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ANDERSON, GREENWOOD f CO. REPORT NUMBER

2-0175X8-13

INSTALLATION, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR

OF
INSTRUMENT VALVES AND MANIFOLDS WITH REPLACEABLE SEATS

Types: Hl & HIV-2, -22, -4Q and -44Q, 4RlO MI & M I V , M5, M5V, M5F, M6A, M6AV

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I n s t a l l a t i o n of all Type Hl v a l v e s and instrument manifolds should be done byqualified personnel. Port connections should be made up tight with a suitable thread sealant or teflon tape to insure a leak free connection. Flow though the single valves may be in either direction. Manifolds should

be connected to correspond with the flow diagmm on the nameplate. 2. Mai ntenance programs are not generally required for this type of valve unless they are in a severe service which demands periodic service, repacking and relubrication of all components of the system. 3. Repair 3.1 3.1.1 Seat replacement, Remove pin adjacent to bonnet of eaking valve. Heavy duty pliers or wire cutters are required 3.1.2 3.1.3 o grip the pin for removal.

Remove bonnet assembly by unscrewing counter clockwise. The valve seat may be pried loose by using a rod of approximately l/8 i n . diameter, inserted into one passage hole of the seat and pressing downward on the other end.

3.1.4

Clean the valve seat cavity and be certain that the indexing pin is in place in the bottom of the seat cavity before inserting the

new seat.

Place the seat in the valve body with the indexing pin

engaged in the notch in the lower edge of the seat. This prevents rotation of the seat and misalignment of the flow passages.

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3.2 3.2.1

Installation of the bonnet assembly Before installing the bonnet assembly it is essential that the stem be retracted upward into the bonnet. If the stem is in the down position it may contact the bottom of the body before the bonnet is fully screwed down into the body and prevent the sealing s u r f a c e s of the body and bonnet from meeting.

3.2.2

The proper wrenching torque for the bonnet is 35 to 40 foot Ibs., to establish at tight seal.

3.2.3

Replace the pin in one of the two holes adjacent to the bonnet as a safety devise.

3.3 3.3.1

Repair of Bonnet Assemblies and replacement of stem sea/;.. O-ring sealed bonnet assemblies (Refer to Page # 5 ) To replace O-ring, first remove handle and unscrew stem downward through bottom end of bonnet. with a sharp pointed pick. solvent. Remove O-ring and back up ring

Clean bonnet and stem with any suitable

Examine threads of stem for excessive wear or damage.

If unsuitable for further use the entire bonnet assembly should be replaced. Parts suitable for further use should be thouroughly

lubricated over the threaded area with a grease compatable with the service for which the valve is to be used. Re-assemble p e r drawing on page # 5 3.3,2 )

Teflon packed bonnet assemblies (Ref. Page # 6 ). Teflon packings do not often .need r e p l a c e m e n t if a leak occures. Usually the leak

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can be stopped by tightening the pocking nut. If this is not sufficient to stop the leak, the packing may be replaced without removing the valve bonnet assembly. position. The valve may be backseated in the full open

The packing may then be changed by removing the handle and

packing nut. The packing after being in use is usually compressed tightly
in the packing nut and must be pried out. When the new packing is installed and the bonnet assembly reassembled the packing nut should be tightened until a seal is established. This usually requires a torque of

3 t o 5 ft. Ibs., or until a detectable increase in stem rotation resistance is noted.

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Handle

Roll Pin 05-1070-005

Boot 02-6714-001 Bonnet ~~I~~~; 02-2124-002 02-2124-001 02-1913-001 Stem p HIC-2, HIS-2, 02-1913-002 Back Up Ring 02-1914-000 O-Ring Buna-N 05-1053-012 05-1056-012 Viton Seat Delrin 02-1902-013 Kel-F 02-1902-006 Indexing Pin 02-1504-000

02-2126-001 Bonnet Assy. 02-2126-002 Bpnnet Assy.

HIS-2 and Stn.StI. Manifolds HIC-2 and Carbon Sti. Manifolds. 02-1038-001 HIS-4RlO 02-1012-000 HIC-4RlO Back Up Ring 02-1914-000 05-1053-012 O-Ring Buna-N 02-1006-001 Retaining Ring 02-1003-003 HIC-4RlO Bonnet 02-1037-001 HIS-4R10 .02-1005-004 Seat, Delrin 02-1005-001 Kel-F Stem 13 >

HIC-4RlO 02-1012-004 Bonnet Assy 02-1039-001 Bonnet Assy, HIS-4RlO Handle Bolt Torque 12 to 15 ft. Ibs. Bonnet to Body Torque 35 to 40 ft. Ibs. Lubricant, Desco #600 grease P/N 05-1500-016

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05-1004-307 05-1004-195 02-2122-001 02-2122-012 Stn.Stl. 02-2118-000 Packing Packing Washer 02-2119-000 02-2120-001 Packing Nut HIVC 02-2120-002 HIVS 02-2125-002 Bonnet HIVC 0 2-2125-001 HJVS 02-2128-000 Stem HJVC 02-2128-006 HJVS 02-.1902-013 02-1902-006 02-1504-000

Roll 05-J

02-2127-001 02-2127-002

Bonnet Assy. Bonnet Assy.

HIVS-2 8 Stn.Stl. Manifolds HIVC-2 & Carbon Stl. Manifolds 02-6237-001 02-6259-001 02-7012-002 02-223-002 Stem 02-1009-001 Bonnet 02-1008-004

02-1007-004 Bonnet Assy - HIVC-4RlO Only Torque Handle Bolt 12 to 15 ft. Ibs. Torque Bonnet into Body 35 to 40 ft.lbs. Lubricant. Desco # 600 grease. P/N 05-1500-016

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