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SS95-X
Surge Suppressor
Operation / Maintenance
Manual
SERIAL NUMBER (located on top of product):
PATENTS: U.S. 05971402
12/19/06 – MSS95LX-A
CONTENTS
1
2
3
INSTALLATION............................................................................................................3
1.1 UNPACKING ......................................................................................................3
1.2 LOCATING / MOUNTING SURGE.....................................................................3
MAINTENANCE ...........................................................................................................5
2.1 PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE.....................................................5
2.2 RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS ....................................................................5
2.3 TOOLS................................................................................................................5
2.4 PARTS ILLUSTRATION.....................................................................................6
2.5 PARTS LIST .......................................................................................................6
2.6 CLEAN-UP..........................................................................................................6
2.7 DISASSEMBLY ..................................................................................................7
2.8 CLEANING .........................................................................................................7
2.9 ASSEMBLY ........................................................................................................7
2.9.a Head Assembly .....................................................................................8
2.9.b Final Assembly ......................................................................................8
WARRANTY
.........................................................................................................9
SS95 SURGE OPERATION / MAINTENANCE MANUAL
CONTENTS
1
INSTALLATION
1.1
UNPACKING
After unpacking, the Surge Suppressor should be checked for any damage that
may have occurred during shipment. Damage should be reported to the carrier
immediately.
The following items should be included within the shipping container:
Qty
1
1
1.2
Item
SS95-X
MSS95-X
Description
SS95 Surge Suppressor
Operation/Maintenance Manual
LOCATING / MOUNTING SURGE
•
Run 1/8 bleed line to drain. In the event of a diaphragm failure fluid may flow
through tube to drain.
•
Connect air supply using 3/8” or larger air line. Air supply to Surge
Suppressor must be equal to or greater than pump supply pressure.
NOTE: When connecting the SS95-X to an externally controlled pump, do not
connect the SS95-X air supply via a tee from the pump. Connect to a separate
continuous supply.
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Figure 1-1
Figure 1-2
Available Options
Inline, 3/4” Super 300 Type Pillar®
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2
MAINTENANCE
2.1
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
SS95-X Surge Suppressor
2 Year
1 Year
Inspection
6 Month
4 Year
2 Year
1 Year
Replacement
X
X
X
X
2.2
Component /
Comments
Poppet Pilot Valves and Seats
Diaphragms
Union Nut Retorque
RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS
KRSS95-00-A Spares Rebuild Kit, which includes:
Part No
1700C0047
98002450
AK020
AK030
AL023
2.3
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
Description
Diaphragm
O-ring
Pilot Poppet
Pilot Seal
Pilot Seat
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
Description
Torque Wrench, 30-150 Ft. Lb.
1/4” Drive Handle
Strap Wrench
3/4” Pin Tool
Bench Vise
TOOLS
Include:
Part No
98003108
98003305
T0129
T0146
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2.4
PARTS ILLUSTRATION
2.5
PARTS LIST
ILL
NO
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
*
2.6
PART NO
AL003-01*
AM022
AL056
1700C0047
J0093
AL019
AL014
AL001
98002450
AL023
AK020
AK030
AL004
C0102
98003207
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
DESCRIPTION
Union Nut
Base, Mounting
Body, Inline ¾” Pillar Connection
Diaphragm
Push Plate
Support Plate
Shaft
Head
O-Ring
Pilot Seat
Pilot Poppet
Pilot Cap Seal
Pilot Cap
Base, Quick Release
Screw, #4-20 X ¾”, FHSMS
Available in other configurations
MATERIALS
PVDF
PP
PFA
PTFE
PTFE
PTFE
PFA
PP
FFKM
PTFE
PFA
PTFE
PP
PP
G.F. PP
CLEAN-UP
To help remove potentially dangerous chemicals prior to service or shipment, the
surge Suppressor should be flushed with DI water or disassembled and
thoroughly cleaned. Allow DI water to flush in and out to prevent pressure build
up. Surge Suppressor can also be submerged in a rinse tank for clean up.
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NOTE: When handling Surge Suppressor, wear appropriate personal protection
gear, including safety glasses.
2.7
DISASSEMBLY
During the life of the Surge Suppressor it may be necessary to perform certain
preventative maintenance procedures to ensure its continued high performance.
This Section and Section 2.9 Assembly are provided for the user’s convenience
in disassembling and re-assembling the Surge Suppressor.
•
Thoroughly clean/flush the Surge Suppressor using DI water (See Section
2.6 Clean-Up).
•
Remove Surge Suppressor from Pump or fluid line.
•
Remove safety tube fitting and air inlet fitting.
•
Secure Surge Suppressor in Bench mounted vice across the flats in the
head. To prevent aesthetics damage to head, use a protective barrier
between vice and head.
•
Remove union nut using the strap wrench, turning the nut counter clockwise
to loosen.
•
Pull the body away from the diaphragms. NOTE: Do not pry on body seal
groove, this will damage the sealing surface.
•
To remove diaphragms cut a slit in diaphragm with knife and pull the
diaphragms from the support plate. NOTE: Do not pry on Support Plate seal
groove, this will damage the sealing surface.
•
Remove support plate from head.
•
Remove push plate from shaft.
•
Remove head from vice.
•
Remove pilot cap and seal from head using 3/4” Pin Tool.
•
Remove pilot poppet from head.
•
Remove pilot seat from head using 3/4” Pin Tool.
NOTE: Following disassembly, parts should be thoroughly washed and be free
from chemical residue for handling purposes.
2.8
CLEANING
Gently spray clean or tank rinse all components with DI Water to remove any
trace of materials remaining after disassembly.
2.9
ASSEMBLY
Prior to beginning assembly, inspect all parts to ensure they are clean and dry.
Damaged or worn parts should be replaced, along with all air and fluid seals.
Wear clean protective gloves. Precautions should be exercised to prevent
contaminating any of the air chamber surfaces with chemicals during handling.
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2.9.a Head Assembly
•
Thread pilot seat into head using 3/4”. Light hand tight; do not over tighten,
damage will occur.
•
Install pilot poppet into pilot seat in head.
•
Install seal and pilot cap into head tighten using 3/4” Pin Tool.
2.9.b Final Assembly
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•
Secure Head in bench mounted vice across the flats to prevent aesthetic
damage use a protective barrier between vice and head.
•
Install shaft through support plate; thread push plate onto shaft hand tight.
•
Install assembled support plate into head.
•
Install diaphragms onto support plate.
•
Note V-groove orientation of diaphragms.
•
Install body onto diaphragms.
•
Thread union nut onto head using strap wrench turning clock-wise to tighten.
Torque to 75 ft-lbs.
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WARRANTY
SS95 SURGE SUPPRESSOR
TREBOR International, Inc. warrants to the purchaser of new equipment
manufactured by TREBOR to be free from defects in material and workmanship
when used for its intended purpose under normal operating conditions, and
maintained according to the Operation/Maintenance Manual.
TREBOR’s obligation under this warranty is limited to repairing or replacing, at
TREBOR’s option and at the TREBOR factory, any part or parts thereof which
shall, within 2 years after delivery thereof to the original purchaser, be
demonstrated to TREBOR’s satisfaction to have been defective. This warranty
may be transferred to subsequent owners. The warranty period is based on the
original ship date from the factory. All warranty related freight costs shall be
borne by the customer.
Excessive wear to pump components caused by pumping abrasive solutions or
chemicals, as well as damage caused by ingesting foreign objects shall not be
covered by this warranty.
This warranty shall not apply to any equipment which, in the judgment of
TREBOR, shall have been repaired or altered outside TREBOR’s factory in any
way, so as to affect its performance or reliability; subjected to misuse, negligence
or accident; or used other than in accordance with TREBOR’s printed
instructions.
There are no terms, conditions or warranties, expressed, implied or
statutory, of merchantability, fitness, capacity, or otherwise, of the goods
ordered, other than, or different from, the warranty set forth above. This
warranty takes precedence over any other warranty, expressed or implied.
TREBOR neither assumes, nor authorizes any other party to assume for it, any
liability in connection with said equipment except as set forth above.
Super 300 Type Pillar® are registered trademarks of Nippon Pillar Packing Co. LTD
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