Bullard

Bullard
Free-Air® Pumps
Instruction Manual
EDP10
EDP16TE
This Manual
provides detailed
instructions,
warnings and
other information
for individuals
using Bullard
Free-Air Pump
models EDP10,
EDP16TE and
EDP16HAZA
EDP16HAZ
TABLE OF CONTENTS
GENERAL INFORMATION ......................................................................... 1
WARNINGS ............................................................................................. 2, 3
BREATHING AIR REQUIREMENTS .......................................................... 4
ASSEMBLING THE FREE-AIR PUMP
Model EDP10 ................................................................................. 5
Model EDP16TE ............................................................................ 5
Model EDP16HAZ ...................................................................... 5, 6
Pump Performance Specifications ............................................. 6
Electric Motor Specifications ...................................................... 7
OPERATING THE FREE-AIR ® PUMP ..........................................8, 9, 10, 11
MAINTAINING THE FREE-AIR PUMP ..................................................... 12
FREE-AIR PUMP TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE ..............................13, 14
REPLACEMENT PARTS .......................................................................... 15
PUMP WARRANTY ................................................................................... 17
AIR FILTER REPLACEMENT SCHEDULE .............................................. 18
GENERAL INFORMATION
Bullard Free-Air ® pumps transfer ambient air
from a clean air location, where breathable air
can be assured at all times, to workers wearing
Type C or CE continuous- flow supplied-air
respirator hoods or tight fitting half or full face
masks.
monoxide, oil vapors, oil mist or moisture.
They do not require expensive carbon
monoxide monitors, high temperature alarms
or airline filters. No calibration is required.
The pumps will supply air to one, two or three
workers depending on the pump model and
style of respirator(s) being used. The chart
below describes the pump model, the number
of respirators each unit will supply and its
maximum outlet pressure.
The ambient air is filtered through a medium
efficiency inlet air filter and a Carbofine outlet
filter before entering the respirator’s air
supply hose.
Bullard Free-Air pumps are oil-less and have
rotary carbon vanes. They produce no carbon
PUMP SPECIFICATION TABLE
Pump
Model No.
Maximum
Number of Respirators
Hood Style
Full or Half-Mask
Maximum Outlet
Air Pressure*
15 psig (103 kPa)**
EDP10
One
Two
EDP16TE
Two
Three
15 psig (103 kPa)
EDP16HAZ
Two
Three
15 psig (103 kPa)
* USE ONLY SUPPLIED-AIR RESPIRATORS THAT ARE APPROVED BY MSHA/NIOSH TO
OPERATE AT LESS THAN 15 PSIG (103 kPa).
**To convert kPa to bar, divide kPa by 100
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WARNINGS
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL BEFORE USING FREE
AIR® PUMP MODELS EDP-10, EDP-16-TE OR EDP-16-HAZ.
FAILURE TO OPERATE ANY OF THESE PUMPS IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN THIS MANUAL MAY RESULT IN
DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY TO THE RESPIRATOR WEARER.
1. Locate the pump’s inlet air filter in a clean breathable air location at
all times. THE PUMP DOES NOT REMOVE TOXIC GASES OR OTHER
CONTAMINANTS FROM THE INCOMING AIR IT TRANSFERS TO THE
RESPIRATOR WEARER.
See the BREATHING AIR REQUIREMENTS section on page 4 for
specific details on breathing air quality. THESE PUMPS DO NOT
SUPPLY OXYGEN.
2. This pump will only supply the required volume of air [6-15 cfm (170425 lpm) for hoods or 4-15 cfm (113-425 lpm) for tight fitting half or
full face masks] to low pressure continuous-flow supplied-air respirators approved by MSHA/NIOSH to operate at less than 15 psig (103
kPa).
Be sure that the pump’s outlet pressure, measured by the pressure
gauge on the pump, is maintained above the minimum pressure
setting required by the respirator manufacturer.
To be assured your respirator can be used with this pump refer to:
a) The Pump Specification Table on page 1 for the maximum outlet
pressure of the pump model you are using.
b) The section in the respirator’s instruction manual for the respirator’s approved pressure range and permissible air supply hose
lengths.
If you have any questions about whether or not your respirator is
compatible with this pump, contact Bullard's Customer Service
Department at 1-800-827-0423 or 1-606-234-6611.
3. Supplied-air respirators used with this pump must not be worn in
any atmosphere immediately dangerous to life or health or from
which the wearer cannot escape without the use of the respirator.
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WARNINGS continued
4. When connecting your respirator to the Free-Air® pump use only the
air supply hose and couplers required by the respirator manufacturer
and approved by MSHA/NIOSH.
Use of non-approved hose or couplers will void the respirator’s
MSHA/NIOSH Approval and could reduce the air flow to the respirator, resulting in possible death or serious injury to the respirator
wearer.
5. DO NOT modify or alter this pump in any manner. Use only approved
Bullard Free-Air pump components and replacement parts on the
pump.
Failure to use approved Bullard components and replacement parts
invalidates all Bullard warranties, and may result in death or serious
injury to the respirator wearer.
6. If you have any questions concerning the use of this pump or your
respirator, or you are not sure the inlet filter is in a breathable
location, ask your supervisor.
All instructions for the use and care of this product must be supplied
to you by your employer as recommended by the manufacturer and
as required by Federal Law (29 CFR 1910.134).
For technical assistance or additional copies of this manual, call or
write:
E.D. Bullard Company
1898 Safety Way
Cynthiana, KY 41031-9303
1-800-827-0423 (Outside Kentucky)
In Kentucky 1-606-234-6611
Web site: http://www.bullard.com
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BREATHING AIR REQUIREMENTS
The requirements of Grade D breathable air
include:
AIR QUALITY
* Oxygen ...................................19.5 - 23.0 %
* Hydrocarbons (condensed)
in mg/m3 of gas...............5 mg/m3 maximum
* Carbon Monoxide............10 ppm maximum
* Carbon Dioxide ..........1,000 ppm maximum
* No toxic contaminants at levels which
would make the air unsafe to breathe.
The Free-Air® pump’s inlet filter must be
located in a clean breathable air location at all
times.
The breathable air drawn into the inlet filter
must meet at least the requirements for Type
1 gaseous air described in the Compressed
Gas Association Commodity Specifications
G-7.1 (Grade D or higher), as specified by
Federal Law 30CFR, Part 11, Subpart J,
11.121(b).
Refer to the C.G.A. Commodity Specification
G-7.1 for complete details. It is available from:
Compressed Gas Association, 500 Fifth Ave.,
New York, NY 10036.
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ASSEMBLING
THE FREE-AIR® PUMP
1. MODEL EDP10:
a. Open the shipping carton and remove
the top layer of foam from the box.
Remove the pump from the carton.
We recommend storing the shipping
carton and foam in the event the pump
must be shipped in the future.
b. Remove the pressure gauge from its
separate box. Assemble it to the gauge
port located on top of the pump’s outlet
filter body. The gauge should face
outward so that it can be read while
setting the pressure adjustment knob
(see Figure 1).
There is no other assembly required on
the EDP10 pump.
2. MODEL EDP16TE OR EDP16HAZ:
a. Remove the pump from the shipping
carton. We recommend storing the
shipping carton and plywood board in
the event the pump must be shipped
in the future.
Figure 1
b. Remove the pressure gauge from its
separate box. Assemble it to the gauge
port located on top of the pump’s outlet
filter body. The gauge should face
outward so that it can be read while
setting the pressure adjustment knob
(see Figure 1).
3. ALL PUMPS:
a. Unscrew the pump’s outlet filter jar and
check to be sure the outlet filter
cartridge is seated firmly into the outlet
filter body (see Figure 2).
Figure 2
DO NOT OPERATE THIS PUMP
WITHOUT AN OUTLET FILTER
CARTRIDGE (Cat. No. S17101).
sure the jar is seated against the O-ring
so that no air can escape.
Be sure the outlet filter O-ring is installed
inside the filter body.
c. Check to be sure that the inlet filter,
pressure gauge and outlet couplings are
all assembled tightly to the pump so that
no air can escape.
b. Screw the filter jar back onto the filter
body. Tighten firmly by hand, making
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PUMP PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS
EDP10
EDP16TE
EDP16HAZ
PUMP DESIGN:
Rotary Carbon
Vane (4 vanes)
Rotary Carbon
Vane (4 vanes)
Rotary Carbon
Vane (4 vanes)
MAXIMUM
PRESSURE:
15 psig
(103 kPa)
15 psig
(103 kPa)
15 psig
(103 kPa)
TOTAL AIR
FLOW:
10 cfm @ 5 psig
(283 lpm @ 34 kPa)
16 cfm @ 5 psig
(453 lpm @ 34 kPa)
16 cfm @ 5 psig
(453 lpm @ 34 kPa)
INLET
FILTER:
Medium
Efficiency
Medium
Efficiency
Medium
Efficiency
OUTLET
FILTER:
Carbofine
with activated
carbon
Carbofine
with activated
carbon
Carbofine
with activated
carbon
8 inches (20.3 cm)
16.3 inches (41.4 cm)
13.5 Inches (34.3 cm)
14 inches (35.5 cm)
28 inches (71.1 cm)
16 inches (40.6 cm)
14 inches (35.5 cm)
28 inches (71.1 cm)
16 inches (40.6 cm)
49 lbs. (approx.)
(22.2 kg)
98 lbs. (approx.)
(44.5 kg)
98 lbs. (approx.)
(44.5 kg)
DIMENSIONS:
Width
Length
Height
WEIGHT:
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ELECTRIC MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS:
ENCLOSURE:
EDP10
EDP16TE
EDP16HAZ
Open, Dripproof
Totally-Enclosed,
Fan Cooled
Capacitor Start
Hazardous Duty
Meets UL
Requirements,
CSA Approved
Meets UL Requirements,
CSA Approved
Meets UL Requirements,
CSA Approved
CLASS:
Natl. Elec. Code:
Class B
Design N
Code K
Natl. Elec. Code:
Class III
Division 1 and 2
National Electric Code:
Class I, Group D, Div. 1 & 2
Class II, Group F, Div. 1 & 2
Class II, Group G, Div. 1 & 2
Class III, Division 1 & 2<
H.P.
3/4
1 1/2
1 1/2
PHASE:
Single
Single
Three
CYCLES:
60 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
VOLTS:
115
115/208/230
(Connected
for 115 V.)
230 - 460
AMPS:
10.2 @ 115 V.
16.0 @ 115 V.
8.0 @ 208/230 V.
5.0 @ 230 V.
2.5 @ 460 V.
1.25
1.15
1.0
Internal Thermal
Overload
Manual Reset Thermal
Overload equipped for
115 volt operation.
Thermal Overload and
Starter/Contactor to be
provided by the user.
SERVICE
FACTOR:
PROTECTOR:
Thermal Overload and
Starter/Contactor to be
provided by the user if
rewired to 208/230 volts.
WARNING: PROPER MOTOR SELECTION AND WIRING (IN ACCORDANCE WITH LOCAL
AND NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODES) IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE USER.
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OPERATING THE
FREE-AIR® PUMP
WARNING : THE RESPIRATOR USER MUST NOT ENTER THE
CONTAMINATED WORK AREA UNTIL ALL OF THE FOLLOWING STEPS
HAVE BEEN COMPLETED
1. Analyze the atmosphere at the location of
the air inlet and the pump itself to be sure
the pump will not be operating in a contaminated or an explosive atmosphere.
2. If
Avoid excessive lengths of extension cord,
especially if running the pump continuously.
The pump’s motor is equipped with manual
reset thermal overload protection for 115
volt operation. The reset button is located
on the side opposite the toggle switch.
Using an EDP10 Pump:
Plug the pump into a 115 volt electrical
outlet. The pump’s motor is equipped with
a toggle switch and a 7 foot (2 m) grounded cord with a standard three-prong plug.
The EDP16TE may be rewired for 208/230
volt, 60 Hz operation. If rewired to 208/230
a suitable starter/contactor and thermal
overload protector must be provided by the
user. The conversion work should be
performed by a qualified electrician.
You may use up to 100 (30.5 m) feet of 50
amp, 3-wire grounded extension cord to
reach your electrical outlet. We recommend using 14 gauge wire. Avoid excessive lengths of extension cord, especially if
running the pump continuously.
If Using an EDP16HAZ Pump:
The EDP16HAZ must be wired for either
230 or 460 volt, 3-phase, 60 Hz operation.
If Using an EDP16TE Pump:
THE USER MUST SUPPLY AN EXPLOSION-PROOF THERMAL OVERLOAD
PROTECTOR AND A STARTER/CONTACTOR SWITCH.
Plug the pump into a 115 volt electrical
outlet. The pump’s motor is equipped with
a toggle switch and a 7 (2 m) foot grounded cord with a standard three-prong plug.
Proper wiring should be performed by a
qualified electrician.
You may use up to 100 (30.5 m) feet of 50
amp, 3-wire grounded extension cord to
reach your electrical outlet. We recommend using 12 gauge wire.
REFER TO THE MOTOR NAME PLATE
OR JUNCTION BOX COVER FOR
PROPER WIRING DIAGRAM.
WARNING : PROPER MOTOR SELECTION AND WIRING (IN
ACCORDANCE WITH LOCAL AND NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODES) IS
THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE USER.
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3. Each pump will operate sitting on its four
rubber mounts. It does not need to be
bolted down. If desired, the pump may be
mounted on a wall or ceiling as long as the
shaft center line is horizontal.
5. Assemble your respirator by following
the manufacturer’s directions as described
in the respirator’s instruction manual. Be
sure the pump’s outlet pressure, measured
by the pressure gauge on the pump, is
greater than the minimum MSHA/NIOSH
approved pressure required to operate the
respirator.
4. Make sure the pump’s inlet filter is located
in a clean, uncontaminated location where
breathable air is assured at all times (see
Figure 3).
The respirator’s minimum approved pressure will be found in the respirator’s
instruction manual and/or on labels attached
to the respirator.
If the inlet filter cannot be placed in a clean
breathable location, install Bullard’s 50 foot
(15 m) Inlet Extension Hose Kit (Cat. No.
V50IN) to the pump’s inlet port. See the
directions shipped with the Extension Hose
Kit for assembly instructions.
If you have any questions as to whether or
not your respirator is compatible with this
pump, call Bullard’s Customer Service
Department at 1-800-827-0423 or
1-606-234-6616.
If clean breathable air cannot be guaranteed at all times within this 50 foot (15 m)
reach, you may add up to five (5) additional
lengths of 50 foot (15 m) Extension Hose
(Cat. V50EX).
6. Connect the respirator’s MSHA/NIOSH
approved air supply hose(s) to the quickdisconnect outlet coupler(s) on the pump
(see Figure 4).
Therefore, you may place your inlet filter up
to 300 feet (91.4 m) (6 x 50) away from the
pump. Do not add more than 300 (91.4 m)
feet of inlet extension hose to the pump.
Figure 4
Figure 3
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A. OUTLET COUPLER SPLITTER
ADAPTOR
If the respirator’s air supply hose(s) have
1/2" Industrial Interchange quick-disconnect fittings and you want to supply air to
one of the following:
- TWO Half or Full Face Mask respirators
using pump model EDP10
or
- THREE Half or Full Face Mask respirators using pump model EDP16TE or
EDP16HAZ
Figure 5
Connect the following Q.D. coupler splitter
adaptor to the pump (see Figure 5):
Cat. No. V24 - Double Outlet, One FlowThrough (GREEN) & One Shut-Off (RED).
If using an 86800 or 86900 pump, connect
the splitter adaptor to either of the pump’s
two quick-disconnect couplers.
B. CONNECTING AIR SUPPLY
HOSE(S) WITHOUT 1/2"
QUICK-DISCONNECT FITTINGS
If your respirator’s MSHA/NIOSH approved
air supply hose will not attach to the pump’s
standard 1/2" Industrial Interchange outlet
coupler, (see above) you can adapt your
hose’s fitting to the pump by converting
the pump’s quick-disconnect outlet to 3/8"
Female NPT with the installation of one of
the following adaptors (see Figure 6):
Figure 6
Cat. No. V22 - Converts SINGLE outlet to
DOUBLE 3/8" female NPT pipe thread.
Cat. No. V23 - Converts SINGLE outlet to
SINGLE 3/8" female NPT pipe thread. A
variety of quick-disconnect fittings may be
used to connect your air supply hose to
the 3/8" female pipe thread. Contact your
respirator’s manufacturer for the proper
fitting (Hansen, Foster, Snap-Tite,
Schrader, etc.) (see Figure 7).
Figure 7
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7. Before connecting your respirator to the
air supply hose, turn the pump on. Allow
the air to flow through the pump and hose
for a few minutes to purge or expel any
hose odors or moisture that may have
accumulated inside the hose.
11. When finished working, leave the work
area wearing the respirator with the air
still flowing. Once outside the contaminated area, remove the respirator, turn the
pump off, then disconnect the air supply
hose using the quick-disconnect couplers.
8. Connect the respirator to the air supply
hose using the quick-disconnect fittings.
See the respirator’s instruction manual for
proper inspection, maintenance and
storage procedures for the respirator you
are using.
9. With the air flowing, put on the respirator
by following the directions in the respirator
manufacturer’s instruction manual.
10. Set the pump’s outlet pressure to within
the respirator’s approved pressure range
by adjusting the pressure adjustment
valve located on the outlet filter body.
To set the pressure adjustment valve,
loosen the lock nut. Once the desired
outlet pressure has been obtained,
retighten the lock nut firmly by hand to
maintain consistent outlet pressure. (see
Figure 8).
YOU ARE NOW READY TO ENTER
THE WORK AREA.
Figure 8
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MAINTAINING
THE FREE-AIR® PUMP
Bullard Free-Air pumps consist of an electrically driven air pump with four carbon vanes.
The vanes self-adjust as they wear and should
last from 5,000 to 15,000 hours if properly
maintained.
WARNING: NEVER USE KEROSENE OR
OTHER COMBUSTIBLE LIQUIDS OR
VAPORS WITH THIS PUMP. THEIR USE
MAY RESULT IN AN EXPLOSION WHICH
MAY CAUSE INJURY OR DEATH.
For the pump to operate at its optimum
performance level, the following routine
maintenance procedures must be performed:
Directions for Flushing Pump
a. Before flushing, disassemble and remove
the following parts from the pump:
1. REPLACE THE INLET AND
OUTLET FILTERS REGULARLY
- Disconnect the respirator’s air supply hose
- Remove the pump’s inlet filter
- Remove the pump’s outlet filter jar and
outlet filter cartridge
Dirty filters may inhibit air flow to the respirator(s), and cause the motor to overload and
decrease vane life.
b. With the pump running, pour several ounces
of approved safety solvent into the pump’s
air inlet port. Repeat the flushing if
necessary.
- Replace the Carbofine outlet filter cartridge
(Cat. No. S17101) at least once every 200
running hours or sooner if necessary.
WARNING: RUN THE PUMP FOR A
SUFFICIENT TIME TO PURGE ALL
TRACES OF THE SOLVENT BEFORE
REPLACING THE FILTERS, RECONNECTING THE AIR SUPPLY HOSE(S)
AND USING THE RESPIRATOR.
- Replace the inlet filter (Cat. No. 23611), at
least once every 500 operating hours or
sooner if necessary.
2. FLUSH PUMP IF NECESSARY
Should excessive dirt, sand, foreign particles,
moisture or oil be permitted to enter the pump,
the carbon vanes will become sluggish and
the pump’s performance will deteriorate. This
will result in decreased outlet pressure or
failure of the pump to operate.
3. AVOID RUNNING THE PUMP AT
EXCESSIVE PRESSURE
Avoid running the Free Air pump above 15
psig (103 kPa) for any length of time.
Running the pump above 15 psig (103 kPa)
could cause motor damage and will create
premature wear of the carbon vanes.
If the pump remains idle in a humid environment for a long period of time, rust film may
build up in the pump’s chamber and rotor slots.
This will result in decreased outlet pressure or
a failure to operate at all.
NOTE: NEVER LUBRICATE THIS OIL-LESS
PUMP. THE MOTOR BEARINGS ARE
GREASE PACKED AND SEALED. THEY
REQUIRE NO FURTHER LUBRICATION.
If the above occurs, the pump should be
flushed with the following recommended
solvent:
- Loctite Safety Solvent (Cat. No. S17931)
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FREE-AIR® PUMP
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
If your Bullard Free-Air pump is not working
satisfactorily, please follow the trouble shooting
steps below:
7. Flush the pump with Loctite Safety Solvent
(Cat. no. S17931) to remove excessive dirt,
sand, particles, moisture or oil in the rotor
assembly.
SYMPTOM: Pump Fails to Start or
Hums
See the Maintenance Section on Page 12
of this manual for proper directions on
flushing the pump.
1. Turn pump switch off and disconnect from
the power source.
When the parts are reassembled, attach
the respirator and turn the pump on,
monitoring the outlet pressure.
2. Check for the correct electrical current as
shown on the motor plate and in the Electric
Motor Specification Chart on page 7 of this
manual.
SYMPTOM: Outlet Pressure Too
High
3. The pump is equipped with a thermal
overload protector that turns the current off
when subjected to electrical overloads.
Check to be sure that the circuit is not
overloaded by the pump and other electrical
equipment.
1. The pressure adjustment valve is set too
high - reset to a lower pressure. Be sure
the outlet pressure remains in the proper
range for the respirator as specified by the
respirator manufacturer - see the respirator’s instruction manual.
4. Wait 15 minutes and restart.
2. Check the respirator’s air supply hose for
kinks.
SYMPTOM: Outlet Air Pressure
Too Low
SYMPTOM: Pump Overheating
1. Be sure you know the proper pressure
range for the respirator - see the respirator’s instruction manual.
1. 160°-200°F (71°-93°C) is normal output air
temperature when the pump is continuously running. This heat is dissipated as it
travels through the respirator’s air supply
hose until it reaches ambient air temperature.
2. Be sure the respirator and air supply hose
are connected when the gauge reading is
taken.
3. Check to see that the gauge is functioning
properly. Replace the gauge if broken or
malfunctioning.
2. Make sure that both the inlet and outlet
filters are clean. Replace if necessary.
3. The pressure adjustment valve is set too
high - reset to a lower pressure. Be sure
the outlet pressure remains in the proper
range for the respirator as specified by the
respirator manufacturer - see the respirator’s instruction manual.
4. Check to see that the outlet filter jar is
seated firmly into the filter housing’s O-ring
so that no air can escape. Replace the jar
and/or O-ring if damaged or worn.
5. Check to see that no air is escaping from
the relief valve in the outlet filter body. Reset
the pressure adjustment valve if necessary.
4. Flush the pump with Loctite Safety Solvent
(cat. no. S17931) to remove excess dirt,
sand, particles, moisture or oil in the rotor
assembly.
6. Check that both the inlet filter (Cat. No.
23611) and outlet filter (Cat. No.
S17101)are clean and replace if necessary.
Dirty filters restrict air flow.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE continued
See the Maintenance Section on page 12
of this manual for proper directions on
flushing the pump.
When the parts are reassembled, attach
the respirator and turn the pump on,
monitoring its performance for overheating.
5. The electrical circuit to which the pump is
connected is overloaded. Check the
amperage load of the circuit and disconnect other electrical equipment, if
necessary, from that circuit.
SYMPTOM: Outlet Air Temperature
Too Cold
1. Let the pump warm up approximately 15
minutes before using.
2. Coil the first 25-50 feet (7.6-15 m) of air
supply hose closest to the pump.
3. Keep the air supply hose off cold surfaces.
SYMPTOM: Moisture In Air Supply
Hose Line
SYMPTOM: Outlet Air Temperature
Too Warm
1.Locate the air inlet filter in a dry, clean air
location, where breathable air can be
assured at all times.
1. Be sure that at least the first 50 feet (15 m)
of air supply hose closest to the pump is
laid out (not coiled) to permit excess heat
to dissipate from the hose.
2. With the air supply hose connected to the
pump, but not the respirator, turn the pump
on and let it run for approximately 15
minutes to purge the hose of excessive
moisture.
2. Keep the air supply hose out of direct
sunlight and off warm or hot surfaces.
3. Put a coiled section of the air supply hose
in the bottom of a large container. Fill the
container with water and ice and cover with
a lid. For best results, locate the container
as close to the worker as possible.
IF THESE STEPS FAIL TO RESOLVE THE PROBLEM, CONTACT YOUR BULLARD
DISTRIBUTOR OR BULLARD’S CUSTOMER SERVICE DEPARTMENT AT 1-800-8270423 OR 1-606-234-6616.
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REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
REPLACEMENT PARTS AND ACCESSORIES FOR EDP10, EDP16TE AND EDP16HAZ
FREE-AIR PUMPS
Cat. No.
Description
23611
244852
263552
S17101
S17931
V22
Inlet Filter
Outlet Filter Jar
Outlet Filter Assembly O-Ring
Outlet Filter Cartridge, Carbofine
Loctite Safety Solvent, 12 oz. (350 ml) Aerosol Can
Quick-Disconnect Coupler Adaptor. Converts pump’s quick-disconnect coupler
to DOUBLE 3/8" Female NPT
Quick-Disconnect Coupler Adaptor. Converts pump’s quick-disconnect coupler
to SINGLE 3/8" Female NPT
Quick-Disconnect Coupler Splitter/Adaptor. Converts pump’s Quick-disconnect
coupler to DOUBLE 1/2" Industrial Interchange Female Couplers (One FlowThrough, One Shut-Off)
Remote Inlet Air Hose Kit, 50 Feet (15 m) 1 per pump
Remote Extension Hose Kit, 50 Feet (15 m) 5 per pump maximum
V23
V24
V50IN
V50EX
PARTS FOR 86700
Cat. No.
Description
15921
222752
S16483
S19681
Service Kit (Includes Four Carbon Vanes, Inlet Filter, Outlet Filter Cartridge)
Pump Handle
Quick-Disconnect Coupler, Female Flow-Through
Pressure Gauge, 0-15 psig (0-103 kPa)
PARTS FOR 86800 AND 86900 ONLY
Cat. No.
Description
15922
S16191
19683
Service Kit. (Includes Four Carbon Vanes, Inlet Filter, Outlet Filter Cartridge)
Quick-Disconnect Coupler, Female Shut-Off
Pressure Gauge, 0-30 psig (0-207 kPa)
15
2448-52
Outlet Filter Jar
EDP-10
2227-52
Handle
2361-1
Inlet Filter
S-1968-1
Pressure Gauge
S-1710-1
Outlet Filter Cartridge
S-1648-3
Quick-Disconnect Coupler
2635-52
O-Ring
(not shown)
EDP-16-TE
1592-1
Service Kit
(not shown)
2448-52
Outlet Filter Jar
S-1710-1
Outlet Filter Cartridge
2361-1
Inlet Filter
S-1968-3
Pressure Gauge
S-1648-3
Quick-Disconnect
Coupler
2635-52
O-Ring
(not shown)
EDP-16-HAZ
2448-52
Outlet Filter Jar
1592-1
Service Kit
(not shown)
2361-1
Inlet Filter
S-1968-3
Pressure Gauge
S-1710-1
Outlet Filter Cartridge
S-1619-1
Quick-Disconnect
Coupler
1592-1
Service Kit
(not shown)
2635-52
O-Ring
(not shown)
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PUMP WARRANTY
FREE-AIR® PUMP ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
The E.D. Bullard Company warrants to the original purchaser that the Free-Air pump will be free
of defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service for a period of one (1)
year from the date of purchase. E.D. Bullard Company's obligation under this warranty is limited
to repairing or replacing, at its option, articles that are returned within the warranty period and
that are, after examination, shown to E.D. Bullard Company's satisfaction to be defective,
subject to the following limitations:
a) Free-Air pump must be returned to the E. D. Bullard Company with shipping
charges prepaid.
b) Free-Air pump must not be altered from its original factory configuration.
c) Free-Air pump must not have been misused, subjected to negligent use, or damaged
in transport.
d) The date of purchase is within the one year warranty period. (A copy of the
purchaser’s original invoice showing the date of purchase is required to validate
warranty coverage).
In no event shall E.D. Bullard Company be responsible for damages for loss of use or other
indirect, incidental, consequential or special costs, expenses or damages incurred by the
purchaser, notwithstanding that E.D. Bullard Company has been advised of the possibility of
such damages.
ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO ONE (1) YEAR
FROM THE DATE OF PURCHASE OF THIS PRODUCT.
TO RETURN GOODS: Written permission must be obtained before returning any material for
any reason whatsoever. Material returned for credit will be subjected to factory inspection. Inwarranty product of current design, will be subjected to a rehandling charge less freight
originally allowed. All material must be shipped with transportation charges prepaid. Bullard will
issue a Return Material Authorization number and shipping label which must be affixed to all
returns to facilitate handling and reduce risk of loss.
Products which are obsolete or made to special order are not returnable.
Warranty information can be obtained from, and defective articles should be sent, shipping
charges prepaid to:
E.D. Bullard Company
1898 Safety Way
Cynthiana, Ky 41031-9303
Toll-Free: 1-800-827-0423
In Kentucky call 1-606-234-6611
Web site: http://www.bullard.com
17
AIR FILTER REPLACEMENT
SCHEDULE
Regular inspection and replacement of the air filters will prevent extensive and costly pump
repair. Dirty or clogged filters can be responsible for failure of the pump to build up outlet
pressure and eventual overheating.
- Replace the Carbofine outlet filter (Cat. No. S17101) at least once every 200 running hours or
sooner if necessary.
The outlet filter cartridge is multi-layered with 40-micron size particles of activated carbon, a
sorbent bed with an exposed carbon surface of more than 15,000 square feet (1,615 sq meters).
- Replace the medium efficiency inlet filter (Cat. No. 23611) at least once every 500 running
hours or sooner if necessary.
The inlet filter keeps moisture as well as particulates out of the air supply and helps protect the
pump’s carbon vanes.
We recommend the following chart be used to monitor and maintain a routine air filter
replacement schedule.
CARBOFINE OUTLET FILTER
(Cat. No. S17101)
Cumulative
Pump
Operating
Hours
Last Filter
Replacement
Date
MEDIUM EFFICIENCY INLET FILTER
(Cat. No. 23611)
Cumulative
Pump
Operating
Hours
Employee
Responsible
(Initial)
200
500
400
1,000
600
1,500
800
2,000
1,000
2,500
1,200
3,000
1,400
3,500
1,600
4,000
1,800
4,500
2,000
5,000
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Last Filter
Replacement
Date
Employee
Responsible
(Initial)
1898 Safety Way
Cynthiana, KY 41031-9303
Toll-Free: 800-827-0423
Phone: 606-234-6611
Facsimile: 606-234-6858
Web site: http://www.bullard.com
ISO 9001 Certified
Copyright 1996 by E.D. Bullard Company.
All rights reserved, including the right of
reproduction in whole or in part in any
form.
6093500182 (0398)
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