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GARDNER DENVER-
ELECTRA-SAVER II
STATIONARY
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tc.:
13"21 "600
V ersion: 02
---f;\1-;!g,ust 12, i OOB
BASE-MOUN.TED. & TANK MOUNTED
COMPRESSOR
MODELS- EBE99Q
15, 20, 25, 30 HP
60HZ
INTERNATIONAL MODELS
EBE99R
20, 25, 30 HP
(15, 19,22 KW)
50 HZ
OPERATING AND
SERVICE MANUAL
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MAINTAIN COMPRESSOR RELIABILITY AND PERFORMANCE WITH
GENUINE GARDNER DENVER COMPRESSOR PARTS AND SUPPORT SERVICES
Gardner Denver Compressor genuine parts, manufactured to design tolerances, are developed for optimum dependability-
specifically for Gardner Denver compressor systems. Design and material innovations are the result of years of experience with
hundreds of different compressor applications. Reliability in materials and quali ty assurance is incorporated in our genuine
replacement parts.
Your authorized Gardner Denver Compressor distributor offers all the backup you' ll need. An AirSmart"' network of authorized
di stri butors provides the finest product support in the air compressor industry.
Your authorized distri butor can support your Gardner Denver air compressor with these services:
1. Trained parts specialists to assist you in selecting the correct replacement parts.
2. Factory warranted new and remanufactured rotary screw ai rends. Most popul ar model remanufactured airends are
maintained in stock at the Remanufacturing Center in Indianapolis, IN., for purchase on an exchange basis with liberal
core credit available for the replacement uni t.
3. A full line of factory tested AEONn compressor lubri cants specifically formul ated for use in Gardner Denver compressors.
4. Repair and maintenance kits designed with the necessary parts to simplify servicing your compressor.
Authorized distributor service technicians are factory trained and skilled in compressor maintenance and repair. They are ready to
respond and assist you by providing fast, expert maintenance and repair services.
For the location of your local authorized Gardner Denver Air Compressor distributor, refer to the yellow pages of your
phone directory, check the Gardner Denver Web Site at www.gardnerdenver.com or contact:
Gardner Denver
1800 Gardner Expressway
Quincy, IL 62305
Phone:
Fax:
(217) 222-5400
(217) 224-7814
INSTRUCTIONS FOR ORDERING REPAIR PARTS
When ordering parts, specify Compressor MODEL, Method of Cooling, HORSEPOWER and SERIAL NUMBER (see
nameplate on unit). The Airend Seri al Number is also stamped on top of the discharge bearing carri er casting.
All orders for Parts should be placed with the nearest authorized distributor.
Where NOT specified, quantity of parts required per compressor or unit is one (1 ); where more than one is required
per unit, quantity is indicated in parenthesis. SPECIFY EXACTLY THE NUMBER OF PARTS REQUIRED.
DO NOT ORDER BY SETS OR GROUPS.
To determine the Right-Hand and Left-Hand side of a compressor, stand at the motor end and look toward the
compressor. Right-Hand and Left- Hand are indicated in parenthesis following the part name, i.e. (RH) and (LH),
when appropri ate.
13-21-600 Page1
FOREWORD
Gardner Denver Rotary Screw compressors are the result of advanced engineering and skilled
manufacturing. To be assured of receiving maximum service from this machine the owner must exercise
care in its operati on and maintenance. This book is written to give the operator and maintenance
department essential information for day-to-day operation, maintenance and adjustment. Careful
adherence to these instructions will result in economical operation and minimum downti me.
DANGER
Danger is used to indicate the presence of a hazard which will cause severe
ersonal in' u , death, or substantial ro ert dama e if t he warn in is i nored.
& WARNING
Warning is used to indicate the presence of a hazard which can cause severe
personal injury, death, or substantial property damage if t he warning is ignored.
CAUTION
NOTICE
Notice is used to notify people of installation, operation or maintenance
information which is important but not hazard-related.
This book covers the following models:
HP (kW) PSIG (bar) Air Cooled Parts Li st Control Manual Communi cat ion
Module
15(11) 100, 125, 150, 175 EBE99Q 13-20-500 13-17-600 13-17-604
20 (15) 100, 125, 150, 175 EBE99Q 13-20-500
13-17-600 13- 17-604
(6.9), (8.6), (10.3), (1 2.1) EBE99R 13-20-501
25 (19) 100, 125, 150, 175 EBE99Q 13-20-500
13-17-600 13-17-604
(6.9), (8.6), (1 0.3), (12.1) EBE99R 13-20-501
30 (22) 100, 125, 150, 175 EBE99Q 13-20-500
13-1 7-600 13-1 7-604
(6.9), (8.6) , (1 0.3), (12. 1) EBE99R 13-20-501
13-21-600 Page 2
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Maintain Compressor Reliability And Performance With Genuine Gardner Denver Compressor Parts And
Support Services .... ............................................. ...................... ..... .... ..................... ...................................... 1
Instructi ons For Ordering Repai r Parts ........................ .. ... .. ............................ .......... ..................... ............... 1
Foreword ...... ..................................... ... .... ... ............. ......... ........ .... .... .. .... ........... ....... ..... .... ... ....... .. ... ............ 1
lndex ............. ...... ..... .. ...... .. ..... ..... ................. ......... ................. ...... .. ... ......................... .. .. .. ............. ....... .... .. ... 4
List Of Illustrations ........ ..... ..... ........................ ................................. .. ..... ..................................... .................. 6
Section 1, General Information ................................ .. .......... ...... ........ ............................. .............................. 8
Section 2, Installation ........ ............. .................. ............ ................. ... .. .................................. ....................... 14
Section 3, Starting & Operating Procedures .... .. .. .......................... .. .. ................................... ...................... 21
Section 4, Controls & Instrumentation ..................... ... .......................................... ...................................... 26
Secti on 5, Lubri cation. Oil Cooler, Oil Fi lter & Separator .............. .. ........................................ .................... 56
Section 6, Air Filter ........... ..... ......................................................... ......... ................ ..... ....... ... .... ...... ........... 67
Section 7, Belt Drive ....... .............................. ........ .. .. ........... .............. .... ....... ... ...... ....... ....... ... .. ........ .. ... ... ... 69
Section 8, Maintenance Schedule ......... .......... ........................................ ... .... ....... ........... .. .... ....... .. .. .. ....... 71
Section 9, Troubleshooting ........... ........ .. ............ .................................. ... ................................................... 73
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INDEX
Addition Of Oil Between Changes ................... 59 Lubricant
Air Cooled Unit ................................................. 14 Recommended ............................................. 56
Air Filter Lubricant Change Procedure ........................... 57
Section 6 ....................................................... 67 Lubrication
Air Filter Element. ................................... .......... 67 Motor ......................... ..... ............. .. ............... 20
Air Filter Element Life .................... ................... 68 Lubri cation, Cooli ng And Seali ng ....................... 8
Air Flow In Compressor System ........................ 8 Lubri cation, Oi l Cooler, Oil Filter & Separator
Air Smart Operation .. .. .................. .......... .. ....... 26 Section 5 .. .... ........................................ ........ 56
Auxi liary Air Receiver .. .. .... .. .......... .. .. .. .. ........... 18
Maintenance Schedule
Belt Drive Secti on 8 . .. . .. .. . .. . . . . .. .. .. . . .. .. . .. . . . .. .. . . . .. . .. .. .. . .. . 71
Section 7 ............. ...................... ....... .. ........... 69 Moisture In The Oil System ............................. 59
Belt Tension Moisture Separator/Trap .................................. 18
Checking .......... ...... .... .... ............................... 69 Motor Lubrication ............................................. 20
Slowdown Valve Piping .. .................................. 19
Oil Change Interval .......................................... 61
Cold Weather Operation .......... .............. .. ........ 17 Oil Cooler
Cold Weather Operation, Installation For ......... 17 Compressor ........ ............................. .. ........... 64
Compression Principle ....................................... 8 Oi l Filter
Compressor ............ .. .... .. .................................... 8 Compressor .................................................. 63
Compressor Oil Filter ....................................... 63 Oi l Reservoir .. .............. ........ .. .......................... 65
Compressor Oi l Separator ............................... 65 Oi l Reservoir Drain .... .. .... .. .......................... ..... 15
Compressor Oil System Check .... .... ................ 66 Oi l Separator
Compressor System Com pressor ....... .. ... ........... ....... .. ..... ..... ........ 65
Air Flow ..... .... ...... ........ .. ........... ... .... ......... ... .... 8 Inspection .. .. ...... ... .... .. .................................. 66
Control Devices ........... ... .. ... ....... .... ............ ...... 27 Removal For Inspecti on Or Replacement.. .. 66
Control Piping .............. ... .. ..... .... ....................... 18 Oil Sight Gauges .. ...................................... ...... 59
Controls & Instrumentation Oi l Specifications ............................ ................. 56
Section 4 ....................................................... 26 Oi l System
Cooling, Sealing And Lubrication .......... .. ........... 8 Compressor .................................................. 56
Draining And Cleaning .................... ........ ..... 62
Daily Check .... .. .................. ...................... ........ 23 Fill ing Oil Reservoir ...................................... 62
Decals ............................... .. ............................. 13 Oil System Check ............................................ 66
Decals .............................................................. 12 Air And Oil Discharge Temperature ............. 66
Discharge Service Line .................................... 18 Compressor Oil Inlet Temperature ............... 66
Oil Cooler Oil Pressure Differential ............ .. 66
Electri cal Wiring ............................................... 19 Oil Cooler Temperature Differential ............. 66
Enclosure .............. .. ................................ .. ....... 16 Oil Inlet Pressure .......................................... 66
Operation
Filter Cold Ambient .................................... ............ 58
Compressor Oil ... ...... ....... .. ........... .. .............. 63 High Temperature ........................................ 57
Foundation ....... .......... .... .. .. .. ............................ 15
Gauges Pressure Differential Gauging .......................... 65
Oi l Sight ............................ ............................ 59 Prestart-Up Instructions ...... .. ........................... 21
General Information, Section 1 .......................... 8 Air Filter ....................... ................................. 21
Grounding .. ............ ... ..... ...... ............................. 19 Enclosure ............. .............................. ....... ... 22
Grounding ....... ............ .................... ............. . 21
High Temperature Operation .......... ........ ......... 57 Operating Mode ............................................ 22
Piping ................ .......................................... . 21
Inlet Line ........................................................... 18 Rotation .............. .......................................... 22
Inlet Tube ........................ ................................. 68 System Pressure .......................................... 22
Installation Quick Start Guide .......... .. ................................. 24
Section 2 .......................... .......... ................... 14 Safety Precautions .................................... ...... . 10
Sealing, Lubrication And Cleaning .... ................. 8
Lifting Unit ...................... .................... ........ ...... 14 Separator
Location .................. ..... ............................ ......... 14 Compressor Oil .... ................. ......... ...... .... ... . 65
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Service Check Li st .. ........... .. .. ... ........ .......... ..... 71
Every 1000 Hours Operation ... .. ....... ... .. .. ..... 71
Every 125 Hours Operation ....... ......... ... ....... 71
Every 6000 Hours Operation .... ... .... .. .. ..... .... 71
Every 8 Hours Operation ... ............ .... ........... 71
Every Year ....... .......... .. .. ......... ....... .. ..... ........ 71
Motor Lubri cation .... .. ...... ... .. ...... ........... .. .. .... 71
Oil Separator ..... ..... .. ....... .. ... ..... .............. ... .. 71
Service Check Li st
Air Fi lter .... .... ... .. .... .... ..... .... ........ ..... .. .. ......... 71
Starti ng & Operating Procedures, Section 3 .. .. 21
Starting The Unit .. .... .... ...... .... .. ... .. ....... .... ....... . 22
Unit Cold ... .. ... ... .. ... .... .......... ..... .. ....... ... .... .... 22
Unit Hot ..... ... .... .. .. .. .. ..... .... .. ... ............... ... .. .. 23
Stopping The Unit .... ...... ..... ... .. .... ... .... ... ... ..... .. 23
Thermal Control (Thermostatic Mixing) Valve .64
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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Figure 1-1 -Compressor Cycle ..... ...... .................. ....... .............. ... ........................ .................. ... .... ... .. ......... 8
Figure 1-2 - Package - Minimum Pressure/Check Valve Separator & Oil Filter ........ .... ........ ....... .. ....... ..... 8
Figure 1-3 - Package- Oil Level Gauges, Starter/Control Box & Air Filter ... .. .... ..... .. ... .... .. .......... .............. 9
Figure 2-1- Typical Compressor Room ..... ... ..................... : .............. ....... ................................ .................. 15
Figure 2-2- Minimum Air Flow ........... .... ............. .... ................. ... .................................. ... .......................... 15
Figure 2-3- Cold Weather Installation ..... ......... ........ ... ........ .......... .......... ... ..... ... .... ...... .. ....... ....... .... ...... ... 16
Figure 2-4 - Inl et Line Lengths ............ .......... .... ............................................................... ......... ... ...... .... .. .. 18
Figure 2-5 - Motor Grease Recommendations (-30C To 50C) ............ .. ........... .... .. ... ............... ....... .... ... 20
Figure 2-6- Electric Motor Regreasing Interval ...... ............... ..... ....... ........... ...... ....................................... 20
Figure 4-1 -Control Schematic .. ... ........ ........... ......................... ................. ........ .................. ...... ....... ......... 26
Figure 4-2- Key Pad ............. ... ..... ........................... ......................... .... .. .............. .... ................... .. ............ 27
Figure 4-3- Minimum Pressure/Check Valve ........ .......... ........ ............ ........... .. .... ...... .................. .. .. ......... 28
Figure 4-4 - Inlet Valve ..................... ......... ..................... ............ .. ...... ................ .. ...................................... 28
Figure 4-5 - Pressure Chart .......................................................................................... ................... ........... 31
Figure 4-6 - Subtractive Pilot (Closed) ................................ ........................... .. ........ ... .. ...... ... ........ .. .... ...... 31
Figure 4-7 - Subtractive Pilot (Opened) ...................... ............................. ........... ........ .. ........ .............. .. .... . 31
Figure 4-8 - Maximum Set Points For Airsmart Controller ........................ .. .. ..... ........ ........... ....... .... .. ........ 33
Figure 4-9 -Wiring Diagram - Wye Delta 15, 20, 25, & 30 HP (200 & 460 Volt) ............ ...... .................... 34
Figure 4-10 - Wiring Diagram - Wye Delta 15, 20, 25 & 30 HP (230 Volt) ................................................ 36
Figure 4-11 - Wiring Diagram - Full Voltage 15 HP (200 & 460 Volt) 20, 25 & 30 HP (460 Volt) ............. 38
Figure 4- 12 - Wiring Diagram - Full Voltage 20, 25 & 30 HP (200 Volt) ........... ........ .............................. . .40
Figure 4-13 - Wiring Diagram - Full Volt- 15 & 20 HP (230 Volt) .......... ....... .. .... ........ ............... ........ .. ..... 42
Figure 4-14 - Wiring Diagram - Full Voltage 25 & 30 HP (230 Volt) ........... ...... ................ ...... ........ ....... .... 44
Figure 4-15- Wiring Diagram - Less Starter (200 & 460 Volt) ................................ ......... ....... .. .............. .. 46
Figure 4-16- Wiring Diagram - Less Starter (230 Volt) .......... ..... ................................................... ........ ... 48
Figure 4-17 - Wiring Diagram - Wye Delta (575 Volt) .. .... .. .... .. ........ ... .. ....... ........ .... .. ............................... 50
Figure 4-18- Wiring Diagram - Full Volt (575 Volt) ............. ....... ..... .... .. ...... ..... ........ .. ...... .... .. ........ .... .... ... 52
Figure 4 19- Wiring Diagram - Less Starter (575 Volt) ............ .. .......... ........ .... ........... .................... .......... 54
Figure 5-1 - Flow Diagram - Air/Oi l System ............................................................................................... 56
Figure 5-2 - Approximate Oil System Capacities .......... .. ... .. ......... .... ...... .................. ............... .. .......... .. .... 58
Figure 5-3- Dew Point Chart F .. .... .. .. ........... ..... ..... .. .... .. .... .. ... .. .... .... .......... ... .. .... .............. .. ..... .. ............. 60
Figure 5-4- Dew Point Chart ac .......... .... ... .. ... ................... .. .............................. .. .......................... ... .. ...... 61
Figure 5-5 - Oil Change Interval ...... .... .. ...... .. .... .. .................. .. ....... .............. .... .... ................ .. .. ............ ...... 61
Figure 5-6 - Thermostatic Mixing Valve .......... ........ .......... ..... ..... .. ...... ...... ...... .. .......... .. .... ... .... ...... ....... ..... 64
Figure 6-1 - Heavy Duty Air Filter ....... .. .. .. .. .. .. ........ .. ... ... ......... ..... ... .... ............................ ........... ........ .. ...... 67
Figure 7-1 -Belt Tension 3VX Belts .. ......... .. ........................ ....... ......... ...... ....... .... ....... .... ... ......... .. ... ......... 70
13-21-600 Page 6
SECTION 1
GENERAL INFORMATION
INlET
Figure 1-1 - COMPRESSOR CYCLE
COMPRESSOR- The Gardner Denver compressor is a single stage, positive displacement rotary
machine using meshing helical rotors to effect compression. Both rotors are supported between high
.capacity roller bearings located outside the compression chamber. Single width cylindrical roller bearings
are used at the inlet end of the rotors to carry part of the radial loads. Tapered roller bearings at the
discharge end locate each rotor axially and carry all thrust loads and the remainder of the radial loads.
COMPRESSION PRINCIPLE (Figure 1-1)- Compression is accomplished by the main and secondary
rotors synchronously meshing in a one-piece cylinder. The main rotor has four (4) helical lobes 90apart.
The secondary rotor has six (6) matching helical grooves 60apart to allow meshing with main rotor
lobes.
The air inlet port is located on top of the compressor cylinder near the drive shaft end. The discharge port
is near the bottom at the opposite end of the compressor cylinder. FIGURE 1-1 is an inverted view to
show inlet and discharge ports. The compression cycle begins as the rotors unmesh at the inlet port and
air is drawn into the cavity between the main rotor lobes and the secondary rotor grooves (A). When the
rotors pass the inlet port cutoff, air is trapped in the interl obe cavity and fl ows axially with the meshing
rotors (B). As meshing continues, more of the main rotor lobe enters the secondary rotor grove, normal
volume is reduced and pressure increases.
Oil is injected into the cylinder to remove the heat of compression and seal internal clearances. Volume
reduction and pressure increase continues until the air/oi l mixture trapped in the interlobe cavity by the
rotors passes the discharge port and is released to the oil reservoir (C) . Each rotor cavity follows the
same "fill-compress-discharge" cycle in rapid succession to produce a discharge air fl ow that is
continuous, smooth and shock free.
AIR FLOW IN THE COMPRESSOR SYSTEM (Figure 5-1, page 56)- Air enters the air filter and passes
through the inlet unloader valve and on into the compression chamber where oil is injected into the air.
After compression, the air/oil mixture passes into the oil reservoir where most of the entrained oil is
removed by velocity change and impingement and drops back into the reservoir. The air and remai ning
oi l then passes through the air/oil separator. The air then passes through the minimum pressure/check
valve, the aftercooler and the moisture separator and into the plant air lines.
LUBRICATION, COOLING AND SEALING- Oi l is forced by air pressure from the oil reservoir through the oil
cooler, thermostatic mixing valve, and oil filter and discharge into the compressor main oil gallery. A portion of
the oil is directed through internal passages to the bearings and shaft oil seal. The balance of the oil is injected
directly into the compression chamber to remove heat of compression, seal internal clearances and lubricate
the rotors.
13-21-600 Page 8
OI L RESERVOIR FILLER
OIL SEPARATOR
303EBE797-A
(Ref. Drawing)
I
OIL RESERVOIR _j
PRESSURt: RELIEF VALVE
1-iiNitIUII PRESSURE/CHECK VALVE
BY-PASS PIPII\G
li DI STURE
SEPARATOR
200EBE797
(Ref. Drawing)
Figure 1-2 - PACKAGE- MINIMUM PRESSURE/CHECK VALVE SEPARATOR & OIL FILTER
13-21-600 Page 8
l
OIL LEVEL SIGHT GAUGES
AIR FILTER
Et.:ERGENCY BUTTON ~ ~ ~ - - - - - - - .
303EBE797 -A
(Ref. Drawing)
L l
STARTER/CONTROL BOX ______j
CONTROL PANEL
RESERVOIR ;:;JL ORI\JN - ~ ~ - -
Figure 1-3 - PACKAGE- OIL LEVEL GAUGES, STARTER/CONTROL BOX & AIR FILTER
13-21-600 Page 9
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Safety is everybody's business and is based on your use of good common sense. All situations or
circumstances cannot always be predicted and covered by established rul es. Therefore, use your past
experience, watch out for safety hazards and be cautious. Some general safety precautions are given
below:

A DANGER
Failure to observe these notices could result in injury to or death of personnel.
Keep fingers and clothing away from revolving fan, drive coupling, etc.
Do not use the air di scharge from this unit for breathing - not suitable for
human consumption.
Do not loosen or remove t he oil filler plug, drain plugs, covers, the
thermostatic mixing valve or break any connections, etc. , in the compressor
air or oil system until the unit is shut down and the air pressure has been
rel ieved.
Electrical shock can and may be fatal.
Compressor unit must be grounded in accordance with the National
Electrical Code. A ground jumper equal to the si ze of the equipment ground
conductor must be used to connect the compressor motor base to the unit
base.
Fan motors must remain grounded to the main base through the starter
mounting panel in accordance with the Nat ional Electrical Code.
Open the main disconnect switch, tag and lockout before working on the
control.
Disconnect the compressor unit from its power source, tag and lockout
before working on the unit - this machine is automatically controlled and
may start at any time.
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& WARNING
Failure to observe these notices could result in damage to equipment.
Stop the unit if any repairs or adjustments on or around the compressor are
required.
Disconnect the compressor unit from its power source, tag and lockout
before working on the unit - this machine is automatically controlled and
may start at any time.
An Excess Flow Valve should be on all compressed air supply hoses,
exceeding 1/2 inch inside diameter. (OSHA Regulation, Section 1926.302, or
local regulations)
Do not exceed the rated maximum pressure values shown on the nameplate.
Do not operate unit if safety devices are not operating properly. Check
periodically. Never bypass safety devices.
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DECALS
DISCHARGE AIR US0 fOR
BREATHING Will CAUSE
SEYER[ INJURY OR O[ATH.
CONSUlT f ll !RAT ION
SPECIAL IST fOR
ADDITIONAL f iLTRAT ION
AND TR[ATI4[Nl [OUIPWENT
TO WHT HEALTH AND
SAfETY
206EAQ077
HI GH VOLT AGE.
ROTATING MACHINERY.
AIR AND OIL
UNOE R PRE SSURL
IMPROPER t.4001F I CAT ION
OF EOUIPMENT WILL
CAUSE SEVERE PERSONAL
INJURY OR DEATH.
l iKAOtll
AIR Alii> OIL UNO
WI LL CAt$( S[Y1[ PUSOIIAL
JIJUIY OR I)(ATI.
SHUIDOWII Cf)WI[S5011 ANI>
RELif:YE snm or AU
IUSVII WORt: M.MOYI IG
VALVES. CAPS.
FITTI IIGUOL lS AND FlllU$.
-
212EAQ077

DO NOT MODIFY
UNIT WITHOUT
WR ITTEN PERMISS ION
FROM MANUFACTURER.
218EAQ077
ROTATING lo4ACHINERY CAN
CAUSE INJURY OR DEATH.
KEEP All GUARDS AND
SAFETY DEVICES IN
PLACE.
211EAQ077
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UNIT CAN AUTOIIATICALL Y
RES TAR!.
CAN CAUSE PERSONAL IN.MIY
OR DEATH.
I(HOW WOO[ Of OPERATION
BEfORE WORKING ON OR
NEAR THE WACHINE.
NJU .. II
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DECALS
(l[C TRICAL SHOCK fROM
IMPROPER GROUNDING CAN ~ - . , . . ~ 0
CAUSE INJURY OR DEATH. ---..::::::/ 'jf'.
GROUND UNIT AND RELATED
EOUIPI.4ENT ACCORDING TO
NATIONAL ElECTRIC CODE
AND LOCAL REGULATIONS.
216EAQ077
AIR AND OIL UNDER
PRESSURE.
CAN CAUSE SEVERE
PERSONAL INJURY
OR DEATH.
INSPECT OIL RESERVOIR
FOR CRACKS AT LEAST
ANNUALLY.
217EAQ077
ELECTRICAL ARCING CAN
CAUSE A FIRE WHEN UNIT IS
MOUNTED ON A COMBUSTIBU
SURFACE RESULTING IN
PERSONAL INJURY OR
PROPERTY DAMAGE.
UNIT MUST BE MOUNTED ON
A flOOR PLATE EXTENDING
ON ALL SlOES.
SEE INSTALLATION
DRAWING fOR PROPER
DI1.4ENSIONS.
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ELECTRICAL SHOCK CAN
CAUSE INJURY OR DEATH.
OISCONNEC T ALL CIRCUITS
BEFORE WORKING ON THIS
CONTROL.
SEE WIRING DIAGRAM.
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MACHIN[ DAI.4AG[ OR INJURY
CAN OCCUR DUE TO IMPROPER
LifT lNG.
DO NOT Llf T MACHIN[ WITH
THE MOTOR EYEBOLT.
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SECTI ON 2
INSTALLATION
GENERAL -On receipt of the unit, check for any damage that may have been incurred duri ng transit.
Report any damage or missing parts as soon as possibl e.
& CAUTI ON
Do not el ectric weld on the compressor or base; bearings can be damaged by
passage of current.
LIFTING UNIT - Proper lifting and/or transporting methods must be used to prevent damage. Lifting slots
are provided in the base for tow motor use. The unit may also be moved into location by roll ing on bar.
;._\

Lift compressor unit by base only. Do not use other places such as motor,
compressor or discharge manifold piping as lifting points.
A DANGER
The eyebolts or lugs provided on the motor are for lifting the motor only and
should not be used to lift any additional weight. All eyebolts must be securely
tightened. When lifting the motor, the lifting angl e must not exceed 15 degrees.
Failure to observe this warning may result in damage to equipment or personal
injury.
A DANGER
Compressor, air/oil reservoir, separation chamber and all piping and tubing
may be at high temperature during and after operation.
Location (Figure 2-1, page 15) - The compressor should be install ed where it is protected from rain, snow
and freezing temperatures, in a clean, well-li ghted, well -ventil ated area with ample space al l around for
maintenance. Select a location that provides a cool, clean, dry source of air. In some cases it may be
necessary to install the air filter at some distance from the compressor to obtain proper air supply.
Air-Cooled Unit- A combination oil/aftercooler is supplied as standard equipment on all air-cooled units.
The air-cooled unit with the standard enclosure requires sufficient fl ow for t he compressor oil/aftercooli ng
system and electric motor cooling (Figure 2-2, page 15). Air is drawn into the unit at the motor side of the
enclosure and is exhausted at the cooler side. Do not block the air fl ow to and from the unit. Allow three
and one half (3-1/2) feet ( 1.1 M) to the nearest obstruction on the starter end and control box end of t he
unit. Allow two (2) feet (.6M) to the nearest obstruction above and on other sides of unit. For continuous
effi ciency, oil cooler cores must be peri odically cleaned with either vacuum or compressed air. If wet
cleaning is required, shi eld motor and spray on a mild soap solution and flush with clean water.
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& WARNING
For aluminum oil coolers, do not use any cleaning solution t hat is not
compatible wi t h alumi num. Use of improper solution may result in damage to
t he cool er.
LOUVERED
WI NDOW

EXHAUST fAN
A I R OUT
COMPRESSOR
UNIT
A7511 9
LOUVERED
WINDOW
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Figure 2-1 - TYPICAL COMPRESSOR ROOM
Minimum Air Flow* for Compressor and Cooling
Cubic Feet/Minute (Cubic Meters/Minute)
Air Cooled
All Models 3000 cfm (170 M
3
/min.)
* 80F (27C) Inlet Ai r
Figure 2-2- MINIMUM AIR FLOW
FOUNDATION - Rotary screw compressors require no special foundation, but should be mounted on a
smooth, solid surface. Whenever possible install the unit near level. Temporary installation may be
made at a maximum 10angle lengthwise or 10sidewise. Mounting bolts are not normall y required.
However, installati on conditions such as pipi ng rigidity, angle of tilt, or danger of shifting from outside
vi bration or moving vehicles may require the use of mounting bolts and shi ms to provide uniform support
for the base. Belt alignment and tension should be checked after installation. (For information on Belt
Alignment and Tension see Section 7, page 69.)
OIL RESERVOIR DRAIN - The oil drai n is piped from the bottom of the reservoir to the side of the frame.
This drain is approximately 2 inches (50 mm) above the floor level. If this is not sufficient to conveniently
drain the oil, some other methods of providing drain are:
1. Elevate the compressor unit on a suitable structure to obtain the desired drain height.
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If\ CAUTION
If the compressor unit base is raised above floor level, the space between the
floor and the base bottom must be closed with solid material all around to
prevent re-circulation of hot air from the oil cooler end and over temperature
operation.
2. Construct an oil sump or trough below the fl oor level and pump or bail the drained oil.
3. Pump oil from the reservoir filler opening or drain to a container.
ENCLOSURE- The compressor, electric motor, oil cooler and aftercooler are mounted inside the
enclosure. Service doors are provided for maintenance access. Be sure to allow enough space around
the unit for the doors to be removed.
Any of the enclosure doors may be removed by opening the door and lifting it up slightly to disengage the
hinges.
COMPRESSOR
8 FT. (2.4M)
PLYWOOD "FENC E"
WELLMAN RADIANT 2- ELEMENT
HEATER ( QR EQUALI
4FT.
R!-1400 WITH l 21 RH4502
ELEMENTS - 2 REO D.
3.200 VIA TTS EACH Y'( 1.2M)
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8FT. (2. 4M)
PLYWOOD "FE NC E"
AWAY f R O ~ I PREVAILING WINDS
WELLMAN RADIANT 2- ELEMENT
HEATER lOR EQUALI
ELEVATION VI EW
RH7000 I'll TH l21 RH7502
ELEMENTS - Z REO D
&.ZOO VIA TTS EACH
Figure 2-3- COLD WEATHER INSTALLATION
A DANGER
Do not operate the compressor with the fan and belt guard removed. Exposed
fan and belts may cause injury to personnel.
The motor inspection/air filter service panel is held by two latches and lifts away from the enclosure. The
air outlet panel is attached by screws to the enclosure and is not readily removable.
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INSTALLATION FOR COLD WEATHER OPERATION (Figure 2-3, page 16) - It is recommended that the
unit be installed inside a shelter that wi ll be heated to temperatures above freezing (32F, 0C). This will
eliminate many of the problems associated with operating units in cold climates, such as freezing in
control lines and downstream of the cooler.
Refer to Engineering Data Sheet 13-9-411 for the advantages of using the heat recovered from rotary
compressors. This heat recovery could easily pay for an adequate shelter for the unit.
When an outside installation must be made, the precautions required will depend on the severity of the
environment. The following are general guidelines for outside installations:
& WARNING
Failure to remove condensate from an idle cooler in freezing temperatures will
cause permanent cooler damage. Drain condensate after system shutdown. It
is the owner/operator's responsibility to ensure that condensate has been
drained and cooler dried out to prevent cooler damage.
Cold Weather (Down To +10F, -12C)
1. Be sure all drains, traps, and control lines, including pressure transducer lines are heated to avoi d
freezing of condensate. Heat tape with thermostat control is generally satisfactory for this purpose
and can be obtained at various local plumbing or hardware outlets at nominal cost.
2. If an air-cooled aftercooler is to be used, provisions to bypass the aftercool er must be made. Since
cold air contains very little moisture, successful operation can be achieved without the aftercooler.
3. Provide at least some simple shelter such as a plywood windbreak to protect against drifting snow.
4. Use only Gardner Denver AEON 9000SP lubricant.
5. Monitor unit carefully during start-up and operation to be sure it is functioning normally.
6. Specify NEMA 4 enclosure for electrical devices.
Extreme Cold Weather Operation (Down To -40F, -40C)
In addition to the above, the following should be provided:
1. It will be necessary to provide shutters or to block off part of the cooler in some manner since the
cooler is greatly oversized for operation in these low temperatures. Since shutters are not provided
as a factory option, blocking off a portion of the cooler with plywood should be satisfactory.
2. In extreme environments, run the unit in "Constant Speed" only.
3. Some means of providing heat during shutdown should be provided. There are various methods to
accomplish this, but since openings are not provided for sump heaters, the use of radiant heaters is
recommended. The heaters should be sized to provide at least a +10F (-12C) environment for
coolers, motor and sump. Figure 2-3, page 16, this section, shows how these might be located in a
typical installation and sizes required.
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Remember unsheltered (outside) installations should be avoided where possible. Installation next to a
heated bui ldi ng where enough heat can be used to keep the compressor room above freezing wi ll save
many complications in the operation and install ation of the unit.
Refer to Engineering Data Sheet 13-9-411, available from an authorized Gardner Denver distri butor, for
the advantages of using the heat recovered from rotary compressors. This heat recovery could easily
pay for an adequate shelter for the unit.
AUXILIARY AIR RECEIVER - An auxiliary air receiver is not required if the piping system is large and
provides sufficient storage capacity to prevent rapid cycl ing. When used, an air receiver should be of
adequate size, provided with a relief valve of proper setti ng, a pressure gauge and a means of draini ng
condensate.
MOISTURE SEPARATORJTRAP - Since the unit is equipped with a bui lt-in aftercooler, a combination
moisture separator and trap is furnished with the unit. A means of draining condensate will need to be
provided for.
CONTROL PIPING - Control piping is not necessary since the rotary screw compressor unit is factory
wired and piped for the control system specified.
INLET LINE -Where an inlet line is used between the air filter and the compressor, it must be thoroughly
cleaned on the inside to prevent dirt or scale from entering the compressor. If welded construction is
used, the line must be shot blasted and cleaned to remove welding scale. In either case, the inlet
line must be coated internally by galvanizing or painting with a moisture and oil-proof sealing lacquer. Up
to ten ( 1 0) feet (3 meters) in length, the inlet line should be the full size of the inlet opening on the
compressor. If an extra-long line is necessary, the pipe size should be increased according to Inlet Line
Length Chart below.
Accessibility for inl et air fi lter servicing must be considered when relocating the filters from the unit to a
remote location.
Length of Inlet Line
0 to 10 Feet (0 to 3 Meters)
10 to 17 Feet (3 to 5 Meters)
17 to 38 Feet (5 to 11.5 Meters)
Diameter of Pipe Size
Same as Compressor Inl et Opening
One Size Larger than Inl et Openi ng
Two Sizes Larger than Inlet Opening
Figure 2-4- INLET LINE LENGTHS
DISCHARGE SERVICE LINE- The discharge service li ne connection is made at the upper right hand
corner of the cooler, viewed from the oil cooler side. A hand operated valve, (air service valve) must be
installed between the unit and the customer's air system. When manifolding two or more rotary screw
compressor units on the same line, each unit is isolated by the check valve in the unit discharge line. If a
rotary screw compressor is manifolded to another compressor, be sure the other compressor has a check
valve in the line between the mac.hine and the manifold. If a rotary screw and a reciprocating compressor
are manifolded together, an air receiver must be located between the two units.
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A DANGER
Discharge air used for breathing will cause severe injury or death. Consult
filtration specialists for additional filtration and treatment equipment to meet
health and safety standards.
SLOWDOWN VALVE PIPING - The blowdown valve is fitted with a muffler for operation indoors. If the
install ation requires, the muffl er may be removed and the blowdown valve piped to the outside with a pipe
size the same as the blowdown valve outlet connection.
ELECTRICAL WIRING
& WARNING
Electrical shock can cause injury or death. Open main disconnect switch, tag
and lockout before working on starter/control box.
Standard Units -The rotary screw compressor is factory wired for all starter to motor and control
connections for the voltage specifi ed on the order. It is necessary only to connect the unit to the correct
power supply. The standard unit is supplied with an open drip-proof motor, a UL/NEMA Type 4 starter
and control enclosure. See "Location" paragraph, page 14, for distance to nearest obstruction on starter
and control box sides of the unit.
The overload settings are to be selected based on motor nameplate full load amperage.
GROUNDING - Equipment must be grounded in accordance with Section 250 of the Nati onal Electrical
Code.
& WARNING
Failure to properly ground the compressor package could result in controller
malfunction.
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MOTOR LUBRICATION - Long time satisfactory operation of an electric motor depends in large measure
on proper lubrication of the bearings. The following charts show recommended grease qualities and
regreasing intervals for ball bearing motors. For additional information refer to the motor manufacturer's
instructions. The following procedure should be used in regreasing:
1. Stop the unit.
2. Disconnect, tag and lockout the unit from the power supply.
3. Remove the relief plug and free hole of hardened grease.
4. Wipe lubrication fitting clean and add grease with a hand-operated grease gun.
5. Leave the relief plug temporarily off. Reconnect unit and run for about 20 minutes to expel the
excess grease.
6. Stop the unit. Replace the relief plug.
7. Restart the unit.
& WARNING
Rotati ng machinery can cause injury or death. Open main disconnect switch,
tag and lockout before working on starter/control box.
MANUFACTURER
CHEVRON
SHELL
EXXON
EXXON
TRADE NAME
SRI #2
DOLIUM R
UNI REX #2
POLYREX
Figure 2-5 - MOTOR GREASE RECOMMENDATIONS (-30C to 50C)
Type of Service Typical Examples Rating Rel ubri cati on Interval
Standard One or Two Shift Operation
150 HP (112 kW)
18 Months
& Below
Severe Continuous Operation
150 HP (112 kW)
9 Months
& Below
Very severe Dirty Locations, High Ambient
150 HP (112 kW)
4 Months
Temperature
& Below
Figure 2-6 - ELECTRIC MOTOR REGREASING INTERVAL
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SECTION 3
Starting & Operating Procedures
Prestart-Up Instructions - A new unit as received from the factory has been prepared for shipping only.
Do not attempt to operate the unit until checked and serviced as follows:
1. Compressor Oil - Check oil level in the reservoir. Add oil only if the oil level gauge reads in the red
"ADD OIL" range. Do not mix different type oi ls. Unit is shipped filled with Gardner Denver AEON
4000 Lubricati ng Coolant which is suitable for the first 4000 hours under normal operating conditions.
(AEON 4000 is generally suitable for use up to 4000 hours service life, provided the lubricant is
monitored by periodic analysis.)
REPLACE OIL FILTER EVERY 1000 HOURS
Initial fi ll , or filling after a complete draining of the system, may show the oil level above the FULL
mark (the bottom of the top sight gauge). After start-up, the oil level will drop and fluctuate as the
machine runs. To check for proper oil level, shut off the machine and allow the foam to settle out. If
necessary, add oil to bring the level to the FULL mark. See Figure 1-3, page 9.
NOTICE
Regular maintenance and replacement at required intervals of the oil filter, air
filter and air/oil separator is necessary to achieve maximum service and
extended drain intervals of AEON 4000 lubricant. Use only genuine Gardner
Denver filters designed and specified for this compressor.
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A DANGER
Before removing the oil filler plug, always stop the unit and release air
pressure, tag and lockout the power supply to the starter. Failure to release
pressure or properly disconnect the power may result in personal injury or
death.
During unloaded operation and after shutdown, the system will partiall y drain back into the oil
reservoir and the oil level may read higher than when operating on load. DO NOT DRAIN OIL TO
CORRECT; on the next loaded cycle or start, oil will again fill the system and the gauge will indicate
the operating level
2. Air Filter - Inspect the air fi lter to be sure it is clean and tightly assembled. Refer to Section 6, page
67 complete servicing instructions. Be sure the inl et line, if used, is tight and clean.
3. Piping - Refer to SECTION 2, "Installation", page 14, and make sure piping meets all
recommendations.
4. Electrical - Check the wi ring diagrams furnished wi th the unit to be sure it is properly wired. See
Figures 4-9, through 4-19, pages 34 through 55, for general wiring diagrams and SECTION 2, page 8
for installation instructions.
5. Grounding -The unit must be properly grounded according to Section 250 of the National Electrical
Code.
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A WARNING
Failure to properly ground the compressor package could result in controller
malfunction.
6. Rotation -Check for correct motor rotation using "JOG MODE." Compressor drive shaft rotation must
be clockwise standing facing the compressor sheave. See Control Manual1 3- 17-600, page 45.
A WARNING
Operation with incorrect motor rotation can damage equipment and cause oil
eruption from the compressor inlet. When checking motor rotation, induce
minimum rotation (less than one revolution if possible). Never allow motor to
reach full speed.
7. System Pressure - Set the controls to the desired load pressure. DO NOT EXCEED THE
MAXIMUM OPERATING PRESSURE ON THE COMPRESSOR NAMEPLATE. See Control Manual
13-17-600, page 11-12, "Setting the Unload and Load Pressure," for procedure.
A WARNING
Operation at excessive discharge air pressure can cause personal injury or
damage to equipment. Do not adjust the full discharge air pressure above the
maximum stamped on the unit nameplate.
8. Operating Mode - Refer to Control Manual
13- 17-600, for detailed information on the control system.
9. Enclosure - Check for damaged panels or doors. Check all screws and latches for tightness. Be
sure doors are closed and latched.
STARTING THE UNIT- Observe the following starting procedures:
Unit Cold:
1. Close the air service valve (customer furni shed) between the mai n ai r system and the check valve on
the package.
2. Turn on power to the compressor package. To start, press "STOP/RESET", then press "RUN".
3. Run for approximately fi ve minutes or until the temperature stabilizes and then open the air service
valve.
The unit is equi pped with a minimum (65 psig, 4.5 bar) pressure/check valve; no special procedure to
maintain the unit reservoir pressure is required.
13-21-600 Page22
Unit Hot (No warm-up period is required):
1. Close the air service valve (customer furnished) between the mai n air system and the check valve on
the package.
2. Turn on power to the compressor package. To start, press "STOP/RESET", then press "RUN".
3. Run for approximately one minute and then open the air service valve.
The unit is equipped with a minimum (65 psig, 4.5 bar) pressure/check valve, no special procedure to
maintain the unit reservoir pressure is required.
DAILY CHECK- Refer to SECTION 8, "Maintenance Schedule", page 71 .
STOPPING THE UNIT:
1. To stop compressor operation, press "STOP/RESET".
2. Wait approximately one minute to allow the compressor to stop.
The oil reservoir will automaticall y blow down as the motor stops.
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Quick Start Guide
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eration of the AirSmart controller is easy. Simply select a Target Pressure and then press the Run
L'>l
to start the compressor, no other settings are required. The Target Pressure comes
preset to 100 PSI from the factory. The Unload Pressure is preset to 110 PSI. If a different pressure
setting is desired, the following steps can be used as a guide.
Setting the Target Pressure
The Target Pressure setting is used to set the operating point of the compressor. To make any
adjustments in the operation of the compressor, the machine must be stopped and in the Ready
mode. Stop the compressor by pressing the button. The front panel display
should read "READY'' on line 3.
0 PSI
10 HRS
75F
AUTOMATIC
READY
NO SERVICE ADVISORY
Next, press the Enter button to access the Adjustment Menu tree
ADJUSTMENT MENU
OPERATION ADJUSTMENT
(SELECT SUB MENU)
Since the Target Pressure setting is under the Operation Adjustment menu, press again
to access that sub-menu
OPERATION ADJUSTMENT
LANGUAGE-LANGUAGE
ENGLISH (US)
(SELECT PARAMETER)
The Target Pressure is the second item in the Operation Adjustment sub-menu so press the Down
D button to navigate to the Target Pressure setting.
OPERATION ADJUSTMENT
TARGET PRESSURE
100 PSI
(SELECT PARAMETER)
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To change the Target Pressure, press the Enter r '"""dJ button to edit the value.
OPERATION ADJUSTMENT
TARGET PRESSURE
100 PSI
(EDIT PARAMETER)
A flashing cursor will appear covering the least significant digit in the Target Pressure value, use the
Plus C+-..:1 and Minus L:--.J buttons to change its value. Use the Right r::!.J and Left 8 buttons to
move the cursor to other digits in the Target Pressure value. When the desired Target Pressure
value is displayed, press the Enter r ~ l J button to save the new value. Pressing the Stop/Reset
~ 1 button will abort the change and restore the previous value.
In order to save the changes made to parameters, press the Stop/Reset button to go back to the
heading of the current menu and then press the Stop/Reset button again. If parameter changes have
been made, the following screen will appear.
STORE MODIFIED
PARAMETERS?
STOP = NO
ENTER = YES
To permanently save the changes that were made, press the Enter f .. "iJ button. If the Stop/Reset
button is pressed, the parameter changes will be lost the next time the compressor power is turned
off.
Setting The Unload and Load Pressure
After setting the Target Pressure, set the Unload and Load Pressures values in a similar fashion. The
Unload pressure is the third item in the Operation Adjustment sub-menu so press the Down 8
button to navigate to the Unload Pressure setting. The Unl oad Pressure will control at which
pressure the compressor unload and stops.
OPERATION ADJUSTMENT
UNLOAD PRESSURE
110 PSI
(SELECT PARAMETER)
The Load pressure is the fourth item in the Operation Adjustment sub-menu so press the Down l - ~
button to navigate to the Load Pressure setting. The Load Pressure will control at which pressure the
compressor will startup again after unloading.
OPERATION ADJUSTMENT
LOAD PRESSURE
100 PSI
(SELECT PARAMETER)
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SECTION 4
CONTROLS & INSTRUMENTATION
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The Gardner Denver rotary screw compressor is prewired with all controls, motor, and starter for the
voltage and horsepower at the time of ordering. It is necessary only to connect the compressor unit to the
correct power supply and to the shop ai r line. A standard compressor unit consists of the compressor, oi l
reservoir, oil cooling system and filter, motor type as specified, ULINEMA Type 4 starter I control box, and
control components as described below. Inlet valve modulation is standard.
"AIRSMART" OPERATION
Operation of the "AirSmart" is dependent on selection of an operating mode from the controller keypad.
Prior to starting, the STOP/RESET key must be pressed to place the controller into its READY state (as
indicated on the display). Compressor operation may then be started by pressing the RUN key. While in
any operating mode, the display will indicate the mode, and the operating light will be on.
Press the STOP/RESET key at any time to stop the compressor under normal conditions.
AUTOMATIC is the most common selected mode of operation, as it automatically wi ll operate the
compressor unit in the most efficient manner for the demand of the air system. Refer to the controller
manual for descriptions of other modes.
& WARNING
Automatic restarting or electrical shock can cause injury or death. Open and
lock main disconnect and any other circuits before servicing unit.
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CONTROL DEVICES
Controll er - This compressor unit features the "AirSmart" controll er, which integrates all the control
funct ions under microprocessor control. Its functions include safety and shutdown, compressor
regulation, operator control, and advi sory/maintenance indicators. The keypad and display provide the
operator with a logical and easi ly operated control of the compressor and indication of its condition. The
controller is factory adjusted for the compressor package, but allows tuning for specific applicati ons.
Detailed instructions for the controller are found in the "Ai rSmart" Controller Operating and Service
Manual.
SHUTDOWN
SERVICE
AUTOt.\AllC
POWER
RUN STOPIRESH
Figure 4-2 - KEY PAD
Relief Valve - A pressure relief valve(s) is (are) installed in the final discharge line and set at the factory
for protection against overpressure. Periodic checks should be made to ensure it is operating properly.
The reli ef valve should be tested for proper operation at least once every year. To test the relief valve,
raise the system operating pressure to 75% of the relief valve set pressure and manually open the valve
with the hand lever. Hold the valve open for a few seconds and allow it to snap shut.
& WARNING
When the relief valve opens, a stream of high velocity air is released, resulting
in a high noise level and possible discharge of accumulated dirt or ot her debris.
Always wear eye and ear protection and stand clear of t he discharge port when
testing the relief valve to prevent injury.
A CAUTION
Never paint, lubricate or alter a relief valve. Do not plug vent or restrict
discharge.
& WARNING
Operation of the unit with improper relief valve setting can result in severe
personal injury or machine damage. Ensure properly set valves are installed
and maintained.
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Oil Level Gauge -This gauge is located on the oil reservoir and indicates the oil level. See "Oil Level
Gauge", Section 5, page 59, for how to read oi l level.
Minimum Discharge Pressure/Check Valve (Figure 4-3, page 28) -An internal spri ng-loaded minimum
pressure valve is used in the final discharge line to provide a positive pressure on the oil system even
when the air servi ce valve is full y open. The valve senses upstream pressure. If demand for air exceeds
the compressor capacity, the valve throttles the flow to mai ntain a minimum pressure on the upstream (oil
reservoir) side of the valve. When pressure rises above the minimum pressure (standard setting 60 to 65
PSIG, 4.1 to 4.5 bar), the valve reaches the full open position.
A check valve incorporated in the minimum pressure valve prevents back-flow of air from the shop air line
when the unit stops, unloads or is shut down.
The valve does not require maintenance or adjustment. If the valve fails to function, it must be replaced
because it is not field adjustable or fi eld repairable.
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Figure 4-4 -INLET VALVE
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Inlet Valve (Figure 4-4, page 28) -.The inlet valve is a pilot- actuated valve that restricts the inlet to
control capacity and closes to unload the compressor. At shutdown the inlet valve closes to function as a
check valve and prevent back fl ow of air.
As control pressure is increased the valve will begin to close, restricting the inlet and reducing
compressor capacity. Approximately 18 psig (1.2 bar) of control pressure is required to close the inlet
valve completely. When closed, the inl et valve prevents the flow of air in either direction. With standard
modul ating control feature: when the control pressure is less than 18 psig (1.2 bar), the inlet valve will
modulate to match compressor capacity to system demand.
Slowdown Valve (Figure 4-4, page 28) The blowdown valve is a two-way solenoid valve which is piped
into the oil separator outlet ahead of the check valve. When the solenoid is de-energized, the blowdown
valve opens and the oil system is blown down. When the solenoid is energized, the blowdown valve
closes and allows the oil system to pressurize.
System Pressure Transducer (Figure 4-1, page 26)- This transducer is connected after the minimum
pressure valve. It converts the pressure in the plant air system into an electrical signal for use by the
"AirSmart" controller for modulation and control.
Reservoir Pressure Transducer (Figure 4-1, page 26)- This transducer is connected to the coolant
system. Its signal is used to prevent loaded starts, monitor oil pressure, and to monitor the condition of
the separator.
Air Filter Vacuum Switch (Figure 4-4, page 28) This switch is used to monitor air filter condition and
alert the user if the filter requires service or replacement.
Purge Air Valve - The purge valve is a normally closed two-way air actuated valve that admits purge air
from the final discharge manifold to the compressor to counteract the oil knock that occurs in oil-flooded
rotary screw compressors when they are completely unloaded with pressure in the oil reservoi r. This
valve is controlled by the same control pressure which controls the inlet valve.
Subtractive Pilot- Used to control the inlet valve for modulation. See page 30 for more detail.
& CAUTION
Machine damage will occur if compressor is repeatedly restarted after any one
of the shutdown modes stops operation of the unit. Find and correct the
malfunction before resuming operation.
Discharge Thermistor- This sensor is located directly in the compressor discharge. Its signal is used to
monitor compressor temperature and shut down the compressor if a coolant problem is detected.
Reservoir Thermi stor -This sensor is located in the reservoi r/separator housing and is used to monitor
temperature and shut down the compressor if temperature problems occur at the separator.
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Emergency Stop Pushbutton -This is a maintained pushbutton, and removes power from the controller
outputs regardless of controll er status. It is located on the upper section of the control box door, next to
the keypad. This should be used for emergency purposes only - use the keypad [STOP/RESET] for
normal controlled stopping.
& WARNING
Automatic restarting or electrical shock can cause injury or death. Open and
lock main disconnect and any other circuits before servicing unit.
A DANGER
Air/oil pressure will cause severe personal injury or death. Shut down
compressor, relieve system of all pressure, disconnect, tag and lockout power
supply to the starter before removing valves, caps, plugs, fittings, bolts and
filters.
Control Transformer- For 575 volt AC units, a control transformer is provided to supply 230 volts AC
input to the power supply. A secondary fuse is provided on the control transformer. Refer to adjacent
labeling for replacement information.
For 230 volt AC units, that can be converted for 460 volt AC operation using conversion Kit 313EFC6005,
a control transformer is provided to supply 115-120 volts AC input to the power supply. Two primary and
one secondary fuse are provided, mounted on the transformer. Refer to adjacent labeli ng for fuse
replacement information.
Fuse Blocks - For all except 230 volt AC units, two class CC fuse blocks provide line side protection for
the power supply and control transformer, as applicable.
Power Supply - This device changes the incoming AC supply voltage, or transformer supply voltage, to
24 volts DC for use by all unit control devices
Terminal Strip -This provides connections for all 24 volt devices not contained within the enclosure.
Main Starter- This starter is used to provide control and overl oad protection for the main dri ve motor.
Standard full voltage starters employ a single contactor and overl oad protection for each motor. Overload
settings should be selected and adjusted based on the motor nameplate amps and the instructions
located inside the control box door.
Subtractive Pilot (Modulating Feature)- The subtractive pilot is an adjustable, spring-loaded diaphragm
valve that controls pressure in relation to the upstream (discharge) pressure
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The downstream pressure is maintained equal to the upstream pressure minus a constant which is
adjustable. In the example shown in Figure 4-5, page 31, the downstream pressure equals the upstream
pressure minus 95 psi (6.6 bar). When the upstream pressure ri ses to 100 psig (6.9 bar), the
downstream pressure rises to 5 psig (.3 bar). This 1 to 1 psi (bar) ri se is constant above the set point.
Below the set point, the valve seat is closed and the downstream pressure is vented. In the example of
Figure 4-5, page 31, downstream pressure is vented below 95 psig (6.6 bar)
Figure 4-6, shows a schematic cross section of the subtractive pilot with the valve seat closed and
downstream line vented.
Figure 4-7, shows the pilot with valve seat open, holding a downstream pressure which is adjustable with
the screw. In this position it is normal for the valve to continually bleed air through the small vent hole in
the bowl .
Moisture, oil and dirt in the control system lines and components can cause the set point of the
subtractive pi lot to shift or be erratic. The subtractive pi lot can be disassembled and the diaphragm and
ports cl eaned when necessary.
Operating Air Pressure Adjustment - The "AIRSMART" controller load and unload pressure set points
should already be programmed. See Control Manual 13-17-600, page 11 - 12.
& WARNING
Operation at excessive discharge air pressure can cause personal injury or
damage to equipment. Do not set unload pressure above the maximum
stamped on the unit nameplate.
To adjust the subtractive pi lot:
1. With the unit off, loosen the locknut and back out the adjusting screw several turns so the subtractive
pilot will fully unload the compressor before the unload pressure set point of the microprocessor
controller is reached.
2. Close the air service valve and start the unit in the "RUN" mode. Allow unit to reach the pressure at
which the subtractive pilot full y unloads the compressor.
3. Turn-in the adjusting screw until the unload pressure set point is reached and the microprocessor
controll er allows the unit to blow down.
4. Turn-in the adjusting screw and additional one eighth (1/8) turn and tighten the locknut. As a result,
the subtractive pilot will not fully unload the compressor before the microprocessor controller's unload
pressure set point is reached.
5. Using the air service valve, cycle the unit between load and unload several times to be certai n that
the unit will reach the microprocessor controll er' s unload pressure set point and blow down.
13-21-600 Page. 32
NAMEPLATE CONTROL SYSTEM PRESSURE
FULL LOAD
LOAD UNLOAD
OPERATING PRESSURE
100 PSIG (6.9 bar) 100 PSIG (6.9 bar) 108 PSIG (7.5 bar)
125 PSIG (8.6 bar) 125 PSIG (8.6 bar) 133 PSIG (9.2 bar)
150 PSIG (10.4 bar) 150 PSIG (1 0.4 bar) 158 PSIG (10.9 bar)
175 PSIG (12.1 bar) 167 PSIG (11.5 bar) 175 PSIG (12.1 bar)
Figure 4-8- MAXIMUM SET POINTS FOR AIRSMART CONTROLLER
NOTICE
Load set point cannot be set withi n 8 psi (.6 bar) of the unload set poi nt.
Minimum operat ing pressure is 60 to 65 psig (4.1 to 4.5 bar)
13-21-600 Page 33
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SECTION 5
LUBRICATION
OIL COOLER, OIL FILTER & SEPARATOR
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COMPRESSOR OIL SYSTEM (Figure 5- 1) cools the compressor, lubricates moving parts and seals
internal clearances in the compression chamber.
The oil inlet li ne is connected at the bottom of the oil reservoir. Air pressure in the oil reservoir forces oil
through the oil cooler, thermostatic mixing valve, oil filter and into the compressor main oil gallery.
The oil passes through internal passages for lubrication, cooling and sealing. The air-oil mixture is then
discharged to the oil reservoi r where a large part of the entrained oil drops out of the air stream; the air
then passes through the final oi l separator where most of the remaining oil is removed. The separated oil
is returned to the compressor and the air passes to the final di scharge line.
RECOMMENDED LUBRICANT- Gardner Denver compressors are factory fill ed with AEON lubricants.
These lubricants are formul ated to the highest quality standards and are factory authorized, tested and
approved for use in rotary screw compressors. AEON lubricants are available through your authorized
Gardner Denver compressor distributor.
OIL SPECIFICATIONS- The recommended compressor lubricant is Gardner Denver AEON 4000
Lubricating Coolant which can be used for year-round operation except as noted in the "High
Temperature Operation" paragraph below, or low temperature, see "Installati on for Cold Weather," page
17. AEON 4000 Lubricating Coolant is a superior petroleum base lubricant formulated and containing
additives for use in Gardner Denver compressors.
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If\ CAUTION
Use of improper lubricants will cause damage to equipment. Do not mix
different types of lubricants or use inferior lubricants.
HIGH TEMPERATURE OPERATION - If the discharge temperature is sustained between 200F to 21 0F
(93C to 99C) for a period of more than four (4) hours due to continuing high ambient air temperature,
use Gardner Denver AEON 9000SP Lubricating Coolant which is a superior synthetic lubricant. Short
periods of up to four (4) hours of sustained discharge temperatures up to 21 oo F (99C) do not require a
change from the recommended year-round lubricant AEON 4000.
LUBRICANT CHANGE PROCEDURE- Upgrading to a longer life lubricant is essentially a very
worthwhile practice. Following are the primary steps to be completed when upgrading or changing the
type of lubricant.
1. Thoroughly drain system:
Drain oil from air end and cooler while hot.
Break low point connections and drain oil from pipe runs.
Dump oil from the filter and reinstall used filter.
2. Fill the system with a 50 percent charge of the new lubricant:
Start the machine and stay there to observe.
Allow the machine to run about five minutes at temperature, or until temperature stabilizes, then
shut down.
3. Thoroughly drain the machine.
4. Change to new filter and separator.
5. Fill the system with a full charge of the new lubricant.
6. Machine should then be run normally, however, total run time after the initial change-out should be 50
percent of normal anticipated service li fe of the new lubricant.
Drain all lubri cant from the system, change the filter and separator, and replace with a full charge
of the new lubricant.
7. Subsequent lubricant change-outs should be at normal intervals. (See "Oil Change Interval", Figure
5-5, page 61.)
A CAUTION
Improper equipment maintenance with use of synthetic lubricants will damage
equipment. Oil filter and oil separator change intervals remain the same as for
AEON 4000 - See " Maintenance Schedule", page 71.
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A DANGER
Air/oil under pressure will cause severe personal injury or death. Shut down
compressor, relieve system of all pressure, disconnect, tag and lockout power
supply to the starter before removing valves, caps, plugs, fittings, bolts and
filters.
A DANGER
Compressor, air/oil reservoir, separator chamber and all piping and tubing may
be at high temperature during and after operation.
& WARNING
High temperature operation can cause damage to equipment or personal injury.
Do not repeatedly restart the unit after high temperature stops operation. Find
and correct the malfunction before resuming operation.
& WARNING
All materials used in Gardner Denver compressor units are compatible with
AEON 9000SP Lubricating Coolant. Use caution when selecting downst ream
components such as air line lubricating bowl s, gaskets and valve trim.
AEON 9000SP Synthetic Lubricant is not compatible with low nitrile Buna N or
acrylic paints. AEON 9000SP is compatible with most ai r system downstream
components.
Materi al Safety Sheets (MSDS) are avail able for all AEON lubri cants from your authorized Gardner
Denver distributor or by calling 217-222-5400.
COLD AMBIENT OPERATI ON -See "Installation for Cold Weather Operation", page 17 and Figure 2-3,
page 16.
Reservoir Capacity to "FULL" Level. .................................. ....... ... .. 2.5 U.S. Gallons (9.5 Liters)
System Capacity: Reservoir Plus Oil Cooler and Piping .. ... .... ... .. 3.5 U.S. Gallons (1 3.25 Liters)
"ADD" Range to "FULL" Level. .................... ... ... .... ....... .... ......... ..... 3.0 U.S. Quarts (2.75 Liters)
Figure 5-2 - APPROXIMATE OIL SYSTEM CAPACITIES
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ADDITION OF OIL BETWEEN CHANGES must be made when the oil level is below the center of the
lower sight gauge as read while the unit is completely off and blown down, and the foam has settled out.
1. Be sure the unit is completely off and that no air pressure is in the oil reservoir.
2. Disconnect, tag and lockout the power supply to the starter.
3. Wipe away all dirt around the oil filler plug.
4. Remove the oil filler plug and add oil as required to return the oil level to the bottom of the upper
sight gauge.
5. Install oil filler plug, run and check for leaks.
DO NOT OVERFILL (you should not see oil in the upper sight gauge after running full y loaded and then
shutting down the machine and allowi ng the foam to settle out). The quantity required to raise the oil
level from "ADD" to "FULL" is shown in Figure 5-2, page 58. Repeated addition of oil between oil changes
may indicate excessive oil carry-over and should be investi gated.
A DANGER
Air/oil under pressure will cause severe personal injury or death. Shut down
compressor, relieve system of all pressure, disconnect, tag and lockout power
supply to the starter before removing valves, caps, plugs, fittings, bolts and
filters.

A DANGER
Compressor, air/oil reservoir, separator chamber and all piping and tubing may
be at high temperature during_ and after o_geration.
A CAUTION
Excessive oil carry-over can damage equipment. Never fill oil reservoir above
the "FULL" marker.
OIL LEVEL SIGHT GAUGES (Figure 1-3, page 9) indicate the amount of oil in the oil reservoir. Read oil
level when unit is shut off and the foam has settled out. In operation the oil level will fl uctuate as the
compressor loads and unloads. If oil can be seen in the lower sight gauge, the oil level is adequate.
MOISTURE IN THE OIL SYSTEM - In environments with normal operating temperatures and pressures
and low relative humidity, the thermal mixing valve controls the oil temperature and prevents moisture
accumulation in the oi l. Unusual cooling of the oi l reservoir, light duty cycles, high humidity, gross
compressor over-sizing or malfunctions of the thermal mixing valve may result in moisture accumul ation
which is detrimental to compressor lubrication and may cause excessive oil carryover in the lubricant or
compressor failure. Please note that the airend discharge temperature must be maintained a minimum of
10F above the pressure dew point temperature in Figure 5-3, page 60. Failure to maintain the
discharge temperature will cause moisture formation and compressor damage. The compressor must be
observed to ensure that it is operating properly. The best method for detecting moisture is a disciplined
lubricant sampling analysis program every 2,000 hours of operation. If moisture is observed in the oi l
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reservoi r, drain the moisture and correct the operating conditions to reduce moisture. See 'Thermal
Control (Thermostatic Mixing) Valve, page 64, "Water Shutoff Valve", page 53 and "Compressor Oil
System Check", page 66, for additional system considerations. If moisture accumulation is observed in
the lubricant, the best option is a hi gher temperature mixing valve, AEON 9000TH lubri cating fluid and
setting the high discharge temperature shutdown to 240F (new controller software may be required), to
prevent water from forming in the oil. Please contact Technical Services in MDC for part numbers,
availability and controller software version verification (S/N required).
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These charts are easily used by reading the ambient temperature along the bottom axis of the chart and then reading
the appropriate pressure curve to determi ne the corresponding dew-point temperature on the left axis of the chart.
The compressor discharge temperature must be maintained at a minimum of 1 oo F above this dew-point temperature
to prevent condensation accumulati on in the lubricant reservoir. These charts assume 100% relative humidity.
OIL CHANGE INTERVAL - Recommended oil change intervals are based on oil temperature. Figure 5-5,
shows how the change interval is affected by temperature.
When operating conditions are severe (very dusty, high humidity, etc. ), it will be necessary to change the
oil more frequently. Operating conditions and the appearance of the drained oil must be surveyed and
the oil change intervals planned accordingly by the user. Gardner Denver offers a free oil analysis
program with the AEON lubricants, and we recommend a sample be sent in at 100 hours on a new unit.
Discharge AEON 4000 AEON 9000SP
Temperature Change Interval Change Interval
Up to 180F (82C) 4000 hrs. 8000 hrs.
180to 190F (82C to 88C)
3000 hrs. 6000 hrs.
190to 200F (88C to 93C) 2000 hrs. 4000 hrs.
200F+ (93C)
1000 hrs. 2000 hrs.
Figure 5-5- OIL CHANGE INTERVAL
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DRAINING AND CLEANING OIL SYSTEM
A DANGER
Ai/oil under pressure will cause severe personal injury or death. Shut down
compressor, relieve system of all pressure, disconnect, tag and lockout power
supply to the starter before removing valves, caps, plugs, fittings, bolts and
filters.
A DANGER
Compressor, air/oil reservoir, separation chamber and all piping and tubing
may be at high temperature during and after operation.
Always drain the complete system. Draining when the oi l is hot will help to prevent varnish deposits and
carry away impuriti es.
To drain the system, use one of the following methods:
1. If the unit is not elevated high enough to use the oil reservoir drain line to drain oil, a small hand,
electric or air operated pump should be used to drai n reservoir through the oil filler opening or from
the drain valve.
2. If the unit is elevated so that the oil reservoir drain can be used, empty the oi l reservoir through the
drain valve to a suitabl e container or sump.
3. If the drained oil and/or the oil filter element are contaminated with dirt, flush the entire system:
reservoir, oil cooler, mixing valve and lines. Inspect the oil separator elements for dirt accumulation;
and replace if necessary. If a varni sh deposit exists, contact the factory for recommendations for
removal of the deposit and prevention of varni sh.
FILLING OIL RESERVOIR
A DANGER
Ai/oil under pressure will cause severe personal injury or death. Shut down
compressor, relieve system of all pressure, disconnect, tag and lockout power
supply to the starter before removing valves, caps, plugs, fittings, bolts and
filters.
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A DANGER
Compressor, air/oil reservoir, separation chamber and all piping and tubing
maybe at high temperature during and after operation.
1. Be sure the unit is completely off and that no air pressure is in the oi l reservoir.
2. Disconnect, tag and lockout the power supply to the starter.
3. Wipe away all dirt around the oil filler plug.
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4. Remove the oil filler plug and add oi l as required to return the oil level to the bottom of the upper
sight gauge.
5. Install the oi l fill er plug and operate the unit for about a minute allowing oi l to fill all areas of the
system. Check for leaks.
6. Shut down unit, allowing the oi l to settle, and be certain all pressure is relieved.
7. Add oil, if necessary, to bring level to "FULL. "
On unloaded operation and after shutdown, some oil will drain back into the oil reservoir and the oil level
will read over "FULL". DO NOT DRAIN OIL TO CORRECT. On the next start, oi l will again fill the system
and the gauge will indicate operating at the proper level. DO NOT OVERFILL (you should not see oil in
the upper sight gauge when running fully loaded) as oil carryover will result. The quantity of oi l required
to raise the oil level from "ADD" to "FULL" is shown in Figure 5-2, page 58, this section. Repeated
addition of oil between oil changes may indicate excessive oil carryover and should be investigated.
Use only CLEAN containers and funnels so no dirt enters the reservoir. Provide for clean storage of oils.
Changing the oil wi ll be of little benefit if done in a careless manner.
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& CAUTION
Excessive oil carry-over can damage equipment. Never fill oil reservoir above
the "FULL" marker.
COMPRESSOR OIL FILTER (Figure 1-2, page 8)- This replaceable element filter is a vital part in
maintaining a trouble-free compressor, since it removes dirt and abrasives from the circulated oil. The
filter is equipped with a relief valve that opens in the event the element becomes dirty enough to block the
fl ow of oi l.

Improper oil filter maintenance will cause damage to equipment. Replace filter
element every 1000 hours of operation. More frequent replacement could be
required depending on operating conditions. A filter element left in service too
lon_g_ may damage equipment
Use only the replacement element shown on the filter tag or refer to the parts list for the part number.
Use the following procedure to repl ace the filter element. Do not disturb the piping.
A DANGER
Air/oil under pressure will cause severe personal injury or death. Shut down
compressor, relieve system of all pressure, disconnect, tag and lockout power
supply to the starter before removing valves, caps, plugs, fittings, bolts and
filters.
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A DANGER
Compressor, air/oil reservoir, separation chamber and all piping and tubing
may be at high temperature during and after operation.
1. Stop the unit and be sure no air pressure is in the oil reservoir.
2. Remove the spin-on element.
3. Clean the gasket face of the filter body.
4. Coat the new element gasket with clean lubricant used in the unit.
5. Screw the new element on the filter body and tighten by hand. Tighten 1/2 turn more after gasket
makes contact. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN ELEMENT.
6. Run the unit and check for leaks.
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Figure 5-6- THERMOSTATIC MIXING VALVE
COMPRESSOR OIL COOLER -The cooler fan is mounted on the compressor motor shaft; air is
exhausted through the oil cooler and away from the unit. Do not obstruct air flow to and from the oil
cooler. Allow a minimum of two (2) feet (.6M) clearance around the cooler. Keep both faces of the cooler
core clean for efficient cooling of the compressor oil.
THERMAL CONTROL (THERMOSTATIC MIXING) VALVE (Figure 5-6) is installed in the system as
shown in Figure 5-1, page 56. This valve is used to control the temperature of the oil. On start-up with
unit cold, the element is open to bypass, allowing oi l to pass directly from the reservoi r to compressor
during warm-up. As oil warms, the element gradually closes to the bypass allowing more of the oi l from
the cooler to mix with oil from the bypass.
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After the unit is warmed up, the mixing valve maintains oil injection temperature into the compressor at a
minimum of 170F (77C). This system provides proper compressor warm-up and prevents moi sture
contaminati on of the oil.
To check the element, heat in oil - it should be fully extended at 170F (77C). If the unit shuts down
due to high air discharge temperature, the cause may be that the element is stuck open to the bypass, in
which case bypass lines (Figure 5-1, page 56) will be hot to touch and lines out of mixing valve much
cooler. When flushi ng the oil system, remove the mixing valve and clean all parts thoroughly.
OIL RESERVOIR- The oil reservoir-separator combines multiple functions into one vessel. The lower
half is the oil reservoir, providing oil storage capaci ty for the system and the top portion, a primary oil
separation means. The reservoir also provides limited air storage for control and gauge actuation.
COMPRESSOR OIL SEPARATOR - The compressor oil separator located above the oil reservoir
features a renewable spin-on type separator element and provides the final removal of oil from the air
fl ow.
Oi l carry-over through the service lines may be caused by a faulty oi l separator, overfilling of the oil
reservoir, oil that foams, oil return line malfunction, or water condensate in the oil. If oil carryover occurs,
inspect the separator only after it is determined that the oil level is not too high, the oil is not foaming
excessively, the oil return tube from the bottom of the separator to the compressor cylinder is not clogged
or pinched off, the check valve in the oil return is functioning properly, and there is not water or an
oil/water emulsion in the oil.
Oi l carry-over malfunctions of the oil separator are usually due to using elements too long, heavy dirt or
varnish deposits caused by inadequate air filter service, use of improper oil, or using oil too long for
existing conditi ons. Excessive tilt angle of the unit will also hamper separation and cause oil carry-over.
Oil separator element life cannot be predicted; it will vary greatl y depending on the conditions of
operation, the quality of the oil used and the maintenance of the oil and air fi lters. The condition of the
separator can be determined by pressure differential or by inspection.
Pressure Differential Gauging - The "CHANGE SEPARATOR" message will fl ash when the pressure
differential across the oil separator reaches approximately 8 psi (.6 bar). Replace the oil separator
element at this time. If ignored, the unit will shut down and the display will indicate shutdown and the
change separator text advisory will display when the pressure differential reaches 15 psi (1 bar) .
To measure the pressure differential, see Controller Manual13-17-600, page 4, "Separator Pressure
Differential". Simply subtract the downstream reading from the upstream reading.
A CAUTION
Using an oil separator element at excessive pressure differential can cause
damage to equipment. Replace the separator when the "Change Separator"
advisory appears.
NOTICE
A sudden drop of zero pressure differential or sudden heavy oil carryover may
indicate a ruptured element.
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Inspection -After removal of separator element, shine a light inside the element to reveal areas of heavy
dirt or varnish deposits or breaks (ruptures) in element media.
1. Be certain the unit is off and all system pressure is relieved.
2. Disconnect, tag and lockout the power supply to the starter.
3. At the bottom of the separator, disconnect the oil return (scavenge) tube and remove the tube elbow.
4. Remove the spin-on element.
5. Clean the gasket seating surface of the head.
6. Inspect and/or replace the separator as necessary. Before reassembly, coat the separator element
gasket with the same lubricant used in the unit.
7. Screw on until gasket makes contact. Hand tighten 1/3 to 1/2 turn extra.
8. Reinstall the tube elbow and oil return line.
9. Run the unit and check for leaks.
COMPRESSOR OIL SYSTEM CHECK- The following readings are based on ambient temperature of
80F (2JOC) with the system in good condition. The compressor should be at operating temperature at
the time of the checks. One-half hour of loaded operation is usually sufficient to reach level-out operating
temperatures.
Air and Oil Discharge Temperature- 170F to 200F (7JOC to 93C) - Read at the gauge on the
instrument panel or check with a thermometer at the discharge housing.
Compressor Oil Inlet Temperature- 165F to 175F (74C to 79C)- Install a tee at the oi l filter outlet
and check with a thermometer.
Oil Inlet Press ure - Check at the f itting in the line near the compressor oil inlet. With air receiver
pressure at 100 psi (6.9 bar), oil inlet pressure should be 65-75 psig (4.5 to 5.2 bar).
Oil Cooler Oil Pressure Differential (Air-Cool ed Radiator) - Check differential across the oil system by
measuring oil inlet pressure as described above.
Oil Cool er Temperature Differenti al (Air-Cooled Radiator)- The oi l temperature differential depends
on the temperature of the air at the oi l cooler fan and cleanliness of the core faces. As ambient
temperatures and core restri ctions increase, the oil cooler outlet temperature wi ll increase. The oil inl et
temperature is approximately the same as the air discharge temperature - see the gauge on the
instrument panel. The outlet oi l temperature may be checked by installing a tee at the oil filter outl et.
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SECTION 6
AIR FILTER
201EDE797
(Ref. Drawing)
AIR INTLET
AIR OUTLET 4--
AUTOMATIC UNLOADER
Fi gure 6-1- HEAVY DUTY AIR FILTER
GENERAL - The air filter must receive proper maintenance if maximum service is to be obtained from the
unit. Establishing adequate and timely filter service is MOST IMPORTANT. A wide range of operating
hours is possible. With wide variati on of dust conditions encountered, only experience can determine the
proper time interval for servicing filters.
HEAVY -DUTY AIR FILTER - (Figure 6-1) Furnished as standard equipment on units with an enclosure is
a heavy-duty washable element dry type air fil ter. The air filter must receive proper maintenance if
maximum service is to be obtained from the unit. Establishing adequate and timely fil ter service is MOST
IMPORTANT. Improperly maintained air filter can cause a loss of compressor air delivery.
Filter El ement - Service the air filter element when the "CHANGE AIR FILTER" LED is illuminated.
Clean every 50 to 150 operating hours depending on dust conditions.
NOTICE
Use only genuine Gardner Denver air filter elements on Gardner Denver
compressor units. Genuine parts are available through your aut horized
Gardner Denver distri butor
To service:
1. Remove the wing nut and pull out the filter element.
2. Visually inspect the element. If cleaning is not necessary, reinstall the f ilter element. If the element
requires cleaning, go through steps 3, 4 and 5.
3. Wash the element by soaking about 15 minutes in warm water with a mild non-sudsing detergent .
Rinse the element thoroughly with clean water; a hose may be used if the water pressure does not
exceed 40 psig (2.8 bar).
4. Inspect the element for ruptures or cracks in the pleated media; replace the element if any are found.
Inspect the gasket on the bottom (outlet end) of the element; replace the entire element if the gasket
is damaged, a spare element will keep downtime to a mini mum.
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5. Allow the element to air dry COMPLETELY. Do not expose the element to heat over 150F (66C).
Install the element in the fi lter body and fasten securely with the wing nut.
& WARNING
Do not oil this element. Do not wash in inflammable cleaning fluids. Do not use
solvents other than water. Improper cleaning may damage the element.
Filter Element Life - The element should be replaced after six (6) cleanings or if:
1. Visual inspection indicates a rupture, crack or pin hole in the pleated media. Inspecti on should be
done by pl aci ng a bright light inside the element.
2. Pressure drop through a filter with a freshly cleaned element is below three (3) inches (76 mm) of
water with the compressor running at full load - this would indicate a rupture or crack
Inl et Tube - Inspect the inlet screen and tube for dirt accumulation each time the filter is serviced. Clean
the tube when required by ramming a clean dry cloth through the tube. Wipe the inside of the filter body
to remove any di rt falling from the inlet tube before rei nstalling the element.
Causes of short element life include: severe dust conditions, infrequent servici ng, improper cleaning, or
contamination by oil or chemical fumes.
& WARNING
Do not oil this element. Do not wash in other cleaning fluids. Never operate
unit without element. Never use elements that are damaged or ruptured. Never
use elements that won't seal. Keep spare elements on hand to reduce
downtime. Store elements in a protected area free from damage, dirt and
moisture. Handle filter parts with care
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SECTION 7
BELT DRIVE
Proper drive belt tension and alignment are provided at the factory, however, good practice dictates
checking the drive alignment and tension after shipment and before initi al start-up.
Sheaves should align straight across the front with a straight edge. The best tension is just enough
tension to keep belts from "squealing" on start-up.
1\ CAUTION
Excessive belt tension can damage the equipment. Tension the belts as shown
in Figure 7-1, page 70.
Belts can be changed when necessary by the following instructions. First, disconnect, tag and lockout
power to the starter. Then remove the wire guard. Then loosen, but do not remove, the four motor foot
nuts.
Next, use the adjusting screws in the motor base to loosen belt tension. Remove the belts, and replace
with new belts. Check for correct belt tension and re-attach the wire guard.
A CAUTION
Interference between the fan and the orifice can damage equipment. Be certain
the orifice has even clearance around the fan before starting the unit.
CHECKING BELT TENSION - Using a spring scale, apply a perpendicular force to each belt at the
midpoint of the span and measure the defl ection. Correct defl ection force and deflection are shown in
Figure 7-1, page 70. To tighten belts, merely increase the center distance.
NOTICE
When a new set of belts is install ed on a drive, the initial deflection force should
be 1/3 greater than shown in Figure 7-1, page 70. Recheck tension frequently
during the first 24 hours of operation.
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DEFLECTION FORCE (LBS) (N)
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Deflection
Motor Force Pounds (Newtons) Deflection in
H.P. (kW) No. of Belts (per belt) Inches (mm)
15 (11 kW) 4 6 to 8.5 (1 .3 to 1.9) 5/16 (8)
20 (15 kW) 4 6 to 7 (1 .3 to 1.5) 5/16 (8)
25 (19 kW) 4 6 to 8.5 (1 .3 to 1.9) 5/16 (8)
30 (22 kW) 4 6 to 7 (1.3 to 1.5) 5/16 (8)
Figure 7-1- BELT TENSION 3VX BELTS
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SECTION 8
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
SERVICE CHECK LIST -
Air Filter - Operating conditions determine frequency of service. The "CHANGE AIR FILTER" di splay will
fl ash to signal that the air fil ter requires servicing or changing. See "Air Filter", Section 6, page 67
Oil Separator- Operating conditions determine frequency of service. The "CHANGE SEPARATOR"
display will fl ash to signal that oil separator element requires changing. See "Compressor Oil Separator"
in Section 5 for further details.
Motor Lubrication - Refer to SECTION 2, page 14 and Maintenance Schedule Chart below.
Every 8 Hours Operation
1. Check the reservoir oil level- add oil if required. See Section 5, page 56. If oil consumption is high,
refer to "Excessive Oil Consumption", page 74.
2. Observe if the unit loads and unloads properly.
3. Check discharge pressure and temperature.
4. Check control panel display for advisory text messages.
Every 125 Hours Operation
Check for dirt accumulation on oil/aftercooler core faces and the cooling fan. If cleaning is required, clean
the exterior fin surfaces of the cores by blowing compressed air carrying a nonflammable safety solvent in
a directi on opposite that of the cooling fan air fl ow. This cleaning operati on will keep the exteri or cooling
surfaces clean and ensure effecti ve heat dissipati on.
Every 1000 Hours Operation
Change the oi l filter element.
Every 4000 Hours Operation
Change the compressor lubricant. UNDER ADVERSE CONDITIONS, CHANGE MORE FREQUENTLY
(refer to "Oil Change Interval", page 61 ). Flush system if required.
Every Year
Check the relief valve for proper operation. See SECTION 4, page 27.
Change air/oi l separator.
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE (See detail notes above)
If Text Every Every Every Every
Maintenance Action Advisory is
8 125 1000 4000 * Every
Displayed
Hours Hours Hours Hours Year
Change Air Filter

Change Oil Separator

Check Reservoir Oil Level

Check for Proper Load/Unload

Check Discharge Pressure/Temp

Check Dirt Accumulation on Cooler

Change Oil Filter Element

Change Compressor Lubricant

(AEON 4000)
Check Relief Valve

13-21-600 Page 72
SECTION 9
TROUBLESHOOTING
SYSTEM POSSIBLE CAUSE REMEDY
Compressor fails to start 1. Wrong lead connections 1. Change leads
2. Blown fuses in control box 2. Replace fuse
3. Motor starter overload 3. Reset and investigate cause
relay tripped of overload
4. Pressure in reservoir 4. Inspect blowdown valve
5. Read error message on 5. Replace switch
control panel. See Control
=:::j
Manual 13-17-600
Compressor starts but stops 1. High discharge temperature 1. See "High Temperature
after a short time Operation", page 57.
2. High discharge temperature 2. Replace switch
switch malfunction
3. Blown fuse in starter/control 3. Replace fuse (i nvestigate if
box fuses continue to blow)
4. Motor starter overl oad 4. Reset and investigate cause
relay tripped of overl oad
Compressor does not unload 1. Improperly adjusted control 1 . Refer to Controller Manual
(or load) 13-17-600
2. Air leak in control lines 2. Determine source of leak and
correct
3. Restricted control line 3. Clean control lines
4. Subtractive pilot or blowdown 4. Repair, clean or replace valve
valve malfunction
Compressor cycles from load to 1. Insufficient receiver capacity 1. Increase receiver size
unload excessively
2. Restri ction in control tubi ng 2. Inspect and clean control
tubing
3. Subtractive pilot setting too 3. Adjust the valve. See
high SECTION 4, page 30
Compressor is low on delivery 1. Restricted air filter 1. Clean or replace fi lter
and pressure
2. Sticking inlet valve 2. Inspect and clean inlet valve
3. Subtractive pi lot or unload 3. Adjust the valve or unload
pressure adjusted too low pressure. See page 30.
4. Minimum pressure valve 4. Replace valve
stuck closed
13-21-600 Page 73
SYSTEM POSSIBLE CAUSE REMEDY
High discharge air temperature 1. Thermostatic mixing valve 1. Repair or replace valve
stuck open
2. Dirty or clogged cooler face 2. Clean cooler
3. Insufficient cooling air flow 3. Provide unrestricted supply of
cooling air
4. Clogged oil filter or cooler 4. Replace filter or clean cooler
(interior)
5. Low compressor oil 5. Add oil to proper level
Excessive oil consumption 1. Oil carryover through lines 1. See "Oil Carryover", below
2. Oil leaks at all fittings and 2. Tighten or replace fittings or
gaskets gasket
Oil Carryover 1. Overfill ing the reservoir 1. Drain excess oil from system
2. Clogged, broken or loose oil 2. Tighten or replace faulty lines
return lines
3. Ruptured oil separator 3. Replace element
element
4. Loose assembly 4. Tighten all fittings and gaskets
5. Foam caused by use of 5. Use Gardner Denver AEON
incorrect oi l 4000 or 9000SP Lubri cating
Coolant
6. Inoperative minimum 6. Replace valve
pressure valve
7. Operation at elevated 7. Reduce temperature. See
di scharge temperatures "High Temperature
Operation", page 57.
8. Scavenge line check valve 8. Replace check valve
failure
9. Water condensate in oil 9. Check oil reservoir
temperature, and if low,
change thermal mixi ng valve
element to higher
temperature.
13-21-600 Page74
SYSTEM
"CHANGE SEPARATOR" Text
Advisory
POSSIBLE CAUSE REMEDY
1. Separator differential is 1. Change Separator
greater than 15 psid (1 bar)
or change interval hours have
been exceeded.
2. Bad Transducer
3. Misadjusted minimum
pressure valve
4. Sticky minimum pressure
valve
5. Defective minimum pressure
valve. [Won't set at 65 psig
(4.5 bar)]
6. Electri cal noise creating false
readings
7. Ruptured oil separator
element
8. Loose assembly
9. Foam caused by use of
incorrect oil
10. Inoperative minimum
pressure valve
11. Operation at elevated
discharge temperatures
12. Scavenge line check valve
fai lure
13. Water condensate in oil
13-21-600 Page 75
2. Verify readings with
mechanical gauges. If
defective, replace with
Transducer li sted in Parts List
13-21-500.
3. Set minimum pressure valve
at 65 psig (4.5 bar)
4. Disassemble and clean
5. Rebuild or replace
6. Make sure transducer wires
are kept to a minimum length
and are twisted
7. Replace element
8. Tighten all fittings and gaskets
9. Use Gardner Denver AEON
4000 or 9000SP Lubri cating
Coolant
10. Clean out or replace valve
11. Reduce temperature. See
"High Temperature
Operation", page 57.
12.Replace check valve
13. Check oil reservoir
temperature, and if low,
change thermal mixing valve
element to higher
temperature.
Gardner
Deriver
GENERAL PROVI SIONS AND LIMITATIONS
WARRANTY
ROTARY SCREW COMPRESSORS AND VACUUM PACKAGES
OIL I NJECTED - OIL FREE
Gardner Denver (the "Company") warrants to each original retail purchaser ("Purchaser") of its new products from the Company or its authorized
distributor that such products are, at the time of delivery to the Purchaser, made with good material and workmanship. No warranty is made with
respect to:
1. Any product which has been repaired or altered in such a way, in the Company's judgment, as to affect the product adversely.
2. Any product which has, in the Company's judgment been subject to negligence, accident, improper storage, or improper installation or
application.
3. Any product which has not been operated or mai ntained in accordance with the recommendations of the Company.
4. Components or accessories manufactured, warranted and/or serviced by others.
5. Any reconditioned or prior owned product.
Claims for items described in (4) above should be submitted directly to the manufacturer.
WARRANTY PERIOD
The Company's obligation under this warranty is limited to repai ring or, at its option, repl acing, during normal business hours at an authorized service
facility of the Company, and part which in its judgment proved not to be as warranted within the applicable Warranty Period as follows.
AI RENDS
Airends, consisting of all parts within and including the cylinder and gear housing, are warranted for 24 months from date of initial use or 27 months
from date of shipment to the purchaser, whichever occurs first.
Any disassembly or partial disassembly of the airend, or failure to return the "unopened" airend per Company instructions, will be cause for deni al of
warranty.
MAJOR PACKAGE COMPONENTS
Air or water coo!ed coolers and the AutoSentry Controllers are warranted for 24 months from date of initi al use or 27 months from date of shipment to
the first purchaser, whichever occurs first, as provided in, and subject to the terms of the original component manufacturer's warranty.
DRIVE AND FAN MOTOR
The drive and fan motor (if applicable) are warranted for 60 months from start-up or 63 months from shipment, whichever occurs fi rst. The warranty is
applicable only to Toshiba low voltage motors (600 Volts or less). High voltage motors and other manufacturer motors furnished due to customer
request or special requirements carry the motor manufacturer's warranty.
OTHER COMPONENTS
All other components are warranted for 12 months from date of i niti al use or 15 months from date of shipment to first purchaser, whichever occurs first.
LABOR TRANSPORTATI ON AND INSPECTI ON
The Company will provide labor, by Company representative or authorized service personnel , for repair or replacement of any product or part thereof
which in the Company's judgment is proved not to be as warranted. Labor shall be limited to the amount specified in the Company's labor rate
schedule.
Labor costs in excess of the Company rate schedule amounts or labor provided by unauthorized service personnel is not provided for by this warranty.
All costs of transportation of product, labor or parts claimed not to be as warranted and, of repaired or replacement parts to or from such service
facilities shall be borne by the Purchaser. The Company may require the return of any part claimed not to be as warranted to one of its facilities as
designated by Company, transportation prepaid by Purchaser, to establish a claim under this warranty.
Replacement parts provided under the terms of the warranty are warranted for the remai nder of the Warranty Period of the product upon which
installed to the same extent as if such parts were original components.
DISCLAIMER
THE FOREGOING WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IT IS EXPRESSLY AGREED THAT, EXCEPT AS TO TITLE, THE COMPANY MAKES NO
OTHER WARRANTIES AND HEREBY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WI THOUT LIMITATION, EXPRESSED,
IMPLI ED OR STATUTORY WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
USE.
THE REMEDY PROVI DED UNDER THIS WARRANTY SHALL BE THE SOLE, EXCLUSIVE AND ONLY REMEDY AVAILABLE TO PURCHASER
AND IN NO CASE SHALL THE COMPANY BE SUBJECT TO ANY OTHER OBLIGATIONS OR LIABILI TIES. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES
SHALL THE COMPANY BE LIABLE FOR SPECIAL, INDI RECT, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, EXPENSES, LOSSES OR
DELAYS HOWSOEVER CAUSED.
NO STATEMENT, REPRESENTATION, AGREEMENT, OR UNDERSTANDING, ORAL OR WRITIEN, MADE BY ANY AGENT, DI STRIBUTOR,
REPRESENTATI VE, OR EMPLOYEE OF THE COMPANY WHICH IS NOT CONTAINED IN THIS WARRANTY WILL BE BINDING UPON THE
COMPANY UNLESS MADE IN WRITING AND EXECUTED BY AN OFFICER OF THE COMPANY.
THI S WARRANTY SHALL NOT BE EFFECTIVE AS TO ANY CLAIM WHI CH IS NOT PRESENTED WITHIN 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE UPON
WHICH THE PRODUCT IS CLAIMED NOT TO HAVE BEEN AS WARRANTED. ANY ACTION FOR BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY MUST BE
COMMENCED WITHIN ONE YEAR AFTER THE DATE UPON WHICH THE CAUSE OF ACTION OCCURRED.
ANY ADJUSTMENT MADE PURSUANT TO THIS WARRANTY SHALL NOT BE CONSTRUED AS AN ADMISSION BY THE COMPANY THAT
ANY PRODUCT WAS NOT AS WARRANTED.
AU-20 R 10/02 2002 Gardner Denver, Inc.
Gardner
benver
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