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Westfalia Separator

Mineraloil Systems GmbH

Westfalia Separator Mineraloil Systems GmbH

Mechanical Separation
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Service Training by Ronald Eschmann, Service Center Hamburg

- model designation
- installation
- bowl parts
- single mode
- series mode
- running mode -02- running mode -91- running mode -01- running mode -36- running mode -96- running mode -0196- Displacement
- potable water
- syphons
- centripetal pump

- Foundation
- clutch, clutch shoes
- gear oil
- wear to gear
- bottom bearing
- misc.: OSA7, OSA20, OSB35
- bowl unbalance
- wear protection
- refinery process / fuel problems
- timing unit VESA, VESB, VESC
- timing unit C7
- alarm list
- trouble shooting list

Westfalia Separator
Mineraloil Systems GmbH

model designation of separators

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e.g. OSA7-02-066

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Westfalia Separator
Mineraloil Systems GmbH

model designation of separators

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OSA 7-02-066
application: Mineral Oil
Separator with self-cleaning bowl
A-series of WS-Separators
size (efficiency) 7
bowl for clarification and separation with a disc stack
separator with single centripetal pump and
discharge by gravity of the heavy component (water)
drive via centrifugal clutch, open frame, neck
bearing standard or gas-tight; standard or EEx motor
hinged hood, either cast design with cast-on feedand discharge line or welded design with welded-on
or screwed-on feed and discharge connections
flange-type motor (horizontal), type B5, with clutch

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Westfalia Separator
Mineraloil Systems GmbH

Diagram of installation

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Stuffing box oil


Fuel

Settl.
tank

Service
tank

Sludge tank

Sludge

HFO - Sludge tank

LO - Sludge tank

Lube oil
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Bilge water
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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

Diagram of installation: SINGLE MODE

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instrument air

feed valve

pre-heater
steam inlet

solenoid f+d water

motor starter
potable water
clean oil discharge

control unit

throttle valve

inspection cover

pressure switch
Separator
solenoid
operating water

pre-set valve
water discharges
feed pump
pre-strainer
dirty oil feed

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Westfalia Separator
Mineraloil Systems GmbH

bowl: VARIZONE

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dirty water discharges

clean oil discharge

dirty oil feed

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Westfalia Separator
Mineraloil Systems GmbH

bowl: disk stack

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The disk stack consits a


large number of conical
disks situated on top of
each other. Each disk is
provided with spacers so
that there are precisley
defined narrow interspaces
(very small radial sedimentation path). The solids will
be collected on the upper
wall of each inter-space. A
smooth bottom disk
surface is necessary to slide
down the solids into bowl
sludge holding space.

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Westfalia Separator
Mineraloil Systems GmbH

bowl: disk stack

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Westfalia Separator
Mineraloil Systems GmbH

Bowl: OSA7-02

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Westfalia Separator
Mineraloil Systems GmbH

bowl: OSA20 UNITROL

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CS

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PSL

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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

bowl: OSB35-02

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Westfalia Separator
Mineraloil Systems GmbH

Bowl: OSC4-02

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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

bowl: OSC4 UNITROL

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CS

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PSL

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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

bowl: OSC30-91

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Westfalia Separator
Mineraloil Systems GmbH

bowl: OSD6-91

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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

diagram of installation: SINGLE MODE

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temperature switch high / low

pressure switch low (SMS)

conductivity sensor (WMS)

1: displacement water
2: operating water
3: 3/2 way feed valve
4: circulation valve
5: water discharge valve
6: dirty oil feed
7: feed return line
8: clean oil discharge

6
3
7

pressure switch

ejection monitoring

motor protection

vibration monitor

flow switch

HFO: single / parallel mode: recommended with increased water content


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Westfalia Separator
Mineraloil Systems GmbH

diagram of installation: SINGLE MODE

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HFO

return line of feed valve led back to settling tank


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Westfalia Separator
Mineraloil Systems GmbH

diagram of installation: SINGLE MODE

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LO

return line of feed valve led back to oil sump


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Westfalia Separator
Mineraloil Systems GmbH

diagram of installation: SERIES MODE

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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

diagram of installation: SERIES MODE

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HFO series mode: recommended with increased amount of solids in the feed
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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

SERIES MODE of operation: HFO only

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When running in series mode only the feed pump and pre-heater
of the first stage (purifier) are in operation. An attached feed
pump at the second stage (clarifier) must be disconnected from
the horizontal shaft to avoid a run dry. If necessary the setpoint
of TAL (temp. alarm low) needs to be lowered as well as the
timer alarm bridging time needs to be increased at the timing
unit of second stage in order to avoid PAL (discharge pressure
low) alarms.
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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

diagram of installation: SERIES MODE

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series mode of operation: process and installation diagram

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Westfalia Separator
Mineraloil Systems GmbH

series mode with VESB-EC 1

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holes open in
separating disc

holes closed in
separating disc

FIRST STAGE: PURIFIER


Function keys to be pre-selected
at timing unit type VESB-EC 1:

SECOND STAGE: CLARIFIER


Function keys to be pre-selected
at timing unit type VESB-EC 1:

F2, F3 and F13

F2, F3, F4, F10 and F13

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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

series mode with VESB-EC 1

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Series Mode FAIL

Series Mode OFF

Series Mode ON

Feedback Signal

24 VDC from unit 1

Series Mode FAIL

Series Mode OFF

Series Mode ON

Feedback Signal

24 VDC from unit 2

VESB- Panel
INPUTS - UNIT 2
OUTPUTS -UNIT 2
No. 2
I 111
I 112
I 113
I 114 O 1013 O 1014 O 1015 O 1016
X1-Terminals 23 24 26 25 27 28 30 29 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66

X1-Terminals 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 23 24 26 25 27 28 30 29
VESB- Panel O 1013 O 1014 O 1015 O 1016 I 111
I 112
I 113
I 114
No. 1
OUTPUTS - UNIT 1
INPUTS - UNIT 1

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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

series mode with C7

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holes open in
separating disc

holes closed in
separating disc

FIRST STAGE: PURIFIER


Function keys to be pre-selected
at timing unit type C7:
and
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SECOND STAGE: CLARIFIER


Function keys to be pre-selected
at timing unit type C7:
and

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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

series mode with C7

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MPI-interface / MPI - code 1/2

MPI-interface / MPI - code 3/4

on
off
A

on
off

HFO 1
WMS-01-

Terminal strip
HFO 1
1

12

HFO 2
SMS -36-

Terminal strip
HFO 2
1 12

sc

sc

Cable type:
UNITRONIC-BUS-FD P L2/F.I.P
1x2x0,25 mm2 + screen
Attention:
Not laying MPI-data cables parallelly to power cables
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Westfalia Separator
Mineraloil Systems GmbH

Separator type VARIZONE -02-

Mechanical Separation
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OSC4

VARIZONE -02-: no UNITROL valves


on the hood but a regulating ring;
suitable for products with max.
density of 0,991 kg/dm @ 15C
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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

Separator type VARIZONE -02-, regulating ring

Mechanical Separation
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OSC15

OSA20

Regulating ring (ringdam)

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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

Separator type VARIZONE -02-, regulating ring

Mechanical Separation
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To choose the correct size of regulating


ring, the density of the oil as well as the
separation temperature must be given.
For example: density is given with 0,873
kg/dm @ 20C. Separation temp: 70C
The density of oil decreases linear with
increased temperature. Find the intersection
of the density line with the line of 70C.
Find the thick curves (here green). The
number in the field between two curves
shows the correct regulating ring: 70 mm.

OSC5-02-066

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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

Separator type VARIZONE -02-, regulating ring

Mechanical Separation
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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

Separator type VARIZONE -91-

Mechanical Separation
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OSC30

-91-: same working principle as


VARIZONE -02-. Dirty water is not
drained by gravity into the hood but
discharged under pressure by means
of a second centripetal pump
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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

Separator type VARIZONE -91-

Mechanical Separation
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1 Dirty oil feed


2 Clean oil discharge
3 Filling / Displacement water
4 Pressure switch (clean oil)
5 Regulating ring
6 Control unit
7 Centripetal pump (dirty water)
8 Centripetal pump (clean oil)
9 Separating disk
10 Sludge holding space
11 Dirty water discharge
12 Operating water discharge
13 Sludge discharge
14 Operating water feed
15 Solenoid valve block
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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

Separator type VARIZONE -91-

Mechanical Separation
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clean oil discharge

dirty water
discharge to
frame drain

dirty oil feed

Two centripetal pumps


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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

Separator type VARIZONE -91-

Mechanical Separation
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pressure switch in the dirty water


discharge: PAH breakover water discharge

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OSC30

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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

Separator type VARIZONE -91-

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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

Separator type VARIZONE -91-

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holes open !

All process parameters, timer adjustments, water flow rates, regulating


ring diagrams etc. of separator type -91- are identically with -02- design.
Please note, the screw pins needs to be removed from the lower centripetal pump chamber cover when running mode VARIZONE -91-.
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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

Separator type VARIZONE -91-

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regulating ring

Efficient dewatering of water-contained


oils is only possible when the bowl is
correctly adjusted to the difference in
densities between oil and water.
The inner diameter of the regulating
ring can be determined from the
diagram or by experiment. The general
rule of thumb is:
- narrow regulating ring for heavy oil
- wide regulating ring for light oil
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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

Separator type VARIZONE -91-

Mechanical Separation
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lower centripetal pump chamber cover

-UNITROLholes closed

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-VARIZONEholes open

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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

Separator type VARIZONE -91-

Mechanical Separation
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OSC30

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Westfalia Separator
Mineraloil Systems GmbH

Separator type UNITROL-WMS -01-

Mechanical Separation
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OSC50

UNITROL-WMS: no ringdam;
with conductivity sensor, circulation- and water discharge
valve, suitable for products with
max. density of 1,01 kg/dm @
15C
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Water Monitoring System:


PURIFIER - FIRST STAGE

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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

Separator type UNITROL-WMS -01-

Mechanical Separation
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1: dirty oil feed


2: clean oil discharge
3: displacement
water feed
4: pressure indicator
5: conductivity sensor
6: pressure switch
7: circulation valve
8: water discharge
valve

HFO

19
19: screw pins (holes open
in separating disc !)
p/n: 0019-9045-400
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17: operating water


discharge
18: operating water feed
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9: sensing liquid flow


10: sensing liquid pump
11: control unit
12: centripetal pump
(clean oil)
13: separating disc
14: dirty water discharge
15: sludge holding space
16: sludge discharge
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Separator type UNITROL-WMS -01-

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HFO
5

19

After the feed valve is open the WMS function is activated. The conductivity
sensor (5) in the bypass line monitors the liquid concentration and leads off
registered water by opening the water discharge valve (8). When running WMS 01- there is no need for filling water. To avoid emulsification, conductivity
measurement is intermittent, i.e. the circulation valve (7) is closed via TIMER 15
for 60 seconds followed by opening of the circulation valve for 15 seconds via
TIMER 16. Only during this time can the conductivity sensor register and
discharge water until oil is detected again. Subsequently the measuring cycle is
re-started.
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Separator type UNITROL-WMS -01-

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holes open in
separating disc

PURIFICATION means the separation of liquid mixtures which


consists of two liquids, with simultaneous removal of the solids
contained in the liquids.CLARIFICATION is the removal of solids
from a liquid.
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Separator type UNITROL-WMS -01-

Mechanical Separation
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CS

PSL

CS

Separation: Circulation valve


open, CS not activated
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PSL

Water discharge: CS activated,


water discharge valve open

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WMS - measuring relais : type DNAR

Mechanical Separation
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WMS - measuring relais : type DNAR

Mechanical Separation
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old version until 1996

turn clockwise to max.


set to: 100 - 200

WS part number: 0005-3929-000 (220 VDC) 0005-3929-010 (110 VDC)


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WMS - measuring relais : type RM-3 LA1

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function: the time from that the


conductivity sensor is detecting water
until water is being discharged
R-sector: the full scale adjustment: 50 k
R-value : to be adjusted to approx. 20
means the actual setpoint has been adjusted to 20 k. When do the fine tuning
at site (adding water manually) please
check the switch back from water
discharge to purification. The setpoint
needs to be decreased in case the
program does not switch back to
purification
Time value s: value of delay time: 1 sec

WS part number: 0005-3929-020 (since summer 1996)


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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

WMS - measuring relais : type RM-3 LA1

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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

WMS - measuring relais : type RM-4 LA3 2MW

Mechanical Separation
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time delay adjustment: set to 1 sec


sensitivity adjustment: set to 40 % of full
scale, to be balanced at site. The setpoint
is to be reduced in case the WMS does not
switch back from water discharge to
circulation.

empty / fill selection: set to empty


sensivitiy range / delay function selection:
set to 50
sensivity range: 0 - 50 k
function: ON-delay (the time from
detecting water to water discharge)

WS part number: 0005-3929-030; since summer 2003


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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

replacement DNAR by RM3 / RM4

Mechanical Separation
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terminal

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DNAR

RM3 / RM4

11

15

12

16

14

18

B2

B1

A1

A1

A2

A2

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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

WMS: conductivity sensor 0005-1347-000

Mechanical Separation
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

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housing
isolating piece
cover
hex head screw
sensor
threaded piece
gasket (2 pcs)
gasket (2 pcs)
cable head
cable
plug
plug

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0005-1347-010
0005-1347-020
0005-1347-030
0019-6842-400
0005-1347-100
0019-0576-600
0007-2507-750
0007-1866-830
0005-0637-000
0005-0400-008
0019-0644-600
0019-1492-000

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WMS: conductivity sensor 0005-1347-000

Mechanical Separation
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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

WMS: conductivity sensor 0005-1347-000

Mechanical Separation
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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

Separator type UNITROL -SMS -36-

Mechanical Separation
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OSC50

UNITROL-SMS -36-: no ringdam; pressure switch and circulation valve in use, running in
second stage when running in
series mode only, HFO clarifier
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Sludge Monitoring System:


CLARIFIER - SECOND STAGE

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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

Separator type UNITROL -SMS -36-

Mechanical Separation
Division

1: dirty oil feed


2: clean oil discharge
3: displacement
water feed
4: pressure indicator
5: conductivity sensor
6: pressure switch
7: circulation valve
8: water discharge
valve

HFO

19
19: screw pins (holes closed
in separating disc !)
p/n: 0019-9045-400
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17: operating water


discharge
18: operating water feed
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9: sensing liquid flow


10: sensing liquid pump
11: control unit
12: centripetal pump
(clean oil)
13: separating disc
14: dirty water discharge
15: sludge holding space
16: sludge discharge
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Separator type UNITROL -SMS -36-

Mechanical Separation
Division

HFO
6

19

A small amount of sensing liquid is diverted via the separating disc (13). It is
conveyed by the sensing liquid pump (10), the circulation valve (7) to the
pressure switch (6) and recycled back into the feed. If the sensing liquid
intake becomes blocked due to water or solid accumulation in the sludge
holding space (15) the pressure switch sends a pulse to the control unit. The
automatic solids ejection program for both first stages is triggered (so
called self thinker). The pressure switch is working as PSL. The circulation
valve is open over the whole period of time of separation.
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Separator type UNITROL -SMS -36-

Mechanical Separation
Division

holes closed in
separating disc

A clarifier is not able to discharge water continiously just by de-sludgings


only. The system of WMS -01- and SMS -36- are identically. To rebuild the
separator from WMS into SMS just close the holes in the separating disc by
means of two screw pins and re-adjust the timing unit.
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Separator type UNITROL -SMS -36-

Mechanical Separation
Division

CS PSL

Separation:
circulation valve
open, sensing liquid
pressure above the
setpoint of pressure
switch
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CS

PSL

Separation: circulation
valve open, sludge
holding space filled up
with solids, sensing liquid
pressure dropped below
setpoint
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CS PSL

Ejection: on both
stages triggered by the
self thinker, feed
valve closed .

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Separator type UNITROL -SMS -96-

Mechanical Separation
Division

OSC50

UNITROL-SMS-96-: no ringdam;
pressure switch and circulation
valve in use, designed for LO
only; same working principles as
SMS-36-, holes open in sep. disc.
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Sludge Monitoring System


for Lube oil

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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

Separator type UNITROL -SMS -96-

Mechanical Separation
Division

CS PSL

Filling: no pressure at
the PSL, CS not in use,
holes in separating
disc open, bowl
partially pre-filled
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CS PSL

Separation: sensing
liquid pressure above
the setpoint

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CS PSL

Separation: sludge
holding space filled up
with water and solids,
sensing liquid pressure
dropped below setpoint,
ejection triggered
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Separator type UNITROL -SMS -96-

Mechanical Separation
Division

1: dirty oil feed


2: clean oil discharge
3: displacement
water feed
4: pressure indicator
5: conductivity sensor
6: pressure switch
7: circulation valve

LO

8: water discharge
valve
9: sensing liquid flow
10: sensing liquid pump
11: control unit
12: centripetal pump
(clean oil)
19

19: screw pins (holes open in


separating disc !)
p/n: 0019-9045-400

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13: separating disc


17: operating water
discharge

14: dirty water discharge

18: operating water feed

16: sludge discharge

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15: sludge holding space

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Separator type UNITROL -SMS -96-

Mechanical Separation
Division

LO
6

19

A small amount of sensing liquid is diverted via the holes in the separating disc
(13). It is conveyed by the sensing liquid pump (10), the circulation valve (7) to
the pressure switch (6) and recycled back into the feed. If the sensing liquid
intake becomes blocked due to water or solid accumulation in the sludge
holding space (15) the pressure switch sends a pulse to the control unit. The
automatic solids ejection program is triggered (so called self thinker). The
pressure switch is working as PSL. Before feed valve is open the bowl is partially
filled with water. This is not to create a water seal but will improve the
clarification (discharge of solids from the oil).
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Separator type UNITROL -SMS -96-

Mechanical Separation
Division

holes open in
separating disc

When running with UNITROL SMS -96- the flowrate of filling- and
displacement water must not exceed 0,1 l/s. To achieve this reduced
flowrate a orifice plate of bore 3,0 mm needs to be installed in the
filling- and displacement water assy.
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LO: Separator type UNITROL-WMS+SMS -0196-

Mechanical Separation
Division

UNITROL-WMS+SMS: no ringdam; conductivity sensor, circulation- and water discharge


valve as well as pressure switch
in use. For LO only.
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Water Monitoring System +


Sludge Monitoring System

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Separator type UNITROL WMS+SMS -0196-

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CS

PSL

CS

After the ejection the bowl is


empty. Sliding piston as well as
annular piston are in sealing
position.
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PSL

FILLING: the bowl will be filled


with water timer controlled.
The signal of the pressure
switch will override the timer.

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Separator type UNITROL WMS+SMS -0196-

Mechanical Separation
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CS

PSL

CS

SEPARATION: the upper


centripetal pump is acting as a
gravity disk. Dirty water will be
discharged continiously.
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PSL

HIGH WATER: Alarm will be


given once that a certain
amount of water is being
discharged (Timer controlled)

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Separator type UNITROL WMS+SMS -0196-

Mechanical Separation
Division

CS

PSL

CS

SMS mode: after the WMS


mode is over by timer the SMS
mode is activated. Water will
be added timer controlled.
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PSL

SMS mode: Both valves are


closed. No signal of the pressure
switch means: sludge holding
space is filled up.

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Separator type UNITROL WMS+SMS -0196-

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CS

PSL

CS

SMS mode: Ejections will be


triggered timer controlled. The
signal of the pressure switch
will override the timer (T20)
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PSL

BREAKOVER: Alarm will be given


when the water seal has been lost
however: Signal from the PSL but
no signal from the CS.

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non-self-cleaning type: solid wall bowl

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Type OTA

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Type OTB

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Type OTC

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Separator type UNITROL -DISPLACEMENT-

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Division

CS

PSL

Separation: sludge holding space filled up with


solids, sensing liquid
pressure dropped below
setpoint

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CS PSL

Displacement: Filling
+ Displacement and
circulation valve open,
clean oil displaced to
the clean oil discharge

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CS PSL

Ejection: on both stages


triggered by the self
thinker, oil losses
minimized

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Potable water

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condensate as well as desillate is not permissible


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Potable water

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Potable water

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Potable water

Mechanical Separation
Division

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water discharges: syphons

Mechanical Separation
Division

If no syphon is installed, the frame drain as well as the


dirty water discharge must always be submerged below
the minimum tank level so as to produce a liquid seal.
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water discharges: syphons

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Division

If a syphon is installed, submerging of the water


discharges is not required because a liquid seal is already
present. The dimension h min for defining the syphon
lenght is specified in the table.
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centripetal pump

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upper centripetal pump


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lower centripetal pump

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centripetal pump

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OSA, OSB, OSC: Foundation

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Division

Vibrations from the vessel / ship structure into the separator


skid must be reduced as good as possible (rubber cushion,
cap springs, flexible hoses, stiff foundation etc.)
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OSA, OSB, OSC: Foundation

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Division

wrong !

wrong !

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Tighten the lower


nut lightly by hand.
Use an open-end
wrench to tighten
the nut by a further
turn. Then check the
tightened nut with
the upper nut by
counterholding.

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Foundation

Mechanical Separation
Division

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foundation / max. vibration limit

Mechanical Separation
Division

max. vibration limit at installation surface with stopped separator


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OSD: Foundation

Mechanical Separation
Division

0021-3308-750
0021-3309-750

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OSD: Foundation

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Division

OSD 6 / OSD 18

OSD 35 / OSD 60

pos. 340:

2058-1467-000

pos. 390:

2057-1467-000

pos. 350:

0021-3308-750

pos. 400:

0021-3309-750

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clutch, clutch shoes

Mechanical Separation
Division

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fitting of clutch shoes

Mechanical Separation
Division

for OSC15 (belt drive only)


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clutch driver, clutch shoes OSA, OSB, OSC

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Division

For all gear driven separators

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OSD: clutch, cluch shoes

Mechanical Separation
Division

One friction pad for all OSD type of separators

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clutch drive: permissable wear holding slit

Mechanical Separation
Division

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gear oil - oil level in gear box

Mechanical Separation
Division

OTC2
OTC3

Check oil level daily. Check whether the oil bath contains water (milky
colouring) or product (HFO - dark colouring). If so change immediatly.
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gear oil CLP100

Mechanical Separation
Division

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gear oil CLP220

Mechanical Separation
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gear oil ISO-VG 220

Mechanical Separation
Division

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gear oil ISO-VG 68

Mechanical Separation
Division

For belt driven separators only.


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synthetic gear oil, running in procedure

Mechanical Separation
Division

list of approved oils:


MOBIL SHC 630
SHELL Delima HT 220
CASTROL Alphasyn T 220
CASTROL Alphasyn HG 220
BP Enersyn HTX 220
ESSO Teresso SHP 220
ELF (Lub Marine) EPONA SA 220
FINA Gearan 220
The gear must be run in with mineral lube oil for approx. 1500 - 1750 running hours.
The running-in marks must be clearly visible on each tooth of worm wheel.
b = min. 1,5 - 2,5 mm for OSC4, OSC5, ESC4, OTA7, OTB9, OTA14 etc.
b = min. 2,0 - 3,0 mm for OSA20, OSB/C30, OSA/B35, OTA18/30, OSC50 etc.
All approved oils are in accordance with ISO-VG 220 and on poly-alpha-olefin basis
(WS p/n: 0015-0018-200). In case of very high ambient temperature gear oil of ISO-VG
320 is recommended for OSA20, OSB/C30, OSA/B35, OTA18/30 and OSC50. The
remaining viscosity @ 100 C is approx. 30 cSt [mm/s].
For OSC15 (flat belt drive !) synthetic gear oil of ISO-VG 68 is recommended.
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synthetic gear oil, running in procedure

Mechanical Separation
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wear to gear

Mechanical Separation
Division

The gear parts


(both worm wheel
as well as vertical
spindle needs to
be replaced incase
the tip of tooth
worn out to 1/2 to
dimension h.

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The gear parts


(both worm wheel
as well as vertical
spindle needs to
be replaced incase
the base of the
tooth shows sign
of wear.

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bottom bearing

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Division

OSC50
- both bearings may only be replaced together (same maker) !
- the bottom bearings may only be loaded axially in one direction !
- fit both bearings so that the outside narrow rim faces upwards to the bowl !
- incorrect fitting will decrease service life dramatically (crash) !
- heat bearings and protection ring to approx. 80 C before fitting
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bottom bearing : sherical plain bearing

Mechanical Separation
Division

This joint is not a crack but necessary to fit the inner ring in the
factory. There is no special instruction how to install the bearing.
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OSB35 - modified hydraulic system

Mechanical Separation
Division

new

previous

2 x 0007-1674-750
393,1/407,1x7
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1 x 0007-1892-750
385/405x10
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OSB 35: hard metal ring of sliding piston

Mechanical Separation
Division

The sealing surface of the


sliding piston can be
remachined several times when
worn (up to 1,5 mm in total)
before replacement of sliding
piston becomes nescessary.
When re-machining, make sure
that the shoulder on diameter
X is at least 1.0 mm. When in
doubt check dimension Y of
which must be at least 21.0 mm

OSB35
Guide values for re-machining:
Tool: carbide-tipped tool of M30 or K20
Speed: 10 - 12 rpm
Depth of cut: max. 0.15 mm
Rate of feed: max. 0.1 mm/rev
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Remachine the sealing surface


as soon as possible as there are
sligh-test traces of erosion (of
0.2 - 0.3 mm depth). After the
re-machining the polaymid
gasket in the bowl top needs to
be replaced. Rebalancing of
bowl is not necessary.

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OSB 35: correction of bowl height

Mechanical Separation
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OSA20 - modified hydraulic system

Mechanical Separation
Division

new

previous

2040-9958-000

2178-9959-000

2 x 0007-1851-750
304,2/318,2x7
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1 x 0007-1851-750
304,2/318,2x7
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OSA20 - threaded ring 2178-6627-010

Mechanical Separation
Division

In some cases the threaded ring pos. 308 cannot be loosened. To take
off the ring by means of a lathe please use carbide-tipped tool and
about 40 to 70 m/min. Control the thread of the bowl bottom and the
leading surface regarding marks. Smooth the surface. CAUTION: the
threaded ring can be loosen during cut off.
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OSA 20 - hard metal ring of sliding piston

Mechanical Separation
Division

Guide values for re-machining:

OSA20

Tool: carbide-tipped tool of M30 or K20


Speed: 10 - 12 rpm
Depth of cut: max. 0.15 mm
Rate of feed: max. 0.1 mm/rev

The sealing surface of the sliding piston can be re-machined several times when
worn (up to 1,0 mm in total) before replacement of sliding piston becomes
nescessary. When remachining, make sure that the shoulder on diameter X is
at least 1.5 mm. Remachine the sealing surface as soon as possible as there are
slightest traces of erosion (of 0.2 - 0.3 mm depth). After the remachining the
polaymid gasket in the bowl top needs to be replaced. Rebalancing of bowl is
not necessary.
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OSA 20 - frame venting

Mechanical Separation
Division

In order to improve the frame venting a pipe should be


installed in the frame drain as shown above.
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hard metal ring of sliding piston OSA7

Mechanical Separation
Division

OSA7

Guide values for re-machining:


Tool: carbide-tipped tool of M30 or K20
Speed: 10 - 12 rpm
Depth of cut: max. 0.15 mm
Rate of feed: max. 0.1 mm/rev
The sealing surface of sliding piston can
be re-machined several times when
worn (up to 1,0 mm in total) before
replacement of sliding piston becomes
nescessary. When re-machining, make
sure that the shoulder on diameter X
is at least 1.5 mm.

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Re-machine the sealing surface as soon as


possible as there are sligh-test traces of
erosion (of 0.2 - 0.3 mm depth). After the
re-machining the polaymid gasket in the
bowl top needs to be replaced.
Re-balancing of bowl is not necessary

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bowl: Table of bowl heights

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Division

type

X [mm] Y [mm] 50 Hz [rpm]

60 Hz [rpm]

OSC4

54-56

9980

10030

OSC5

54-56

9980

10030

OSA7

80-82

1,50

8520

8510

OSC15

37-39

OSA20

120-122

2,00

7500

7500

OSC30

16-18

2,00

7500

7500

OSB35

38-40

2,00

6440

6540

OSC50 -old-

43-45

2,00

6500

6500

OSC50 -new-

34-36

2,00

6500

6500

9960 / 10240 11490 / 11470

*: height not adjustable

adjustment of bowl height:


- unscrew bottom bearing cap (3)
- remove gasket (1)
- Adjust the bowl height by turning bottom bearing
threaded piece (2). A full turn will raise or lower the
bowl by the dimension Y.
bowl is too high: turn anti-clockwise
bowl is too low: turn clockwise

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separator bowl - unbalance

Mechanical Separation
Division

when having trouble with unbalance of bowl please check if:


- all 0 marks are in-line and all locking devices are in perfect condition
- the disc stack pressure has been lost (blind disk or disk to be added)
- any damages / erosion / corrosion / cavitation are to be noticed
- the bowl has been re-assembled completely (missing parts ?)
- all bowl parts are arranged in fixed positions to one onother
- bowl parts from different bowl has been mixed

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separator bowl - unbalance

Mechanical Separation
Division

The bowl needs to be exchanged when


the bowl top or bowl bottom has been
damaged. These bowl parts cannot
be replaced without re-balancing of
complete bowl because of the
positions of balancing area.
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bowl: taper seat of bowl bottom / spindle

Mechanical Separation
Division

The conical seat of bowl bottom and worm spindle


must be absolutely dry when assembling the bowl.
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separator bowl: chrome layer peeling

Mechanical Separation
Division

The sliding surfaces of bowl


are protected with a crome
layer to prevent bowl parts
from seizing during the
run-ning-in phase. This
crome layer is necessary
during the first few hundret
running hours only and may
peel off. The scope and
location of this peeling can
differ from bowl to bowl.
The product, the operating
mode and the number of
ejections etc. can influence
the overall picture. There is
no effect on the separation
efficiency, maintenance
schedule and service life of
bowl.
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separator bowl OSA, OSB - wear protection

Mechanical Separation
Division

Bowls type OSA and OSB are equipped with wear


protection against erosion when running with
HFO: wear liner, wear inserts and hard metal ring.
Please never run bowl without wear protection
with HFO or any other abrasive product (sludge,
palmoil etc.)
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Refinery process

Mechanical Separation
Division

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cat fines

Mechanical Separation
Division

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Residual Marine fuel standards

Mechanical Separation
Division

ISO, BSI, CIMAC


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Incompatibility of Fuels

Mechanical Separation
Division

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Incompatibility of Fuels

Mechanical Separation
Division

Sludge of an asphalt nature may be produced if fuels from different


refineries are mixed and this sludge may cause serious trouble. If
this happens the fuels are said to be incompatibile. Such disruptions
first become evident in the centrifuge in the form of excessive
amounts of sludge separating out. Asphalt sludge may also clog the
pipes, pre-heater and filter and collect in the tanks. Changing the
temperature of the oil has virtually no effect on the formation of
sediment. The reason is that the more intensive refining process and
particularly the use of the visbreaker, produces a higher content of
aspahltenes. Many of these large molecules are at the limit of their
solubility in the parent oil (are in a labile state). It is ensured that
the above disorders do not occur in refineries by appropriate
management of the process and by admixing selected components
(e.g. cracked gas oil to act as a low-viscosity component). If however
a heavy oil of this kind is mixed with a fuel with a lower capacity for
dissolved asphaltenes, then the asphaltenes precipitate. Instability
of this nature exists even when for example admixed component is
a paraffin-base destillate.
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Incompatibility of Fuels

Mechanical Separation
Division

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Stability of Fuels

Mechanical Separation
Division

Occationally layers of low and high-viscosity oil occure which have


nothing to do with stability but are due to inadequate blending of the
components. This may cause an oil overflow to the dirty water discharge.
The chemical stability of a residual oil decreases the more deficient the
carbon molecules is in the hydrogen atoms which would be needed to
occupy all its free valences. Therefore it is easy for external influences to
bring about a change in the chemical make-up of the molecules. This
danger is thus accentuated with the fairly hydrogen-deficinet residues
from cracking plants (catalytic crackers and visbreakers).
The residues in question oxidise by absorbing oxygen from the
atmosphere and as a result of polymerisation (linking) of molecules they
form fairly large structures which precipitate as sludge. The tendency to
oxidise increases with the content of unsaturated hydrocarbons, of which
there is a particularly high concentration in residues from cracking. The
tendency also increases sharply as temperature rises. For this reason feed
tanks should not be heated very much above the pump temperature.
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Precipitation of Paraffin (wax) / Spot test

Mechanical Separation
Division

It must be remembered that fuel oils may contain components of a


paraffine nature. Paraffins in the narrower sense are usually understood
to be those members of a homologues series of saturated straight-chain
hydrocarbons which exits as a solid phase at room temperature. So long
as the fuel oil is kept at an appropriate temperature, the paraffines
remain in solution but as their solubility decreases as temperature drops,
paraffin components may separate out in solid form if the fuel oil cools
down. The temperature at which the precipitation of the paraffin
begins depends on the mean molecular weight of the fuel oil and also
on the amount of paraffins present and their melting points. As the
majority of fractions of this kind are cracked off in cracking plants, the
precipitation of paraffins is more frequently encountered with residues
from pure destillation.
A small amount of the phase flowing out on the water side is heated to
approximately 100 C and a spot placed on a filter paper. If a nucleus
collects, then what is involved is the precipitation of asphaltenes or the
separating out of products of oxidation and if not then it is the
precipitation of paraffins.
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fuel problem: contamination with chemicals

Mechanical Separation
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fuel problem: contamination with chemicals

Mechanical Separation
Division

pittings / cavitations at the sensing liquid pump (HFO)


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fuel problem: contamination with chemicals

Mechanical Separation
Division

CS

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5 bar

CS

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35 bar

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fuel problem: contamination with chemicals

Mechanical Separation
Division

pittings / cavitations at the sensing liquid pump (HFO)


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electrical equipment -general layout plan

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Diagram of installation: SINGLE MODE

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feed valve

pre-heater

solenoid filling/
displacement
water

Motor
starter

control unit
pressure
switch

Separator

solenoid
operating
water

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Timing unit type VESA

Mechanical Separation
Division

Voll
Elektronische
Steuerung
A- Typ
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timing unit type VESA


installed 1980 - 1990
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Timing unit type VESA

Mechanical Separation
Division

Voll
Elektronische
Steuerung
A- Typ
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timing unit type VESA


installed 1980 - 1990
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Timing unit type VESA

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Timing unit type VESA

Mechanical Separation
Division

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Timing unit type VESA

Mechanical Separation
Division

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Timing unit type VESA

Mechanical Separation
Division

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Timing unit type VESA

Mechanical Separation
Division

d1: Waiting
d2: Displacement
d3: Ejection
d4: Speed recovery time
d5: Filling
d6: Bridging time after
ejection
d7: Alarm delay time
d8: Ejection monitoring time
digital adjuster at the rear
side of VESA
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Timing unit type VESB

Mechanical Separation
Division

Voll
Elektronische
Steuerung
B- Typ

timing unit type VESB


installed 1990 - 1999
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Timing unit type VESB

Mechanical Separation
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timing unit type VESB


installed 1990 - 1999

Voll
Elektronische
Steuerung
B- Typ
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Timing unit type VESB

Mechanical Separation
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timing unit type VESB


installed 1990 - 1999
PLC100/1WS-part number : 0005-4050-260
PLC100/2WS-part number : 0005-4050-270
PLC100/3WS-part number : 0005-4050-280
PLC100/4WS-part number : 0005-4050-290
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Elektronische
Steuerung
B- Typ
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Timing unit type VESB: PLC100

Mechanical Separation
Division

1: control unit PLC 100


2: LED off / input status
3: LED on / output status
4: Cursor up
5: Cursor down
6: Output range
7: Input range
8: Counter range
9: Timer range
10: Copy program
11: Status text
12: display
13: Operation LED (control unit READY)
14: numeric keys
15: Enter key
16: Specific call-up in preselected mode
17: Function keys: F0 - TEST
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Timing unit type VESB: PLC100,


function keys

F0

program STOP with ejection

F1

program START with ejection

F2

displacement

F3

flushing

F4

clarifier operation: step FILLING suppressed

F5

diagnostics: help function

F6

alarm acknowledgement

F10

self-thinker control ON

F11

free

F12

free (displacement with product)

F13

series operation ON

F14

free

F15

diesel oil operation: alarm TAL suppressed

F16

free

SHIFT
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gives access to key F10 to F16


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Timing unit type VESB: PLC100

Mechanical Separation
Division

PLC100 without EPROM

PLC100: 16 inputs, 8 + 8 outputs, maker: SCHLEICHER


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Timing unit type VESB: replacing PLC100

Mechanical Separation
Division

1. Please make a note of the original settings of all timer and counter
2. Please switch off the main switch and plug off all plug connectors as
well as the EPROM (please never plug off EPROM while contol
cabinet is energized)
3. Replace the PLC100 and plug in the connectors and (new) EPROM
(check both fuses and the output of the 24 V power supply: must be
24 VDC steady otherwise the power supply is damaged)
4. Switch on the main switch and press following keys:
STATUS then # then TEST
5. Enter the password: 02522 and finally press the ENTER-key
6. Press the COPY-key, then ENTER and STATUS again.
7. Now you can change the present timer and counter setting`s to the
original ones. To do this please press the "TIMER" key. By means
of the cursor keys you can scroll trough the timer list and change
the settings . To call up the timer please press the "ENTER" key.
PLC100/1 can be replaced by PLC100/1 or PLC100/3.
PLC100/2 can be replaced by PLC100/2 or PLC100/4.
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Timing unit type VESB: Password PLC100

Mechanical Separation
Division

To download the
soft-ware from the
EPROM into the CPU
by means of the
COPY function as
well as to change
the timer settings in
the timer list, the
password protection
needs to be lifted.
Please follow the
procedure.

Please note: the


EPROM must not
returned to WS in
case the PLC 100 is
gone.
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VESB function keys - HFO series mode -01-36-

Mechanical Separation
Division

First stage: WMS -01-: VESB-EC-1, with DISPLACEMENT and FLUSHING. Please
pre-select function key F2 for DISPLACEMENT, F3 for FLUSHING and F13 to
activate the series mode.
Second stage: SMS -36-: VESB-EC-1, with DISPLACEMENT and FLUSHING.
Please pre-select function key F2 for DISPLACEMENT, F3 for FLUSHING, F4 for
CLARIFIER OPERATION, F10 to activate the SMS and F13 to activate the series
mode.
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Timing unit type VESC

Mechanical Separation
Division

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Elektronische
Steuerung
C- Typ
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timing unit type VESC


installed 1995 - 1999
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Timing unit type VESC

Mechanical Separation
Division

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Elektronische
Steuerung
C- Typ
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timing unit type VESC


installed 1995 - 1999
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Timing unit type VESC

Mechanical Separation
Division

Voll
Elektronische
Steuerung
C- Typ

timing unit type VESC


installed 1995 - 1999
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Timing unit type VESC, check of PSU card

Mechanical Separation
Division

timing unit type VESC


installed 1995 - 1999
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Timing unit type VESC , check of PSU card

Mechanical Separation
Division

R13

four pin socket

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Timing unit type VESC , check of PSU card

Mechanical Separation
Division

R13 burned

rear side of PSU card


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Timing unit type VESC , check of PSU card

Mechanical Separation
Division

R13 new

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Timing unit type VESC

Mechanical Separation
Division

power supply unit, part


number: 0005-4097-100

Voll
Elektronische
Steuerung
C- Typ

VESC-1-W
(8155-0202-050)
to be installed
on the wall
VESC-1-S
(8155-0202-060)
to be installed
inside control
cabinet.

timing unit type VESC


installed 1995 - 1999
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Timing unit type VESC

Mechanical Separation
Division

EPROM; software:
0005-2045-100

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Elektronische
Steuerung
C- Typ
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timing unit type VESC


installed 1995 - 1999
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Timing unit type VESC

Mechanical Separation
Division

Voll
Elektronische
Steuerung
C- Typ
EPROM; software:
0005-2045-100

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Timing unit type C7

Mechanical Separation
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0005-4050-300
0005-4050-310
0005-4050-320
0005-4050-340
0005-4050-350
0005-4050-360

C7-623 (A)
C7-626 (A)
C7-626 (A) DP
C7-623 (P)
C7-626 (P)
C7-626 (P) DP

UD700: 0005-4040-190 (software update)

C7-623

C7-626

timing unit type SIEMENS


C7 installed from 2000
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Timing Unit type C7-626

Mechanical Separation
Division

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Timing Unit type C7-626

Mechanical Separation
Division

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Timing Unit type C7-623

Mechanical Separation
Division

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Timing Unit type C7-623

Mechanical Separation
Division

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Mineraloil Systems GmbH

Timing Unit type C7-626

Mechanical Separation
Division

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Timing Unit type C7-626

Mechanical Separation
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Display

Softkeys

Status /fault
indicator

Function key

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Softkeys

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System keys

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Timing Unit type C7- softkeys

Mechanical Separation
Division

ALARMS: Picture-dependent function key as per display.


On the PROCESS page you can use this key to call up and
view alarm message buffer.
OPERATION: Pressing this key takes you from any display
page to the main menue (PROCESS page - this is the
graphic process picture)
UP and DOWN: Keys are normally used in the display to
access the next / previous level. Other functions are
picture-dependent and are shown in the display.

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Timing Unit type C7- softkeys

Mechanical Separation
Division

SEPARATOR PROGRAM OFF


This key stops the separating program, closes the
feed valve in separation mode and empties the bowl.
On the OSC separators two total ejections are
triggered automatically.

SEPARATOR PROGRAM ON
This key starts the separating program. When the
ejection program has run the feed valve is openend.
The ejection monitoring system is suppressed after
pressing this key because there is no de-sludging
when the bowl is empty (on C-type of separators
only)

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Timing Unit type C7- softkeys

Mechanical Separation
Division

WMS 01: WATER MONITORING SYSTEM UNITROLHFO: single or parallel mode of operation, first stage
in series mode
SMS 36: SLUDGE MONITORING SYSTEM UNITROLHFO: second stage in series mode

SMS 96: SLUDGE MONITORING SYSTEM UNITROL-LO

SERIES MODE for UNITROL-HFO only.

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Timing Unit type C7- function keys

Mechanical Separation
Division

The LED in the keys shows the actual status:


permanent lighting: OPERATION
slow flashing: FAULT from motor protection
rapid flashing: winding up time or delay to stop time
No other function.

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Timing Unit type C7- function keys

Mechanical Separation
Division

PARTIAL EJECTION: OSC type of separators allow partial


ejections. To do this, pre-select the number of partial
ejections on Counter C01 to be triggered before the total
ejection and the press the key PARTIAL.

HEATER RELAESE: Press this key only if an EXTERNAL


FEEDPUMP is fitted. An optional heating system will be
relaesed which is then process-dependently controlled.

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C7 display: contrast, background illumination

Mechanical Separation
Division

626

623

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The contrast at C7 623 is adjusted by


pressing the SHIFT and +/- key.

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Timing Unit type C7- system keyboard

Mechanical Separation
Division

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C7 control cabinet, inside view

Mechanical Separation
Division

Use only approved shielded cables for wiring the analog in


- and outputs as well as the IM, V.24 and MPI interfaces
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C7 control cabinet, inside view

Mechanical Separation
Division

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C7: view from rear, interfaces

Mechanical Separation
Division

1: IM port
2: Analog inputs
3: Analog outputs
4: AUX digital inputs
5: Serial interface V.24
6: Digital inputs (top)
7: Digital outputs (bottom)
8: DI/DO 24 VDC power supply

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C7 series mode: first and second stage

Mechanical Separation
Division

MPI-plug: 0005-1408-000

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C7 series mode: first, second, third stage

Mechanical Separation
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C7: alarm list

Mechanical Separation
Division

no.
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
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description
motor protection separator-motor
clean oil discharge pressure low
clean oil discharge pressure high
breakover water discharge
temperatur low
temperatur high
ejection monitoring system
sludgetank level high high
free
motor protection feed pump
motor protection sludge pump
vibro stage 1
vibro stage 2
series mode failure
minimum sep. time not o.k.
free
WMS alarm- high water content
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PTC
PAL
PAH
FSH
TSL
TSH
ISL
LSHH
PTC
PTC
NAH
NAHH

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C7: error messages

Mechanical Separation
Division

alarm 001: MOTOR-PROTECTION


Temp. > max. C
Motor shut off
Help informations:
Please check:
> fuses in starter
> Thermistor relais
> clutch
> correct numbers of clutch shoes
> brake
> motor current
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C7: error messages

Mechanical Separation
Division

alarm 002: PAL-CLEANOIL-OUTLET


pressure < setpoint
Separation stop
Help informations:
Please check:
> adjusting of back pressure
> flow-rate feedpump
> hydraulic function
> leaking of hydraulic liquid
> clutch of feedpump
> condition of pre-strainers
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C7: error messages

Mechanical Separation
Division

alarm 003: PAH-CLEANOIL-OUTLET


pressure > 3,0 bar
Separation stop
Help informations:
Please check:
> valve / position in cleanoil outlet pipes
> adjusting of back pressure
> flow rate
> oil temperature-setting
> setpoint of frequency converter

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C7: error messages

Mechanical Separation
Division

alarm 004: FAH-WATER-OUTLET


Flow too high
Separation stop
Help informations:
Please check:
> adjustment of back pressure
> flow rate feedpump
> adjusting of setpoint
> leaking of hydraulic liquid

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C7: error messages

Mechanical Separation
Division

alarm 005: TAL-PRODUCT-FEED


Temp. min: < Setpoint
Separation stop
Help informations:
Please check:
> Temp. setting of Analog / Input
> Temp. indicator in feedline
> function of heating system

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C7: error messages

Mechanical Separation
Division

alarm 006: TAH-PRODUCT-FEED


Temp. max: > Setpoint
Separation stop
Help informations:
Please check:
> Temp. setting of Analog / Input
> Temp. indicator in feedline
> function of heating system

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C7: error messages

Mechanical Separation
Division

alarm 007: EJECTION MONITOR


current < Setpoint
Separation stop
Help informations:
Please check:
> Ejection current
> Setpoint of ejection monitor
> Amount of operating water
> clutch shoes
> function of bowl

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C7: error messages

Mechanical Separation
Division

alarm 008: LSHH- SLUDGETANK


level-high
Separation stop
Help informations:
Please check:
> Function of sludge pump
> Function of level switch / wiring
> Handvalve position
> clutch shoes
> system / leakages

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C7: error messages

Mechanical Separation
Division

alarm 010: FEED-PUMP


Motor-protection
pump out of order
Help informations:
Please check:
> Fuses / breaker in motorstarter
> Function of pump
> Function of motor
> Motor temperature
> Nominal current

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C7: error messages

Mechanical Separation
Division

alarm 011: SLUDGE-PUMP


Motor-protection
pump out of order
Help informations:
Please check:
> Fuses / breaker in motorstarter
> Function of pump
> Function of motor
> Motor temperature
> Nominal current

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C7: error messages

Mechanical Separation
Division

alarm 012: VIBRATION STAGE 1


Vibration > 4,5 mm/s
start ejection program
Help informations:
Please check:
> operation water system
> bowl hydraulic
> sludge outlet
> vibration monitor
> correct bowl assembly
> setpoint stage 1
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C7: error messages

Mechanical Separation
Division

alarm 013: VIBRATION STAGE 2


Vibration > 7,0 mm/s
Motor switch off
Help informations:
Please check:
> operation water system
> bowl hydraulic
> sludge outlet
> vibration monitor
> correct bowl assembly
> setpoint stage 2
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C7: error messages

Mechanical Separation
Division

alarm 014: SERIES MODE FAILURE


connection / pre-set failure

Help informations:
Please check:
> key SERIES 1<=>2 on both timing units
> MPI-cables / plugs on both timing units
> Both separators in Ready for operation

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C7: error messages

Mechanical Separation
Division

alarm 015: MIN. SEPARATION TIME < 10 min


high water content

Help informations:
Please check:
> water content in dirty oil feed
> Leakage of water valve
> control holes in separation disk HFO / LO

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C7: error messages

Mechanical Separation
Division

alarm 017: WMS - alarm high water content


WMS-SYSTEM NOT OK
high water during Timer 22
Help informations:
Please check:
> WMS-signal
> settings of measuring relais
> function of WMS
> function of water discharge valve

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C7: error messages

Mechanical Separation
Division

alarm 018: Water seal broken during Timer 35


SMS- FUNCTION NOT OK

Help informations:
Please check:
> function of SMS pressure switch
> amount of filling water
> product feed

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C7: error messages

Mechanical Separation
Division

alarm 019: PSL pressure switch monitoring


Clean oil outlet pressure

Help informations:
Please check:
> adjusting of back pressure
> flowrate feedpump
> bowl closing
> hydraulic function
> leaking of hydraulic liquid
> clutch of feed pump
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C7: error messages

Mechanical Separation
Division

alarm 020: Bowl monitoring


Closing water impulse T06

Help informations:
Please check:
> adjustment of closing water impulse
> operating water pressure
> clutch shoes
> function of bowl

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C7: error messages

Mechanical Separation
Division

alarm 021: Separator off


Separator off function active T39
(no ACK after alarm raised)
Help informations:
Please check:
> Separator off function active
> Separator shut down after T39 elapsed

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Service Training

Thank
you.

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