remove from outer end cap (3-80).
5.3.1.3 G2 or G3 M3/M3HW outer end cap:
5.3.1.3.1
Remove socket cap screws (3-320) from M3 adapter (3-280).
5.3.1.3.2
Remove M3 adapter (3-280) from outer end cap (3-80).
5.3.1.4 G01M3/M3HW outer end cap:
5.3.1.4.1
Remove socket cap screw (3-130) from M3 keeper (3-360).
5.3.1.4.2
Remove M3 keeper (3-360) from M3 adapter (3-360) and outer
end cap (3-80).
5.3.1.4.3
Remove M3 jackscrew (3-290) with M3 adapter (3-360) from outer
end cap (3-80).
5.3.2
Using a male square drive extension, go through outer end cap (3-80) and unscrew piston
rod (3-40) from the drive module.
5.3.3
Remove hex cap screws (3-100) with lockwashers (3-110) from housing (1-10).
NOTE: When removing power module from housing (1-10) be careful not to loose o-ring seal (4-90).
5.3.4
5.4
Remove power module from actuator housing (1-10).
POWER MODULE INSTALLATION
5.4.1
Check to verify that o-ring seal (4-90) is properly seated in its seal groove located on the
housing side of inner end cap (3-10).
NOTE: G2 and G3 models (older models) confirm that the two inboard hex nuts (3-90) flats are
aligned to fit into the slot located in the end of housing (1-10).
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5.4.2
Using lifting equipment move the power module up to the drive module and align piston rod
(3-40) as follows:
5.4.2.1 G2 through G13 models align piston rod (3-40) with power module extension rod
assembly (1-50).
5.4.2.2 G01 models align piston rod (3-40) with the drive module guide block (1-30).
5.4.3
Using a male square drive extension, go through outer end cap (3-80) and install piston rod
(3-40) as follows:
5.4.3.1 G2 through G13 screw piston rod (3-40) onto extension rod assembly (1-50).
5.4.3.2 G01 only screw piston rod (3-40) onto guide block (1-30).
CAUTION:
When screwing piston rod into the G2 through G13 extension rod assembly
(1-50) or G01 guide block (1-30) make certain that the piston rod and extension
rod assembly/guide block threads do not cross-thread.
5.4.4
Torque tighten piston rod (3-40). Refer to Section 3 step 3.3.2 for correct torque value.
5.4.5
Install lock washers (3-110) onto hex cap screws (3-100).
5.4.6
Install hex cap screws (3-100) with lockwashers (3-110) through housing (1-10) and screw
into inner end cap (3-10).
5.4.7
Standard Outer end cap with pipe plug use step 5.4.7.1, outer end cap with extended stop
(ES) use step 5.4.7.2, G2 or G3 outer end cap with M3 or M3HW use step 5.4.7.3 and G01
outer end cap with M3 or M3HW use step 5.4.7.4.
5.4.7.1 Standard outer end cap - Using pipe dope, install pipe plug (3-120) into outer end
cap (3-80).
5.4.7.2 ES outer end cap:
5.4.7.2.1
Screw ES (3-180) into outer end cap (3-80).
5.4.7.2.2
Install ES nut (3-190) on to ES (3-180).
5.4.7.3 G2 or G3 M3/M3HW outer end cap:
5.4.7.3.1
Install M3 adapter (3-280) into outer end cap (3-80).
5.4.7.3.2
Install socket cap screws (3-320) through M3 adapter (3-280) and
into outer end cap (3-80).
5.3.1.4 G01M3/M3HW outer end cap:
5.3.1.4.1
Remove socket cap screw (3-130) from M3 keeper (3-360).
5.3.1.4.2
Remove M3 keeper (3-360) from M3 adapter (3-360) and outer
end cap (3-80).
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5.3.1.4.3
5.5
Remove M3 jackscrew (3-290) with M3 adapter (3-360) from outer
end cap (3-80).
G2 THRU G13 POWR SWIVL REMOVAL
CAUTION:
While step 5.5.1 is in progress be sure to maintain guide bar retention when
moving the guide block.
5.5.1
Push the guide block to the side of housing (1-10) that will expose the extension rod
assembly (1-50). NOTE: The guide block can be moved by inserting a long non metallic
rod through the hole where the blind end cap was removed and pushing on the guide
block.
5.5.2
Refer to assembly drawing page 2 of 2 Detail "B". Use Bettis tool part number as listed in
chart in section 1 step 1.2.1 to remove retainer nut assembly (1-60) from the guide block
(1-30).
CAUTION:
5.5.3
When removing rod extension assembly from guide block be careful not to
drop one of the spherical washers inside the housing.
Remove rod extension assembly (1-50) from guide block (1-30).
NOTE: One spherical washer (1-40) will be removed from guide block (1-30) when extension rod
assembly is removed.
5.5.4
5.6
Remove the remaining spherical washer (1-40) from guide block (1-30).
G2 THRU G13 POWR SWIVL MODULE INSTALLATION
WARNING:
The actuator must be in the appropriate over-travel position. Confirm
over-travel position by observing the guide block (1-30) is against the inner
wall of housing (1-10).
CAUTION:
While step 5.6.1 is in progress be sure to maintain guide bar retention when
moving the guide block
5.6.1
Push the guide block to the required side of the housing (1-10). NOTE: The guide block
can be moved by inserting a long rod through either end of the housing and pushing on the
guide block.
5.6.2
Lubricate two spherical washers (1-40), and one extension rod assembly (1-50).
5.6.3
Install one spherical washer (1-40) into the side of guide block (1-30). NOTE:
spherical side of washer (1-40) will be facing to the outside of guide block (1-30).
5.6.4
Install second spherical washer (1-40) over threaded end of extension rod assembly
(1-50). NOTE: The spherical side of the washer will go on the extension rod assembly
facing the head of the extension rod assembly.
The
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5.6.5
Install extension rod assembly (1-50) into right of guide block (1-30) and up against the first
spherical washer (1-40).
5.6.6
Install extension retainer nut assembly (1-60) over extension rod assembly (1-50) and
screw into guide block (1-30).
5.6.7
Tighten extension retainer nut assembly (1-60) until extension rod assembly (1-50) can not
move. Back off the extension retainer nut assembly (1-60) just enough to allow for
extension rod assembly (1-50) to move freely.
SECTION 6 - ACTUATOR SUPPORT INFORMATION
6.1
MODULE WEIGHTS BY ITEM NUMBER AND ACTUATOR HOUSING SIZE
ITEM
NO.
1
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Lbs.
Kg
Lbs.
Kg
Lbs.
Kg
Lbs.
Kg
Lbs.
Kg
Lbs.
Kg
Lbs.
Kg
Lbs.
Kg
Lbs.
Kg
Lbs.
Kg
Lbs.
Kg
Lbs.
Kg
G01
WT.
83
38
69
31
68
30.5
75
34
86
39
96
44
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
G2
WT.
110
50
N/A
N/A
80
36
73.5
33
86
39
96
44
135
61
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
G3
WT.
162
73
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
88
40
104
47
114
51
145
66
235
107
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
G4
WT
280
127
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
130
59
145
66
168
76
260
118
340
154
505
229
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
G5
WT
545
247
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
295
134
305
138
410
186
590
268
977
443
1243
564
G7
WT.
1025
465
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
585
265
735
334
810
367
1100
499
1400
653
G8
WT.
1495
678
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
911
413
1225
556
1260
572
1525
692
G10
WT.
2550
1157
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
1120
508
1440
653
1755
796
G13
WT.
4625
2098
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
MODULE
DESCRIPTION
Drive Module
8” Dia. Power
Module
9” Dia. Power
Module
10” Dia. Power
Module
12” Dia. Power
Module
14” Dia. Power
Module
16” Dia. Power
Module
20” Dia. Power
Module
24” Dia. Power
Module
28” Dia. Power
Module
32” Dia. Power
Module
36” Dia. Power
Module
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6.1
CONTINUED - MODULE WEIGHTS BY ITEM NUMBER AND ACTUATOR HOUSING SIZE
ITEM
NO.
3
3
3
3
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Lbs.
Kg
Lbs.
Kg
Lbs.
Kg
Lbs.
Kg
Lbs.
Kg
Lbs.
Kg
Lbs.
Kg
Lbs.
Kg
Lbs.
Kg
Lbs.
Kg
Lbs.
Kg
Lbs.
Kg
Lbs.
Kg
Lbs.
Kg
Lbs.
Kg
Lbs.
Kg
G01
WT.
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
160
73
158
72
153
153
144
65
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
G2
WT.
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
225
102
215
98
215
98
200
91
200
91
180
82
220
100
210
95
210
95
195
88
205
93
185
84
G3
WT.
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
320
145
310
141
295
295
280
127
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
310
141
300
136
285
129
270
122
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
G4
WT
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
564
256
549
249
534
534
474
215
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
G5
WT
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
975
442
980
445
925
925
860
390
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
G7
WT.
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
2740
1243
2630
1193
2410
2410
2210
1002
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
G8
WT.
1975
896
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
3545
1608
2345
1064
3085
3085
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
G10
WT.
2205
1000
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
4975
2257
4515
2048
4095
4095
3735
1694
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
G13
WT.
3120
1415
4130
1873
10010
4541
9275
4207
8060
8060
7325
3323
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
MODULE
DESCRIPTION
40” Dia. Power
Module
44” Dia. Power
Module
48” Dia. Power
Module
52” Dia. Power
Module
SR1 Spring
Module
SR2 Spring
Module
SR3 Spring
Module
SR4 Spring
Module
SRA5 Spring
Module
SRA6 Spring
Module
SRF1 Spring
Module
SRF2 Spring
Module
SRF3 Spring
Module
SRF4 Spring
Module
SRF5 Spring
Module
SRF6 Spring
Module
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6.2
G01 TOOL STYLE AND WRENCH SIZE
ITEM
NO.
1-110
1-160
1-180
1-190
3-20
3-40
3-90
3-100
3-120
3-130
5-20
7-20
12
13
-
6.3
WRENCH
SIZE
9/16”
½”
3/8” Sq.
1-15/16”
3/8”
3/8” Sq.
1-1/8”
9/16”
5/8” Sq.
3/16”
9/16”
9/16”
1”
3/4”
3/8” Sq.
ITEM
QTY
4
4
2
2
2
1
2
4
1
2
4
4
1
2
1
LOCATION OR
DESCRIPTION
Hex Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Stop Screws
Hex Jam Nuts
Tie Bar (flats)
Piston Rod
Standard Hex Nuts
Hex Cap Screws
Pipe Plug
Socket Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Breather Assembly
Vent Check Assembly
Tension rod
RECOMMENDED
TOOL STYLE
Socket
Socket
Open End or Adjustable
Open End or Adjustable
Open End or Adjustable
Male Drive
Socket
Socket
Open End or Adjustable
Allen
Socket
Socket
Socket
Open End
Male Drive
G2 TOOL STYLE AND WRENCH SIZE
ITEM
NO.
1-110
1-160
1-180
1-190
3-20
3-40
3-90
3-100
3-120
3-130
5-20
7-20
12
13
-
WRENCH
SIZE
9/16”
9/16”
3/8” Sq.
1-1/8”
3/8”
3/8” Sq.
1-1/8”
9/16”
5/8” Sq.
3/16”
9/16”
9/16”
1”
3/4”
3/8” Sq.
ITEM
QTY
6
4
2
2
2
1
2
4
1
2
6
4
1
2
1
LOCATION OR
DESCRIPTION
Hex Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Stop Screws
Hex Jam Nuts
Tie Bar (flats)
Piston Rod
Standard Hex Nuts
Hex Cap Screws
Pipe Plug
Socket Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Breather Assembly
Vent Check Assembly
Tension rod
RECOMMENDED
TOOL STYLE
Socket
Socket
Open End or Adjustable
Open End or Adjustable
Open End or Adjustable
Male Drive
Socket
Socket
Open End or Adjustable
Allen
Socket
Socket
Socket
Open End
Male Drive
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6.4
G3 TOOL STYLE AND WRENCH SIZE
ITEM
NO.
1-110
1-160
1-180
1-190
3-20
3-40
3-90
3-100
3-120
3-130
5-20
7-20
12
13
-
6.5
WRENCH
SIZE
9/16”
9/16”
1/2” Sq.
1-5/16”
1/2”
3/8” Sq.
1-5/16”
9/16”
5/8” Sq.
3/16”
9/16”
9/16”
1”
3/4”
3/8” Sq.
ITEM
QTY
8
4
2
2
2
1
4
6
1
2
6
4
1
2
1
LOCATION OR
DESCRIPTION
Hex Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Stop Screws
Hex Jam Nuts
Tie Bar (flats)
Piston Rod
Standard Hex Nuts
Hex Cap Screws
Pipe Plug
Socket Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Breather Assembly
Vent Check Assembly
Tension rod
RECOMMENDED
TOOL STYLE
Socket
Socket
Open End or Adjustable
Open End or Adjustable
Open End or Adjustable
Male Drive
Socket
Socket
Open End or Adjustable
Allen
Socket
Socket
Socket
Open End
Male Drive
G4 TOOL STYLE AND WRENCH SIZE
ITEM
NO.
1-110
1-160
1-180
1-190
3-20
3-40
3-90
3-100
3-120
3-130
5-20
7-20
12
13
-
WRENCH
SIZE
9/16”
9/16”
3/4” Sq.
1-13/16”
5/8”
1/2” Sq.
1-5/8”
¾”
5/8” Sq.
3/16”
¾”
9/16”
1”
¾”
3/4”
ITEM
QTY
8
4
2
2
2
1
2
6
1
2
6
4
1
2
1
LOCATION OR
DESCRIPTION
Hex Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Stop Screws
Hex Jam Nuts
Tie Bar (flats)
Piston Rod
Standard Hex Nuts
Hex Cap Screws
Pipe Plug
Socket Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Breather Assembly
Vent Check Assembly
Tension rod
RECOMMENDED
TOOL STYLE
Socket
Socket
Open End or Adjustable
Open End or Adjustable
Open End or Adjustable
Male Drive
Socket
Socket
Open End or Adjustable
Allen
Socket
Socket
Socket
Open End
Male Drive
Bettis P/N 124840E
Revision “B”
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6.6
G5 TOOL STYLE AND WRENCH SIZE
ITEM
NO.
1-110
1-120
1-160
1-180
1-190
3-20
3-40
3-90
3-100
3-120
3-130
5-20
7-20
12
13
-
6.7
WRENCH
SIZE
3/4”
3/4”
9/16”
7/8” Sq.
2-3/8”
1/2” Sq.
1/2” Sq.
2”
3/4”
1-1/8” Sq.
3/16”
3/4”
9/16”
1”
3/4”
3/4”
ITEM
QTY
8
4
6
2
2
2
1
2
8
1
2
8
4
1
2
1
LOCATION OR
DESCRIPTION
Hex Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Stop Screws
Heavy Hex Jam Nuts
Tie Bar (flats)
Piston Rod
Standard Hex Nuts
Hex Cap Screws
Pipe Plug
Socket Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Breather Assembly
Vent Check Assembly
Tension rod
RECOMMENDED
TOOL STYLE
Socket
Socket
Socket
Open End or Adjustable
Open End or Adjustable
Open End or Adjustable
Male Drive
Socket
Socket
Open End or Adjustable
Allen
Socket
Socket
Socket
Open End
Male Drive
G7 TOOL STYLE AND WRENCH SIZE
ITEM
NO.
1-110
1-120
1-160
1-180
3-20
3-40
3-90
3-100
3-120
3-130
5-20
7-20
12
13
-
WRENCH
SIZE
3/4”
3/4”
9/16”
1”
3/4” Sq.
3/4” Sq.
2-3/8”
15/16”
1-1/8” Sq.
3/16”
15/16”
9/16”
1”
3/4”
3/4”
ITEM
QTY
8
4
8
2
2
1
2
8
1
2
8
8
1
2
1
LOCATION OR
DESCRIPTION
Hex Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Stop Screws
Tie Bar (female square)
Piston Rod
Standard Hex Nuts
Hex Cap Screws
Pipe Plug
Socket Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Breather Assembly
Vent Check Assembly
Tension rod
RECOMMENDED
TOOL STYLE
Socket
Socket
Socket
Open End or Adjustable
Open End or Adjustable
Male Drive
Socket
Socket
Open End or Adjustable
Allen
Socket
Socket
Socket
Open End
Male Drive
Bettis P/N 124840E
Revision “B”
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6.8
G8 TOOL STYLE AND WRENCH SIZE
ITEM
NO.
1-110
1-120
1-160
1-180
3-20
3-40
3-90
3-100
3-120
3-130
5-20
7-20
12
13
-
6.9
WRENCH
SIZE
3/4”
3/4”
9/16”
1-1/4”
3/4” Sq.
3/4” Sq.
2-3/4”
1-1/8”
1-5/16” Sq.
3/16”
1-1/8”
1-1/8”
1”
3/4”
3/4”
ITEM
QTY
12
4
8
2
2
1
2
8
1
2
8
8
1
2
1
LOCATION OR
DESCRIPTION
Hex Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Stop Screws
Tie Bar (female square)
Piston Rod
Standard Hex Nuts
Hex Cap Screws
Pipe Plug
Socket Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Breather Assembly
Vent Check Assembly
Tension rod
RECOMMENDED
TOOL STYLE
Socket
Socket
Socket
Open End or Adjustable
Open End or Adjustable
Male Drive
Socket
Socket
Open End or Adjustable
Allen
Socket
Socket
Socket
Open End
Male Drive
G10 TOOL STYLE AND WRENCH SIZE
ITEM
NO.
1-110
1-120
1-160
1-180
3-20
3-40
3-90
3-100
3-120
3-130
5-20
7-20
12
13
-
WRENCH
SIZE
3/4”
3/4”
9/16”
1-1/2”
3/4” Sq.
3/4” Sq.
3-1/2”
1-5/16”
1-5/16” Sq.
3/16”
1-1/8”
9/16”
1”
3/4”
3/4”
ITEM
QTY
16
4
8
2
2
1
2
8
1
2
8
4
1
2
1
LOCATION OR
DESCRIPTION
Hex Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Stop Screws
Tie Bar (female square)
Piston Rod
Standard Hex Nuts
Hex Cap Screws
Pipe Plug
Socket Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Breather Assembly
Vent Check Assembly
Tension rod
RECOMMENDED
TOOL STYLE
Socket
Socket
Socket
Open End or Adjustable
Open End or Adjustable
Male Drive
Socket
Socket
Open End or Adjustable
Allen
Socket
Socket
Socket
Open End
Male Drive
Bettis P/N 124840E
Revision “B”
Page 46 of 46
6.10
G13 TOOL STYLE AND WRENCH SIZE
ITEM
NO.
1-110
1-120
1-160
1-180
3-20
3-40
3-90
3-100
3-120
3-130
5-20
7-20
12
13
-
ECN
Released
17787
WRENCH
SIZE
1-1/8”
1-1/8”
9/16”
2” Sq.
3/4” Sq.
3/4” Sq.
4-1/4”
1-11/16”
1-7/8” Sq.
3/16”
1-13/16”
1-1/8”
1”
3/4”
3/4”
ITEM
QTY
20
4
12
2
2
1
2
8
1
2
8
8
1
2
1
DATE
3 September 1998
17 December 2001
LOCATION OR
DESCRIPTION
Hex Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Stop Screws
Tie Bar (female square)
Piston Rod
Standard Hex Nuts
Hex Cap Screws
Pipe Plug
Socket Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Hex Cap Screws
Breather Assembly
Vent Check Assembly
Tension rod
REV
A
B
COMPILED
CHECKED
APPROVED
RECOMMENDED
TOOL STYLE
Socket
Socket
Socket
Open End or Adjustable
Open End or Adjustable
Male Drive
Socket
Socket
Open End or Adjustable
Allen
Socket
Socket
Socket
Open End
Male Drive
BY *
B. Cornelius
B. Cornelius
R. Smith
* Signatures on file Bettis, Waller, Texas
DATE
17 December 2001
17 December 2001
17 December 2001