TIM-390-A1 - American Lubrication Equipment

TIM-390-A1 - American Lubrication Equipment
TIM-390-A1
Oil Dispensing Cart
Instruction Manual
Specifications
Inlet Air Pressure
Operation Pressure
Reservoir Capacity
115 PSI Maximum
100 PSI Maximum
23.75 Gallons
TIM-390-INST
CHARGING THE DISPENSER WITH AIR
1.
Regulate the air supply hose that you are using to charge the dispensing
unit to 100 PSI maximum.
2.
Make sure the air shutoff valve (the valve with the blue knob) on the dispensing unit is in the “Closed” position. (see picture 1)
3.
Connect the air supply hose to the air connector on the top of the tank.
4.
Turn the air shutoff valve to the “Open” position (the valve with the blue
knob) (see picture 2)
5.
When the pressure gauge on the dispenser (see picture 3) reaches 100
PSI, turn the air shutoff valve (the valve with the blue knob) on the dispensing unit to the “Closed” position (see picture 1). Do not attempt to overchange the unit with more than 100 PSI.
6.
Remove the air supply hose from the air connector on the top of the tank.
7.
Make sure that the oil shutoff valve (the valve with the red knob) is in the
“Open” position (see picture 4). The oil shutoff valve is for servicing the unit
only, thus it should always be left in the “Open” position.
8.
9.
Open the non-drip tip on the meter (see picture 5). Place the tip of the meter
into a container used for waste oil. Put the trigger on the digital meter to
prime the oil hose and meter. This will bleed off any air in the dispensing
system.
10.
Reset the digital meter to zero.
11.
The unit is now ready for dispensing. When the oil delivery rate falls below
an acceptable level, recharge the air pressure in the unit by repeating steps
1-7 above.
picture 1
picture 2
picture 3
Close the non-drip tip on the meter (see picture 5).
picture 4
picture 5
SERVICING THE DISPENSER
1.
If you have any questions, call American Lubrication Equipment Corporation at 888-252-9300 before you begin to service this unit. Only authorized service centers can perform warranty work on the
units. Any work done by unauthorized service centers will void the warranty.
2.
Make sure that the unit is not connected to an air hose and that the air connector on the unit is not
obstructed before servicing.
3.
Make sure the unit is not pressurized. Turn the air shutoff valve (the valve with the red knob) to the “Open” position (see picture 2) to bleed off any pressure inside the unit. Be careful not to place your eyes or anything else in the way of the air connector while draining the air pressure. The air gauge must read “0” before attempting to remove the fill cap.
4.
Remove the top fill cap from the unit.
5.
It is now safe to perform service work on the unit.
MOBILE OIL DISPENSE UNIT OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
This unit allows for oil dispense directly from the pressurized container through a digital meter at approximately 8 quarts per minute. The unit uses are pressure to dispense oils. The dispenser holds 23 gallons and is
refillable through the top fill cap. The unit incorporates a sight gauge that allows the user to monitor the oil
capacity. A safety pop-off valve is standard on the unit.
WARNINGS
The unit is pressurized with approximately 100 PSI. Do not attempt to remove the fill cap or service the dispenser when the unit is pressurized. The units’ air gauge must read “0” before attempting to remove the fill
cap.
Do not overcharge the unit. 100 PSI is the maximum working pressure. Overcharging the unit can result in
serious injury.
Do not attempt to alter, obstruct or remove the calibrated safety pop-off valve. It is factory preset and cannot be adjusted. If the valve becomes damaged, discontinue using the unit and call for service immediately.
Failure to do so could cause serious injury.
Do not run the unit dry. The digital meter will read air coming through the dispense hose. Consistently monitor the oil level via the sight gauge located on the side of the unit.
It is important that the unit is filled with the air from an air system that is free of contamination. It is strongly
recommended that the air source has a drop-leg water trap.
FILLING THE DISPENSER WITH OIL
1.
Make sure that the unit is not connected to an air supply source and that the air connector on the unit is not obstructed.
2.
Make sure the unit is not pressurized. Turn the air shutoff valve (the valve with the red knob) to the “Open” position (see picture 2) to bleed off any pressure inside the unit. Do not place your eyes or anything else in the way of the air connector when the air pressure is draining. The units’ air gauge must read “0” before attempting to remove the fill cap.
3.
Remove the top fill cap from the unit.
4.
Utilizing the funnel supplied, fill the unit to the point where the side mounted sight gauge is completely filled with oil.
5.
Replace the fill cap tightly.
Diagram 1
Oil Fill Funnel
Sight Gauge
Diagram 2
Air Shut-off
Valve
Oil Shut-off
Valve
Air Filter
Safety Pop-off
Valve
Air Connector
Fill Cap
Air Gauge
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