Cissell CUCC Installation & Operation Manual

Cissell CUCC Installation & Operation Manual
Operation/Maintenance
Laundry Presses
Refer to Page 3 for Model Numbers
SCR526N
Keep These Instructions for Future Reference.
(If this machine changes ownership, this manual must accompany machine.)
An LSG Company
831 South First Street, P.O. Box 32270
Louisville, KY 40232-2270
Phone: (502) 587-1292
Sales Fax: (502) 585-3625
Service/Parts Fax: (502) 681-1275
www.cissellmfg.com
Part No. AJ1027
December 2004
Table of
Contents
Model Identification ...........................................................................
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Safety Information..............................................................................
Explanation of Safety Messages...........................................................
Important Safety Instructions ...............................................................
5
5
5
Introduction.........................................................................................
Replacement Parts ................................................................................
Nameplate Location..............................................................................
General Description ..............................................................................
Optional Equipment..............................................................................
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7
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Operation.............................................................................................
Operating Controls and Indicators – Typical Laundry Press................
Operating Controls and Indicators – Typical Laundry Collar
and Cuff Press ....................................................................................
Pre-Operating Services .........................................................................
Press Operation .....................................................................................
Presses Without Timers or Presses With Timer Set to
“OFF” Position ...............................................................................
Presses With Timers Only ...............................................................
Post-Operating Services........................................................................
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9
15
15
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Maintenance ........................................................................................
Periodic Inspections..............................................................................
Cleaning Press Head .............................................................................
Cleaning Air Filter/Regulator ...............................................................
Cleaning Steam Strainer .......................................................................
Cleaning Customer-Furnished Steam Traps.........................................
Cleaning Air Strainer............................................................................
Filter/Lubricator Maintenance ..............................................................
For Non-SMC FRL (Air Filter/Regulator/Lubricator) ....................
For SMC FRL (Air Filter/Regulator/Lubricator).............................
Lubrication............................................................................................
Adjusting Air Line Lubricator Flow Rate........................................
Filling Air Line Lubricator ..............................................................
Quality Troubleshooting.......................................................................
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Model Identification
Information in this manual is applicable to these
model(s):
LP19 (C218)
LP22 (C222)
LP51 (C451)
LP53 (C554)
CUCC (CCCW-ST and CCCW-C)
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Safety Information
Explanation of Safety Messages
Important Safety Instructions
Precautionary statements (“DANGER,” “WARNING,”
and “CAUTION”), followed by specific instructions,
are found in this manual and on machine decals. These
precautions are intended for the personal safety of the
operator, user, servicer, and those maintaining the
machine.
Save These Instructions
DANGER
Indicates an imminently hazardous
situation that, if not avoided, will cause
severe personal injury or death.
WARNING
WARNING indicates the presence of a
hazard that can cause severe personal
injury, death, or substantial property
damage if the warning is ignored.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock,
serious injury or death to persons when
using your press, follow these basic
precautions:
W372
1. Read all instructions before using the press.
2. Refer to the GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS in
the INSTALLATION manual for the proper
grounding of the press.
3. Do not allow children to play on or in the press.
4. Do not reach into the press while the press is in
operation.
5. Do not install or store the press where it will be
exposed to water and/or weather.
6. Do not tamper with the controls.
CAUTION
CAUTION indicates the presence of a
hazard that will or can cause minor
personal injury or property damage if the
caution is ignored.
Additional precautionary statements (“IMPORTANT”
and “NOTE”) are followed by specific instructions.
IMPORTANT: The word “IMPORTANT” is used
to inform the reader of specific procedures where
minor machine damage will occur if the procedure
is not followed.
NOTE: The word “NOTE” is used to communicate
installation, operation, maintenance or servicing
information that is important but not hazard
related.
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7. Do not repair or replace any part of the press, or
attempt any servicing unless specifically
recommended in the user-maintenance
instructions or in published user-repair
instructions that the user understands and has the
skills to carry out.
8. To reduce the risk of an electric shock or fire, DO
NOT use an extension cord or an adapter to
connect the press to the electrical power source.
9. Use press only for its intended purpose, finishing
garments.
10. ALWAYS disconnect the press from electrical
supply before attempting any service. Disconnect
the power cord by grasping the plug, not the cord.
11. Install the press according to the
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS. All
connections for steam, electrical power and
grounding must comply with local codes and be
made by licensed personnel when required.
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Safety Information
12. Replace worn power cords and/or loose plugs.
13. Never operate the press with any guards and/or
panels removed.
14. DO NOT operate the press with missing or
broken parts.
15. DO NOT bypass any safety devices.
16. Failure to install, maintain, and/or operate this
press according to the manufacturer’s
instructions may result in conditions which can
produce bodily injury and/or property damage.
NOTE: The WARNINGS and IMPORTANT
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS appearing in this
manual are not meant to cover all possible
conditions and situations that may occur. Common
sense, caution and care must be exercised when
installing, maintaining, or operating the press.
Safety signs and labels are also placed on the press.
Those signs and labels are limited messages. Where
needed, further explanations are provided in the
manual. These signs are to be inspected for readability
and replaced when missing, damaged or unreadable.
Refer to Maintenance section of this manual for
inspections process. Refer to parts manual for ordering
information.
DANGER
To avoid possible serious injury, ensure
that air and steam supply systems have
adequate RELIEF VALVE PROTECTION or
have the pressures sufficiently limited at
the sources for safe operating pressures
as specified for this equipment.
W333
Any problems or conditions not understood should be
reported to the dealer, distributor, service agent or the
manufacturer.
When using your press (garment finishing appliance),
basic precautions should always be followed,
including the following:
1. Read all instructions.
2. Use appliance only for its intended use.
3. Close supervision is necessary for any appliances
being used by or near children. Do not leave
appliance unattended while connected.
WARNING
To AVOID possible serious injury, BEFORE
performing maintenance or repair tasks:
• Shut off and lock out ALL electric power
to the press.
• Shut off and lock out ALL air service to
the press.
• Shut off and lock out ALL steam service
to the press.
• Allow heated surfaces to cool.
4. To reduce the likelihood of circuit overload, do
not operate another high wattage appliance on the
same circuit.
W358
WARNING
• Failure to install, maintain, and/or operate this machine according to the manufacturer’s
instructions may result in conditions which can produce serious injury, death, and/or
property damage.
• Do not repair or replace any part of the machine or attempt any servicing unless specifically
recommended or published in the service manual and that you understand and have the
skills to carry out.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the machine is properly grounded and to reduce the risk of fire,
electric shock, serious injury, or death.
W335
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Introduction
Replacement Parts
General Description
If literature or replacement parts are required, contact
the source from which the machine was purchased or
contact Cissel at (502) 587-1292 for the name and
address of the nearest authorized parts distributor.
The press is an air-operated, steam-heated garment
press. The press is designed for pressing of damp
garments. Major press components are:
●
Steam heated head and buck.
Nameplate Location
●
One air cylinder dedicated to head closing.
Always provide the machine’s serial number and
model number when ordering parts or when seeking
technical assistance. Refer to Figure 1.
●
One air cylinder dedicated to apply pressing
pressure once head is closed.
●
A shock absorber that cushions head opening and
closing.
●
Head opening springs which extend as head
closes. Springs contract to open head.
●
A timer control (optional) which automatically
opens press head at set time. Timer can be turned
off for manual operation.
●
A two hand, anti-tie down, synchronous control
which controls press head closing.
●
A filter/regulator/lubricator and lockout
downstream relieving shut-off valve at air inlet.
1
2
Optional Equipment
Optional equipment available for press includes:
1
●
Programmable timer (standard on CUCC
models)
●
Manual water spray for hookup of water
●
Manual water spray with copper reservoir
SCR551N
SCR551N
1
2
Nameplate – New Models
Nameplate – Old Models
Figure 1
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Operation
Operating Controls and Indicators –
Typical Laundry Press
7
6
1
5
2
3
4
SCR526N
1
2
3
Air Filter/Regulator/Lubricator and Downstream
Relieving Air Shut-Off and Lockout Valve
Pressing Time Selector Knob
Timer On/Off Switch
4
5
6
7
Timer Fuse
Right Close Pushbutton
Open Pushbutton
Left Close Pushbutton
Figure 2
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Refer to Figure 2.
5.
Controls or Indicators
Function
Position or Indication
NOTE: If either close pushbutton is released BEFORE head is fully closed and pressing pressure is applied,
head will return to a fully open position.
1. Air inlet assembly including
filter/regulator, gauge,
lubricator and downstream air
relieving shut-off and lockout
valve
Regulator: Reduces supply air pressure to operating air
pressure.
Adjust air pressure regulator to
80 ± 5 psi (5.52 ± 0.34 bar).
Downstream air relieving shut-off and lockout valve:
Turns air supply to press on and off. Exhausts air from
press when in OFF position. Capable of locking in OFF
position.
Turn knob to ON position to
supply air to press. Turn knob
to OFF position to shut off air
supply to press and
simultaneously exhaust air from
machine.
2. Pressing time selector knob* Determines amount of time head remains closed when
timer switch (3) is on.
Set to desired time.
3. Timer on/off switch*
Turns timer on or off.
Set to desired position.
4. Timer fuse*
Provides overload protection to timer.
5. Right close pushbutton
When pressed simultaneously with left close pushbutton
(7), press head closes. Must be held until head is fully
closed.
Press to actuate.
6. Open pushbutton
Opens pressing head. Overrides both close pushbuttons
and electric timer.
Press to actuate.
7. Left close pushbutton
When pressed simultaneously with right close pushbutton Press to actuate.
(5), press head closes. Must be held until head is fully
closed.
* Timer is optional on all models except CUCC models.
Table 1
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Operation
Operating Controls and Indicators –
Typical Laundry Collar and Cuff Press
1
7
2
6
3
4
5
SCR524N
SCR526N
1
2
3
4
Right Close Pushbutton
Pressing Time Selector Knob
Timer Fuse
Timer On/Off Switch
5
6
7
Air Filter/Regulator/Lubricator and Downstream
Relieving Air Shut-Off and Lockout Valve
Open Pushbutton
Left Close Pushbutton
Figure 3
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Refer to Figure 3.
6.
Controls or Indicators
Function
Position or Indication
NOTE: If either close pushbutton is released BEFORE head is fully closed and pressing pressure is applied,
head will return to a fully open position.
1. Right close pushbutton
When pressed simultaneously with left close pushbutton
(7), press head closes. Must be held until head is fully
closed.
2. Pressing time selector knob* Determines amount of time head remains closed when
timer switch (4) is on.
Press to actuate.
Set to desired time.
3. Timer fuse*
Provides overload protection to timer.
4. Timer on/off switch*
Turns timer on or off.
Set to desired position.
5. Air inlet assembly including
filter/regulator, gauge,
lubricator and downstream air
relieving shut-off and lockout
valve
Regulator: Reduces supply air pressure to operating air
pressure.
Adjust air pressure regulator to
80 ± 5 psi (5.52 ± 0.34 bar).
Downstream air relieving shut-off and lockout valve:
Turns air supply to press on and off. Exhausts air from
press when in OFF position. Capable of locking in OFF
position.
Turn knob to ON position to
supply air to press. Turn knob
to OFF position to shut off air
supply to press and
simultaneously exhaust air from
machine.
6. Open pushbutton
Opens pressing head. Overrides both close pushbuttons
and electric timer.
Press to actuate.
7. Left close pushbutton
When pressed simultaneously with right close pushbutton Press to actuate.
(1), press head closes. Must be held until head is fully
closed.
* Timer is optional on all models except CUCC models.
Table 2
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Operation
Pre-Operating Services
NOTE: The following instructions will optimize
garment quality and prolong padding life.
Perform the following services daily before using
press:
1. Check condition of buck padding. Padding
should be replaced if:
•
•
7. Simultaneously push both close pushbuttons. As
head travels downward, release right pushbutton.
Head should return open.
8. Simultaneously push both close pushbuttons.
Have a second person press open pushbutton as
you continue pressing close pushbuttons. Head
should open.
WARNING
Cover is scorched or torn.
Cover is hard, brittle or not springy.
WARNING
To avoid possible serious injury when
cleaning or repairing traps or strainers:
• Shut off AND lock out ALL steam service
to press.
• Let heated surface cool.
W340
2. Open air supply line and downstream relief shutoff valves (refer to Figure 4). If press is equipped
with a timer, turn press timer to “OFF.”
3. Simultaneously push and hold both close
pushbuttons until head is closed against buck.
4. Release close pushbuttons. Head should remain
closed.
To avoid possible serious injury:
• Perform steps 3 through 8 daily before
using press.
• Do NOT use press if ANY step is not
performing properly.
W341
9. If press is equipped with a timer, turn press timer
to “ON.”
WARNING
If head does not open as described above, the
unit must not be operated until repaired by a
qualified service technician.
W403
10. Slowly open steam supply and condensate return
shut-off valves to prevent water hammer in steam
pipes. Allow 15 to 20 minutes for press to heat.
5. Push open pushbutton. Head should open.
6. Simultaneously push both close pushbuttons. As
head travels downward, release left pushbutton.
Head should return open.
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3 in. MIN.
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1
12
2
9
3
4
10
5
3
8
3
TO STEAM
RETURN
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7
6
SCR463N
SCR463N
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Steam Return*
Steam Trap
Union
Check Valve
Steam Return Shut-Off Valve
Air Supply
Filter Regulator Lubricator*
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Air Supply Line Shut-Off Valve
Steam Inlet*
Steam Strainer
Steam Supply Shut-Off Valve
Steam Supply Line
Header
Riser
*Parts installed on press by manufacturer
Figure 4
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Operation
Press Operation
One complete pressing operation is described in the
following steps.
Presses Without Timers or Presses With
Timer Set to “OFF” Position
1. Perform pre-operating services.
2. If press is equipped with a timer, place switch
(Item 3, Figure 2 and Item 4, Figure 3) in OFF
position.
3. Dress garment on buck.
4. Simultaneously push and hold both close
pushbuttons (Items 5 and 7, Figure 2 and Items 1
and 7, Figure 3) until head closes and pressing
pressure is applied. Release both pushbuttons.
NOTE: If either pushbutton is released BEFORE
pressing pressure is applied, head will return to a
fully OPEN position.
NOTE: If either pushbutton is released BEFORE
pressing pressure is applied, head will return to a
fully open position.
6. Pressing pressure will be applied for period of
time set. When timer times out, head will
automatically open.
NOTE: Head can be opened at any time during
timer controlled pressing by pressing open
pushbutton (Item 6, Figure 2 and Figure 3).
7. Hang or fold pressed article as soon as possible to
preserve finish.
Post-Operating Services
Perform the following services after final operation of
day or anytime press is not going to be used for an
extended period of time.
1. Close steam supply shut-off valve (refer to
Figure 4).
5. Once garment is sufficiently pressed, open press
head.
2. Close downstream relieving shut-off valve at air
inlet (refer to Figure 4).
6. Hang or fold pressed article as soon as possible to
preserve finish.
3. Close condensate return shut-off valve (refer to
Figure 4).
Presses With Timers Only
Clean press head if required. Refer to Maintenance
section.
1. Perform pre-operating services.
2. Place timer switch (Item 3, Figure 2 and Item 4,
Figure 3) in ON position.
3. Set time selector knob (Item 2, Figure 2 and
Figure 3) to desired time.
NOTE: Proper time required for pressing varies
with garment material, moisture retention, and
steam pressure.
4. Dress garment on buck.
5. Simultaneously push and hold both close
pushbuttons (Items 5 and 7, Figure 2 and Items 1
and 7, Figure 3) until head closes and pressing
pressure is applied. Release both pushbuttons.
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Maintenance
NOTE: SHUTDOWNS due to unscheduled
maintenance can be AVOIDED OR MINIMIZED
by:
●
Performing periodic inspections as described,
AND
●
Performing lubrication services at time
intervals specified in these instructions.
WARNING
To avoid possible serious injury:
• ALWAYS close air supply line shut-off
valve AND lock out air service BEFORE:
- opening filter drain cock
- removing filter bowl
Following are recommended precautions that
personnel must understand and apply when
performing general periodic maintenance tasks.
- filling oil bowl
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WARNING
To avoid possible serious injury:
• ALWAYS shut off services to unit
BEFORE doing ANY maintenance,
service, setup, adjustments or repair
tasks.
• Shut off AND lock out ALL electric power
to unit.
• Shut off AND lock out ALL air service to
unit.
• Shut off AND lock out ALL steam service
to unit.
• Let heated surfaces cool.
• BE SURE moving parts are at a
standstill.
• ALWAYS be careful to AVOID springloaded components when working inside
unit.
• ALL maintenance, service, etc., MUST be
performed ONLY by qualified service
personnel.
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Maintenance
Periodic Inspections
Frequency at which inspections should be performed,
inspection procedures to be followed, and corrective
actions to be taken are listed in Table 3. If complete
details for inspections and/or corrective actions are not
listed in Table 3, refer to referenced sections for
detailed instructions.
Time Interval
Operation or Inspection Procedure
Daily or after each 8 hours
Weekly or after 40 hours
Every 2 weeks or after each
80 hours of operation
Check air filter element.
Visually inspect filter on side of
unit. Clean or replace as
required.
Check buck padding.
If padding has burned spots, are
torn or brittle, replace the bags.
Clean air filter element.
Remove air filter element. Blow
out lint with high pressure air
flow. Do not lubricate air filter
element.
Inspect all safety labels. Refer to parts manual for
location and description of labels.
Replace labels that are
damaged, missing or
unreadable.
Check and/or clean strainers in steam lines.
Refer to Cleaning Steam
Strainer section.
Monthly or after each 160 hours Check all steam and air connections for visual signs of
of operation
leaks.
Every 6 months or after each
960 hours of operation
Corrective Action
Tighten any loose connections
or replace defective connection
fittings.
Check general condition of flexible steam hoses.
Replace any broken or leaking
hoses.
Inspect customer-furnished steam traps per instructions
provided with traps.
Repair or replace as required.
Remove all covers and check cap screws, fittings, and
cylinders for security of attachment.
Tighten as required.
Check shock absorber for evidences of leakage.
Repair shock absorber.
Table 3
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Maintenance
Cleaning Press Head
Cleaning Air Filter/Regulator
Cleaning press head is periodically required. Press
head requires cleaning if discoloration transfers from
head to garments or garments stick to head as it opens.
Air filter removes foreign matter and condensate from
supply air as it passes through filter. Frequency at
which filter baffle plate and filter element should be
cleaned depends upon amount of condensate and
foreign matter in supply air. Condensate level should
not raise above baffle. This is a sign of a faulty autodrain which would need to be cleaned, replaced or
repaired.
WARNING
To avoid possible serious injury, heads
should be cleaned ONLY by properly
trained personnel.
W342
NOTE: Erratic regulator operation or loss of
regulation is almost always due to dirt.
The following steps outline the procedure for cleaning
air filter:
WARNING
To avoid possible serious injury, ALWAYS
shut off services to press BEFORE
cleaning press heads:
• Shut off AND lock out ALL electric power
to press.
• Shut off AND lock out ALL air pressure to
press using relieving shut-off valve at air
supply inlet.
• Reduce to zero AND lock out ALL steam
pressure to press.
• Let heated surfaces cool.
WARNING
To avoid possible serious injury:
• ALWAYS close air supply line shut-off
valve AND lock out air service BEFORE:
– opening filter drain cock
– removing filter bowl
– filling oil bowl
W380
a. Close and lock air service shut-off valve.
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b. Remove filter bowl. Use a strap wrench if
required. Disassemble regulator, making
notes as a guide for reassembly.
WARNING
If using a surface cleaner which requires
heat to the press, use industry approved
heat protective mitt or other heat protective
device as press heads are cooling down.
W344
Once precautions in above WARNINGS have been
met, follow directions provided with surface cleaner.
c. Clean parts with household soap (Dawn,
Ivory, etc.) and blow out body with
compressed air.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT use cleansing agents such
as acetone, benzene, carbon tetrachloride, gasoline,
toluene, etc. which are damaging to the plastic sight
glass.
d. Reassemble per notes. Make sure o-ring is in
position on filter bowl. Tighten bowl to filter
body. Tighten slightly more than hand tight.
e. Open air service shut-off valve.
Maintenance Kit Available:
J1637636–FRL Maintenance Kit
Filter Maintenance – Most filters are equipped with
automatic drains. The ceasing of condensate to drip
through automatic drain indicates cleaning is
necessary. Depressure and disassemble, clean, and
reassemble filter. For filters with manual drains,
condensate must be released at the end of each day.
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Maintenance
Cleaning Steam Strainer
Cleaning Air Strainer
WARNING
WARNING
To avoid possible serious injury when
cleaning or repairing traps or strainers:
• Shut off AND lock out ALL steam service
to press.
• Let heated surfaces cool.
To avoid possible serious injury when
cleaning or repairing traps or strainers:
• Shut off AND lock out ALL steam service
to press.
• Let heated surfaces cool.
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Steam strainer removes foreign matter from steam.
Frequency at which strainer must be cleaned is
dependent upon amount of foreign matter suspended
in steam. It is recommended that strainer screen be
removed and checked for cleanliness after 2 weeks or
80 hours of operation. If little or no foreign matter has
collected on screen, time between inspections can be
increased accordingly.
Cleaning Customer-Furnished
Steam Traps
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This is used on machines NOT equipped with an
FRL (Air Filter/Regulator/Lubricator). Refer to
Figure 5.
Air strainer removes foreign matter from incoming air.
Frequency at which strainer must be cleaned is
dependent upon amount of foreign matter suspended
in air. It is recommended that air strainer screen be
removed and checked for cleanliness after 2 weeks or
80 hours of operation. If little or no foreign matter has
collected on screen, period of time between
subsequent inspections can be increased.
a. Shut off air supply and depressurize.
WARNING
b. Remove screen by unscrewing cap.
To avoid possible serious injury when
cleaning or repairing traps or strainers:
• Shut off AND lock out ALL steam service
to press.
• Let heated surfaces cool.
c. Remove screen from air strainer body.
d. Wash screen with a soap and water solution to
remove foreign matter.
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AIR
SUPPLY
Some steam traps are provided with internal steam
strainers. These strainers should be cleaned after
2 weeks or 80 hours of operation.
All repairable traps should be opened at least once a
year to visually check operating mechanisms.
1
AIR
OUTLET
2
Remove sediment and dirt from trap body. The
mechanism may require cleaning by immersing in
appropriate cleaning fluid.
3
NOTE: Check instructions provided with trap or
with trap manufacturer for appropriate cleaning
fluids.
CAB224P
1
2
3
Air Strainer Body
Screen
Cap
Figure 5
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Maintenance
Filter/Lubricator Maintenance
Adjusting Air Line Lubricator Flow Rate
For Non-SMC FRL
(Air Filter/Regulator/Lubricator)
Air system oil lubricator should be adjusted so
approximately one drop of oil every 5-10 machine
cycles is metered into air system. The following steps
outline the procedure for adjusting air system oil
lubricator:
1. Lubricator Adjustment – Fill lubricator bowl
by removing fill plug and filling to 1/4 inch from
top of bowl. Rotate adjustment knob clockwise to
full closed position and then back open onequarter turn for a trial setting. Final setting is one
drop of oil every 25 machine cycles. Oil visible
in air lines indicates over-lubrication.
2. Lubricator Maintenance – Ceasing of oil to
drip through sight glass indicates cleaning is
necessary. Depressurize air system and
disassemble needle valve assembly. Clean parts
with alcohol and use a #57 drill bit to make sure
that hole in bottom of sight glass area is open.
Blow out lubricator body with compressed air
and reassemble.
1. To initially adjust flow rate, turn on air and cycle
press. Set knob to obtain desired flow rate. After
system reaches normal operating temperature,
check drip rate again and adjust as required.
2. To DECREASE flow rate, turn adjusting screw
1/4 turn in CLOCKWISE direction. Likewise,
turn COUNTERCLOCKWISE to INCREASE
oil flow. Refer to item 1, Figure 8.
3. Refer to Filling Air Line Lubricator for filling
instructions.
Filling Air Line Lubricator
IMPORTANT: To avoid o-ring leaks at top of bowl,
do not remove bowl. Fill through fill holes. Refer to
item 2, Figure 8.
For SMC FRL
(Air Filter/Regulator/Lubricator)
1. Lubricator Adjustment – Rotate needle stud
assembly counterclockwise to increase amount of
oil released and clockwise to decrease amount of
oil released.
2. Lubricator Maintenance – Ceasing of oil to
drip through sight glass indicates cleaning is
necessary. Depressurize air system and
disassemble needle valve assembly. Clean parts
with alcohol and use a #57 drill bit to make sure
that hole in bottom of sight glass area is open.
Blow out lubricator body with compressed air
and reassemble.
Lubrication
1. Turn off air. Gauge should read 0 psi.
2. When oil level falls below 1/4 full, refill bowl to
3/4 full (oil level approximately 1/2 inch) from
top with ISO VG 32 grade. Refer to Table 4.
WARNING
To avoid possible serious injury, ALWAYS
close air supply line shut-off valve AND lock
out air service BEFORE filling oil bowl.
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IMPORTANT: Do NOT over fill bowl. Damage to
filter, regulator, valves and cylinders will result and
void warranty.
Lubrication points, time intervals, oil types and
services are listed in Table 4.
Lubrication points are illustrated in Figure 6 and
Figure 7.
WARNING
To avoid possible serious injury, ALWAYS
close air supply line shut-off valve AND lock
out air service BEFORE performing
lubrication services.
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Maintenance
Refer to Figure 6 and Figure 7 for lubrication points.
Lubrication Point Time Interval Type Lubricant
Lubrication Service
IMPORTANT: FAILURE to use correct lubricants can result in DAMAGE to machine mechanical
components, as well as air system cylinders and valves.
(A) Air line
As required
ISO VG 32 grade oil
Fill bowl to 3/4 full when level
lubricator
drops below 1/4 full. Refer to
Filling Air Line Lubricator
section.
Monthly
High temperature EP2 grease
Use low pressure grease gun.
(B) Pressure arm
Pump until you see grease
shaft, spherical
discharge between pressure arm
bearings
housing and frame. Lubricate
bearings and fittings with one shot
of grease.
(C) Rod end fitting Monthly
ISO VG 32 grade oil
Pump until you see grease
discharge on rod end fittings.
(D) Shock absorber Monthly
ISO VG 32 grade oil
Remove plug and fill reservoir
1/4 inch from top. Replace plug
and cycle machine. Remove plug
and refill reservoir, if necessary.
(E) Oil holes,
Monthly
ISO VG 32 grade oil
For round-bodied cylinders:
closing air cylinder
Remove hose at base of cylinder.
and pressing
Prime oil can and insert nozzle
pressure air cylinder
into air line and dispense 6 to
8 drops of oil into air line.
Reconnect air line. Repeat when
applicable.
ISO VG 32 grade oil
DO NOT lubricate square
cylinders.
(F) Pivot pins
Monthly
ISO VG 32 grade oil
Apply four drops of oil as
required.
IMPORTANT: Buna-N seals are used extensively throughout the valves and cylinders in the air circuit
downstream from the inline oilier. Oils containing graphite fillers, detergent, etc., and fire resistant and
synthetic oils are NOT COMPATIBLE with Buna-N seals. Seal swelling and valve malfunctioning will result
with use of IMPROPER OILS.
Table 4
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Maintenance
Models Through June 2002
(Round Bodied Cylinders)
B, C
F
A
D
E
B, C
APPLICATION OF SYMBOL
Grease Gun
ISO VG 32
grade oil
SCR552N
SCR552N
Figure 6
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Maintenance
Models Starting July 2002
(Square Bodied Cylinder)
B
C
F
A
D
B
APPLICATION OF SYMBOL
ISO VG 32 grade oil
Grease Gun
SCR557N
SCR557N
Figure 7
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Maintenance
5
4
4
1
3
7
2
TOP VIEW
6
1631605B
SIDE VIEW
1
2
3
4
Oil Flow Rate Adjusting Screw
Oil Fill Hole Plug
Air Line Lubricator
Shut-Off Valve
5
6
7
Regulator
Air Filter
Air Pressure Gauge
Figure 8
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Maintenance
Quality Troubleshooting
Problem
“Crow’s feet” and
wrinkles close to buttons,
seams or folds.
Cause
Solution
Old or hard padding.
Check by placing a piece of cotton flannel on buck and pressing
garment again. If quality improves, replace padding.
Clogged air filter causing
low air pressure.
Clean air filter.
Low incoming air pressure.
Check air pressure gauge at air inlet. It should be a constant
80 psi. Turn regulator knob to adjust if required.
Low pressing pressure due
to blow-by in pressing
pressure air cylinder.
When press head is closed and pressing pressure is applied,
check holes of pressing pressure cylinder for leaks. Air leaking
out holes would indicate blow-by. Replace cylinder cup and
seals.
Low head or buck
temperature.
Check head surface temperature with a pyrometer or comparable
measuring device. Head temperature should be 320° to 325°F. If
temperature is below recommended range, review possible
causes below.
Clogged steam strainer.*
Clean steam strainer.
Low steam pressure.
Check pressure at steam connection. It should be a constant
110 psi minimum. Make corrective action to steam system as
required.
Faulty steam trap or check
valve.*
Check steam traps and check valves in condensate outlet line for
proper operation. Clean or replace traps or check valves as
necessary.
Accumulation of burnt
starch or dirt on padding.
Replace padding.
Accumulation of burnt
starch or dirt on heads.
Refer to Cleaning Press Head section.
Chemical residue in
garment from washer.
Test pH of final rinse water from washer. It should be 7.
Rough finish on garment.
Garment pressed while too
dry.
Before pressing, garments should be extracted or conditioned so
approximately 40% to 50% moisture is retained. Garments
should be stored in plastic until time for pressing.
“Leave off” marks occur
where a portion of
garment protrudes from
buck.
Improper head pressure
and/or alignment.
Adjust head pressure and alignment.
Damp patches on
padding.
Brown stain on finished
garment.
* Customer-furnished
Table 5
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