AirChek52 - Eco Environmental

AirChek52 - Eco Environmental
Operating Instructions
AirChek® 52
Catalog No. 224-52
SKC Inc.
863 Valley View Road
Eighty Four, PA 15330
Form #37714 Rev 1001
Table of Contents
Description ...........................................................................................1
Performance Profile ...............................................................................2
Setup.....................................................................................................5
Installing the Battery Pack .....................................................................5
Charging the Battery Pack.....................................................................5
Operation..............................................................................................6
High Flow Applications ..........................................................................6
Setup ...........................................................................................6
Setting/Verifying Flow Rate .........................................................7
Sampling ......................................................................................7
Low Flow Applications (single tube) ......................................................9
Setup ...........................................................................................9
Setting/Verifying Flow Rate .......................................................10
Sampling ....................................................................................11
Low Flow Applications (multiple tube) .................................................12
Setup .........................................................................................12
Setting/Verifying Flow Rate .......................................................13
Sampling ....................................................................................15
Maintenance .......................................................................................16
Pump Inlet Filter ..................................................................................16
Replacing the Battery Pack .................................................................16
Battery Eliminator ................................................................................17
Service Policy ....................................................................................18
Replacement Parts ...................................................................... 20-23
Optional Accessories ........................................................................24
Warranty .............................................................................................25
Indicates a warning or caution.
Indicates a premier feature of the pump.
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.
Description
The AirChek 52 Personal Sample Pump is designed for rugged industrial use at
flows from 5 to 3000 ml/min. Ideal for on-worker applications, use the AirChek 52 for
short-term or full-shift sampling with sorbent tubes, impingers, size-selective samplers,
or filter cassettes.
Durable RFI-shielded Case
provides protection from RFI
(27 to 1000 MHz)
Accessory
Mounting
Screws allow
sampling
accessories to
be secured to
the pump (e.g.,
impinger holder)
Pump Intake with
replaceable filter
Control Cover
(raised)
protects
LCD, flow
adjustment,
and on/off
button
Digital
LCD shows
elapsed run
time, low
battery, and
flow fault
Quick-change
Rechargeable
Battery
Flow
Adjustment
adjusts flow
rate from
1000 to
3000 ml/min
Top view: AirChek 52 with LCD indicator
AirChek 52 Sample Pump
1
On/Off
Button
Performance Profile
Flow Range:
1000 to 3000 ml/min
(5 to 500 ml/min requires low flow accessories, see page 22.)
Flow Control:
Holds constant flow to ± 5% of set-point after calibration
Compensation Range:
1000 ml/min up to 25 ins water back pressure
2000 ml/min up to 25 ins water back pressure
2500 ml/min up to 20 ins water back pressure
3000 ml/min up to 15 ins 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
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
6
14
2
1
9
22
3
1
12
28
4
2
15
35
5
2
Compare the information in this table to pump compensation range to determine appropriate applications.
Run Time:
NiCad Battery: 8 hrs minimum at above compensation ranges;
dependent on media used. See Table 1 on page 4.
NiMH Battery: 12 hrs minimum at 2000 ml/min and up to
25 inches water back pressure; dependent on media used.
See Table 2 on page 4.
Battery Eliminator: Pump provides extended runs.
Power Supply:
Rechargeable 4.8-V nickel metal hydride (NiMH) battery
pack, 3.3 Ah capacity or
Rechargeable 4.8-V nickel cadmium (NiCad) battery pack,
1.8-Ah capacity
A battery eliminator is available (see Optional Accessories);
use voids the UL Listing for intrinsic safety.
Battery Charging Time:
6 to 8.5 hrs with PowerFlex® charger
(varies with battery capacity
and level of discharge)
Temperature:
Operating: 32 to 113 F (0 to 45 C)
Storage:
-4 to 113 F (-20 to 45 C)
Charging: 50 to 113 F (10 to 45 C)
Humidity:
0 to 95% non-condensing
Protect sample pump from weather when in use
outdoors.
Flow Fault:
If the pump is unable to compensate for longer than 15 seconds
due to excessive back pressure, the pump enters flow fault.
During flow fault, the pump stops, the fault icon appears on the
display, and elapsed time remains on the display. Auto-restart is
attempted up to 5 times. Elapsed time information will be lost
on restart.
2
Low Battery Fault:
LCD displays low battery icon and pump shuts down. LCD
remains on.
Time Display:
LCD shows elapsed pump run time in minutes up to 99,999.
LCD Indicator:
LCD always remains on. Displayed elapsed run time
information resets when pump is started.
62.5 dBA* - pump without case
55 dBA* - pump housed in noise-reducing case (optional
accessory Cat. No. 224-96C, see page 24)
Noise Level:
* Measured 3 ft (1 m) distance from pump operating at
2 L/min with a 37-mm, 0.8-μm MCE filter cassette
RFI/EMI Shielding:
27 to 1000 MHz
Intrinsic Safety:
UL Listed for Intrinsic Safety: 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.
Dimensions:
5 x 3 x 1.75 ins (12.7 x 7.6 x 4.4 cm)
Weight:
20 oz (567 gm)
Multiple-tube
Sampling:
Requires additional accessories to sample with up to four
sorbent tubes simultaneously at flows from 5 to 500 ml/min.
See Optional Accessories on page 24.
CE marked
UL Listed for intrinsic safety
ATEX-approved models available
3
Table 1. AirChek 52 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 are obtained using a new pump and new fully
charged battery. Pump performance may vary.
Mixed Cellulose (MCE) filter, 0.8-μm pore size
Filter Diameter
Flow Rate (L/min)
37 mm
25 mm
2.0
24.5
16.5
2.5
22.9
12.7
3.0
18.9
**
Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) filter, 5.0-μm pore size
Filter Diameter
Flow Rate (L/min)
37 mm
25 mm
2.0
25.8
24.9
2.5
24.3
21.1
3.0
25.1
18.6
** Filter back pressure exceeded pump capability during testing.
Note:
Increases in back pressure during sampling due to buildup of sample on
the filter can decrease battery 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 are obtained using a new pump and new fully
charged battery. Pump performance may vary.
Mixed Cellulose (MCE) filter, 0.8-μm pore size
Filter Diameter
Flow Rate (L/min)
37 mm
25 mm
2.0
40
37
2.5
38
29
3.0
34
25
Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) filter, 5.0-μm pore size
Filter Diameter
Flow Rate (L/min)
37 mm
25 mm
2.0
56
47
2.5
48
41
3.0
42
38
Note:
Increases in back pressure during sampling due to buildup of sample on
the filter can decrease battery life.
4
Setup
Installing the Battery Pack
1.
2.
3.
4.
Align arms on top half of case with slots on either side of the battery pack
housing. Ensure the back of the battery pack with the charging jack is on
the same side as the belt clip.
Slide battery pack up until arms click into place.
Push each security screw into the battery pack housing and tighten.
Completely charge battery before use (see Charging the Battery Pack).
Charging the Battery Pack
For proper maintenance of battery packs, SKC offers
a charger (see Accessories on page 24) that conditions
the battery for optimum performance in 6 to 8.5 hours.
1.
2.
3.
For optimum charge, ensure pump is not running.
Insert the charging plug into the sampler’s charging jack.
Charge battery pack completely before use.
Plug the SKC PowerFlex® charger cable into the jack on the back of the
battery pack (see charger operating instructions).
After charging the battery pack, it is good practice to run the pump for
approximately 5 minutes before calibrating. This ensures the battery is
in more steady-state conditions and improves the agreement in pre and
post-sampling calibrations.
• To comply with intrinsic safety regulations, do not charge or operate
the pump from the charger 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.
• Use of any device other than the approved battery pack to power the
pump voids the UL Listing for intrinsic safety and 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.
For information on SKC pump battery packs,
visit http://www.skcinc.com/instructions/1756.pdf.
5
Operation
High Flow Applications (1000 to 3000 ml/min)
5
1
4
3
6
7
1
LCD
2
Flow adjustment screw
3
On/Off button
4
Pump intake/inlet hose barb
5
Protective control cover
6
Belt clip
7
Charging jack
8
Accessory mounting screws
8
Figure 1
Front, back, and top views of AirChek 52 Sampler
For additional drawings, see pages 21 and 23.
Setup
1
Ensure that the battery is fully charged
before sampling. See page 5 for
details.
After charging the battery pack, it
is good practice to run the pump
for approximately 5 minutes before
calibrating. This ensures the battery
is in more steady-state conditions
and improves the agreement in pre
and post-sampling calibrations.
6
Charger and battery
connected
Setting or Verifying Flow Rate
Sample medium
Ensure pump has run for
5 minutes before calibrating.
Using 1/4-inch Tygon® tubing,
connect the sample medium to the
pump intake (Figure 1, #4).
2
Lift the control cover (Figure 1,
#5). Start the pump using the on/
off button (Figure 1, #3).
Calibrator
Tubing
Calibration train with
filter cassette
Connect a calibrator to the intake of the sample medium.
Adjust flow by using a screwdriver to turn the flow adjustment
screw (Figure 1, #2), clockwise to increase or counterclockwise
to decrease flow, until the calibrator indicates the desired flow
rate. Use proper calibration technique.
When the flow rate is set, press the on/off button to turn off
the pump and disconnect the calibrator.
Replace the sample medium used for calibration with an
unexposed medium for sample collection.
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.
3
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 sample
collection medium to the worker in the
breathing zone and the pump to the worker’s
belt using the belt clip.
Clip sample
medium to worker
and pump to belt.
Press the on/off button to clear the elapsed time display and to
start sampling. Record the start time. The LCD will automatically
track elapsed pump run time.
At the end of the sampling period, press the on/off button and
record stop time.
continued on page 8
7
Possible Displays During Sampling
Flow or Battery Fault Shutdown - If the pump is unable to
compensate due to excessive back pressure or a low battery
condition exists, the sampler will shut down and timing functions
will pause. Either a battery-shaped icon or a flow fault icon
( ) will display on the LCD depending on the cause of the
shutdown. Upon flow fault, the pump will attempt to restart up
to 5 times. To restart from flow fault, correct the blockage and
press the on/off button twice. Elapsed time display will reset
to 0 when pump is restarted. If the battery icon is displayed,
recharge the battery before sampling.
Displayed Elapsed Run Time - Elapsed run time is displayed
continuously on the LCD. For elapsed times after 999 minutes,
the display still shows elapsed time, but alternates displaying
the first two digits of the elapsed time and the last three
digits. For example, a pump that has run for 1,440 minutes would
display first “01” and then “440.” The display maximum is
99 999, which is 99,999 minutes.
3
cont’d
Sampling with Impingers
Place an in-line trap between
the pump and the impinger. The
impinger and trap can be mounted
to the sampler using the accessory
mounting screws (Figure 1, #8) or
placed in a holster at the worker’s
waist.
Impinger sampling requires an
in-line trap (SKC Cat. No. 225-22 or
225-22-01) to prevent fumes from
accidentally being drawn into the
sampler. Single or dual impinger/
trap holders (SKC Cat. No. 225-2001 or 225-20-02) may be mounted
directly to the face of the sampler
using the accessory mounting
screws.
Impinger holder on pump
with impinger and trap
Failure to use an appropriate in-line trap during impinger
sampling voids any warranty.
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.
8
Low Flow Applications (5 to 500 ml/min)
Using a CPC and Single Adjustable Low Flow Holder
5
1
4
3
6
7
1
LCD
2
Flow adjustment screw
3
On/Off button
4
Pump intake/inlet hose
barb
5
Protective control cover
6
Belt clip
7
Charging jack
8
Accessory mounting
screws
8
Figure 1
Front, back, and top views of AirChek 52 Sampler
For additional drawings, see pages 21 and 23.
Setup - Low Flow
1
Ensure that the battery is fully
charged before sampling. See page
5 for details.
After charging the
battery pack, it is good
practice to run the pump for
approximately 5 minutes before
calibrating. This ensures the
battery is in more steady-state
conditions and improves the
agreement in pre and postsampling calibrations.
9
Charger and battery
connected
Setting or Verifying Flow Rate - Low Flow
3
1 Pump intake
2 Tygon tubing
7
3 Constant Pressure
Controller (CPC)
1
4 Single Adjustable Low
Flow Holder
5
5 Protective cover for sample
tube
6 Flow adjust screw
(needle valve)
4
6
7 Collar Clip
Figure 2
Single Adjustable Low Flow Holder attached to AirChek 52
Ensure pump has run for 5 minutes before calibrating. Set the pump
flow rate at approximately 1.5 L/min (see Setting or Verifying Flow
Rate for High Flow Applications on page 7).
Connect a constant pressure controller (CPC) (Figure 2, #3) to the
pump intake (Figure 2, #1) using 1/4-inch Tygon tubing.
Using 1/4-inch tubing, connect the intake of the CPC to the outlet
of a single adjustable low flow holder (Figure 2, #4).
2
Insert an opened sorbent tube into the
holder’s rubber sleeve with the arrow on
the tube pointing toward the holder.
Connect a calibrator to the exposed end
of the sorbent tube.
Calibration train with
tube in low flow holder
Loosen the brass flow adjust screw on the low flow holder. Activate
the pump by pressing the on/off button (Figure 1, #3).
Adjust the flow rate by turning the flow
adjust screw (Figure 2, #6) on the adjustable
low flow holder until the calibrator indicates
the desired flow.
Do not adjust the flow on the pump.
Adjust the flow only by using the flow
adjust screw on the low flow holder.
continued on page 11
10
Flow adjust
screw
Turn screw to
adjust flow.
2
cont’d
When the desired flow is set, turn off the pump by pressing
the on/off button. Disconnect the calibrator.
Replace the sorbent tube used for setting the flow with a new
unexposed sorbent tube for sample collection.
Place the appropriate size tube cover over the tube (Figure 2,
#5), and screw it into place on the low flow holder.
Sampling - Low Flow
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.
3
For personal sampling, clip the low
flow holder to the worker in the
breathing zone and the pump to the
worker’s belt.
Clip holder to worker
and pump to belt.
Press the on/off button to clear the elapsed time display
and to start sampling. Record the start time. The LCD will
automatically track elapsed pump run time.
At the end of the sampling period, press the on/off button and
record stop time.
To return to high flow, remove the CPC and low flow holder.
For possible displays during sampling, see page 8.
11
Low Flow Applications (5 to 500 ml/min)
Using CPC & Multiple-tube Adjustable Low Flow Holder
Accessories
2
2
1
6
Top view of
adjustment screws
1 Anti-tamper cover
2 Flow adjust screws
3 Rubber sleeve
3
7
4 Sorbent sample tube
5 Protective cover
4
6 Clothing clip
5
7 Low flow holder outlet
Figure 3
Quad Adjustable Low Flow Holder
Setup - Multiple Tube
For a diagram of the pump, see Figure 1, page 9.
Ensure that the battery is fully
charged before sampling. See
page 5 for details.
1
After charging the battery
pack, it is good practice to run
the pump for approximately 5
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
connected
12
Setting or Verifying Flow Rate - Multiple Tube
When performing multiple-tube sampling using an
adjustable low flow holder (dual, tri, or quad), ensure the
pump flow rate is set at 1.5 L/min. The maximum flow
rate through any one tube is 500 ml/min*. Calculate the
sum of all tube flow rates. If the sum is ≤1000 ml/min,
proceed with calibration and sampling without any further
adjustment to the pump flow rate. If the sum is >1000 ml/
min, set the pump flow rate 15% higher than the sum of
tube flow rates.
* Back pressure across some sample tubes can be higher than average.
In these instances, the maximum flow rate of 500 ml/min per tube
may not be achieved.
Before use, allow pump to equilibrate after moving it from
one temperature extreme to another.
Set pump flow rate to 1.5 L/min. Connect a constant pressure
controller (CPC) (Figure 2, page 10) to the pump intake
(Figure 2, #1) using 1/4-inch Tygon tubing.
2
Using 1/4-inch tubing, connect the intake of a CPC (Figure
2, #3) to the outlet of a multiple-tube adjustable low flow
holder (Figure 3, #7).
Insert an opened sorbent tube into each rubber sleeve of the
low flow holder (Figure 3, #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 CPC to pump
intake, holder to CPC,
and tube inlet to
calibrator.
Note the flow rates specified 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 flow rate by 1.15 and set the pump for that flow rate.
continued on page 14
13
Connect a calibrator to the exposed end of a sorbent
tube, loosen the screw on the appropriate port of the low
flow holder, and activate the pump by pressing the on/
off button.
Turn the brass flow adjust screw (Figure 3, #2) on the
low flow holder until the desired flow rate is achieved.
Turn clockwise to decrease flow.
Do not adjust the flow on the pump. Adjust the flow
only by using the flow adjust screw on the low flow
holder. Observe tube flow rate on calibrator.
2
cont’d
When the desired flow is set
Screw
on the initial tube, turn off the Screw
pump by pressing the on/off
button. Remove the calibrator
from the tube and connect to the
exposed end of the next sorbent
Figure 4 tube. Press the pump’s on/
Cut-away of Tri/Quad Low
off button and repeat the flow
Flow Holder
adjust process until all tubes are
flow calibrated. Changing the flow on one tube will
not affect the flow rate through the remaining tubes.
For tri and quad models, first rotate each anti-tamper
cover (Figures 3 [on page 12] and 4) to expose the
flow adjust screw, then adjust until calibrator indicates
the desired flow.
When the flow rate is set for each tube, press the
pump’s on/off button and disconnect the calibrator.
Replace the sampling media used for calibration
with unexposed media for sample collection. Use a
protective tube cover to prevent tube breakage.
14
Sampling - Multiple Tube
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.
3
For personal sampling, clip the low
flow holder to the worker in the
breathing zone and the pump to the
worker’s belt.
Clip holder to worker and
pump to belt.
Press the on/off button to clear the elapsed time display
and to start sampling. Record the start time. The LCD
will automatically track elapsed pump run time.
At the end of the sampling period, press the on/off
button and record stop time.
To return to high flow, remove the CPC and low flow
holder.
For possible displays during sampling, see page 8.
15
Maintenance
Pump Inlet Filter
The AirChek 52 Sampler is fitted with a filter/trap just below the
pump intake. This prevents particles from being drawn into the pump
mechanism. The filter should be replaced periodically. Follow this
procedure:
1. Grip the inlet hose barb (Figure 1, #4 on page 9)
and unscrew it counterclockwise.
2. Holding the pump upside down, use a small
flathead screwdriver or tweezers to remove
filter.
3. Place a new filter in the intake. Ensure the
rubber gasket inside the inlet hose barb is still
in place.
4. Screw the inlet hose barb back into place.
Replacing the Battery Pack
To enhance battery life, SKC ships battery packs separate from
the pump (see Charging the Battery Pack on page 5). Once installed,
completely charge the battery pack before operating the pump. It
may be necessary to charge the battery a few times before maximum
battery capacity is achieved.
1. Loosen two security screws on bottom of pump case and allow them to
fall to the out position.
2. Pinch battery pack release arms and pull
Battery
the bottom half of the pump case away
pack
from the top half.
release
arms
3. Align arms on top half of case with slots
on either side of the new battery pack
Battery
housing. Ensure the back of the battery
pack
pack with the charging jack is on the
Security
same side as the belt clip.
screws
4. Slide battery pack up until arms click into
in out
position
place.
5. Push each security screw into the battery pack housing and tighten.
Use of a repaired or rebuilt battery pack voids any warranty
and the UL Listing for intrinsic safety.
For information on SKC pump battery packs,
visit http://www.skcinc.com/instructions/1756.pdf.
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Battery Eliminator
The Battery Eliminator is an accessory that converts alternating
current (AC) to direct current (DC) from which the pump can be
operated for extended runs. The Battery Eliminator should be
used in non-hazardous locations only. See page 24 for ordering.
To use the Battery Eliminator, the battery pack must be removed
from the pump (see Maintenance, Replacing the Battery Pack).
The Battery Eliminator is comprised of two pieces, (1) a wall
cube that converts AC voltage to DC voltage and (2) a power
adapter that reduces DC voltage. The wall cube fits into a standard
wall outlet and its plug end is inserted into the power adapter. The
power adapter is fitted on the pump in place of the battery pack.
Use of the battery eliminator to power the pump voids the UL
Listing for intrinsic safety.
17
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.
3. Ship to SKC, freight prepaid, to the following address:
SKC Inc.
National Service Center
863 Valley View Road
Eighty Four, PA 15330
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.
Note: 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.
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Replacement Parts
Internal Stack Parts
No.
1A-C*
2
2A
3
4
5A-B*
6
7
8
9
Description
Stack Screws
Inlet/Hose Connect
Replacement Inlet Filter (pk/10)
Pulsation Dampener
Stack Plate
Valve Plates (Top and Bottom)
Diaphragm/Yoke Assembly
Pump Body
Motor/Eccentric
Pump Base Plate
Cat. No.
P51891
P20106
P40370
P2010802
N/A
P213201
P2129B
P22417G
P518803
P20102
Full Stack without Motor
P20102A
*Multiple sections of stack included (as indicated in drawing)
Parts not indicated in illustration
N/A
PC Board
N/A
Screw and O-ring Set
(complete for one pump)
P79592
P22402
Use only SKC-approved parts to ensure reliable performance. Failure to
do so voids any warranty.
Failure to follow warnings and cautions voids any warranty.
See page 21 for drawing.
20
Replacement Parts
Internal Stack
See parts listing on page 20
1A
2
2A
3
1B
4
5A
6
7
8
5B
9
1C
21
Replacement Parts
External Case Parts
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Description
Battery Pack, NiCad or
Battery Pack, NiMH
Battery Pack Release Arms
Battery Pack Security Screws
Compensation Pot A
Compensation Pot B
Power Plug for Battery Pack (pk/5)
Charging Jack (on rear of battery pack)
Impinger Holder Mounting Screws
Inlet
Control Cover
Flow Adjustment Screw
Power Switch (on/off)
Belt Clip (not shown)
LCD
External Case
Cat. No.
P78011A
P78011AMH
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
P20107
N/A
N/A
P20106
P20105
N/A
N/A
P20104
P72391
P2010003
Use only SKC-approved parts to ensure reliable performance. Failure to
do so voids the UL Listing for intrinsic safety and any warranty.
Use of a repaired or rebuilt battery pack voids any warranty and the UL
Listing for intrinsic safety.
Failure to follow warnings and cautions voids any warranty.
See page 23 for drawing.
22
Replacement Parts
External Case Parts
See parts listing on page 22
10
9
14
11
Airchek 52
12
8
15
®
2
2
1
7
3
Bottom of pump
without battery pack
13
6
5
4
23
3
Optional Accessories
Calibrator
Defender Primary Standard Calibrator,
50 to 5000 ml/min, includes battery,
charger (100-240 V), software, and
serial cable
Cat. No.
Low Flow Sampling Accessories:
Single Holder (included in Low Flow Kit below)
Dual Holder
Tri Holder
Quad Holder
Constant Pressure Controller (CPC)
(included in Low Flow Kit below)
Low Flow (5 to 500 ml/min) Adapter Kit
includes CPC, single adjustable low flow
holder, and Type A tube cover
Cat. No.
224-26-01
224-26-02
224-26-03
224-26-04
Protective Sample Tube Covers:
Type
For tubes up to:
A
70 mm long (standard charcoal)
(included in Low Flow Kit above)
B
110 mm long (large charcoal)
C
150 mm long
D
220 mm long
Battery Maintenance:
PowerFlex Charging System
5-station, 100-240 V
Single, 100-240 V
PowerFlex Cable for AirChek 52
Battery Eliminator, for sampling using
line voltage, use voids the UL Listing
for intrinsic safety
Replacement Battery Pack, NiCad
Replacement Battery Pack, NiMH
717-510M
224-26-CPC
210-500
Cat. No.
224-29A
224-29B
224-29C
224-29D
Cat. No.
223-1000
223-2000
223-1004
223-300
P78011A
P78011AMH
Pump Accessories:
Screwdriver Set (included with pump)
Protective Nylon Pouch with belt and
shoulder strap, available in:
Black
High-profile Red
Noise reducing, Black
Cat. No.
224-11
224-88
224-96A
224-96C
Protective
Nylon Pouch
Use of a repaired or rebuilt battery pack voids any warranty and the UL
Listing for intrinsic safety.
Failure to follow warnings and cautions voids any warranty.
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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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