QuickTake 30 Sample Pump 228-9530 Operating Instructions 40079

QuickTake 30 Sample Pump 228-9530 Operating Instructions 40079
Operating Instructions
Catalog No. 228-9530
SKC Inc.
863 Valley View Road
Eighty Four, PA 15330 USA
Form #40079—Rev 0709
Table of Contents
Quick Guide..................................................................................1
Description...................................................................................2
Performance Profile......................................................................3
Operation......................................................................................5
Mounting Sampling Media............................................................7
Calibration and Setting Flow........................................................9
Setup..........................................................................................10
Sampling....................................................................................12
Advanced Setup.........................................................................14
Maintenance...............................................................................18
Battery Operation.......................................................................18
Cautions and Warnings..............................................................19
Service Policy.............................................................................20
Warranty.....................................................................................21
Notice: This operating instruction may not address all safety concerns (if any) associated with
this product and its use. The user is responsible for determining and following the appropriate
safety and health practices and regulatory limitations (if any) before using the product. The
information contained in this document should not be construed as legal advice, opinion, or
as a final authority on legal or regulatory procedures.
QuickTake 30 Quick Guide
Terms »
Star Button 
Turns on LED, toggles between displays, and exits without saving.
Up and Down Arrow Buttons 
Scroll through presets, increase or decrease sampling parameters, and toggle
between setup options
Button Sequence
 or  = Press individually
[] = Press both simultaneously
 = Security code, press in sequence
Programming Sequences »
• To activate pump LED:
Press and hold  for 2 seconds
• To check battery status:
Press 
• To choose a run time preset:
Press  or  to scroll through presets. Once desired preset displays, press
[] to start sampling
• To Run or Hold:
Press []
• To repeat a sample run:
From Done, reset (rSEt), or sampling error (SErr), press [] to return to run
time preset. Press [] to sample.
• To change or calibrate flow:
Note: Flow rate does not appear on LED.
Press  or  and scroll to a run time preset. Press and hold CAL for 2 seconds.
(Does not require a security code.) Press  or  to change flow rate until desired
flow appears on calibrator. Press . When Stor displays, press [] to save
setting or  to ignore changes to flow setting.
• To interrupt run, terminate a sample, or reset pump:
While in Hold, press . Sample reset (rSEt) will display. Press [] to reset
pump or  to ignore reset and return to Hold
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Description
The QuickTake® 30 Sample Pump is a portable battery-powered air sampling
pump that maintains constant airflow from 10 to 30 L/min for use with impactors,
spore trap cassettes such as VersaTrap, asbestos cassettes, or other samplers requiring
flows to 30 L/min. A diaphragm pump operating with a closed loop flow control
system, the QuickTake 30 maintains true constant flow. The QuickTake 30 features
a programmable timer that provides up to eight programmable run time presets of
1 to 999 minutes, continuous run with manual shut-off, or intermittent sampling. A
rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack provides effective run times (see Performance
Profile - Typical Cumulative Run Time on p. 3).
Cassette Adapter
Tubing Adapter
Handle
for easy
portability
Inlet
(shown without adapter)
LED
indicates active
battery charging
High-contrast
LED display
for readout of
presets, run
time, and
battery status
Calibration
mode button
Up arrow
increases flow
and time and
scrolls through
presets
Speaker
for end of
timed run
alarm
Charging jack
(on side of case,
not shown)
Star button
activates LED
and toggles
between displays
Down arrow
decreases flow and
time and scrolls
through presets
Printed Quick Guide
Performance Profile
Flow range:
10 to 30 L/min
Flow compensation
accuracy:
± 5% of set flow
Compensating flow back pressure range:
10 L/min at 90 inches water back pressure
20 L/min at 50 inches water back pressure
30 L/min at 15 inches water back pressure
Typical Back Pressure of Sampling Media (inches water)
Flow Rate (L/min)
Filter/Pore Size (µm)
25-mm MCE, 0.8
25-mm MCE, 0.45
37-mm MCE, 0.8
37-mm PVC, 5.0
10
12
15
20
65
138
22
9
80
172
28
11
103
> 200
36
15
148
—
51
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Compare the information in this table to pump compensation range to determine appropriate applications.
Power:
Rechargeable 7.2-volt lithium-ion (Li-Ion) battery (see Li-Ion
Battery Shipment on p. 4) or battery with AC charger/adapter (100-240 V)
Battery recharge time: Approximately 5 hrs
Typical cumulative
run time†:
Spore Trap* (e.g., VersaTrap®): 5 hrs at 15 L/min (battery only)
BioStage viable cascade impactor: 4 hrs at 28.3 L/min (battery only)
25-mm, 0.8 µm MCE filter: 1.5 hrs at 10 L/min (battery only)
25-mm, 0.8 µm MCE filter: 2.5 hrs at 10 L/min (fully charged battery and AC adapter/charger)
25-mm, 1.2 µm MCE filter: 9 hrs at 10 L/min (fully charged battery and AC adapter/charger)
37-mm, 0.8 µm MCE filter: >14 hrs at 10 L/min (battery only)
* Sampling times when using spore traps are usually ≤ 10 min. SKC
recommends reducing length of sample time when using a 30 L/min
flow rate to prevent overloading the media.
† Results obtained using a new pump and new fully charged batteries. Pump
performance may vary.
The AC charger/adapter can be used to extend battery run
time, but it is not a battery eliminator. Therefore, it will
not provide indefinite run times.
Temperature:
Operating:
Storage:
Charging:
32 to 113 F (0 to 45 C)
-4 to 113 F (-20 to 45 C)
32 to 113 F (0 to 45 C)
Protect sample pump from weather when in use outdoors.
Run time features:
User-selectable features, user-adjustable presets (see Advanced Setup)
Preset timed runs:
1, 2, 5, 10, or 15 min
Manually set continuous
run with manual shut-off: 1 to 999 min (repeats 1 to 999-min
runs indefinitely until user stops pump or power supply is depleted)
Intermittent sampling:
Flow fault features:
If the pump is unable to compensate due to excessive back
pressure, the pump will go into flow fault mode (see page 13 for
details). Flow fault features are enabled as the default setting.
Flow fault may be disabled at the user’s option.
See Advanced Setup.
Flow fault:
See Advanced Setup
Flow fault displays immediately. Pump shuts off after 5 seconds
Fault restart: Pump attempts restart every 10 seconds
up to five times
Media compatibility:
Viable cascade impactors, spore trap cassettes (e.g., VersaTrap),
asbestos cassettes, wall cavity samplers, and other impaction
samplers that require flows from 10 to 30 L/min
Housing:
ABS plastic
Dimensions:
9.3 x 8.4 x 3.5 in (23.6 x 21.3 x 8.9 cm)
Weight:
4.8 lbs (2.2 kg)
Li-Ion Battery Shipment
Rechargeable, lithium-ion batteries for use with SKC sampling pumps have been
tested in accordance with the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria and are designated as
UN3091.
For air shipments:
Rechargeable lithium-ion batteries in SKC pumps are subject to the A-45 exemption to
the IATA regulations and are not regulated for air shipments. This information must be
written on the shipping document when shipping by air.
For ground shipments:
US DOT regulations specify a limit of 24 or fewer battery cells in one shipping box. If
you exceed 3 QuickTake 30 pumps with battery packs in one shipping box, specific
shipping requirements must be followed. Contact SKC for more information or refer to
the regulatory authority in your area.
See http://www.skcinc.com/instructions/1721.pdf for more information
on maintaining, disposing, and shipping Li-Ion batteries.
Indicates a warning, caution, or note.
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Operation
Button Sequence
Buttons must be pressed in the sequence
shown.
 or  = Press individually
[] = Press both simultaneously
 = Security code, press in sequence
Operating the Pump
• To activate LED:
Press and hold  for 2 seconds.
• To check battery status:
With the LED on, press .
Battery Status Indicators
Full charge; approximately 75% to 100% battery capacity
remaining.
Battery is charged enough to operate the pump;
approximately 25% to 75% battery capacity remaining.
Battery charge is low (charge battery); approximately
1% to 25% battery capacity remaining.
Low Battery Fault. Pump will stop running, beep, and
go to sleep in 10 seconds.
To operate from AC power:
The QuickTake 30 may be run using AC power with the battery and AC
charger/adapter. Insert the charger plug into the jack on the pump and the
charger into a standard wall outlet. Operate the pump.
The charge light on the LED will flash if the battery is charging during
AC operation.
The AC charger/adapter can be used to extend battery run time, but it is not
a battery eliminator. Therefore, it will not provide indefinite run times.
• To navigate presets and displays:
Press  or  to scroll through presets or displays.
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• To select a run time preset and run the pump:
Scroll to desired run time preset.
Select preset by pressing []. The pump will start to run.
0°
Selecting the
Available Presets

Press  or 
Press 

0°
8
1
Press 
5
4
3
2
1
Cont
Intt
End
999
998
997
• To run the pump:
Press [].
• To place the pump in hold:
Press [].
• To repeat a sample run:
From Done, reset (rSEt), or sampling error (SErr), press [] to return to run
time preset. Press [] to sample.
• To turn off LED:
Pump automatically turns off LED after it is idle for 4 minutes. User can
reactivate the LED by pressing and holding .
• To interrupt run, terminate a sample, or reset pump:
From Hold, press . Sample reset (rSEt) will display. Press [] to reset
pump or  to ignore reset and return to Hold.
•
To set flow or calibrate:
See Calibration and Setting Flow for details.
1. Connect a flowmeter to the pump inlet.
2. Scroll to any run time preset. Press and hold CAL for 2 seconds to enter
calibration mode (pump will start running).
3. Press  or  to change flow rate until desired flow appears on the
calibrator (Flow rate does not display on LED).
4. Press  and Stor will display. Press [] to save setting or  to ignore
changes.
Mounting Sampling Media
Sampling with a Spore Trap Cassette
Use the cassette adapter supplied with the
pump.
Insert the tube end of the adapter into
the pump inlet up to the flange. Remove
the seal from the outlet of the cassette and
push the cassette onto the bowl end of the
adapter until a firm seal is established.
Empty cassette
adapter
Cassette adapter with
spore trap cassette
Calibration Note: Flow rate can be calibrated by pushing the bowl end
of a second cassette adapter onto the spore trap cassette inlet (seal
removed), attaching flexible tubing to the tube end of the second
adapter, and attaching the other end of the flexible tubing to the outlet
of a calibrator.
Sampling with Sampling Wand Accessory (Cat. No. 228-9521)
Tubing adapter
Included with wand
VersaTrap
cassette
Cassette
adapter
Wand
Tubing
Included with wand
Insert the tube end of a cassette adapter into the hole on the top end of the
sampling wand accessory (see above) up to the center flange. Remove the seal
from the outlet of the cassette and push the cassette onto the bowl end of the
adapter until a firm seal is established. Insert the tubing adapter on the flexible
tubing (supplied with wand) into the pump inlet up to the center flange.
Sampling with a BioStage Impactor
Use with Mounting Bracket accessory (Cat. No. 228-9531).
1. Place BioStage on L-shaped
bracket. Align BioStage outlet
BioStage
to the 10 o’clock position
outlet
on the bracket. Secure with
thumbscrew on bottom of
bracket.
Thumbscrew
securing
BioStage
Short leg
of bracket
BioStage outlet
aligned to 10 o’clock position
2. Place L-shaped bracket to
the right on the pump faceplate
with the short leg of the bracket
fitting over the right edge of the
pump. Align hole on short leg of
bracket with the hole on the side
of the pump. Secure bracket to
pump with thumbscrew.
Thumbscrew
securing
bracket
Bracket
Inlet adapter
inserted into inlet
Inlet
adapter
tubing
BioStage
outlet
3. Insert the inlet adapter
(included with bracket)
into the pump inlet and
connect inlet adapter
tubing to the BioStage
outlet.
Thumbscrew
securing
bracket
Calibration and Setting Flow
Use a primary standard calibrator to calibrate pump flow rate.
Calibrate flow rate with representative sampling medium in line.
Tubing
Note: Use a second cassette adapter to
attach calibrator to a spore trap cassette.
Spore trap cassette
Cassette adapter
Calibrator outlet
Pump inlet
Calibration with a spore trap cassette
1. Using 3/8-inch ID flexible tubing and appropriate adapters, connect the inlet
of the pump to the outlet of a representative sampling medium and a primary
standard calibrator to the inlet of the representative sampling medium (as
shown above).
2. Scroll to any run time preset. Press and hold the CAL
button for two seconds. The pump will start running
and a flashing CAL will appear on the LED.
Digital display:
Calibration mode
3. Press  or  to increase or decrease the flow until
the desired flow rate is displayed on the calibrator.
4. Press . A flashing Stor will appear on the LED.
To save new setting: Press []. The pump will stop running.
To ignore new setting: Press . The pump will
stop running.
Note: A security code is not needed to change flow
rate. It is only required when changing factory
settings. To change factory settings, see Advanced
Setup.
Digital display:
Store setting
Setup
Press  or  to scroll through the run time presets on the LED.
Run Time Mode
Timed Run (defaults: 15, 10, 5, 2, and 1 min) Intermittent Sampling
Continuous Run
LED Display
t xx
Intt
Cont
The user may change run time presets. See Advanced Setup, Programming Your Own
Run Time Presets.
Timed Run
Run time accumulates only while pump is running.
Timed Run mode is designed to perform one sample for a
predetermined time from 1 to 999 minutes (selected from
presets). The user starts the pump running and the pump
automatically stops running after the sample time has
elapsed.
1. Press  or  to scroll to the desired run time preset.
2. Press [] to select the desired preset. The pump will
start running and the LED will display a count down to
zero (run time remaining below one minute is displayed
in seconds with a colon). The pump will stop and beep
four times. The display will flash Done.
3. Press  to return to the run time preset display. If the
user wishes to repeat the sample, press [].
Digital display:
Timed Run 2 minutes
:
Digital display:
Run time remaining is
2 seconds
Digital display:
Sample run completed
User Options During Timed Run Sampling
Viewing battery status
Press . Display will automatically return to run time
remaining after five seconds or press  again.
Hold mode
Press [ ] while the sample is running to place the
pump and timer in Hold. Run time remaining and Hold
will display alternately. Press [ ] while in Hold to
continue the sample run.
Terminating a sample and resetting the pump
Press  while in Hold. Sample Reset (rSEt) will flash
on the LED.
To terminate sample and reset pump: Press [].
To continue sample run: Press  to return display to Hold. Press [].
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Continuous Run with Manual Stop
Run time accumulates only while pump is running.
Continuous Run mode performs one sample from 1 to
999 minutes, then automatically resets to zero and counts
up to 999 again until the user manually stops the pump.
Digital display:
Continuous Run
1. Press  or  to scroll to Cont. Press [] to select it.
The pump will start and the LED will display cumulative run time up to
59 seconds in seconds, then switch to minutes. The timer will count up to
999 minutes, automatically reset to zero, and count up to 999 minutes again
until the user manually stops the pump.
2. Press [] to place the pump in Hold when the desired sampling time has
elapsed. The LED will display cumulative run time and Hold alternately.
To continue sample run: Press [].
To terminate sample and reset pump: Press  while in Hold.
Sample Reset (rSEt) will flash on the LED. Press [].
User Options During Continuous Run Sampling
Viewing battery status
Press . Display will automatically return to
cumulative run time after five seconds or press
 again.
Hold mode
Press [] while the sample is running to
place the pump and timer in Hold. Hold and
cumulative run time will display alternately.
Press [] while in Hold to continue the
sample run.
Terminating a sample and resetting the pump
Press  while in Hold. Sample Reset (rSEt) will
flash on the LED.
To terminate sample and reset pump: Press [].
To continue sample run: Press  to return the display to Hold.
Press [].
For Intermittent Sampling, see Advanced Setup.
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Sampling
QuickTake 30 with cassette adapter
and a spore trap cassette
1. Ensure that the battery has sufficient capacity for the desired sampling time
(see Operation, Battery Status Indicators).
2. Calibrate the QuickTake 30 for the desired flow rate (see Calibration and Setting
Flow).
3. Place the pump in the sampling location.
Protect sample pump from weather when in use outdoors.
4. Replace representative sampling medium used for calibration with a fresh
unexposed sampling medium.
5. Press  or  to scroll to a run time preset. See Timed Run, Continuous Run, or
Intermittent Sampling.
6. Once the desired preset is displayed, press [] to start the pump running.
Record sample start time.
If the user wishes to stop sampling and reset the pump, see Terminating a Sample
and Resetting the Pump.
7. When sampling is completed:
a.Timed Run mode - The display will count down to
zero and the pump will stop. The alarm will beep four
times. The display will flash Done. Press  to return to
presets. If a repeat sample is desired, press [].
b. Continuous Run mode - The timer will count up to 999 minutes, automatically reset to zero, and count again to 999 minutes until user stops the pump. Press
[] to place the pump in Hold when the desired
sampling time has elapsed. Hold and cumulative run
time will flash alternately. Press  while in Hold.
Sample reset (rSEt) will appear on the LED. Press
[] to terminate the cumulative run and reset the
pump. If a repeat sample is desired, press [].
c. I ntermittent Sampling mode - The display will
count up to set run time, count down from set delay
time to 0, then run again. Pump will cycle until the
programmed number of cycles are completed. The
alarm will beep four times. The display will flash
Done. Press [] to return to the run time preset. If
a repeat sample is desired, press [].
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Digital display:
Sample run completed
Digital display:
Pump and Timer in Hold
Digital display:
Terminate sample and
reset pump
Digital display:
Cumulative run time
8. Remove and seal the sample medium.
9. Re-assemble the calibration train (see Calibration and Setting Flow) and verify
flow.
10.Send sample, blanks, and pertinent sampling information to a laboratory for
analysis.
Terminating a Sample and Resetting the Pump
For timed and continuous runs: from a running pump,
press []. The pump is now in Hold. Press  while in
Hold. Sample reset (rSEt) will display. Press [] to zero
the cumulative run time and reset the pump.
For intermittent sampling, there is no Hold. Press []
to stop the pump. The LED will display SErr (sampling
error). Press  to view cumulative run time. Press []
to return to run time presets.
Cumulative run time resets to 0 even if intermittent
sampling is started again.
Flow Fault
Manufacturer default: enabled. User may disable feature.
If the pump is not able to compensate due to excessive back
pressure, a flashing FLOF will appear on the LED. If the
fault is not corrected within five seconds, the pump will
beep four times and stop running.
Digital display:
Terminate sample and
reset pump
Digital display:
Sampling Error
Digital display:
Flow fault
Restoring Sampling from a Flow Fault
Fault restart (manufacturer default: enabled).
Fault restart will attempt to restart the pump every 10 seconds up to five
times. Cumulative run time can be displayed by pressing . Press  again
to return to the fault (FLOF) display. If pump does not automatically restart,
attempt to correct the flow blockage, then press [] to place pump in
Hold. Press [] to resume sampling.
Fault restart (user disabled).
Cumulative run time can be displayed by pressing . Press  again to
return to the FLOF display. Attempt to correct flow blockage and press
[] to place pump in Hold. Press [] to resume sampling.
The flow fault and flow fault restart features can be enabled or
disabled by the user as desired. See Advanced Setup, Enabling/
Disabling Alarm and Fault Features.
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Advanced Setup
Intermittent Sampling
Intermittent Sampling allows the pump to be programmed to run for a specific
number of minutes up to 999, to shut off for a programmed
length of time, and to continue sampling on and off for a
predetermined number of cycles (e.g., program the pump
to run three cycles (n) of 15 minutes each (r) with a fiveDigital display:
minute delay (d) between each cycle).
Intermittent Sampling
Entering Intermittent Sampling Mode
Press  or  to scroll to Intt. Press  to enter the intermittent sampling setup
mode.
Setting Run Time (r)
1. Press  or  to increase or decrease run time. The display will flash. If no change
to run time is desired, press  to move to delay time.
2. When finished, press . Stor will flash on the display.
To save new setting: Press []. Press  to move to
delay time setup.
Digital display:
To ignore new setting: Press . Display will move to
Set run time
the delay time.
If displayed values are not changed, the flashing Stor will not appear and
pressing  will move the display to the next parameter to be set.
Setting Delay Time (d)
1. Press  or  to increase or decrease delay time. The
display will flash. If no change to delay time is desired,
press  to move to number of cycles.
2. When finished, press . Stor will flash on the display.
Digital display:
To save new setting: Press []. Press  to move to
Set delay time
number of cycles setup.
To ignore new setting: Press . Display will move to the number of cycles.
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Setting the Number of Cycles (n)
1. Press  or  to increase or decrease number of cycles.
The display will flash. If no change to number of cycles
is desired, press  to return to Intt.
Digital display:
Set number of cycles
2. When finished, press . Stor will flash on the display.
To save new setting: Press []. Press  to return to
Intt.
To ignore new setting: Press . The LED will return to Intt.
Start sampling by pressing []. The LED will count up
to 59 seconds, then switch to minutes up to the set minutes
run time. The pump will stop for the programmed number
of delay minutes while the LED displays a count down from
the set delay time to zero. The pump will start sampling
again. The pump will beep four times and the display will
flash Done after the desired cycles are completed. Press 
to display cumulative run time. Press  to return to Done.
Press [] to return the display to the run time preset. If a
repeat sample is desired, press [].
Digital display:
Sample run completed
Intermittent sampling settings are retained when pump goes to sleep.
User Options During Intermittent Sampling
Viewing number of cycles remaining and cumulative run
time
Press  repeatedly while the sample or delay is running.
If the unit is left untouched for five seconds, the display
will automatically return to cumulative time.
Terminating a sample and resetting the pump
There is no Hold available in intermittent sampling.
Therefore, pressing [] will stop the sampling and the
LED will display SErr (sampling error). Press  to view
cumulative run time. Press [] to return to run time
presets.
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Programming Your Own Run Time Presets
1. Press .
2. Pt: 1 will alternately display with T xx. This corresponds
to the first stored preset time.
3. Press  to scroll to the number of minutes (1 to 999).
Press  to scroll to Cont, Intt, or End mode options. End
will not appear as an option during setup of first preset.
4. When the LED displays the desired time or mode, press
 to move to the next preset time.
5. Repeat Steps 3 and 4 for each preset up to eight presets.
The sequence will repeat from one to eight.
6. When finished, press []. Stor will display on the
LED.
To save new settings: Press []. The pump will
return to normal pump operation.
To ignore new settings: Press . The pump will return
to normal pump operation.
Digital display:
First preset
5
Digital Display:
Time set for preset 1
Digital display:
Store settings
Note: While programming presets, scrolling below Intt will display End after
the first preset is selected. Choosing End will truncate the stored preset sequence
(see below). For example, if the user desires to store only two presets, preset time
3 can be set to End, shortening the number of presets to scroll through. Times
programmed for preset times Pt: 4 through 8 will not display until the presets
are changed to make them display or the factory defaults are reset (see Resetting
Pump to Manufacturer Default Settings).
Presets Sequence
Preset 8
Preset 7
Preset 6
Preset 5
Preset 4
Preset 3
Preset 2
Preset 1
Manufacturer Default Presets
End
Intt
Cont
t 1 - 999
End
t 1 - 999
t 1 - 999
t 1 - 999
0°
End
Intt
Cont
t 15
t 10
t5
t2
t1
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Preset 8
Preset 7
Preset 6
Preset 5
Preset 4
Preset 3
Preset 2
Preset 1
The pump returns to the beginning preset
at the first End it encounters. This allows
the user to shorten the number of presets
to be scrolled through. Preset 1 cannot
be set to End.
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Enabling/Disabling Alarm and Fault Features
1. Press the security code  to enter setup mode.
2. Press CAL. The pump serial number will display briefly.
3. Press  or  to turn feature on or off (see below). Press  to advance to next
feature.
4. Press [] to exit feature setup. Press [] again to return to run time
presets.
Feature
ON
OFF
Button Beeper: On/Off
Digital display:
Button beep on
Digital display:
Button beep off
Digital display:
Alarm beep on
Digital display:
Alarm beep off
Digital display:
Flow fault on
Digital display:
Flow fault off
Alarm Beeper: On/Off
Flow Fault: On/Off
Flow Fault Restart: On/Off
Digital display:
Flow restart on
Resetting Pump to Manufacturer Default
Settings
Digital display:
Flow restart off
Digital display:
1. Press the security code  and then press the CAL
Pump default
button. The pump serial number will display briefly.
2. Press  repeatedly to scroll through until the LED
displays Deft.
3. Press []. The word No will appear on the display.
To reset to factory default settings: Press . Yes Digital display:
Yes, reset to pump default
will appear on the display. Press [].
To retain existing settings: Press  to scroll to
No and press [].
The number 30 will appear briefly, then the display will return
to run time presets.
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Digital display:
No, do not reset to pump
default
Maintenance
1. Keep the pump clean and free of dust and dirt. It may be wiped with a dry
cloth.
2. Keep the battery charged (see Battery Operation). Charge periodically when
pump is not used for prolonged periods.
Battery Operation
Charging the battery
To charge the battery, insert the
charger plug into the jack on the
pump and the charger into a wall
outlet. A red LED will flash on
the pump display to indicate the
unit is charging. When charging
is complete, the LED will stop
flashing and the pump will go
to sleep. The QuickTake 30 can
be operated using AC power.
See Operation, To operate from
AC Power. The battery charges
completely in five hours.
•The pump will not sleep during charging. Connecting a sleeping
pump to the charger will wake it up from sleep.
•The AC charger/adapter can be used to extend battery run time, but it
is not a battery eliminator. Therefore, it will not provide indefinite run
times.
Installing a Replacement Battery
1. Lift up and remove the two panels covering the
screws from the back plate of the pump (pressure fit).
2. Loosen the four safety screws.
3. Lift off back of pump case.
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4. Remove the two
screws from the
bracket, slide bracket
forward, and lift it out.
5. Carefully lift the
battery pack out of
the case and detach it
from the connector.
6. Attach the new battery
to the connector.
7. Replace the battery
pack in the pump case.
8. Replace the bracket
and two screws.
9. Replace the back of the
pump case and tighten
four safety screws.
10. Replace the two panels
and press until flush
with case.
Battery
Bracket
Battery
Battery
connector
Slide bracket
forward and lift out.
Bracket
screws
Battery connector
pulls apart
Battery
cavity
Cautions and Warnings
• To reduce risk of injury, fire, or electric shock, always follow basic safety
precautions when using this product.
• Batteries may explode or leak and cause burn injury if disassembled.
• Use only the approved charger and battery for this product. Mixing this
product with a different battery type or charger may cause damage to the
pump and cause injury if the battery explodes. Using non-approved batteries
or charger voids the warranty.
• Do not submerge the pump or subject it to any liquids.
Protect sample pump from weather when in use outdoors.
Li-Ion Battery Shipment
Rechargeable, lithium-ion batteries for use with SKC sampling pumps have been
tested in accordance with the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria and are designated as
UN3091.
For air shipments:
Rechargeable lithium-ion batteries in SKC pumps are subject to the A-45 exemption to
the IATA regulations and are not regulated for air shipments. This information must be
written on the shipping document when shipping by air.
For ground shipments:
US DOT regulations specify a limit of 24 or fewer battery cells in one shipping box. If
you exceed 3 QuickTake 30 pumps with battery packs in one shipping box, specific
shipping requirements must be followed. Contact SKC for more information or refer to
the regulatory authority in your area.
See http://www.skcinc.com/instructions/1721.pdf for more information
on maintaining, disposing, and shipping Li-Ion batteries.
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Service Policy
To return products to SKC for servicing:
1. Call 800-752-8472 (724-941-9701 for international customers) to obtain a Return
Materials Authorization (RMA) number and Product Decontamination Form.
2. Carefully package the product. Mark the RMA number on any correspondence relating to the return and on the outside of the package.
Package product carefully to prevent damage during transit. Include a contact
name, phone number, shipping address, RMA number, and a brief description
of the problem. For nonwarranty repairs, a purchase order number and billing
address are also required. The Service Department will contact nonwarranty
customers with an estimate before proceeding with repairs.
Rechargeable lithium-ion batteries for use with SKC sampling pumps have been
tested in accordance with the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria and are designated
as UN3091. To be exempt from Dangerous Goods Shipping requirements, the
box must contain 12 or fewer lithium batteries or 24 or fewer cells. Therefore,
limit any box to be shipped to the following number of pumps:
Leland Legacy Pump - 2 pumps
QuickTake 15 - 12 pumps
QuickTake 30 - 3 pumps
3. Ship to SKC, freight prepaid, to the following address:
SKC Inc.
National Service Center
863 Valley View Road
Eighty Four, PA 15330
SKC Inc. will accept for repair any SKC product that is not
contaminated with hazardous materials. Products determined to be
contaminated will be returned unserviced.
Replacing parts with non-SKC parts voids the manufacturer
warranty.
* Li-Ion Battery Shipment
Rechargeable, lithium-ion batteries for use with SKC sampling pumps have been
tested in accordance with the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria and are designated as
UN3091.
For air shipments:
Rechargeable lithium-ion batteries in SKC pumps are subject to the A-45 exemption to
the IATA regulations and are not regulated for air shipments. This information must be
written on the shipping document when shipping by air.
For ground shipments:
US DOT regulations specify a limit of 24 or fewer battery cells in one shipping box. If
you exceed 3 QuickTake 30 pumps with battery packs in one shipping box, specific
shipping requirements must be followed. Contact SKC for more information or refer to
the regulatory authority in your area.
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SKC INC.
LIMITED ONE YEAR WARRANTY
1. SKC warrants that its instruments provided for industrial hygiene, environmental,
gas analysis, and safety and health applications are free from defects in workmanship and
materials under normal and proper use in accordance with operating instructions provided
with said instruments. The term of this warranty begins on the date the instrument is delivered
to the buyer and continues for a period of one (1) year.
This warranty does not cover claims due to abuse, misuse, neglect, alteration,
accident, or use in application for which the instrument was neither designed nor approved by
SKC Inc. This warranty does not cover the buyer’s failure to provide for normal maintenance,
or improper selection or misapplication. This warranty shall further be void if changes or
adjustments to the instrument are made by other than an employee of the seller, or if the
operating instructions furnished at the time of installation are not complied with.
2. SKC Inc. hereby disclaims all warranties either expressed or implied, including
any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, and neither
assumes nor authorizes any other person to assume for it any liability in connection with
the sale of these instruments. No description of the goods being sold has been made a part
of the basis of the bargain or has created or amounted to an express warranty that the goods
will conform to any such description. Buyer shall not be entitled to recover from SKC Inc.
any consequential damages, damages to property, damages for loss of use, loss of time,
loss of profits, loss of income, or other incidental damages. Nor shall buyer be entitled to
recover from SKC Inc. any consequential damages resulting from defect of the instrument
including, but not limited to, any recovery under section 402A of the Restatement, Second
of Torts.
3. This warranty extends only to the original purchaser of the warranted instrument
during the term of the warranty. The buyer may be required to present proof of purchase in
the form of a paid receipt for the instrument.
4. This warranty covers the instrument purchased and each of its component parts.
5. In the event of a defect, malfunction, or other failure of the instrument not caused
by any misuse or damage to the instrument while in possession of the buyer, SKC Inc. will
remedy the failure or defect without charge to the buyer. The remedy will consist of service
or replacement of the instrument. SKC Inc. may elect refund of the purchase price if unable
to provide replacement and repair is not commercially practicable.
6. (a) To obtain performance of any obligation under this warranty, the buyer shall return the instrument, freight prepaid, to SKC Inc., at the following address:
SKC Inc., National Service Center
863 Valley View Road
Eighty Four, PA 15330 USA
(b) To obtain return authorization information or for further information on the
warranty performance you may telephone 724-941-9701 at the above address. See Service
Policy section in operating manual (if applicable).
7. This warranty shall be construed under the laws of the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania which shall be deemed to be the situs of the contract for purchase of SKC
Inc. instruments.
8. No other warranty is given by SKC Inc. in conjunction with this sale.
Form #3755 Rev 0207
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Ordering Information
Description
QuickTake 30 Sample Pump includes battery pack and
cassette and tubing adapters (requires 223-245 charger
accessory below)
QuickTake 30 Sample Pump and Charger includes one
pump with battery pack, AC charger/adapter (100-240 V),
cassette and tubing adapters, and tubing
QuickTake 30 Sample Pump, Rotameter, and Charger
includes one pump with battery pack, AC charger/adapter
(100-240 V), cassette and tubing adapters, rotameter, and
tubing
QuickTake 30 BioStage Pump Kit includes pump and
charger as described above, Standard BioStage Impactor,
mounting bracket with inlet adapter, calibration adapter,
rotameter, and deluxe carry case
Replacement Parts
Replacement Inlet Filters, pk/50
Stem Tubing Adapter, pk/2
Cassette Adapter
Reducing Adapter for Tubing, 3/8 inch to 1/4 inch, pk/2
Replacement Battery Pack
Replacement Stack for QuickTake 30
Accessories
Worldwide Charger/Adapter
Defender Primary Flowmeter, 300 ml/min to 30 L/min,
includes lead-acid battery, multi-plug charger (100-240 V),
Optimizer 110 Software, and 1-meter serial cable
Sampling Wand, telescopes to 34 inches for ductwork and
hard-to-reach locations; includes 6 ft of tubing
Tripod Stand, telescopes to 5 ft for mounting sample media
(QuickTake 30 pump will not mount on this stand)
Mounting Bracket for BioStage Impactor includes inlet
adapter
Rotameter, to check approximate flow rate
Tygon Tubing, 3/8 inch ID
10 ft
50 ft
Cat. No.
228-9530C*
228-9530*
228-9530A*
228-9530K*
P40021A
P31239
P33100
P31211
P75689*
P21266
223-245
717-510H
228-9521
225-9536
228-9531
320-100
225-1351
225-1352
* Li-Ion Battery Shipment
Rechargeable, lithium-ion batteries for use with SKC sampling pumps have been
tested in accordance with the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria and are designated as
UN3091.
For air shipments:
Rechargeable lithium-ion batteries in SKC pumps are subject to the A-45 exemption to
the IATA regulations and are not regulated for air shipments. This information must be
written on the shipping document when shipping by air.
For ground shipments:
US DOT regulations specify a limit of 24 or fewer battery cells in one shipping box. If
you exceed 3 QuickTake 30 pumps with battery packs in one shipping box, specific
shipping requirements must be followed. Contact SKC for more information or refer to
the regulatory authority in your area.
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