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AS-BUILT & FINAL INSPECTION REPORT
NORtrIIEAST UTILITIES SERVICE COMPANY
WESTERN MASSACHUSETTS
ELECTRIC COMPANY
SILVER LAKE SUBSTATION
PITTSFIELD, MASSACIIUSETTs
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Berlin, Connecticut 06037
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Executive Sum mary ..........................................................
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1.00 Introduction.......................................................... I
1.10 Site Description And History ............................................................
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Samples
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Analytical
1.11 Historical Laboratory
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Samples
1.12 Historical Laboratory Analytical Results Of Groundwater
1.20 Remediation Objectives............................................-----------------------...............................................4
2.00 Construction & Implementation.....................................---------------------...---......5
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2.20 Subsurface Conduit Installation ..............................................-Installation.........................................6
Component
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2.30 Sparge
2.40 B aseline M onitoring ................................. - .... ---------------------------------------------....................................
2.50 System Start-Up And Monitoring............................................6
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2.60 Deviation From RIP............................---.........
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FIGURES:
Figure 1 - Site Locus
Figure 2 - Site Plan
Figure 3-1 Construction Details
Figure 3-2 Process & Instrumentation
Figure 3-3 Process & Instrumentation
Figure 3-4 Process & Instrumentation
Figure 3-5 Process & Instrumentation
Diagram
Diagram
Diagram
Diagram
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Low Pressure Sparge System A
Low Pressure Sparge System B
High Pressure Sparge System
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TABLES:
Table 1 - Groundwater Monitoring Data
Table 2 - Concentrations of Metals, Minerals, and Nutrients
Table 3 - System Operating Data
APPENDICES:
Appendix A- Laboratory Analytical Reports
Appendix B- Soil Boring & Well Installation Logs
Appendix C- Equipment Specifications
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FIGURES:
Figure 1 - Site Locus
Figure 2 - Site Plan
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Construction Details
Process & Instrumentation
Process & Instrumentation
Process & Instrumentation
Process & Instrumentation
Diagram
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Low Pressure Sparge System A
Low Pressure Sparge System B
High Pressure Sparge System
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TABLES:
Table I - Groundwater Monitoring Data
Table 2 - Concentrations of Metals, Minerals, and Nutrients
Table 3 - System Operating Data
APPENDICES:
Appendix A- Laboratory Analytical Reports
Appendix B- Soil Boring & Well Installation Logs
Appendix C- Equipment Specifications
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Environmental Compliance Services, Inc. (ECS) was retained by Northeast Utilities Service
Company (NUSCO) to perform Phase IV Comprehensive Remedial Response Actions for Western
Massachusetts Electric Company's (WMECO) facility identified as Silver Lake Substation located on
Silver Lake Boulevard, in Pittsfield, Massachusetts (here-in-after referred to as the site). The Phase IV
was conducted pursuant to Section 310 CMR 40.0870 of the Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP).
The site is currently listed by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) as a
Tier II disposal site.
The Phase II - Comprehensive Site Assessment, which was completed in April, 1997,
documented that No Significant Risk exists to human health from exposure to surface and subsurface
soils and groundwater for non-residential receptors. Potential receptors evaluated in the Phase II
included children and adult trespassers, several "classes" of industrial employees and construction
workers. Residential exposures were not evaluated as site closure was assumed to be supported by an
Activity and Use Limitation (AUL).
Concentrations of total petroleum hydrocarbons (TPH) and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
(PAHs) at several locations in the site soils and groundwater were documented in the MCP Phase II Comprehensive Site Assessment (WMECO Phase II, 1997) as exceeding Upper Concentration Limits
(UCLs). UCL TPH exceedances were observed in groundwater samples collected from groundwater
monitoring well MW-16 and recovery well RW-l in July, 1996. Prior sampling events had documented
UCL TPH exceedances in several of the groundwater monitoring wells at the site. Exceedances of the
MCP Method I Risk Characterization GW-2 standard for C9-C 1 8 aliphatic hydrocarbons were also
noted during the July, 1996 sampling round for groundwater samples collected from MW-2, MW-3,
MW-16, and RW-l. The Phase II also indicated that the same groundwater monitoring wells had
exceedances of the MCP Method I Risk Characterization GW-3 standard for Cli-C22 aromatic
hydrocarbons. However, the promulgated MCP GW-3 standard for ClI-C 2 2 aromatic hydrocarbons of
30 milligrams per liter (mg/I) in October, 1997, is greater than the proposed standard of 3 mg/1 presented
in the Phase II report. Consequently, no exceedarices of the MCP GW-3 standard for C1I-C 2 2 aromatic
hydrocarbons existed during the sampling round conducted in July, 1996. A UCL exceedance of the
standard for C 1 1-C 2 2 aromatic hydrocarbons was also observed in the soil sample collected from 5'-7'
bgs during the installation of the spargepoint. Re-sampling of groundwater monitoring wells MW-2 and
MW-16 in March, 1998 documented the continued exceedance of MCP GW-2 and GW-3 standards by
C9 -C 18 aliphatic hydrocarbons. No exceedances were observed of the MCP GW-2 or GW-3 standards
for C1 1 -C 2 2 aromatic hydrocarbon or PAHs.
Owing to the exceedance of the TPH UCL in the groundwater, the UCL exceedance of Ci I-C22
aromatic hydrocarbons in the soil, and the periodic presence of light non-aqueous phase liquid (LNAPL)
petroleum in the immediate vicinity of RW-1, the statement could not be made that a condition of No
Significant Risk of harm to public welfare and the environment exists for future conditions;
consequently, WMECO will continue the performance of response actions under the MCP.
Following the completion of the MCP Phase II, a Phase III Identification, Evaluation, and
Selection of Comprehensive Remedial Action Alternatives and a Remedial Action Plan (RAP) was
completed. The RAP evaluated several remedial alternatives for the site. A detailed evaluation was
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conducted as part of the RAP for continued operation of the existing groundwater pump and treat system,
as well as the installation and operation of a two phase vapor extraction system, and an in-situ
bioremediation system. The remedial action alternative selected in the RAP was in-situ bioremediation.
This remedial alternative was selected in order to reduce UCL exceedances of TPH below the MCP
Method 1 Risk Characterization GW-3 standard. None of the remedial alternatives evaluated could
feasibly achieve background due to both technical uncertainties and additional costs that are not justified
by the benefits of achieving background.
A Phase IV Remedial Implementation Plan (RIP), which provided the engineering concepts and
design criteria to be used for the construction of the Comprehensive Remedial Action at this site, was
prepared during May 1998. Implementation of the RIP occurred during the period from October 1999
through January 2000, and included the installation of 17 air-sparge wells, and the installation of the
remediation equipment and controls into an existing site building.
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1.00 INTRODUCTION
Environmental Compliance Services (ECS) Inc. has completed the implementation of Phase IV
Comprehensive Remedial Actions on behalf of Western Massachusetts Electric Company (WMECO)
for the remediation of residual total petroleum hydrocarbons (TPH) and polycyclic aromatic
hydrocarbons (PAHs) associated with a release of #2 fuel oil on April 24, 1989 at WMECO's Silver
Lake Substation located on Silver Lake Boulevard in Pittsfield, Massachusetts (here-in-after referred to
as the "site"). The release of #2 fuel oil was observed at the north end of the former gas turbine concrete
pads, between turbine units #11 and #12. Subsequent investigation by O'Brien and Gere in 1989 (Phase
I - Limited Site Assessment, O'Brien and Gere, 1989) determined that free phase petroleum was present
beneath the turbine pads at thicknesses of up to 5 feet, and that the source of the release was a failure of
the fuel supply line. O'Brien and Gere estimated in their Phase II - Comprehensive Site Assessment
(1990) that the total volume of petroleum released at the site was 31,500 gallons of fuel oil. A Notice of
Responsibility (NOR) was issued by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP)
on April 27, 1989 and RTN 1-0000623 was issued at that time.
Phase IV activities were conducted pursuant to Section 310 CMR 40.0870 of the Massachusetts
Contingency Plan (MCP). The site is currently listed by the DEP as a Tier II disposal site.
1.10 SITE DESCRIPTION AND HISTORY
Silver Lake Substation is located on Silver Lake Boulevard approximately 0.5 miles northeast of
the center of Pittsfield. The property is bordered to the north by Amtrak Railroad right-of -way, to the
east by General Electric Company, to the west by light industry, and to the south by Silver Lake across
Silver Lake Boulevard. Adjacent areas to the north, east, and south of the site are zoned as General
Industry, and the abutting parcel to the west across Fourth Street is zoned as Light Industry.
Silver Lake Substation is generally level except for localized drainage swales. Access ways to
the site are paved with bituminous concrete asphalt. The balance of the site is covered with crushed
stone or grass landscaped areas. Surface drainage at the site is directed to culverts which discharge
toward Silver Lake. The majority of the site is mapped within the 100-year floodway and flood
boundary (FEMA, 1979). Surface water bodies in the vicinity of the site, include Silver Lake, located
approximately 50' south of the site across Silver Lake Boulevard.
A steam generating facility was built over the north central section of the site in 1906. The
facility was fueled by coal that was brought by rail and stockpiled on the site. Draglines were used to
haul coal across the yard to the generating facility. The steam generating facility was demolished in the
mid 1960's, and the demolition debris was used as fill material on the site. Four oil-fired gas turbine
generators (Units 10, 11, 12, and 13) were installed during the 1960's in the central portion of the site. #2
fuel oil was supplied to the turbines from a 340,000-gallon above ground storage tank (AST) to the west
of the turbines and from a 420,000-gallon reserve AST south of the turbines. In 1996, the turbines were
dismantled and removed and the ASTs and associated conduits cleaned and removed. A 1,000-gallon #2
fuel oil UST is still present on the site, and supplies the fuel for the furnace in the on-site building.
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WMECO installed two recovery wells at the site in 1990. A groundwater recovery and treatment
system was subsequently installed at the site consisting of a water table depression pump, a product
recovery pump, a 5,000-gallon oil/water separator, and two 55-gallon liquid phase granular activated
carbon (GAC) adsorption canisters. WMECO commenced groundwater and product recovery from
recovery well RW-1 in January, 1990, as a short term measure. The drawdown in RW-l varies from 8 to
12 feet below ground surface. Since 1990, WMECO has recovered 26,644 gallons of #2 fuel oil and
treated approximately 13 million gallons of petroleum contaminated groundwater based on an assumed
continuous operation of the system at approximately 4 gallons per minute (gpm).
The groundwater recovery and treatment system has reduced dissolved concentrations of TPH
and benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, and total xylenes (BTEX) in the groundwater. TPH concentrations
in RW-1 have been reduced from 260 milligrams per liter (mg/1) in 1989 to <16 mg/I in July, 1996; and
total BTEX concentrations have been reduced from 855 micrograms per liter (ug/l) in 1989, to less than
68.4 ug/l in July, 1996.
1.11 Historical Laboratory Analytical Results of Soil Samples
Soil samples collected during the 1996 field investigation were analyzed for volatile
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organic compounds (VOC), PAHs, and extractable petroleum hydrocarbons (EPH).
MADEP EPH analytical method determines the concentration of each of three petroleum
hydrocarbon fractions: C9 -C 1 8 aliphatic hydrocarbons, C 1 9 -C 3 6 aliphatic hydrocarbons, and
C I 1-C 2 2 aromatic hydrocarbons.
Exceedances of the MCP Method I Risk Characterization S-1 standard of 1,000
milligrams per kilogram (mg/kg) or parts per million (ppm) for C9 -C 1 8 aliphatic hydrocarbons
and 800 ppm for the CI 1 -C 2 2 aromatic hydrocarbons were documented for soil samples SS-6
collected from monitoring well MW-4, SS-7 from MW-6, SS-8 from MW-3, SS-4 from between
pads #10 & #11, and from the vent well and sparge point. One surface soil sample, SB-2, had a
concentration of <3,750 ppm C1 0 -C 2 2 aromatic hydrocarbons in May, 1996. Collection of a
duplicate sample in July, 1996 determined that the C 1 0 -C 2 2 aromatic concentration was 2 ppm.
The concentration of C9 -C1 8 aliphatics ranged from 1,035 ppm in SS-6 from MW-4 at a depth
of 5' to 7' below ground surface (bgs) to 4,581 ppm in SS-3 from the spargepoint at a depth of 5'
to 7' bgs. The concentration of the C1O-C2 2 aromatics ranged from 1,344 ppm in SS-6 from
MW-4 at a depth of 5' to 7' bgs to 10,026 ppm in SS-3 from the spargepoint from a depth of 5' to
7' bgs. The C 1 0 -C 2 2 aromatics concentration of 10,026 ppm in SS-3 from the spargepoint from
a depth of 5' to 7' bgs exceeded the applicable UCL of 10,000 ppm. All C9 -C18 aliphatic and
C 1 0 -C 2 2 aromatic concentrations were below applicable standards for soil samples collected at
depths greater than 7' except for the soil sample, SS-2, collected from 10'-12' bgs during the
installation of the vent well. Soil sample SS-2 from the vent well had a C 1 0 -C 2 2 aromatic
concentration of 2,006 ppm.
Exceedances of some of the PAH Method 1 standards were noted for subsurface samples
collected from the vent well, sparge point, between pads #10 and #11, MW-4, and MW-6 as well
as the surface soil samples collected from SB-2, MW-12, and MW-13. No VOCs were detected
in any of the soil samples analyzed above their respective MCP Method 1 Risk Characterization
S-1 standards.
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1.12 Historical Laboratory Analytical Results of Groundwater Samples
Groundwater samples collected in July, 1996 from each of the monitoring wells at the
Site were analyzed for VOCs, PAHs, EPH, and TPH by IR. Significant discrepancies between
the TPH concentration as indicated by the combined alkane and aromatic fractions from the EPH
analysis and the TPH concentration detected by IR were observed in all of the groundwater
samples. Groundwater exceedances of the Upper Concentration Limits (UCLs) for TPH
(detected by IR) were noted in groundwater samples collected from groundwater monitoring well
MW-16 and recovery well RW-l in July, 1996.
Exceedances of the MCP Method 1 Risk Characterization GW-2 standard of 1,000 ug/1
for the EPH C 9 -CI 8 aliphatic fraction of TPH were documented for the groundwater samples
collected from MW-2, MW-3, MW-16, and RW-l in July, 1996. The concentration of C9 -C 1 8
aliphatics ranged from an average of 1,207 ug/ in MW-3 to 5,173 ug/l in MW-16. The
concentration of the C 1 0 -C 2 2 aromatics ranged from an average of 7,827 ug/1 in MW-3 to
17,686 ug/l in MW-16, below the MCP Method 1 Risk Characterization GW-3 standard of
30,000 ug/l. PAH concentrations less than 1,000 ug/l were observed in the groundwater samples
from MW-2, MW-3, MW-16, and RW-1.
Maximum dissolved total BTEX concentrations in July, 1996 were 57 ug/l and 18.6 ug/l
in monitoring wells MW-3 and MW-4, respectively. Individual benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene,
and xylene concentrations are below their respective MCP Method 1 Risk Characterization GW2 and GW-3 standards for the groundwater samples collected from each of the monitoring wells.
Additional groundwater samples were collected in March, 1998 from groundwater
monitoring wells MW-2, MW-3, and MW-16 (Tables 1, and 2). Groundwater samples were
collected on March 16, 1998 and were analyzed for EPH, iron, manganese, hardness, alkalinity,
total and petroleum-utilizing microorganisms. All
ammonia, nitrate, orthophosphate, and
groundwater samples were obtained using dedicated disposable polyethylene bailers. Groundwater
concentrations of C 9 -C 1 8 aliphatics in samples collected from MW-2 and MW-16 in March,
1998 exceeded both the MCP Method I Risk Characterization GW-2 and GW-3 standards (Table
1). The C9 -C1 aliphatic concentration in the groundwater samples collected from MW-3 also
exceeded the GW-2 standard. None of the other parameters, (PAHs, etc.) analyzed for exceeded
an applicable regulatory standard.
Iron concentrations in the groundwater ranged from 23.3 mg/l in MW-3 to 28 mg/I in MW2, and manganese concentrations ranged from 1.46 mg/l to 1.63 mg/I (Table 2). Iron and
manganese concentrations were measured as total concentrations and included suspended and
colloidal particles. These total concentrations are low and not considered to pose a significant
threat to clogging of the aquifer upon their oxidation.
Ammonia, nitrate, and orthophosphate concentrations were all significantly below optimal
concentrations for biodegradation (Table 2). The presence of ammonia combined with the absence
of nitrate indicates that little or no oxygen is available for aerobic biodegradation, which would
convert the ammonia to nitrate.
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1.20 REMEDIATION OBJECTIVES
The results of the Method 3 Risk Characterization presented in WMECO's Phase II Comprehensive Site Assessment dated April, 1997, indicated that a condition of No Significant Risk
exists for the site groundwater and soils presuming non-residential use for the foreseeable future;
however, UCL exceedances of TPH as well as CI-C 2 2 aromatic hydrocarbons obligate WMECO to
continue response actions at the site in accordance with the MCP in order to obtain a Permanent
Solution. Additionally, the periodic presence of light non-aqueous phase liquid (LNAPL) petroleum in
the immediate vicinity of RW-1 must be addressed.
The proposed remedial alternative, in-situ bioremediation, was selected as the best available
technology to meet the overall remediation objectives for the proposed Phase IV. This conclusion was
based on the technologies ability to economically reduce the residual PAH and EPH contaminant
concentrations applicable UCLs and, to the extent practical, below MCP Method 1 Risk Characterization
Standards.
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2.00 CONSTRUCTION & IMPLEMENTATION
2.10 AIR SPARGE WELL INSTALLATION
During the week of October 16 1999, ECS personnel installed 17 air-sparge wells, which are
identified as AS-I through AS-17 on Figure 2, using a hollow-stem auger drill rig. The upper five feet of
each soil boring was excavated by hand to ensure that the drilling location was clear of un-marked
utilities. Continuous discrete split-spoon samples were collected during the installation of AS-1, AS-7,
AS-8 and AS-13 to ensure that the sparge wells would not be set below a pneumatically-impermeable
layer of soil (i.e. resistant to sparge gas flow). Soil samples were screened for total organic vapors
(TOV) via the headspace method using a Photovac Model 2020 Photo-ionization detector (PID)
calibrated to a benzene reference standard. Details of the sample lithology, color, moisture content and
TOV screening results are provided on the Soil Boring and Well Installation Logs, included as Appendix
B. Samples were not collected during the installation of the remainder of the airsparge wells. Soils
encountered during the drilling program generally consisted of poorly sorted sands, with varying
amounts of silt and cobbles.
The sparge wells were installed at depths ranging from 15 to 18 feet below grade surface and are
constructed with 2.1-inch diameter KVA Microporous Sparge points and solid PVC riser to grade. The
wells' annular space is filled with No. 00 silica sandpack to approximately 2 feet above each sparge
point. Above the sandpack, bentonite seals were emplaced to the top of the observed water table.
Details of the well construction of each well is provided in the Boring and Well Installation Logs
(Appendix B).
2.20 SUBSURFACE CONDUIT INSTALLATION
During the week of October 25 1999, ECS personnel completed the installation of the subsurface
conduits and air sparge well road-boxes. Each sparge well is individually connected to the remediation
enclosure with 1-inch diameter polyethylene tubing that was installed into common trenches. The
locations of the trenches are indicated on the Site Plan (Figure 2). Construction details of the sparge
well-heads and trench are provided on Figure 3-1.
At the conclusion of the conduit installation process, each leg was pressure tested to ensure the
conduit was free of pneumatic leaks. In addition, air sparge break-out pressure testing was conducted to
ensure that the selected air compressor was sufficient to provide a minimum airflow of 4 cubic feet per
minute (cfm) to the sparge wells. Results of the break-out tests are included on Process and
Instrumentation Diagrams (PIDs), included as Figures 3-2 through 3-5.
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2.30 SPARGE SYSTENI COMPONENT INSTALLATION
The results of the air sparge break-out test indicated that the sparge wells had highly variable
pressure requirements (see Figures 3-2 through 3-4). To accommodate these requirements, the system
was constructed with three separate manifolds connected to three air compressors. Two GAST Model
3080 rotary vane air compressors were installed to supply air to the low pressure air-sparge wells. A
Speedaire Model 5F563 piston compressor was installed for the high-pressure wells (AS-1, AS-5, AS-9,
AS-10, AS-12, and AS-13). Compressor specifications are provided in Appendix C. The construction
and components of each sparge system are summarized on Figures 3-2 through 3-5. These components,
and an upgraded electric service, were installed into an existing enclosure located west of the sparge
wells.
2.40 BASELINE MONITORING
To obtain baseline groundwater quality data, a groundwater sampling event was conducted prior
to system activation. The sampling event included the gauging and sampling of monitoring wells MW-1,
MW-9, MW-10, and MW-16. Sampling was conducted via the low-flow sample collection procedure
using a peristaltic pump and dedicated plastic tubing. During the sample collection procedure,
groundwater pH, specific conductivity and temperature are monitored continuously in a flow through
cell. When these parameters stabilize, the laboratory sample is collected. This method is preferred over
traditional bailer sampling as it significantly reduces the amount of silt and clays which are stirred up in
the well and subsequently included in the groundwater sample.
Following collection, each sample was placed in a cooler and delivered to Spectrum Analytical
in Agawam, Massachusetts for analysis of EPH via the Massachusetts DEP EPH Method. Results of the
sampling event, which are included on Table 1, indicate that significant attenuation may have occurred
since the March 1998 sampling event and that dissolved phase EPH concentrations are currently meeting
Method 1 Groundwater Standards. Future groundwater sample rounds will determine if the reduction in
dissolved-phase hydrocarbon concentrations is a result of natural attenuation and operation of the
existing pump and treat system, or if it is a result of seasonal fluctuations.
2.50 SYSTEM START-UP AND MONITORING
The low-pressure air-sparge compressors were activated on January 11, 2000. The manifolds
have been set to evenly distribute the flow of compressed air to each well connected to these manifolds.
Table 3 summarizes the operating pressures and airflows of the systems during the 11 January start-up
and subsequent site visits on January 13 and January 18.
Operation and maintenance (O&M) will be performed twice a month during the first four months
of operation. Subsequent to this period, maintenance will be performed on a monthly basis. Dissolved
oxygen concentrations and reduction oxidation potential will be measured at monitoring wells in the
treatment zone once per month. Respiration testing will be performed on a quarterly basis. The first
respiration event is planned for week of January 25, 2000. O&M procedures are provided in the
Operation and Maintenance Manual, provided under separate cover.
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It should be noted that the groundwater recovery and treatment system, which has been operated
; February 2000. The purpose of this system
as a Short Term Measure, will be deactivated prior to {
was to contain and recover LNAPL and associated dissolved-phase hydrocarbons. Because LNAPL is no
longer present, and because the sparge system has been designed to achieve a Permanent Solution,
continuing to operate and maintain the system would not provide significant utility. In the event that
changes in site conditions warrant reactivation of the system, this action would be taken only after
appropriate notification to the MADEP.
2.60 DEVIATION FROM RIP
1998
(and associated justifications) from the May
The following are summaries of deviations
RIP:
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The RIP proposed utilizing bioventing (performed as soil vapor extraction, or SVE) in
conjunction with air sparging. The purpose of the proposed venting was twofold: Firstly, the
process would capture and treat vapors created by the sparging process. Secondly, venting
would pull soil gas into the wells which draws oxygen-rich air from outside the zone of impact
into the treatment zone, subsequently increasing the oxygen concentration of the soil gas and
increasing the rate of microbial degradation. The installed sparge system increases the oxygen
concentration of the soil gas by supplying a higher airflow into a denser well network. (The
sparge wells will be operated at a flow rate 5 - 10 times higher than that proposed in the RIP.)
The associated vapors created by this sparging will be degraded in-situ in the treatment zone
which acts as a bio-reactor. Operating a bioremediation system in this manner prevents the
drying of soils, which can inhibit microbial activity and eliminates the need for off-gas
treatment. This modification was made based upon experience with similar remediation systems
and guidance from the Environmental Protection Agency. (EPA-Biovent Manual 1996)
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The RIP proposed the utilization of an Ingersol Rand 2475N5-TP compressor. To accommodate
the increase in sparge airflow, and the higher than anticipated operating pressure of AS-1, AS-5,
AS-9, AS-10, AS-12, and AS-13, two GAST rotary vane compressors and a piston compressor
were installed.
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The RIP proposed to have air sparge control valves located at the wellheads. To reduce labor,
costs, and difficulty associated with operation and maintenance, all system controls and flow
meters are centrally located in the remediation enclosure.
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Inorganic Groundwater Analyses Summary
NUSCO Silver Lake Substation
Silver Lake Blvd.
Pittsfield, Massachusetts
March 1998 - January 2000
Monitoring
Well
MW-1
Sampling
Date
10Jan00
Nitrate
(mg/L)
<0.1
Sulfate
(mg/L)
5.4
Orthophosphate
(mg/L)
0.15
Iron
(mg/L)
NA
Manganese
(mg/L)
NA
MW-2
16Mar98
0.11
NA
<0.15
28
1.46
MW-3
16Mar98
<0.1
NA
<0.15
23.3
1.63
MW-9
10 Jan 00
0.14
50
<0.15
NA
NA
MW-10
10 Jan 00
<0.1
<1.0
<0.15
NA
NA
MW-16
16Mar98
10 Jan 00
0.11
0.12
NA
31
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<0.15
24.1
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1.5
NA
NA is not available,
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APPENDIX A
Laboratory Analytical Reports
SPECTRUI ANALYTICAL, INC.
Featuring
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1/14/00
Attn: Doug McVey
Client Project Number:
Laboratory ID
Location: NUSCO-Silver Lake Pitts, MA
50062
Client Sample ID
AB69911
MW-I
AB69912
MW-9
AB69913
MW-10
AB69914
MW-16
Analyses Requested
Separatory Funnel Extraction
EPH Aliphatics/Aromatics
EPH Target PAH Analytes
Orthowhosphate
Nitrate
Sulfate
Separatory Funnel Extraction
EPH AliphaticsiAromatics
EPH Target PAH Analytes
Orthophosphate
Nitrate
Sulfate
Separatory Funnel Extraction
EPH Aliphatics/Aromatics
EPH Target PAH Analytes
Ortho phosphate
Nitrate
Sulfate
Separatory Funnel Extraction
EPH Aliphatics/Aromatics
EPH Target PAH Analytes
Orthophosphate
Nitrate
Sulfate
ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSES
II Almgren Drke- Agawam. Massachusas 01001 e 413-789-9018 ' Fax 413-789-4076
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SPECTRUM ANALIICAL, INC.
Featuring
HANIIIA!,TECHNO0OGY
Client Project Number:
Laboratory ID
50062
Location: NJSCO-Silver Lake Pitts, MA
Client Sample ID
Analyses Requested
I attest that all information contained within this report has been reviewed for accuracy and checked against all quality
control requirements outlined in each applicable method including any data obtained from a subcontract laboratory.
President/Laboratory Director
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Page 2 of 2
SPECTRUM ANALYTICAL, INC.
Laboratory Report
Client Project No: 50062
Location: NUSCO-Silver Lake Pitts, MA
Client: ECS
Lab ID No: AB69911
Submittal Date: 1/10/00
Collection Date: 1/10/00
Matrix: Ground Water
Client Id: MW-1
Parameter
Results
Units
Reporting
Limit
Start Date
End Date
Analyst
Method
1/11/00
1/11/00
DS
SW846 3510C
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
TPH Preparation
Separatory Funnel Extraction
Completed
Petrolem Hydrocarbon Analysis
EPH Aliphatics/Aromatics
C9-C18 Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
C19-C36 Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
Not detected
Not detected
C 11-C22 Aromatic Hydrocarbons
Unadjusted Cl 1-C22 Aromatics
Carbon Chain Dilution Factor
EPH Target PAHAnalytes
Naphthalene
2-Methylnaphthalene
Acenaphthylene
Acenaphthene
Fluorene
Phenanthrene
Anthracene
Fluoranthene
Pyrene
Benzo (a) anthracene
Chrysene
Benzo (b) fluoranthene
Benzo (k) fluoranthene
Benzo (a) pyrene
Indeno (1,2,3-cd) pyrene
mg/L
0.5
0.5
mg/L
mg/L
mg/L
1
mg/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EP H 98-1
Not detected
Not detected
Not detected
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
Not detected
Not detected
Not detected
ug/L
1/13/00
ugfL
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH
MA EPH
MA EPH
MA EPH
MA EPH
Not detected
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
Not detected
Not detected
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1'
ug/L
ug/L
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
Not detected
Not detected
Not detected
Not detected
Not detected
Not detected
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
ug/L
ug/L
1/13/00
98-1
98-1
98-1
98-1
98-1
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH
MA EPH
MA EPH
MA EPH
MA EPH
MA EPH
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
57
103
102
ug/L
ug/L
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-11
5.4
mg/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
Dibenzo (a,h) anthracene
Benzo (g,h,i) perylene
1-Chloro-octadecane Aliphatic (%SR)
Not detected
Not detected
42
Ortho-Terphenyl Aromatic (%SR)
2-Bromonaphthalene Fractionation (%SR)
2-Fluorobiphenyl Fractionation (%SR)
Target Analyte Dilution Factor
ug/L
ug/L
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
ug/L
ug/L
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
98-1i
98-1
93-1
98-1
98-1
98-1.
MA EPH 98-1
General Chemistry
Sulfate
1.0
SS
SM4500-SO4E
Page Iof6
Collection Date: 1/10/00
Matrix: Ground Water
Lab ID No: AB69911
Client Id: MW-1
Parameter
Units
Results
Reporting Start Date
End Date
Analyst
Method
Limit
Subcontracted Analysis
lim
Nitrate
Below det
Orthophosphate
Below det lin
mg/L
0.10
1/11/00
1/12/00
PX
EPA 353.3
mg/L
0.15
1/11/00
1/12/00
PX
EPA 365.1
Page 2 of 6
Collection Date: 1/10/00
Lab ID No: AB69912
Client Id: MW-9
Parameter
Results
Matrix: Ground Water
Units
Reporting
Limit
Start Date
End Date
Analyst
Method
1/11/00
1/11/00
DS
SW846 3510C
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
TPH Preparation
Separatory Funnel Extraction
Completed
Petrolem Hydrocarbon Analysis
EPHAliphatics/Aronatics
C9-C18 Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
C19-C36 Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
CII -C22 Aromatic Hydrocarbons
Not detected
mg/L
Not detected
Not detected
mg/L
Not detected
mg/L
1
mg/L
EPH Target PAH Analytes
Naphthalene
2-Methylnaphthalene
Acenaphthylene
Not detected
Not detected
Not detected
ug/L
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
1/13/00
NLA EPH 98-1
1/13/00
Acenaphthene
Not detected
ug/L
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
Fluorene
Phenanthrene
Anthracene
Fluoranthene
Pyrene
Bienzo (a) anthracene
Not detected
Not detected
Not detected
ug/L
ug/L
ug/L
ug/L
1/13/00
ug/L
Chrysene
Not detected
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 9S-1
Not detected
Not detected
Not detected
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
Benzo (b) fluoranthene
Benzo (k) fluoranthene
Not detected
Not detected
ug/L
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 93-1
Benzo (a) pyrene
Indeno (1,2,3-cd) pyrene
Not detected
Not detected
ug/L
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
Dibenzo (a,b) anthracene
Not detected
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
Benzo (g,h,i) perylene
Not detected
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
43
I-Chloro-octadecane Aliphatic (%SR)
Ortho-Terphenyl Aromatic (%SR)
55
2-Bromonaphthalene Fractionation (%SR) 106
ug/L
ug/L
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 93-1
MA EPH 98-1
2-Fluorobiphenyl Fractionation (%SR)
Target Analyte Dilution Factor
105
1
ug/L
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
50
mg/L
1.0
1/13/00
1/13/00
SS
SM4500-SO4E
Nitrate
0.14
mg/L
0.10
1/11/00
1/12/00
PX
EPA 353.3
Orthophosphate
Below det lim
mg/L
0.15
1/11/00
1/12/00
PX
EPA 365.1
Unadjusted C 1-C22 Aromatics
Carbon Chain Dilution Factor
m&IL
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
ug/L
MA EPH 9S-1
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 93-1
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-I
MA EPH 98-1
General Chemistry
Sulfate
Subcontracted Analysis
Page 3 of 6
Collection Date: 1/10/00
Matrix: Ground Water
Lab ID No: AB69913
Client Id: MW-10
Parameter
Results
Units
Reporting
Limit
Start Date
End Date
Analyst
Method
1/11/00
1/11/00
DS
SW846 3510C
TPH Preparation
Separatory Funnel Extraction
Completed
Petrolem Hydrocarbon Analysis
EPHAliphatics/Aronatics
0.3
0.4
mg/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
mg/L
1/13/00
0.9
1.1
mg/L
mg/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
mg/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
2-Methylnaphthalene
80
100
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
Acenaphthylene
Not detected
ug/L
1/13/00
Acenaphthene
ug/L
ug/L
ugfL
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
Phenanthrene
Not detected
Not detected
Not detected
1/13/00
1/13/00
Anthracene
Not detected
ug/L
Fluoranthene
Not detected
Not detected
ug/L
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
ug/L
ug/L
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
Benzo (b) fluoranthene
Not detected
Not detected
Not detected
Benzo (k) fluoranthene
Not detected
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
Benzo (a) pyrene
Not detected
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
Indeno (1,2,3-cd) pyrene
Not detected
Dibenzo (a,h) anthracene
Not detected
Not detected
ug/L
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
C9-C18 Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
C19-C36 Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
Cl 1-C22 Aromatic Hydrocarbons
Unadjusted Cl 1-C22 Aromatics
Carbon Chain Dilution Factor
EPH Target PAH Analytes
Naphthalene
Fluorene
Pyrene
Benzo (a) anthracene
Chrysene
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
1/13/00
MA EPH
MIA EPH
MA EPH
MA EPH
MA EPH
98-1
98-1
98-1
98-1
98-1
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
59
98
Ortho-Terphenyl Aromatic (%SR)
2-Bromonaphthalene Fractionation (%SR) 99
ug/L
ug/L
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
2-Fluorobiphenyl Fractionation (%SR)
92
1
ug/L
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
Below det lim
mg/L
1.0
1/13/00
1/13/00
SS
SM4500-SO4E
Nitrate
Below det lim
mg/L
0.10
1/11/00
1/12/00
PX
EPA 353.3
Orthophosphate
Below det lim
mg/L
0.15
1/11/00
1/12/00
PX
EPA 365.1
Benzo (g,h,i) perylene
1-Chloro-octadecane Aliphatic (%SR)
Target Analyte Dilution Factor
General Chemistry
Sulfate
Subcontracted Analysis
Page4 of 6
Collection Date: 1/10/00
Matrix: Ground Water
Lab ID No: AB69914
Client Id: MW-16
Parameter
Results
Units
Reporting
Limit
Start Date
End Date
Analyst
Method
1/11/00
1/11/00
DS
SW846 3510C
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
TPH Preparation
Separatory Funnel Extraction
Completed
Petrolem Hydrocarbon Analysis
EPHAliphatics/Aronatics
C9-C18 Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
C19-C36 Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
C 1-C22 Aromatic Hydrocarbons
Unadjusted CI 1-C22 Aromatics
0.2
mg/L
1/13/00
0.5
mg/L
0.5
0.6
mF/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
Carbon Chain Dilution Factor
EPH Target PAH Analytes
Naphthalene
1
mg/L
mg/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
9.5
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
16
Not detected
Not detected
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
ug/L
1/13/00
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00\
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
1/13/00
1/13/00
2-Methylnaphthalene
Acenaphthylene
Acenaphthene
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
1/13/00
Fluorene
Phenanthrene
Not detected
Not detected
ug/L
ugfL
1/13/00
1/13/00
Anthracene
Fluoranthene
Pyrene
Benzo (a) anthracene
Not detected
Not detected
Not detected
ug/L
ug/L
ugfL
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
Chrysene
Not detected
Not detected
ug/L
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
Benzo (b) fluoranthene
Not detected
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
Benzo (k) fluoranthene
Not detected
ugfL
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
Benzo (a) pyrene
Indeno (1,2,3-cd) pyrene
Not detected
ug/L
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
Not detected
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
Dibenzo (a,h) anthracene
Not detected
ug/L
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
Benzo (g,h,i) perylene
Not detected
ug/L
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
1-Chloro-octadecane Aliphatic (%SR)
Ortho-Terphenyl Aromatic (%SR)
2-Bromonaphthalene Fractionation (%SR)
2-Fluorobiphenyl Fractionation (%SR)
45
49
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00.
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
106
109
ug/L
ug/L
ug/L
ug/L
Target Analyte Dilution Factor
1
ug/L
31
mg/L
1.0
1/13/00
1/13/00
SS
SM4500-SO4E
Nitrate
0.12
mg/L
0.10
1/11/00
1/12/00
PX
EPA 353.3
Orthophosphate
Below det lim
mg/L
0.15
1/11/00
1/12/00
PX
EPA 365.1
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
1/13/00
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
MA EPH 98-1
1/13/00
1/13/00
General Chemistry
Sulfate
Subcontracted Analysis
Page 5 of 6
Lab ID No: AB69914
Collection Date: 1/10/00
Client Id: MW-16
Matrix: Ground Water
Units
Results
Parameter
Reporting
End Date
Start Date
Analyst
Method
Limit
The following outlines the condition of all EPH samples contained within this report upon laboratory receipt.
El Soil
queous
Matrix
El atisfactory
Containers
Temperature
0 Broken
0 N/A
Aqueous Preservative
U Sediment
0 Received on ice
pHs2
0 Other:
0 Leaking
U pH adjusted to <2 in lab
1 pH>2
eceived cold
I? Received ambient
Comment:
0 Received with temp blank:
No
Were all QA/QC procedures followed as required by the EPH method? Yes LWere any significant modifications made to the EPH method, as specified in Section 11.3? Yes * see below
_
Were all performance/acceptance standards for required QA/QC procedures achieved? Yes 1-_
No
Sample(s) was run via GCMS using all QC criteria specified in the method.
y in uiry of those individuals immediately responsible for obtaining the information, the
to the best of my knowledge and belief, accurate and complete.
me in t s repo
I attest that based u on
material c
1/14/00
resjide
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Director
Page 6 of 6
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Featuring
RANIBAL TECHNOLOGY
Laboratory Report Supplement
References
SW 846
40 CFR 136
40 CFR 141
40 CFR 143
40 CFR 160
APHA-AWWA-WPCF
ASTM D 3328
EPA 540/G-87/003
EPA 600/4-79-012
EPA 600/4-79-019
EPA 600/4-79-020
EPA 600/4-82-057
EPA 600/4-85/056
EPA 600/4-88/039
CT ETPH
MADEP EPH
MADEP VPH
QAMS 004/80
Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste. Third edition, 1998
Guidelines Establishing Test Procedures for the Analysis of Pollutants Under the Clean Water Act
National Primary Drinking Water Regulations
National Secondary Drinking' Water Regulations
Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA), Good Laboratory Practice Standards
Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater. 1 9 th edition, 1995
Standard Methods for the Comparison of Waterborne Petroleum Oils by Gas Chromatography
Data Quality Objectives for Remediation Response Activities, Development Process
Quality Assurance Handbook for Analytical Quality Control in Water and Wastewater Laboratories
GC-D-52-77
Oil Spill Identification System
Handbook for Analytical Quality Control in Water and Wastewater Laboratories
Method for the Chemical Analysis of Water and Wastes
Methods for Organic Chemical Analysis of Municipal and Industrial Wastewater
Choosing Cost-Effective QA/QC Programs for Chemical Analysis
Method for the Determination of Organic Compounds in Drinking Water
Analysis of Extractable Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons (ETPH)
Method for the Determination of Extractable Petroleum Hydrocarbons (EPH)
Method for the Determination of Volatile Petroleum Hydrocarbons (VPH)
Guidelines and Specifications for Preparing Quality Assurance Program Plans, USEPA Office of
Monitoring System and Quality Assurance
Acronyms & Abbreviations
AA
ASTM
BOD
oC
COD
CMR
DEP
DI
DO
EPA
EPH
FID
GC
GC/MS
ICP
Id
MCL
MDL
Atomic Absorption
American Society for Testing and Materials
Biological Oxygen Demand
degree(s) Celsius
Chemical Oxygen Demand
Code of Massachusetts Regulations
Department of Environmental Protection
De-ionized
Dissolved Oxygen
Environmental Protection Agency
Extractable Petroleum Hydrocarbons
Flame Ionization Detector
Gas Chromatograph
Gas Chromatograph / Mass Spectrometer
Inductively Coupled Plasma
Identification
Maximum Contaminant Level
Minimum Detection Limit
MS
MSD
NTU
PAHs
PCBs
PID
PQL
R
RSD
SM
SR
SW
THM
TOC
TOX
TPH
VOC
VPH
Matrix Spike
Matrix Spike Duplicate
Nephelometric Turbidity Units
Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbons
Polychlorinated Biphenyls
Photo Ionization Detector
Practical Quantitation Limit
Recovery (%R: Percent Recovery)
Relative Standard Deviation
Standard Method
Surrogate Recovery (%SR)
Solid Waste
Trihalomethane(s)
Total Organic Carbon
Total Organic Halogen
Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons
Volatile Organic Compound
Volatile Petroleum Hydrocarbons
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APPENDIX B
Soil Boring
SOR1ING
NO.Ai
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SOIL BORING and MONITORING WELL
0530?
INSTALLATION LOG
OCUMENT
NO
SHEET
OF
1
1
________
_________________LOCATION
BORING COMPM
Environmental Compliance Services. Inc.
JOBNUMBER:
BORING
588Silver Street Agawam,Massachusetts
P
FOREM4AN.
S. Werticki
PROJECTADODRESs
Silver
ECSINSPECTOR:
L. Gilmore
Depth
CASNG
stabirczato
Time TYPE
NSIDE OtAETER
Hollow Stem Auger
4 25'
SAMPLER
CoREBARREL
casing
Elevaon (.)
Split Spoon
1 3/8
140
HAMMERwEIGHT
PVC Elevallo (k)
lbs
surfae Eevadon M)
30'
HAMMERFAL
Ote Stated
oat, carr#eaed
NOTES:
Sample
D,
Number
Penetration/
Recove
Blows per 6
peneraton
10118199
10/1899
F
Soil Descriptions
StraaChanges
Testn
Nes
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No Sample
0-2
0
5
Sample
Depths
SEE SITE PLAN
Lake, Pittsfield, MA
CUENTNAME
GROUNDWATER
OBSERVATIONS
Dae
50063
NOJECT:NAME
Northeast Utilities
5-1
5 -7
24/8
5/619/6
f-mi. SAND and SILT brown .-m. SAND. little Silt and Cobble; dry
2000
2
S-2
7-9
24/12'
3/3/4/5
f-c SAND and SILT brown m.-c. SAND (). f. SAND and SILT (6); wet
2000
3
S-3
9 - 11
24/8"
3/5/5/11
f.-c. SAND
brown f.-m. SAND (3"). 1.SAND and SILT (2"), m.-c.
SAND (3") wet
433
S-4
11 -13
24/20"
10/7/11/11
f.-rn. SAND
brown f.-m. SAND. little Silt trace Cobble (9.5"). f SAND
(1").red f.-m. SAND, little Silt. b-ace Cobble; wet
135
S-5
13-15
24/20"
8/17/22/30
10
15
515
f.-m. SAND and SILTbrown f.-m. SAND (8"), brown f-m SAND and SILT (12").
trace Cobble
4
15' End of Boring
1. Field testing values represent total volatile organic vapors (referenced to a benzene standard) measured in the headspace of sealed soil sample jars or Zip-lock
Photovac Model 2020 photolonization detector (PID). Results reported in parts per million by volume (ppmv). DetectIon limit calibrated to 0.2 ppmv.
2. Staining observed In 5-7' sample (S-1). Odors detected in all samples,
bags. with a
3. Groundwater table encountered at approximately 8' bgs.
4. Air sparge well set at 15' bgs consisting of 2* (2.1" diameter) KVA and 13' solid riser. Backfilled with graded (#2) sand 15-11. bentonite 11'-5, natural fill to grade.
dataloiceVormsidimngborg logs
NO.:
SORING
Environmental Compliance Services, Inc.
Afaschusetts 01001
Agawam,
5s8 SNr Stree,
SOIL BORING and MONITORING WELL
INSTALLATION LOG
OOCUMENT
NO..
AS-2
Phase 1V
OF
SHEET
LOCATION
50062.10
Environmental Compliance Services, Inc.
.'S NUMBER:
ADDRESS:
588 Silver Street, Agawam, Massachusetts
=ROjECT NAME: NUSCO-Silver Lake
FOREMAN:
Stan Werbicki
ADDRESS:Silver Lake Blvd, Pittsfield
-RO.:ECT
ECS
INSPEcTOR:
L. Gilmore
-VINTNAME:
BORINGCOMPANY:
O
BORING COMPANY
CASING
GROUNDWATER OBSERVATIONS
Date
Depth
Stabilization Time TYPE
HO;:. Stem Auger
Jim Adamik
COREBARREL
SAMPLER
Casig
auger flights
'Vc
HAMMERw/EIGHT
SurfaceElevalon (ft)
ae Startec
2ale Completed
NOT1s
0
Sample Depths
NubrRecoviery
Eevation(rL)
Elevalin (fL)
INSIDEDIAMETER
HAMMERFALL
Depth
(See Site Plan)
penei
Blows per 6" peeaoj
soil De siptions
Strata Changes
agsBit
October 181999
October 25 1999
Well As Built
Testin
No samples collected
5
10
15
20
25
30
Installed 2" PVC sparge well at 17' below grade using 2.1-inch 0D KVA Microporous Spargepoint, and 15' of solid riser; No. 00 sandpack between 17' and 13' below grade;
bentonite seal between 13' and 7' below grade; native fill, and flush-rount protective casing to the surface.
Notes
CORINGNO.:
Environmental Compliance Services, Inc.
SOIL BORING and MONITORING WELL
e
588Sver S0etAgawam,Massachuses01001
INSTALLATION LOG
COMPANY: Environmental Compliance Services, Inc.
BORING
NUM2ER:
JOB
BORINGCOMPA.NY
POSTNIE
SHEET
Stan Werbicki
PROJECT ADORESS:Silver Lake Blvd, Pittsfield
ECSINSPECTOR:
L. Gilmore
CLE:.T NAME:
Depth
S stalation Time
SampleSa
DepthNumber SapeI eit
RecoveryI
.Jim
CASING
Hollow Stem Ager
TYPE
OF
NUSCO-Silver Lake
FOREMAN:
Deptih
1
LOCATION
UC-ivrLk
NAME:
PROJECT
588 Silver Street, Agawam, Massachusetts
Date
AS-3
Phase IV
5006210
ADDRESS:
GROUNDWATER OBSERVATIONS
NO:
DOCUMENT
Adamik
COREBARREL
SAMPLER
auger flights
CasingElevaion (1)
Eevalion (kt.)
.NSiDE DIAMETER
PVC
HAMMERWEIGHT
Elevation(R.)
Surface
HAMMERFALL
oale staed
OctOber 18.1999
NOTES:
Dole Completed
October 25,1999
B'ows per 6" penetration
S,:ato Chan;es
Soil Descriptions
Well As Built
NCtes
Testing
No samraes collected
I_______________
_______________|______________
_
|______________________
|_______________________
10
15
I
between 17' and 13' below grade;
Installed 2" PVC sparge well at 17' below grade using 2.1-inch OD KVA Microporous Spargepoint, and 15' of solid riser No. 00 sandpack
bentonite seal between 13' and 7' below grade; native fill, and flush-mount protective casing to the surface.
SOR!NG
NO.:
Environmental Compliance Services, Inc.
SkrAawMasass010f
SOIL BORING and MONITORING WELL
INSTALLATION LOG
AS-4
DCOCUMENT
NO
EOFI
Phase IV
LOCATION
JO NUMBER:
5CC62.10
588 Silver Street. Agawam, Massachusetts
PROJECT
NAME:
N'SCO-Silver Lake
FOREMANR
San Werbick
PaCJECT AZcFEss:
EcSINSPECTOR
L. Gilmore
comPANY: Environmental Compliance Services, Inc.
BORING
RENSMA
NAME
CASING
GROUNDAER OSERVATIONS
Date
Sample
Number
0
Dept,
Sample
Dept*s
Hc:c w Slem
Stabilizt, Tme TPE
Penetrat
Recovery
Auger
Si. er Lak' clvd, PItsield
(See Site Plan)
-
AdamiK
JLENT
Jim
tE
-ARREL
SA1F' 7q
casn,ieveltan
augerfi.ghts
()
M)
INS1CEDIAMETER
PVCE-gbevn(
HAIMER WEIGHT
Siurfce
levasian It
HAIMER FALL
DateSorned
October 18.1999
NOTES:
Dat Completed
October 25,1999
iows per6
penetrtion
i
Srt Changes
S9as
ces;iptons
Well As Built
ed
Tesling
Nt samples colectec
5
10
15
20
25
30
Installed 2- PVC sparge well at 17 below grade using 2. 1-inch O KVA Microporous Spargepoint. and 15' of salid riser: No. 00 sandpack between 17' and 13 bel-wgrade;
bentonite seal between 13' and T below grade: native f1il,and flush-aount protective casng to the surface.
Notes
BORING
NO.:
Envionmntal Compliance ServIces, Inc.
SOIL BORING and MONITORING WELL
no1001
0wersntAgaam.Masa
.
INSTALLATION LOG
AS-5
DOCUMENT
NO.:
SHEEr
Phase IV
of
1
1
_________________LOCATION
Compliance Services, Inc.
CNG
C
soMPANY 1588 Silver Street. Agawam. Massachusetts
FCREMAN:
c5NsPECTOR:
StanWerbicki
Sample
Number
0
Dept,
Sample
Deptha
50062.10
NAME.
PROJECT
NUSCO-Silver Lake
(See Site Plan)
Silver Lake Blvd. Pittsfield
PROJECTAfDRESS:
CUENTHAME:
IL.Gilmore
CASING
OBSERVATIONS
GROUNDWATER
Oate
JOBNUMBER:
on
Stabilizati
Peneraionr
Recovery
TYPE
Hollow Stem Auger
Jim Adamik
COREBARREL
SAMPLER
CasingElevan (1.)
auger flights
DAMETER
INSIDE
PVC Elevadonft.)
HAMMERWEIGHT
Surfae Elevaion (t.)
HAMMERFALL.
D.e Soted
October 18,1999
NOTES
DatsCnmpeted
October 25,1999
Blows per "
peneton
stnta changes
Soil OescripiOnS
Well As Built
Field
Testing
NID
samples collected
15
20
25
30
Instated 2 PVC sparge well at 17' below grade using 2.1-inch OD KVA Microporous Spargepoint, and 15' Of solid riser; No. 00 sandpack between 17' and 13' below grade;
bentonite seal between 13 and T below grade: native fill.and flush-mount protecdive casing to the Surface.
Notes
AS-6
BCRING NO.:
Environmental Compliance Services, Inc
SOIL BORING and MONITORING WELL
INSTALLATION
,
5H8SwerSnetAga.amMaossachuse
JOB NUMBER:
50062.10
ADCRSS:
588 Silver Street. Agawam. Massachusetts
PRoJECTNAME.
NUSCO-Silver Lake
FOREMAN:
Stan Werticki
PROJECTADDRESS: Silver Lake
ECS INSPECTOR:
L. Gilmore
.
CUENTNAME:
GROUNOWATER OBSERVATIONS
Dt.
0epe
Stablizaton Tme TPE
sLTO
LOG
Jim Adamik
CASING
SAMPL.ER
Hollow Ster Auger
auger flights
CORE BARREL
casgElevaton
0
Sample
Depths
Pertion/
Recovery
(k)
INSDE D"AETER
PVC Elevtln(ft)
HAMMERwEIHT
SurfaceElevadon(t)
O
BlowsperS"
penetration
SteStatd
DeteCompleted
NOTES:
Sample
Number
(See Site Plan)
Blvd, Pittsfield
tAMMERFAL.
Depth
Phase IV
or
Comliace
Envionmnta
nc.LOCATION
BORINGCOMPANY Environmental Compliance Services, Inc.
ROPINGCOMPMNY
OCUMENT
No.:
Stata Changes
Soil Descriptions
October 16.1999
October 25,1999
Wel As Built
Field
Testing
No samples collected
5
10
I5
20
25
30
Installed 2 PVC sparge well at 1T below grade using 2.1-inch 00 (VA Microporous Spargepoint, and 15' of solid riser; No. 00 sandpack between 17' and 13' below grade;
bentonite seal between 13' and 7 below grade; native fill, and flush-mount protective casing to the surface.
Notes
Environmental Compliance Senvces, Inc.
SOIL BORING and MONITORING WELL
1570MWGuinn0Rd.
Zraebo,Veron( 530f
INSTALLATION LOG
SHEET
Environmental Compliance Services. Inc.
BORINGOOMPAN
JOBNUMBER:
50063
COMPANY
588 Silver Street. Agawam, Massachusetts
PROJECT
NAME:
Northeast Utities
FOREMAN
S. Werbicid
Silver Lake, Pittsfield. MA
PROJECTADORESS:
L. Gilmore
cvETAME
ADSEE
CASING
GROUNDIWATERCoBSEAVAT1ONS
Oat
Deph
T
"YPE
Staliasnime
NSIOE
DIAMETER
WEGNT
HAMMER
Hollow Stem Auger
4.25"
SAMPLER
1
OF
1
CORE
BARREL
Split Spoon
1 3/Elev
(5t)
CasinglElevdon
o(k).
s.
140 lbs
Otecompleted
NOTES:
Sale
Saple
Pene
on
ls per&
Strat Changes
019M
Soil Descriptions
Notes
No Sample
0-2
0
Elvaon (.)
Dstarted .0/19,99
30"
FAL.
HAMMER
5
.
SITE PLAN
CSIsSPEcoR
E
AS-7
BORINGNo: DOCUMENT
NO.
f.-m. SAND
brown f.-m. SAND. some Cobble; dry
351
S-1
5-7
9/6-
35/50 for 3"
S-2
7-9
4/3
50 for 4
f. SAND & COBBLE brown f. SAND and COBBLE; dry
15.1
S-3
9- 1
S/3"
50 for 5
f. SAND and SILT brown f. SAND and Silt. some Cobble; dry
14.0
S4
11 - 13
24/18"
20/21/16113
S-5
13-15
5/4"
50 for 5"
S-6
15-17
11/11"
40/50 for5"
S-7
17-19
24/24"
10
15
f.-m. SAND
brown I. SAND, ithteSilt (3'). brown f.-m. SAND (10")wi
distinct black band, red-brown f.-m. SAND and COBBLE:
2, 3
f. SANo&CoBBLEbrown fSAND and SILT (1"), f.-c. SAND and COBBLE
(3); wet
fm. SAND
brown f.-m. SAND, wet
f.-c. SAND
brown f.-m. SAND (14). c.SAND (6). f. SAND and SILT,
trace Cobble (4"); wet
8.0
4
19'End of Boring
1. Field testing values represent total volatile organic vapors (referenced to a benzene standard) measured in the headspace of sealed soil sample jars or Zip-lock T"bags, with a
Photovac Model 2020 photoionizabon detector (PID). Results reported in parts per million by volume (ppmv). Detection limit calibrated to 0.2 ppmv.
2. Groundwater table encountered at approxmately II' bgs.
3. Staining observed in 11-13* sample (S-4).
4. Air sparge well set at 18' bgs consisting of 2 (2.1" diameter) KVA and 16 solid riser. Backfilled with graded sand (#2) 18*-14', bentonite 14-8, natural fill to grade.
dataofficeformasdlingtionng logs
BORINGNO.:
Environmental Compliance Servikes
Inc.
1570WGuib nRd.9,Br1tIeboroVentd 0530f
INSTALLATION LOG
JOBNUMBER:
588 Silver Street. Agawam. Massachusetts
FOREMAN:S. Werbicki
NAME:
PROJECT
ECSINSPECTOR:1L.Gilmore
CUENTNAME
CASING
OBSERVATIONS
GROUNDWATER
Date
Depth
Stabilizad
unTme TYPE
INSIDEDIAMETER
SAMPLER
Hollow Stem Auger
Split Spoon
4.25"
1 3/8"
HAMMERwEIGM
140
COREBARREL
CasingElevifont.)
Pvc eat.at)
los
sfceEle
Sample
Number
5
Sample
Depths
Penetration/
Recovery
Blowsper 6
n
()
stade
Date completed
Date
NoTs:
10/115m9
101I99
Soil Desciptions
penetration
Notes
sTstin
NoSample
0-2
0
1
SEE SITE PLAN
30"
FAL-L
HAMMER
oI
1
SHEET
50063
Norteast Utiites
Silver Lake, Pittsfield. MA
PROJECTADORESS:
COMPA Environmental Compliance Services, Inc.
BORING
eo"
AS-8
OOCUMEINTNO:
SOIL BORING and MONITORING WELL
S-1
5-7
24/12"
10/10/8/11
S-2
7-9
24/18"
3/5/7/10
S-3
9-11
24/18"
5/1216/16
S-4
11-13
24118"
6/7/8/10
f-m. SAND
brown f.-m. SAND. some Slt and
2000
Cobble; dry
2000
1,-m.SAND and SIlT brown f.-m. SAND and SILT. some Cobble: wet
f.-m. SAND
f.-m. SAND, some Cobble; wet
2000
brown .-n. SAND (9"). red n. SAND and COBBLES (4"),
2000
2.3
10
red I. SAND and SILT (5"); wet
S-5
13-15
24/24"
8/10/15/24
f-c. SAND
2000
brown f.-m. SAND (6-), brown m.-c. SAND (4"). red m.
SAND and COBBLE (14"): wet
15
S-6
15-17
15/15"
10/34/50for"
f-m. SAND
brown f. SAND and SILT (3"). red f.-m. SAND
200M
and
COBBLE (1"); wet
S-7
17-19
24/"
8/47/37/50
f.-c. SAND
198
brown f. SAND and SILT (3"), m.-c. SAND and COBBLE
4
(3); wet
19* End of Boring
1. Field testing values represent total volatile organic vapors (referenced to a benzene standard) measured in the headspace of sealed soil sample Jars or ZIp-lock TMbags, with a
Photovac Model 2020 photoionization detector (PID). Results reported in parts per million by volume (ppmv). Detection limit calibrated to 0.2 ppmv.
2. Staining observed in 7-9 sample (S-2). Odors detected in all samples.
3. Groundwater table encountered at approximately 9' bgs.
4. Air sparge well set at 17' bgs consisting of 2' (2.1" diameter) KVA and 15' solid riser. Sackfilled with graded sand (#2) 17-13% bentonite 13-7', natural fill to grade.
dataufriceVormsldillingtorng logs
BORING
NO.:
Environmental Compliance Services, Inc.
5SrSe
eeAga.am,
FOREMAN
ECsNSPECTOR:
JOBNUMBER:
PROJECT NAME: NUSCO-Silver Lake
Stan Werbicki
Silver Lake Blvd, Pittsfield
PRoJECTADODRESS.
CUENTNAME:
L.Gilmore
Data
Sample
Depth Number
0
Depi
CASING
Sample
Depths
Hallow Strm Auger
stabilinonTime TPE
Penetaton/
Recovery
F
1
50062.10
588 Silver Street, Agawam. Massachusetts
oBSERVATIONS
GROUNDWATER
AS-9
Phase IV
DOCUMENT
NO:
SHEET
INSTALATiON LOG
Masaairor001
Environmental Compliance Services. Inc.
SORJNGCOMPANY:
DRES
SOIL BORING and MONITORING WELL
(See Site Plan)
Jim Adamik
BARREL
CORE
SAMPlR
Cai.ngEleatonIt.)
augerflights
IEwndI"t)
INSIDE
DAMR
Pvc
HAMMER
WEIGHT
SurfaceBevador
(.)
FAU.
HAMMER
DateStarted
October 18,1999
NOTES:
0.t. CCnted
October 25,1999
6"
Blows per
penerabon
Srata Changes
SoilDescriptions
Wel|AsBuilt
Field
Testing
No samples collected
5
10
15
20
25
30
Installed 2" PVC sparge well at 17' below grade using 2.1-inch OD KVA Microporous Spagepoint. and 15' of solid riser No. 00 sandpack between 17' and 13' below grade:
and flush-mount protective casing to Mhesurface.
bentonite seal between 13' and 7' below grade; native fill,
Notes
BORING
NO.:
Environmental Compliance Services, Inc.
SOIL BORING and MONITORING WELL
588IeGNw4Agawam.Massachusensooi
INSTALLATION LOG
Environmental Compliance Services,
COMPANY:
BORING
Inc.
8C NGCOMPA
588SilverStreet, Agawam, Massachusetts
FOREMAN:
StanWerbicki
EcsINSPECTOR:
L. Gilmore
Depth
0
Sampl
Number
Depi
Sampie
Depths
50062.10
PROJECT
NAME:
NUSCO-Silver Lake
CUENTNAME:
Recov.ry
Iof
(See Sire Plan)
CASING
SAMPLER
Hollow Stem Auger
auger flights
CORE BARREL
Casig
(r
levetn
PVC E
"evabi()
RAMMERWEIGHT
Suaae ElevaDbnfLE)
HAMMERFALL
D
Strted
October l.1959
NOTES:
DateCompleted
October 25,1999
Blows Pr
penetrabon
Stata Changes
1
JimAdamik
INSIDEDbAMETER
I StIbilizatn Time TYPE
Penetatiorn/
Phase IV
1
SHEET
Silver Lake Blvd. Pittsfield
-PROJECTADDRESS:
GROUNDWATER OBSERVATIONS
Dat
JOBNUMBER:
AS-10
DOCUMENT
NO.:
Soil Descptios
Well As Bilt
Feld
Testng
No samples collected
5
10
15
20
25
30
Installed 2" PVC sparge well at 17 below grade using 2.1-inch 00 KVA Microporous Spargepoint, and 15' of sold nser No. 00 sandpack between 17 and 13' below grade;
bentonite seal between 13' and 7 below grade; native fill. and flush-mount protective casing to the Surface.
Nota
Environmental Compliance Services, Inc.
588herSireet
Environmental Compliance Services. Inc.
COMPANY:
BORING
BORINGCOMPMJ
588 Silver Street. Agawam. Massachusetts
DRESS:
SOIL BORING and MONITORING WELL
i01001
INSTALLATION
AgawaI, assachser
NUMBER:
JOB
LOG
CUENTNAME:
Stabation Time TYPE
SAMPLER
Hollow StemAuger
augerflights
CORE EARREL
Ciucas v.alIM
Eevaden(
INSIDE01AMETER
Surac
HAMMERWIGHT
HAMMERFALLante,
NOTES:
0
Sample
Penetration/
Depths
Recovery
Browsper
penetration
(See Site Plan)
Jim Adanik
CASING
GROUNOWATEROBSERVATIONS
Number
1
50062.10
ECSINSPECTOR:L. Gimnore
Sample
OF
PROJECTNAME: NUSCO-Silver Lake
Silver Lake Ivd.Pittsfield
PROJECTADORESS;
Dep
1
SMEE
FOREMAN:Stan Werbicki
Dae
Phase IV
DOCL:JENT
NO.:
Eevam (t)
ed
StratCrsanges
Soil Descripons
October18,1999
October25.1999
Well AsBuilt
Ig
Tesing
No Samples collected
10
15
20
25
30
Installed 2" PVC sparge well at 17' below grade using 2.1-Incl OD KVA Microporous Spaigepoint, and 15 of solid riser; No. 00 sandpack between 17' and 13 below grade;
bentonite seal between 13* and T below grade; native fill, and flush-mount protective ca.-ing to the surface.
Notes
Environmental Compliance Services, Inc.
SaeSiwrSIreet AgawaMachuseM
0101
ODRESS:
FOREMAN
ECsINsPECTOR:
588 Silver Street, Agawam, Massachusetts
NAJJ:
PROJECT
NUSCO-Silver Lake
Stanerbicki
PROJECTADDREss:Silver Lake Blvd. Pittsfield
L. Gilmore
CUENTNME:
Sample
Number
Depen
CASING
Sample
Deptsi
HoltowStemAuger
STablizaon Time TYPE
Penetration/
Recovey
DORINGNO.:
AS-12
DOCUMENT
NO.
Phase IV
SHEET
50062.10
GROUNDWATEROBSERVATIONS
Date
INSTALLATION LOG
JOBNUMBER;
Envirnmenmal Compliance Services. Inc.
COMPANY:
OCRING
SCIGCCMPMfl
SOIL BORING and MONITORING WELL
(See Site Plan)
CORE BARREL
SAMPLER
Casig ElevateMIT)
augerflights
Pvc Elevatn (It.)
HAMMERWEIGHT
SurfaceElevati
HAMMER At.L
Dale Started
NOTES:
Completed
DaTe
Stra changes
1
Jim Adarrik
INSIDE DIAMETER
Blows per 6
penetraon
OP
1
Soil Descriptions
(T)
October 18,1999
October 25,1999
Well As Built
Field
Test
No samples collected
5
10
20
25
30
Installed 2 PVC sparge well at 17' below grade using 2.1-inch OD KVA Microporous Sp:repoint, and 15' of solid riser: No. 00 sandpack between 17' and 13' belo grade;
bentonite seal between 13' and 7 below grade; native fill, and flush-mount protective casing to the surface.
Notes
AS-13
BORINGNO.:
Environmenfal Compliance Services, Inc.
SOIL BORING and MONITORING WELL
INSTALLATION LOG
GuV.0Rd.1.,&n1ebomVemonfoSac
157Old
NO.:
OCUMENT
OF
I
SHEET
LOCATION
JOBNUMeER:
EnvironmentalComplianceServices. Inc.
BORINGCOMPAN
BORINe
FOREMAN:
Steet, Agawam, Massachusetts
S. Werbicki
L. Gilmore
ECSINSPECTOR:
Northeast Utilities
Silver Lake, Pittsfield, MA
AODRESS.
PROJECT
Dept
SEE SITE PLAN
CUENTNAME:
CASING
GROUNDWTERoeSERvAONS
Dat
50063
PROJECT
NAME:
te
sabilizaeni
Hollow Stem
TYPE
INSIDE
DIAMETER
Auger
HAM
castinEten(IL)
13/8
PvclelenI)
1401bs
Surfac. Eeadon
425'
HAMMERwIGHT
COREBARRE.
sAMPLR
Split Spoon
30"
L
Dat
Nors:nat.
Sample
Sample
Depths
0
5
Penetaton/
Recovery
PNumber
Blows perts
cenetration
StrataChanges
It.)
Sartd
10/18199
Cetered
10/1899
SoilDesculptions
Teld
Testing
1.-m.SAND and COBBLE: dry
2000
Notes
No Sample
0- 2
f.+m.
sANDandCoesL brown
S-1
5-7
16/6"
16/29/50 for 4'
S-2
7.9
1016'
37/50 for 4"
S-3
9-11
24112'
20/20/12/11
S-4
11 - 13
24/12'
6117/26/30
S-5
13-15
24/18'
12/19/18/18
f.-c. SAND
S-6
15-17
24/24'
10/15/35/50
f-m. SAND
S-7
17-19
24/24"
8/47137/50
f. SAND and SILT grey f. SANO. some Cobble and Silt; dry
f.-m SAND
2
2000
grey and black f.-m, SAND. some Cobble; wet
2000
brown f.-m. SAND, some Cobble, trace Silt; wet
2000
3
10
15
c. SAND (3.
wet
2000
f. SAND (6w),m. SAND and COBBLE (9");
grey f-m. SAND (4"). grey m. SAND (4). red m SAND and
COBBLE (B").redf. SAND and COBBLE, trace Silt wet
2000
grey f.-m. SAND (8"). m. SAND and COBBLE (8"), f.
Sand. Silt and Cobble (81; wet
1544
4
19' End of Boring
1. Field testing values represent total volatile organic vapors (referenced to a benzene standard) measured in the headspace of sealed soil sample jars or Zip-lock r"bags, with a
Photovac Model 2020 photoionization detector (PlD). Results reported in parts per million by volume (pplmv). Detection limit calibrated to 0.2 ppmv.
2. Staining observed in 5-7' sample (S-1). Odor, detected in all samples.
3. Groundwater table encountered at approximately 9' bgs.
4. Air sparge well set at 18' bgs consisting of 2 (2.1' diameter) KVA and 16' solid riser. Backfilled with graded sand (#2) 18-14', bentonite 14-8'. natural fill to grade.
4atalin~h~cvr~lling\boing logs
U
I
U
I
I
I
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I
U
I
I
I
AS-14
BORiNG NO.:
Environmental Compliance Services, Inc.
588Sl e r S
Agawa
u s
s abA
SOIL BORING and MONITORING WELL
01 00
Environmental Compliance Services. Inc.
COMPANY:
BORING
JOB NUMBER:
50082.10
SORESS:
588 Silver Street. Agawam, Massachusetts
NAME.
PROJECT
NUSCO-Silver Lake
FOREMAN:
Stan Werbicki
PROJECT
ADORESS, Silver Lake Blvd. Pittsfield
ECSINSPECTOR;L.Gilmore
p
Sample
u
Number
Dept;
Sample
Cepths
StabilIzatonime TYPE
Penetaton
Recover
OF1
(See Site Plan)
CORE BARREL
SAMIPLER
Casing ElevafonIt.)
augerflights
Holtow Stem Auger
It.)
INSIDEDIAMETER
PVC levaon
HAMMERWE[GHT
SuraNElvalbon(t.
HAMMERFAtt
Date Starled
October 18,1999
NOTES:
DateCompleted
October 25,1999
per "n
Blows
penetraton
Well As Built
Soil Descriptions
Strata Changes
No
0
1
Jim Adamik
CASING
GROUNDWATEROBSERVATIONS
Date
Phase IV
SHE E
I N ST A L L AT I O N LO G
CUENTNAME:
OCIMENT NO.:
samples
Notes
Field
Testing
collected
I
10
15
20
25
30
Installed 2 PVC sparge well at 17 below grade using 2.1-inch 00 CVA Microporous Sp-rgepoint, end Iof
bentonite seal between 13' and T below grade; native fill, and flush-mount protective Casing to the surface.
solid rser No. 00
sandpack between
17' and 13 below grade;
AS-15
BORINGNO.:
SOIL BORING and MONITORING WELL
Environmental Compliance Services, Inc.
5Savs1e01Agwa,Massachuset
FoaN
ECSINsPECTOR:
50062.10
588Silver Steel, Agawam.Massachusetts
NAME:
PROJECT
NUSCO-Silvrtake
Stan Werbick!
Silver Lake Blvd. Pittsfield
PROJECTADDRESS:
L.Gilmore
NAMECLIENT
Compliance
Services.nc.
OBSERVATIONS
CASING
GROUNDWATER
at
Sample
Number
sHEET
INSTALLATION LOG
JOBNUMSER-
BORINGComPANY:Evinmetal
AS
W
Depth
Sample
Dephs
Stabizationm
Prenteio/
Recovery
Hollow Stem Auger
TYPE
Phase IV
NO.:
DOcuMENT
1
OF
.
Jim Adarmik
COREBARREL
SAMPLER
Elevaon(t)
Casing
auger flights
Elevatin (IL)
INSIDE DIAETER
Pe
HAMER WEIGHT
Surfce Eevln ()
MAMMERFALL
Date sarded
October 181999
NOTES:
DateCompeted
October25,1999
Stows per6"
penetration
Seata Changes
0
Soil Desciptons
Well As Built
Fid
Testing
No samples collected
10
15
20
25 |
30
N
Micoporous Spargepoint, and 15 of solid riser; No. 00 sandpack between 17' and 13' below grade;
bentonite seal between 13' and 7 below grade; native fill, and flush-mount protective casing to the surface.
Installed 2" PVC sparge well at 17' below grade using 2.1-inch OD KVA
Notes
BORING NO.
Environmental Compliance Services, Inc.
SOIL BORING and MONITORING WELL
58s&Wrs'e(tAgwam, assacheRsis01001
INSTALLATION LOG
Environmental Compliance Services. Inc.
aORINGCOMPANY:
JOBNUMBER:
50062.10
588 Silver Street. Agawam. Massachusetts
PROJECTNAME:NUSCO-Silver Lake
FOREMl4A:
Stan Werbicki
Silver Lake Blvd. Pittsield
PROJECTADORESs:
CJENTNAME:
CASNG
GROUINOwATEROBSERvATIONs
Date
Sample
Number
Depth
Sample
Depths
NotlowStem Auger
Stabeiszadn7imTYPE
OF
1
SHEET
AESS
ECsNSPECTOR: L. Gilmore
AS-16
Phase IV
No.:
DOCUMENT
(See Site Plan)
Jim Adamik
SAMPLER
CORE BARREL
auger flightscsngtvtinf.
INSIDE DtAMETER
PVC Eleeahin (.)
HAMRWEIGHT
Elevador(1.s)
Surface
FALL
HAMMER
DateSrarted
October 18.1999
NOTES:
Cat completed
October25,1999
Blows per "
penetratonTI
Peneration/
Recovery
SotatarChages
SoilDescriptions
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Instaied 2" PVC sparge well at 17' below grade using 2.1-inch OD KVA Microporous Spargepoint. and 15of solid riser; No. 00 sandpack between 17' and 13' below grade;
bentonite seal between 13' and 7 below grade; native fill, and flush-mount protective casing to the surface.
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SOIL BORING and MONITORING WELL
INSTALLATION LOG
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LOCATION
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: Environmental Compliance Senices. Inc.
JOBNUMBER:
50062.10
NUSCO-Silver Lake
ADDRESS
588 Silver Street. Agawam, Massachusetts
NAME:
PROJECT
FOREMAN:
Stan Werbicki
PROJECT
ADDRESS:Silver Lake Blvd. Pittsfield
CuENTNAME:
ECSINSPECTOR: L. Gilmore
GROUNDWATER OBSERVATiONS
Date
Sample
Number
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Sample
Depths
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Penetatiorn
Recovery
TYPE
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Plan)
Jim Adamik
CASING
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Hollow Stem Auger
augerflights
COREeAEL
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NSIDEPDIAMETER
PCewton (ft)
HAMERWEIGHT
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HAMMERFAL.
Date Started
October IS,1999
NOTES;
DateConleted
October25,1999
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Installed 2" PVC sparge well at 17' below grade using 2.1-inch OD KVA Microporous Spargepoint, and 15 of solid riser; No. 00 sandpack between 17' and 13' below grade:
bentonite seal between 1Sand 7 below grade native fil. and flush-mount protective casing to the surface.
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Equipment Specifications
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Special Purpose Units - Compressors
for Soil Sparging upto 112 cfm
Units are supplied with special, high
capacity filtration plus motors that
more pressure than
allow up to 30
the standard model counterpart.
Oilless 0823, 2080/3080,
206712567 6066 and
1290 Series
MODEL 0823
10 PSI MAX. CONTINUOUS PRESSURE
8 CFM OPEN FLOW
Model
2080/3080
MODELS 2080/3080
15 PSI MAX. PRESSURE
25-35 CFM OPEN FLOW
MODELS 2067/2567
20 PSI MAX. PRESSURE
17-21 CFM OPEN FLOW
MODELS 6066
20 PSI MAX. PRESSURE
37-55 CFM OPEN FLOW
Model 6066
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MODELS 1290
Product Dimensions (mm, inches)
20 PSI MAX. PRESSURE
112 CFM OPEN FLOW
Dimensions are for reference only.
Model 0823
6.50
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PRODUCT FEATURES
* Oilless operation
* Rugged construction/low maintenance
e Heavy-duty filters
RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES
e Pressure gauge AA644B
* Relief valves:
AA600 (0823)
AN225 (2080, 3080)
AA307 (2067, 2567, 6066,1290)
* Repair kits:
K479A (0823)
Models 2080/3080
Top View
K546 (2080, 3080)
t673 300
425,0 (TOO'X
07.25 3000
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K585 (filter/muffler kit for 2080)
K584 (filter/muffler kit for 3080)
K357 (2067, 2567)
K503 (6066, 1290 - use 2)
N9
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297.0 (7337
Models 2067/2567
Side View
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Product Specifications
Note: All models are compressors.
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Model Number
0823-I55-G08X*
0823-ISS-608V
2080-P124-T337t
2080-P124-T906Xt
3080-P124-T338t
3080-P124-T907Xt
2067-P118-G47OXt
2067-P118-G471*t
Motor
100-1101220-240-50-1
110-1151208-230-60-1
230/460-60-3
115/230-60-1
208-230/460-60-3
208-230-60-1
115/230-60-1
2201380-415-50-3
2830/4063
RPM
50 cycle
60 cycle
17542'A05502.
453
12
1725
1725
1725
1725
1725
1425
172
1425
1725
Net Wt.
~
2
3
3
5
1/2
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kg
kW
lbs.
05
1,5
2,2
2,2
3,7
1,1
02,
135
135
160
160
84
4 -37,8
HP
1.15
11/2
60,8
60,8
72,0
72,0
37,8
38,3
85
1,5
2
1725
230/460-60-3
2567-P132-G475t
38,3
85
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1,5
2
1725
115/230-60-1
2567-P132-T908Xt
92.3
205
|
3,7
5
1725
208-230/460-60-3
6066-P122-T339 't
92,3
205
3,7
5
1725
208-230/460-60-3
6066-P122A-T905t
92,3
205
5.6
7/
1725
208-230/460-60-3
6066-P122A-T909 1
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430
7,5
10
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1725
208-230/460-60-3
1290-P110-T904"-..
198,0
440
11
15
1725
208-230/460-60-3
1290-P110A-T91 0t
'For 50 Hz performance, reduce air flow on grid by approximately 17%.
'6 pole motor; 1140 RPM.
'"These models are capable of 15 psi max. performance, reference performance grid below,
tAlso available as separate drive, less the motor. To order as a separate drive version, specify the first two sets of digits only of this model number.
Consult factory or distributor for the correct Nema frame size motor to use. Customer supplied motor must have minimum service factor of 1.15.
Product Dimensions (mm, inches)
Product Performance (Metric, U.S.)
Dimensions are for reference only.
Models 6066
04
m'fh
200-
Oat
120
160 _
100
PRESSURE
so
0
1290
6066
12060
8040-
40
6066-T905
20
0-
2567
2067
0
psig
0
5
10
15
20
bar 0 0,2 0.4 0,6 0,8 1,0 1,2 1,4
Models 1290
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS & PARTS MANUAL
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HP TWO-STAGE
SSPFFBAIREF 7/2
AIR COMPRESSORS
MODELS 5F563 AND 5F565
FORM 533527
02433
03931048/VP
READ CAREFULLY BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO ASSEMBLE, INSTALL, OPERATE OR MAINTAIN THE PRODUCT
DESCRIBED. PROTECT YOURSELF AND OTHERS BY OBSERVING ALL SAFETY INFORMATION. FAILURE TO
COMPLY WITH INSTRUCTIONS COULD RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE!
RETAIN INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
Description
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Speedaire compressors are two-stage heavy-duty units
with integral air tank and a 7% HP electric motor.
All models are suitable for continuous duty applications.
Pressure-switch start/stop control is standard. Maximum operating pressure is 175 PSI.
Unpacking
When unpacking the unit, inspect carefully for any
damage that may have occurred during transit Make
sure any loose fittings, bolts, etc., are tightened before
putting unit into service.
If compressor is to be stored for a short period of time
make sure that it is stored in a normal position and in a
cool, protected area.
Specifications
Horsepower .................................
7%/
Pressure
Factory Set Cut-In Point............... 145 PSI
Factory Set Cut-Out Point............... 175 PSI
175 PSI
Maximum ........................
2 qts.
Oil capacity ..............................
Compressor Air Pump
Type .-............-.
2-Stage (Model SF566)
Number of Cylinders....................... 2
Low Pressure Cyl. Dimensions 4.... Bore. 3. Stroke
High Pressure Cyl. Dimensions, 2 Bore, 3" Stroke
Air Delivery
Displacement CFM .........................
Free air CFM at 175 PSI ....................
31.4
25.1
Flywheel
Aluminum, Fan Type
Typee ....
n 16Au
ameter...
....................
Outsie
Rotationa...... ........ CW (Facing Flywheel)
ASME Air Tank Capacity
Models 5F563 & 5F565 ............
Overall Dimensions
Models 5F563 & 5F565 ............
80 Gallons
L W H
33" 25" 81%"
General Safety Information
When using air compressors and compressed air
accessories, basic safety rules and precautions should
Copyright 1993 W.W. Grainger. Inc.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Breathable Air Warning
This compressor/pump is not equipped and should
not be used "as is" to supply breathing quality air.
For any application of air for human consumption,
the air compressor/pump will need to be fitted with
suitable in-line safety and alarm equipment. This
additional equipment is necessary to properly filter
and purify the air to meet minimal specifications for
Grade Dbreathing as described in Compressed Gas
Association Commodity Specification G 7.1 - 1966,
OSHA 29 CFR 1910.134, and/or Canadian Standards Association (CSA).
DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES
In the event the compressor is used for the purpose
of breathing air application and proper in-line safety
and alarm equipment is not simultanteously used,
existing warranties shall be voided, and Dayton
Electric Mfg. Co. disclaims any liability whatsoever
for any loss, personal injury or damage.
always be followed.
1. Read all instructions fully.
2. Wiring, starter, breakers and other related electrical
equipment should conform to electrical codes.
3. Shut off main power and release all pressure from
the unit before removing or adding parts or attachments and before cleaning compressor.
4. Do not operate any compressor with damaged
wiring or after the compressor or air handling parts
have been dropped or damaged in any manner.
Notify the nearest authorized service facility for
examination, repair or other adjustments.
5. Regularly inspecthose and load handling fittings for
signs of damage, deterioration, weakness or leakage. Do notuse them if deficiency isfound.Withdraw
from service and repair or discard such parts.
6. Pressure tank must be inspected yearly for rust, pin
holes, or other imperfections that could cause it to
become unsafe. NEVER WELD OR DRILL HOLES
INAIR RECEIVER.
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General Safety Information (Continued)
THE DISCHARGE LINE BETWEEN THE COMPRESSOR AND THE RECEIVER UNLESS A SAFETY
VALVE, WITH ADEQUATE FLOW CAPACITY AND
PRESSURE SETTING, IS LOCATED BETWEEN
SHUTOFF VALVE AND THE COMPRESSOR.
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NEVER USE PLASTIC (PVC) PIPE TO DISTRIBUTE
COMPRESSED AIR. STEEL OR IRON PIPE IS
REQUIRED.
7. Never use air pressurized accessories or parts in
the air system not suitable for the maximum air pressure involved.This is dangerous. Besure maximum
pressure specified by the manufacturer is well
above the working pressure of your compressor.
8. Keep clear of compressor. It will become extremely
hot Moving parts should be avoided. Do not operate'
without beltguard.
9. Keep pressure relief devices free from paint or other
accumulation. Check operation of safety valve
regularly. See "Maintenance" Section.
10. Drain tank daily to prevent rust formation in the tank.
11. Never reset pressure switch or safety valves.
12. Never store flammable liquids or gases in the
vicinity of the compressor or compressor starting
equipment.
A WARNINGA
SHUTOFF VALVES ARE NOT TO BE INSTALLED IN
WHEN COMPRESSOR IS USED FOR SPRAYING
14. Do not spray in vicinity of open flame or other
surfaces of ignition.
15. Do not smoke when spraying paint insecticides, or
other toxic or flammable substances.
16. To avoid spontaneous combustion, discard waste
rags into approved metal waste cans.
17. Do not spray in confined spaces.
18. Use face mask when spraying.
19. Always direct paint or sprayed material away from
compressor and locate compressor at a safe distance from spray area to minimize paint overspray
accumulation on compressor or sprayer parts.
20. When using cleaning solvent follow the instructions
provided by the solvent manufacturer.
21. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
Installation
COMPRESSOR LOCATION
It is of the utmost importance, when installing a compressor that a clean, well ventilated area be selected,
where the surrounding air temperature will be not more
than 100*F.
In any compressor installation, it is essential that there
be a minimum clearance of 12 to 14 inches between the
compressorflywheel and awall orothersolid objectthat
could obstruct air flow.
A CAUTION
Do not locate the compressor air inlet near steam,
paint spray, sandblast areas or any other
-contaminates.
Receiver mounted units, and individual air receivers
should be bolted directly to a concrete floor or on a
separate concrete foundation. A good concrete base
is recommended. Vibration isolators may be used for
special applications. To reduce mounting vibration,
isolator pads, Model 4C975, are recommended. When
isolators are used, a flexible coupling should be used
in the receiver service piping.
MOUNTING
Before bolting individual air receivers or receiver
mounted units to the floor or foundation, the mounting
feet must be shimmed to within .010 inches of each
other. This will prevent strain to the receiver when
compressor is running.
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PIPING REQUIREMENTS FOR
AIR DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
A CAUTION
Never use plastic (PVC) pipe to distribute compressed air.
When installing a permanent system to distribute
compressed air, use 3/4f" pipe up to 75, 1" pipe for
longer lines. All piping should slope to an accessible
moisture drain point The main air line should not be
smaller than the compressor outlet size. Check all piping
and fittings regularly and avoid leaks. Filters, regulators,
and other accessories should also be properly
maintained.
Bury underground lines below the frost line and avoid
pockets where condensation can gather and freeze.
Apply pressure and check for leaks before underground
lines are covered.
Place a valve between the tank and the piping system.
COMPRESSOR LUBRICATION
A CAUTION
Fill crankcase with compressor oil before
operation.
See compressor lubrication section for proper oil.
MOTOR AND STARTER
Branch circuit protection must be provided as specified
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Wire Size (rubber c6vered)
Installation (Continued)
in National Electrical Code, Chapter 2, "Wiring Design
and Protection."Article 210, using the applicable article
"For Motors and Motor Controllers," (Article 430, Table
430-152).
Motors must rest evenly on all mounting pads and be
retained securely.
MOTOR PROTECTION
A motor protection switch (magnetic starter) must be
installed with every motor. Use the pressure switch to
activate the coil in the magnetic starter.
HP
7/
3 PHASE
LENGTH OF SINGLE PHASE
- 230V 460V
;230V
LINE (FT)
-r-.12 ' *4
6
100
Installation Should Be Made by a Oualifiedlectrician.
Motor protect switch should be used hen motor
built-in thermal overload protection is not provided.
NFUSEO
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Motors furnished with these compressors do not have
overload protection. This protection is incorporated in
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the motor starter. Motor overload protection, in amperes,
for both manual and magnetic starters, mustQotexceed
full load motor current rating (nameplate) by .-
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2. 125% for motors marked with a temperature rise not
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OVER
LOAD
PRESSURE
SWITCH
1. 125% for motors marked with a service factorof 1.15.
TI
over40"C (102*F).
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THERMAL
UNITS (3)
T3
MOTOR
A CAUTION
3 PHASE
I PHASE
For safety, ground the motor and motor controller
to prevent accidental electrical shockThe ground conductor (conduit, pipe, cable) should be
equivalent in current carrying capacity to the wire
connectingte rnotor to the starter box.
For additional information, refer to the pertinent sections
of National Electrical Code, Chapter 2, Article 250 Grounding.
WIRING
When wiring an installation, be sure to have a qualified
(certified or licensed) electrician make the electrical
installation. Be certain that adequate wire sizes are
used, and that:
1. The electric meter is large enough and service is of
adequate ampere rating.
2. The supply line has the same electrical characteristics (voltage, cycles and phase) as the motor.
3. The line wire is the proper size and that no other
equipment is operated from the same line. The follow-
Figure 2
TO CHANGE TO THE ALTERNATE VOLTAGE
1. Rewire motor per data plate on motor or iflstruction
sheet.
2. Check electric rating of thermal overload switch or
magnetic starter and replace complete switch or thermal overload elements as required. The voltage andamperage ratings are listed on the motor date plate.
3. Check line wire for proper ampere rating.
DIRECTION OF ROTATION
The direction of rotation must be counterclockwise (as
shown by the arrow on the flywheel) while facing the
flywheel side of the pump.
The proper direction is very important The direction of
rotation of 3 phase motors can be reversed by intdechanging any two motor-line leads. CHECK MOTOR
ROTATION BEFORE ASSEMBLING BELTS.
Operation
A CAUTION
ing chart.6fves minimum recommended wiresizes for
compressor installations. For longer lines use the
next larger size wire.
The electric motor on this compressor may not be
suitable for 208V service. Check motor nameplate
for 208V listing before operating at 208 volts.
Various national and local 6 s and standards have
been set up covering elecri6al apparatus and wiring.
IMPORTANT: BEFORE STARTING THE COMPRESSOR CHECK THE OIL LEVEL INTHE COMPRESSOR
CRANKCASE AND ADD OIL IF REQUIRED.
These should be consulted and local ordinances ob-
served. Our recommended wire sizes may be larger than
the minimum set up by local ordinances. Ifso, the larger
size wire should be used to prevent excessive line volt-
agedrop.The additional wire cost is very small compared
with the cost of repairing or replacing a motor electrically
"starved" by the use of too small supply wires.
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Before starting compressor check that electrical
connections conform with motor nameplate data.
When putting unit into service for the first time, run
for two hours unloaded to help seat pist6n rigs.
Check pressure switch start/stop control operation by:
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Operation (Continued)
1. Isolating compressor from pipe system or allowing
the pressure to build in the air receiver.
2. Starting compressor and allowing pressure to reach
the upper limit of the pressure switch, 175 PSI.
Compressor should shut down.
3. Opening compressor to pipe system or allowing
pressure to dissipate from compressor. Compressor
should restart at 145 PSI.
OPERATING ADJUSTMENTS
IMPORTANT: DO NOT OPERATE COMPRESSOR
OVER 175 PSI.
A pressure switch control automatically starts and stops
the motor which drives the compressor. In use, the
pressure switch starts the motor as pressure falls below
145 PSI and stops the motor when pressure reaches
175 PSI. To lower the start/stop pressures, loosen the
spring nut which allows the range spring to expand.
To bring the start/stop pressures back to normal, tighten
the spring nut, which compresses the range spring.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT USE THE PRESSURE SWITCH
TO CONTROL PRESSURE AT POINT OF USE.
INSTEAD, USE A PRESSURE REGULATOR IN THE
LINE JUST AHEAD OF THE TOOL.
COMPRESSOR LUBRICATION
Use only single-viscosity, 3OW, non-detergent, compressor oil. Use Mobil Rarus 427 (stock number 4ZF21),
available at your local branch. Compressor requires
two quarts of oil.
NOTE: Use of automotive engine oil will cause carbon
deposits to build up on the valves. This will shorten
the life expectancy and will require more frequent
service to the valves. Do not use ATF hydraulic fluid,
two-cycle oil or any oil treatment product. Do not use
diester synthetic oil.
DAILY
1. Check oil level daily and add oil as required.
2. Turn off compressor at the end of each day's use.
3. Drain moisture from the air receiver (air tank) daily
by opening the drain cock at the bottom of the
receiver.
WEEKLY
1. Turn off all power and clean dust and foreign material
from the cylinder head, motor, fan glades, air lines,
intercooler, and tank.
2. Clean intake air filters. Do not wash or oil the element.
Blow dirt off element from inside with light air
pressure.
Maintenance
A CAUTION
Always disconnect power source and release all
pressure in entire system before attempting to
service the air compressor or any component in
the system.
BELT ADJUSTMENT
Belt tension should be adjusted to allow 3/8 to 1/2
inch deflection with normal thumb pressure. Also, align
belt using astraight edge against the face of the flywheel
and touching the rim on both sides of the face. The
belt should be parallel to this straight edge. See sketch.
Dimension Al should be the same as A2 and A3 to
ensure proper alignment of the belts.
Slots in the bedplate make it easy to slide the motor
back and forth to adjust belt tension.
3. Check V-belt for tightness each week. Belt tension
should be adjusted to allow approximately 3/8-1/2
inch deflection with normal thumb pressure.
90 DAYS OR 500 HOURS
1. Every 90 days or 500 operating hours, change the
compressor pump oil. Use only Mobil RarusTIM 421
oil, Model 4ZF21. Change oil more often if compressor is located in a dusty, dirty environment or if oil
is extremely dry when you change it.
2. Check entire system for air leakage around fittings,
etc., using a soap solution. Tighten nuts and
capscrews as required, see torque chart in
compressor manual.
If reed valves malfunction, inspect for broken reeds.
Replace broken reeds as needed. If,after reassembly,
reed valves continue to malfunction, replace them.
Lubricate electric motor in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations on card with motor.
KITS
Order these kits from the catalog or your nearest branch:
5Z709 Valve and head rebuild kit includes head
gaskets, valve plates, valves, oil seals, O-rings,
and cylinder gaskets.
STRAIGHT EDGE (BOARD
5Z714 Overhaul kit includes everything in 5Z709 plus
a complete set of piston rings.
Figure 3
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Troubleshooting Chart
SYMPTOM
Compressor vibrates
POSSIBLE CAUSE(S)
CORRECTIVE ACTION
1. Mounting bolts loose
2. Compressor not properly mounted
5. Bent crankshaft
1. Tighten
2. Level compressor so that all feet touch
the floor before tightening down, use
shims if necessary
3. Realign
4. Tighten belts, see "Maintenance"
section
5. Replace crankshaft
Air blowing out of inlet
1. Broken first stage inlet valve
1. Replace valve plate assembly
Insufficient pressure at
point of use
1. Leaks or restriction
1. Check for leaks or restriction in hose
or piping, repair
2. Clean or replace air filter element
3. Tighten belts, see "Maintenance"
section
4. Replace with larger hose or pipe
5. Limit air usage to compressor capacity
by using fewer or smaller tools
6. Replace reed valve assembly
3. Pulley and flywheel misaligned
4. Belts loose
2. Restricted air intake,
3. Slipping belts
4. Service hose or pipe too small
5. Excessive air requirement
6. Broken second stage valve
Receiver does not hold
pressure when compressor is unloaded
Excessive belt wear
1. Faulty check valve
1. Bleed Tank! Inspect and clean or replace
check valve
2. Locate and repair leak
3. Replace switch
2. Air leak in system
3. Blown pressure switch diaphragm
1. Pulley out of alignment
1. Realign motor pulley with compressor
flywheel
2. Adjust tension, see "Maintenance"
section
3. Adjust tension, see "Maintenance"
section
4. Check for worn crankshaft keyway or
pulley bore, resulting from running with
loose pulleys. Check for bent crankshaft
5. File smooth or replace
2. Belts too tight
3. Belts too loose
4. Pulley or flywheel wobble
Excessive discharge air
temperature
5. Damage in belt groove of pulley or flywheel
1. Dirty cooling surfaces
1. Clean cooling surfaces. of cylinder,
intercooler and discharge tube
2. Improve ventilation or relocate compressor
3. Replace head gasket
4. Clean or replace air filter element
5. Replace valve plate assembly
2. Poor ventilation
3. Blown head gasket
4. Restricted air intake
5. Worn valves
High oil consumption
1. Dirty air filter
2. Improper oil used
1. Replace filter element
2. Use industrial-grade compressor oil
3. Change rings, check cylinder for deep
scratches
4. Move air inletto cooler location orsupply
compressor with outside air
3. Worn rings from dirty inlet air
4. High inlet air temperature
Receiver pressure
builds up slowly
1. Dirty air filter
2. Blown cylinder head gasket
3. Worn or broken low pressure intake or
discharge valves
4. Air leaks
5. Loose belts
Receiver pressure
builds up quickly on
compressor
1. Water in receiver
Reset mechanism cuts
out repeatedly'; fuses of
proper size blow
1. Motor overload
Fuses blow repeatedly
1. Clean or replace filter element
2. Install new gasket
3. Install new valve plate assembly
4. Tighten joints
5. Tighten belts, see "Maintenance"
section
1. Drain receiver (This should be done
DAILY)
1. Shut down immediately to avoid damage. Check for low voltage to motor
2. Adjust or replace
2. Malfunction or improperly adjusted
pressure switch or pilot valve
3. High ambient temperature
3. Provide ventilation
1. Wrong fuse size
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1. Check to make sure that fuses are of
proper ampere rating
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DESCRIPTION
1
2
Air compressor pump
Air receiver
3
7/16-14 x 1/2" Hex head screw
4
5
7/16" Washer
7/16-14" Hex nut
6
3/8" NPT Drain cock
7
8
9
10
QTY
5F566
5Z365
1
1
ST070645AV
ST070916AV
ST036300AV
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3/4" Check valve
90* Compression fitting
Tube
1/4" Compression fitting
11
12
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PART
NO.
ST127700AV
6X209
ST072231AV
TF061500AV
ST011701AV
Copper tube
IPressure switch, 145/175
.1/4-18 x 2%" Pipe nipple
1/4" NPT, 300 PSI pressure gauge
Safety valve
4
8
4
1
1
1
1
1
R-060600AY
CW207561 AV
ST070307AV
GA01 6702AV
5A715
2 ft
1
1
1
1
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17
18
19
3/4 x 1/4" Reducer bushing
Motor, 7% HR 1 phase
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or, 7% HR 3 phase
-Belt, BX66
Pulley, 4.6" O.D., 1Iya" bore
ST151000AV
MC022384AV
MC301500AV
BT008500AV
PU009750AV
1
1
1
1
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5/16-18 x 1/2" Set screw
3/8-16 x 1%" Screw
3/8" Washer
3/8-16" Nut
Belt guard front
ST026400AV
ST070654AV
ST057600AV
ST070914AV
BG217000AV
2
2
8
4
1
25
Belt guard back
26
Cap
BG217100AV
1
ST075400AV
4
27
28
29
Hex flange nut
Bolt
Washer
ST116202AV
ST016500AV
ST011200AV
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31
32
A
1/4-20 x 1%" Bolt
1/4" Washer
Beltguard bracket
3/4" Ball valve
3/4-14 x 1%" Nipple
ST023400AV
ST000600AV
TF063100AV
5X716
TF070303AV
A
(A) Not shown.
(*) Standard hardware item; may be purchased locally.
Ct) Unloader valve available separately, part number CW00200AV.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS & PARTS MAN UAL
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7'/2 HP COMPRESSOR PUMP
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FORM 5S3274
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READ CAREFULLY BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO ASSEMBLE, INSTALL, OPERATE OR MAINTAIN THE PRODUCT
DESCRIBED. PROTECT YOURSELF AND OTHERS BY OBSERVING ALL SAFETY INFORMATION. FAILURE
TO COMPLY WITH INSTRUCTIONS COULD RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE!
RETAIN INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Breathable Air Warning
This compressor/pump is not equipped and should
not be used "as is" to supply breathing quality air.
For any application of air for human consumption,
the air compressor/ pump will need to be fitted with
suitable in-line safety and alarm equipment. This
additional equipment is necessary to properly filter
and purify the air to meet minimal specifications for
Grade D breathing as described in Compressed Gas
Association Commodity Specification G 7.1 - 1966,
OSHA 29 CFR 1910.134, and/or Canadian Standards Association (CSA).
Figure 1
Description
This Speedaire compressor pump is a two-cylinder, twostage unit to be driven by a 7/2 HP motor. The com-
DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES
In the event the compressor is used for the purpose
of breathing air application and proper in-line safety
and alarm equipment is not simultanteously used,
existing warranties shall be voided, and Dayton
Electric Mig. Co. disclaims any liability whatsoever
for any loss, personal injury or damage.
pressor is capable of up to 175 PSI discharge pressure.
Unpacking
After unpacking the unit, inspect carefully for any
damage that may have occurred during transit. Make
sure any loose fittings, bolts. etc.. are tightened before
putting unit into service.
General Safety Information
A WARNING A
DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE SERVICING.
1. Read instruction manuals for each component of
compressor package before putting into service.
2. Keep guards in good condition and in place at all
times.
3. Follow all local electrical and safety codes, the
National Electric Code (NEC) and the Occupational
Safety and Health Act (OSHA).
4. Electric motors should be securely and adequately
grounded.
Copyright 1993 W.W. Grainger, Inc.
5. Do not kink power cable or allow it to come in
contact with oil, grease, chemicals or sharp objects.
6. Do not exceed pressure limits for any component in
the system.
7. Check air hoses and fittings for wear or damage
before each use.
8. Inspect to make sure that all fittings, bolts, etc., are
tight and secure.
9. Do not touch compressor or motor while in operation since it isa normal condition forthese items to
operate at high temperature.
A CAUTION
Do not attempt to change the settings on control
components. Pressure switch and pilot valve
settings are preset at the factory for normal
operating conditions. Altering the settings will
result in compressor and motor damage.
A WARNING A
RELEASE SYSTEM PRESSURE BEFORE SERVICING.
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Dimensions
A WARNING A
GUARD MUST BE USED! USE A CHECK VALVE
AND AN ASME TYPE SAFETY VALVE WITH A
SETTING NO HIGHER THAN 200 PSI.
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10"
B
C
D
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Base-width
Bolt down-width
Bolt down to edge
Base to crank CTR
Overall width
F
Overall height
24%
H
HP exhaust opng. (manifold)
Bolt down hole dia.
Base-depth
Bolt down-depth
Bolt down to edge
Bolt hole to wheel (max.)
Flywheel width
Crank diameter
Flywheel diameter
Flywheel grooves
Overall depth
Flywheel drop
3/4
A
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J
K
L
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ROTATION OF FLYWHEEL
COUNTERCLOCKWISE WHEN
FACING THE FLYWHEEL
Figure 2
DIM.
ITEM
KEY
83/4
5/8
51/2
18
15/32
7%
5%
3/4
3%
2_
1%
161/z
2VB
1612
2%
Specifications
BORE & STROKE
4%& 2/2 x 3"
NO. CYLS.
2
DISP./STROKE
0.08cuft
OIL CAPY
2 Qt.
WT.
145 lbs
MAX. PRESS.
175 PSI
*Performance
DISCHARGE
PRESSURE
MOTOR
HP
DISPLACEMENT
CFM
175 PSI
7/2
31.4
FREE AIR
CFM
PUMP
RPM
APPROX.
PULLEY O.D.
APPROX.
PULLEY PITCH
DIAMETER
25.1 @175 PSI
1020
4.95
4.6
All data based on 3450 RPM electric motors, with a service factor of 1.15.
NOTE: Flow rate data determined in accordance with ASME power test codes.
(*) Data based on B section belts and pulleys. For continuous run operations, reduce motor pulley by one size.
Installation
A WARNING A
A SHUT-OFF VALVE SHOULD NEVER BE INSTALLED IN DISCHARGE LINE BETWEEN COMPRESSOR AND RECEIVER. IN EVENT THAT A SHUTOFF VALVE MUST BE INSTALLED IN THIS LOCATION, IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT A SAFETY VALVE
(WITH ADEQUATE FLOW CAPACITY AND CORRECT
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PRESSURE SETTING) BE PLACED IN LINE
BETWEEN SHUT-OFF VALVE AND COMPRESSOR.
NEVER USE REDUCERS IN DISCHARGE PIPING.
1. Select proper motor horsepower and compressor
speed by consulting specifications.
2. Do not overspeed compressor. This will severely
shorten life of pump and may overload electric motor.
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Installation (Continued)
Maintenance
3. Check that compressor rotation is counterclockwise.
(Arrow on flywheel)
4. All moving parts must be guarded. A belt guard must
be installed before operating the unit.
5. Operate compressor in a well ventilated, clean area.
6. Install compressor at least 18 to 24" from nearby
walls. This will ensure an unobstructed flow of air
to cool compressor.
NOTE: Pump outlet accommodates 3/4" O.D. copper
tubing. Optional adapter available for 3/4" NPT See
parts list-
A WARNING A
BEFORE SERVICING THE COMPRESSOR PACKAGE, MAKE SURE POWER SOURCE HAS BEEN
TURNED OFF AND SYSTEM AIR PRESSURE HAS
BEEN RELEASED.
COMPRESSOR LUBRICATION
A CAUTION
Before operating compressor, fill crankcase with
compressor oil as indicated below.
7. Make sure recommended oil has been added to
compressor crankcase.
8. If flywheel arrives separate from the compressor,
install the flywheel before putting compressor in
service.
REPLACEMENT PUMP
If this unit replaces an existing pump, use the same
number of belts from the flywheel to the pulley as the
pump on the compressor now. If that number is one,
put the belt in the groove closest to the pump on the
flywheel.
NOTE: If compressor operates in a hot, moist, environment, use optional kit TF060502AV and supply
compressor with clean, dry outside air-
Operation
1. Check oil level before operating compressor. Add
if required.
2. The compresor can be operated with constant speed
unloading or pressure switch, start-stop controls
when driven by an electric motor. Gasoline engine
driven units cannot utilize the pressure switch, start
- stop control.
CONSTANT SPEED UNLOADING
The compressor is not equipped with head valve
unloaders, therefore a separate mechanism such as
the Load Genie unloader (Model No. 5X709) should
be used to allow the compressor to run continuously,
while unloading and loading at preset pressure limits.
This mechanism should be installed between the
compressor discharge and the air receiver. Ifa receiver
check valve has been installed for pressure switch
operation, it must be removed for constant speed
unloading using a Load Genie.
PRESSURE SWITCH START - STOP
Start - stop control (compressor stops and starts
according to preset pressure limits of a pressure switch)
can be installed by connecting a properly sized pressure
switch to the air receiver to sense pressure changes
and electrically to the starter to start or stop the motor
as needed.
IMPORTANT: THIS COMPRESSOR HAS A MAXIMUM
OPERATING PRESSURE OF 175 PSIG. DO NOT
ALTER PRESSURE SETTINGS ON CONTROL COMPONENTS ABOVE THIS LIMIT.
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Use only single-viscosity, 30W, non-detergent, compressor oil. Use Mobil Rarus 427 (stock number 4ZF21),
available at your local branch. Compressor requires
two quarts of oil. Fill to the center of the sight gauge.
NOTE: Use of automotive engine oil will cause carbon
deposits to build up on the valves. This will shorten
the life expectancy and will require more frequent
service to the valves. Do not use ATF hydraulic fluid,
two-cycle oil or any oil treatment product. Do not use
diester synthetic oil.
DAILY
1. Check oil daily and add oil as required.
2. Turn off compressor at the end of each day's use.
3. Drain moisture from the air receiver (air tank) daily
by opening the drain cock at the bottom of the
receiver.
WEEKLY
1. Turn off all power and clean dust and foreign material
from the cylinder head, motor, fan blades, air lines,
intercooler, and tank.
2. Clean intake air filters. Do not wash or oil the element.
Blow dirt off element from inside with light air
pressure.
3. Check V-belts for tightness each week. Belt tension
should be adjusted to allow approximately 3/8 - 1/2
inch deflection with normal thumb pressure.
90 DAYS OR 500 HOURS
1. Every 90 days or 500 operating hours, change the
compressor pump oil and oil filter. Use only Mobil
Rarus m 427 oil, Model 4ZF21. Change oil more often
if compressor is located in a dusty, dirty environment
or if oil is extremely dirty when you change it
2. Check entire system for air leakage around fittings,
etc., using a soap solution. Tighten nuts and
capscrews as required, see Torque Chart.
,If reed valves malfunction, inspect for broken reeds.
Replace broken reeds as needed.
When replacing compression rings, be sure the mark
(circle, dot, triangle, etc., indicating the top of the ring)
is on top and near the upper surface of the piston.
DOT SIDE UP
STORAGE
If compressor is to be stored for a short period of time,
make sure that it is stored in a normal position and
in a cool protected area.
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Figure 3 - Replacement Parts Illustration
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EFIPART
TY.
NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
1/4-20 Wing nut
2
4
5
Filter element
1/4-20 x 1/2' screw
1R417
ST074401AV
0-ring
3/8-16 x 3%" Screw
3/8' Bellville washer
3/8' Plain washer
7
8
9
10
15
16
17
18
N Reed valve
U Seal, LP
U Valve seat, LP
U 6-32 x 1/2' Threadform
1
9
9
9
TF060100AG
TF060300AV
TF059900AY
TF060600AV
5
2
2
9
HS002203AV
TF060800AV
TF059800AY
screw ST157700AV
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19 U 6-32 Locknut
20 U Valve plate
21 U Reed valve
Exhaust seal, HP
22
ST076004AV
TF059700AG
TWO06501AV
TF060700AV
0-ring
1/4-20 x 3/4" Screw
Tube fitting
ST070186AV
ST120200AV
TF060400AV
6
12
3
32
33
34
Intercooler
Retaining ring
Piston pin
TF002001BH
ST059400AV
TFOO0500AV
4
2
(t) Optional adapter to supply compressor with clean, dry
outside air. Must purchase 1'NPT pipe locally to run
from compressor to filter, Model 4Z681.
Optional
(t) Not shown.
TORQUE CHART
8
TF057800AV
ST051100AV
2
*
4
46
Bearing cap
47 * 0.015' Gasket
48
Ball bearing
49
Crankshaft w/bearings
TF060900AG
XA006102AV
ST129200AV
TF053701AJ
1
1
2
1
50
51
52
53
Oil level gage
1/4-18 NPT Drain plug
1/2-14 NPT Filler plug
Crankcase assembly
TF050101AV
ST022000AV
ST066400AV
TF050202AJ
1
54
Oil seal
Flywheel
Washer
Lockwasher
7/16-14 Hex head screw
1
6
ST066900AV
PUL011100AV
ST124200AV
ST071012AV
TF058100AV
Filter kit
(includes Ref. Nos. 1-7)
Valve plate assembly
1
60
Ring kit
Piston assembly, high pressure
Piston assembly, low pressure
$3/4" NPT Fitting adapter
--
Gasket kit
Valve replacement kit
tThreaded air intake adapter
Air filter with 1'NPT
U
A
A
3/8-16 Head screw
42 ft/lbs.
15
14
14
30
TF0O6900AJ
TF002300AJ
TF002400AJ
TF062500AV
TF061600AJ
TF061700AJ
TF060502AV
4Z681
1
1
1
2
A WARNING A
RELEASE ALL PRESSURE AND DISCONNECT
POWER BEFORE MAKING ANY REPAIR. ALL
ELECTRICAL WORK MUST BE DONE BY A QUALIFIED (LICENSED OR CERTIFIED) ELECTRICIAN.
TORQUE
(FT-LBS)
3/8-24 Cylinder Screw
5/16-18 Connecting rod screw
5/16-18 Bearing cap screw
7/16-14 Flywheel screw
TF060501AV
TF059700AJ
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62
63
64
(*) Standard hardware item, available locally.
37
40
45
58
6
2
REPLACEMENT KITS
27
30
31
DESCRIPTION
1
IP002102AJ
HS003900AV
ST070176AV
ST070802AV
56
57
58
TF060000AY
ST157600AV
ST110800AV
TF061301AV
OTY.
42
Breather cap
3
Tube
44 * 0-ring
45
5/16-18 x 3/4" Socket screw
59
REF
NO.
TF058000AG
XA006200AV
ST067200AV
Connecting rod assembly
Needle bearing
5/16-18 x 1' Socket
head screw
38
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40
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Exhaust valve seat, HP
24 U 6-32 x 3/4" Screw with split
25 0 0-ring
26
Gasket, cylinder to valve plate
DESCRIPTION
3
ST070684AV
ST158100AV
ST057700AV
11
Cylinder head
12 0 Head gasket
13
Inlet valve seat, HP
14 * Inlet gasket, HP
NO.
Cylinder
35
36 * Gasket, cylinder to crankcase
3/8-24 xl' Hex head screw
37
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1/4' Washer
PART
NO.
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Troubleshooting Chart
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSE(S)
Oil in discharge air
First, be sure there is a
problem
1. Air intake restricted
2. Restricted breather valve
3. Excess oil in compressor
4. Wrong type or viscosity
of oil
5. Worn piston rings
Overheating
1. Poor ventilation
2. Dirty pump
3. Improper rotation
Diagnose oil contamination problems by testing the
discharge air or measuring oil consumption from the
crankcase
1. Replace intake filter. Look for restrictions in the intake
system
2. Clean and check the breather valve for free operation
3. Drain oil down to the full mark on the oil level gauge
4. Refer to the Lubrication section of this manual for the
correct type and viscosity of oil
5. Replace with new cylinder/piston assembly
1.,Relocate compressor so it has an ample supply of cool,
clean, well circulated, dry air. Supply compressor with
outside air
IMPORTANT: NEVER INSTALL THE COMPRESSOR NEAR
BOILERS OR IN ANY AREA WITH WARM, HUMID AIR
2. Clean the cooling surfaces of the cylinder and intercooler
3. Use arrow on the pulley to check for proper rotation. If
wrong, have a licensed or certified electrician reverse
motor rotation.
Excessive
belt wear
1. Pulley out of alignment
2. Belt too loose or tight
3. Pulley wobble
1. Realign the motor pulleys with the compressor pulley
2. Adjust the tension on the belt
3. Check for worn crankshaft, keyway, or pulley bore
resulting from running a bent crankshaft
Motor
stalls
1. Overloaded motor
1. Have a licensed or certified electrician examine the motor
and wiring. Act on their recommendations
2. Check current draw at 90 PSI (595 to 630kPa) and at
start-up
Low discharge
pressure
1. Air leaks
2. Low voltage
2. Restricted air intake
3. Slipping belts
4. Blown gasket or valve
5. Low compression
Knocking
1. Loose motor or compressor pulley
2. Low oil in the crankcase
3. Burned out bearing
4. Check valve
5. Loose valve assemblies
6. Piston hitting the head
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CORRECTIVE ACTION
1. Listen for escaping air. Apply soap suds solution to all
fittings and connections. Bubbles will appear at points
of leakage. Tighten or replace any leaking fittings or
connections
2. Replace the intake filter. Check for unnecessary elbows
in the intake line and remove if they are restricting the
flow of intake air to the compressor
3. Adjust belt tension
4. Replace gaskets or valves proven faulty on inspection
5. Low pressure can be due to worn rings or cylinder walls.
Replace the piston rings, cylinder, or piston as appropriate
1. Loose motor or compressor pulleys are a common cause
of compressor knocks. Tighten pulley clamps, bolts, and
screws
2. Check for proper oil level. If low, check for damaged
bearings
3. Replace worn or burned out bearings, repair cause of
failure
4. Note: The discharge check valve may sound like a knock.
Check valve noise is normal for those units
5. Remove the valve assembly and valve assembly gasket
from the head. Replace the valve assembly gaskets with
a new one and reinstall the valve assembly after examining the valve pockets in the head and the valve holddown screws sufficiently (to hold the valve solidly in place)
6. Remove compressor head and inspect for carbon
deposits or other foreign matter on top of the piston. Brush
the carbon off the valve plate, valves, and piston head.
Replace if the deposits can't be totally removed. Never
scrape these parts
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MAINTENANCE PERFORMED
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