Universal 44XR Cat. No. 224-44XR Sample - Air

Universal 44XR Cat. No. 224-44XR Sample - Air

Operating Instructions

Universal Sample Pump

Cat. No. 224-44XR

SKC Inc.

863 Valley View Road

Eighty Four, PA 15330

Form 37711 Rev 1303

Table of Contents

Description ...........................................................................................1

Performance Pro fi le ......................................................................2

Operation ..............................................................................................5

High Flow Applications .................................................................5

Low Flow Single-tube Applications ...............................................9

Low Flow Multiple-tube Applications ..........................................12

Maintenance .......................................................................................15

Pump Inlet Filter .........................................................................15

Battery Pack Care ......................................................................15

Installing the Battery Pack ..........................................................16

Replacing the Battery Pack ........................................................16

Pump Service .............................................................................17

Parts Descriptions .............................................................................18

Replacement Parts ............................................................................20

Optional Accessories ........................................................................22

Warranty .............................................................................................23

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Indicates a reminder or note

Description

The 44XR Universal Sample Pump is a constant fl ow air sampler suitable for a broad range of applications. It is ideal for industrial hygiene studies as well as environmental testing.

Rechargeable Battery

Durable RFI-shielded Case

provides protection from radio frequency interference between 27 and 1000 MHz.

Air Discharge Port

(beneath cap screw)

Low Flow Regulator Screw

(beneath cap screw)

allows pump to be switched from high to low fl ow.

Built-in Particulate Trap

in see-through housing protects pump.

Tamper-resistant Cover

prevents changes to settings.

On/Off

Switch

Recessed Flow Adjustment

adjusts fl ow rate between

1000 and 5000 ml/min.

Accessory Mounting Screws

allow sampling accessories such as impinger holders to be secured to pump.

Built-in Rotameter

provides a visible check of relative fl ow rate during sampling from 0.5 to 5 L/min.

44XR Universal Sample Pump

1

Performance Pro

fi

le

Flow Range:

1000 to 5000 ml/min (UL Listed)

(5 to 500 ml/min requires adjustable low fl ow holder)

Weight:

Dimensions:

34 oz (964 gm)

5.1

x 4.7

x 1.9 in

(13 x 11.9 x 4.8 cm)

Compensation Range:

1000 to 2500 ml/min at 40 inches water back pressure

3000 ml/min at 35 inches water back pressure

4000 ml/min at 20 inches water back pressure

5000 ml/min at 10 inches water back pressure

Typical Back Pressure of Sampling Media (

inches water

)

Flow Rate (L/min)

Filter/Pore Size ( μ m)

25-mm MCE, 0.8

25-mm MCE, 0.45

37-mm MCE, 0.8

37-mm PVC, 5.0

1.0

6

14

2

1

1.5

9

22

3

1

2.0

12

28

4

2

2.5

15

35

5

2

3.0

18

40

6

2.5

Compare the information in this table to pump compensation range to determine appropriate applications.

Flow Control:

Holds constant fl ow to ± 5% of the set point

Run Time: NiCad Battery:

8 hrs minimum at 4000 ml/min and

20 inches water back pressure; dependent on media used.

See Table 1 on page 4.

Battery:

12 hrs minimum at 4000 ml/min and

20 inches water back pressure; dependent on media used.

See Table 2 on page 4.

Eliminator:

Pump provides extended runs.

Flow Indicator:

Power Supply:

Built-in rotameter with 250-ml division; scale marked at 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 L/min

6.0-V plug-in NiMH battery pack,

rechargeable,

3.5-Ah capacity or

6.0-V plug-in NiCad battery pack,

rechargeable, 2.0-Ah capacity

A

battery eliminator

is available (

see Optional

Accessories

); use voids the UL Listing for intrinsic safety.

6 to 8.5 hrs with PowerFlex charger

Charging Time:

(varies with capacity and level of discharge)

Intrinsic Safety:

UL Listed for: Class I, Division 1 and 2, Groups A, B,

C, D; Class II, Division 1 and 2, Groups E, F, G; and

Class III, Temperature Code T3C

ATEX-approved models available. Contact SKC.

MSHA-approved models available. Contact SKC.

2

Operating Temperature:

32 to 113 F (0 to 45 C)

Storage Temperature:

-4 to 113 F (-20 to 45 C)

Charging Temperature:

50 to 113 F (10 to 45 C)

Operating Humidity:

0 to 95% non-condensing

Protect sample pump from weather when in use outdoors.

Multiple-tube Sampling:

Built-in constant pressure regulator allows user to take up to four simultaneous tube samples at fl ow rates up to 500 ml/min each using optional adjustable low fl ow holder.

RFI/EMI Shielding:

Tubing:

Complies with requirements of EN 55022, FCC Part 15

Class B, EN 50082-1; frequency range of the radiated susceptibility test was 27 to 1000 MHz.

Requires 1/4-inch ID tubing

CE marked

UL Listed

ATEX-approved models available

MSHA-approved models available

3

Table 1. Pump Run Time in Hours with NiCad Battery

Following are typical run times achieved when using a fully charged nickelcadmium (NiCad) battery pack. Data is sorted by type of sample media. All run times are listed in hours. Results obtained using a new pump and new fully charged battery. Pump performance may vary.

Mixed Cellulose (MCE) fi lter, 0.8μ m pore size

Flow Rate (L/min)

2.0

2.5

3.0

3.5

4.0

4.5

37 mm

24.1

21.4

19.1

17.8

15.4

14.6

Filter Diameter

25 mm

16.3

14.5

**

**

11.0

10.7

Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) fi lter, 5.0μ m pore size

Flow Rate (L/min)

2.0

2.5

3.0

3.5

4.0

4.5

37 mm

31.6

27.7

27.0

22.8

19.4

19.0

Filter Diameter

25 mm

21.7

24.0

18.6

16.4

16.2

14.6

** Filter back pressure exceeded pump capability during testing.

Note:

Increases in back pressure during sampling due to buildup of sample on the fi lter can decrease ba tt ery life.

Table 2. Pump Run Time in Hours with NiMH Battery

Following are typical run times achieved when using a fully charged nickel-metal hydride (NiMH) battery pack. Data is sorted by type of sample media. All run times are listed in hours. Results obtained using a new pump and new fully charged battery. Pump performance may vary.

Mixed Cellulose (MCE) fi lter, 0.8μ m pore size

Flow Rate (L/min)

2.0

2.5

3.0

3.5

4.0

4.5

37 mm

37

34

31

29

25

20

Filter Diameter

25 mm

33

26

21

18

15

14

2.5

3.0

3.5

4.0

4.5

Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) fi lter, 5.0μ m pore size

Filter Diameter

Flow Rate (L/min)

2.0

37 mm

47

38

35

26

22

21

27

25

23

25 mm

41

33

30

Note:

Increases in back pressure during sampling due to buildup of sample on the fi lter can decrease ba tt ery life.

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1

Operation

High Flow Applications (1000 to 5000 ml/min)

5

6

AIRCHEK

SAMPLER

LISTED 124U

4 Flow adjustment screw

5 Accessory mounting screws (2)

5

4

3

2

1

FLOW

ON

ADJ

AIRCHEK SAMPLER

MODEL 224-44XR

4

FRONT

11 Cap screw to regulator

12 Cap screw to air discharge port

13 Battery pack screws (2)

15 Charging jack

13

11

1

BACK

TOP

12

15

13

Figure 1

Front, back, and top views of 44XR Sampler

For additional drawings, see pages 19-21.

Setup

Install battery (

see Installing the Battery Pack on page

16

). For optimum charge, ensure pump is

not

running.

Charge the battery by connecting the charger plug to the sampler charging jack (Figure 1, #15). Ensure that the battery is fully charged before sampling.

A ft er charging the ba tt ery pack, it is good practice to run the pump for approximately fi ve minutes before calibrating. This ensures the battery is in more steady-state conditions and improves the agreement in pre and post-sampling calibrations.

Charger and battery pack connected

Do not charge or operate pump from charger in hazardous locations.

Use only SKC-approved charger designated for this model to ensure reliable performance. Failure to do so voids any warranty.

Ensure proper orientation of charging cable before plugging it into the charging jack. Improper orientation/contact will short-circuit the battery and voids any warranty.

Short-circuiting the battery pack will render it immediately inoperative.

Failure to follow warnings and cautions voids any warranty.

The battery pack may be kept on the SKC-approved charger for an inde fi nite time.

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2

Deactivating the Regulator

To ensure the pump is set for high fl ow, remove the cap screw (Figure 1, #11) covering the regulator valve and turn the exposed screw clockwise until it stops. (Do not overtighten.)

Replace the cap screw. The pump is now set for high fl ow.

For high fl ow, turn valve screw clockwise.

3

Setting or Verifying Flow Rate

Ensure pump has run for fi ve minutes before proceeding with calibration.

Before use, allow pump to equilibrate after moving it from one temperature extreme to another.

Sampling medium

Using 1/4-inch Tygon ® tubing, connect the sampling medium to the pump intake

(Figure 1, #6).

Flow adjustment screw

Connect a calibrator to the intake of the sampling medium.

On/Off switch

Calibrator

Tubing

Calibration train with fi lter cassette

Remove the tamper-resistant cover. Start the pump using the on/off switch (Figure 1, #1), and set the fl ow rate using the fl ow adjustment screw (Figure 1, #4).

When the fl ow rate is set, turn off the pump and disconnect the calibrator.

Replace the sampling medium used for calibration with an unexposed medium for sample collection.

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4

Sampling

For personal sampling, clip the sample collection medium to the worker in the breathing zone.

Before use, allow pump to equilibrate after moving it from one temperature extreme to another.

Protect sample pump from weather when in use outdoors.

Use of any device other than the approved battery pack to power the pump voids the UL

Listing for intrinsic safety and any warranty.

Start the sampling period by turning on the pump using the on/off switch

(Figure 1, #1), and record the start time.

Clip sampling medium to worker and pump to belt.

At the end of the sampling period, turn off the pump and record the stop time.

Sampling with Impingers

When using impingers, place an inline trap between the pump and the impinger to protect the sampler from liquid or vapors. The impinger and trap can be mounted to the sampler using the accessory mounting screws (Figure

1, #5) or placed in a holster at the worker’s waist.

Failure to use the impinger trap voids any warranty.

Impinger holder on pump with impinger and trap

Protect sample pump from weather when in use outdoors.

Use of any device other than the approved battery pack to power the pump voids the UL Listing for intrinsic safety and any warranty.

continued on page 8

7

4

cont’d

Pressure Applications (Bag Sampling)

When using the pump for pressure applications, such as bag sampling, thread the exhaust port fi tting supplied with the pump into the air discharge port on top of the pump (Figure 1, #12); hand tighten only. Using PTFE tubing, connect the inlet of the sample medium

(e.g., sample bag) to the exhaust port fi tting on the pump. Turn on the pump to collect the appropriate volume of air.

Shut off pump and close inlet on sample medium to stop sampling.

Thread exhaust port fi tting into air discharge port on pump.

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1

Low Flow Applications (5 to 500 ml/min)

Using Single Adjustable Low Flow Holder

5

6

AIRCHEK

SAMPLER

LISTED 124U

4 Flow adjustment screw

5 Accessory mounting screws (2)

AIRCHEK SAMPLER

MODEL 224-44XR

5

4

3

2

1

FLOW

ADJ

ON

4

FRONT

11 Cap screw to regulator

12 Cap screw to air discharge port

13 Battery pack screws (2)

15 Charging jack

13

11

BACK

TOP

12

15

13

Figure 2

Front, back, and top views of 44XR Sampler

For additional drawings, see pages 19-21.

Setup

Install battery (

see Installing the Battery Pack on page 16

). For optimum charge, ensure pump is

not

running. Charge the battery by connecting the charger plug to the sampler charging jack (Figure 2,

#15). Ensure that the battery is fully charged before sampling.

A ft er charging the ba tt ery pack, it is good practice to run the pump for approximately fi ve minutes before calibrating. This ensures the ba tt ery is in more steady-state conditions and improves the agreement in pre and post-sampling calibrations.

Charger and battery pack connected

Do not charge or operate pump from charger in hazardous locations.

Use only SKC-approved charger designated for this model to ensure reliable performance. Failure to do so voids any warranty.

Ensure proper orientation of charging cable before plugging it into the charging jack. Improper orientation/contact will short-circuit the battery and voids any warranty.

Short-circuiting the battery pack will render it immediately inoperative.

Failure to follow warnings and cautions voids any warranty.

The battery pack may be kept on the SKC-approved charger for an inde fi nite time.

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2

Activating the Regulator

Remove the tamper-resistant cover.

Start the pump using the on/off switch (Figure 2, #1), and adjust the fl ow rate using the fl ow adjustment screw (Figure 2, #4) until the builtin rotameter reads approximately

1.5 L/min.

Remove the cap screw covering the regulator valve (Figure 2, #11) and turn the exposed screw four to fi ve turns counterclockwise.

For low fl ow, turn valve screw counterclockwise.

Replace the cap screw. The pump is now set for low fl ow.

3

Setting or Verifying Flow Rate

Ensure pump has run for fi ve minutes before proceeding with calibration.

Before use, allow pump to equilibrate after moving it from one temperature extreme to another.

1 Flow adjust screw

2 Rubber sleeve

3 Sorbent tube

Connect a single adjustable low fl ow holder (Figure 3) to the pump intake (Figure

2, #6) using 1/4-inch Tygon tubing.

Insert an opened sorbent tube

(Figure 3, #3) into the rubber sleeve (Figure 3, #2) of the low fl ow holder with the arrow on the tube pointing toward the holder.

Figure 3

Single Adjustable

Low Flow Holder with sample tube

Connect a calibrator to the exposed end of the sorbent tube.

continued on page 10

Calibration train with tube in low fl ow holder

10

3

cont’d

Loosen the brass fl ow adjust screw (Figure

3, #1) on the low fl ow holder. Activate the pump by using the on/off switch (Figure

2, #1). Adjust the fl ow rate by turning the fl ow adjust screw (Figure 3, #1) on the holder until the calibrator indicates the desired fl ow.

Turn screw to adjust fl ow.

Do not adjust the fl ow on the pump.

Adjust the fl ow only by using the fl ow adjust screw on the low fl ow holder.

Flow adjust screw

Turn off the pump and disconnect the calibrator.

Replace the sorbent tube used for setting the fl ow with a new unexposed sorbent tube for sample collection.

Place the appropriate size tube cover over the tube, and screw it into place on the low fl ow holder.

4

Sampling

For personal sampling, clip the low fl ow holder to the worker in the breathing zone.

Before use, allow pump to equilibrate after moving it from one temperature extreme to another.

Protect sample pump from weather when in use outdoors.

Use of any device other than the approved battery pack to power the pump voids the UL Listing for intrinsic safety and any warranty.

Clip holder to worker and pump to belt.

Start the sampling period by turning on the pump using the on/off switch (Figure 2, #1), and record the start time.

At the end of the sampling period, turn off the pump and record the stop time.

To return to high fl ow, remove the low fl ow holder and deactivate the regulator.

See page 6.

11

Low Flow Applications (5 to 500 ml/min)

Using Multiple-tube Adjustable Low Flow Holder

Top view of fl ow adjust screws

1 Anti-tamper cover

2 Flow adjust screws

3 Rubber sleeve

4 Sorbent sample tube

5 Protective cover

Figure 4

Quad Adjustable Low Flow Holder

1

Setup

For a diagram of the pump, see Figure 2, page 9.

Install battery (see Installing the Battery Pack on page 16). For optimum charge, ensure pump is

not

running. Charge the battery by connecting the charger plug to the sampler charging jack (Figure 2,

#15). Ensure that the battery is fully charged before sampling.

Charger and battery pack connected

A ft er charging the ba tt ery pack, it is good practice to run the pump for approximately fi ve minutes before calibrating. This ensures the ba tt ery is in more steady-state conditions and improves the agreement in pre and post-sampling calibrations.

Do not charge or operate pump from charger in hazardous locations.

Use only SKC-approved charger designated for this model to ensure reliable performance. Failure to do so voids any warranty.

Ensure proper orientation of charging cable before plugging it into the charging jack. Improper orientation/contact will short-circuit the battery and voids any warranty.

Short-circuiting the battery pack will render it immediately inoperative.

Failure to follow warnings and cautions voids any warranty.

The battery pack may be kept on the SKC-approved charger for an inde fi nite time.

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2

Setting or Verifying Flow Rate

Note:

When performing multiple-tube sampling using an adjustable low fl ow holder (dual, tri, or quad), ensure the regulator has been activated and the pump flow rate is set at 1.5 L/min.

The maximum fl ow rate through any one tube is 500 ml/min*.

Calculate the sum of all tube fl ow rates. If the sum is ≤ 1000 ml/ min, proceed with calibration and sampling without any further adjustment to pump fl ow rate. If the sum is > 1000 ml/min, set the pump fl ow rate 15% higher than the sum of tube fl ow rates.

* Back pressure across some sample tubes can be higher than average. In these instances, the maximum fl

Before use, allow pump to equilibrate after moving it from one temperature extreme to another.

Ensure pump has run for fi ve minutes before proceeding with calibration.

Ensure the pump is set for low fl ow (

see Activating the Regulator, page 10

).

Connect the adjustable low fl ow holder (Figure 4, page 12) to the pump intake (Figure 2, #6 on page 9) using 1/4-inch Tygon tubing.

Insert an opened sorbent tube into each rubber sleeve of the low fl ow holder (Figure 4, #3 and 4) with the arrow on the tube pointing toward the holder.

If sampling with fewer tubes than number of ports, insert unopened sorbent tubes in the empty ports to seal them.

Connect holder to pump intake and tube inlet to calibrator.

Note the fl ow rates speci fi ed by each sampling method and add them together. If the sum is ≤ 1000 ml/min, proceed to the next step. If the sum is > 1000 ml/min, multiply the total tube fl ow rate by 1.15 and set the pump for that fl ow rate.

Connect the exposed end of a sorbent tube to an external calibrator.

Remove the tamper-resistant cover from the face of the pump. Start the pump using the on/off switch (Figure 2, #1). Turn the brass fl ow adjust screw (Figure 4, #2) for the appropriate port of the low fl ow holder until the desired fl ow rate is achieved. Turn clockwise to decrease the fl ow.

continued on page 14

13

2

cont’d

Do not adjust the fl ow on the pump. Adjust the fl ow only by using the fl ow adjust screw on the low fl ow holder.

Do not exceed 500 ml/min fl ow rate per tube.

Remove the calibrator from the tube and connect to the exposed end of the next sorbent tube. Repeat the fl ow adjustment process until all tubes are fl ow calibrated. Changing the fl ow on one tube will not affect the fl ow rate through the remaining tubes.

Screw

Screw

Figure 5

Cut-away of Tri/Quad Low

Flow Holder

For tri and quad models, fi rst rotate each anti-tamper cover (Figures

4 [

on page 12

] and 5) to expose the fl ow adjust screws, then adjust the appropriate screw until the calibrator indicates the desired fl ow.

When the fl ow rate is set for each tube, turn off the pump and disconnect the calibrator.

Replace the sampling media used for calibration with unexposed media for sample collection. Use protective tube covers to prevent tube breakage.

If sampling with fewer tubes than number of ports, insert unopened sorbent tubes in the empty ports to seal them.

3

Sampling

Before use, allow pump to equilibrate after moving it from one temperature extreme to another.

Protect sample pump from weather when in use outdoors.

Use of any device other than the approved battery pack to power the pump voids the UL

Listing for intrinsic safety and any warranty.

For personal sampling, clip the low fl ow holder to the worker in the breathing zone.

Start the sampling period by turning on the pump using the on/off switch (Figure 2, #1), and record the start time.

Clip holder to worker and pump to belt.

At the end of the sampling period, turn off the pump and record the stop time.

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Maintenance

Pump Inlet Filter

The 44XR Sampler is fi tted with a fi lter/trap inside a clear plastic intake port housing. This prevents particles from being drawn into the pump mechanism. The fi lter should be visually checked to assure that it does not become clogged. If maintenance is necessary, follow this procedure:

1. Clean dust and debris from around the fi lter housing.

2. Remove the four screws and the front fi lter

housing.

3. Remove and discard the fi lter membrane.

4. Remove O-ring.

5. Clean the fi lter housing.

6. Insert O-ring* and a new fi lter membrane.

(

See Replacement Parts on pages 20-21

)

7. Reattach the front fi lter housing and

cross-tighten the four screws.

* Replace with new O-ring only as needed.

Close-up of inlet fi lter housing

Intake

O-ring

Filter membrane

Screw (4)

Battery Pack Care

For proper maintenance of battery packs, SKC offers chargers (

see Optional

Accessories on page 22

) that condition the battery for optimum performance in 6 to 8.5 hours. For optimum charge, ensure pump is

not

running during charging. Follow charger instructions.

Fully charge packs before use. For more information on SKC pump batteries, visit http://www.skcinc.com/instructions/1756.pdf.

To comply with intrinsic safety regulations, battery packs should not be charged in hazardous locations.

Using a non-approved charger voids any warranty.

Use of a repaired or rebuilt battery pack voids any warranty and the UL Listing for intrinsic safety.

Ensure proper orientation of charging cable before plugging it into the charging jack. Improper orientation/contact will short-circuit the battery and voids any warranty.

Short-circuiting the battery pack will render it immediately inoperative.

Use of any device other than the approved battery pack to power the pump voids the UL Listing for intrinsic safety and any warranty.

Failure to follow warnings and cautions voids any warranty.

The battery pack may be kept on the SKC-approved charger for an inde fi nite time.

15

Installing the Battery Pack

Note:

To enhance ba tt ery life, SKC ships ba tt ery packs separate from the pump.

Once installed, completely charge ba tt

1. Loosen the two case screws above and below the belt clip.

2. Slip the front edge of the battery pack under the belt clip and position battery pack to engage the grooves in the case.

3. Slide battery pack toward the pump until it is fl ush with the pump case on all sides.

4. Install two battery screws and tighten the case screws loosened in

Step 1.

5. Charge battery completely. For optimum charge, ensure pump is not running during charging.

Replacing the Battery Pack

Note:

To enhance ba tt ery life, SKC ships ba tt ery packs separate from the pump.

Once installed, completely charge ba tt

1. Remove the two screws that secure the battery pack and loosen the two case screws above and below the belt clip.

2. Carefully slide battery pack out from under the belt clip. Ensure that the battery is kept level.

3. Slip the front edge of the new battery pack under the belt clip and position battery pack to engage the grooves in the case.

4. Slide the battery pack toward the pump until it is fl ush with the pump case on all sides.

5. Reinstall battery screws and tighten the case screws.

Case screw

(not shown)

Ba tt ery pack screws

Belt clip

Back of pump with battery pack sliding out

Case screw

Ba tt ery connector Case grooves

Important Cautions/Warnings on next page

16

Use of a repaired or rebuilt battery pack voids any warranty and the UL Listing for intrinsic safety.

Do not charge or operate the pump with charger in hazardous locations!

Use only SKC-approved charger and battery pack designed for the

Universal Sample Pump to ensure reliable performance. Failure to do so voids any warranty and UL Listing for intrinsic safety.

Use of any device other than the approved battery pack to power the pump voids the UL Listing for intrinsic safety and any warranty.

The battery pack may be kept on the SKC-approved charger for an inde fi nite time.

For more information on SKC pump batteries, visit http://www.skcinc.com/instructions/1756.pdf.

Pump Service

Pumps under warranty should be sent to SKC Inc. for servicing (

see

Limited Warranty and Return Policy on page 23

).

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Parts Descriptions

Use only SKC-approved parts to ensure reliable performance. Failure to do so voids any warranty and UL Listing for intrinsic safety.

.

See page 19 for drawing.

No. Description

1

On/Off

2

Tamper-resistant

protects controls from accidental contact or tampering.

3

Cover

fastens tamper-resistant cover.

4

Flow adjustment control

5

Accessory mounting screws (2)

secure accessories such as impinger and trap holders.

6

Intake (pump housing),

air intake port and trap

7

Filter housing screws (4)

secure fi lter housing.

8

Filter O-ring -

leak seal for fi lter in housing

9

Filter fi ber polyester)

prevents particles from entering pump.

10

Built-in

monitors fl ow changes.

11

Cap

accesses regulator.

12

Cap

accesses air discharge port.

13

Battery pack screws (2)

secure pack to pump.

14

Battery pack assembly

provides power to pump.

15

Charging

connector for battery charger

16

Belt

secures pump to worker’s belt.

A

Compensation Pot A

adjusts pump compensation, which is factory set.

Access screw guards against accidental contact or tampering.

B

Compensation Pot B

adjusts pump compensation, which is factory set. Access screw guards against accidental contact or tampering.

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224-44XR Sample Pump

See page 18 for parts listing.

19

12

Replacement Parts

See drawings on page 21.

Pump Case Parts

P21411

P21661MH

P21661

P22417BC

P22433Q

P22433R

P22433RS1

P2243001

P22417C

Case Parts, excluding Battery Case

Battery Pack Assembly, NiMH

Battery Pack Assembly, NiCad

Belt Clip with screws

Control Board

Cap Screws, set of 2

Replacement Stack - does not include fl owmeter and fi lter housing assemblies or motor

Battery Connector, pk/10

Exhaust Port Fitting

Pump Stack Parts

P22417D

P22417F

P22417G

Filter Housing Assembly

Valve Plate Assembly

Pump Body

P22417J

P22417K

P22417W

P22433L

Regulator Assembly

Pulsation Dampener Assembly (2)

Bottom Plate Assembly

Flowmeter Assembly

Parts not indicated in illustration

P21251 Half Stack, includes pump body, valve plates, diaphragm/yoke,

P2243201

P22433C

Charging Jack, pk/5

Tamper-resistant Cover

Replacement Filters

P22409 Replacement Filter Kit, 3 fi

P2240901 Filters only, pk/10

20

See page 20 for replacement parts listing.

P22417C

P22433R

P22433Q

P21411

P22433RS1

(does not include fl owmeter and fi lter housing assemblies or motor)

P21411

P2243001

Pump Case Parts

P22417BC

P21661MH or P21661

P22433L

P22417J

P22417K

P22417D

P22433RS1

(does not include fl owmeter and fi lter housing assemblies or motor)

P22417F

P22417G

P22417HC

P22417W

Pump Stack (Part #P22433RS1) Exploded

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Optional Accessories

Defender Primary Standard Calibrator,

50 to

5000 ml/min, includes lead-acid battery, charger

(100-240 V), software, and 1-m serial cable

717-510M

Adjustable Low Flow Holders

Single Holder

Dual Holder

Tri Holder

Quad Holder

Protective Sample Tube Covers

A,

B,

C,

D,

70 mm, standard charcoal

110 mm, large charcoal

150 mm

220 mm

224-26-01

224-26-02

224-26-03

224-26-04

Battery Maintenance

PowerF lex Charging System for SKC Personal Pumps

5-station,

100-240 V

223-1000

Single,

100-240 V

PowerFlex Pump Cable,

for Universal XR models

PowerFlex Pump Cable,

223-2000

223-1002

for Universal XR MSHA models

Replacement Battery Pack,

NiMH for XR models

Replacement Battery Pack,

223-1003

P21661MH

NiCad for XR models

Battery Eliminato r,*

connects pump to line power for extended sampling

P21661

115 V

223-325

230 V

223-325B

Pump Accessories

Screwdriver Set,

included with pump

Protective Nylon Pouch,

with belt and shoulder strap

Black

Red

224-29A

224-29B

224-29C

224-29D

224-11

224-87

224-95A

* Not UL Listed for intrinsic safety

Protective

Nylon Pouch

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SKC Limited Warranty and Return Policy

SKC products are subject to the SKC Limited Warranty and Return Policy, which provides SKC’s sole liability and the buyer’s exclusive remedy. To view the complete SKC Limited Warranty and Return Policy, go to h tt p://www.skcinc.

com/warranty.asp.

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