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Installation, Operation & Maintenance Manual

INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

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Installation, Operation & Maintenance Manual

DelTorq Series ­21 ACTUATOR

INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

Year of Mfg:

(Please read the entire instructions carefully before installation or servicing.) Guarantee: "Our liability, with respect of any defect or failure of the goods supplied or for any loss, injury or damage attributable onward is limited to replacement or repair of the defects which under proper use appear therein and arise solely from faulty materials and workmanship. This guarantee is for a period of 18 calendar months after the original goods were first shipped or within 12 calendar months from the date of installation, whichever is earlier, provided that such defective parts are returned without charge to our factory for examination. No other warranty is either expressed or implied."

TABLE OF CONTENT

Item

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. General Technical Data Unpacking & Storage Instructions Lifting Instructions Putting into Service 4.1 Before putting into service 4.2 Installation 4.3 Things to be observed after putting into service 6. Operation Maintenance 7 7.1 General 7.2 Disassembly 7.3 Assembly 7.4 Tightening torques for bolts 8. 9. 10. 11 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 100% Travel Stop Arrangement Size 045 Actuator Things that are to be observed after maintenance Troubleshooting Important Atex Instructions Other instructions Engineering Exploded View Part List Ordering code for actuators

Description

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1. General: This manual contains the important information regarding the installation, operation and troubleshooting of the `DelTorq' pneumatic actuators. Please read these instructions carefully before operating the actuator. Intended Use: Deltorq series21 actuator comes under group II category 2 equipment intended for use in areas in which explosive atmospheres caused by mixtures of air & gases, vapours or mists or by air/dusts are likely to occur. Extra travel stop arrangement: ±50 Adjustment on 900 Stroke Maximum Noise level: 82.2 dB (A) maximum, measured on pressure level scale for size 200 actuator (intermittent) Maximum Surface Temperature in extreme conditions of pressure 8-bar: 490C Actuator base standard: ISO ­ 5211 Solenoid valve mounting standards: VDI/VDE 3845 Material of Construction: Body ASTM B221 6063 ­ T6 ­ Hard Anodised LM24 ­ (BS-1460) LM24 ­ (BS-1460) EN8/EN 19 ­ Electroless Nickel Plated Nitrile / Silicon / Viton Stanyl TW-371. Stanyl TW-371 Stanyl TW-371 SS304

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Warning against foreseeable misuse of actuator: It is important that the actuator should only be used within the pressure limits indicated in our technical specifications. Operating the actuator beyond its designated pressure may result in either actuator malfunctioning or explosion of actuator which may result in hazard to operating or maintenance personnel. Operating the actuator over temperature limits will damage internal and external components which may result in hazard to operating or maintenance personnel. Disassembly of spring return actuator to be carried out by following all the necessary precautions mentioned in section 7.3. Do not operate the actuator in highly corrosive environment (eg. Offshore applications) without necessary protective measures such as ENP on external & internal surfaces of components or SS bodies. Consult factory before use. Do not disassemble the individual spring cartridges. Disassembly may result in personal injury. Isolate all airlines and make sure that actuator air connection is vented before installation or servicing of the actuator. Do not remove end caps or disassemble the actuator while the actuator is pressurised. Before installing onto a valve, make sure that the rotation of the valve and the actuator are the same and that the position indicator orientation is also correct.

Piston End Caps Pinion `O' Ring Piston pad Piston band Piston Bearings Hardware

3. Unpacking & storage instructions: 1. Box contains material as per packing slip. 2. Do not lift box/heavy products manually. 3. Keep the box on flat/plain surface with arrow side marked at top. 4. Open up the box from arrow side (Top side) only. 5. For heavy actuators, follow the lifting procedure given in Instruction Operation & Maintenance manual. 6. Manual lifting of heavy actuators may cause serious injury. 7. Handle the product with care. All the `DelTorq' actuators are factory lubricated for one million cycles under normal operating conditions. The ports are plugged to prevent material from entering the actuator during the shipment. If the actuators are not for immediate use, the following precautions must be taken during storage. 1. Store the boxes in dry place. 2. Protect the product from rain & heat. 3. Do not remove the plastic plugs on the air supply ports. 4. Store the actuator with its bottom resting on flat base. (See Fig A for actuator top & Bottom) 5. Duration of storage: 2 years Max from date of mfg.

ACTUATOR TOP

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2. Technical Data: Product Specifications: General Features: Actuator Type: Pneumatic Rack & Pinion type Actuator Actuator Series: Series 21 Size Range: 045 to 200 Actuator Variants: 1. Double Acting (DA) actuator 2. Spring Return (SR) actuator Operating medium: Dry Compressed Air Operating Pressure Range: 2.5bar(36PSI) to 8 bar (116 PSI) Temperature Range: Standard Actuator: -40F to 1760F (- 200C to 800C) ­ Nitrile`O' ring High Temperature Actuator: -40F to 3020F (- 200C to 1500C) ­ Viton `O' ring Low Temperature Actuator: -400F to 3020F (- 400C to 1500C) ­ Silicon `O' ring Actuator weights range: D.A. Actuator: 0.8 Kg. To 45 Kg. S.R. Actuator: 1 Kg. To 55.5 Kg. Actuator volume range: Opening: 75 cm3 to 7100 cm3 Closing: 78 cm3 to 10620 cm3 Actuator Opening/Closing time at 5.5bar & orifice dia approx. 4mm: 0.2 S to 3.5 S Torque range: 2 N-m to 1900 N-m Lubricants Used: General Use: Castrol AP-3 Grease & Mosil 2200 Low Temperature: Mosil SN-64

ACTUATOR BOTTOM

Fig. A.

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Installation, Operation & Maintenance Manual 4. Lifting Instructions: For lifting 175 & 200 actuators, polyester sling is to be used. This sling is having following specifications: Length of the sling: 2 m Width of the sling: 1 " Material: Polyester Maximum working load that sling can lift: 800 Kg. Factor of safety considered: 7 Lifting Arrangement: 1.Hook both the ends of the sling to both ends of the actuator through left & right end caps as shown in the photograph B. 2. Put the sling into hook of the crane. 3. Ensure that both the ends of the sling are properly being hooked around the end caps. 4. Lift the actuator slowly with the help of crane at approximate height of one feet. 5. Ensure proper balancing of the actuator. If the actuator is not properly balanced adjust the sling with actuator such that proper balancing of actuator will be done. 6. Now lift the actuator to required height. Rest it at the required surface. Release the tension in the sling & remove the sling. unbalanced forces on the system; tighten all the assembly fasteners. In case of DA Actuators connect the regulated air supply to center port `A' (Shown in Fig.1) to open the actuator & side port `B' to close the actuator. Note: Use ¼" NPT fittings for connection purpose except for all the actuators other than 045 & 055 size. For size 045 & 055 use 1/8" NPT fittings. Connections to be made should be rigid or flexible according to requirement of user. Caution: Make sure that connections made (either flexible or rigid) must be intended for their use in potentially explosive environment. Caution: The maximum operating pressure is 116 psi (8 bar) In case of SR Actuators, connect the regulated air supply to center port `A' to open the actuator & exhaust air through port `B'. Silencer may be connected to port `B' to reduce the exhaust air noise. Adjust the stroke adjustment bolts following assembly section 5.3.4. Stroke adjustment bolts can be adjusted by up to ±5°.

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A. Lifting of Size150 SR actuator by Normal Person

5.3 Observe the following things after putting actuator in service: 1. Actuator is doing its intended function properly. 2. Actuator enable valve opening/closing smoothly and no jerk & uneven motion is being observed. 3. There is no leakage of air from actuator. 4. There is no any abnormal noise from actuator. 5. If you find any discrepancy in functioning of actuator, please refer trouble shooting section. After troubleshooting still the discrepancy observed then contact our authorised representative on given address. 6. Operation: The `DelTorq' actuators have simple operational characteristics. Port `A' (facing the ports and reading right to left) is connected to the interior cavity between the pistons directing the airflow into/out of the interior cavity. Port `B' is connected to the end cap cavities directing airflow into/out of the end cap area. 1 Double Acting (Figure 1): Air supplied through port `A' forces the piston away from each other causing the pinion to rotate counter clockwise (with exhaust air exiting through port `B'). Air introduced through port `B' forces the piston towards each other Causing the pinion to rotate clockwise (with exhaust air exiting through port `A').

B. Lifting of Size 200 SR Actuator with the help of Sling

5. Putting into Service: 5.1 Before putting into service: 1. Inspect the actuator for any damage during transportation. 2. See all the connections have been made proper. 3. Ensure specified air pressure in the line. 4. Ensure proper quality of air i.e. air should not contain moisture in it.

5.

Adjust the stroke adjustment bolts as per requirement.

5.2 Installation: 1. Ensure that the desired failure mode is correct (Refer to figure no. 1,2 & 3). The `DelTorq' actuator typically operates counter clockwise to open and clockwise to close, it is possible to change this style of operation. If the spring return actuator is not set up in the configuration desired, follow the disassembly procedure section 5.2. Reverse the orientation of the pistons, and then reassemble following the assembly procedure, section 5.3. 2. Mount the actuator to the valve as per the desired orientation (parallel or perpendicular to the pipeline). Mounting with bracket: Place coupling on valve stem and actuator on mounting bracket. Align valve & actuator in order to eliminate unbalanced forces on the system; tighten all the assembly fasteners. Direct Mounting: Firstly position the actuator on valve. Insert the valve stem into the insert of pinion into the actuator. Align valve & actuator in order to eliminate

2 Spring Return: 2.1 Fail Clockwise (FCW) (Standard Scope of Supply) (Figure 2): Air introduced through port `A' forces the piston away from each other, compressing springs and causing the pinion to rotate counter clockwise (with exhaust air exiting through port `B'). Upon loss /release of air pressure, springs forces the piston towards center position causing pinion to rotate clockwise (FCW) (with exhaust air exiting through port `A').

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Installation, Operation & Maintenance Manual 2.2 Fail Counter Clockwise (FCCW) (Figure 3): Air introduced through port `A' forces the piston away from each other, compressing springs and causing the pinion to rotate clockwise (with exhaust air exiting through port `B'). Upon loss /release of air pressure, springs forces the piston towards center position causing pinion to rotate counter clockwise (FCCW) (with exhaust air exiting through port `A'). 7. Maintenance: 7.1 General: `DelTorq' actuator can be supplied with Metric / UNC fasteners. Under normal operating conditions, the actuator requires only periodic observation to ensure proper adjustment. Service kits are available to replace seals and bearings (soft parts). These parts are identified in Figure 24 and listed in Table 4. Table 1 lists kit numbers. 7.2 Disassembly: When disassembly of the actuator is required for maintenance, remove the actuator from the valve. Ensure proper lifting procedures are followed when moving or carrying actuators. Caution: Do not use M5 VDI/VDE mounting holes for lifting the actuator. When disassembling the ``DelTorq'' actuators, use caution and be certain that the actuator is free from accessories and the air supply is disconnected. When the actuator is a spring-return unit, make sure that the actuator is in the failed (closed) position before disassembling. 1. Removal of Local Position indicator (27) (Figure 4): 3. End Cap (02, 03) Disassembly (Figure 6): 2. Removal of Stroke adjustment Bolts (14) (Figure 5):

a)

Remove both the Stroke Adjustment Bolts (14) together with nut (16) washer (15) and `O' Ring (24). Replace the Stroke Adjustment Bolts (14) in case of excessive wear observed on the bolt surface.

a) a) b) Remove the counter sunk screw (29), if fitted. Remove the Local position indicator (27) from the pinion (05). It may be necessary to pry gently with a screwdriver.

Remove the end cap bolts (17) in the sequence shown in the (figure 6).

Caution: When disassembling a spring return actuator, the end cap (02, 03) should be loosen till spring tension get released. If there is still force on the end cap bolt (17), this may indicate a damaged spring cartridge and any further disassembly should be discontinued. Further disassembly of the end caps may result in serious personal injury. Return the actuator to DelTech for further maintenance. b) For spring return actuators, remove spring cartridges (08)

c) Remove end cap `O' rings (23) and discard if replacing all soft parts.

4. Piston (04) Disassembly (Figure 7):

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Installation, Operation & Maintenance Manual Table 2: Recommended Lubricants General Use Low Temperature 1. CASTROL GREASE - AP3 MOSIL - SN 64

Pinion (05) Assembly (Figure 09):

a)

b)

Hold the body (01) in a vice or similar device. Rotate the pinion (05) until the pistons (04) reach the end positions (i.e. the piston rack teeth disengages with pinion teeth). Caution: Air pressure should not be used to remove the pistons from the body. Clean and inspect the piston teeth for signs of wear. Replace pistons, if wear seems excessive. Remove piston `O' rings (22), piston guide band (10). Discard the `O' rings and guide band, if replacing the soft parts.

a) b)

Install the top and bottom bearings (11, 12) and `O' rings (20, 21) on to the pinion (05). Apply grease to the pinion bearings (11, 12), shaft `O' rings (20, 21) using general-purpose grease listed in table 2.

5. Removal of Pinion (05), Cam (06) and bearings (11, 12) (Figure 8):

a) b) c) d)

e)

f)

Remove the circlip (19) using a circlip plier. Remove the shim (25). Remove the top thrust bush (07). Apply a downward force to top of the pinion (05) so that the pinion will move out of the center of the body (01) and remove the cam (06), it may be necessary to pry gently to cam with a screwdriver. Observed the cam surface for excessive wear, where the stroke adjustment bolts are resting and the cam ID (Square c/s) replace the cam, if excessive wear is observed. Apply a downward force to top of the pinion (05) so that the pinion will move completely out of the bottom of the body (01). If the Pinion (05) does not move freely, gently tap with a plastic mallet. Remove the top and bottom bearings (11, 12) and top and bottom `O' rings (20, 21). Discard if replacing all soft parts.

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Insert the pinion (05) in to body (01) from the bottom side up to body center. Insert the cam (06) & bottom thrust bush (07) on the pinion (05).

6 Things to do during maintenance: 1. Clean all the parts of an actuator with the help of damp cloth. 2. Inspect all the parts of the actuator thoroughly. 3. Observe for any scratch on inner diameter of the actuator body. 4. Observe for any crack or wear of casting components. 5. Observe for any wear & tear of soft components. 6. If any wear found , replace that component with new one. 7.3 Assembly: Prior to assembly, ensure that all components are clean and undamaged. It is recommended to use the lubricants as mentioned in Table 2.

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e)

f)

Insert the pinion (05) into the body (01) from the bottom side. Ensure that bottom surface of the pinion should be around 0.5mm inside the body bottom face and the pinion top slot orientation is as shown in figure 11. Insert the top thrust bush (07) & shim (25) & circlip (19) (using the Circlip Plier) on the pinion (05). 2. Piston (04) Assembly (Figure 12 & 13):

Temporarily install the local position indicator (27) onto the pinion (05) to determine whether the correct stroke is obtained. Ensure that the arrow in the local position indicator (27) will rotate a minimum of 5° beyond the 90° vertical centerline of the actuator body (01) and a minimum of 5° beyond the 0° horizontal centerline of the actuator body as shown in figure 14. If the proper stroke is not obtained, remove the pistons and repeat from step 2c. Once proper stroke is obtained, remove the local position indicator (27).

a) b)

Fit piston pad (09), piston guide band (10), and piston orings (22) on the pistons (04). Apply grease to the internal bore of the body (01) & to the piston rack teeth using recommended general - purpose grease listed in table 2.

c)

d)

Press the two pistons simultaneously in the body bore until the pinion racks are engaged and rotate the pinion until the stroke is completed. Take care that the pistons are oriented correctly as per the fail position of the actuator (The standard fail action of actuator is fail clockwise). Refer Fig 12 & Fig 13. To ensure that the piston (04) teeth are evenly engaged, fully compress both the pistons inward and measure the distance from the edge of the body to the piston (04) face on each side, shown as dimension `A' in figure 13. If a different value is obtained on each side, remove the pistons and repeat from step 2c.

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SPRING RETURN ACTUATORS. For spring return actuator, insert the proper quantity of the spring cartridges (08) according to the pattern shown in Fig 16 (referring to the total number of springs). Insert the spring cartridges (08) as shown in Fig 16. Ensure proper alignment of spring cartridge during assembly of end cap. · Apply grease to the end cap `O' rings (23). Fit the `O' rings (23) into the groove in each end cap (02, 03). Fit the Plug Transfer port (13) inside the body (01) on each side. Fit the end caps. Insert all the end cap bolts (17) (Apply grease to the end cap bolts refer table no-3) and hand ghten.Complete tightening by following the sequence indicated in Fig 15.

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Installation, Operation & Maintenance Manual Position. (In most of the applications, this will be parallel to the actuator body i.e. at 00 ). If the pinion top slot is not in the correct counter-clockwise position, turn the left stop adjustment bolt (14) IN to reduce actuator travel, or OUT to increase actuator travel. When the correct counter-clockwise position is obtained, hold the adjusting bolt (14) stationary while tightening the nut (16). Special machined slot provided on the stroke adjustment bolt to release the pressurized air after extra Opening of the bolts hence to avoid blow out of the stroke adjustment bolts. (As shown in fig. 18a)

e) f) g)

DOUBLE ACTING ACTUATORS Table 3: Recommended Lubricants ANTI SEIZE GREASE

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MOSIL - 2200

Apply grease to (refer table no-2) the end cap `O' rings (23). Fit the `O' rings (23) into the groove in each end cap (02, 03). Fit the Plug Transfer port (13) inside the body (01) on each side. Fit the end caps (02, 03) onto the body (01), verifying that the `O' rings (23) remain in the groove. Insert all the end cap bolts (17) (Apply grease to the end cap bolts refer table no.3) and tighten the bolts as per torque given in torque table. Complete tightening by following the sequence indicated in Fig 17. 5. Local Position indicator Assembly (Figure 19): · · Fit local position indicator (27) assembly on to the pinion (05). Ensure that it indicates the correct Actuator position. Tighten the counter sunk screw (29) to secure the local position indicator

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3. Assembly of Stroke Adjustment Bolts (14): (Figure 18) a) b) c) 4. Insert the nut (16), washer (15) onto the stroke adjustment bolt. Insert the "O" Rings (24) in the body (01) "O" Ring groove. (Apply grease to the stroke adjustment bolt (14) Refer table No. 3) Screw in the bolts (14) into the body (01).

For valve Fail safe to close condition Local position indicator to be fitted on actuator as shown in fig. A For valve Fail safe to open condition Local position indicator to be fitted on actuator as shown in fig. B Convention for Local Position Indicator:

External Travel Stop Adjustment (Figure 18): The stroke adjustment bolt to the right controls the clockwise end of travel, while to the left controls the counter-clockwise end of travel. Cycle the actuator to the clockwise end of travel and determine if the pinion top slot is in the proper position (In most of the applications this will be perpendicular to the actuator body i.e. at 900) b) If the pinion top slot is not in the correct position, turn the right stop adjustment bolt (14) IN to reduce actuator travel, or OUT to increase actuator travel. c) When the correct clockwise position is obtained, hold the adjusting bolt (14) stationary while tightening the nut (16). d) Cycle the actuator to the counter-clockwise end of travel and measure to determine if the pinion top slot is in the proper

a)

Local Position Indicator showing VALVE in `CLOSE' condition FIG.A NOTE:

Local Position Indicator VALVE in `OPEN' condition FIG.B

1.Actuator considered being parallel to the pipeline 2. Valve considered being perpendicular to the pipeline

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Installation, Operation & Maintenance Manual 7.4 Tightning torques for actuator end cap bolts & valve with actuator mounting bolts:

Size

M4 M5 / 10-24 UNC M6 / 1/4"- 20 UNC M8 / 5/16"-18 UNC M10 / 3/8"- 16 UNC M12 / 1/2" - 13 UNC M16 / 5/8" - 11 UNC

Endcap bolts tightning torques (N-m)

5 10 16 40 80 135 360

Actuator mounting bolts tightning torques (N-m)

3 6 10 25 48 83 218

8. 100% TRAVEL STOP ARRANGEMENT. (FIG No, 20 & 21) (OPTIONAL)

This arrangement is used to restrict opening of the actuator to any position between full close (-5º) to full open (100º) position. This is achieved by rotating the stop bolt (31) in clock wise / counter clockwise direction as per the desired stroke.

Note: - 100% travel stop arrangement is possible in only one direction i.e. during opening of the actuator.

9. SIZE 045 ACTUATOR

9.1 Pinion design permits pinion to be inserted from top or bottom of the actuator to use all three bolts circles (F03, F04 & F05). 9.2 To use F03 & F05 Bolt Circle, Actuator to be assembled as shown in fig ­22 Note: - For Double acting actuator air to flow in right inlet port to open the actuator, to close the actuator air to flow in the left inlet port. In spring return actuator air to flow in right inlet port to compress the springs and open the actuator, Springs to close the actuator. 9.3 To use F04 Bolt Circle, Actuator to be assembled as shown in fig ­23 Note: - For Double acting actuator air to flow in left inlet port to open the actuator, to close the actuator air to flow in the right inlet port. In spring return actuator air to flow in left inlet port to compress the springs and open the actuator, Springs to close the actuator. 9.4 External travel stop arrangement given for opening the actuator at 0 to 90º or 0º to 95º position.

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Installation, Operation & Maintenance Manual 10.Things that are to be observed after maintenance: 1. Ensure that all internal ports are clear and free from foreign particles. 2. Ensure all the soft parts are cleaned & free from dust. 3. Ensure all the components are being assembled correctly. 4. Ensure cleanliness of inside grease before assembly. 5. All the parts are properly fitted. 6. End cap bolts are tightened to required tightening torques given in this IOM. 7. Adjust the stroke adjustment bolt as per instructions. 8. When putting into service after maintenance, observe the same things mentioned in section 5.3 11.Troubleshooting: 1. Check that air supply is at required pressure. 2. Ensure that the air supply is not restricted in any way. 3. Check for air leakage on supply lines to the actuator. 4. Check leakage at top & bottom of the pinion shaft. 5. Check for leakage across the piston seal by applying pressure to port B and looking for leakage from port A If required torque is not achieved, see for problem in the valve itself. the actuator gets mounted on the valve directly or indirectly, there is always metal-to-metal contact between valve stem & actuator insert. So any electrostatic discharge may ground through valve. User must ensure earthing of valve before installation.

Potential Ignition sources that can cause ignition: 1. 2. · Electrostatic phenomenon caused by non-metallic components. Dust Deposits in gap Connection pieces to valves must be designed for optimal dust protection Dust deposited on the exterior parts of the actuator must be removed regularly. Dust deposition layer should not be more than 5mm on connection pieces to the valve. Mechanical Impact on actuator body Take preventative measure to avoid mechanical impact on actuator body.

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12. IMPORTANT: 1. Periodic maintenance of the actuator to be carried out after every 2,00,000 cycles. 2. Soft parts of an actuator like Piston pad, piston band, `O' ring, bearings are to be replaced after every 5,00,000 cycles. (Refer spares list mentioned in section 17) 3. Surface temperature of actuator may get rise up to Maximum 490C under extreme working conditions (tested under lack of lubrication for internal moving parts & maximum working pressure.) 4. Always remove the air & electric supplies before carrying out any form of maintenance on an actuator. 5. Remove all the accessories like solenoid valve, AFR unit before carrying out maintenance. 5. This manual refers only for Deltorq series 21 actuator. Controls & accessories are referred to End user's scope. Deltech Controls recommends `CE (ATEX)' marked controls & accessories for its use in potentially explosive environment. 6. Control system should be designed such that starting of actuator should be possible only after voluntary actuation of control. 7. Actuator START/STOP function depends only upon supply of air. Control of air is scope of user. 8. Air to be supplied for actuator must be clean & dry and should not contain any hazardous gas. 9. In case of accidental blockage do not open actuator. Return the actuator to Deltech for further maintenance. 10. Do not size the actuator for higher torques than recommended to avoid overloading. 11.Silencer should be used to reduce the noise from actuator. It should be connected to exhaust port (B) of actuator. 13.Atex Instructions for use in potentially explosive environment. Safety Instructions: · · · Prevent any kind of ignition during installation, adjustment, putting into service & use. Assembly, disassembly & maintenance must be done outside potentially explosive areas. Installation, adjustment, putting into service, use, assembly, disassembly, and maintenance of pneumatic actuator is strictly reserved to qualified persons. Rubbing of shim & circlip and rubbing of shim & washer may produce electrostatic discharge. But as

14. Other instructions: 14.1 Necessary personal protection equipment: Although, pneumatic rack & pinion actuator does not need operator to operate & it operates on pneumatic energy, no special protection measures are needed while it is operating. But while handling the actuator operator must wear personal safety equipments such as hand gloves & safety shoes to avoid any kind of injury. Also operator must follow the instructions given for lifting heavy actuators. 14.2 Scrapping of soft parts: Soft parts are to be scraped, after use of them for predescribed operating cycles, according to the norms of countries in which they are being used. 14.3 Caution: Material used for local position indicator is Plastic, which may produce electrostatic charges due to rubbing action. So it must be cleaned with damp cloth to avoid any kind of electrostatic discharge. 14.4 Emergency Situations: In emergency situatuations it is always advisable to stop the operation of actuator. As the actuator operates on pneumatic energy, the only way to stop the actuator by cut- off air supply. In case of emergency contact the Authorized Representative of Deltech ControlsPvt. Ltd. in the respective country. 14.5 Legal Bindings: Strictly adhere to instructions given in this IOM for intended use of the product. Deltech Control will not be responsible for misuse of equipment at customer end.

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16. Exploded View: (Figure-24)

17. Part List:

NOTE: For ordering of individual component refer above table. Order the individual component by giving number & part description for particular size of actuator.

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18. Ordering Code for Actuators:

SERIES ACTUATOR SIZE NO. OF SPRING SHAFT ROTATION DIGIT-8 BOLT CIRCLE DIAMETER & UNC TAPPING DIGIT-9 SHAFT CONNECTION DIGIT-10 DIGIT-11 00 = Serrated 01= 0.55x0.39 (055 / 065) 03 = 0.75 x 0.51 (075 / 085) 04 = 0.87 x 0.63 (100 / 115) 05 = 1.18x 0.87 (125 to 175) 22 = Ø1.38 R & K SPECIAL OPTION DIGIT-12 0 = Standard actuator (No Special requirements.) Note:- for special requirement as specified by customer.

DIGIT-1 DIGIT-2 DIGIT-3 DIGIT-4 DIGIT-5 DIGIT-6 DIGIT-7 21 = standard actuator 2L = for low temperature actuator 045 055 065 075 085 100 115 125 150 175 200

00 = Double acting C = fail clockwise 12 = spring return, direction (STD) 6&6 F = Fail counter clockwise direction

P= 1.97/1.42/1.65, 1/4"-20 10-24UNC T= 2.76/1.97/1.42 5/16"-18 1/4"-20 S = Stayput (for 10-24UNC double acting) A= counter 2.76/1.97 clockwise. 5/16"-18 1/4"-20 Y = Stay put (for 7 = double acting) 4.01/2.76 clockwise 3/8" -16 opening 5/16"-18 B= 4.92/4.01/2.76 1/2"-13 3/8" -16 5/16"-18 Y= 4.92/4.01 1/2"-13 3/8" -16 D= 6.5/4.92 3/4" -10 1/2"-13

Ordering Code for Repair Kit/ Seal Kit :

COMPONENT CODE DIGIT-6 DIGIT-7

SERIES DIGIT-1 DIGIT-2

ACTUATOR SIZE DIGIT-3 DIGIT-4 045 055 065 075 085 100 115 125 150 175 200 DIGIT-5

MATERIAL CODE DIGIT-8 3 = Nitrile (Normal temperature) 4 = Viton (High temperature) S = Silicon (Low temperature)

TEMPERATURE DIGIT-9 L = Low temperature N = Normal temperature H = High temperature

REVISION DIGIT-10

21 = standard actuator 2L = for low temperature actuator

RK = Repair Kit SK = Seal Kit

DelTech Controls, L.L.C.

6068 Hwy. 73 ,Geismar, LA 70734 USA Phone: (225) 744 - 4326 Fax: (225) 744 - 4328

Address of Authorised Representative

Note: If you have any technical questions that have not been taken into account in this manual, then please contact the Authorized representative of Deltech Controls.

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