CEMENT TEST EQUIPMENT, INC.

CEMENT TEST EQUIPMENT, INC.
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CEMENT TEST EQUIPMENT, INC.
Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA
Atmospheric
Consistometer
Instruction Manual
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CEMENT TEST EQUIPMENT, INC.
Atmospheric Consistometer User’s Manual
2012 Cement Test Equipment, Inc.
5704 E. Admiral Blvd.
Tulsa, OK 74115
Phone 918-835-4454 • Fax 918-835-4475
Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
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Uses of an Atmospheric Consistometer
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Description of the Instrument
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Instrument Specifications
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Installation
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CHAPTER 2: OPERATION AND CALIBRATION
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Operating the Atmospheric Consistometer
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Calibration of Non Recording Instrument
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Operating the Recording Atmospheric Consistometer
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Using the Archived Data From the USB Memory
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Calibration of Recording Instrument
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CHAPTER 3: MAINTENANCE, SERVICING, AND TROUBLESHOOTING
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Maintenance
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Rotator Bearing Maintenance
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Troubleshooting
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Parts List
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Diagrams/Support Material
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Chapter
Introduction
This chapter contains general information about the atmospheric
consistometer and its uses as well as detailed specifications for the
instrument.
Uses of an Atmospheric Consistometer
I C O N
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K E Y
Important
information
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Potential Danger or
Safety Hazard
Operational Warning
The Model 200
Atmospheric
Consistometer is
designed for trouble
free operation by
minimizing the amount
of water vapor that
comes in contact with
the electronics.
C
ements are a critical element in the drilling, completion, work
over, and abandonment of wells. For each application, a cement
slurry is designed with specific properties and is given additives
that provide predictable slurry density, volume, viscosity,
compressive strength, fluid loss, gas migration, and thickening time.
The atmospheric consistometer is typically used in fluid loss testing
and to condition the slurry prior to rheological testing. The typical
test methods are listed in API Specification 10 on Oilwell Cements.
Description of the Instrument
The Model 200 Atmospheric Consistometer is able to test cement
slurries at temperatures up to 200ºF/93ºC at atmospheric pressure
using an oil bath as the heating media. CTE recommends the use of
mineral oil as the heating media since it will not evaporate and
condense on the electronics as water does over time. The CTE
atmospheric consistometer uses metallic bearings instead of the old
style nylon balls and water vapor decreases the service life of the
bearings.
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The consistometer consists of a liquid-tight stainless steel tank that is
used to hold the heating bath. The stainless steel tank houses two
rotating, cylindrical slurry cups and a stationary paddle assembly that
are partly submerged in the heating bath. The instrument contains
two rotators that engage the slurry cups and cause them to rotate
when the motor is running. Heat is supplied by a 1500 W tubular
heater immersed in the bath. A thermocouple is provided for
determining the temperature of the heating bath and slurry.
The slurry cup is rotated through the use of a DC electric motor and
timing belt and pulley system. The rotational speed of the slurry cup
is set at the factory at 150 rpm. The speed may be changed by the
user using the potentiometer inside the cabinet, provided a
satisfactory tachometer is available.
The consistency of the cement slurry in a non-recording atmospheric
consistometer is measured by a torsion spring and pointer mechanism
found on the lid of the slurry cup. The pointer is coupled with a
torsion spring to resist the rotating force of the paddle. The
rotational force is proportional to the consistency of the cement slurry
and is measured through the pointer as the spring deflects under
load. The consistency is indicated by the pointer and dial on the
slurry cup lid. The dial is graduated in units of consistency from 0-10.
A reading of 7 on the lid corresponds to a Bearden Unit (Bc) value of
70. Bearden units are defined in API Specification 10.
The consistency of the cement slurry in a recording consistometer is
measured by a torsion spring and potentiometer mechanism found on
the lid of the slurry cup. The potentiometer is coupled with a torsion
spring to resist the rotating force of the paddle. The rotational force
is proportional to the consistency of the cement slurry and is
measured through the potentiometer as the spring deflects under
load. The consistency is displayed on a recorder.
The instrument is equipped with an agitator to circulate the heating
media and provide a uniform temperature in the bath. Cooling coils
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are also provided for rapid cooling of the heating bath at the
completion of a test.
The CTE atmospheric consistometer is equipped with a state-of-theart temperature controller that provides ease of use for the operator.
The top display is the oil bath temperature and the bottom display is
the set point temperature. The set point is selected by pressing the
up or down arrows. The controller is self-tuning, so it is not
necessary to enter tuning parameters. The front of the temperature
controller is NEMA 4X rated to prevent contamination with liquids or
dust as well as provide corrosion protection. The recording
atmospheric uses a nanodac recorder/controller and archives data to
a front panel mounted USB memory stick in .csv and .uhh format.
This allows users to easily import data into spreadsheets for reports,
graphs and charts or the supplied Eurotherm iTools Review software.
The MOTOR, POWER, and HEATER switches on the front panel are
circuit breakers and therefore make fuses unnecessary.
Instrument Specifications
The specifications below apply to all CTE, Inc. atmospheric
consistometers.
ELECTRICAL
Input Voltage:
Input Frequency:
230 VAC (+10%)
115 VAC (+10%)
1600W
7 A (230 VAC)
14 A (115 VAC)
50-60 Hz
MECHANICAL
Height:
Width:
Depth:
22.5 in. (57 cm)
15 in. (38 cm)
17 in. (43 cm)
Input Power:
Current:
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Weight:
35 lb. (16 kg)
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature:
Operating Humidity:
(32 to 105 F) 0-40 C
0-95% non-condensing
HEATER
Heater Power:
Heater Type:
Heater Control:
1,500 W
Internal tubular with MgO insulation
Solid state relay
DRIVE UNIT
Drive Motor:
Drive Speed:
1/12 hp (62 W), 180 or 90 VDC
25-250 rpm (variable)
UTILITIES – COOLING WATER
Cooling Water Pressure:
100 psig (6.8 bar) maximum
Utility Inlets:
¼ inch female NPT
Installation
Before operating the
instrument, it is a good
idea to check for loose
screws or bolts that
may have loosened
and fallen out during
shipment. This is
particularly true for
overseas shipments.
Upon uncrating the instrument, verify that the instrument and any
spare parts on the packing have been received and are undamaged.
Notify CTE if anything is missing or damaged.
Locate the instrument on a firm level surface. Once the instrument
has been moved to its desired location, cooling water, overflow/drain,
and electrical connections can be made. The overflow/drain
connection is a ¼ inch tube fitting and is located on the lower rear of
the instrument. The cooling water inlet and outlet are located on the
upper right side of the instrument. Use of the cooling coils is
optional. The connections are ¼ female NPT. A number of ¼ inch
male NPT to 8mm tube fittings are included for international
locations. The drain and cooling water connections may be made
with either metal or plastic tubing.
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Electrical connections are made using the three pronged receptacle
on the rear of the instrument. An electrical cord is supplied with the
instrument. Please observe the following precautions when making
the wiring connections.
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Wiring should be done by a qualified installer in accordance with local
electrical codes.
The instrument should be securely connected to a separate earth
ground. The ground wire must be larger in diameter than the supply
conductors. A 10 gauge minimum ground wire is recommended.
An 8BC or larger fire extinguisher to fight electrical and oil fires should
be
placed
within
50
feet
of
the
consistometer.
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Operation and Calibration
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Chapter
Chapter 2 will discuss in detail the steps required to operate and calibrate the
instrument.
The atmospheric consistometer is very easy to use. To operate the
instrument, simply follow the steps listed below.
Operating the Atmospheric Consistometer
1. Fill the tank with mineral oil if it is being used for the first time.
The tank holds approximately four U.S. gallons (15 liters). Check
the oil level in the tank periodically. The oil level will tend to fall
based on the number of tests run.
2. Install the bottom into the slurry cup. Apply a light coating of
grease to the o-ring in the slurry cup bottom prior to installation.
3. Install the paddle and slurry cup lid and check to see that the
paddle does not rub the slurry cup when the slurry cup turns.
The temperature
controller has no
ON/OFF button. It
may be turned off by
lowering the set
point below ambient.
4. Use the up and down arrow buttons on the temperature controller
front panel to select the desired set point. The red (upper) value
is the actual temperature and the green (lower) value is the set
point. The water bath may be preheated if desired by following
steps 8 and 10.
5. Prepare the slurry in accordance with API Specification 10. Fill the
slurry cup up to the scribed line inside the slurry cup.
6. Place the slurry cup lid over the paddle shaft and onto the slurry
cup. Align the slot in the shaft with the pin in the bottom of the
lid. Engage the pins on the lid with the slots in the slurry cup.
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7. Place the slurry cups inside the rotators and lower them down into
the tank. Align slots of the cup with the slots in the rotators. The
large pin on the slurry cup lid should contact the stop anchor. The
slurry cups turn counterclockwise.
8. Turn the POWER switch to the ON position.
9. Turn the MOTOR switch to the ON position.
10.Turn the HEATER switch to the ON position and start the
temperature controller.
11. If the instrument is a recording atmospheric consistometer,
connect the cord from each lid to the connector on the front
panel.
Calibration of Non Recording Instrument
If the instrument is
within tolerance after
several calibration
checks, extend the
calibration interval. If it
is out of tolerance,
shorten the interval.
The lid and thermocouple circuit should be re-calibrated on a regular
basis. It is recommended that the thermocouple calibration be
checked at least annually and anytime a new thermocouple is
installed. The lid should be re-calibrated whenever the spring is
adjusted or replaced.
Temperature may be conveniently calibrated using the Digital
Temperature Calibrator and Millivolt Source (part number C-0373.)
The lid should be calibrated by using the potentiometer mechanism
calibrator. This device applies a known torque to the lid spring,
allowing the readout to be observed on the lid dial. Calibration of the
lid is described in the example below. Note that a calibrator (part
number 2-0090) is not normally furnished with non-recording
consistometers. If one is desired, please contact CTE.
1. Set the calibrator near the front edge of a desk or table.
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2. Place the lid on the calibrator.
3. Wind the cord around the lid frame clockwise and over the pulley
on the calibrator. Place the hanger weight hook in the loop on the
end of the cord.
4. Attach a total weight (hanger plus weights) of 300g on the weight
hanger. The pointer should read approximately 7.4 (74 Bc).
5. If the pointer indicates a consistency greater than 74 Bc, loosen
the set screw holding the spring in place and move it to the right.
By applying additional
weights between 0 and
400g and plotting
consistency as a
function of applied
weight, the linearity of
the lid may be
assessed.
6. If the pointer indicates a consistency less than 74 Bc, loosen the
set screw holding the spring in place and move it to the left.
7. After the spring has been adjusted, loosen the nut on top of the
lid and move the pointer to the 0 position.
8. Repeat steps 4-7 until the displays read correctly at both zero and
74 Bc.
Operating the Recording Atmospheric
Consistometer
Follow the steps outlined for a non recording atmospheric. However we
shall make a few distinctions for programming temperature and archiving
data. The nanodac allows the instrument to combine temperature control
and data acquisition into one small and efficient package. Temperature
control is similar in that it is setup as a set-point PID controller. Tuning
parameters are set and there is no need to ever change those values. It
is possible to network the nanodac and assign it an IP address. Refer to
the nanodac user guide for more details. For transferring data via USB
memory stick please follow the following:
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Picture 1: Temperature Set Point Control SP1.
1. Insert a USB memory stick into the USB port on the front panel.
Recording cannot be accomplished without there being a drive to
write to. Make sure you are logged out of `Engineer’ or any other.
2. There is no `On/Off’ switch for temperature control in the
nanodac. As seen in Picture 1, highlight the field for SP1 and push
the scroll button. Set the temperature for the value that you
desire. Press the scroll button to save and then the page button to
exit the highlight. The nanodac is now attempting to heat.
3. Make sure the `Heater’ and `Motor’ switches on the front panel
are turned on. The heater is now heating the fluid contained in
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the tank and the motor is spinning the impellor and stirring the
fluid for uniformity.
4. You may press the up and down keys on the nanodac to scroll
through the different screens.
5. Archiving is automatic and does not require any input from the
user. Do not remove the memory stick while transfer is in
progress or this can lead to irreparable damage. Archiving is set to
occur every hour on the hour. When transferring data, a caution
symbols appears next to the USB symbol at the bottom of the
screen. Refer to the nanodac user guide for more details. It is
possible to log into `Engineer’ and force an immediate archive to
the USB memory stick. However, recording is stopped for as long
as you are logged in as Engineer. From the main menu, logged in
as Engineer select Demand Archiving. Then highlight `Archive’
and choose the appropriate selection. Wait for the transfer to
finish and then log out of Engineer.
6. To end a test, simply highlight the SP1 field and change the
temperature back to ambient or below ambient. Turn off the
heater and motor front panel switches.
7. Remove the slurry cups and disassemble.
8. The stainless steel fluid tank is outfitted with an internal cooling
coil. If you wish, you may connect a chiller (not supplied but can
be purchased through CTE) to the ¼” NPT brass fittings located
on the right side. This will decrease the time it takes to cool the oil
in the tank and therefore be ready for the next test faster.
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Using the Archived Data on the Memory Stick
The data is archived both in .csv and .uhh format. .uhh is a proprietary
format used by the nanodac. You may use the .csv format by importing
into almost any spreadsheet software (ie ©Microsoft Excel) using the
comma delimited, column separation arrangement. This method enables
you to edit the data and usually provides more charting options. A
second option is to install and use Eurotherm iTools Review software. A
CD is furnished with the instrument that you may use to install the
software to your computer. Additionally this software is available from
the Eurotherm website. Follow these steps to chart nanodac data using
the Review software:
1. Install iTools to your computer.
2. Launch Eurotherm iTools from your programs.
3. Click File->Transfer->From Removable Media
4. Have the USB memory stick plugged into a USB port on your
computer.
5. Select the drive where the memory stick is located.
6. Select a `Master Archive Folder’. If this is the first time running
the Review software it will ask you to create one. Select an easy
to find Folder on your computer.
7. Select or deselect the “delete source file after transfer”.
8. Click File->New Chart
9. Click `Add Point’. Make sure `Model 250’ and associated Log
Group are selected and there should be three point ID’s;
consistency L, Consistency R, and Temperature.
10. Select ‘Add All’.
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11. The Chart Setup screen will reappear. There are many options
available here to create a unique chart output. Messages for
example may need to be turned OFF as to reduce chart clutter.
Click `OK’.
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12. The time scale can be changed along with many other
parameters. Refer to the on-board help menu for further chart
options.
13. Click `Save’ and the chart is then stored as a .cpg (chart group
file). Save this in a easy to find folder near to the transferred files
folder. Naming it with an easier identifier such as the date and
test number will be helpful in the future for when it is necessary
to re-open the chart.
Calibration of Recording Instrument
The nanodac recorder/controller is capable of adjusting the input to
a desired high and low value. We use calibration weights, a weight
hanger, a thin wire with loops on either end, and a calibrator base
with which to place the potentiometer mechanism. The calibrator
base is a separate assembly which is taken on and off the middlefront of the machine using the screw that is located there. See
Picture 2.
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Picture 2: Calibrator Assembly Setup.
1. Screw calibrator base onto the front of the tank, in the middle
and make sure that you have room for a hanging weight to
rest freely in the air. Be sure that the potentiometer body while
mounted does not rub against the stop holder behind.
2. Place one of the loops of the wire around the black wire
terminal. It is the round, brass terminal which extends out
from the potentiometer body.
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3. With the wire make one full wrap around the potentiometer
body then over the pulley and finally ending at rest with the
weight hanger at the other end loop.
4. It is necessary to move the wire so that it is not entangled with
other wires and connectors and free to move with the
potentiometer body.
5. Plug in the connector from the potentiometer to the proper
side. Each potentiometer is marked right and left and has an
associated left and right side connector on the front panel. It
does not matter which potentiometer you calibrate first. It is
only important to calibrate the left and right potentiometer to
the correct connector.
6. From the main screen of the nanodac, go to the log-in screen
and log-in as Engineer with password 100.
7. Return to the main screen and go to Instrument and then input
adjust.
8. Channel 1 is temperature. Do not calibrate this. Channel 2 is
the left side and Channel 3 is the right side. Scroll down to
Apply Adjust and select `Yes’.
9. Use the scroll button to change either channel 2 or 3, from a
cross to a check mark.
10.Highlight the `Start IP `Adjust’ and select `Yes’.
11.Enter your low target value. Since you have a 50g weight
holder this is associated with 9Bc. For this example let’s use 9
as our low target value. Wait for all to be steady.
12.Set the `Confirm Low’ field to `Yes’, then operate the scroll
button again.
13.The display then changes to the high value adjust page.
14.In this example we shall use a total of 400g and 100Bc as our
high value. Place an additional 350g to the weight holder.
15.Enter the `High Target Value’ as 100. When all is steady, set
`Confirm High’ to ‘Yes’.
16.You may confirm this calibration by placing random weights
between 0 and 350g onto the weight holder to verify
midpoints.
17.Remove weight hanger and wire loop from the potentiometer
and repeat for the other potentiometer channel.
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18.Remove calibrator base.
19.Log out of Engineer or the unit will not record and work
properly.
20.Refer to the nanodac user guide section 4.1.9 Input Adjust for
additional details and visual figures.
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3
Chapter
Maintenance, Servicing,
and Troubleshooting
This chapter contains information about the necessary periodic
maintenance of the instrument as well as common service and
troubleshooting guidelines.
Maintenance
C
onsistometers can be relatively reliable and trouble free
provided they are serviced and maintained properly.
Instruments that are neglected and receive infrequent service or
are subject to abuse are certain to cause trouble.
General Maintenance
The instrument requires very little general maintenance. The small
amount of maintenance that is required is listed below.
1. If the oil in the tank becomes dirty or contaminated with cement,
it should be drained and the tank cleaned.
2. Thoroughly clean the slurry cup and paddle after each use to
remove all traces of cement.
3. Lubricate the o-ring in the slurry cup base with grease before each
use.
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4. Check the bushings (C-0346) that hold the water agitator
periodically. If bushings become worn excessively they should be
replaced.
5. Check the timing belt (part number C-0327) periodically for signs
of wear. Replace if necessary.
Rotator Bearing Maintenance
Atmospheric consistometers manufactured after 2002 use metal
single row ball bearings to support the rotators. Before this, loose
Nylon balls were used to support the rotators. The metal ball
bearings are more durable, quieter, and impossible to lose.
Instructions on servicing both types of bearings are given below.
The rotators are supported by Nylon bearings (part number C-0098)
which have a low coefficient of friction. The bearings are designed to
wear out periodically without causing damage to the more expensive
bearing housing and rotator. To extend the life of the bearings, they
may be lubricated periodically with light oil. This is probably not
necessary if mineral oil is used in the heating tank. Follow the steps
below when replacing the C-0098 Bearings. Each side of the
atmospheric consistometer uses 37-38 balls.
The rotator also uses bronze bearings to support the radial load on
the rotator. Residue from water or cement slurry can sometimes
cause the bearings to seize or become noisy. They should be
lubricated periodically with light oil. This is probably not necessary if
mineral oil is used in the tank. The use of mineral oil as the heating
medium usually assures that the bearings are adequately lubricated.
1. Disconnect the unit from electrical power.
2. Loosen the bolts holding the motor in place and slide the motor
forward.
3. Remove the timing belt from the motor sprocket.
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When removing the
tank cover, keep the
cover and rotator
assembly level.
Failure to do so may
cause up to 76
Nylon balls to fall out
on the floor.
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4. Remove the stainless steel tank cover and attached rotators.
5. Remove the 4 screws holding the rotator assembly to the tank
cover and remove the tank cover.
6. Pull the rotator up and off to expose the bearings. Lubricate or
replace as necessary.
7. Reassemble.
8. Make certain that the timing belt is not excessively tight. The belt
should have approximately ½ inch (12.7 mm) slack. If the belt is
too tight, it will cause premature failure of the C-0098 bearings
and C-0346 bushings.
The procedure for replacing the metal bearings (p/n C-0883) is
identical to the procedures listed above.
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Troubleshooting
The following section consists of a table listing possible remedies for
the most common consistometer problems.
Symptom
Cause
Remedy
Motor speed not
correct
Motor will not
operate
Speed control board out of
adjustment.
Rotator bearings have
locked up.
Bad speed adjustment
potentiometer.
Faulty MOTOR switch.
Loose connection in motor
wiring.
Blown fuse on motor
control board.
Faulty motor control board.
Faulty motor.
Short circuit in motor,
heater, or power circuit.
Adjust potentiometer located on
electrical panel inside cabinet.
Lubricate/replace rotator bearings.
Faulty switch.
Loose connection in heater
circuit.
Faulty solid state relay.
Replace switch.
Repair loose connection.
MOTOR, HEATER,
or POWER
switches will not
stay in the ON
position
Heater does not
get hot.
Agitator paddle
rubs the tank wall
Faulty heater.
Excessive play in agitator
shaft.
Agitator hits cooling coils
Replace potentiometer.
Replace switch
Check wiring and repair any loose
connections.
Check fuses on motor control board
and replace if blown.
Replace board.
Replace motor.
Locate problem and correct.
Check solid state relay and replace if
faulty.
Replace heater.
Replace agitator shaft bushings.
Bend cooling coils away from
agitator
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Symptom
Cause
Remedy
Temperature
controller displays
- - - - in the lower
display.
Open circuit in
thermocouple circuit.
Locate open circuit and repair.
Rotator will not
turn or is noisy.
Noisy slurry cup
assembly.
Faulty thermocouple.
Replace thermocouple.
Dry or contaminated bronze Clean bearings and coat with light
bearings on rotator.
grease.
Bent paddle or paddle
shaft.
Slurry cup rubbing cooling
coils
Straighten paddle and/or shaft.
Bend cooling coils away from slurry
cup.
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Parts List
The following is a table of frequently used replacement parts along
with the CTE part numbers.
Description
Thermocouple
Paddle Casting
Paddle Shaft
Set Pin for Paddle Casting & Shaft
Slurry Cup
Slurry Cup Base
Lid Assembly (non-recording)
Rotator Assembly
Idler & Stirrer Sprocket
Stop Anchor Assembly (non-recording)
Lid Calibrator
Shear Pin
Toggle Valve
Timing Belt
Motor Sprocket
Temperature Controller
Motor (240 V)
Motor (115 V)
Motor Controller (240 V)
Motor Controller (115 V)
Circuit Breaker Switch (non-recording)
Circuit Breaker Switch (recording)
Cooling Coil
Solid State Relay
O-ring
Heater (115 VAC)
Heater (230 VAC)
Power Inlet
Fuse, 25A
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C-0343
9-0013
9-0018
C-0007
9-0014
9-0015
9-0030
9-0022
C-0326
9-0024
2-0090
C-0008
C-0570
C-0247
9-0016
C-0567
C-0039
C-0039-1
C-0565
C-0565-1
C-0075
C-0075-1
9-0041
C-0080
C-0288
9-0011-1
9-0011-2
C-0157
C-0482
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Description
Fuse, 2A
Idler Support
Snap Ring
Rotator Sprocket
Agitator
Tank
Spring Collar
Dial
Dial Base
Pointer
Lid
Lid Shaft (non-recording)
Bearing
Spring
Agitator Support Bushing
Roll Pin
Potentiometer Shaft (recording)
Spring Collar
Bearing
Potentiometer Frame
Spacer
Spring Clamp
Stop Arm
Resistor
Wiper Holder
Potentiometer Slider
Washer, plastic
Contact Pin Spring
Fuse, ¼ A
Bearing, Metal Rotator (after 2002)
Bearing Housing
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Part Number
C-0483
9-0021
C-0503
9-0029
9-0028
9-0051
9-0036
9-0035
9-0034
9-0033
9-0032
9-0031
C-0360
2-0060
C-0346
C-0512
9-0068
9-0065
C-0582
9-0066
9-0067
9-0064
9-0063
2-0062
9-0062
2-0077
C-0150
C-0583
C-0242
C-0883
9-0027
RED 18
C-0010
SPEED CONTROL POT
YELLOW 14
2
2
+3
Line
Line
C-0574-1 FUSE HOLDER
C-0467 FUSE 20A (115V)
C-0988 FUSE 10A (230V)
RED 14
C-0567
RED 18
4
SSR
Load
Load
98
-4
99
C-0271
WHITE T/C (+)
POWER INLET
Y1
RED 14
YELLOW 14
4
1
1
3
SSR
RED 18
YELLOW 18
RED 18
3
C-0075
POWER
SWITCH
RED 18
YELLOW 18
** MOUNTED ON ELECTRICAL PANEL INSIDE UNIT
RED 18
C-0075
HEATER
SWITCH
SSR
2
3
ORANGE
YELLOW 18
P3
C-0675
1
P2
YELLOW 18
C-0674
YELLOW 14
YELLOW 18
4
DC GEAR
MOTOR
Line
L2
P1
BLUE Y
C-0039 (230 VAC)
Baldor 12521
C-0039-1 (115 VAC)
Baldor 12501
Load
2
A- A+
RED 18
YELLOW 18
FUSE 2A
RED 14
RED 14
L1
C-0674
1
BROWN 18
BLUE 18
GREEN 18
3
FUSE 25A
SSR
1
2
C-0482
C-0075
MOTOR
SWITCH
4
DC MOTOR CONTROL BOARD
YELLOW 18
C-0565
YELLOW 14
Resistor:
C-0565-3 (230V) BRO250
C-0565-2 (115V) BRO180
Jumper Settings:
230VAC - 180VDC
115VAC - 90VDC
RED T/C (-)
W1
C-0343
THERMOCOUPLE
HEATER
9-0011-2 (230 VAC)
9-0011-1 (115 VAC)
WHITE/RED 22
REV. D EFFECTIVE 01-23-08
REV. E EFFECTIVE 02-02-10
CEMENT TEST EQUIPMENT, INC
APPROVALS
WHITE/BLACK 22
DATES
CCD 2-9-98
JB 1-23-08
DRAWN BY:
ADAM NOFSINGER
WIRING SCHEMATIC
MODEL 200
ATMOSPHERIC
CONSISTOMETER
E
9-0005
C-0482
FUSE 20A
L1
POWER
SWITCH
YELLOW 14
5 VOLT POWER SUPPLY
LEFT SIDE
P3
Y
O
SPEED CONTROL POT
** MOUNTED ON ELECTRICAL PANEL INSIDE UNIT
DC GEAR
MOTOR C-0039 (230 V)=12521
C-0039-1 (115 V)=12501
HEATER
SWITCH
C-1165
RED 18
RED 14
2
FUSE BLOCK C-0574-1
115V MODEL USE C-0467
230V MODEL USE C-0988
SSR 2 C-0132
3
1
+
GREEN 18
YELLOW 18
2
4
RED 18
P2
RED 14
YELLOW 22
P1
BLUE
4
YELLOW 18
L2
POWER INLET
50/60 HZ
Terminal Block
C-0010
FUSE 2A
C-0271
1
SSR 1 C-0132
YELLOW 14
C-1057
A- A+
3
R-L
Y-N
RED T/C (-)
C-0343
THERMOCOUPLE
BLUE 22
BROWN 18
BLUE 18
GREEN 18
C-0565
MOTOR
RED 18 SWITCH
YELLOW 18
DC MOTOR CONTROL BOARD
C-0075-1
Switch Number
WHITE T/C (+)
YELLOW 22
BLACK 22
C-1039 CABLE
FRONT PANEL USB
C-0222
YELLOW 14
03-0103 BRACKET
C-0569
YELLOW
USB
1+
1A
LEFT POT-MECH
RED 14
11B
2+
C-0132
4
C-0080
1
2
2
SSR
4
3
+
4
-
W/RED 22
3-
BLACK
RED 18
L
YELLOW 18
SUPPLY VOLTAGE
N
EARTH
GREEN 18
W/BLACK 22
WHITE/RED 22
WHITE/BLACK 22
BLUE 22
BLUE
+
C-0569
YELLOW 22
BLACK 22
C-0222
YELLOW 22
C-1165
RIGHT POT-MECH
YELLOW
9-0011-2 (230 VAC)
9-0011-1 (115 VAC)
5 VOLT
POWER
SUPPLY
RIGHT
GREEN 18
HEATER
RED 18
YELLOW 18
RED 14
YELLOW 14
23+
1
SSR
3
BLACK
3
C-1049 NANODAC
DIGITAL RECORDER
BLUE
Pot Mech Circuit
1-Blue 2-Black 3-Yellow
REV C EFFECTIVE S/N 3
REV D EFFECTIVE 02-02-10
REV E EFFECTIVE 08-22-12
CEMENT TEST EQUIPMENT, INC
APPROVALS
DATES
CCD
2-9-98
DRAWN BY:
ADAM NOFSINGER
WIRING SCHEMATIC
MODEL 250
RECORDING
ATMOSPHERIC
CONSISTOMETER
9-0006
E
7
8
6
ITEM NO. QTY.
1
1
2
2
3
1
4
1
5
2
6
1
7
1
8
1
9
1
10
1
11
2
12
1
13
1
14
1
15
2
16
2
17
1
18
1
19
1
20
1
21
1
22
1
23
2
24
1
F
E
PART NO.
9-0051
9-0026
9-0027-1
9-0022-1
C-0884
9-0025
9-0014
9-0011
9-0020
9-0028
C-0883
9-0029
C-0039
C-0038
C-0288
C-0503
9-0054
9-0030
9-0024
9-0015
9-0012
C-0247
C-0008
C-0343
1
2
3
4
5
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
CEMENT TEST EQUIPMENT, INC. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR WHOLE WITHOUT
THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF CEMENT TEST EQUIPMENT IS PROHIBITED.
REVISIONS
DESCRIPTION
Tank
Cross Bar
Bearing Housing
Rotator
Snap Ring (not shown)
Cross Bar Support
Slurry Cup Sleeve
Heater (-1 230V, -2 115V)
Agitator Support
Agitator
Bearing
Pulley
Motor (240 VAC0
Motor Pulley
O-ring
Snap Ring
Mounting Plate
Lid Ass'y (non-recording)
Stop Arm Ass'y
Slurry Cup Base
Paddle
Timing Belt
Shear Pin
Thermocouple
DESCRIPTION
REV.
APPROVED
DATE
F
E
13
18
19 23
D
D
12
1422
9
6
1
3
11
10
4
5
2
C
21
C
7
24
20 15
16
8
8
B
B
1
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES ARE:
A
FRACTIONS
1/32
DECIMALS
.XX .01
.XXX .005
ANGLES
CAD GENERATED DRAWING,
DO NOT MANUALLY UPDATE
APPROVALS
CEMENT TEST EQUIPMENT
CCD 2-25-98
CCD 2-25-98
RESP ENG
CCD 2-25-98
1
DRAWN
ATMOSPHERIC
CONSISTOMETER
CHECKED
MATERIAL
FINISH
NEXT ASSY
APPLICATION
8
7
6
5
4
3
MFG ENG
USED ON
DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
2
CCD 2-25-98
CCD 2-25-98
QUAL ENG
A
DATE
SIZE DWG. NO.
C
SCALE
1:2
REV.
9-0010
B
SHEET 1 OF 1
CAD FILE:
1
8
6
7
4
5
3
2
1
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
CEMENT TEST EQUIPMENT. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR WHOLE WITHOUT
THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF CEMENT TEST EQUIPMENT IS PROHIBITED.
10
D
9
D
8
6
2
11
5
14
13
1
4
C
C
2
15
12
12
7
3
B
ITEM NO. QTY.
1
1
2
2
3
1
4
1
5
1
6
1
7
1
8
1
9
1
10
1
11
1
12
2
13
1
14
1
15
1
PART NO.
9-0032
C-0360
9-0031
9-0036
9-0034
9-0035
C-0361
C-0508
9-0033
C-0507
C-0510
C-0512
2-0060
C-0509
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES ARE:
FRACTIONS
A
1/32
DECIMALS
.XX .01
.XXX .005
ANGLES
1
MATERIAL
FINISH
NEXT ASSY
APPLICATION
8
7
6
5
DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
4
B
CAD GENERATED DRAWING,
DO NOT MANUALLY UPDATE
APPROVALS
DRAWN
CEMENT TEST EQUIPMENT
DATE
CCD
2-24-98
CHECKED
CCD 2-24-98
RESP ENG
CCD 2-24-98
MFG ENG
USED ON
DESCRIPTION
Lid
Bearing
Lid Shaft
Spring Collar
Lid Base Ass'y
Dial
Roll Pin
Lock Nut
Pointer
Acorn Nut
Roll Pin
Roll Pin
Set Screw
Spring
Snap Ring
CCD 2-24-98
QUAL ENG
CCD 2-24-98
3
A
LID ASSEMBLY
ATMOSPHERIC CONSISTOMETER
SIZE
A
DWG. NO.
SCALE
1:1
2
REV.
9-0030
CAD FILE:
A
SHEET
1
1 OF 1
8
7
4
5
6
3
2
1
REVISIONS
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
CEMENT TEST EQUIPMENT. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR WHOLE WITHOUT
THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF CEMENT TEST EQUIPMENT IS PROHIBITED.
REV.
A
DATE
DESCRIPTION
APPROVED
10
10
17 21 22
D
D
7
18
16
1
5
17 21 22
3
9
2
15
4
19
6
C
C
12
14
ITEM NO. QTY.
1
1
2
1
3
2
4
1
5
1
6
2
7
1
8
1
9
1
10
1
12
1
13
1
14
1
15
1
16
1
17
2
18
1
19
1
20
1
21
2
22
2
23
1
20
13
3
8
6
A
B
23
SECTION A-A
SCALE 1 : 1
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES ARE:
A
FRACTIONS
1/32
DECIMALS
.XX
.XXX
.01
.005
ANGLES
1
DO NOT MANUALLY UPDATE
DRAWN
CCD 3-16-98
CHECKED
CCD 3-16-98
CCD 3-16-98
USED ON
APPLICATION
8
7
6
5
4
DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
3
MFG ENG
DESCRIPTION
Lid
Bearing
Roll Pin
Potentiometer Shaft
Spring Collar
Bearing
Potentiometer Frame
Spacer
Spring Clamp
Stop Arm
Cover
1/4-20 hex nut
1/4-20 hex jam nut
Wiper Holder
Potentiometer Slider
Plastic Washer
Spring (not shown)
Shear Pin (not shown)
Snap Ring (not shown)
Contact Pin Spring (not shown)
Screw, 8-32 x 1/4
Resistor
CEMENT TEST EQUIPMENT
DATE
APPROVALS
RESP ENG
NEXT ASSY
2-0062
CAD GENERATED DRAWING,
MATERIAL
FINISH
PART NO.
9-0032
C-0360
C-0512
9-0068
9-0065
C-0582
9-0066
9-0067
9-0064
9-0063
9-0061
HEX_NUT_250
HEX_NUT_J_25
9-0062
2-0077
C-0150
2-0060
C-0008
C-0509
C-0583
LID ASSEMBLY
RECORDING ATMOSPHERIC
DWG. NO.
CCD 3-16-98 SIZE
B
9-0060
CCD 3-16-98 SCALE 1:1 CAD FILE:
REV.
A
QUAL ENG
2
SHEET 1 OF 1
1
B
A
8
ITEM NO.
1
2
3
PART NUMBER
09-0013
09-0018
C-0007
5
6
7
DESCRIPTION
ATMOSPHERIC PADDLE CASTING
ATMOSPHERIC PADDLE SHAFT
ROLL PIN
4
2
3
1
QTY.
1
1
1
D
D
2
C
C
B
3
B
1
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES:
FRACTIONAL 1/32
ANGULAR:
1
TWO PLACE DECIMAL
.01
THREE PLACE DECIMAL .005
A
PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS
DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF CTE,
Inc. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS
A WHOLE WITHOUT THE WRITTEN
PERMISSION OF CTE, Inc. IS PROHIBITED.
INTERPRET GEOMETRIC
TOLERANCING PER:
MATERIAL
NAME
DATE
DRAWN
GRH
12-17-08
CHECKED
GRH
12-17-08
ENG APPR.
GRH
12-17-08
MFG APPR.
GRH
12-17-08
Q.A.
GRH
12-17-08
COMMENTS:
7
6
5
4
TITLE:
ATMOSPHERIC PADDLE
ASSEMBLY
SIZE DWG. NO.
B
FINISH
3
2
A
REV
09-0040
SHEET 1 OF 1
SCALE:1:2 WEIGHT: 0.12
DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
8
Cement Test Equipment
1
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