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Instruction Manual
ALT-SB-15
100000242-EN3
Original manual
2020-05
Table of contents
The information herein is correct at the time of issue but may be subject to change without prior notice
1. EC Declaration of Conformity .......................................................................
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2. Safety ....................................................................................................
2.1. Important information .............................................................................
2.2. Warning signs .....................................................................................
2.3. Intended use ......................................................................................
2.4. Safety precautions ................................................................................
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3. Installation ..............................................................................................
3.1. Unpacking/delivery ...............................................................................
3.2. Requirement for installation, personnel .........................................................
3.3. Installation, welding and mechanically ..........................................................
3.4. Installation, electrically ............................................................................
3.5. Recycling information .............................................................................
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4. Operation ...............................................................................................
4.1. General information ...............................................................................
4.2. Aeration ............................................................................................
4.3. Inspection .........................................................................................
4.4. Troubleshooting ...................................................................................
4.5. Cleaning ...........................................................................................
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5. Maintenance ...........................................................................................
5.1. General maintenance .............................................................................
5.2. Disassembling of Agitator ........................................................................
5.3. Assembling of Agitator ...........................................................................
5.4. Replacement of gear motor .....................................................................
5.5. Replacement of seals ............................................................................
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6. Technical Data .........................................................................................
6.1. ALT-SB-15, With Aeration (item number 9614322301) .......................................
6.2. ALT-SB-15, Without Aeration (item number 9614328901) ...................................
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7. Parts list/Service kits .................................................................................
7.1. ALT-SB-15, with aeration ........................................................................
7.2. ALT-SB-15, without aeration ....................................................................
7.3. ALT-SB-15, with and without aeration ..........................................................
7.4. Accessories .......................................................................................
7.5. Installation drawing ...............................................................................
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8. Appendix ...............................................................................................
8.1. Declaration of Compliance .......................................................................
8.2. Order specific “Tank With Agitator” drawing, example ........................................
8.3. Drive Unit lubrication ..............................................................................
8.4. Drive Unit instructions ............................................................................
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1 EC Declaration of Conformity
Revision of Declaration of Conformity: 2018-01-01
The Designated Company
Alfa Laval Kolding A/S
Company Name
Albuen 31, DK-6000 Kolding, Denmark
Address
+45 79 32 22 00
Phone No.
hereby declare that
ALT-SB
Designation
15
Type
Serial number from AAC000000001 to AAC999999999
is in conformity with the following directive with amendments:
Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
FDA 21CFR§177
Regulation (EC) 1935/2004
The person authorised to compile the technical file is the signer of this document.
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Global Product Quality Manager, Pumps, Valves, Fittings and Tank Equipment
Lars Kruse Andersen
Title
Name
Kolding
2020-01-01
Place
Date (YYYY-MM-DD)
Signature
2 Safety
Unsafe practices and other important information are emphasized in this manual.
Warnings are emphasized by means of special signs.
2.1
Important information
Always read the manual before using the Agitator!
WARNING
Indicates that special procedures must be followed to avoid serious personal injury.
CAUTION
Indicates that special procedures must be followed to avoid damage to the Agitator.
NOTE
Indicates important information to simplify or clarify procedures.
2.2
Warning signs
General warning:
!
Caustic agents:
Dangerous electrical voltage:
2.3
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Intended use
The Agitator in only for mixing/conditioning/stirring of liquids in a tank.
The Agitator is only made for top mounting position on the top plate/welding flange on the tank.
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2 Safety
All warnings in the manual are summarised on this page.
Pay special attention to the instructions below so that serious personal injury and/or damage to the Agitator are avoided.
2.4
Safety precautions
2.4.1 Installation:
Always read the technical data thoroughly (see chapter 6 Technical Data).
Always follow installation instructions thoroughly (see chapter 3 Installation).
Never expose the Agitator to undue vibrations or shocks.
Never start the Agitator in the wrong direction of rotation.
Ensure that the tank media is not corrosive to the Agitator.
Only install the Agitator in environments within temperature limit: -20°C and +40°C.
Only install the Agitator in altitudes less than 1000 m above sea level.
Only use authorized personnel when electrically equipment is connected.
!
2.4.2 Operation:
Always read the technical data thoroughly (see chapter 6 Technical Data).
Never start Agitator in the wrong direction of rotation.
Beware of Agitator in operation can produce sound levels in excess of 85dB(A).
Always handle lye and acid with great care.
Always rinse well with clean water after cleaning.
Never run the Agitator for a longer time (seconds) without product, water or cleaning liquid in the tank.
!
2.4.3 Maintenance:
Always follow the maintenance instruction thoroughly (see chapter 5 Maintenance.)
Always follow the maintenance instruction for gear motor thoroughly (see section 8.4 Drive Unit instructions).
Always study the parts list and assembly drawing carefully (see chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits).
Never touch the moving parts while the Agitator is connected to the power supply.
!
Always disconnect the power supply while servicing the Agitator.
Ensure correct rotation direction of propeller before startup and after any maintains there might
have impact on the direction.
Never service the Agitator or tank with product or cleaning liquid in the tank.
2.4.4 Transportation:
Always transport the Agitator in original packaging.
Always support the shaft adequately, to protect shaft and bearings.
Never expose the Agitator to undue vibrations or shocks.
Control for oil leakage on gears with vent screw.
Ensure correct rotation direction of impeller before startup and after any maintenance which might have impact on the direction.
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3 Installation
The instruction manual is part of delivery. Study the instructions carefully.
The Agitator is for permanent fastening.
Make sure the motor corresponds to the environment.
Check the direction of rotation before operation.
3.1
Unpacking/delivery
!
Always use lifting equipment when handling the Agitator.
Alfa Laval cannot be responsible for incorrect unpacking.
Step 1
Inspect the delivery for visible transportation damage (crates and packaging) - all issues should be reported to carrier.
Step 2
Check that deliveries are according to delivery notes.
Complete Agitators can be delivered in more than one shipment.
Step 3
Inspect Agitator parts for visible transport damage.
Step 4
Do NOT use eye bolts on gear motor to lift the Agitator. They are only for gear motor removal.
Step 5
During lifting:
- Always support the shaft adequately to protect shaft and bearings.
- Be carefully not to damage shaft-end with treads.
- Never expose the Agitator to undue vibrations or shocks.
- Control for oil leakage on gears – leave vent plug in gear until gear is installed and in correct position (see Figure 1).
Figure 1, un-activated vent plug
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3 Installation
The instruction manual is part of delivery. Study the instructions carefully.
The Agitator is for permanent fastening.
Make sure the motor corresponds to the environment.
Check the direction of rotation before operation.
3.2
Requirement for installation, personnel
Erectors:
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Experience from similar types of installation.
Proven skills in reading installation guidelines and drawings ensuring that the installation is carried out safe for
personnel and property.
!
Electrician:
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Certified according to local regulations and experience from similar types of installation.
Proven skills in reading installation guidelines and drawings ensuring that the installation is carried out safe for
personnel and property.
!
Welder:
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Experience from similar types of installation, covering TIG, MIG and MAG welding procedures in stainless steel
thin walled material.
Proven skills in reading installation guidelines and drawings ensuring that the installation is carried out safe for
personnel and property.
!
3 Installation
All position numbers and item numbers refer to the drawings show and specified in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits.
3.3
Installation, welding and mechanically
3.3.1 Requirement for installation
This work should be carried out by at least two persons and for safety reasons a platform or a scaffold should be
established around the tank top.
During installation ensure to use sufficient lightning.
The tank top must be horizontally during installation.
Ensure that the tank does not contain neither dangerous liquid nor gasses and that good ventilation is established.
Always have safety elements removed by authorized personnel.
Never cover or remove nameplates.
Always use lifting equipment when handling heavy parts of the Agitator.
!
!
Never connect to power during installation.
Always have the Agitator connected to power supply by authorized personnel.
NOTE
Alfa Laval highly recommend installing motor protection guard and a soft starter, or a frequency converter, with a start
ramp up time of 2-7 sec. to the Agitator.
All position numbers and item numbers refer to the drawings show and specified in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits.
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3 Installation
All position numbers and item numbers refer to the drawings show and specified in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits.
All position numbers and item numbers refer to the drawings show and specified in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits.
Step 1
3.3.2
1. The complete assembled drive unit comes with loose connections for Aeration (28) and connections for CIP (27) depending
on actual delivery (see section 4.2 Aeration and section 4.5 Cleaning). The tubes for both types of the connections are
delivered with protection plugs ensuring that no debris or the likes are left in the sealing system of the Agitator during freight
and installation. It must be decided if the delivered connections are the right types to the actual installation – if not other
connections have to be acquired before they can be welded onto the tubes.
2. Fasten the complete drive unit in a work bench enable good welding work conditions to be carried out.
3. Remove the protection plugs and insert another temporary type of protection inside the tube (textile or the like) ensuring that
no debris are left inside the sealing system during the welding process.
4. Weld on the required connections to the tubing using as less introduced heat as possible.
5. Grind and clean the weldings before removing the temporary protection inside the tubes.
Step 2
3.3.3
1. Clean shaft and propeller threads for grease.
2. The propellers and shafts can be assembled outside the tank if the size of the top flange (99) and the head room above
the tank is sufficiently – otherwise the shaft and propeller unit must be assembled inside the tank. The shaft and propeller
unit can consist of two shafts and two propellers or of one shaft and one propeller – see actual order specific drawing –
example shown in section 8.2 Order specific “Tank With Agitator” drawing, example.
3. Assemble the shafts, propellers, gaskets, O-rings and Loctite: Position 2, 3, 4, 32, 34, 29.
4. Apply Loctite to the threads and tighten to 100-300 Nm.
5. Screw on the lifting eye tool (51) onto the upper shaft part (3) and lift the shaft and propeller unit using a hoist with a sling.
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3 Installation
All position numbers and item numbers refer to the drawings show and specified in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits.
4304-0010
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3 Installation
All position numbers and item numbers refer to the drawings show and specified in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits.
Step 3
3.3.4
1. Having the shaft and propeller assembly positioned in the tank a second sling is attached to the lifting eye (51) and that
second sling is pulled through the top plate (100) (which has the welding flange for the Agitator (60) welded into it).
2. Using the second sling the shaft and propeller assembly can be positioned and secured at the top of the welding flange
(60) using the fastener tool (50) (see section 7.4 Accessories, Mounting tools). Remember to have the gasket (101)
positioned correctly.
3. Unscrew the lifting tool (51) from the shaft and propeller unit and store it.
4304-0011
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3 Installation
All position numbers and item numbers refer to the drawings show and specified in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits.
Step 4
3.3.5
1. Clean the threads (3 and 5) and lift the complete drive unit using a hoist (do not use the lifting eye on the gear motor) and
screw on the shaft (5), (incl. the complete drive unit) applying Loctite to the threads and tighten to 100-300 Nm.
2. The complete unit is lifted a little higher enabling the fastener tool (50) to be removed.
3. The complete unit is positioned on top of the welding flange (60) (ensure that the O-ring (35) is installed correctly).
4. The washers (17) and nuts (16) are positioned and sequentially tightened to about 200 Nm.
4304-0012
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3 Installation
All position numbers and item numbers refer to the drawings show and specified in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits.
Step 5
3.3.6
1. The oil vent plug is activated on the gear motor (see Figure 2 and optionally section 8.4 Drive Unit instructions).
Figure 2, Activation of gear vent plug
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3 Installation
The instruction manual is part of delivery. Study the instructions carefully.
The Agitator is for permanent fastening.
Make sure the motor corresponds to the environment.
Check the direction of rotation before operation.
3.4
Installation, electrically
!
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Operation by unauthorized personnel may endanger personnel and property.
Treat all electrical equipment as powered.
Switch off the power before maintenance and repair.
The electrician must be certified according to local regulations and with at least 3 years’ experience from similar types of
installations.
The electrician must have proven skills in reading and working from drawings and cable lists.
The electrician must have knowledge of local safety regulations for power and automation and making sure that any work
carried out is safe for personnel and property before the equipment is put back into operation.
If you need assistance or have questions – please contact Alfa Laval.
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The motor requires the power supply as indicated on the name plate.
It is recommended to secure the motor with a motor protection.
We recommend starting the motor by use of a soft starter, or a frequency converter, with a start ramp up time of 2-7 sec.
We recommend installation of a service switch at the Agitator to secure the personnel during service work.
Perform a visual inspection of the direction of rotation. The direction required is indicated on the name plate.
!
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Rotation of Agitator must be clockwise looking from the tank top and down. Otherwise the Agitator will be damaged.
3.5
Recycling information
• Unpacking
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Packing material consists of wood, plastics, cardboard boxes and in some cases metal straps.
Wood and cardboard boxes can be re-used, recycled or used for energy recovery.
Plastics should be recycled or burnt at a licensed waste incineration plant.
Metal straps should be sent for material recycling.
• Maintenance
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During maintenance, oil and wear parts in the machine are replaced.
All metal parts should be sent for material recycling.
Worn out or defective electronic parts should be sent to a licensed handler for material recycling.
Oil and all non-metal wear parts must be disposed of in accordance with local regulations.
• Scrapping
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At the end of use, the equipment must be recycled according to the relevant, local regulations. Besides the equipment itself,
any hazardous residues from the process liquid must be considered and dealt with in a proper manner. When in doubt, or in
the absence of local regulations, please contact your local Alfa Laval sales company.
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4 Operation
Study the instructions carefully and pay special attention to warnings! Always check the Agitator before operation. Alfa Laval
recommends a soft starter for the Agitator to reduce the load on tank and Agitator.
All position numbers and item numbers refer to the drawings shown and specified in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits.
4.1
General information
!
Rotation of Agitator must always be clockwise.
Use of gear motor covers is not permitted due to risk of reduced cooling on motor.
If batch rotation is observed during operation, the optimum effect of the Agitator is achieved by interval agitation instead. If
interval agitation is used, the gear motor must be installed with a soft-starter or a frequency converter to increase gear motor life
time and reduce forces on the tank top system.
If a sensitive product is processed, agitation speed and time should be reduced as much as possible.
If the Agitator is equipped with an aeration valve, it is possible to aerate the product through the shaft during the agitation.
4.2
Aeration
If Agitator is equipped with Aeration feature the upper connection (28) can be used letting in sterile air into the batch through the
inside of the shafts and out at the lower propeller. The flow versus pressure can be calculated from the formula described in
chapter 6 Technical Data.
A: Sterile air
B :Mechanical seal
C: Mechanical seal
D: Hollow shaft for aeration
E: CIP pipe
A
B
C
D
E
4304-0013
a: Nozzles for aeration and CIP
a
4304-0014
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4 Operation
Study the instructions carefully and pay special attention to warnings! Always check the Agitator before operation. Alfa Laval
recommends a soft starter for the Agitator to reduce the load on tank and Agitator.
All position numbers and item numbers refer to the drawings shown and specified in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits.
4.3
Inspection
Part
Gear motor
- Clean surfaces to avoid overheating
- Check for oil leakages
Sealing
- Verify that the seals are not leaking
4.4
Inspection Interval
Monthly
Monthly
Monthly
Troubleshooting
Problem
Not starting
Cause/result
Remedy
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Defect
Gear motor
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Fault at power supply
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Agitator
Dismantle gear motor, check for
correct rotation
Replace gear motor
Check power supply connection
Check voltage and frequency
correspond with motor name plate
Check frequency converter adjustment
correspond with motor name plate
Check that Agitator can rotate freely
without striking anything
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Obstructed
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Damaged
Unbalanced
Damaged
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Contact Alfa Laval
Clean propeller
Contact Alfa Laval
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Find root cause of sound
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Change and/or repair parts
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Oil leakage
CIP fluid or other from drain
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Renovate or change gear motor
Replace sealing
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Deviation from normal operation
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Operation must be according to
specification
Vibrations
Propeller
Shaft
Unusual sounds
Leakage
Gear motor
Performance
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4 Operation
Study the instructions carefully and pay special attention to warnings! Always check the Agitator before operation. Alfa Laval
recommends a soft starter for the Agitator to reduce the load on tank and Agitator.
All position numbers and item numbers refer to the drawings shown and specified in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits.
4.5
Cleaning
4.5.1 General Information
!
The Agitator is fitted with a rotating spray ball designed to clean Agitator and tank as part of the same cleaning process
(Cleaning In Place - CIP).
The lower propeller is equipped with nozzles cleaning all down facing propeller blades (both lower and upper - if included) –
up facing propeller blades are cleaned by the spray ball.
Cleaning requires CIP fluids to be connected to (27 and 28) if with Aeration and (27) only if without Aeration.
B
C
D
A
F
A: CIP
B: Mechanical seal
C: Mechanical seal
D: Hollow shaft for aeration
E: CIP pipe
F: CIP-annulus - flushing upwards
G: Hydraulic balanced CIP seal
H: Spray ball
I: O-ring seal
J: PTFE seal
4304-0015
E
F
G
H
I
J
Figure 3, CIP in propeller
The Agitator does not require a special cleaning procedure but the process can be integrated in the usual tank cleaning
concept. However, hot caustic cleaning is always recommended.
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4 Operation
Study the instructions carefully and pay special attention to warnings! Always check the Agitator before operation. Alfa Laval
recommends a soft starter for the Agitator to reduce the load on tank and Agitator.
All position numbers and item numbers refer to the drawings shown and specified in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits.
NOTE
The Agitator must not be run at temperatures above 90°C.
Ensure that all surfaces in contact with product are totally clean so product is not contaminated and that the Agitator itself is
not exposed pit corrosion.
Pay special attention to:
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Impeller device surfaces.
Surfaces between propellers and shaft.
Surfaces around sealing and bushings.
Surfaces around weldings.
4.5.2 Cleaning examples
- CIP fluids to be connected to CIP connection (27 and 28) if with Aeration and (27) only if without Aeration.
- Pre-rinse with cold water for approximately 3-5 minutes.
- The caustic cleaning step should be made with hot caustic 60-70°C 30 - 45 minutes.
- The yeast mixer should be running continuously during CIP.
- The recommended CIP flows versus pressures can be calculated from the formula in section 6.1 ALT-SB-15, With Aeration
(item number 9614322301) and 6.2 ALT-SB-15, Without Aeration (item number 9614328901).
- The cleaning should be made as soon as possible after emptying the tank, while the inside surfaces are still wet.
- Final-rinse with hot water for approximately 3 minutes followed by cold water for 3-5 minutes or until last rinsing water is
free from chemicals.
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5 Maintenance
Ensure totally clean surfaces during mounting. Always use original Alfa Laval parts.
If product wetted parts are soiled during de-commissioning or installation, these must be manually cleaned prior commissioning
of the equipment.
5.1
General maintenance
!
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Maintenance of the Agitator should only be performed by authorized personnel.
For maintenance instructions of gear motor please see section 8.3 Drive Unit lubrication.
Ensure totally clean surfaces during maintenance.
For lifting instruction, please see chapter 3 Installation.
Always disconnect the power supply when servicing the Agitator.
Always use proper tools.
Always replace worn sealing elements before reassembling.
Follow the dismantling and assembly instructions to the letter.
All scrap must be stored/disposed of in accordance with current rules and directives.
Always use original Alfa Laval spare parts.
Part
Sealing (Mechanical, PTFE and O-rings)
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Replace every
3000 hours or 2nd year
5 Maintenance
All position numbers and item numbers refer to the drawings shown and specified in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits.
5.2
Disassembling of Agitator
Step 1
5.2.1
1. Unscrew the four nuts (16) and remove the washers (17).
4304-0016
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5 Maintenance
All position numbers and item numbers refer to the drawings shown and specified in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits.
4304-0017
Step 2
5.2.2
1. Lift the complete Agitator using a hoist and a sling (do not use lifting eye on the gear motor).
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5 Maintenance
All position numbers and item numbers refer to the drawings shown and specified in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits.
Step 3
5.2.3
1. Insert the fastener tool (50) onto the welding flange (60) and unscrew the threaded connection between the shaft (3) and the
shaft (5). The thread is original tightened using Loctite – coated abrasive around the pipe, together with an appropriated pipe
wrench, can be used to unscrew the connection without damaging the surfaces.
2. Position the shaft and propeller unit into the fastener tool (50) and lift down the complete drive unit into an appropriated
workshop where service can be carried out.
4304-0012
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5 Maintenance
All position numbers and item numbers refer to the drawings shown and specified in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits.
Step 4
5.2.4
1. The complete drive unit is secured vertically to a table (or the like) (200) with a hole enabling the shaft (5) to point vertically
down and to be secured vertically (201) in the correct distance (438 ± 2 mm).
2. The gear motor screw cover (1A) is removed.
3. The screw (21) is unscrewed from the shaft (5).
4. The washer (22), which consists of two parts attached to each other with some silicone, is removed. It is important that the
parts are positioned as shown on Figure 4 when assembled.
5. The bushing that follows the gear motor seen on Figure 5 (together with position 21 and position 22) is removed and the
surfaces between the shaft (5) and the hollow shaft of the gear motor 1 is lubricated using some thin oil – that eases
the disassembling of the two parts.
6. The fasteners (18, 19 and 20) is unscrewed (during assembly they must be tightened sequentially to 51 Nm using some
Loctite).
7. The gear motor (1) is carefully lifted. It is important that the shaft (5) is not bumbed hard from side to side as the shaft surfaces
collide easily with the fragile mechanical seal parts (30).
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Figure 5, Bushing for shaft and gear motor
4304-0020
4304-0019
Figure 4, One washer (22)
5 Maintenance
All position numbers and item numbers refer to the drawings shown and specified in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits.
4304-0021
Step 5
5.2.5
1. The screws (24) are unscrewed (during assembly they must be
tightened sequentially to 51 Nm using some Loctite).
2. The flange (7) is removed.
4304-0022
Step 6
5.2.6 (only for type with Aeration - item number 9614322301)
1. The gear console (7) is removed as one part together with:
pins (13), O-ring (36) and the stationary part of the mechanical
seal (30A) (including O-ring).
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5 Maintenance
All position numbers and item numbers refer to the drawings shown and specified in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits.
4304-0023
Step 7
5.2.7 (only for type with Aeration - item number 9614322301)
1. Remove the PTFE sliding part of the rotating part of the seal (30B).
2. Add some grease to the shaft and pull up the rotating part of the seal (30B).
3. Remove the circlip (15).
A
A: PTFE sliding part
Figure 6, PTFE sliding part of seal
4304-0024
Step 8
5.2.8
1. Remove the pins (12).
2. The part (8) is removed as one part together with: O-ring (36)
and the stationary part of the mechanical seal (30A) (including
O-ring).
3. The Gasket support (31) is removed (only for type with Aeration
– item number 9614322301).
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5 Maintenance
All position numbers and item numbers refer to the drawings shown and specified in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits.
4304-0025
Step 9
5.2.9
1. Remove the Console (9) together with the O-rings (36).
2. Add some grease to the shaft and pull up the rotating part of
the seal (30B).
3. Remove the CIP Tube (10).
4. Remove the Spray ball bearing (33).
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5 Maintenance
All position numbers and item numbers refer to the drawings shown and specified in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits.
5.3
Assembling of Agitator
Read instructions below and follow section 5.2 Disassembling of Agitator in reverse order.
5.3.1 Mounting of O-rings in general
Step 1
Apply some food-approved grease to the O-ring.
Figure 7, Greasing O-ring
Step 2
Press the O-ring into the appropriated groove at position 0° and 180°.
Figure 8, lnserting O-ring
Step 3
Press the O-ring into the appropriated groove at position 90° and 270°.
Figure 9, lnserting O-ring
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5 Maintenance
All position numbers and item numbers refer to the drawings shown and specified in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits.
5.3.2 Mounting of mechanical seals
Step 1
1. Apply some food-approved grease to the O-ring mounted on the
stationary part of the seal (30B).
2. Mount O-ring on rotating part of the seal (30B) without twisting it
“inside out”.
3. Clean both seal surfaces on the seal (30A and 30B) with some alcohol.
Figure 10, O-ring for seal part 30B
5.4
Replacement of gear motor
See section 5.2 Disassembling of Agitator.
5.5
Replacement of seals
See section 5.2 Disassembling of Agitator.
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6 Technical Data
6.1
ALT-SB-15, With Aeration (item number 9614322301)
Environmental requirements:
Temperature:
10°C - 40°C
Relative humidity:
20% - 80%
Size:
See order confirmation/delivery note:
Dimensions to be found in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits
Power supply:
See gear motor and/or order confirmation/delivery note.
CIP (through both connections position 27 and position 28):
Temperature:
< 90°C, recommended about 65°C
1-3 bar above tank pressure depending on tank size
Pressure:
Quantity:
12-21 m3/h
12 x p0,5, at pressure p [barg]
Flow [m3/hour]:
Detergent:
Suitable for: steel EN 1.4404, PTFE and EPDM
Aeration (sterile air):
1 barg (1 bar above tank pressure)
Pressure:
35-100 l/min depending on tank size (100 l/min = 6 m3/hour)
Quantity:
Flow [m3/hour]:
90 x p0,5, at pressure p [barg]
Material:
See order confirmation/delivery note:
Data to be found in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits
4304-0026
Figure 11, CIP flow versus pressure, type with aeration
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6 Technical Data
6.2
ALT-SB-15, Without Aeration (item number 9614328901)
Environmental requirements:
Temperature:
10°C - 40°C
Relative humidity:
20% - 80%
Size:
See order confirmation/delivery note:
Dimensions to be found in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits
Power supply:
See gear motor and/or order confirmation/delivery note.
CIP (through connections position 27):
Temperature:
< 90°C, recommended about 65°C
1-3 bar above tank pressure depending on tank size
Pressure:
Quantity:
12-21 m3/h
12 x p0,5, at pressure p [barg]
Flow [m3/hour]:
Detergent:
Suitable for: steel EN 1.4404, PTFE and EPDM
Material:
See order confirmation/delivery note:
Data to be found in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits
4304-0027
Figure 12, CIP flow versus pressure, type without aeration
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All possible configurations described below. Always use original Alfa Laval parts.
7.1
ALT-SB-15, with aeration
7.1.1 Drawing (item number 9614322301)
4304-0003
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All possible configurations described below. Always use original Alfa Laval parts.
7.1.2 Part list (item number 9614322301):
Pos
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
Qty
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
4
4
4
4
4
1
1
1
4
1
4
1
1
1
2
1
4
1
4
1
4
Item #
See table*
See table*
See table*
See table*
9614328601
9614313403
9614318301
9614319701
9614317901
9614318502
9614319301
9614313504
9614313503
9614313501
TE2601000199
TE2601000058
TE2601000348
TE2601000630
TE2601000346
TE2601000355
TE2601000047
TE2601000169
TE2601000644
TE2601000631
TE2601041560
TE2601000202
3131800111
3131800071
9614314101
9614321601
9614319201
9614311803
9614329901
9614312702
9614312704
9614312703
Drawing #
96143250
96143199
96143204
96143275
96143286
96143134
96143183
96143197
96143179
96143185
96143193
96143135
96143135
96143135
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
4156
None
None
None
96143141
96143216
96143192
96143118
96143299
96143127
96143127
96143127
Denomination
Gear motor
Propeller for agitator, Upper
Agitator shaft, Welded
Propeller, Lower
Gear shaft
Parallel key
Flange, Upper for Agitator
Intermedia coupling welded
Console for Agitator, Welded
Tube, CIP for spray ball
Gear console with aeration
Pin
Pin
Pin
Circlip, outer
Cap nut
Washer
Screw
Washer
Cap nut
Screw
Washer
Screw
Screw
Name plate
Rivet
NW65
NW25
Loctite 2701, 10 ml
Single Mechanical seal
Gasket support
Gasket
Spray ball bearing
O-ring
O-ring
O-ring
Material
NA
14.404
14.404
14.404
14.404
1.4307/1.4301
1,4404
14.404
14.404
14.404
14.404
14.404
14.404
14.404
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
AISI 304L
A2
14.404
14.404
NA
EN 12756: Y1/Q1/E/G/G
1,4404
PTFE
PTFE
EPDM
EPDM
EPDM
* Not part of top level item number - item number must be selected on drawing
7.1.3 Spare Part Kit
Spare Part Kit item number 9614322302 includes parts pos. #29 to #36
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All possible configurations described below. Always use original Alfa Laval parts.
7.2
ALT-SB-15, without aeration
7.2.1 Drawing (item number 9614328901)
4304-0004
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All possible configurations described below. Always use original Alfa Laval parts.
7.2.2 Part list (item number 9614328901)
Pos
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
Qty
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
2
0
2
0
4
4
4
4
4
1
1
1
4
1
4
1
0
1
1
0
4
1
4
1
3
Item #
See table*
See table*
See table*
See table*
9614329001
9614313403
9614318301
9614319701
9614317901
9614318502
Drawing #
96143250
96143199
96143204
96143275
96143290
96143134
96143183
96143197
96143179
96143185
Denomination
Gear motor
Propeller for agitator, Upper
Agitator shaft, Welded
Propeller, Lower
Gear shaft
Parallel key
Flange, Upper for Agitator
Intermedia coupling welded
Console for Agitator, Welded
Tube, CIP for spray ball
Material
NA
14.404
14.404
14.404
14.404
1.4307/1.4301
1,4404
14.404
14.404
14.404
9614313504
96143135
Pin
14.404
9614313501
96143135
Pin
14.404
TE2601000058
TE2601000348
TE2601000630
TE2601000346
TE2601000355
TE2601000047
TE2601000169
TE2601000644
TE2601000632
TE2601041560
TE2601000202
3131800111
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
4156
None
None
Cap nut
Washer
Screw
Washer
Cap nut
Screw
Washer
Screw
Screw
Name plate
Rivet
NW65
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
AISI 304L
A2
14.404
9614314101
9614321601
96143141
96143216
Loctite 2701, 10 ml
Single Mechanical seal
NA
EN 12756:
9614311803
9614329901
9614312702
9614312704
9614312703
96143118
96143299
96143127
96143127
96143127
Gasket
Spray ball bearing
O-ring
O-ring
O-ring
1,4404
PTFE
PTFE
EPDM
EPDM
* Not part of top level item number - item number must be selected on drawing
7.1.3 Spare Part Kit
Spare Part Kit item number 9614328902 includes parts pos. #29 to #36
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7.3
ALT-SB-15, with and without aeration
7.3.1 Gear motor, Variants (Drawing number 96143250)
Gear motor specification
Type:
Shaft material:
Motor temperature protection:
Motor backstop / Freewheel bearing:
Lubrication type*:
Lubrication supplier*:
Lubrication classification*:
Lubrication quantity:
Surface colour:
Surface treatment:
Surface corrosion class:
Labelling:
High efficient Helical Bevel
1,4057
PTC resistor, 3x155°C
Yes
Food-compatible oil ISI VG 220
Klüber
CLP PG H1 220
1,2 ltr
RAL 5010
Pain coat 3,0, 110-150 µm
EN 12944, C2
According to local legislation
*For more information and certificate see section 8.4 Drive Unit instructions
Please contact Alfa Laval if a new gear motor is required. In this way it is ensured that the new gear motor fulfils all local legislation.
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7.3.2 Propeller, Upper, Drawing (Drawing number 96143199)
4304-0005
7.3.3 Propeller, Upper, Variants (Drawing number 96143199)
Item #
9614319901
9614319902
9614319903
9614319904
9614319905
9614319906
9614319907
9614319908
9614319909
9614319910
9614319911
9614319912
9614319913
9614319914
9614319915
9614319916
Drawing #
96143199
96143199
96143199
96143199
96143199
96143199
96143199
96143199
96143199
96143199
96143199
96143199
96143199
96143199
96143199
96143199
ØPropeller / [mm]
614
664
713
763
813
863
912
962
1012
1062
1112
564
515
466
416
367
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7.3.4 Agitator shaft, welded, Drawing (Drawing number 96143204)
4304-0006
7.3.5 Agitator shaft, welded, Variants (Drawing number 96143204)
Item #
9614320401
9614320402
9614320403
9614320404
9614320405
9614320406
9614320407
9614320408
9614320409
9614320410
9614320411
9614320412
9614320413
9614320414
9614320415
9614320416
9614320417
9614320418
9614320419
9614320420
9614320421
9614320422
9614320423
9614320424
9614320425
9614320426
9614320427
9614320428
9614320429
9614320430
9614320431
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Drawing #
96143204
96143204
96143204
96143204
96143204
96143204
96143204
96143204
96143204
96143204
96143204
96143204
96143204
96143204
96143204
96143204
96143204
96143204
96143204
96143204
96143204
96143204
96143204
96143204
96143204
96143204
96143204
96143204
96143204
96143204
96143204
L / [mm]
800
900
1000
1100
1200
1300
1400
1500
1600
1700
1800
1900
2000
2100
2200
2300
2400
2500
2600
500
550
600
650
700
750
850
950
2700
2800
2900
3000
7 Parts list/Service kits
7.3.6 Propeller, Lower, Drawing (Drawing number 96143275)
4304-0007
7.3.7 Propeller, Lower, Variants (Drawing number 96143275)
Item #
9614327501
9614327502
9614327503
9614327504
9614327505
9614327506
9614327507
9614327508
9614327509
9614327510
9614327511
9614327512
9614327513
9614327514
9614327515
9614327516
Drawing #
96143275
96143275
96143275
96143275
96143275
96143275
96143275
96143275
96143275
96143275
96143275
96143275
96143275
96143275
96143275
96143275
ØPropeller / [mm]
613
663
712
762
812
862
912
962
1011
1061
1111
563
514
464
415
366
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7.4
Accessories
7.4.1 Mounting tool, Drawing (Drawing number 9614324701
The mounting tool must be used for correct installation of SB Agitator Type 15
4304-0008
Mounting Tool, Parts list (Item number 9614324701)
Pos
50
51
40
Qty
1
1
Item #
9,61E+09
9,61E+09
Drawing #
96143245
96143244
Denomination
Tool – Fastener plate
Tool – Lifting eye
Material
Aluminium 6061 Alloy
1.4404 / A2
7 Parts list/Service kits
7.4.3 Welding Flange (Counter Flange), Drawing (Drawing number 9614323701)
4304-0009
Welding Flange (Counter Flange), Parts List (Item number 9614323701)
Pos
60
61
Qty
1
4
Item #
9,61E+09
TE2601000672
Drawing #
96143236
None
Denomination
Welding Flange
Stud
Material
14.404
A2
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All position numbers are according to drawings and part lists in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits
7.5
Installation drawing
7.5.1 Complete Agitator in tank
430
4-0
029
7.5.1 Complete Agitator in tank, Parts List
Pos
99
100
101
42
Qty
1
1
1
Item #
NA
NA
NA
Drawing #
NA
NA
NA
Denomination
Tank mounting flange (welding flange)
Top Plate
Top Plate gasket
8 Appendix
All position numbers are according to drawings and part lists in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits
8.1
Declaration of Compliance
Supplier
Alfa Laval Flow Equipment (Kunshan) Co Ltd
Baishu Road, Kunshan
Economic & Technical development Zone
Jiangsu - 215301 - P. R. China
Tel Switchboad: +86 512 577 145 04
Traceability
We as supplier hereby guarantee and certify that the materials and/or parts of equipment(s) stated in this manual have been
manufactured in accordance to and comply with the Regulation (EC) No. 1935/2004 of the European Parliament and of the
Council of 27 October 2004 on “Materials and articles intended to come into contact with food” regarding traceability.
Compliance for the U.S. Food & Drug Administration CFR 21 §177
We hereby confirm that the materials used in the equipment stated in this manual are suitable and licensed for FDA and
can be used in food applications in accordance with FDA. Handling/assembly at Alfa Laval has not changed the material
characteristics and parts have not been contaminated with unacceptable products. FDA Declarations from our suppliers can
be forwarded upon request.
This Certified Mill Test Report is computer generated and is valid without signature
Michael Zhen, Quality Manager, Alfa Laval
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All position numbers are according to drawings and part lists in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits
Order specific “Tank With Agitator” drawing, example
4304-0028
8.2
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All position numbers are according to drawings and part lists in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits
8.3
Drive Unit lubrication
Product information
Klübersynth UH1 6 oils
Synthetic gear and high-temperature oils for the
food-processing and pharmaceutical industries
Benefits for your application
The oils meet the requirements according to DIN 51 517 – 03, CLP
Registered by NSF as H1 lubricants for use in food-processing and pharmaceutical
industries, complies with FDA 21 CFR Sec. 178.3570
ISO 21469 certified – supports the compliance with the hygienic requirements in your
production. You will find further information about ISO Standard 21469 on our website
www.klueber.com.
Much longer service life than mineral oils due to the excellent ageing and oxidation
resistance of the base oil; thus maintenance intervals can be extended and in certain
cases even lifetime lubrication is possible
Owing to the wide service temperature range it is possible in many cases to use just one
viscosity grade for both low and high temperatures
The optimum friction behavior of the polyglycol base oil reduces power losses and
improves efficiency
The good wear protection of both gears and rolling bearings ensure that the service life
calculated for the lubricated components is achieved.
The oils' high micropitting resistance offers sufficient protection to gears that are
subject to high loads and would normally be susceptible to this type of damage.
The excellent viscosity-temperature behavior supports the formation of a sufficient
lubricating film even at elevated and high temperatures.
Seals made of 72 NBR 902, 75 FKM 585 and 75 FKM 170055 are resistant against
Klübersynth UH1 6 oils.
Approved by Flender, Siemens Geared Motors, SEW Eurodrive, Getriebebau Nord,
Stöber Antriebstechnik, Lenze, ZAE Antriebstechnik Baldor, Boston Gear, Bonfiglioli,
Watt Drive etc.
Description
Application
Klübersynth UH1 6 oils are gear oils on a
polyglycol basis. They have a high scuffing load
capacity and
micro-pitting resistance. These oils have also
proved their good wear protection in rolling
bearings on the FAG FE 8 test rig for gear oils.
Klübersynth UH1 6 oils are used for the
lubrication of bevel and spur gears, rolling and
plain bearings as well as all types of denture
clutches, especially when exposed to high
temperatures.
Klübersynth UH1 6 oils were especially
developed for the lubrication of worm gears with
steel/bronze pairings.
The polyglycol base oils and special additives
reduce the friction coefficient and provide low
wear values, which is a clear advantage in
these applications.
Klübersynth UH1 6 oils stand out for their
excellent ageing and oxidation resistance, good
viscosity-temperature behaviour and very good
thermal stability.
Klübersynth UH1 6-100, 150, 220, 320, 460, 680, en
article number: 096094, 096058, 096059, 096063, 096060, 096064
Edition 12.09, replaces edition 07.09
MA-TM/HSi
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All position numbers are according to drawings and part lists in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits
Product information
Klübersynth UH1 6 oils
Synthetic gear and high-temperature oils for the
food-processing and pharmaceutical industries
Klübersynth UH1 6 oils achieve a particularly
low wear intensity according to DIN 3996
(calculation of load capacity).
Klübersynth UH1 6 oils can also be used for the
lubrication of lifting, drive and transport chains.
Application notes
Klübersynth UH1 6 oils can be applied by
immersion, immersion/circulation and injection.
Klübersynth UH1 6 oils are not miscible with
mineral oils and synthetic hydrocarbons like
polyalphaolefins.
Application notes
Viscosity selection
When determining the oil viscosity for gears,
the manufacturer's instructions take priority.
Only in cases where there are no gear
manufacturer's instructions, the viscosity can be
selected in accordance with the enclosed
worksheet "Klübersynth UH1 6 oils – selection
of oil viscosity for gears".
To determine the correct oil viscosity for
bearings, please observe the bearing
manufacturer's instructions.
For determining the existing viscosity, please
refer to the enclosed viscosity-temperature
diagram indicating the differing viscositytemperature behavior of Klübersynth UH1 6 oils
as compared to mineral oils.
We recommend cleaning the lubrication points
or rinsing gears with the Klübersynth UH1 6 oil
which will be used after conversion.
Minimum shelf life
Klübersynth UH1 6 oils are neutral towards
ferrous metals and almost all nonferrous
metals.
The minimum shelf life is approx. 36 months if
the product is stored in its unopened original
container in a dry, frost-free place.
There may be increased wear when the contact
surfaces of design elements made of aluminium
or aluminium alloys are exposed to dynamic
loads. If necessary, preliminary tests should be
carried out.
For permanent temperatures up to 80°C seals
made of 72 NBR 902 may be used. For higher
temperatures, we recommend to use seals
made of 75 FKM 585.
It should be noted that elastomers from one or
several manufacturers can behave differently.
When applying Klübersynth UH1 6 oils we
recommend the use of two-component paints
(reaction paints) for interior coating. Oil gauge
glasses should preferably be made of natural
glass or polyamide materials. Other transparent
plastics, e.g. Plexiglas, have a tendency to
crack under stress.
Pack sizes
20 l canister
200 l drum
Material Safety Data Sheets
Material safety data sheets can be downloaded
or requested via our website www.klueber.com.
You may also obtain them through your contact
person at Klüber Lubrication.
The suitability of materials used in contact with
Klübersynth UH1 6 oils should be tested,
especially prior to series application.
Klübersynth UH1 6-100, 150, 220, 320, 460, 680, en
article number: 096094, 096058, 096059, 096063, 096060, 096064
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Edition 12.09, replaces edition 07.09
MA-TM/HSi
8 Appendix
All position numbers are according to drawings and part lists in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits
Product information
Klübersynth UH1 6 oils
Synthetic gear and high-temperature oils for the
food-processing and pharmaceutical industries
Product data
100
150
220
320
460
680
Marking acc. to DIN 51502
CLP PG
100
CLP PG
150
CLP PG
220
CLP PG
320
CLP PG
460
CLP PG
680
Marking acc. to ISO 12925-1
CKC 100
CKC 150
CKC 220
CKC 320
CKC 460
CKC 680
137872
124437
124438
124439
124440
124441
Klübersynth UH1 6- …
NSF-H1 registration*, registration no.
ISO VG DIN 51 519
100
150
220
320
460
680
Density, DIN 51 757, at 15 °C,
[kg/m³], approx.
1040
1050
1060
1065
1075
1075
Kinematic viscosity, DIN 51 562, pt. 01
2
at 20 °C, [mm /s], approx.
at 40 °C, [mm2/s], approx.
2
at 100 °C, [mm /s], approx.
250
100
19.5
390
150
28.5
610
220
41
840
320
56
1270
460
78
1900
680
115
Viscosity index, DIN ISO 2909, approx.
> 190
> 210
> 220
> 220
> 240
> 250
Flash point, DIN ISO 2592, [°C]
> 220
> 220
> 220
> 220
> 220
> 220
Pour point, DIN ISO 3016, [°C]
< -45
< -35
< -35
< -30
< -30
< -25
Foaming characteristics, ASTM D 892,
sequence I, II, III [ml]
< 100/10
Copper corrosion, DIN EN 2160, 24 h,
corrosion rating
1 - 100
Corrosion protection on steel,
DIN ISO 7120
0–A
Ageing characteristics, ASTM D 2893,
increase in viscosity, [%]
<6
FZG gear test rig, A/8.3/90
DIN 14635-1, scuffing load stage
> 12
FZG gear test rig, A/16.9/90
DIN 14635-1, scuffing load stage
> 11
> 12
Rolling bearing test rig FE 8, D 7,5/80-80,
DIN 51 819-3, wear of rolling elements,
[mg]
Lower service temperature range**, [°C]
Upper service temperature range**, [°C]
< 30
-35
-30
-25
160
*
This lubricant is registered as H1, which means that it has been designed for incidental, technically unavoidable food contact. Experience shows that it can be
used for equivalent applications in the cosmetic and pharmaceutical industry under the conditions described in the product information leaflet. Specific test
results as e.g. biocompatibility, which could be an additional requirement for applications in the pharmaceutical industry, are not available for this product.
Therefore, before using the lubricant adequate risk analyses should be performed and, if necessary, suitable measures be taken by the manufacturer and user
of installations in order to exclude the risk of health hazards and personal injuries.
**
Service temperatures are guide values which depend on the lubricant's composition, the intended use and the application method. Lubricants change their
consistency, shear viscosity or viscosity depending on the mechano-dynamical loads, time, pressure and temperature. These changes in product characteristics
may affect the function of a component.
Klübersynth UH1 6-100, 150, 220, 320, 460, 680, en
article number: 096094, 096058, 096059, 096063, 096060, 096064
Edition 12.09, replaces edition 07.09
MA-TM/HSi
47
8 Appendix
All position numbers are according to drawings and part lists in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits
Product information
Klübersynth UH1 6 oils
Synthetic gear and high-temperature oils for the
food-processing and pharmaceutical industries
Viscosity-Temperature Diagram
Lubrication is our world
With more than 2000 products available around the world, you can be sure that Klüber
has the right product for your application. Please contact Klüber Lubrication specialists
worldwide to assist you in all matters regarding lubrication.
www.klueber.com
Klüber Lubrication München KG, Geisenhausenerstraße 7, 81379 München, Germany, phone +49 89 7876-0, fax +49 89 7876-333.
The data in this product information is based on our general experience and knowledge at the time of printing and is intended to give information of possible
applications to a reader with technical experience. It constitutes neither an assurance of product properties nor does it release the user from the obligation of
performing preliminary tests with the selected product. We recommend contacting our Technical Consulting Staff to discuss your specific application. If required and
possible we will be pleased to provide a sample for testing. Klüber products are continually improved. Therefore, Klüber Lubrication reserves the right to change all
the technical data in this product information at any time without notice.
Klüber Lubrication, a company of the Freudenberg Group
Publisher and Copyright: Klüber Lubrication München KG. Reprints, total or in part, are permitted if source is indicated and voucher copy is forwarded.
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NSF International / Nonfood Compounds Registration Program
July 28, 2008
Dr. Luciana Husfeld
KLUBER LUBRICATION MUNCHEN KG.
GEISENHAUSENER STR. 7
81379 MÜNCHEN
GERMANY
RE: Klübersynth UH1 6-220
Category Code: H1
NSF Registration No. 124438
Dear Dr. Luciana Husfeld:
NSF has processed the application for Registration of Klübersynth UH1 6-220 to the NSF International Registration
Guidelines for Proprietary Substances and Nonfood Compounds (2008), which are available at www.nsfwhitebook.org. The
NSF Nonfood Compounds Registration Program is a continuation of the USDA product approval and listing program,
which is based on meeting regulatory requirements including FDA 21 CFR for appropriate use, ingredient and labeling
review.
This product is acceptable as a lubricant with incidental food contact (H1) for use in and around food processing
areas. Such compounds may be used on food processing equipment as a protective anti-rust film, as a release agent
on gaskets or seals of tank closures, and as a lubricant for machine parts and equipment in locations in which there
is a potential exposure of the lubricated part to food. The amount used should be the minimum required to
accomplish the desired technical effect on the equipment. If used as an anti-rust film, the compound must be
removed from the equipment surface by washing or wiping, as required to leave the surface effectively free of any
substance which could be transferred to food being processed.
NSF Registration of this product is current when the NSF Registration Number, Category Code, and Registration Mark
appear on the NSF-approved product label, and the Registered product name is included in the current NSF White Book
Listing of Nonfood Compounds at the NSF website (www.nsfwhitebook.org). The NSF Registration Mark can be
downloaded by clicking the "Download Registration Mark" link on the NSF website (www.nsfwhitebook.org).
NSF Listing of all Registered Nonfood compounds by NSF International is not an endorsement of those compounds, or of
any performance or efficacy claims made by the manufacturer.
Registration status may be verified at any time via the NSF website, at www.nsfwhitebook.org. Changes in formulation or
label, without the prior written consent of NSF, will void Registration, and will supersede the on-line listing.
Sincerely,
Jennifer De France
NSF Nonfood Compounds Registration Program
Company No: N04391
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6. Appendix......................................................................................................................... 26
6.1 Versions and maintenance ........................................................................................... 26
6.2 Torque values ............................................................................................................... 38
6.3 Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................ 38
6.4 Lubricants...................................................................................................................... 39
6.5 Lubricant quantities ....................................................................................................... 41
5. Service and maintenance.............................................................................................. 22
5.1 Service and maintenance intervals ............................................................................... 22
5.2 Service and maintenance work ..................................................................................... 22
4. Commissioning .............................................................................................................. 20
4.1 Checking the oil level .................................................................................................... 20
4.2 Activating the automatic lubricant dispenser ................................................................ 20
4.3 Operation with lubricant cooling .................................................................................... 21
4.4 Running-in time for the worm gear unit......................................................................... 21
4.5 Checklist........................................................................................................................ 21
3. Assembly instructions, storage, preparation, installation .......................................... 9
3.1 Storing the gear unit........................................................................................................ 9
3.2 Long-term storage ........................................................................................................... 9
3.3 Transporting the gear unit ............................................................................................. 10
3.4 Preparing for installation ............................................................................................... 10
3.5 Installing the gear unit ................................................................................................... 11
3.6 Fitting hubs on the gear shafts...................................................................................... 12
3.7 Fitting push-on gear units ............................................................................................. 13
3.8 Fitting shrink discs ........................................................................................................ 15
3.9 Fitting the covers ........................................................................................................... 16
3.10 Fitting a standard motor .............................................................................................. 17
3.11 Retrospective paintwork.............................................................................................. 18
3.12 Fitting the cooling coil to the cooling system .............................................................. 19
2. Description of gear units ................................................................................................ 7
2.1 Type designations and gear unit types ........................................................................... 7
2.2 Name plate ...................................................................................................................... 8
1. Notes ................................................................................................................................. 4
1.1 General information ........................................................................................................ 4
1.2 Safety and information symbols ...................................................................................... 4
1.3 Correct use ...................................................................................................................... 4
1.4 Safety information ........................................................................................................... 5
1.5 Other documents............................................................................................................. 6
1.6 Disposal .......................................................................................................................... 6
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Strict compliance with the technical data on the rating plate is essential.
The documentation must be observed.
Appropriate safety measures must be taken for applications where failure of a gear unit or
geared motor may result in injury.
Use in explosion hazard areas is prohibited.
Danger!
These gear units generate a rotational movement and are intended for use in commercial
systems. The gear unit must only be used according to the information in the technical
documentation from Getriebebau NORD.
1.3 Correct use
Useful information
Note!
Machine may be damaged
Attention!
Risk of fatalities and injury
Danger!
Please always observe the following safety and information symbols!
1.2 Safety and information symbols
Read the Operating Manual carefully prior to performing any work on or putting the gear unit into
operation. Strict compliance with the instructions in this Operating Manual is essential.
Getriebebau NORD accepts no liability for damage to persons, materials or assets as a result of
the non-observance of this Operating Manual, operating errors or incorrect use. General wearing
parts, e.g. radial seals are excluded from the warranty.
If additional components are attached to or installed in the gear unit (e.g. motor, cooling
system, pressure sensor etc.) or components (e.g. cooling system) are supplied with the
order, the operating instructions for these components must be observed.
If geared motors are used, compliance with the Motor Operating Manual is also necessary.
If you do not understand the contents of this Operating Manual or additional operating
instructions, please consult Getriebebau NORD!
1.1 General information
1.
1. Notes
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Serious physical and property damage may result from inappropriate installation, nondesignated use, incorrect operation, non-compliance with safety information, unauthorised
removal of housing components or safety covers and structural modifications to the gear unit.
Danger!
Observe all safety information, including that provided in the individual sections of this
Operating Manual. All national and other regulations on safety and accident prevention must
also be observed.
If geared motors have an additional eyebolt attached to the motor, this must also be used. Avoid
pulling the eyebolts at an angle. The thread of the eyebolt must be fully screwed in.
Only use the eyebolts attached to the gear unit for transport. No additional loads may be
attached. Transportation aids and lifting gear must have an adequate load-bearing capacity.
Danger!
Tighten the drive elements or secure the parallel key before switching on.
CAUTION! Depending on the operating conditions, the temperature of the gear unit may
exceed 60°C. Danger of burns! Protection against accidental contact may need to be
installed.
Installation and maintenance work must only be performed when gear units are at a standstill
and have cooled down. The drive must be isolated and secured to prevent accidental start-up.
Danger!
All work including transportation, storage, installation, electrical connection, commissioning,
servicing, maintenance and repair must be performed only by qualified specialist personnel.
It is recommended that repairs to NORD Products are carried out by the NORD Service
department.
1.4 Safety information
1. Notes
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- if applicable, operating instructions for attached or supplied options
Polyglycol-based lubricants
Synthetic gear oil (rating plate code: CLP PG)
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Cooling spiral, embedding material of the cooling spiral, Copper, epoxy, yellow brass
screw fittings
Asbestos-free sealing material
Additive mineral oil
Gear oil
Plastic with steel
Coupling components
Flat seals
Bronze
Elastomers with steel
Radial seals, sealing caps, rubber components,…
Aluminium
Worm gears, bushes, ...
Grey cast iron
Light alloy gear unit housing, light alloy gear unit
housing components, …
Steel
Toothed wheels, shafts, rolling bearings, parallel keys,
locking rings, …
Gear unit housing, housing components, …
Material:
Gear unit components:
Observe the current local regulations. In particular, lubricants must be collected and disposed of
correctly.
1.6 Disposal
- Operating and maintenance instructions for the electric motor
- Gear unit catalogues (G1000, G2000, G1011, G1012, G1034, G1035)
Further information may be obtained from the following documents:
1.5 Other documents
1. Notes
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UNIVERSAL worm gear units
SK 1SI31, SK 1SI40, SK 1SI50, SK 1SI63, SK 1SI75,
SK 1SIS31,…, SK 1SIS75,
SK 1SID31,…, SK 1SID63,
SK 1SMI31,…, SK 1SMI75,
SK 1SMID31,…, SK 1SMID63,
SK 1SIS-D31,…, SK 1SIS-D63 (single-stage),
SK 2SMID40, SK2SMID50, SK2SMID63,
SK 2SID40,…, SK 2SID63 (2-stage)
MINIBLOC worm gear units
SK1 S32, SK1 S40, SK 1S50, SK 1S63, SK 1SU...
SK 1SM31, SK 1SM40, SK 1SM50, SK 1SM63 (single-stage)
SK 2S32NB, SK 2S40NB, SK 2S50NB, SK 2S63NB,
SK 2SU…,
SK 2SM40, SK 2SM50, SK 2SM63 (2-stage)
Contrate worm gear unit
SK 02040, SK 02050, SK 12063, SK 12080,
SK 32100,SK 42125 (2-stage)
SK 13050, SK 13063, SK 13080, SK 33100, SK 43125
(3-stage)
Bevel gear units
SK 92072, SK 92172, SK 92372, SK 92672, SK 92772
SK 92072.1, SK 92172.1, SK92372.1, SK 92672.1, SK 92772.1,
SK 93072.1, SK 93172.1, SK 93372.1, SK93672.1, SK 93772.1
(2-stage)
SK 9012.1, SK 9016.1, SK 9022.1, SK 9032.1,
SK 9042.1, SK 9052.1, SK 9062.1, SK 9072.1,
SK 9082.1, SK 9086.1, SK 9092.1, SK 9096.1 (3-stage)
SK 9013.1, SK 9017.1, SK 9023.1, SK 9033.1, SK 9043.1,
SK 9053.1 (4-stage)
Parallel shaft gear units
SK 0182NB, SK 0282NB, SK 1282, SK 2282, SK 3282,
SK 4282, SK 5282, SK 6282, SK 7282, SK 8282, SK 9282,
SK 10282, SK 11282 (2-stage)
SK 1382NB, SK 2382, SK 3382, SK 4382, SK 5382,
SK 6382, SK 7382, SK 8382, SK 9382, SK 10382,
SK 11382, SK 12382 (3-stage)
Standard helical gear units
SK 0, SK 01, SK 20, SK 25, SK 30, SK 33 (2-stage)
SK 010, SK 200, SK 250, SK 300, SK 330 (3-stage)
NORDBLOC helical gear units
SK 320, SK 172, SK 272, SK 372, SK 472, SK 572, SK 672,
SK 772, SK 872, SK 972 (2-stage)
SK 273, SK 373, SK 473, SK 573, SK 673, SK 773, SK 873,
SK 973 (3-stage)
SK 072.1, SK 172.1, SK 372.1, SK 572.1, SK 672.1, SK 772.1
SK 872.1, SK 972.1 (2-stage)
SK 373.1, SK 573.1, SK 673.1, SK 773.1, SK 873.1,
SK 973.1 (3-stage)
Helical gear units
SK 11E, SK 21E, SK 31E,SK 41E, SK 51E (single-stage)
SK 02, SK 12, SK 22, SK 32, SK 42, SK 52, SK 62N
(2-stage)
SK 03, SK 13, SK 23, SK 33N, SK 43, SK 53 (3-stage)
SK 62, SK 72, SK 82, SK 92, SK 102 (2-stage)
SK 63, SK 73, SK 83, SK 93, SK 103 (3-stage)
2.1 Type designations and gear unit types
2.
Foot mounting with solid shaft
Hollow shaft version
Solid shaft version
Solid shaft both sides
Drive flange B14
Output flange B5
Foot mounting
Base and output flange B14
Base and output flange B5
Reinforced axial drive bearings
Reinforced output shaft
(Standard helical gear unit)
V
Reinforced drive shaft
(Standard helical gear unit)
D
Torque support
K
Torque console
S
Shrink disc
VS
Reinforced shrink disc
EA
Hollow shaft with internal spline
G
Rubber buffer
VG
Reinforced rubber buffer
R
Back stop
B
Fixing element
H
Covering cap as contact guard
H66
Covering cap IP66
VL
Reinforced bearings
VL2
Agitator design
VL3
Drywell agitator design
IEC
Standard motor mounting
NEMA Standard motor mounting
W
With free drive shaft
VI
Viton radial seals
OA
Oil expansion vessel
OT
Oil level tank
SO1
Synthetic oil ISO VG 220
CC
Casing cover with cooling spiral
DR
Spring Loaded Breather
H10
Modular contrate pre-stage
/31
Worm pre-stage
/40
Worm pre-stage
A
V
L
Z
F
X
XZ
XF
AL
5
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Rated speed of gear unit output shaft
Lubricant type, viscosity and quantity
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Installation orientation
Overall gear unit ratio
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10
Drive power
Weight according to ordered version
Rated torque of gear unit output shaft
6
8
Serial number
5
7
Operating mode
Year of manufacture
4
NORD gear unit type
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3
Matrix – Barcode
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Explanation of the Name Plate
Figure 2-1: Name plate (example)
2.2 Name plate
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Double gear units consist of two single gear units. They are to be treated as per the instructions in
this Manual, i.e. as two individual gear units. Type designation of double gear units: e.g. SK 73/22
(consisting of single gears SK 73 and SK 22)
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Please observe all of the general safety information in Section 1.4, 1.3 and in the individual
sections.
Assembly instructions, storage, preparation, installation
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o
No vibration or oscillation
No aggressive, corrosive substances (contaminated air, ozone, gases, solvents, acids,
alkalis, salts, radioactivity etc.) in the immediate vicinity
No direct exposure to sunlight or UV light
Relative humidity less than 60%
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If the storage or standstill period exceeds 2 years or the temperature during short-term
storage greatly deviates from the standard range, the lubricant in the gear unit must be
replaced before commissioning.
Measures before commissioning
If the relative humidity is <50% the gear unit can be stored for up to 3 years.
Measures during storage or standstill periods
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Temperature must not fluctuate beyond the range of –5 C to +40 C
o
In tropical regions, the drive unit must be protected against damage by insects
Store in a dry place.
The sealing band in the vent plug must not be removed during storage. The gear unit must
remain sealed tight.
Gear units with the long-term storage option are completely filled with lubricant or have VCI
corrosion protection agents added to the gear oil. (See label on gear unit)
Transportation damage to the external paint must be repaired. Check that a suitable rust
inhibitor is applied to the flange bearing surfaces. If necessary apply a suitable rust inhibitor
to the surfaces.
Store in the fitting position (see Section 6.1) and secure gear units against falling
Conditions of the gear unit and storage area for long-term storage prior to
commissioning:
For storage or standstill periods in excess of 9 months, Getriebebau NORD recommends the
long-term storage option. With the long-term storage option and the use of the measures
listed below, storage for up to 2 years is possible. As the actual influences on the unit greatly
depend on the local conditions, these times should only be regarded as guide values.
Note!
3.2 Long-term storage
No vibration or oscillation
No aggressive, corrosive substances (contaminated air, ozone, gases, solvents, acids,
alkalis, salts, radioactivity etc.) in the immediate vicinity
No direct exposure to sunlight or UV light
Relative humidity less than 60%
Temperature must not fluctuate beyond the range of –5 C to +50 C
Store in dry rooms
Lightly grease bare metal housing surfaces and shafts
Store in the fitting position (see Section 6.1) and secure gear units against falling
For short-term storage before commissioning, please observe the following:
3.1 Storing the gear unit
3.
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If venting of the gear unit is provided, the vent or the pressure vent must be activated before
commissioning. To activate, remove the transport securing devices (sealing cord). Position of the
Oil expansion tanks (Option OT) must be fitted in accordance with works standard WN 0-521 30.
Oil expansion tanks (Option OA) must be fitted in accordance with works standard WN 0-530 04.
Ensure that no aggressive or corrosive substances are present in the area surrounding the
installation site or are subsequently expected during operation, which attack metal, lubricants or
elastomers. In case of doubt, please contact Getriebebau NORD and take the recommended
action.
With gear units with an integrated back stop, switching the drive motor to the blocked rotation
direction, i.e. incorrect rotation direction, can lead to gear damage.
Attention!
Gears with integrated return stops are marked with arrows on the driven/driving sides. The
arrows point in the rotation direction of the gear unit. It must be ensured, when connecting the
motor and during motor control, that the gear unit can only operate in the rotation direction, e.g.
by means of a rotary field test. (For further details, please refer to Catalogue G1000 and
WN 0-000 40)
In applications where an incorrect rotational direction may result in damage or potential risk, the
correct rotational direction of the drive shaft is to be established by test running the drive when
uncoupled and guaranteeing such for subsequent operation.
Thoroughly remove all oil, grease or corrosion protection agents and any dirt from the shafts and
flange surfaces before assembly.
All bare metal surfaces and shafts of the gear unit are protected against corrosion with oil,
grease or corrosion protection agents before shipping.
The drive unit must be inspected and may only be installed if no transportation damage or leaks
are visible. In particular the radial seals and the sealing caps must be inspected for damage.
3.4 Preparing for installation
Use adequately dimensioned and suitable means of transportation. Lifting tackle must be
designed for the weight of the gear unit. The weight of the gear unit can be obtained from the
dispatch documents.
Avoid damage to the gear unit. Impacts to the free ends of the shafts may cause internal
damage to the gear unit.
Attention!
To prevent injury, the danger area must be generously cordoned off. Standing under the
gear unit during transport is extremely dangerous.
Danger!
3.3 Transporting the gear unit
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All gear unit feet and/or all flange bolts on each side must be used. Bolts must have a minimum
quality of 8.8. The bolts must be tightened to the correct torques (refer to Section 6.2 for torque
values). Tension-free bolting must be ensured, particularly for gear units with a foot and flange.
The gear unit must be installed in the correct configuration (see Section 6.1) (UNIVERSAL
gear unit types SI and SMI are independent of the configuration). Changes to the installation
position after delivery require adjustment of the quantity of oil, and often other measures such as
e.g. the installation of encapsulated roller bearings. Damage may result if the stated
installation position is not observed.
Welding of the gear unit is prohibited. The gear unit must not be used as the earth connection for
welding work, as this may cause damage to the bearings and gear wheels.
The gear unit must be precisely aligned with the drive shaft of the machine in order to prevent
additional forces from being imposed on the gear unit due to tension.
The base and/or flange to which the gear unit is fitted should be vibration-free, torsionally strong
and flat. The smoothness of the mating surface on the base or flange must be according to
tolerance clad K of DIN ISO 2768-2. All contamination to the bolting surfaces of gear unit and
base and/or flange must be thoroughly removed.
The eyebolts screwed into the gear units must be used during installation. The safety notes in
Section 1.4 must be observed.
3.5 Installing the gear unit
Figure 3-2: Removing vent plug and fitting the pressure vent
Special pressure vents are supplied as loose parts. Before commissioning, the vent plug must
be replace with the pressure vent which is supplied as a loose part. This is achieved by screwing
out the vent fitting and replacing it with the pressure vent and seal (refer to Section 6.2 for torque
values). Double gear units consist of two single units and are equipped with 2 oil chambers and
2 pressure vents.
Figure 3-1: Activating the vent plug
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Driven elements may only subject the drive units to the maximum radial force FR and axial
force FA as specified in the catalogue. Observe the correct tension, particularly on belts and
chains. Additional loads due to unbalanced hubs are not permitted. The radial force must be
applied to the gear unit as closely as possible.
Drive and driven elements, such as belt drives, chain drives and couplings must be fitted
with contact protection.
Danger!
Figure 3-3: Example of a simple pulling device
Use the end thread of the shafts for pulling. Fitting can be aided by coating the hub with lubricant
or heating it up to approx. 100oC beforehand.
Drive and driven elements, e.g. coupling and chain-wheel hubs must be mounted onto the drive
and driven shaft of the gear unit using suitable pullers that will not apply damaging axial forces
onto the gear unit. In particular, do not hit the hubs with a hammer.
Do not subject the gear unit to harmful axial forces when fitting the hubs.
Attention!
3.6 Fitting hubs on the gear shafts
With geared motors, the cooling air of the motor fan must be able to flow unobstructed
onto the gear unit.
The surfaces of gear units or geared motors may become hot during or shortly after
operation. Attention: danger of burns!! Protection against accidental contact may need to
be installed.
To ensure that the gearbox does not get too warm and to avoid injury to persons,
observe the following during installation:
Danger!
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Figure 3-5: Removing the factory-fitted closing cap
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For shaft mounted gear units with option H66 and fastening element (Option B) the pressed-in
closing cap must be pushed out before fitting the gear unit. The pressed-in closing cap may be
destroyed during dismantling. As standard a second closing cap is supplied as a loose spare part.
After fitting the gear unit, fit the new / new condition closing cap as described in Section 3.11.
The gear unit can be fitted to shafts with and without a shoulder using the fastening element
(Option B). Tighten the bolt of the fastening element to the correct torque. (See Chapter 6.2 for
torque values) For gear units with option H66, the factory-fitted closing cap must be removed
before assembly.
Note!
Figure 3-4: Applying lubricant to the shaft and the hub
Assembly and subsequent dismantling is aided by applying an anti-corrosive lubricant to the
shaft before fitting (e.g. Nord Anti-Corrosion Art.No. 089 00099). Excess grease or anti-corrosion
agent may escape after assembly and may drip off. Clean these points on the output shaft after
a running-in time of approx. 24 hours. This escape of grease is not due to a leak in the gear unit.
The push-on gear unit must be fitted onto the shaft using a suitable puller, which will not exert
damaging axial forces on the gear unit. In particular, do not hit the gear unit with a hammer.
The bearings, gear wheels, shafts and housing may be damaged by incorrect fitting.
Attention!
3.7 Fitting push-on gear units
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To fit the rubber buffer, tighten the screw fastening until there is no play between the contact
surfaces when there is no load. Then turn the fastening nut (only applies for screw fastenings
with adjusting threads) half a turn in order to pre-tension the rubber buffer. Greater pre-tension is
not permissible. Secure the screw fastening from coming loose, e.g. with Loctite 242 or a second
nut.
Figure 3-9: Mounting the rubber buffer (Option G and/or VG) on parallel shaft gear units
When mounting push-on gears with torque supports, the support must not be distorted. Tensionfree mounting is aided by the rubber buffer (Option G and/or VG).
Figure 3-8: Dismantling using dismantling device
A gear unit can be dismantled from a shaft with shoulder using the following device, for example.
Figure 3-7: Gear unit mounted to shaft without a shoulder using the fastening element
Figure 3-6: Gear unit mounted to shaft with a shoulder using the fastening element
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2. Loosen but do not remove tightening bolt and tighten gently by hand until there is no play
between the flanges and the inner ring.
Assembly sequence:
1. Remove any transport securing devices.
Do not tighten bolts if the solid shaft is not inserted!
Attention!
GREASE FREE!
Shaft and and hollow shaft bore
Solid shaft of machine
Hollow shaft of gear unit
Tensioning flanges
Figure 3-11: Hollow shaft with shrink disc
The shrink discs are suplied by the
manufacturer ready for fitting. They must not
be dismantled prior to fitting.
Tensioning screws DIN 931 (933) -10.9
Shrink disc type, Mat. No.
and torque details for tensioning screws
3.8 Fitting shrink discs
Tighten the bolts on the torque support to the correct torque (see Section 6.2 for torque values)
and secure to prevent loosening (e.g. Loctite 242, Loxeal 54-03).
Figure 3-10: Attaching the torque support on bevel gear and worm gear units
Always support torque support on both sides!
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All fixing screws must be used and tightened to the correct torque. (See Section 6.2 for torque
values) For covers with option H66, press in the new / new condition closing cap by tapping it
lightly with a hammer.
Shrink discs and exposed rotating shaft ends require contact guards in order to prevent
injuries. A cover (Option H and Option H66) can be used as a guard. If this does not achieve
sufficient protection against contact according to the required protection type, the machinery
and plant constructor must ensure this be means of special attached components.
Danger!
3.9 Fitting the covers
3. Remove the gear unit from the solid shaft of the machine.
2. Loosen the clamping flanges from the cone of the inner ring.
1. Loosen the bolts successively in a clockwise direction by several turns with approx. ¼
rotation per turn. Do not remove the bolts from their thread.
Dismantling sequence:
Risk of injury from incorrect mounting and dismantling of the shrink disc.
Danger!
10. When the tensioning bolts have been tightened, there must be an even gap between the
clamping flanges. If this is not the case, the gear unit must be dismantled and the shrink disc
connection checked for correct fit.
9. Tighten the bolts successively in a clockwise direction by several turns – not crosswise –
with approx. ¼ rotation per turn. Tighten the bolts with a torque wrench to the torque
indicated on the shrink disc.
8. Position the clamping flange by gently tightening the bolts.
7. Insert the solid shaft of the machine into the hollow shaft so as to completely fill the area
around the shrink connection.
6. In the area of the shrink connection the solid shaft of the machine must be degreased and
completely free of grease.
5. The hollow shaft of the gear unit must be completely de-greased and c o m p l e t e l y
free of grease.
4. Prior to mounting, grease the solid shaft only in the area which will later come into contact
with the bronze bush in the hollow shaft of the gear unit. Do not grease the bronze bush, in
order to prevent grease penetrating the area around the shrink connection.
3. Slide the shrink disc onto the hollow shaft until the outer clamping flange is flush with the
hollow shaft. The shrink disc is easier to slide on if the bore of the inner ring is lightly
greased.
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90
100
112
132
160
180
200
225
250
50
60
80
100
200
250
350
500
280
315
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7. Tighten the IEC /NEMA adapter bolts to the correct torque. (See Chapter 6.2 for torque
values)
6. Mount the motor to the IEC /NEMA adapter, do not forget to fit the gear rim or the sleeve. (See
Figure 3-13)
5. Sealing of the flange surfaces of the motor and the IEC /NEMA adapter is recommended if
the motor is installed outdoors or in a humid environment. The flange surfaces of motor and
adapter must be completely coated with surface sealant Loctite 574 or Loxeal 58-14 prior to
mounting so that the flange seals after mounting.
4. If the coupling half contains a threaded pin, the coupling must be secured axially on the
shaft. The threaded pin must be coated prior to use with a securing lubricant e.g. Loctite
242, Loxeal 54-03 and tightened to the correct torque. (See Chapter 6.2 for torque values)
3. Tighten the coupling sleeve on the motor shaft in accordance with the motor manufacturer’s
instructions until it touches the collar. With motor sizes 90, 160, 180 and 225, any spacer
bushes must be positioned between the coupling sleeve and the collar. With standard helical
gear units, dimension B between the coupling sleeve and the collar must be observed (see
Figure 3-13). Certain NEMA adapters require the adjustment of the coupling in accordance
with the specifications indicated on the adhesive plate.
2. Push the coupling sleeve onto the motor shaft so that the motor parallel key engages into
the groove in the sleeve on tightening.
1. Clean motor shaft and flange surfaces of motor and IEC /NEMA adapter and check for
damage. Mounting dimensions and tolerances of the motor must conform to DIN EN
50347/NEMA MG1 Part 4.
Assembly procedure to attach a standard motor to the IEC adapter (Option IEC)/NEMA adapter
40
30
25
80
Max. motor weight [kg]
71
56C 143T 145T 182T 184T 210T 250T 280T 324T 326T 365T
NEMA Motor size
63
Maximum permitted motor weights
The maximum permitted motor weights indicated in the table below must not be exceeded when
attaching the motor to an IEC- / NEMA adapter
Fitting a standard motor
IEC motor size
3.10
Figure 3-12: Fitting the covers, Option SH, Option H, and Option H66
3. Assembly instructions, storage,
preparation, installation
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3.11
B = 4.5mm
IEC size 63
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For retrospective painting of the gear unit, the radial seals, rubber elements, pressure venting
valves, hoses, type plates, adhesive labels and motor coupling components must not come
into contact with paints, lacquers or solvents, as otherwise components may be damaged or
made illegible.
B = 11.5 mm
IEC size 71
SK0, SK01, SK20, SK25, SK30, SK33 (2-stage)
SK010, SK200, SK250, SK300, SK330 (3-stage)
Claw coupling, two-part with spacer bush
Dimension B (Fig. 3-13V)
Standard helical gear unit:
Gear coupling, one-part
Gear coupling, two-part
Gear coupling, two-part with spacer bush
Claw coupling, two-part
Claw coupling, two-part, observe dimension B:
Retrospective paintwork
VI
I
II
III
IV
V
Figure 3-13: Fitting the coupling onto the motor shaft - various types of coupling
3. Assembly instructions, storage,
preparation, installation
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Figure 3-14: Cooling cover
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The pressure released from the cooling circuit before carrying out any work on the gear
unit.
Danger!
1
Cutting ring screw threads (see Item 1, Figs. 3-14) are located at the casing cover for the
connection of a pipe with an external diameter of 10 mm according to DIN 2353. Remove the
drain plug from the screw neck prior to assembly to avoid any contamination of the
cooling system. The screw necks should be connected with the coolant circuit, which must be
provided by the operator. The flow direction of the coolant is irrelevant.
Make sure not to twist the screw necks during or after assembly as the cooling coil may be
damaged (see Item 3, Fig. 3-14). You must ensure that no external forces act on the cooling coil.
Fitting the cooling coil to the cooling system
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3. Assembly instructions, storage,
preparation, installation
Commissioning
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Figure 4-1: Activating the automatic lubricant dispenser with standard motor mounting
Month
Activation date
Year
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
06 07 08 09 10
11 12 13 14 15
Dispensing time: 12 Months
Screw in the activation screw until the lug breaks off
before commissioning the gear unit.
Attention!
5. Mark activation date on the adhesive plate (6) indicating month/year
4. Refit cartridge case cover (2) and fasten using cylinder bolt (1). (See Chapter 6.2 for
torque values)
3. Insert activation screw (3) into the lubricant dispenser (5) until the lug (4) breaks off at
the defined fracture point
2. Lift off cartridge case cover (2)
1. Loosen and remove cylinder bolts M8x16 (1)
Activating the Automatic Lubricant Dispenser:
Some gear unit types with standard motor (Option IEC/NEMA) have an automatic lubricant
dispenser for the rolling bearings. This dispenser must be activated prior to commissioning. The
cartridge case cover has a red information sign for the activation of the lubricant dispenser.
4.2 Activating the automatic lubricant dispenser
The oil level must be checked prior to commissioning. See Section 5.2.
4.1 Checking the oil level
4.
4. Commissioning
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Sec. 3.12/4.3
Is the cooling cover connected to the cooling circuit?
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Sec. 4.2
Is the automatic lubricant dispenser activated?
Is the torque support correctly fitted?
Are contact guards fitted to rotating components?
Sec. 3.6
Sec. 3.7
Are the external gear shaft forces within permitted limits (chain tension)?
Sec. 3.4
Sec. 6.1
Checked on:
Information –
see Section
Does the required configuration conform with the actual installation?
Checklist
Is the vent plug activated or the pressure vent screwed in?
Object of the check
4.5 Checklist
There may be a reduction in efficiency before the running-in period is complete.
In order to achieve maximum efficiency of the worm gear unit, the gear unit must be subjected
to a running-in period of approx. 25 h – 48 h under maximum load.
Note!
4.4 Running-in time for the worm gear unit
This version and all important data concerning the air/oil cooler can be obtained from Catalogue
G1000, or contact the manufacturer of the cooling unit.
Air/Oil cooler
The temperature of the cooling water and the cooling water flow rate must be supervised
and ensured by the operator.
The coolant must have a similar thermal capacity as water (specific thermal capacity at 20°C
c=4.18 kJ/kgK). Industrial water without any air bubbles or sediments is recommended as a
coolant. The water hardness must be between 1° dH and 15° dH, and the pH value must be
between pH 7.4 and pH 9.5. No aggressive liquids should be added to the coolant!
The coolant pressure must not exceed 8 bar. The required quantity of coolant is 10
litres/minute, and the coolant inlet temperature should not exceed 40°C; we recommend
10°C.
We also recommend fitting a pressure reducer at the coolant inlet to avoid any damage due to
excessive pressure.
If there is a danger of frost the operator should add a suitable anti-freeze solution to the cooling
water.
The drive may only be commissioned after the cooling spiral has been connected to the
cooling circuit, and the cooling circuit has been put into operation.
Caution!
Water cooling
4.3 Operation with lubricant cooling
4. Commissioning
Service and maintenance
- Change the oil
- Clean or replace the vent plug.
For operating temperatures up to 80°C
Every 10000 operating hours
at least every 2 years
(The interval is double this if the unit is
filled with synthetic products)
For higher temperatures or extreme
operating conditions (high humidity,
aggressive environments and large
temperature fluctuations) the oil change
intervals must be halved.
Every 25000 operating hours,
at least every 5 years
5.2
5.2
5.2
5.2
5.2
5.2
5.2
5.2
5.2
5.2
Information –
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Shaft sealing rings are rubbing seals and have sealing lips made from an elastomer
material. These sealing lips are lubricated with a special grease at the factory. This
reduces the wear due to their function and ensures a long service life. An oil film in the
region of the rubbing sealing lip is therefore normal and is not due to leakage.
Note!
Visual inspection
The gear unit must be checked for leaks. In addition, the gear unit must be inspected for external
damage and cracks in the hoses, hose connections and rubber buffers. Have the gear unit
repaired in case of leaks, e.g. dripping gear oil or cooling water, damage or cracks. Please contact
the NORD service department.
Installation and maintenance work must only be performed when gear units are at a
standstill. The drive must be isolated and secured to prevent accidental start-up.
Servicing and maintenance work must only be performed by qualified specialist
personnel.
5.2 Service and maintenance work
At least every 10 years
- Visual inspection
- Check for running noises
- Check oil level
- Re-grease
(applicable only to free drive shaft / Option W
and on agitator bearings / Option VL2 / VL3)
- Replace automatic lubricator (for operating
times < 8 h/day: a replacement interval for the
lubricant dispenser of 1 year is permissible)
(only with IEC/NEMA standard motors)
At least every six months
- Replace shaft sealing rings if worn
- Re-lubrication of the bearings in the gear unit
- General overhaul
Service and Maintenance Work
Service and Maintenance Intervals
5.1 Service and maintenance intervals
5.
5. Service and Maintenance
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Figure 5-2: Check the oil level with a dipstick
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5. The oil level screw or the cap screw with dipstick and all other loosened screws must be
correctly re-tightened.
4. Gear units with an oil level vessel: The oil level must be checked in the oil level vessel with
the aid of the dipstick plug (thread G1 1/4). The oil level must be between the upper and
lower mark when the dipstick is completely screwed in (see Fig. 5-2). The oil level must be
corrected with the correct type of oil if necessary. These gearboxes may only be operated in
the configuration stated in Section 6.1.
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If the screw lock coating of the oil drain screw or oil level screw is damaged in the
thread, a new oil level screw must be used or the thread cleaned and coated with
securing lubricant, e.g. Loctite 242, Loxeal 54-03 prior to inserting. Check the sealing
ring for damage. Replace with a new sealing ring in case of damage.
Support the seal ring, insert the oil drain screw into the hole and tighten to the correct
torque! (See Section 6.2 for torque values)
Using a suitable filling device, refill with oil of the same type through the oil level hole
until oil emerges from the oil level hole. (The oil can also be filled through the pressure
vent screw or a sealing plug located higher than the oil level). If an oil level vessel is
used, fill the oil through the upper inlet (thread G1¼) until the oil level is set as described
in Section 5.2.
Wait at least 15 minutes, or at least 30 minutes if an oil level tank is used, and then
check the oil level. Proceed as described in Section 5.2.
4.
5.
6.
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Standard helical gear units have no oil level screw. Here, the oil is topped up through the
pressure vent bolt using the quantities listed in the table in Section 6.5.
The oil does not need to be changed on gear units without oil level screw (see Section 6.1).
These gear units are lubricated for life.
Note!
Drain all the oil from the gear unit.
3.
Warning: Hot oil!
Danger!
Completely remove oil level screw, screwed sealing plug with dipstick if an oil level tank
is being used and oil drain screw.
2.
At the first oil level check a small amount of oil may escape, as the oil level may be below the
lower edge of the oil level hole.
Changing the oil
The figures in Section 6.1 show the oil drain screw, the oil level screw and the pressure vent
screw for various designs.
Sequence:
1.
Place the drip tray below the oil drain screw or the oil drain cock
3. Gear units with oil level screw: The maximum oil level is the lower edge of the oil level hole.
The minimum oil level is 4 mm below the oil level hole. If the oil level is too low, this must be
corrected using the correct type of oil. An oil level glass is available instead of the oil level
screw
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Recommended grease: Petamo GHY 133N (see Section 6.4: Klüber Lubrication).
For Option W and some IEC adapters, the outer roller bearing must be regreased with approx.
20-25g of grease via the grease nipple provided
For agitator versions VL2 and VL3, the vent screw located opposite to the grease nipple must be
unscrewed before regreasing. Grease should be injected until a quantity of 20-25g escapes from
the vent hole. After this, the vent plug must be reinserted and tightened.
Some gear unit designs (free drive shaft, Option W, agitator designs VL2 and VL3) are equipped
with a regreasing device.
Replacing the automatic lubricant dispenser
Screw-off the cartridge case cover (2), (see Fig. 4-1). The lubrication dispenser (5) is screwed
out and replaced with a new component (Part No. 283 0100). Then activate (see Chapter 4.2)!
Regreasing
5. Service and Maintenance
Note!
2. The oil level screw corresponding to the version must be screwed out. (See Section 6.1)
1. The oil level may only be checked when the gear unit is at a standstill and has cooled
down. The gear unit must be secured to prevent accidental switch-on.
Checking the oil level:
Gear unit types that are not supplied full of oil must be filled before the oil level is checked. (see
“Changing the oil”)
The oil level does not need to be checked on gear units without oil level screw (see Section 6.1).
Check the oil level
Section 6.1 describes the versions and the corresponding oil level screws. With double gear
units, the oil level must be checked on both units. The pressure vent must be at the position
marked in Section 6.1.
Check for running noises
If the gear unit produces unusual running noises and/or vibrations, this could indicate damage to
the gear unit In this case the gear should be shut down and a general overhaul carried out.
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The general overhaul must be carried out by qualified personnel in a specialist workshop with
appropriate equipment in observance of national regulations and laws. We recommend that the
general overhaul is carried out by the NORD service department.
Replace plastic and elastomer components of the motor coupling
Replace all seals, radial seals and Nilos rings
Replace back stops if fitted
All roller bearings must be replaced
All damaged components must be replaced
Examine all gear unit components for damage
Clean all gear unit components
General overhaul
The gear units must be completely dismantled The following work must be carried out:
For bearings which are not oil-lubricated and whose holes are completely above the oil level,
replace the roller bearing grease (recommended grease: PETAMO GHY 133N). Please contact
the NORD service department.
Re-lubricating bearings
Shaft sealing rings are rubbing seals made from an elastomer material and according to their
principle are subject to natural wear. The wearing life of shaft sealing rings depends on many
factors and cannot be calculated in advance. Once the shaft sealing ring has reached the end of
its service life, the oil film in the region of the sealing lip increases and a measurable leakage
with dripping oil occurs. The shaft sealing ring must then be replaced. To reduce the risk of
leaks due to worn shaft sealing rings we recommend that as a precaution, the shaft sealing rings
are replaced after every 25,000 operating hours or every 5 years. The space between the
sealing lip and the protective lip must be filled approximately 50% with grease on fitting
(recommended grease: PETAMO GHY 133N). Take care that after fitting, the new shaft sealing
ring does not run in the old wear track.
Replacing the shaft sealing ring
Unscrew the vent screw and thoroughly clean it (e.g. with compressed air) and fit the vent screw
in the same place, If necessary, use a new vent screw with a new sealing ring.
Cleaning or replacing the vent plug
5. Service and Maintenance
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Note!
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Types SI, SMI, S, SM and SU as 2-stage gear unit types and types SI, SMI as worm gear units
for direct motor mounting have an oil filler which depends on the version and must be installed in
the stated position.
As an option, types SI and SMI can be equipped with a vent screw. Gear units with vents must
be installed in the stated position (see section 6.5)
NORD UNIVERSAL / MiniBloc worm gear units are suitable for all installation positions. They
have an oil filler which is independent of the the version.
UNIVERSAL / MiniBloc worm gear units
SK 320, SK 172, SK 272, SK 372K, SK 273 and SK373 as well as SK 01282 NB, SK 0282
NB, SK 1382 NB and UNIVERSAL / Minibloc gear units are lubricated for life. These gear
units do not have an oil filler screw.
Oil drain
Oil level
Vent
Explanation of symbols for the following version illustrations:
6.1 Versions and maintenance
6.
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Figure 6-1: Oil level check with oil level tank
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The following applies for SK 9282, SK 9382, SK 10282, SK 10382, SK 11282, SK 11382 parallel
gear units and SK 12382 in the M4 configuration with oil level vessels:
Parallel shaft gear units with oil level vessel
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M4
V5+V1
M3
B8+B5I
M6
B7+B5III
M4
V5+V1
M6
B7+B5III
SK 03
SK 13
SK 23
SK 33N
SK 43
SK 53
M3
B8+B5I
SK 11E
SK 21E
SK 31E
SK 41E
SK 51E
M1
B3+B5
M4
V5+V1
*
M3
B8+B5I
M6
B7+B5III
M3
B8+B5I
M4
V5+V1
M6
B7+B5III
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M5
B6+B5II
M2
V6+V3
M1
B3+B5
M5
B6+B5II
M2
V6+V3
SK 62
SK 72
SK 82
SK 92
SK 102
SK 63*
SK 73*
SK 83*
SK 93*
SK 103*
SK 02
SK 12
SK 22
SK 32
SK 42
SK 52
SK 62N
M1
B3+B5
M5
B6+B5II
*
M2
V6+V3
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B3+B5
M5
B6+B5II
M2
V6+V3
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M6
M4
V1+V5
M6
B7+B5III
*
SK 372.1F
SK 572.1F
SK 672.1F
SK 373.1F
SK 573.1F
SK 673.1F
M3
B8+B5I
SK 472
SK 572
SK 672
SK 772
SK 872
SK 972
SK 473
SK 573
SK 673
SK 773
SK 873*
SK 973*
M1
M1
B3+B5
M5
M2
M4
M4
M6
*
M6
B1000-0713
M5
B6+B5II
M2
V3+V6
M3
*
M3
SK 772.1
SK 872.1
SK 972.1
SK 773.1*
SK 873.1*
SK 973.1*
M1
SK 372.1
SK 572.1
SK 672.1
SK 373.1
SK 573.1
SK 673.1
*
M1
M2
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*
M5
M2
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M6
M3
SK 072.1
SK 172.1
M1
M4
M6
*
M3
*
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M4
M6
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M4
M5
M2
SK 772.1F
SK 872.1F
SK 972.1F
SK 773.1F*
SK 873.1F*
SK 973.1F*
M1
*
M3
SK 072.1 F
SK 172.1 F
M1
M5
*
M2
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M2
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M4
V1+V5
M6
B7+B5III
M4
V1+V5
M6
B7+B5III
M3
B8+B5I
M3
B8+B5I
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SK 010
SK 200
SK 250
SK 300
SK 330
SK 0
SK 01
SK 20
SK 25
SK 30
SK 33
M1
B3+B5
M1
B3+B5
M5
B6+B5II
M2
V6+V3
M5
B6+B5II
M2
V6+V3
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H5
M6
H3
M3
H2
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SK 0182NB
SK 0282NB
SK 1382NB*
SK 1282
SK 2282
SK 3282
SK 4282
SK 5282
M4
H5
M6
H3
M1
H1
M3
H2
SK 6282*
SK 7282*
SK 8282*
SK 9282*
SK 10282*
SK 11282*
SK 6382
SK 7382
SK 8382
SK 9382
SK 10382
SK 11382
SK 12382
M1
H1
M4
H5
M6
H3
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M5
H4
M2
H6
*
M5
H4
M2
H6
M3
H2
SK 2382
SK 3382
SK 4382
SK 5382
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H6
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V6
M3
B8
M3
B8
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B3I
M4
B3I
M6
V6
SK 9012.1
SK 9016.1
SK 9022.1
SK 9032.1
SK 9042.1
SK 9052.1
SK 9062.1
SK 9072.1
SK 9082.1
SK 9086.1
SK 9092.1
SK 9096.1
SK 92172
SK 92372
SK 92672
SK 92772
M1
B3
M1
B3
M5
V5
M4
B3I
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M5
V5
M2
B6
M2
B6
M4
B3I
M6
V6
M6
V6
M3
B8
M1
B3
M3
B8
SK 9013.1
SK 9017.1
SK 9023.1
SK 9033.1
SK 9043.1
SK 9053.1
SK 92072
M1
B3
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V5
M2
B6
M5
V5
M2
B6
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M6
M3
M3
H2+B5III
M4
H3+B5II
M6
H6+V3
SK 92072.1
SK 92172.1
SK 92372.1
SK 92672.1
SK 92772.1
SK 92172
SK 92372
SK 92672
SK 92772
M1
M5
M2
M4
M6
M3
M6
H6+V3
M4
H3+B5II
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M5
H5+V1
M2
H4+B5
M1
H1+B5I
SK 93072.1
SK 93172.1
SK 93372.1
SK 93672.1
SK 93772.1
M3
H2+B5III
M1
SK 92072
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M2
M5
H5+V1
M2
H4+B5
M1
H1+B5I
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B8
M3
H2+B5III
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B3I
M6
V6
M4
H3+B5II
M6
H6+V3
SK 02050
SK 12063
SK 12080
SK 32100
SK 42125
SK 9012.1
SK 9016.1
SK 9022.1
SK 9032.1
SK 9042.1
SK 9052.1
SK 9062.1
SK 9072.1
SK 9082.1
SK 9086.1
SK 9092.1
SK 9096.1
M1
B3
M1
H1+B5I
M5
V5
M4
B3I
M6
V6
M3
B8
M3
H2+B5III
M6
H6+V3
M4
H3+B5II
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M2
B6
M5
H5+V1
M2
H4+B5
SK 13050
SK 13063
SK 13080
SK 33100
SK 43125
SK 9013.1
SK 9017.1
SK 9023.1
SK 9033.1
SK 9043.1
SK 9053.1
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B3
M2
H4+B5
M5
H5+V1
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V5
M2
B6
M1
H1+B5I
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M4
B3I
M6
V6
M3
B8
M3
H2+B5III
M4
H3+B5II
M6
H6+V3
SK 02040
SK 02050
SK 12063
SK 12080
SK 32100
SK 42125
M1
B3
M1
H1+B5I
M4
H3+B5II
M6
H6+V3
M4
H3+B5II
M6
H6+V3
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M5
V5
M2
B6
M5
H5+V1
M2
H4+B5
M3
H2+B5III
M3
H2+B5III
SK 02040
SK 13050
SK 13063
SK 13080
SK 33100
SK 43125
M2
H4+B5
M5
H5+V1
M5
H5+V1
M2
H4+B5
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H1+B5I
M1
H1+B5I
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M6
M4
SK 1S32 – SK 1S63
SK 1SU32 – SK 1SU63
SK 1SM31 – SK 1SM63
SK 1SI31 – SK 1SI75
SK 1SIS31 – SK 1SIS75
SK 1SMI31 – SK 1SMI75
SK 1SID31 – SK 1SID75
SK 1SIS-D31 – SK 1SIS-D63
SK 1SMID31 – SK 1SMID75
SK 2S32NB – SK 2S63NB
SK 2SU32NB- SK 2SU63NB
SK 2SM40 – SK 2SM63
SK 2SIS-D40 – SK 2SIS-D63
SK 2SID40 – SK 2SID63
SK 2SMID40 – SK 2SMID63
M3
B1000-0713
26
M1
M2
M5
-37-
53
M10
-
G1¼
-38-
9
5
6
770
390
155
91
46
19
11
-
7540
4710
2650
1300
12.9
-
-
-
Consult NORD Service
Fracture in gear unit or
defective motor coupling or
shrink disc slippage
Attention!
Replace elastomer gear rim,
tighten motor and gear unit
fastening bolts, replace rubber
element
Defective motor coupling or
loose gear unit mounting or
defective rubber element
Consult NORD Service
Oil change
Use oil expansion tank (Option
OA)
Consult NORD Service
460
230
92
53
27
11
6.4
Screw
connections on
protective
covers
Consult NORD Service
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
40
17
10
-
2
-
Threaded
pin on
coupling
Remedy
20
-
-
170
80
-
-
27
11
11
Sealing
screws
Incorrect oil level or incorrect,
contaminated oil or unfavourable
operating conditions
Unfavourable installation
conditions or gear unit damage
Defective seal
Gear unit malfunctions
Possible cause
Oil too low or
bearing damage or
toothed wheel damage
-
6290
3910
2250
1150
660
335
135
78
39
16
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Drive shaft does not rotate
although motor is running
Shock when switched on,
vibrations
Gear unit becomes too hot
Oil escaping from
pressure vent
Oil escaping from gear unit or
motor
Unusual running noises,
vibrations
Fault
6.3 Troubleshooting
4470
M42
1600
M30
2780
M24
M36
460
790
M20
92
27
M8
230
11
M6
M16
6.4
M12
3.2
M5
8.8
M4
Size
Bolt Torques [Nm]
Screw connections in the strength classes
6.2 Torque values
6. Appendix
8 Appendix
All position numbers are according to drawings and part lists in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits
-30 … 60°C
Mineral oil-based
grease
Biogrease
EP 2
-
-25 … 40°C
-25 … 40°C
Biodegradable
grease
Foodstuffcompatible
grease
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SY 2202
-25 … 80°C
-
Energrease
LS-EP 2
Energrease
LS 2
Synthetic grease
-50 … 40°C
Ambient
temperature
Lubricant type
Klüberplex
BEM 41-132
RENOLIT
G 7 FG 1
Klübersynth
UH1 14-151
Klüberbio
M 72-82
RENOLIT
LST 2
PLANTOGEL 2
S
PETAMO
GHY 133 N
-
-
RENOLIT
HLT 2
RENOLIT
JP 1619
RENOLIT
LZR 2 H
RENOLIT
GP 2
B1000-GB-0713
Obeen UF 2
-
Tribol 4747
Optitemp LG 2
Longtime PD 2
Mobilgrease
FM 222
Mobil SHC
Grease 102
EAL
Mobiltemp
SHC 32
-
Mobilux EP 2
Cassida RLS2
Naturelle
Grease EP2
Cassida
EPS2
-
Gadus S2
V100 2
-39-
This table shows comparable roller bearing greases from various manufacturers. The
manufacturer can be changed for a given grease type. Getriebebau NORD must be contacted in
case of change of grease type or ambient temperature range, as otherwise no warranty for the
functionality of our gear units can be accepted.
Roller bearing greases
With the exception of type SK 11282, SK 11382, SK 12382 and SK 9096.1 gear units, all gear
units are filled with lubricant ready for operation in the required installation position when
delivered. This initial filling corresponds to a lubricant from the column for the ambient
temperatures (normal version) in the lubricant table.
6.4 Lubricants
6. Appendix
-40-
Gear unit liquid
grease
Food grade oil
Bio-degradable
oil
Synthetic oil
(hydrocarbon)
Synthetic oil
(Polyglycol)
Mineral oil
Lubricant type
ISO VG 220
-25…40°C
ISO VG 680
-5…40°C
ISO VG 220
-25…40°C
CLP PG H1
220
CLP HC H1
680
CLP HC H1
220
-25 … 60°C
ISO VG 680
-5…40°C
ISO VG 220
-5…40°C
CLP E 220
CLP PG H1
680
ISO VG 680
-5…40°C
ISO VG 220
-40…80°C
ISO VG 460
-30…80°C
ISO VG 220
-25…80°C
ISO VG 680
-20...40°C
ISO VG 100
-15…25°C
ISO VG 220
-10…40°C
ISO VG 680
0...40°C
DIN (ISO) /
Ambient
temperature
CLP E 680
CLP HC 220
CLP HC 460
CLP PG 220
CLP PG 680
CLP 100
CLP 220
CLP 680
Details on
type plate
Alpha EP 100
Alpha SP 100
Optigear BM
100
Tribol 1100/100
Energol
GR-XP 100
Tribol BioTop
1418/220
Tribol
FoodProof
1800/680
Tribol
FoodProof
1800/220
Optileb GT 680
Optileb GT 220
Longtime PD 00
Tribol
3020/1000-00
-
-
Energrease
LS-EP 00
-
-
Klübersynth
UH1 6-680
Mobil
Chassis
Grease LBZ
Mobil
Glygoyle
Grease 00
MICROLUBE
GB 00
RENOLIT
DURAPLEX
EP 00
RENOLIT LST
00
Klübersynth
GE 46-1200
Mobil
SHC Cibus
220
-
Klüberoil
4 UH1-220 N
Klüberoil
4 UH1-680 N
Mobil
Glygoyle 220
Mobil
Glygoyle 680
-
-
Mobil
SHC 630
Mobil
SHC 634
Mobil
Glygoyle 220
Mobil
Glygoyle 680
Mobilgear
600 XP 100
Mobilgear
600 XP 220
Mobilgear
600 XP 680
GERALYN SF
220
GERALYN SF
680
Klübersynth
UH1 6-220
-
-
Klübersynth
GEM 2-220
-
Klübersynth
GEM 4-220 N
PLANTOGEAR
220 S
PLANTOGEAR
680 S
RENOLIN
Unisyn
CLP 220
Klübersynth
GEM 4-460 N
Klübersynth
GH 6-220
RENOLIN PG
220
RENOLIN
Unisyn
CLP 460
Klübersynth
GH 6-680
Klüberoil
GEM 1-100 N
Klüberoil
GEM 1-220 N
Klüberoil
GEM 1-680 N
RENOLIN PG
680
RENOLIN CLP
100
RENOLIN CLP
100 Plus
RENOLIN CLP
220
RENOLIN CLP
220 Plus
RENOLIN CLP
680
RENOLIN CLP
680 Plus
B1000-GB-0713
-
-
-
Alphasyn EP
460
Tribol 1510/460
Optigear
Synthetic X 460
Alphasyn EP
220
Tribol 1510/220
Optigear
Synthetic X 220
-
Enersyn
SG-XP 220
Alphasyn GS
680
Tribol 800/680
Alphasyn GS
220
Alphasyn PG
220
Tribol 800/220
Alpha EP 220
Alpha SP 220
Optigear BM
220
Tribol 1100/220
Energol
GR-XP 220
-
Alpha EP 680
Alpha SP 680
Optigear BM
680
Tribol 1100/680
Energol
GR-XP 680
-
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Alvania
EP(LF)2
Cassida
Fluid WG
680
Cassida
Fluid WG
220
Cassida
Fluid GL
680
Cassida
Fluid GL
220
Naturelle
Gear
Fluid EP
220
-
Omala S4
GX 220
Omala S4
GX 460
Omala S4
WE 220
Omala S4
WE 680
Omala S2
G 100
Omala S2
G 220
Omala S2
G 680
Lubricant table
This table shows comparable lubricants from various manufacturers. The manufacturer can be
changed within a particular viscosity or lubricant type. Getriebebau NORD must be contacted in
case of change of viscosity or lubricant type, as otherwise no warranty for the functionality of our
gearboxes can be accepted.
6. Appendix
8 Appendix
All position numbers are according to drawings and part lists in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits
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* Type SK11282, SK11382, SK12382 and SK 9096.1 gear units are normally supplied without oil.
The filling quantities stated in the following tables are for guidance only. The precise quantities
vary depending on the exact gear ratio. When filling, always observe the oil level screw hole
as an indicator of the precise quantity of oil.
If at the express request of the customer, an oil inspection glass is installed at an additional
charge, we recommend that the customer corrects the oil level after an operating period of
approx. 2 hours, so that when the gear unit is at a standstill and has cooled down, the oil level
is visible in the inspection glass. Only then, is it possible to check the oil level by means of the
inspection glass.
After changing the lubricant, and in particular after the initial filling, the oil level may change
during the first few hours of operation, as the oil galleries and hollow spaces only fill gradually
during operation. The oil level is still within the permissible tolerance.
Note!
6.5 Lubricant quantities
6. Appendix
-42-
M2
V6
0,50
1,20
2,70
2,60
4,40
M1
B3
0,25
0,60
1,10
1,70
2,20
SK11E
SK21E
SK31E
SK41E
SK51E
4,50
7,00
1,30
2,50
SK42
SK52
23,00
35,00
73,00
79,00
1,00
1,25
2,40
2,90
5,60
8,70
14,50
20,00
31,00
70,00
71,00
14,00
25,00
36,00
0,30
0,60
1,30
1,60
3,00
4,50
13,00
20,50
30,00
53,00
74,00
SK72
SK82
SK92
SK102
SK03
SK13
SK23
SK33N
SK43
SK53
SK63
SK73
SK83
SK93
SK103
[L]
[L]
15,00
6,50
10,00
SK62
[L]
2,50
1,80
0,50
SK22
0,90
0,75
0,25
SK12
SK32
0,60
0,15
SK02
[L]
6.1
6.1
[L]
M3
B8
74,00
59,00
34,00
22,50
14,50
7,70
5,20
3,20
2,30
1,10
0,80
66,00
47,00
27,00
18,00
13,00
6,80
4,50
2,50
1,80
0,85
0,70
4,70
3,30
2,20
1,20
0,55
M4
V5
M5
B6
M6
B7
5,10
3,20
2,00
1,35
0,50
0,40
3,40
2,60
1,70
1,00
0,35
M1
B5
7,00
3,00
1,80
1,30
0,70
0,35
0,25
1,80
1,00
0,80
0,50
0,30
52,00 52,00 26,00
32,00 32,00 15,00
23,00 23,00 10,00
15,00 15,00
5,10
3,20
2,00
1,35
0,50
0,40
3,40
2,60
1,70
1,00
0,35
6,00
3,60
2,30
1,60
0,70
0,60
5,20
3,50
2,50
1,50
0,85
0,50
67,00 67,00 69,00
49,00 49,00 53,00
33,00 33,00 31,00
20,00 20,00 22,00
13,00 13,00 13,50
6,00
3,60
2,30
1,60
0,70
0,60
B1000-0713
97,00
72,00
37,00
27,00
16,00
8,70
6,60
3,70
2,35
1,20
0,90
102,00 71,00 71,00 40,00
76,00
44,00
26,00
16,00
6,80
4,30
2,90
1,80
0,75
0,60
4,00
2,50
2,30
1,00
0,40
M2
V3
78,00
70,00
34,00
22,50
14,00
8,40
5,70
3,40
2,60
1,20
0,80
81,00
73,00
37,00
23,00
15,00
6,80
4,40
2,90
2,00
0,85
0,60
3,50
2,60
1,30
1,40
0,35
78,00
59,00
35,00
23,00
15,50
7,00
5,00
3,50
2,50
1,20
0,90
66,00
47,00
29,00
18,50
14,00
6,20
4,50
3,30
2,00
0,90
0,60
4,10
2,80
1,65
1,10
0,50
M3
B5I
M4
V1
5,60
3,70
2,40
1,55
0,60
0,50
3,80
3,30
2,00
0,90
0,40
52,00 52,00
34,50 34,50
23,00 23,00
16,00 16,00
5,60
3,70
2,40
1,55
0,60
0,50
3,80
3,30
2,00
0,90
0,40
M5 M6
B5II B5III
99,00
74,00
40,00
27,50
18,00
8,90
6,10
4,40
2,80
1,20
1,10
6,70
4,10
2,60
2,80
0,95
0,80
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67,00 67,00
49,00 49,00
34,00 34,00
20,00 20,00
14,00 14,00
6,70
4,10
2,60
2,80
0,95
0,80
104,00 72,00 72,00
78,00
45,00
28,00
18,50
7,40
4,00
3,10
1,80
0,90
0,60
3,00
1,60
1,10
0,70
0,30
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All position numbers are according to drawings and part lists in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits
0,32
0,59
1,05
1,90
2,60
3,65
8,00
12,90
3,65
8,00
12,90
0,16
0,27
0,45
0,75
1,10
1,35
3,20
4,50
2,00
5,00
8,50
SK072.1
SK172.1
SK372.1
SK572.1
SK672.1
SK772.1
SK872.1
SK972.1
SK772.1VL
SK872.1VL
SK972.1VL
1,05
1,90
2,60
3,50
7,60
12,20
3,50
7,60
12,20
0,45
0,75
1,10
1,95
4,05
7,40
1,95
4,05
7,40
SK373.1
SK573.1
SK673.1
SK773.1
SK873.1
SK973.1
SK773.1VL
SK873.1VL
SK973.1VL
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M2
M1
6.1
[L]
M2
M1
6.1
[L]
11,10
6,85
3,20
11,10
6,85
3,20
2,15
1,50
0,75
M3
8,10
5,30
2,25
8,10
5,30
2,25
2,15
1,50
0,75
0,42
0,21
M3
11,60
6,55
2,90
11,60
6,55
2,90
2,70
2,00
1,00
M4
12,70
7,00
3,15
12,70
7,00
3,15
2,70
2,00
1,00
0,45
0,23
M4
SK873.1VL F
SK773.1VL F
SK973.1 F
SK873.1 F
SK773.1 F
SK673.1 F
SK573.1 F
SK373.1 F
6.1
[L]
SK972.1VL F
SK872.1VL F
SK772.1VL F
SK972.1 F
SK872.1 F
SK772.1 F
SK672.1 F
SK572.1 F
SK372.1 F
SK172.1 F
SK072.1 F
6.1
[L]
10,90 SK973.1VL F
6,55
2,95
10,90
6,55
2,95
1,65
1,15
0,65
M6
7,80
4,60
2,15
7,80
4,60
2,15
1,65
1,15
0,65
0,39
0,20
M6
B1000-0713
8,00
5,00
2,25
8,00
5,00
2,25
1,55
1,10
0,60
M5
4,60
2,80
1,35
4,60
2,80
1,35
1,55
1,10
0,60
0,32
0,18
M5
7,40
4,05
1,95
7,40
4,05
1,95
1,10
0,75
0,45
M1
8,50
5,00
2,00
4,50
3,20
1,35
1,10
0,75
0,45
0,27
0,16
M1
12,20
7,60
3,50
12,20
7,60
3,50
2,60
1,90
1,05
M2
12,90
8,00
3,65
12,90
8,00
3,65
2,60
1,90
1,05
0,59
0,32
M2
11,10
6,85
3,20
11,10
6,85
3,20
2,15
1,50
0,75
M3
8,10
5,30
2,25
8,10
5,30
2,25
2,15
1,50
0,75
0,42
0,21
M3
11,60
6,55
2,90
11,60
6,55
2,90
2,70
2,00
1,00
M4
12,70
7,00
3,15
12,70
7,00
3,15
2,70
2,00
1,00
0,45
0,23
M4
8,00
5,00
2,25
8,00
5,00
2,25
1,55
1,10
0,60
M5
4,60
2,80
1,35
4,60
2,80
1,35
1,55
1,10
0,60
0,32
0,18
M5
10,90
6,55
2,95
10,90
6,55
2,95
1,65
1,15
0,65
M6
7,80
4,60
2,15
7,80
4,60
2,15
1,65
1,15
0,65
0,39
0,20
M6
-43-
-44-
M2
V6
0,50
1,00
1,00
1,90
1,90
3,40
3,30
9,60
16,00
M1
B3
0,35
0,60
0,60
1,00
1,00
1,40
2,00
3,70
6,50
SK172
SK272
SK372
SK472
SK572
SK672
SK772
SK872
SK972
8,40
15,80
6,20
11,00
SK873
SK973
7,50
3,30
1,40
0,24
1,20 1,50 1,40 1,50
0,24 0,41 0,24 0,41
SK250
SK000
0,13
0,24
1,40
0,38
0,80
1,50
1,40
0,70
1,00
0,50
0,22
5,00
2,30
1,70
1,25
1,25
0,55
0,62
6,50
3,50
1,60
1,15
1,00
1,00
0,60
0,60
0,35
M1
B5
SK000 F
SK250 F
SK010 F
SK200 F
SK330 F
SK300 F
SK30 F
SK33 F
SK25 F
SK01 F
SK0 F
SK20 F
6.1
[L]
13,00 10,30
7,50
3,30
3,00
2,10
2,10
1,10
1,10
14,00
8,00
3,30
3,15
1,80
1,80
1,00
1,00
0,50
M6
B7
B1000-0713
1,50
0,80
0,38
1,50 1,58 1,50 1,58
0,38 0,60 0,38 0,60
1,40
1,40 1,50 1,40 1,50
SK300
0,80 1,30 0,80 1,30
0,70
0,80 1,40 0,70 1,40
SK30
SK200
0,80
0,80 1,60 1,00 1,60
SK33
SK330
0,50
0,50 0,90 0,50 0,90
SK25
SK010
0,13
0,22
0,13 0,22 0,13 0,22
0,22 0,38 0,22 0,38
SK0
SK01
SK20
6.1
9,10
4,60
2,90
13,00 16,00 13,30
7,50
3,70
3,40
2,10
0,55
4,50
2,50
SK773
3,20
2,40
2,10
1,10
1,10
0,55
3,80
1,80
SK673
2,10
2,40
1,10
1,10
0,55 1,00 0,55 1,00
2,50
1,30
SK573
2,10
1,10
1,10
8,50
4,70
2,70
1,45
1,80
1,80
1,00
1,00
0,50
M5
B6
M6
2,50
1,30
SK473
7,30
4,20
3,15
2,00
2,00
1,00
1,00
0,50
M4
V5
15,70 14,70
9,10
3,50
3,10
1,90
1,90
1,00
1,00
0,50
M3
B8
M1 M2 M3 M4 M5
1,10
0,55
SK373
[L]
1,10
0,62
SK273
[L]
6.1
6.1
[L]
7,70
3,30
2,80
1,90
1,90
1,00
1,00
0,50
M4
V1
8,00
4,50
3,20
2,50
2,50
1,10
1,10
8,00
3,90
3,00
2,10
2,10
1,10
1,10
6,50
3,90
3,10
1,25
1,90
1,90
1,00
1,00
0,50
8,00
3,90
3,00
2,10
2,10
1,10
1,10
12,00
7,20
3,10
2,70
1,50
1,50
1,00
1,00
0,50
M5 M6
B5II B5III
0,24 0,41 0,24 0,41
1,40 1,50 1,40 1,50
0,38 0,60 0,38 0,60
0,60 1,04 0,60 1,04
2,00 1,58 1,50 2,80
1,40 1,50 1,40 1,50
0,80 1,40 0,70 1,10
1,00 1,60 1,00 1,60
0,50 0,90 0,50 0,90
0,22 0,38 0,22 0,38
0,13 0,22 0,13 0,22
0,35 0,60 0,35 0,60
0,24
1,40
0,38
0,60
1,50
1,40
0,70
0,80
0,50
0,22
0,13
0,35
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0,24
1,40
0,38
0,60
1,50
1,40
0,70
1,00
0,50
0,22
0,13
0,35
M6
13,00 16,00 14,00 14,00
7,60
3,60
3,00
2,10
2,10
1,10
1,10
13,00 13,50
7,90
3,50
2,70
1,90
1,90
1,00
1,00
0,50
M3
B5I
M1 M2 M3 M4 M5
16,50
8,80
5,00
3,80
2,40
2,40
1,10
1,10
15,00
9,00
3,30
3,40
1,90
1,90
1,00
1,00
0,50
M2
V3
8 Appendix
All position numbers are according to drawings and part lists in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits
71
72
M2
H6
0,55
1,00
1,30
2,40
4,10
6,10
8,80
0,40
0,70
0,90
1,65
3,15
4,70
7,50
SK0182NB A
SK0282NB A
SK1282 A
SK2282 A
SK3282 A
SK4282 A
SK5282 A
80,00
SK9282 A
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90
160
90
165
SK10282 A
SK11282 A
145
195
90
41,00
37,00 33,00 30,00
74,00 70,00 55,00
SK8282 A
40
27,00
25,00 21,00 20,00
[L]
17,50
17,00 14,00 12,00
8,80
5,40
4,10
2,00
1,20
1,10
0,55
M4
H5
SK7282 A
7,50
4,75
3,25
1,90
0,90
0,80
0,60
M3
H2
SK6282 A
[L]
[L]
6.1
6.1
M1
H1
[L]
7,20
4,70
3,15
1,80
0,95
0,90
0,35
M6
H3
82
140
6.1
6.1
[L]
6,80
4,90
2,60
2,30
M2
H6
1,60
9,60
1,15
6,70
4,90
3,30
1,90
1,40
M3
H2
1,10
8,30
4,90
3,30
1,50
2,00
M5
H4
1,10
8,30
4,90
3,30
1,50
1,90
M6
H3
18,00 14,00 12,50
1,70
13,50
8,30
5,60
3,10
2,10
M4
H5
155
160
100
155
160
SK12382 A
85
140
140
73
210
210
100
155
155
80
135
135
80
73,00 70,00 45,00 74,00 65,00 60,00
34,00 32,00 25,00 38,00 35,00 30,00
22,00 20,00 16,00 25,00 23,00 22,00
16,50 13,00
1,45
12,50 12,00
5,90
4,10
2,30
1,30
M1
H1
SK11382 A
SK10382 A
[L]
SK9382 A
SK8382 A
SK7382 A
SK6382 A
[L]
SK1382 A
SK5382 A
SK4382 A
SK3382 A
SK2382 A
[L]
SK1382NB A
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100
60
65,00 59,00
31,00 31,00
16,00 21,00
10,00 14,00
7,20
4,70
3,15
1,80
0,95
0,90
0,35
M5
H4
-45-
-46-
3,50
4,50
1,80
2,30
SK92672
SK92772
3,23
4,63
1,80
2,72
SK9x672.1
SK9x772.1
4,80
8,70
1,70
4,40
SK9032.1
SK9042.1
3,00
6,60
10,20
17,00
2,40
3,30
4,60
10,00
SK9043.1
SK9053.1
20,00
10,70
7,00
3,80
24,20
12,80
7,80
5,30
16,50
6,70
5,10
3,10
B1000-0713
11,50
5,20
4,30
2,20
1,90
12,50
5,70
3,80
2,40
1,20
SK9033.1
1,40
1,90
SK9023.1
3,00
1,40
1,20
2,20
3,00
2,00
1,20
2,20
2,00
1,20
[L]
SK9017.1
36,00
SK9013.1
62,00
21,00
12,00
12,00
40,00
80,00
48,00
47,00
24,00
24,00
80,00
102,00
33,00
18,00
18,00
7,50
3,60
1,90
1,30
0,70
0,70
2,72
1,80
1,00
0,60
0,39
2,75
1,55
1,15
0,50
0,40
M1
B5I
H1
90,00
85,00
72,00
36,00
36,00
15,50
7,50
5,10
2,80
1,70
1,70
3,25
2,45
1,34
0,85
0,62
4,10
2,60
1,20
0,62
0,40
M6
V6
70,00 187,00 194,00 254,00 109,00 152,00
73,00
29,00
SK9086.1
63,00
32,00
32,00
11,00
6,80
4,10
2,00
1,20
1,20
2,93
2,02
1,12
0,65
0,49
4,10
2,60
1,20
0,75
0,40
M5
V5
41,00 157,00 170,00 172,00
52,00
17,00
SK9082.1
21,50
9,80
6,70
4,20
2,40
2,40
5,40
4,20
2,14
1,37
1,02
5,30
3,40
1,60
1,10
0,50
M4
B3I
SK9096.1
27,50
10,00
SK9072.1
19,00
10,00
6,40
3,50
1,90
1,90
3,70
2,71
1,65
0,94
0,79
4,60
3,20
1,45
0,95
0,50
M3
B8
SK9092.1
27,50
10,00
SK9062.1
16,00
2,60
1,30
SK9022.1
6,50
1,60
0,70
SK9016.1
SK9052.1
1,60
0,70
SK9012.1
[L]
1,97
1,17
1,00
0,60
SK9x372.1
SK9x172.1
SK9x072.1
0,93
1,30
0,90
0,39
0,90
0,55
[L]
0,60
0,40
SK92372
M2
B6
SK92172
M1
B3
SK92072
6.1
6.1
[L]
91,00
66,00
33,00
33,00
20,00
11,40
6,40
3,50
1,90
1,90
3,70
2,71
1,65
0,94
0,79
4,50
2,50
1,20
0,87
0,50
M3
B5III
H2
107,00
80,00
38,50
38,50
23,50
11,50
7,30
4,20
2,10
2,20
5,40
4,20
2,14
1,37
1,02
5,85
3,30
1,75
1,05
0,50
M4
B5II
H3
82,00
53,00
38,00
19,00
19,00
11,50
6,50
3,30
2,00
1,20
1,20
2,93
2,02
1,12
0,65
0,49
3,50
2,40
1,15
0,75
0,40
M5
V1
H5
91,00
76,00
52,00
26,00
26,00
18,00
8,20
5,10
2,80
1,70
1,70
3,25
2,45
1,34
0,85
0,62
3,50
2,40
1,15
0,65
0,40
M6
V3
H6
18,00
10,20
5,70
3,00
2,30
2,30
21,50
14,70
6,90
3,80
2,20
2,20
26,50
14,70
8,50
5,30
3,00
3,00
13,00
6,60
3,60
2,20
1,40
1,40
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9,60
5,60
3,10
1,90
1,90
187,00 193,00 257,00 113,00 156,00
130,00 154,00 175,00
78,00
54,00
27,50
27,50
16,50
9,70
5,20
2,60
1,90
1,90
4,63
3,23
1,97
1,17
0,93
4,40
2,80
1,50
0,92
0,60
M2
B5
H4
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All position numbers are according to drawings and part lists in chapter 7 Parts list/Service kits
SK33100 F
SK43125 F
4,40 4,40
1,60
3,20
7,10
0,50
0,95
1,50
3,30 11,20 6,10 11,00 6,80 6,80
SK12063 F
SK12080 F
SK32100 F
SK42125 F
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3,10
1,40
0,90
0,75
7,10
3,30
1,80
1,25
0,60
SK13080 F
SK13063 F
SK13050 F
B1000-0713
2,50 2,50
1,50 1,50
1,00 1,00
[L]
1,40
0,45
0,50 0,50
0,80
0,50
SK02050 F
[L]
SK02040 F
SK13080 A
SK33100 A
SK43125 A
3,70 3,70
6,50
7,60
4,00
3,20
2,10
1,95 1,95
[L]
SK13050 A
SK13063 A
1,70
3,30
0,95 0,95
1,25 1,25
7,80 14,00 7,20 13,50 6,70 6,70
2,10
1,45
2,00
SK33100
SK13080
1,10
1,60
SK43125
1,55
2,30
0,95
1,30
SK13050
SK13063
[L]
SK42125 A
2,80 11,00 6,20 10,30 5,80 5,80
SK12063 A
SK12080 A
SK42125
1,00 1,00
SK32100 A
5,40
1,70 1,70
3,20 3,20
3,40
2,70
2,60
1,70
1,70
5,50
0,80
1,55
SK02040 A
SK02050 A
0,60
1,20
0,50 0,50
0,70 0,70
[L]
1,60
SK12063
1,15
0,60
M4 M5 M6
B3I V5 V6
SK12080
0,70
0,60
M3
B8
SK32100
0,60
1,20
0,45
0,40
M2
B6
SK02040
M1
B3
SK02050
6.1
6.1
6.1
[L]
4,30
2,30
1,40
0,95
0,90
4,80
2,10
1,70
1,05
0,85
3,20
1,50
0,90
0,50
0,45
0,40
M1
B5I
H1
14,50
7,60
4,20
2,10
1,80
13,50
6,10
3,45
2,10
1,75
12,90
5,20
3,10
1,45
1,10
0,80
M2
B5
H4
7,10
5,50
3,35
1,65
1,15
7,40
4,80
3,60
1,55
1,25
6,10
3,80
3,00
1,20
0,90
0,65
0,50 0,50
3,80 3,80
2,20 2,20
1,10 1,10
0,80 0,80
1,15 1,15
4,20 4,20
2,55 2,55
1,45 1,45
4,85 4,85
2,75 2,75
1,75 1,75
1,25 1,25
12,10 7,70 7,70
7,80
3,80
2,15
1,75
14,50 8,00 8,00
6,50
3,60
2,10
1,35
10,50 6,30 6,30
5,30
3,00
1,40
1,10
0,60
M3 M4 M5 M6
B5III B5II V1 V3
H2 H3 H5 H6
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