Amprobe RG5410A-E Refrigerant Recovery Unit User manual

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
OPERATING GUIDELINES
ADDITIONAL RECOVERY TANK INFORMATION
PURGING NON-CONDENSABLE GASES
HELPFUL HINTS FOR REFRIGERANT RECOVERY
OPERATING YOUR RG5410A-E
DIAGRAM FOR REFRIGERANT RECOVERY
SELF PURGING YOUR RG5410A-E
SELF PURGE/AUTO EVACUATE
DIAGRAM FOR “PUSH/PULL” METHOD
SET-UP DIAGRAM FOR TANK PRE OR SUB COOLING PROCEDURE
OPTIONAL RECOVERY / TANK PRE OR SUB
COOLING FOR FIXED HOSE SET-UP
REFRIGERANT FLOW DIAGRAM
RG5410A-E PARTS DIAGRAM/PARTS AND ACCESSORIES LIST
| RG5410A-E WIRING DIAGRAMS
TROUBLESHOOTING YOUR RG5410A-E ;
FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY
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A IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION A
SAFETY COMES FIRST! Read all safety, operating
guidelines and instructions before operating your
RG5410A-E.
1.
CAUTION: ONLY A QUALIFIED TECHNICIAN
SHOULD OPERATE THIS RECOVERY UNIT.
The operator must be familiar with air conditioning
and refrigeration systems, refrigerants and the
dangers of pressurized components.
Always think before acting, familiarity breeds care-
lessness and carelessness can be harmful to your
health or, worse, result in death.
ZA WARNING Always wear safety goggles and
protective gloves when working with refrigerants.
Contact with refrigerant may cause injury.
Disconnect hoses with extreme caution! All hoses
may contain liquid refrigerant under pressure.
Á PRESSURIZED TANK CONTAINS LIQUID
REFRIGERANT. NEVER OVERFILL STORAGE
TANKS. OVERFILLING OF THE TANK MAY
CAUSE A VIOLENT EXPLOSION AND POSSIBLE
INJURY OR DEATH. DO NOT: Exceed the working
pressure of Recovery Tank cylinder.
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/\ Warning: DO NOT: Exceed the working pres-
sure of each cylinder. Recovery cylinders are
designed for different pressures. Your RG5410A-E
is not supplied with a recovery tank, it requires the
use of tanks with a minimum of 24.1 bar (350 psi)
working pressure and PROMAX strongly recom-
mends the use of 27.6 bar (400 psi) tanks.
NOTE: The use of a 27.6 bar (400 psi) tank is
mandatory when recovering R-410A.
See PROMAX Recovery Tanks under Parts and
| Accessories section on Page 14.
5. Á A scale must be used to avoid overfilling the
storage tank. DO NOT OVERFILL. Tank is full at
80% volume. Tank may explode if filled more than
80% due to liquid expansion.
Use ONLY authorized refillable refrigerant tanks.
NEVER use a standard disposable 13.6 kg (30 Ib.)
tank (the type of container in which virgin refrigerant
is sold) to recover refrigerant.
Read all safety information regarding the safe
handling of refrigerant and refrigerant oil, includ-
ing the Material Safety Data Sheet. MSDS
sheets can be obtained from your refrigerant
supplier.
If you expect temperatures in excess of 57.2°C
(135° F,) bar contact the refrigerant supplier.
Be sure that any room where you are working is
thoroughly ventilated, especially if a leak is sus-
pected. Refrigerant vapor is hazardous to your
health and can cause death.
10. AN Avoid breathing A/C refrigerant and lubrica-
11.
13.
tion vapor or mist. Exposure may irritate eyes,
nose and throat. If accidental system discharge
occurs, ventilate work area before resuming serv-
ice.
/A WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE
* Never operate unit in an explosive environment!
Do not use this equipment in the vicinity of
spilled or open containers of gasoline or any |
other flammable liquid.
* When using an extension cord it should be a
3-wire, 14 AWG minimum and no longer than
7.62 meters (25 feet).
* Use this equipment in locations with mechanical
ventilation that provides at least four air
changes per hour or locate the equipment at
least 0.46 meter (18 inches) above the fioor.
Never use oxygen when testing for leaks. Any
oil in contact with oxygen under pressure will
form an explosive mixture.
A High voltage electricity inside panels.
Risk of electrical shock. Be sure to disconnect
the unit from the power source before servicing it.
To reduce the risk of injury, care should be
taken when moving this equipment.
OPERATING GUIDELINES
À Before operating the RG5410A-E recovery unit,
read the following
1. RG5410A-E IS APPROVED FOR USE WITH THE
FOLLOWING CATEGORY III, IV and V REFRIG-
ERANTS (Per ARI 740):
R-12, R-22, R-134A, R-401A, R-401B, R-401C,
R-402A, R-402-B, R-404A, R-406A, R-407A, R-407-B,
R-407C, R-407D, R-408A, R-409A, R-410A, R-411A,
R-411B, R-412A, R-500, R-502, R-507 and R-509
2. A FILTER must always be used and should
replaced frequently. We recommend that a clean
filter be used for every service job.
Failure to use a filter will invalidate your warranty.
The use of a filter will greatly reduce the risk of
damage to your RG5410A-E, by preventing
foreign material from entering the unit.
3. Each filter should be labeled and used exclusively
for one type of refrigerant only.
4. Always open service and cylinder valves slowly.
This allows rapid control of the flow of gases if
there is any danger. Once it is determined that
there is no danger, the valves can be opened
fully.
5. Always isolate large amounts of refrigerant and
close off valves after use, so if a leak should
develop anywhere in the system, the refrigerant
will not escape.
6. Keep all connections to the refrigeration system
thoroughly dry and clean. If moisture enters the
refrigeration system, it is likely to cause consider-
able damage.
7. \ CAUTION: Use only authorized refillable
refrigerant recovery tanks. Federal regulations
require refrigerant to be transported only in con-
tainers meeting DOT spec. 4BA or 4BW.
NEVER use a standard disposable 30Ib. tank
(the type of container in which virgin refrigerant is
sold) to recover refrigerant.
8. A A scale must be used to avoid overfiling the
storage tank. DO NOT OVERFILL. Tank is full at
80% volume. Tank may explode if filled more than
80% due to liquidexpansion. Below is a represen-
tative sample for R-22 refrigerant:
TANK SIZE MAX NET WEIGHT
13.6 KG (30 Ib.) Tank (24 Ibs.) 10.9 KG
22.7 KG (50 Ib.) Tank (40 Ibs.) 18.1 KG
Note: Promax strongly recommends the use of the
ADS-100 Refrigerant Scale for monitoring tank
capacity.
9. Your RG5410A-E has an Internal Pressure Shut
Off Switch. If the pressure inside the system
should go above 38.5 bars (558 psi), the system
will automatically shut itself off. The shut off
switch must be manually reset. Access to the
shut-off switch is through the hole located in the
lower right front panel.
/\ WARNING: The Internal Pressure Shut Off
Switch does not prevent tank overfill. If your system
shuts off on high pressure and is connected to your
tank, you may have overfilled your tank and created
a very dangerous situation! Take immediate meas-
ures to relieve any high pressure and/or tank overfill.
10. When recovering large amounts of liquid, use the
“Push/Pull method (see diagram on page 13).
/Л\ CAUTION: When using the "Push/Puil* method,
once the "Push/Pull* siphon is started, it can contin-
ue and overfill the storage tank even if the tank is
equipped with a "shut off" float sensor. The siphon
can continue even after the machine is turned off.
You must manually close the valves on the tank and
the unit to prevent overfilling of the recovery tank.
11. Always operate the unit on a flat level surface
12. To achieve the deepest final vacuum, use the
tank cooling method to lower the head pressure
on the recovery tank. (See Pages 13 &14).
Repeat as necessary to achieve the desired vac-
uum level.
OPERATING GUIDELINES - cont.
NOTE: If there is no liquid in the recovery tank, then
the cooling method will not work. In this case, use an
empty tank that has been fully evacuated to achieve
the final vacuum level required.
14. If the tank pressure exceeds 20.7 bar (300 psi),
use the tank cooling procedure to reduce the tank
pressure.
(See Pages 11 & 12)
1. USE of a filter/dryer at the inlet is mandatory. A fil-
ter/dryer must always be used between the recov-
ery machine and the inlet hose.
2. Special care should be taken when recovering
from a "burned-out" system. Use two high acid
capacity filters, in series. (Alco type EK-162-F or
Sporlan type C-162-F are recommended When
you have finished recovering from the system,
flush your RG5410A-E with a small amount of |
clean refrigerant and refrigerant oil to purge off
any foreign substances left in the unit.
3. Always empty refrigerant from the RG5410A-E
into a storage tank; see Self-Purge/Auto Evacuate
CARE AND MAINTENANCE OF YOUR RG5410A-
15. To maximize recovery rates, use the shortest
possible length of 9.5mm (3/8") or larger hose.
A hose no longer than .91 meter (3 feet) is recom-
mended.
16.For maximum throughput, always remove all
unnecessary hose core depressors and the
Schrader valves from port connections.
17.Deformed rubber seals and core depressors in
hoses and faulty or unnecessary Schrader
valves can restrict flow up to 90%.
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procedure on Page 12. Liquid refrigerant left in
the RG5410A-E’s condenser may expand, causing
damage to components.
A Warning! Whenever you perform any type of
maintenance work on your RG5410A-E, insure
that it is disconnected from the power supply
before you begin.
_ If the unit is to be stored or not used for any
length of time, we recommend that it be com-
pletely evacuated of any residual refrigerant and
purged with dry nitrogen.
ADDITIONAL RECOVERY TANK INFORMATION
A Warning: Also read the information pertain-
ing to recovery tanks, previously listed under
Safety Information and Operating Guidelines.
1. CAUTION: NEVER use a standard disposable
13.6 k g (30 Ib.) (the type of container in
which virgin refrigerant is sold) to recover refriger-
ant.
Use ONLY authorized refillable refrigerant tanks.
Federal regulations require refrigerant to be trans
ported only in containers meeting DOT specs.
4BW or 4BA.
24 Warning: DO NOT: Exceed the working pres-
sure of each cylinder. Recovery cylinders are
designed for different pressures. Your RG5410A-E
is not supplied with a recovery tank, it requires the
use of tanks with a minimum of 24.1 bar (350 psi)
working pressure and PROMAX strongly recom--
mends the use of 27.6 bar (400 psi) tanks.
NOTE: The use of a 27.6 bar (400 psi) tank is
mandatory when recovering R-410A.
See PROMAX Recovery Tanks under Parts and
Accessories section on Page 14.
3. Tanks and filters should be designated for one
refrigerant only. Before using a tank previously
used for another refrigerant, completely empty the
tank, evacuate it and purge the tank using dry
nitrogen, and then re-evacuate it.
. Always store refrigerant containers in a cool dry
place.
. Do not mix refrigerants in a system, a tank or any
where else. Each type of refrigerant must have its
own tank, filter, etc.
. Storage cylinders sometimes have valves that are
not properly seated when manufactured. Keeping
caps on these valves will guard against refrigerant
leakage.
. Do not exceed 80% of tank capacity. PROMAX
strongly recommends the use of the Promax ADS-
100 Refrigerant Scale for monitoring tank capacity.
Safety codes recommend that closed tanks not be
filled over 80% of volume with liquid. The remain-
ing 20% is called head pressure room.
. If you expect temperatures in excess of 57.2°C,
(135% F) contact the refrigerant supplier.
/\ NEVER TRANSPORT AN OVERFILLED CYLINDER AA
Refrigerant expands when it gets warm and may cause a tank to explode if overfilled.
STARTING WITH CYLINDER
80% BY VOLUME
STARTING WITH CYLINDER
90% BY VOLUME
PURGING NON-CONDENSABLE GASES
FROM REFRIGERANT TANK
1. Allow the tank to sit undisturbed for 24 hours. This 5. If the pressure reading is higher than the pressure
allows the air to rise to the top. shown on the chart, very slowly (so as not to
cause turbulence inside the tank) crack open the
2. Connect a manifold to the tank and read the vapor port valve. Watch the pressure on the
amount of pressure in the tank by looking at the gauge decrease. To prevent venting, add .27-.34
output pressure gauge. bar(4-5 psi) to the pressure shown on the chart.
when the gauge corresponds to that pressure,
3. Determine the ambient temperature in the room. close the vapor port valve.
4. Refer to a Refrigerant pressure/temperature chart. 6. Allow the tank to sit for 10 minutes and check the
Find the temperature on the chart and look across pressure again.
to the corresponding pressure for the type of
refrigerant in the tank. Determine how that relates 7. Repeat the process again if necessary.
to the reading on the gauge.
HELPFUL HINTS FOR
REFRIGERANT RECOVERY - cont.
This is probably never noticed in charging, because the
pressure opens the grommet, but during recovery (or with
suction) the deformed grommet severely restricts the flow
of refrigerant.
REFRIGERANT RECYCLING
Current regulations state that used refrigerant shall not be
sold, or used in a different owner's equipment, unless the
refrigerant has been laboratory analyzed and found to meet
the requirements of ARI 700 (latest edition). As a result,
recycling and verifying ARI 700 conformance isn't econom-
ically justified in most cases. It's still a great idea to do as
much cleaning of refrigerant going back into the same sys-
tem (or owners system) as possible. We recommend using
the largest, high-acid capacity filter, that are economically
feasible. Put these filters on the suction or inlet side of the
recovery unit. Change filters often.
The recovery of large amounts of liquid refrigerant can
sometimes carry with it large quantities of oil, if the system
being serviced doesn't have an adequate oil separator
installed. If this recovered refrigerant isn't going to be liquid
charged back into the same system, you might want to sep-
arate the refrigerant from the oil in order to measure the oil
(to know how much oil to charge back into the system).
Refrigerant sent back for reclaim does not need to have the
oil removed. One of the simplest and most cost effective
ways to achieve this is to use a 13.6kg or 22.7kg (30 or 50
Ib.) tank in line with your recovery machine. Connect the
system to the liquid port of the tank, then from the vapor
port of the tank connect to the input of your recovery
machine. A second tank, for storing refrigerant, should then
be connected to the output of the recovery machine. If you
encounter large amounts of liquid you will need to put a
band heater around the first tank. When the recovery job is
complete the oil can be removed, from the first tank, by
applying a small amount of pressure, using nitrogen, to one
of the ports and extracting the oil from the other. If you are
going to remove the oil from the vapor port you will need to
turn the tank upside down. Always wear safety glasses
when performing this operation as the oil may be acidic and
could cause severe burning.
KEEPING THE DIRT OUT
During the recovery process your recovery machine can be
exposed to debris that can, potentially, damage it. This
includes brazing spatter and copper/ brass slithers. Further
contamination can be introduced from the refrigerant stor-
age tanks. To prolong the life of your recovery machine,
always use an inline filter at the inlet Port.
Whenever you are charging a system from a recovery cylin-
der it is a good idea to use an in-line filter to protect the sys-
tem from contamination. Again, change your in-line filters
often.
GETTING THE LIQUID OUT
See diagram on page 11 of this manual
Push/pull is a method of removing bulk liquid from a sys-
tem using the pressure differential created by the recovery
machine. Push-pull will generally not work on smaller sys-
tems because there is no bulk liquid reservoir to create a
siphon from.
Push-pull is mostly used on systems with a receiver tank or
those with greater than 9.1kg (20 Ibs.) of refrigerant, or
when transferring from one tank to another. The rate of lig-
uid transfer is very much dependent on hose size, with larg-
er hoses providing much better throughput.
Another trick is to cool the tank, if it's partially filled, prior
to or during recovery. This operation will lower the pressure
in the storage tank and therefore speed up recovery. There
must be a minimum of 2.3kg (5 Ibs) of liquid refrigerant in
the tank you wish to chill. This operation can be performed
prior to or during the recovery. See the two set up diagrams
and procedures on page 11-12 of this manual.
There is nothing magic here, you are simply using your
recovery machine to make a refrigerator where the tank is
the evaporator. By throttling the output valve, you're effec-
tively creating a capillary tube or an expansion device, but
you need to adjust the back pressure to suit the conditions
and the refrigerant. Five to ten minutes of chilling can pro-
duce some very dramatic tank cooling, depending on the
conditions. If there are any non condensables in the tank
this process will not work. The greater the quantity of refrig-
erant in the tank the longer the process will take.
HELPFUL HINTS FOR
REFRIGERANT RECOVERY
Refrigerant recovery has come
ant out of a system and putting it into a tank.
items are overlooked. The following are some
you time and make the process go smoother.
First you need to identify the refrigerant type and quantity in the system you
burnout, you need a special tank (a tank that's identified as containing burnout or other unidentified gases),
(See item #2 on page 4)
need to use extra filtration prior to recovery.
a long way in a few short years. On the surface it's simply the process of taking refriger-
However, this simple process can quickly become problematic if a few
tips and pointers we've accumulated over the last few years that can save
are servicing. If you determine it's a
and you
If, on the other hand, you know the gas in the system is relatively clean or new, then a new tank should be used. If
you're planning on putting the refrigerant back into the same system after you have finished the service or if the refrig-
erant is going to be reclaimed, then use
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA):
your refrigerant purchases - and you only own one
least one tank for every refrigerant type serviced, plus an extra
PLANNING AHEAD
Knowing the quantity of refrigerant is important for plan-
ning storage requirements, as well as planning for the
actual recovery. For instance, any system with more than
5ibs. of refrigerant is likely to have areas where the liquid
can get trapped.
The key to a quick recovery procedure is to get the liquid
out first, and then get the remaining vapor out. However
most systems are not “recovery friendly." That is they
don't have access ports at their lowest points. If some
units you're servicing are on maintenance contracts, you
would save significant time by installing access ports at all
of the lowest points in the system, where liquid is likely to
accumulate.
Since most systems don't have these ports you need to
be prepared to boil off the trapped liquid with a heat gun,
when ever it's found. An indicator of trapped liquid ina
system is frost or condensation forming on the plumbing
or components where the liquid is trapped. The trapped
liquid may be in an area that is not visible. In all cases
“trapped liquid in a system during recovery causes the
recovery process to slow down, regardless of the size or
type of machine (see diagram).
If you are unable to locate the trapped liquid, but you
know it's there, because the recovery job is taking "forev-
er’. Turn on the system compressor (if it's operable) for a
few seconds, this will get the refrigerant moving to anoth-
er part of the system and in the process pick up enough
heat to boil off.
a tank that has the same refrigerant in it. A word of caution about the
If you use a variety of refrigerant gasses in
tank, you are asking for trouble. You would be well advised to own at
your service work - as evidenced by
for burnouts and other unknowns.
Results of Liquid Refrigerant
Trapped in a System
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HOSES AND VALVES
Hoses and Schraeder valves have a large impact on recov-
ery speed. In general, the larger the hose, the less friction
on the flow of refrigerant, the quicker the recovery time.
Many contractors are now using 9.5mm (3/8') lines for
the input to the recovery machine, even those lines origi-
nating out of 6.3mm(1/4") fittings.
Schraeder valves must be removed from the connection
prior to an expedient recovery. Most wholesalers sell a
tool for removing these cores, while keeping the connec-
tion sealed. The core depressor, in the end of the hose,
should also be removed. These two items can turn a 20
minute job into one that goes on for hours. So, be sure to
remove the Schraeder valves and core depressors before
every recovery job. |
Another hose consideration is the little rubber grommet at
the end of the hose that makes a seal with the flare fitting.
We've seen these seals so worn and deformed that when
the hose is connected to the flare fitting the grommet vir-
tually seals off the connection.
SELF PURGING YOUR RG5410A-E
PROCEDURE FOR PURGING REMAINING REFRIGERANT FROM THE RG541 OA-E
1. Close the ports of the system being serviced that 7. Close the ports on the recovery tank and the
are connected to the input port of the RG5410A-E. RG5410A-E. |
2. Close the input port on the RG5410A-E. 8. Turn the RG5410A-E off.
3. Turn off the RG5410A-E. 9. Return the Recover/Purge valve to the Recover
| position.
4. Tum the Recover/Purge valve to the Purge posi- |
tion. | 10.Disconnect and store all hoses.
5. Restart the RG5410A-E. 11. Replace the in-line filter on your RG5410A-E
after every job.
6. Run until desired vacuum is achieved.
SELF PURGE/ AUTO EVACUATE
To change from Recovery mode to Purge follow the steps below:
1. Close the Input port
2. Turn the unit off (to prevent high pressure shutoff).
3. Switch to Purge position.
4. Restart the unit.
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OPERATING YOUR RG5410A-E
. Inspect the RG5410A-E thoroughly to insure that
it is in good operating condition. |
Make sure all connections are correct and tight
(see set-up diagram below).
. Open the liquid port of the recovery cylinder
(always open valves slowly to check hoses and
connections for leaks).
. Make sure the Recover/Purge valve is set on
Recover.
. Open the output port of the RG5410A-E.
. Open the liquid port on your manifold gauge set;
opening the liquid port will remove the liquid from
the system first, greatly reducing the recovery
time. (after the liquid has been removed, open
the manifold vapor port to finish evacuating the
system).
. Connect your RG5410A-E to a 220V outlet.
. Switch the main power switch to the ON position.
You should hear the fan running.
. Press the compressor start switch. This “momen-
tary” switch will start the compressor. It may be
PROCEDURE FOR NORMAL SYSTEM RECOVERY
necessary, under certain circumstances, to press
this switch more than once to start the compres-
sor.
8. Slowly open the input port on the RG5410A-E.
a. If the compressor starts to knock, slowly throttle
back the input valve until the knocking stops.
b. If the input valve was throttled back, it should be
fully opened once the liquid has been removed
from the system (the manifold gauge set vapor
port should also be opened at this time).
9. Run until desired vacuum is achieved.
a. Close the manifold gauge sets vapor and liquid
ports.
b. Close the RG5410A-E input port.
c. Shut off and proceed with the Self Purge
procedure on the next page.
Note: Always purge the RG5410A-E after each
use (see Self Purge procedure on page 10).
Failure to purge the remaining refrigerant from
the RG5410A-E could result in the acidic degradation
of internal components, ultimately causing premature
failure of the unit.
DIAGRAM FOR REFRIGERATION RECOVERY
THIS IS THE FASTEST METHOD FOR RECOVERING VAPOR REFRIGERANT
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Note: Access hole for manual reset of the high pressure shut-off switch is located in the lower
right corner of the front panel.
OPTIONAL RECOVERY/TANK PRE OR SUB
COOLING FOR FIXED HOSE SET-UP
MANIFOLD
GAUGE
SET
LIQUID VAPOR LIQUID
NORMAL RECOVERY:
Tank Vapor valve is closed
TANK PRE OR SUB COOLING:
Tank Vapor valve is open and both manifold gauge set valves are closed.
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refrigerant.
ing of the recovery tank.
1. Put RECOVER/PURGE knob on RECOVER.
2. Open OUTPUT valve.
3. Open INPUT valve
4. When the scale stops rising close all ports.
5. Switch off the machine
DIAGRAM FOR “PUSH/PULL” METHOD
Push/pull method only works with large systems where the liquid is readily accessible. Do not use this
method on systems that contain less than 6.8 kg (15 Ibs.) as it may not work.
The sight glass is used to provide a method of determining the moisture content and quality of a system's
/\ CAUTION: When using the “Push/Pull” method, once the siphon is started, it can continue and overfill
the storage tank even if the tank is equipped with a float level sensor. The siphon can continue even when
the machine is turned off. You must manually close the valves on the tank and the unit to prevent overfill-
LIQUID LIQUID
OPTIONAL MOISTURE
SIGHT GLASS
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A A scale must be used to avoid over filling
the storage tank.
SET-UP DIAGRAM FOR TANK
PRE OR SUB COOLING PROCEDURE
See page 8 of this manual for more information.
1. To start you must have a minimum of 2.3 kg
(5 Ibs.Jof liquid refrigerant in the tank.
2. Put RECOVER/PURGE knob on RECOVER.
3. Start machine.
4. Open INPUT valve to liquid.
5. Throttle the output valve so that the output pres-
sure is 6.9 bar(100 psi) greater than the input pres-
sure, but never more than 20.7 bar (300psi).
6. Run until tank is cold.
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MOTOR ASSEMBLY
NOTE: A filter must always be used. Failure to use a filter will invalidate your warranty.
The use of a filter will greatly reduce the risk of damage to your RG5410A-E by preventing foreign material
from entering the unit.
‘Special consideration for filtration must be given when you know you are servicing a machine that has
“Burned Out.” We recommend the use of two size 162 filter driers, in line, to be used for that job and that job
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RG5410A-E DIAGRAM
RG5410A-E PARTS LIST
ITEM DESCRIPTION PART# [TEM DESCRIPTION PART# ITEM DESCRIPTION PARTE
1 PLASTIC CASE 100134 L&R 10 OUTPUT GAUGE GA0800 19 FLARE CAP NB6501
2 FAN GRILL 100505 11 GAUGE LENS GA1000 20 CORD SET 100222
3 AXIAL FAN EL1818 12 ON/OFF SWITCH EL1310 21 HIGH PRESSURE SW 100339
4 CONDENSER 100978 13 START SWITCH EL1309 22 BACK PLATE 100318
5 MOTOR EL1822 14 BLUE KNOB 100123 23 MANIFOLD 700133
6 COUPLER CP1315 15 RED KNOB 100124 24 FUSE HOLDER 100419
7 BELL HOUSING CP1001 16 BLACK KNOB 100122 25 FUSE - 5x20mm 100406
8 COMPRESSOR CP1320 17 FRONT PANEL 100137 26 COMPRESSOR BRACKET 100208
9 INPUT GAUGE GA1500 18 FILTER 100343 27 HOSE 4” 100345
REPLACEMENT KITS & ACCESSORIES
PART# DESCRIPTION
KT3302 PISTON SEAL REPLACEMENT (middle section of compressor)
KT3303 VALVE REPLACEMENT KIT (top section of compressor)
KT3307 COMPRESSOR REPAIR KIT (all three sections of compressor)
KT3308 SHAFT REPLACEMENT KIT (bottom section of compressor) —
RGT30 30 LB RECOVERY TANK (350 psi working pressure) with capacity sensor
RGT30NS . SAME AS RGT30, WITHOUT SENSOR
RGT50 50 LB RECOVERY TANK (350 psi working pressure) with capacity sensor
RGT50NS SAME AS RGT50, WITHOUT SENSOR |
RGT50HP 50 LB RECOVERY TANK, HIGH PRESSURE (400 psi working pressure) with capacity sensor
ADS-100 REFRIGERANT SCALE, 200LB CAPACITY, WITH REMOVABLE PLATFORM
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PLUG AC
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SWITCH SWITCH CAPACITOR
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FOR UPGRADE BRN 7
TROUBLESHOOTING YOUR RG5410A-E
SAFETY FIRST
Read and understand all safety information contained
in this manual before servicing the unit.
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FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY
MFG #
Promax products are warranted to be free from defects in workmanship and materials for a period of one
year from date of purchase.
THE FOLLOWING RESTRICTIONS APPLY:
1. The warranty applies to products in normal use only, as described in the operating manual. The product
must also be serviced and maintained as described therein.
2. If the product fails, it will be replaced at the option of Advanced Test Products, Inc. (ATP)
3. Warranty service claims are subject to factory inspection for product defect(s). If during the warranty eval-
uation it is determined that a filter has not been used or that the filter was not properly maintained or that
the machine has been used in any way other than the purpose for which it was designed, ATP, reserves
the right to void the warranty.
4. All warranty claims must be made within the warranty period. Proof of purchase must be supplied .
This warranty is non-transferable.
5. Please note that the warranty does not apply if the product or product part is damaged by accident, mis-
use, tampered with or modified in any way.
6. Normal wear items (seals, filters, etc.) are specifically excluded from warranty, unless found by Promax
to be defective.
WARRANTY SERVICE
This warranty is given by ADVANCED TEST PRODUCTS, INC.
Service under this warranty must be obtained by the following steps:
1. Outside the U.S.A. contact your local Promax Distributor.
2. Inside the U.S.A. call 1.800.327.5060 or 954-499-5400
for a return material authorization (RMA) number.
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NOTES:
ADVANCE TEST PRODUCTS
Miramar, FL
www.amprobe.com
Phone: 954-499-5400
Fax: 954-499-5454
Toll Free: (800) 327-5060
Designed & Engineered in the USA
Manufactured in China 100233revA
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