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HV-XXX 850 SERIES

OPERATION

PARTS

& SERVICE

MANUAL

Hi-Vac Corporation

117 Industry Road

Marietta, Ohio 45750

Corporate: Tel: 740.374.2306 - Toll Free: 800.752.2400 - Fax: 740.374.5447

Web: www.hi-vac.com - E-mail: [email protected]

TABLE OF CONTENTS

INSPECTION OF YOUR NEW Hi-Vac® UNIT

WARRANTY INFORMATION FOR YOUR NEW Hi-Vac® UNIT

MESSAGE TO NEW OWNER

SECTION 1: SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

GENERAL PRECAUTIONS AND WARNINGS

PLEASE READ!! SAFETY FIRST!!

SECTION 2: MACHINE SPECIFICATIONS

BASIC DESCRIPTION OF A Hi-Vac® UNIT

THEORY OF OPERATION

MACHINE COMPONENTS AND PARTS LIST:

POWERHEAD

FILTER / RECEIVER

HOPPER / AIRLIFT

RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS LIST

SECTION 3 : OPTIONS

AS LISTED

SECTION 4 : INSTALLATION

SET-UP PROCEDURES

SECTION 5 : OPERATIONS

CONTROL PANEL BREAKDOWN

PRESTART PROCEDURES

START-UP PROCEDURES

MANUAL SHUTDOWN

AUTOMATIC SHUTDOWNS

AUTOMATIC PROTECTION SYSTEMS

CONVEYING TIPS AND NOZZLE USAGE

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SECTION 6 : MAINTENANCE

FILTER CARTRIDGE CHANGE PROCEDURES

ADJUSTING THE LEVEL PROBE

MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS

RECOMMENDED LUBRICANTS

LUBRICATION MAINTENANCE RECORD

BILL OF MATERIALS

SECTION 7 : PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

DAILY CHECKS

WEEKLY CHECKS

MONTHLY CHECKS

RECORDS

TROUBLESHOOTING

SECTION 8 : ELECTRICAL

CONTROL PANEL SCHEMATIC

SECTION 9 : ACCESSORIES

ACCESSORIES

SECTION 10 : MANUFACTURER’S MANUALS

ROOTS BLOWER MANUAL

DREXELBROOK LEVEL PROBE

LEESON ELECTRIC MOTORS

SMC FILT/REG/SEP

ASCO SOLENOID VALVES

DWYER INSTRUMENTS

GOYEN TIMER BOARD

CONBRACO RELIEF VALVE

BARKSDALE VALVE

SPAN GAUGES

UNITED ELECTRIC SWITCHES

ENIDINE AIR BAGS

SURE FLEX COUPLINGS

MARSH GAUGES

GEMS LEVEL SWITCH

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INSPECTION PROCEDURES

All pieces received should be inspected for damage immediately upon receipt.

4.

5.

6.

7.

1. Damage can be most easily detected by looking for scrapes on the paint.

2. Inspect all sheet metal and structural steel for damage such as bends, kinks or breaks.

3. Check all wiring for abrasions, cuts, cracks, etc. If any are found, repair or replace before connecting to power source.

Check all conduit runs and fittings for defects.

Check motor and vacuum pump for free rotation before starting under power for the first time after installation.

Compare the packing list attached to each piece of each shipment.

Verify the number of pieces and description of each piece shown on the packing slip.

REPORT ANY DAMAGE, NO MATTER HOW SLIGHT, IMMEDIATELY TO:

Hi-Vac

®

Corporation

117 Industry Road

Marietta, OH 45750

Attention: Service Department

Phone: 740.374.2306

Toll Free: 800.752.2400

Fax: 740.374.5447

Storage of your Hi-Vac

®

unit

Allow machine to be crated if at all possible while storing for short or long term durations.

1. For short-term storage. (30 days or less)

A. Rotate shafts every two to three weeks to avoid flat spotting of the ball bearings.

2. For storage over 30 days

A.

B.

C.

D.

To prevent damage due to corrosion, oxidation, etc., Refer to the maintenance manuals for each component.

Make sure that the inlets to the piping manifold system are covered with the dust plugs to prevent foreign objects from entering the system.

Add packages of desiccant to all electrical enclosures on sides of Hi-Vac

Turn off the compressed air supply to the Hi-Vac the compressed air lines on the unit.

®

®

.

and relieve any pressure in

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WARRANTY

Hi-Vac

®

CORPORATION WARRANTS TO THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER OF THE Hi-Vac

HEREIN THAT THE

Hi-Vac

®

UNDER NORMAL USE AND SERVICE.

Hi-Vac

®

®

UNIT QUOTED

UNIT SHALL BE FREE FROM DEFECTS IN MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP

CORPORATION DOES NOT WARRANT

COMMERCIAL ITEMS MANUFACTURED BY OTHERS SUCH AS DIESEL ENGINES, TRUCK CHASSIS,

TIRES OR MOTORS. IN ADDITION, Hi-Vac® CORPORATION DOES NOT WARRANT THE

REPLACEMENT OF ANY OF ITS PRODUCTS OR COMPONENTS AS A RESULT OF FAILURE DUE TO

CORROSION.

Hi-Vac

®

CORPORATION’S OBLIGATION UNDER THIS WARRANTY SHALL BE LIMITED

TO THE REPAIR OR EXCHANGE OF ANY PART OR PARTS WHICH MAY PROVE DEFECTIVE UNDER

NORMAL USE AND SERVICE WITHIN THE SHORTER PERIOD OF

TWO (2) YEARS OR FOUR

THOUSAND (4,000) WORK HOURS FROM THE DATE OF DELIVERY TO THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER

AND WHICH

Hi-Vac

®

CORPORATION’S EXAMINATION SHALL DISCLOSE TO ITS SATISFACTION TO BE

DEFECTIVE. THIS WARRANTY REQUIRES PURCHASER TO OPERATE THE

Hi-Vac

®

UNIT IN STRICT

COMPLIANCE WITH THE PRINTED INSTRUCTIONS AND TO SERVICE THE

TO THE METHODS AND SCHEDULES CONTAINED IN THE

Hi-Vac

®

UNIT ACCORDING

UNIT’S MANUAL. EVIDENCE OF

PURCHASER’S SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE MUST BE REPORTED IN WRITING TO

Hi-Vac

®

CORPORATION ON THE FORMS SUPPLIED TO PURCHASER IN THE

Hi-Va c®

Hi-Vac

®

MAINTENANCE MANUAL.

SHOULD PURCHASER BELIEVE A DEFECT HAS BEEN DISCOVERED, THE PURCHASER SHALL

RETURN THE ALLEGED DEFECTIVE PART TO

Hi-Vac

®

Hi-Vac

®

CORPORATION FOR EXAMINATION, F.O.B THE

PLANT, MARIETTA, OHIO. IN THE EVENT PURCHASER DOES NOT SERVICE AND MAINTAIN

THE

Hi-Vac

®

UNIT ACCORDING TO THE Hi-Vac

CONSIDERED NULL AND VOID AND

Hi-Vac

DEEMED FULFILLED.

®

MAINTENANCE MANUAL, THE WARRANTY IS TO BE

®

CORPORATION’S OBLIGATION HEREUNDER SHALL BE

THIS WARRANTY IS EXPRESSLY IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES EXPRESSED OR

IMPLIED, INCLUDING THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR USE AND

OTHER OBLIGATIONS OR LIABILITIES ON THE PART OF Hi-Vac® CORPORATION.

LIMITS OF LIABILITY

Hi-Vac

®

CORPORATION SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR AND PURCHASER ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY

FOR ALL PERSONAL INJURY AND PROPERTY DAMAGE RESULTING FROM THE HANDLING,

POSSESSION OR USE OF YOUR

THE LIABILITY OF

Hi-Vac

®

Hi-Vac

®

INDUSTRIAL VACUUM CLEANER BY THE PURCHASER.

CORPORATION ARISING OUT OF THE SUPPLYING OF YOUR

Hi-Vac

®

INDUSTRIAL VACUUM CLEANER, OR ITS USE WHETHER ON WARRANTIES OR CLAIM OF

NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE, SHALL NOT IN ANY CASE EXCEED THE COST OF CORRECTING

DEFECTS IN YOUR

Hi-Vac

®

INDUSTRIAL VACUUM CLEANER AS HEREIN PROVIDED. Hi-Vac

®

CORPORATION SHALL NOT IN ANY EVENT BE LIABLE FOR ANY LABOR EXPENDED BY THE

PURCHASER ON ANY PART OR PARTS OR FOR ANY SPECIAL DIRECT OR INDIRECT OR

CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. NO MATERIAL MAY BE RETURNED WITHOUT FIRST GETTING

APPROVAL FROM

Hi-Vac

®

CORPORATION. ANY GOODS RETURNED WITH SUCH APPROVAL MUST

BE SENT BACK WITH ALL TRANSPORTATION CHARGES PREPAID WITHIN 30 DAYS AFTER ISSUANCE

OF APPROVAL. GOODS RETURNED AND ACCEPTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ABOVE

CONDITIONS WILL BE CREDITED ON THE BASIS OF THE PRICES PAID AT TIME OF SHIPMENT.

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MESSAGE TO NEW OWNER

Congratulations on your purchase of a new

Hi-Vac

®

INDUSTRIAL VACUUM SYSTEM.

Hi-Vac

®

Corporation is a leader in conveying and material pickup. The use of a Hi-Vac

®

system will not only save you money in the short term, it will also put you on the cutting edge of todays technology in vacuum systems. With HiVAC’s vast array of configurations, it is possible to meet every consumers needs in material pickup for both wet and dry applications.

To get the most out of your new

Hi-Vac

®

INDUSTRIAL VACUUM SYSTEM, please read and review the contents of this manual and become familiar with the procedures within.

Thank you for your purchase and we look forward to serving you again in the future.

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SAFETY

PRECAUTIONS

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

*

*

*

*

*

CAUTION

SOME DO’S AND DON’TS BEFORE GETTING STARTED WITH YOUR

NEW

Hi-Vac® SYSTEM.

The safety of the operator is of great importance to us at Hi-Vac® Corporation. The decals, shields, guards and other protective features that are designed into the machine are there for your protection.

A high percentage of the accidents that occur are due to careless behavior or misuse of machinery.

We ask you to be a careful operator and to properly service your machine.

AIRLIFT SAFETY NOTE: Airlifts are standard on all units with an end dump hopper.

Before startup, remove the three (3) powerhead shipping spacers and discard. This is done by unscrewing the pipe caps, slipping off the spacers, and reinstalling the three (3) caps on the pipe.

BE SURE TO REINSTALL THE CAPS BACK ONTO THE PIPE. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY CAUSE

SERIOUS INJURY TO PERSONNEL AND/OR DAMAGE TO MACHINE.

PROCEED WITH CAUTION

Before attempting to operate the machine, read carefully and understand all instructions contained in the manual.

* Do not put your hand in front of the intake nozzle while in operation.

*

*

Do not put your face or any portion of head in front of the nozzle.

Do not open control panel or remove any junction box cover while main power supply is live.

*

*

Do not vacuum any flammable liquid.

For mobile configurations, check that unit is properly stopped so unit will not tip or roll.

Do not lubricate, adjust or repair the Hi-Vac® unit unless power source to the electric motor has been disengaged, and locked out.

Keep all safety devices in place, while operating your Hi-Vac® unit.

Read all warning and instruction decals placed on the machine and its associated equipment.

Allow only responsible, properly instructed individuals to operate the machine.

Always keep the Hi-Vac® unit in good operating condition.

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

*

*

*

*

Clear the work area of objects that might interfere with proper operation of the

Hi-Vac® unit.

Be careful to avoid overhead electrical installations. Extreme caution should be exercised whenever working near or around electrical installations.

Do not operate the Hi-Vac® unit while wearing loose clothing, watches or rings.

Periodically check for any loose bolts or set screws.

NOTE:

AS WITH ANY TYPE OF HEAVY DUTY EQUIPMENT, CAUTION MUST BE EXERCISED

IN ITS PROPER USE.

CAUTION:

KEEP HANDS CLEAR AND AWAY FROM BETWEEN POWERHEAD AND HOPPER

WHEN POWERHEAD IS RAISED AND WHEN LOWERING POWERHEAD

WARNING:

FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH ANY OF THE ABOVE SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS OR THOSE

THAT FOLLOW WITHIN THIS MANUAL MAY RESULT IN SEVERE INJURY OR DEATH!

PLEASE REMEMBER:

Safe operation begins with a safe operator. We ask you to be that type of operator.

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MACHINE

SPECIFICATIONS

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MACHINE SPECIFICATIONS

BASIC DESCRIPTION OF A 800 SERIES Hi-Vac® UNIT

The MODEL NUMBER is broken down into two descriptive parts.

1. The first part is the SHELL SERIES. This describes the series of the Hi-Vac® unit.

2. The second part is the HORSEPOWER given to the POWERHEAD. There are six different ranges of motors on an 800 SERIES

30HP, 40HP, 50HP, and 75HP.

Hi-Vac®. 20HP, 25HP,

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THEORY OF OPERATIONS

A SIMPLE NARRATIVE OF HOW A Hi-Vac® WORKS

The following pages will describe, in as much detail as practical, the consists of four major components. The

Hi-Vac

®

Hi-Vac

®

system, is mounted on a hopper. The Powerhead and hopper are mounted in a support stand. Connected to the Powerhead/hopper/support stand assembly is a pipe (hose), used to direct vacuum (air flow to material to be conveyed).

vacuum system. The system

Powerhead, which is the actual vacuum producing part of the

The intent of the system is to pick up spills and dust accumulations through various parts of the

Hi-Vac

®

and return the materials to the to the plant. By carefully reading and following the instructions contained herein, the equipment will operate reliably and the plant environment will be improved, thereby making it a safer and cleaner place to work.

The

Hi-Vac

®

, in it’s simplest form, is a large vacuum cleaner. A positive displacement pump is used to evacuate the air from the storage bin below the

®

.

Hi-Vac

®

Powerhead. Because there is a vacuum in the hopper, air enters it through the pick-up hose and piping connected to the unit. It is this air movement that conveys the material from the pick-up point to the

Hi-Vac

The heart of the system is a positive displacement lobe vacuum pump (blower). It is driven by a coupler or a set of v-belts and sheaves connected to a drive element, which could be an electric motor or a fuel fed engine.

The blower contains impeller lobes spinning in opposite directions and always in contact of each other and the blower housing. While spinning, the lobes are capturing small volumes of air and pushing them out of the blower discharge and through an exhaust silencer back into the atmosphere.

In order to prevent the material (and the dust generated by this conveying procedure) from being discharged into the atmosphere as well, a set of filter cartridges are installed. Before the air and material go into the blower they must first pass through these cartridges which remove nearly 100% of the dust from the air. As well as protecting the atmosphere from dust, this also stops any dust from entering the blower and causing serious damage.

There is one stage of separation of the material and dust from the air before they get to the filter cartridges. As the material enters the

Hi-Vac

®

from the pickup hose and piping system it goes through a centrifugal separator which spins the material out of the air stream and into the collection bin below the Powerhead. Any material left in the air is then carried to the filter cartridges.

As the air passes through the filter cartridges, the dust is trapped on the outside of the cartridges. Every 10 to

15 seconds, compressed air is blasted into the inside of the cartridges. This pulse of air keeps the outside of the cartridges clean.

There are several different types of material bins, all of which will eventually fill with material. When this occurs, the unit will shut down and cannot be restarted until this condition is corrected. In some cases, as with end dump and rear dump hoppers, the Powerhead will be lifted off of the hopper with an airlift. The hopper will then be taken by a fork lift to a location to be emptied then replaced below the Powerhead. In this case the Powerhead must be restarted manually. In other cases, as with bottom dump hoppers, it may have a self dumping discharge gate.

In this situation, the unit will shut down momentarily, discharge the material, the gate will close, and the unit will restart automatically (there is a switch in the panel to override this auto-restart). This self dumping gate may be replaced with any one of several optional discharges. Any thing from rotary feeders and pinch valves (for continuous discharge) to knife gates and fluid powered swing gates (for regulated and/or remote applications).

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1

4

2

8

MACHINE SPECIFICATIONS

3

6

7

5

POWERHEAD

7

8

5

6

ITEM PART #

1 16-0189

2

3

03-0005

04-0003

4

DESCRIPTION

VALVE,RELIEF,3”,(16”HG)

BLOWER,ROOTS,711 U-RAI,RH,BD,CW

MOTOR,50HP,230/460/3/60,326T,TEFC

09-0015-MFD SILENCER,6”,STANDARD HI-VAC

06-0391

12-0460

20-0073

27-0181

SURE-FLEX DRIVE COUPLING SIZE 10

BROKEN BAG DET.W/INLET PIPE,850,R711URAI

FILTER ELEMENT,FOR BROKEN BAG DETECTOR

DREXELBROOK POINT-LINE LEVEL PROBE SYSTEM

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3

1

1

1

QTY

1

1

1

1

MACHINE SPECIFICATIONS

2 1

4

3

6

5

6

7

3

4

5

01-4398

01-4569

01-4590

20-0121

20-0069

7

FILTER / RECEIVER

* ITEM 6 LOCATED INSIDE FILTER/RECEIVER

ITEM

1

2

PART #

16-0266

DESCRIPTION

VALVE,DIAPHRAGM,1 1/2” NPT

U4003-0117 VALVE,SOL,RAIN PROOF,AIR BLAST,110V AC

HEADER PIPE,PULSER,800 SERIES

DOMED LID WELDMENT,800 SERIES,42”OD

ARM,LIFTING,800 LID

FILTER CARTRIDGE,GORTEX

FILTER TUBE,PRESSURE DIFFERENTIAL

QTY

4

4

4

1

2

1

1

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2

4

MACHINE SPECIFICATIONS

1

6

5

3

HOPPER / AIRLIFT

ITEM PART #

1 15-0001

2

3

4

N/A

15-0066

31-2022-MFD

5

6

30-1005-MFD

15-0496

DESCRIPTION

VALVE,4-WAY,1/4NPT,MANUAL,AIR LIFT

POWERHEAD FORK TRUCK LIFTING AREA

BAG,AIR LIFT,DOUBLE CONVOLUTE

STAND,A/L,2CU.YD.,200/400/800 SERIES

HOPPER,END,1.5YD

AIRLIFT ASSY,800 SERIES,2 SHORT GUIDES

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QTY

1

N/A

4

1

1

1

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RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS LIST FOR

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1

PART #

20-0121

DESCRIPTION

FILTER CARTRIDGE,GORTEX

QTY

4

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4 16-0266 VALVE,DIAPHRAGM,1 1/2” NPT 1

7

8

5

6

U4003-0117

U4008-0004

VALVE,SOL,RAIN PROOF,AIR BLAST,110V AC

GAUGE,AIR PRESSURE,0-200 PSI

1

1

U4109-0018-DI

20-0069

TIMER BOARD,8 OUTPUT,DIGITAL

FILTER TUBE,PRESSURE DIFFERENTIAL

1

1

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11 13-1235 SWITCH,DIFFERENTIAL PRESS.,5”-44”W.C

1

12

13

18-0354

18-0356

GASKET,RUBBER WEATHER STRIPPING #1301

PLUG,RUBBER,FOR RUB. SEAL #1456-0101-9

10.5 FT.

1

14 13-0979 SWITCH,LOW AIR PRESSURE, ELECTRIC 1

15 13-0001 SWITCH,PRESS. DIFF,SPDT,3-22”WC 1

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INSTALLATION

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INSTALLATION

SET-UP PROCEDURES

After you have done all the inspection procedures as recommended in the beginning of this manual, you are now ready to install your Hi-Vac® unit. Please follow the procedures listed in this section. If you have any questions, please feel free to call Hi-Vac® at 1.800.752.2400 or in OHIO call 1.740.374.2306.

Your Hi-Vac® unit is broken down into 4 sections. Hopper, Stand, Airlift, and Powerhead. Once together, you can move the unit throughout the plant. Be sure that the Airlift is bolted to the stand before operation begins.

Flanges

1. Due to loosening during truck transport, retighten (20 ft. lbs.) the nuts (clean and dirty side) on flanges holding down each cartridge mounting spool.

Nuts

A

C

3.

4.

5.

2.

B

Connect customer supplied power cord as shown in item A. This must be done by a certified electrician.

Note: Refer to your electrical schematic for proper voltage specification.

Note: Use National or Local electrical codes to install incoming power to your Hi-Vac® unit.

Connect air line to unit as shown in item B.

Air Requirements are as follows: a) b) c)

Airlift mechanism - 90 PSI at 1 CFM

Filter Cleaning Regulator - 60 PSI at 20 CFM for 820, 825, and 830 series units

Filter Cleaning Regulator - 60 PSI at 40 CFM for 840, 850, and 875 series units

Note: The Filter Cleaning Regulator is set to 60 PSI at the factory.

Caution: Maximum air pressure should not exceed 120 PSI.

Remove the three (3) spacers on powerhead guides. Be sure to replace caps on guides and tighten down firmly. See item C.

You are now ready for the Pre-start procedures for your new Hi-Vac® unit.

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INSTALLATION 1

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OPERATIONS

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DESCRIPTION

Filter Differential

Gauge

Hour Meter

Utility Air Gauge

Vacuum Gauge

“Hopper Full”

Light

“High Differential”

Light

Lights when air pressure drops below 60 PSI and shuts down unit automatically.

Check air pressure and press Blower “Stop/ Reset” button.

This allows the unit to pulse the filters only when the blower is running (AUTO), or to pulse the filters all the time (manual).

Turns blower on to start vacuum.

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Emergency Stop

9

USED FOR

Shows the operator the differential pressure between the clean and dirty side of the baghouse. This gauge, is essentially telling you how dirty the cartridges are and the filter cartridge should never go over 40” of water column.

This displays the period of time that the unit has run.

A compressed air supply is required to clean the filter cartridges and raise the air lift. It should never go below 60PSI or the unit will shut down automatically. This gauge shows the air pressure in PSI.

Shows operator the level of vacuum that the system is performing at. Under normal operations this gauge will read 12” to 15” Hg. At this level, the relief valve will open. Maximum level is 16” Hg.

Lights when hopper is full of material. This will go out when the hopper is emptied and the Blower “Stop/ Reset” button is pushed.

Lights when the differential reading between the clean side and dirty side of the filters is above 40” of Water Column. Check the filters and replace if necessary.

Offline cleaning, (without the vacuum pump on), can usually rejuvenate the cartridges.

“Low Air Pressure”

Light

Pulse Filter

Selector Switch

“Blower Start”

Pushbutton

“Blower Stop/Reset”

Pushbutton

“Blower High Temp”

Light

“ Broken Filter”

Light

“Low Blower Oil”

Light

Turns blower off and resets alarms.

Lights when the discharge air temperature of the vacuum pump reaches high set point.

Lights when the resistance to air flow is detected by a pressure differential switch at 20 inches of water pressure difference across the dust passage filters.

Lights when oil level in the blower reaches a low setpoint.

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OPERATIONS 1

OPERATIONS

PRESTART PROCEDURES

2.

NOTE: As with any type of heavy duty equipment, caution must be exercised in its proper use. A thorough understanding of the use and functions of this equipment should be attained before an attempt is made to use it.

1.

NOTE:

Connect or disconnect vacuum conveying hoses and fittings to the machine inlet pipe or manifold system only when the powerhead is off.

FAILURE TO DO SO COULD RESULT IN INJURY TO OPERATING

PERSONNEL.

Before starting the machine, check all fluid levels. This includes the vacuum pump oil levels (Rear on all units and shaft end if so equipped). Level should be midway on site glass.

TYPES OF OIL SITE GLASSES

3. Before starting the machine, check all wiring for abrasions, cuts, cracks, etc.

If any, repair or replace.

NOTE:

4.

BE SURE TO DISCONNECT ALL POWER WHEN REPAIRING

ELECTRICAL LINES. FAILURE TO DO SO COULD RESULT IN INJURY.

Before starting the machine, check all conduit runs and fittings for defects.

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OPERATIONS

5.

PRESTART PROCEDURES

Check electric blower motor for proper rotation as follows:

Disconnect

Emergency Stop

Blower “Stop/Reset”

Blower “Start”

A. While observing the silencer exhaust flap, “bump” electric motor by pushing the Blower

“Start” button and immediately pushing the Blower “Stop/Reset” button.

I.

II.

If flap rises and air is exhausted from silencer, the rotation is correct.

If the silencer flap does not move, (air is being sucked in), the rotation is wrong.

a. Correct this by first insuring that incoming power is disconnected, then rewire incoming service wire at the top of the circuit breaker.

NOTE: This will correct both the blower motor as well as the optional air compressor if so equipped.

DO NOT REVERSE ANY WIRES BELOW THE MAIN CIRCUIT BREAKER.

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OPERATIONS 3

OPERATIONS

START-UP PROCEDURES

A. Electric Motor Drive

1.

2.

Perform pre-start procedures

Confirm that vacuum conveying hoses and fittings are connected and pick up nozzle is out of material so that the vacuum pump may “breathe freely” during startup.

3.

4.

Note: Always connect or disconnect vacuum conveying hoses and nozzles to your

Hi-Vac® inlet or manifold before turning on the powerhead.

FAILURE TO DO SO COULD RESULT IN INJURY TO OPERATING PERSONNEL.

Control panel door must be closed and locked.

Circuit breaker turned on.

5. Push Blower “Stop/Reset” button.

6. Push Blower “Start” button.

Note: The blower is turning in the correct rotation if the silencer exhaust cover lifts open and air is discharging from the silencer.

Note: For units supplied with the new Drexelbrook “The Point Series” Level Probe:

During initial start-up and after a loss of power, the operator must wait approx. 20 seconds to allow the probe to finish its calibration cycle. The blower will not start and the “Hopper Full” light will remain on until the cycle is complete and the blower “Stop

7. Your Hi-Vac® is now operating and ready to use. Check your gauges to make sure that the unit is running correctly.

8. Slowly introduce the pickup nozzle into the material to be conveyed.

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OPERATIONS

MANUAL SHUTDOWN PROCEDURES

A. Manual Stopping

1. Remove vacuum hose intake nozzle from material and allow sufficient time for vacuum hose to clear itself.

2. When time permits, allow vacuum pump to continue to run with no load

“free breathing” a couple of minutes so that the vacuum has sufficient time to cool down.

3. Push Blower “Stop/Reset” button.

Disconnect

Blower “Stop/Reset”

Blower “Start”

Emergency Stop

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OPERATIONS 5

OPERATIONS

AUTOMATIC SHUTDOWNS (STANDARD)

3.

2.

1.

The following conditions cause the Hi-Vac® Unit to shut down automatically.

HOPPER FULL

There is a level detector under the powerhead that extends into the hopper. When the hopper is full, the unit will shut down and the “ HOPPER FULL” indicator will light on the control panel. This condition is to be reset after the problem is corrected by pressing the

BLOWER

“STOP/RESET” button on the control panel.

LOW UTILITY AIR PRESSURE

Compressed air is required to clean the filters. Without air, the filters would quickly become blinded. To ensure that air pressure is present or if the air pressure gets too low, the unit will shut down and the “ LOW AIR PRESSURE” indicator will light on the control panel. This is a transient condition and the “ LOW AIR PRESSURE” indicator will turn off on the control panel when proper air pressure is restored. Restart the unit by pressing the

BLOWER

“START” button on the control panel. The BLOWER “STOP/RESET” button can be pressed prior to the BLOWER “START” button; however, it is not a requirement.

HIGH DIFFERENTIAL

There is a pressure differential switch that will trip when the differential between the clean side and dirty side of the filter cartridges reaches 40” W.C. The unit will shut down and the

HIGH DIFFERENTIAL” indicator will light on the control panel. If this should occur, this means that the filters are not being cleaned sufficiently or need to be replaced. Check timer board, diaphragm valves and solenoids to make sure that the reverse pulse of air is taking place. The interval between pulses should be between 8 and 15 seconds (depending on the material being conveyed). Timer board is preset to 15 second time intervals at the factory.

This condition is to be reset after the problem is corrected by pressing the

BLOWER

“STOP/RESET” button on the control panel.

Note: For additional details on this operation, refer to the “Cloth Dust Collector Protection” section located in the Automatic Protection Systems (Standard) within this manual.

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AUTOMATIC SHUTDOWNS (OPTIONAL)

The following conditions cause the Hi-Vac® Unit to shut down automatically.

Note: Check the electrical schematic supplied with your unit to see if any of the following options apply.

1. HIGH BLOWER TEMPERATURE

There is a high temperature sensing thermal switch and gauge located on the side of the control panel. The thermal switch sensor is located in the discharge pipe of the vacuum pump. When the discharge air temperature reaches 350° F, the unit will shut down and the

BLOWER HIGH TEMP” indicator will light on the control panel. This condition is to be reset after the problem is corrected by pressing the BLOWER “STOP/RESET” button on the control panel.

2.

3.

4.

LOW OIL LEVEL IN THE GEAR CASE(S) OF THE VACUUM PUMP

There is a low oil level float switch(s), installed near the vacuum pump. Daily checks of the oil level, by visually inspecting the oil level sight glass(s) on the vacuum pump, will prevent a low oil condition. Do not use level switches to check oil level. In the event a loss of oil occurs during operation, the unit will shut down and the “ BLOWER LOW OIL” indicator will light on the control panel. This condition is to be reset after the problem is corrected by pressing the

BLOWER “STOP/RESET” button on the control panel.

HIGH TEMPERATURE VACUUM BREAKER

There is a high temperature sensing thermal switch and gauge located on the side of the control panel. The thermal switch sensor is located in the discharge pipe of the vacuum pump. When the discharge air temperature reaches 340° F, a compressed air operated butterfly valve located on the Filter/Receiver opens allowing the air temperature to return to the low setpoint of 240° F. If the discharge air temperature reaches 350° F, a second temperature switch located inside the control panel will shut down the unit and the “

BLOWER

HIGH TEMP” indicator will light on the control panel. This condition is to be reset after the problem is corrected by pressing the BLOWER “STOP/RESET” button on the control panel.

Note: For details on the operation of the High Vacuum part of this option, refer to the

“High Vacuum, Vacuum Breaker” section located in the Automatic Protection Systems

(Optional) within this manual.

BROKEN FILTER

This unit is equipped with a Broken Bag Detector which contains a set of dust passage filters.

These filters are installed between the clean side of the filters and the vacuum pump inlet to collect the dust passing through the leaking filters. When a sufficient amount of dust is collected on the dust passage filters, it will cause an increased resistance to air flow. This resistance to air flow is detected by a pressure differential switch and at 20 inches of water pressure difference across the dust passage filters, the unit will shut down and the “

BROKEN

FILTER” indicator will light on the control panel. This condition can only be reset by removing power from the system.

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OPERATIONS

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B.

AUTOMATIC PROTECTION SYSTEMS (STANDARD)

The following conditions can cause serious damage to the Hi-Vac® unit. The Hi-Vac® unit is designed with built-in protection from each of the following listed potential hazards by the following means:

EXCESSIVELY HIGH VACUUM

The Hi-Vac® unit is equipped with a spring loaded mechanical vacuum relief valve which is set at a maximum allowable vacuum of 16 inches of mercury (hg) at sea level. When the vacuum reaches this level, the spring loaded mechanical vacuum relief valve (located on the inlet pipe of the vacuum pump) opens and allows air to enter the vacuum pump directly, thus relieving the high vacuum condition. When the vacuum has gone down sufficiently, the valve automatically closes.

CLOTH DUST COLLECTOR PROTECTION

The Hi-Vac® unit is equipped with a differential pressure switch and gauge to measure and limit the pressure drop across the filters and to prevent an overloading of the filters with dust. As the dust buildup increases on the dirty air side of the filters, so does the resistance to air flow through the filters. This resistance will cause a higher static vacuum on the clean side (the inner side) and a lower static vacuum on the dirty side of the filters. This difference is the “differential pressure”. Any dust buildup on the filters which causes 40 inches of water differential pressure is excessive. The pressure differential switch is set so that at 40 inches of water, the Hi-Vac® will shut itself off.

Note: For additional details on this operation, refer to the “High Differential” section located in the Automatic Shutdowns (Standard) within this manual.

AUTOMATIC PROTECTION SYSTEMS (OPTIONAL)

A. HIGH VACUUM VACUUM BREAKER

A compressed air operated butterfly valve located on the Filter/receiver opens when the operating vacuum reaches the high set point and closes when the operating vacuum is relieved to the low setpoint.

Note: For details on the operation of the HighTemperature part of this option, refer to the

“High Temperature Vacuum Breaker” section located in the Automatic Shutdowns

(Optional) within this manual.

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OPERATIONS 8

OPERATIONS

MATERIAL CONVEYING TIPS

1. The Hi-Vac® should always be operated with one of the nozzles furnished. For heavy bulk material pick up, air must always be bled in with material for conveying through hose. Hose “dead head”, pick up of material piles without our nozzle, should be avoided because hose overloading will occur causing the conveying hose and/or pipe to become plugged.

2. For maximum bulk pick up rate bury the end of the bulk nozzle into the material pile. Material an conveying air will automatically be drawn into the nozzle. For peak capacity the Hi-Vac® vacuum pump should operate between 13" Hg. and 15" Hg. as shown on the vacuum gauge located on the control panel. Any extra vacuum capability should be reserved to take care of sudden material surges into the nozzle. The vacuum is adjustable by means of the air bleed-in sleeve on the nozzle.

Keep in mind the following:

A.

B.

Lots of air + little material = low vacuum

Little air + lots of material = high vacuum

C. No air + no material conveyed = plugged conveying line

3. Additional nozzle movement in material will be necessary for maximum capacity on materials that are not free-flowing.

4. Eliminate as many air leaks as possible in conveying hoses. For instance, replace hoses that are worn through, tighten compression type hose couplings for minimum air leakage.

5. Keep conveying hoses as straight as possible. Eliminate sudden kinks or sharp bends whenever possible. The best way to avoid unnecessary bends in the hose is to carry the nozzle end past the work area until the hose is straight, then go back to work area.

6. Do not convey hot and moist material. Steaming may cause moisture to condense on the filter cartridges causing a non-releasing “cake” on the filter cartridges. This cake must then be manually removed from the filter cartridges.

7. Use the correct nozzle for the work

A. Bulk nozzle:

To be used when vacuuming measurable depths of liquids and large piles of material.

B.

C.

D.

E.

Round lance nozzle: For general clean-up and reaching in corners.

Flat lance nozzle:

For vacuuming between and under equipment and into tight places.

Flared nozzle:

Hand brushes:

For cleaning large areas where materials do not exceed 6" depth. Serrated edge for caked materials.

For removal of accumulated dust on flat and/or irregular surfaces.

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MAINTENANCE

FILTER CARTRIDGE CHANGING PROCEDURES

1. Disconnect power to main breaker at control panel.

2. Disconnect air supply to Hi-Vac® unit located beside the airlift control valve and bleed off any air pressure that remains in the system. Header tanks have air in them because of check valve. Drain via petcock.

3.

4.

Using hand crank at rear of filter housing, raise domed lid high enough to clear top of housing. Be sure it is high enough to clear the guide so damage does not occur to the support.

Swing domed lid to the side where it will not interfere with any obstacles.

5. Loosen clamps at purge tube housing connections located inside clean air side of filter housing.

6. Loosen nuts securing purge pipes at other end.

7. Remove purge pipe assembly, saving all hardware for later use.

8.

9.

Remove hardware from flanges holding down each cartridge mounting spool.

Lift this assembly straight up and out of tube sheet.

DISCONNECT

AIRLIFT CONTROL

HEADER PIPE PETCOCK

FILTER HOUSING

SPOOL FLANGES

PURGE PIPES

FILTER ASSEMBLY

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MAINTENANCE

FILTER CARTRIDGE CHANGING PROCEDURES

1

0. Turn filter assembly over and remove hardware securing filter to spool.

11. Remove filter, spool gasket, neoprene washer, and discard in responsible way.

12. Repeat this with all other cartridges.

13. Clean all surfaces of tube sheet and cartridge mounting spools.

14. Install new spool gasket.

15. Slip new filter cartridge onto spool and ensure that gasket is in proper contact with spool.

15. Install new neoprene washer and attach filter to spool using same hardware. Inspect cartridge gasket as you tighten to ensure gasket is properly seated.

16. Carefully insert each assembly into tube sheet lining up holes on top of spool with studs on tubesheet. Be careful not to damage filter doing this.

17. Reattach all hardware to secure these assemblies into place.

WARNING: CARTRIDGE FILTERS MUST BE TIGHTLY SECURED

IN PLACE OR DUST PASSAGE WILL OCCUR

CAUSING SEVERE DAMAGE TO BLOWER.

18. Swing domed lid over filter housing and lower back down into position. The lid does not need to be tightened down as long as it is resting on the gasket.

FILTER ASSEMBLY

SPOOL GASKET

NEOPRENE WASHER

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ADJUSTING THE SENSITIVITY OF THE LEVEL PROBE

Every standard Hi-Vac® comes with a Drexelbrook Level Probe. This probe is used for wet or dry applications. The sensitivity of the probe may need to be adjusted according to the material that is filling the hopper or if the probe is replaced.

The Drexelbrook Level Probe used on the Hi-Vac® units has a level detection range from approximately 6 inches from the probe tip to a level that applies pressure on the probe tip.

The level probe sensitivity may need to be adjusted to get the desired level of your particular material in the hopper .

To adjust the sensitivity, refer to the manufacturer’s manual.

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MAINTENANCE

1.

MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS

LUBRICATION INTERVALS

A. Positive Displacement Vacuum Pumps (Blowers)

1. Drain oil reservoir and replace with new oil every 500 hours of operation.

Depending on the model of blower, Oil plug may vary in location. Check your blower manual for exact location.

Oil Plug

Oil Plug

2. Grease lubricated bearing should have the grease replenished every 500 hours of operation, but it should be noted that excessive grease will cause overheating.

The escape vent must not be allowed to become blocked by solidified grease.

Depending on the model of blower, Grease fittings my vary in location. Check blower manual for exact location.

Grease Fitting

Grease Fitting

B. Electric Motor

1. Follow the recommendations of the motor manufacturer’s manual located in the component manual section.

NOTE: Record the performed maintenance on “Lubrication Maintenance Record Form”.

C. Filter Regulator Lubricator (If applicable)

1. Check oil level in Lubricator and fill when needed.

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MAINTENANCE

RECOMMENDED LUBRICANTS

1.

2.

3.

Positive Displacement Vacuum Pump (Blowers)

Follow the recommendations of the blower manufacturers manual located in the “Manufacturers Manuals” section.

Electric Motor

Follow the recommendations of the motor manufacturers manual located in the

“Manufacturers Manuals” section.

Lubricator (if applicable)

ISO VG32 or equivalent.

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MAINTENANCE

LUBRICATION MAINTENANCE RECORD

OWNER

PLANT LOCATION BUILDING

Hi-Vac® SERIAL # HV-

MAINTENANCE PERFORMED BY

RECORD Hi-Vac® HOUR METER

MODEL

HOURS

DATE:

LUBRICATION

PERFORMED

VACUUM PUMP

FILTER

REGULATOR

LUBRICATOR

ELECTRIC MOTOR

OIL DRAINED &

CHANGED

N/A

OIL ADDED

N/A

GREASED

N/A

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PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

DAILY CHECKS

Perform the daily maintenance checks listed below and record on Record Form 1.

NOTE: It is suggested the Hi-Vac unit be started once per every (7) days to prevent rust build-up on the vacuum pump lobes and housing.

Oil Site Plugs

A.

1.

Vacuum Pump Oil Level (with machine NOT running):

Checking the vacuum pump oil level is critical and should be done frequently. Some vacuum pumps have oil level sight gauges, and others have oil level plugs.

Refer to the vacuum pump’s maintenance manual located in the manufacturer’s bulletins section, to determine proper oil level requirements. If oil is needed, see “Recommended Lubricants” in the “Maintenance” section.

NOTE: Powerhead must be on level surface to get an accurate oil level reading.

C.

B.

2.

1.

Filter Pressure Differential (with machine running)

With the inlet to your machine open, record the reading on the pressure differential gauge in inches H

2

O (water).

No Load Vacuum (with machine running)

With the inlet completely open, check vacuum gauge reading. This “no load” reading is an important indicator of the condition of the powerhead. The “no load” vacuum should be between 1 to 4 inches of mercury (Hg). Record vacuum reading in (Hg).

If “no load” vacuum reading is zero (0), a. Inspect vacuum gauge plumbing for hose rupture, loose fittings, or plugged lines.

b. Check that the powerhead is properly seated on the hopper and that there are no leaks.

If “no load” vacuum reading is higher, a. Check for obstruction in the machine inlet.

b. Check differential gauge. Reading should be between

1” and 7” of water (H

2

O)

1. If higher than 10 inches of water, a visual inspection should be made or excessive buildup of material on the filter cartridges.

Differential Gauge

Vacuum Gauge

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PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE 1

PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

DAILY CHECKS

Perform the daily maintenance checks listed below and record on Record Form 1.

E.

D. Dust Discharge (with machine running)

Inspect the silencer for visible dust in the air stream.

NOTE: Shut the unit off immediately if dust is present. Any dust discharge should be corrected immediately to protect the vacuum pump.

1. Check filter cartridges for rupture or leaks by raising the lid and looking for any signs of dust on top of the filter cartridges or under the inside of the domed lid.

Mechanical Vacuum Relief Valve (with machine running)

Check vacuum relief valve for proper operation. With the machine running in a “no load” condition, slowly block off power head inlet until

15” of mercury (at sea level) is indicated on the vacuum gauge. Relief valve should remain closed. Continue to block off powerhead inlet while watching vacuum gauge. Relief valve should open at 16” of mercury (at sea level) +/- 1/2 inch. Record where valve opens in inches of Hg.

NOTE: Do not check relief valve with hand! You will hear the in rush of air when the valve opens.

NOTE: Under no circumstances should the powerhead be used with a valve that opens higher then 16” of mercury.

SILENCER

RELIEF VALVE

F.

G.

Compressed Air Pressure Switch (with machine running)

With the machine compressed air system fully charged,

Close off supply of compressed air. Slowly bleed-off compressed air until “Low Air Pressure” light comes on and record the reading on the gauge mounted on the compressed air regulator. This reading should be approximately 60 PSI.

Compressed Air Regulator Filter Bowl (with machine running)

Inspect regulator filter bowl sight glass and empty if partially full. Refer to regulator instructions located in the

“Manufacturer’s Bulletins” section of this manual.

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FILTER BOWL

PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

WEEKLY CHECKS

Perform the weekly maintenance checks listed below and record on Record Form 2.

A. Electric Cable

Visually inspect all electrical conduit, cables, and connections for signs of abrasions or breaks.

B. Level Probe

Check level probe for operation by touching the probe.

Control panel must be on with the blower OFF. The

“Hopper Full” light will turn “on” on the control panel.

C. Vacuum Leaks

Level Probe

Inspect all openings for possible damage to gaskets. With machine running, listen for audible leaks around doors, hose connections, flanges, etc., and repair as required.

D. Compressed Air Line Leaks

Check for audible leaks in the compressed air lines. Re-tighten fittings or repair as required.

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PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

MONTHLY CHECKS

Perform the monthly maintenance checks listed below and record on Record Form 3.

A. Vacuum Pump Lobe Wear

Remove the vacuum pump inlet pipe and inspect blower lobes for wear.

BLOWER INLET PIPING

NOTE: During monthly check for wear of vacuum pump lobes it recommended that “Liquid

Wrench Lubricating & Penetrating Oil” (a

Radiator Specialty Company product) or equal, be used to lubricate the vacuum pump lobes and the inside of the vacuum pump housing.

B. Centrifugal Separator

Remove end dump hopper or remove side access door (fixed hopper) and inspect centrifugal separator ring on bottom of your

Replace Before it is worn through.

Hi-Vac® powerhead for signs of wear.

C. Powerhead Gasket

Remove end dump hopper or remove hopper side access door (fixed hopper)

Inspect gasket at bottom of your hopper and for possible wear.

Hi-Vac® powerhead for positive seal against the

Centrifugal Separator

Powerhead Gasket

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PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

LUBRICATION / MAINTENANCE RECORD

RECORD FORM 1

DAILY

OWNER

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Hi-Vac® SERIAL # HV-

MAINTENANCE PERFORMED BY

RECORD HiVAC HOUR METER

MODEL

HOURS

DATE:

NEEDS NO

MAINTENANCE

MAINTENANCE

NEEDED

MAINTENANCE

PERFORMED

CHECKS

PERFORMED

(A)

VACUUM PUMP OIL

(B)

PRESSURE

DIFFERENTIAL OF

FILTER BAGS “H2O”

(C)

NO LOAD VACUUM

“Hg”

(D)

DUST DISCHARGE

(E)

MECHANICAL

VACUUM RELIEF

VALVE(S) AT “Hg”

(F)

COMPRESSED AIR

PRESSURE SWITCH

(G)

COMPRESSED AIR

REGULATOR BOWL

CLEAN

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PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

LUBRICATION / MAINTENANCE RECORD

RECORD FORM 2

WEEKLY

OWNER

PLANT LOCATION BUILDING

Hi-Vac® SERIAL # HV-

MAINTENANCE PERFORMED BY

RECORD Hi-Vac® HOUR METER

MODEL

HOURS

DATE:

CHECKS

PERFORMED

(A)

ELECTRIC CABLE

NEEDS NO

MAINTENANCE

MAINTENANCE

NEEDED

MAINTENANCE

PERFORMED

(B)

LEVEL PROBE

(C)

VACUUM LEAKS

(D)

COMPRESSED AIR

LINE LEAKS

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PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

LUBRICATION / MAINTENANCE RECORD

RECORD FORM 3

MONTHLY

OWNER

PLANT LOCATION BUILDING

Hi-Vac® SERIAL # HV-

MAINTENANCE PERFORMED BY

RECORD Hi-Vac® HOUR METER

MODEL

HOURS

DATE:

CHECKS

PERFORMED

(A)

VACUUM PUMP LOBE

WEAR

NEEDS NO

MAINTENANCE

(B)

CENTRIFUGAL

SEPARATOR

(C)

POWERHEAD

GASKET

MAINTENANCE

NEEDED

MAINTENANCE

PERFORMED

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PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

The following are some problems which may arise and ways to correct them.

6

7

9 =

11 =

13 =

15 =

16 =

=

=

17 =

18 =

19 =

20 =

BLOWER, Drive motor overloads tripped

BLOWER, Not starting

FILTER CARTRIDGE, Dirty

FILTER CARTRIDGE, Holes in

HOPPER, “Bottom Dump” LED is lit

ROTARY AIRLOCK, Drive motor overloads tripped

SCREW CONVEYOR, Drive motor overloads tripped

VACUUM, Continuous high

VACUUM, Sudden loss of

Hi-Vac® Unit will not shut down when hopper is full

Control panel circuit breaker blows immediately when Blower

“Start” button is pressed.

Note: Some problems listed above may not apply to your equipment.

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PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

P R O B L E M S P O S S I B L E C A U S E S C H E C K F O R

1 , 4 , 7 B a g S h a k e r M o t o r O v e r l o a d s t r i p p e d

E m x c e s a fl u n s i c v e it o c n u r i n r e n t s y d r a w s t e m i n s h a k e r m o t o r s d u e t o

A

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2 , 3 , 4

5 , 7

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Note: Some problems listed above may not apply to your equipment.

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PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE 9

PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

P R O B L E M S

7 , 1 2

8 , 1 7 , 1 8

8 , 1 7 , 1 8

8 , 1 7 , 1 8

8 , 1 8

8 , 1 8

8 , 1 8

P O S S I B L E C A U S E S C H E C K F O R

B

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A

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M e r r n s t r a t a y if u tl c i n b e e r s s t o o n p p e d e r it m u o n s " s t f o b r t o e p b r b y o f o k e n

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.

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l v e .

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c o n t r o l s b y p r e s s i n g

Note: Some problems listed above may not apply to your equipment.

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PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

P R O B L E M S

1 3 , 1 4

1 3 , 1 4 , 1 5

1 3 , 1 4 , 1 9

1 3 , 1 4 , 1 9

1 8

1 8

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2 .

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2 .

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S s t p a a it c r k s p p r a r k s o t e c it c a o n u s c i n ri g c u e l ti e c

t r o n c o n s i c u tl d a f a m a c t o g e r y .

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t r o n c o n s i c u tl d a f a m a c t o g e r y .

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B l b e e e t w d i n g e e n i n p i c e x k u c e p s s n o i z v e z l e a m o a n u n d v t s a c o f u u a m ri p s o m u m e p .

w h e r e i

B e t w m p r o e e p e n r p o s e a w e it n r h g e a d , o n h d a o m p a p e g e d

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Note: Some problems listed above may not apply to your equipment.

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Hi-Vac® Hi-Vac® Hi-Vac® Hi-Vac® Hi-Vac®

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Key Features

  • Large vacuum cleaner
  • Positive displacement pump
  • Conveying material pickup
  • Dust and spill removal
  • Filter cartridges for dust removal
  • Electric motor or fuel-fed engine
  • Safety features

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Frequently Answers and Questions

What is the purpose of the Hi-Vac 850 Series?
The Hi-Vac 850 Series is designed to pick up spills and dust accumulations, returning materials to the plant and improving the work environment.
How does the Hi-Vac 850 Series work?
The Hi-Vac 850 Series uses a positive displacement pump to create a vacuum in the hopper, which draws air in through the pick-up hose and piping system, conveying material from the pick-up point to the Hi-Vac.
What are the main components of the Hi-Vac 850 Series?
The main components of the Hi-Vac 850 Series include a powerhead, a hopper, a stand, and a pipe (hose) for conveying material.
How is the Hi-Vac 850 Series powered?
The Hi-Vac 850 Series can be powered by an electric motor or a fuel-fed engine.
How are dust and material prevented from being discharged into the atmosphere?
The Hi-Vac 850 Series includes filter cartridges that remove nearly 100% of the dust from the air.
What safety features are included in the Hi-Vac 850 Series?
The Hi-Vac 850 Series includes various safety features, such as a hopper full shut-down, a low utility air pressure shut-down, and a high differential shut-down.
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