80 Litre Suction Oil Drainer - SIP Industrial Products Ltd

80 Litre Suction Oil Drainer - SIP Industrial Products Ltd
80 Litre Suction Oil Drainer
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FOR HELP OR ADVICE ON THIS PRODUCT PLEASE CONTACT YOUR DISTRIBUTOR,
OR SIP DIRECTLY ON:
TEL: 01509500400
EMAIL: sales@sip-group.com or technical@sip-group.com
www.sip-group.com
Ref: 150416
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With Inspection Chamber
03722
Please read and fully understand the instructions in this manual
before operation. Keep this manual safe for future reference.
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Declaration of Conformity
We
SIP (Industrial Products) Ltd
Gelders Hall Road
Shepshed
Loughborough
Leicestershire
LE12 9NH
England
As the manufacturer's authorised representative within the EC
declare that the
80Ltr Mobile Oil Drainer & Suction with Inspection Chamber - SIP Part No. 03722
Conforms to the requirements of the following directive/s, as indicated.
2006/42/EC
Machinery Directive
And The Relevant Harmonised Standard/s, including
EN 121000:2010
Signed: …………………………………...
Mr P. Ippaso - Managing Director - SIP (Industrial Products) Ltd
Date: 28/12/2015.
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NOTES
CONTENTS
Page No.
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Description
4.
Safety Symbols Used Throughout This Manual
4.
Safety Instructions
6.
Guarantee
6.
Contents & Accessories
6.
Technical Specifications
7.
Getting to Know Your Oil Drainer
8.
Assembly Instructions
8.
Operating Instructions
13.
Maintenance
13.
Troubleshooting
14.
Exploded Drawing
15.
Parts List
19.
Declaration of Conformity
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SAFETY SYMBOLS USED THROUGHOUT THIS MANUAL
NOTES
Danger / Caution: Indicates risk of personal injury and/or the possibility of
damage.
Note: Supplementary information.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT: Please read the following instructions carefully, failure to do
so could lead to serious personal injury and / or damage to the Oil
Drainer.
When using your oil drainer, basic safety precautions should always be followed to
reduce the risk of personal injury and / or damage to the oil drainer.
Read all of these instructions before operating the oil drainer and save this user manual for future reference.
The oil drainer should not be modified or used for any application other than that for
which it was designed.
The oil drainer was designed for the removal of oil from engines, gearboxes and similar.
If you are unsure of its relative applications do not hesitate to contact us and we will
be more than happy to advise you.
Before operating the oil drainer always check no parts are broken, that no oil is leaking
and that no parts are missing.
Always operate the oil drainer safely and correctly.
KNOW YOUR OIL DRAINER: Read and understand the owner's manual and labels affixed to the oil drainer. Learn its applications and limitations, as well as the potential
hazards specific to it.
KEEP CHILDREN AND UNTRAINED PERSONNEL AWAY FROM THE WORK AREA: All visitors
should be kept at a safe distance from the work area; never allow untrained persons
to operate the oil drainer.
STAY ALERT: Always watch what you are doing and use common sense.
NEVER LEAVE THE OIL DRAINER UNATTENDED: When in use / under a engine or gearbox.
HAVE YOUR OIL DRAINER REPAIRED BY A QUALIFIED PERSON: The oil drainer is in accordance with the relevant safety requirements. Repairs should only be carried out by
qualified persons using original spare parts, otherwise this may result in considerable
danger to the user and void the warranty.
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PARTS LIST….cont
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS….cont
Ref. No.
Description
SIP Part No.
Ref. No.
Description
SIP Part No.
32HC-1404
O-ring
HY02-00357
32HC-2101
Seat
HY02-00286
32HC-1501
Vacuum gauge
HY02-00358
32HC-2102
O-ring
HY02-00287
32HC-1502
Connector
HY02-00359
32HC-2103
O-ring
HY02-00288
32HC-1503
Bolt
HY02-00360
32HC-2104
Brake sleeve
HY02-00289
32HC-1504
O-ring
HY02-00361
32HC-2105
Height adjustment pole
HY02-00370
32HC-1505
Rubber gasket
HY02-00362
32HC-2106
Upper valve
HY02-00291
32HC-1506
Metallic gasket
HY02-00363
32HC-2107
Knob
HY02-00292
32HC-1601
Modular cylinder
HY02-00364
32HC-2201
Extraction tube holder
HY02-00319
32HC-1602
Seal ring
HY02-00365
32HC-2202
Oil cup
HY02-00320
32HC-1701
Extraction hose
HY02-00315
32HC-2301
32HC-1702
Extraction nozzle
HY02-00316
32HC-2302
32HC-1703
Extraction gun valve
HY02-00317
32HC-2303
32HC-1704
O-ring
HY02-00318
32HC-2304
32HC-1801
Oil hose
HY02-00278
32HC-2305
32HC-1802
Discharge nozzle
HY02-00279
32HC-2306
32HC-1803
Nozzle stopper
HY02-00280
32HC-2401
Connector (BMW & VW)
HY02-00327
32HC-1804
O-ring
HY02-00281
32HC-2501
Oil tray
HY02-00293
32HC-1901
Tool tray
HY02-00282
32HC-2502
Strainer
HY02-00294
32HC-1902
Handle bolt
HY02-00283
32HC-2601
Connector
HY02-00295
32HC-1903
Handle nut
HY02-00284
32HC-2602
Connector
HY02-00296
32HC-2001
Handrail
HY02-00366
32HC-2603
O-ring
HY02-00297
32HC-2002
Protection sheath
HY02-00367
32HC-2604
Screw
HY02-00298
32HC-2003
Screw
HY02-00285
32HC-2701
Side handle
HY02-00299
32HC-2004
Connecting rod
HY02-00368
32HC-2702
Screw
HY02-00300
32HC-2005
Knob
HY02-00369
32HC-2703
Handle sleeve
HY02-00301
16
Extraction nozzle
(Ø8x700mm nylon)
Extraction nozzle
(Ø6x700mm nylon)
Extraction nozzle
(Ø5x700mm nylon)
Extraction nozzle
(Ø7x1000mm nylon)
Extraction nozzle
(Ø6x700mm copper)
Extraction nozzle
(Ø5x700mm copper)
HY02-00321
HY02-00322
HY02-00323
HY02-00324
HY02-00325
HY02-00326
DANGER! Check that the oil drainer is in sound condition and good working order before each use; Take immediate action to repair or replace damaged parts.
WARNING! Only operate on a level and stable surface and never use on soft ground
where the oil drainer is likely to “sink” whilst in operation.
NEVER STAND ON THE OIL DRAINER: The oil drainer is not designed for this purpose.
DO NOT dismantle or tamper with the oil drainer, this will invalidate the warranty.
If a problem with the oil drainer is experienced or suspected stop using the oil drainer
immediately and contact your distributor for repair.
Regularly inspect and lubricate the oil drainer, ensuring that it is in good working order and condition.
Always ensure that the work area is clean and tidy, free from unrelated materials and
has adequate lighting.
Keep hands, limbs etc. clear of moving parts.
Use only in a well ventilated area.
DO NOT start the engine whilst using the oil drainer.
Be careful with oil that has been extracted, the temperature is high between 40˚60˚c.
Contact your local authority on how / where to dispose of the oil.
Clean and stow the oil drainer correctly, ensure the storage area is dry.
Failure to follow the warnings in this manual, may result in personal injury and/or property damage.
DO NOT direct air from the air hose at yourself or others.
DO NOT move the oil drainer by the hose, or pull the hose from the air supply.
When not in use disconnect from the air supply and store in a safe and dry area.
DO NOT allow untrained persons to operate the oil drainer.
DO NOT put attachments near to your face (especially eyes, ears, etc.) and do not
direct the hose at other persons or animals.
DO NOT exceed the recommended air pressure.
DO NOT smoke or have a naked flame near the oil drainer.
DO NOT pollute the environment by allowing uncontrolled discharge of waste oil.
Understand the operating environment; Before each use the operator should assess,
understand and where possible reduce the specific risks and dangers associated
with the operating environment. Bystanders should also be made aware of any risks
associated with the operating environment.
When using the oil drainer always ensure the operator as well as those in
the area wear eye protection.
CAUTION: The warnings and cautions mentioned in this user manual can not cover all
possible conditions and situations that may occur. It must be understood by the operator that common sense and caution are factors which cannot be built into this product,
but must be applied.
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PARTS LIST
GUARANTEE
This SIP oil drainer is covered by a 12 month parts and labour warranty covering failure
due to manufacturers defects. This does not cover failure due to misuse or operating
the oil drainer outside the scope of this manual - any claims deemed to be outside
the scope of the warranty may be subject to charges Including, but not limited to
parts, labour and carriage costs.
In the unlikely event of warranty claims, contact your distributor as soon as possible.
Note: Proof of purchase will be required before any warranty can be honoured.
CONTENTS & ACCESSORIES
Oil Drainer/Suction
Oil Tray
Extraction Nozzles (x6)
Manual
Note: If any of the above are missing or damaged, contact your distributor
immediately.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Ref. No.
Description
SIP Part No.
Ref. No.
Description
SIP Part No.
21HC-3802
Gasket
HY02-00260
32HC-1004
Screw
HY02-00342
32HC-0101
Tank
HY02-00261
32HC-1005
Vacuum valve
HY02-00305
32HC-0201
Wheel
HY02-00262
32HC-1006
Lever
HY02-00306
32HC-0202
Wheel clip
HY02-00263
32HC-1007
Nut
HY02-00307
32HC-0301
Castor
HY02-00264
32HC-1008
Connector
HY02-00343
32HC-0302
Nut
HY02-00265
32HC-1009
O-ring
HY02-00344
32HC-0303
Gasket
HY02-00266
32HC-1101
Bolt
HY02-00308
32HC-0304
Bolt
HY02-00267
32HC-1102
Vacuum generator
HY02-00309
32HC-0401
Elbow
HY02-00268
32HC-1103
Silencer
HY02-00345
32HC-0402
Lower valve
HY02-00269
32HC-1107
O-ring
HY02-00310
32HC-0501
Tank gauge
HY02-00270
32HC-1201
Valve
HY02-00311
32HC-0502
Lower gauge fitting
HY02-00271
32HC-1202
Elbow
HY02-00312
32HC-0503
O-ring
HY02-00272
32HC-1203
Hose
HY02-00313
32HC-0504
Upper gauge fitting
HY02-00273
32HC-1204
Screw
HY02-00314
32HC-0601
Safety valve
HY02-00274
32HC-1301
Cylinder base
HY02-00346
32HC-0701
Pressure gauge
HY02-00275
32HC-1302
Absorbing oil pipe
HY02-00347
32HC-0801
Male bayonet 1/4"
05136
32HC-1303
Extraction pipe
HY02-00348
32HC-0802
Elbow
HY02-00276
32HC-1304
Connector
HY02-00349
32HC-0803
Air inlet valve
HY02-00277
32HC-1305
Centre connecting rod
HY02-00350
32HC-0901
Middle sleeve
HY02-00337
32HC-1306
Connector
HY02-00351
Tank Capacity
80 Litres
Air Inlet Connection
1/4”
Collection Bowl Capacity
20 Litres
Minimum Height
1500mm
Air Inlet Pressure
6-8 Bar
Maximum Height
1810mm
Air Consumption
150L/min
Oil Discharge Pressure
0.7 - 1 Bar
32HC-0902
Screw
HY02-00338
32HC-1307
O-ring
HY02-00352
Oil Temperature Range (Engine oil)
40 - 60˚c
Extraction / Discharge Hose
2 Metres
32HC-0903
Bushing
HY02-00304
32HC-1308
O-ring
HY02-00353
32HC-1001
Connector
HY02-00339
32HC-1401
Anti-explosion valve
HY02-00354
32HC-1002
O-ring
HY02-00340
32HC-1402
Steel ball
HY02-00355
32HC-1003
Flange
HY02-00341
32HC-1403
Anti-explosion cover
HY02-00356
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EXPLODED DRAWING
32HC-1503
32HC-1704
32HC-1601
32HC-1702
32HC-1703
32HC-2703
32HC-2301
32HC-2302
32HC-2303
32HC-2304
32HC-2305
32HC-2306
32HC-1701
32HC-1307
32HC-1306
32HC-1305
32HC-1302
32HC-1303
32HC-1602
32HC-1301
32HC-1304
32HC-0902
32HC-1009
32HC-1008
32HC-1006
32HC-1007
32HC-1005
32HC-1004
32HC-1003
32HC-1001
32HC-1002
32HC-2201
32HC-2202
GETTING TO KNOW YOUR OIL DRAINER
32HC-1501
32HC-1403
32HC-1402
32HC-1404
32HC-1401
32HC-1502
32HC-1504
32HC-1505
32HC-1308
32HC-1506
8
32HC-2502
12
32HC-2501
32HC-2601
32HC-2603
32HC-2602
32HC-2604
32HC-2106
32HC-2005
32HC-2002
32HC-2001
32HC-2004
32HC-2003
32HC-1902
32HC-1903
32HC-2703
32HC-2701
32HC-2702
32HC-2105
21HC-3802
32HC-2104
32HC-2107
32HC-2103
32HC-2102
32HC-2101
32HC-1804
32HC-1803
32HC-1802
32HC-2703
32HC-1801
32HC-0901
32HC-0903
32HC-2401
32HC-1203
32HC-1103
32HC-1102
32HC-1204
32HC-1107
32HC-1101
32HC-0801
32HC-1201
32HC-1202
32HC-0701
32HC-0601
13
9
7
14
6
5
4
15
3
2
10
1
11
16
32HC-0101
32HC-1901
32HC-0202
32HC-0201
32HC-0802
32HC-0803
32HC-0801
32HC-0302
32HC-0303
32HC-0301
32HC-0304
32HC-0402
32HC-0401
32HC-0504
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18
32HC-0501
32HC-0502
32HC-0503
32HC-0401
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GETTING TO KNOW YOUR OIL DRAINER….cont
Ref. No. Description
Ref. No.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS….cont
The oil should now start to transfer to the barrel/container.
Once all the oil has transferred to the barrel/container, turn the lower valve off and
remove the discharge gun.
Description
1.
Tank
10.
Extraction Nozzle Holder
2.
Discharge Gun
11.
Lower Valve
3.
Safety Valve
12.
Upper Valve
4.
Air Pressure Gauge
13.
Height Adjustment Pole
5.
Side Handle
14.
Vacuum Gauge
6.
Extraction Nozzle
15.
Air Inlet Valve
7.
Chamber
16.
Tank Gauge
8.
Oil Tray
17.
Vacuum Air Inlet Valve
9.
Extraction Gun
18.
Vacuum Valve
Note: The discharge gun must be held whilst transferring the oil, this will stop
the oil spattering.
Note: Contact your local authority on how / where to dispose of the waste
oil.
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS….cont
MAINTENANCE
There is very little assembly required, follow the instructions below.
Screw the oil tray onto the height adjustment
pole, turn it clockwise to secure it.
Check and make sure all pipes are secure
and tight.
Oil Tray
Periodically re-check the hoses, valves nuts, bolts and screws, make sure they are
tight if not retighten.
You must drain the waste oil before storing the oil drainer away, this will prevent the
inside of the tank corroding.
Store in a clean and dry location.
All repairs must be completed by a qualified technician.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Height
Adjustment
Pole
Vacuum gauge not working:
Check the air pressure on the compressor, it should be between 6 - 8 bar.
Make sure the correct valves are open.
Check the vacuum to tank seal.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Reading shown on the vacuum gauge but the machine will not extract:
OIL COLLECTION
Raise the engine/vehicle using the appropriate lifting equipment.
Locate the oil drain plug/bolt on the engine, push the oil drainer so its underneath
the oil drain plug/bolt.
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Check the o-rings on the extraction gun.
Make sure the extraction valve is open.
Make sure the extraction pipe is not blocked or trapped.
Oil temperature is too low.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS….cont
Fit the extraction nozzle (which fits best into the
engine) onto the extraction gun (see right)
Insert the end of the extraction tube into the engine hole.
Turn on the extraction valve, this will start to extract
the oil from the engine.
Once all the oil has been extracted turn the extraction valve off.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS….cont
Extraction Nozzle
Extraction Valve
Loosen the knob on the side of the height adjustment pole; Use the side handle to adjust
Knob
the height adjustment pole so its sitting just
below the oil drain plug/bolt & retighten the
Side
knob.
Handle
Knob
Height Adjustment Pole
EMPTYING THE TANK
The tank/chamber gauge (see below) will indicate when the tank/chamber needs to
be emptied, see below on how to empty the tank/chamber.
Open the upper valve located under the oil
tray then remove the oil drain plug/bolt.
Once all the oil has been drained refit the
oil drain plug/bolt.
Upper
Valve
CONNECTING TO THE AIR SUPPLY
You will require an air pressure between 6-8 bar, and an air flow of 150 L/min.
Line pressure should be increased to compensate for unusually long air hoses (over
8 metres). The minimum hose diameter should be 1/4” I.D. and fittings must have
the same inside dimensions.
Tank Gauge
Chamber Gauge
Air Inlet Valve
Caution: Ensure the air supply is clean and does not exceed 6-8 bar while operating the oil
drainer. Too high an air pressure and unclean air will shorten the product life due to excessive
wear, and may be dangerous causing damage and/or personal injury.
Note: The upper valve must be closed at all times whilst emptying the tank.
Quick
Coupler
Open the vacuum valve and transfer the oil from the chamber to the tank.
Close all the valves.
Connect your air supply to the air inlet valve on the tank (see above right).
Hook the discharge gun over a barrel/container.
Open the lower valve and the air inlet valve.
Slowly turn the air inlet valve on until the safety valve vents at 1 bar, at this point turn
the air inlet valve off.
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Air Hose
Oil Drainer
Quick
Bayonet
Quick
Coupler
Quick
Quick
Bayonet Coupler
Ball Valve
Air Hose
Filter/Regulator
9
Air Compressor
Recommended Air Supply Set Up.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS….cont
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS….cont
GENERATING THE VACUUM (INSPECTION CHAMBER ONLY)
Note: The operating air pressure should be between 6 and 8 bar, and an
air consumption of 150L/min.
Upper Valve
Ensure all 5 valves are closed (see right).
Connect the air supply onto the vacuum
valve air inlet (see below).
Turn on your compressor air supply.
gine) onto the extraction gun (see right)
Insert the end of the extraction tube into the engine hole.
Turn on the extraction valve, this will start to extract
the oil from the engine.
Once all the oil has been extracted turn the extraction valve off.
Extraction Valve
Note: Never hold the hose whilst extracting, this can get very hot and could
lead to burns, always hold it by the rubber handle.
Chamber
Extraction
Valve
Note: Maximum oil temperature to be extracted is 60˚c, never exceed
this.
GENERATING THE VACUUM CHAMBER AND TANK
Vacuum Valve
Air Inlet Valve
Make sure all 5 valves are closed.
Connect the air supply onto the vacuum valve air inlet (see below right).
Turn on your compressor air supply.
Lower
Valve
Vacuum Air Inlet Valve
Extraction Nozzle
Vacuum Air Inlet Valve
Max.
On
Put the vacuum valve to `on` (see right).
When the needle on the vacuum gauge reaches
max. turn the compressor air supply off, this will take
20-30 seconds approx.
Fit the extraction nozzle (which fits best into the enVacuum Valve
When the needle on the vacuum gauge reaches max. turn the compressor air
supply off, this will take 4-5 minutes approx.
Note: If continuous vacuum is required then leave the air connected.
Note: If continuous vacuum is required then leave the air connected.
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