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TUTHILL

T650 / T950H
Truck Blower
25 PSI / 1.72 BAR (T650)
29 PSI / 2.2 BAR (T950H)

INSTALLATION
OPERATION
MAINTENANCE

MANUAL
WARNING
DO NOT OPERATE
BEFORE READING MANUAL

1/2010

Tuthill Vacuum & Blower Systems


4840 West Kearney Street
Springfield, Missouri USA 65803-8702
o 417.865.8715 800.825.6937 f 417.865.2950
www.tuthill.com

WARNING

Keep body and


clothing away from
machine openings.

WARNING

Keep body
and clothing away
from drive shaft.

CAUTION

Do not
operate without
guards in place.

CAUTION

Do not
touch hot
surfaces.

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1.

Do not operate before reading the enclosed instruction manual.

2.

Use adequate protection, warning and safety equipment necessary to protect against hazards involved in installation and
operation of this equipment.

NOTICE
The above safety instruction tags were attached to your unit prior to shipment. Do not remove, paint over or obscure in any
manner. Failure to heed these warnings could result in serious bodily injury to the personnel operating and maintaining
this equipment.

SAFETY WARNING

Keep hands and clothing away from rotating machinery, inlet and discharge openings.
Blower and drive mounting bolts must be secured.
Drive belts and coupling guards must be in place.
Noise level may require ear protection.
Blower heat can cause burns if touched.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
FOR EQUIPMENT COVERED SPECIFICALLY OR INDIRECTLY IN THIS INSTRUCTION BOOK, IT IS IMPORTANT
THAT ALL PERSONNEL OBSERVE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS TO MINIMIZE THE CHANCES OF INJURY. AMONG MANY
CONSIDERATIONS, THE FOLLOWING SHOULD PARTICULARLY BE NOTED:
Rotating shafts can be dangerous. You can snag clothes, skin, hair, hands, etc. This can cause serious injury or death.

Do not work under the vehicle when the engine is running.

Do not work on a shaft (with or without a guard) when the engine is running.

Do not engage or disengage driven equipment by hand from under the vehicle when the engine is running.

In order to avoid becoming entangled, install the power take off and/or shaft behind the frame rail, tanks, battery box, etc.

If power take off and/or shaft are still exposed after installation, install a guard.
Install a support strap when servicing a drive shaft to prevent personal injury.

A SERIOUS OR FATAL INJURY CAN OCCUR . . .


if you lack proper training

if you fail to follow proper procedures

if you do not use proper tools and safety equipment

if you assemble drive line components improperly

if you use incompatible drive line components

if you use worn-out or damaged drive line components


if you use drive line components in a non-approved application.

THIS MANUAL CONTAINS SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS. READ, UNDERSTAND AND FOLLOW THIS MANUAL.
Get proper training

Learn and follow safe operating procedures

Use proper tools and safety equipment

Use proper components in good condition

TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
INTRODUCTION
INSTALLATION
SAFETY CHECKLIST
PTO SELECTION FOR TRANSMISSION
ENGINE SPEED
OPERATION
SPECIFICATIONS TABLE
PERFORMANCE CURVES
OPERATING THE BLOWER
BLOWER SPECIFICATIONS
LUBRICATION
FILLING PROCEDURE
PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
KIT COMPONENTS
PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE
AIR FILTER
CHECK VALVE
SUCTION & DISCHARGE PIPING
MUFFLERS & DISCHARGE FILTRATION
VACUUM VALVE
PTO DRIVE SHAFT
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS AND DRAWINGS
T650/T950H ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS STAGE ONE
T650/T950H ASSEMBLY DRAWING AND PARTS LIST STAGE ONE
T650/T950H ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS STAGE TWO
T650/T950H ASSEMBLY DRAWING AND PARTS LIST STAGE TWO
T650/T950H ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS STAGE THREE
T650/T950H ASSEMBLY DRAWING AND PARTS LIST STAGE THREE
DIMENSIONAL AND EXPLODED VIEW DRAWINGS
T650/T950H EXPLODED VIEW DRAWING AND PARTS LIST
T650/T950H DIMENSIONAL DRAWING
WARRANTY TRUCK BLOWERS

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IMPORTANT
In order to assure you of the full benefits of our product warranty, please complete, tear out and return
the warranty registration card located on the back cover of this manual, or you can register your product online at:
http://www.tuthill.com/us/en/about/organization/lob/vacuum/product-registration.cfm

TUTHILL WORLDWIDE CONTACTS


TUTHILL VACUUM & BLOWER SYSTEMS UK
Pennine Business Park, Pilsworth Road
Heywood
Lancashire, OL10 2TL
UNITED KINGDOM
Phone: +44 (0) 1706 362400

TUTHILL LUBEX DISTRIBUTION S.A.


Parc Industriel Wavre Nord
Avenue Vesale 30
B-1300 Wavre
BELGIUM
Phone: +32 (0) 10 22 8334

TUTHILL ASIA PACIFIC


19-21 Milton Park, 128 Canterbury Road
Box 71, Kilsyth, Victoria 3137
AUSTRALIA
Phone: +61 (3) 9720 6533

TUTHILL LATIN AMERICA


1320 South Dixie Highway, Suite 761
Coral Gables, Florida 33146
USA
Phone: 1-305-740-3381

INTRODUCTION
CONGRATULATIONS on your purchase of a new Tuthill T650/T950H Truck Blower. Please examine the blower for shipping damage,
and if any damage is found, report it immediately to the carrier. If the blower is to be installed at a later date make sure it is stored in
a clean, dry location and rotated regularly. Make sure covers are kept on all openings. If blower is stored outdoors be sure to protect
it from weather and corrosion.
Tuthill Truck Blowers are built to exacting standards and if properly installed and maintained will provide many years of reliable
service. We urge you to take time to read and follow every step of these instructions when installing and maintaining your blower.

INSTALLATION
SAFETY CHECKLIST (TO BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO BLOWER OPERATION)
TRUCK NUMBER

BLOWER MODEL NUMBER

GEARBOX NUMBER

BLOWER SERIAL NUMBER

P.T.O. NUMBER

DATE INSTALLED

P.T.O. RATIO

INSPECTED BY

Is Tuthill mounting kit used?


Is ratio and horsepower correct for PTO?
Mount PTO as per manufacturers recommendations and refill transmission.
Ensure oil levels are at the center of the sight glass when blower is not running.
Without drive line connected, can blower can be rotated by hand?
Is drive line installed at correct angle and phase with all fasteners secured?
Ensure PTO rotates blower in correct direction indicated by arrow.
Air inlet filter connected and located away from truck exhaust.
Remove Camlock dust cap, discharge piping open to atmosphere.
With tractor engine at idle, slowly engage PTO. Check for correct rotation.
Slowly bring blower up to operating speed.
Check for vibration, mechanical noise, oil leaks and mounting integrity.
Stop blower, connect blower discharge hose to trailer and run blower at operating pressure of trailer for 15 minutes at normal
speed.
Does relief valve operate correctly?
Does engine maintain correct RPM throughout test?
Is correct engine speed label visible in cab?

PTO SELECTION FOR TRANSMISSION


Ensure blower speed and pressure required are adequate PTO horsepower and torque. (See Performance Curves on page 5)

ENGINE SPEED

Engine speed must be constant when blower is in the operating cycle. A constant speed governor or throttle control system must
be installed to assure the proper blower operation.

OPERATION
SPECIFICATIONS TABLE
MODEL

AIR FLOW RANGE

MAXIMUM PRESSURE

MAXIMUM VACUUM

RPM RANGE

T650

225 - 565 (CFM)

25 (PSIG)

17 (Hg)

1000 - 2000

T950H

400 - 1000 (m/h)

2.2 (Bar g)

.43 (Bar Abs.)

1000 - 2100

1.

Reduce the maximum operating pressure by 1 PSI (.07 Bar) for each 2000 feet (610 meters) of elevation above sea level.
(Example: At an altitude of 4000 feet (1219 meters) above sea level, the maximum working pressure of the blower will
decrease by 2 PSI (.138 Bar).

2.

Specifications are at 14.7 PSIA (1014 mBar) and 70 F (20 C) standard conditions

PERFORMANCE CURVES
T650 PRESSURE CURVE

T950H PRESSURE CURVE

600
CFM

500

m/h

1000

PSIG

Airflow at Inlet (m/h)

Airflow at Inlet (CFM)

1100

10
15
20
25

AIRFLOW BASED UPON


550 INLET CONDITIONS OF:
14.7 PSIA & 70 F

450
400
350
300
250

700
600
kW

400

40

30

1750

0
2250

2000

20
10
1000

1200

1400

m/h

450
17
"Hg

400
350

BHP

300

30

250
17

200

Horsepower (BHP)

14
10

Airflow at Inlet (m/h)

1000
14

500

0
2200

20

1800

2000

0
2200

475

800
575

700

mbar

600
500
400

25
575
475
350

300

"Hg

10

350

900

kW

25

15

AIRFLOW BASED UPON


INLET: 20C
DISCHARGE: 1 BARA
DENSITY @ 20C & 1 BARA: 1.2 KG/M

20

mbar

15

Kilowatts (kw)

Airflow at Inlet (CFM)

2000

1100

10

AIRFLOW BASED UPON


550 INLET: 70 F
DISCHARGE: 29.92 Hg Abs.

1600
RPM

1800

T950H VACUUM CURVE

T650 VACUUM CURVE


600

1400

1600

RPM

CFM

1200

40

bar

RPM

1000

50

0.5 30

Kilowatts (kw)

Horsepower (BHP)

1.5

10
1500

2.2
2

50

20

1250

60

500

60

1000

bar

800

25

PSIG

0.5
1
1.5
2
2.2

900

BHP

20
18
15
12
10

AIR FLOW AT
STANDARD INLET
CONDITIONS
1013mb + 20C

10
5
1000

1200

1400

1600

1800

2000

0
2200

RPM

OPERATING THE BLOWER


1.

Inspect blower mounting, drive line, PTO, and air filter for integrity.

2.

Remove Camlock dust cap and connect the hot air hose.

3.

Follow trailer instructions regarding product hose connection and valve operation.

4.

Slowly engage PTO with engine at idle, and blower unloaded. Bring up to operating speed and lock engine at recommended
speed (Shown in cab)

5.

Unload trailer as per trailer manufacturers recommendation and do not exceed maximum tank pressure or maximum blower
pressure.

6.

While discharging, visually check blower for vibration, mechanical noise or excessive heat.

7.

If relief valve is opening, adjust proportioning valve to reduce tank pressure.

8.

Reduce pressure to zero as per trailer manufacturers instructions.

9.

Disengage PTO

10. Disconnect blower hose and replace Camlock dust cap.


WARNING: The blower and accessories become hot and will cause serious skin burns on contact. Rotating
machinery is dangerous. Always wear ear protection when in close proximity to the blower.

LUBRICATION

ROUND
SUMP

Every Tuthill blower is factory tested, oil drained, and shipped dry. The oil reservoir must be
filled to the proper level before operation.

Each T650 and T950H is supplied with sufficient Tuthill PneuLube ISO 32 synthetic oil.

Before filling the blower, refer to Figure 1. The lubrication capacities shown are for reference
only and are based on filling from dry condition. A sight glass should be used to determine oil
level.

Always follow the Filling Procedure outlined below.

Never mix oil types or grades in your Tuthill Truck Blower. This could cause gear and bearing
failure.

PREVIOUS
DESIGN

0.9 Quarts
(0.85 Liters)

SQUARE
SUMP
CURRENT
DESIGN

3 Quarts
(2.8 Liters)

FILLING PROCEDURE
1.

Remove fill plugs.

2.

SLOWLY pour oil through fill until oil appears up to the center of the oil sight glass.

3.

Verify oil level is at proper level in sight glasses.

4.

Replace fill plugs.

Figure 1.
Lubrication Capacities

CAUTION: Check sight glass to ensure that oil levels are correct before starting.

WARNING: NEVER ATTEMPT TO CHANGE OIL WHILE THE BLOWER IS IN OPERATION. Oil level must be checked
while the blower is not running and on a level surface.

PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
A newly installed blower should be checked frequently during the first month of operation, especially lubrication. Check oil level and
add oil as needed. Complete oil changes are recommended every 500 operating hours, or more frequently depending on the type
of oil and oil operating temperatures. The following is recommended as a minimum maintenance program. An oil analysis program
is recommended.

DAILY
1.

2.

Check and maintain


oil level, and add oil
as necessary.
Check air filter
restriction indicator

WEEKLY
1.

2.

Clean air filter. Clogged air filters can


1.
seriously affect the efficiency of the blower
and cause overheating and oil usage.
2.
Check relief valve to assure it is operating
properly.

MONTHLY
Inspect the entire
1.
system for leaks.
Inspect condition
2.
of oil and change if
necessary.

SEMI-ANNUALLY
Inspect the drive line
bearings.
Change oil even if 500
operating hours has not
been reached.

KIT COMPONENTS
PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE

The relief valve must be sized for the correct air flow and pressure rating. Install the valve as close to the blower as possible
and before the check valve.

Ensure that pipe sealant is used on the threads to seal against air leakage.

AIR FILTER

The filter should be selected to suit the air flow requirement of the application.

Always fit an air filter restriction indicator set at 22 H2O (55 mBar).
CAUTION: An undersized air filter will cause the blower to operate at higher temperatures. This can cause blower
to overheat, causing damage.

CHECK VALVE

Minimum restriction for application and mounted downstream of the relief valve.

The check valve should be sized for maximum air flow (CFM).

SUCTION & DISCHARGE PIPING

All piping should be free and clear of any welding slag or foreign material.

The suction piping requirements is a minimum of 4 (100 mm) diameter for proper flow to the blower.

The discharge piping is recommended to be 3 (80 mm) diameter.


CAUTION: Do not use a rubber elbow in the suction line during vacuum operation. The elbow will fail causing the
blower to overheat. This will cause damage to the blower.

MUFFLERS & DISCHARGE FILTRATION

Minimum restriction for application

Mount downstream of relief valve.


CAUTION: For food-grade applications, always install a properly sized food-grade discharge filter downstream of
the muffler (between muffler and trailer).

VACUUM VALVE

A vacuum valve and filter must be installed to properly protect


the blower from overheating while vacuum loading.

Size for proper air flow and vacuum rating.

This valve should be located before the blower inlet air filter.
Normally this valve is mounted on the trailer.
DRIVE SHAFT ANGLE

PTO DRIVE SHAFT

Blower drive shaft and PTO output shaft must be parallel and
in phase. Maintain axis within one degree in vertical plane to
ensure low vibration during operating conditions.

Use a minimum of a 1300 series (SAE 1300 or DIN 100) drive


shaft that has been correctly balanced at the operating RPM.

Do not force yokes onto the blower drive shaft or the PTO
output shaft.

T650 drive shaft is 1 5/8 diameter with a 3/8 keyway and


2-9/16 inches long.

T950H drive shaft is 40 mm diameter with a 12 mm keyway


and 65 mm long.

Refer to Figure 2 to ensure that the drive shaft is at the


proper angle.

A U bolt hanger (Figure 3) should be installed to prevent the


drive shaft from damaging the blower or PTO if the slip yoke
comes apart. The slip joint should be half compressed. This
will also stop the drive shaft from dropping to the ground, and
causing potential thrust damage to the blower.

(Horizontal Plane)

SPEED
1250 RPM
1650 RPM
2000 RPM

ANGLE
12 Degrees
10 Degrees
8 Degrees

THE ANGLE OF THE


DRIVE SHAFT SHOULD
NOT EXCEED 12

Figure 2. Drive Shaft Angle

Figure 3. U Bolt Hanger Installation

T650/T950H ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS STAGE ONE


The numbers in parentheses correspond with the drawing on the facing page.
1.

PREPARE END PLATES (5).

2.

INSTALL PLUMBING FOR END PLATE (FROM STAGE TWO DRAWINGS (21)(22)(23)(24)(25))

3.

2.1.

Install elbows and cap screws.

2.2.

Install sight glasses and plugs.

PREPARE HOUSING
3.1.

4.

5.

Install plugs.

PREPARE ROTORS
4.1.

Hone lobes.

4.2.

Sand.

POSITION/INSTALL ROTORS
5.1.

Place male rotor (4) to right side of fixture (1) plate so that it aligns with the drive shaft.

5.2.

Place female rotor (3) in place.

5.3.

Make sure shorter shoulder on each rotor is facing upward.

5.4.

Place endplate (5) over rotors.

5.5.

TAKE A MEASURE Check with feeler gauge to ensure that rotors are flush with end cover.

5.6.

TAKE A MEASURE Seal shoulder must be greater than endplate bore shoulder by .005+.

5.7.

TAKE A MEASURE Measure step from end of shaft to each side of bearing sleeve and each side of bearing
surface and do calculation to find mean. Shim size is to be determined for both male rotor and female rotor.
Average = (left + right)/2
Shim Size = 0.003-average

6.

7.

INSTALL SEALS, BEARINGS AND SHIMS END PLATE


6.1.

Oil rotor shafts and inner race (all components).

6.2.

Load O-rings into seal carrier

6.3.

Press seals (6) into place (RED) right seal male rotor: (BLUE) left seal female rotor.

6.4.

TAKE A MEASURE Seal shoulder must be less than or no greater than .001 above step in end plate.

6.5.

Oil and install the roller bearings (7) flange down; it is best to install one side at a time. Start with either male or
female. NOTE: It is very important that the bearings are started straight!

6.6.

Install shims (8) if required, adjust height as calculated previous.

6.7.

Install dummy bearing dummy bearing should be approximately 0.005 above endplate.

6.8.

Install bearing retainer and torque bolts.

6.9.

TAKE A MEASURE measure clearances between rotor and end plate. Clearances should be between 0.0015
and 0.0020.

6.10.

If clearances are out of specification, then remove retainer and dummy bearings and add or remove shims. Recheck
clearances between rotor and end plate as required. Repeat until within specification.

6.11.

Install ball bearings (9). First install ball bearing race to rotor, then add ball bearing components with numbers and
asterisk facing up. NOTE: The ball bearings should be slightly above the endplate.

6.12.

Install retainers (10) with cap screws (11) to hold in place.

INSTALL DRIVEN GEAR


7.1

Install gear spacers (12) (13).

7.2.

Prep keyway by beveling the edges to allow key to fit better in shaft

7.3.

Install keys (14). Dress key with stone. DO NOT USE A STEEL HAMMER TO DRIVE KEY ONTO SHAFT!!
PRESS THE KEY INTO THE SHAFT.

7.4.

Install gear (15) onto shaft in press, (pre-lube shaft) insure gear is pressed flush with shoulder of shaft!!!

7.5.

TAKE A MEASURE measure rotor clearances and record. It is critical that endplate to rotor clearance is between
0.0015 and 0.0020.
Assembly Instructions are continued on page 10.

T650/T950H ASSEMBLY DRAWING AND PARTS LIST STAGE ONE


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16
15
12
14
11
13
8

10
9

1
ITEM NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

PART NUMBER
ASSEMBLY PLATE
LEVELING TOOL
81052
81053
81007
1730X-2
30410-207
SHIM
81020-207
81054
80057-16
81024-30
81024-31
80051-12
81015
81027
80058

DESCRIPTION

ROTOR MALE 131 MM


ROTOR FEMALE 121 MM
ENDPLATE DRIVE END
LEFT OR RIGHT HAND SEAL ASSEMBLY
BRG, ROLL CYL
SHIMS
BRG, QJ BALL
RETAINER BEARING DISCH END
SCREW, CAP, SOC HEAD M6
SPACER, GEAR
SPACER, GEAR
KEY 8MM 7MM
GEAR DRIVE MALE
WASHER ROTOR
SCREW, CAP, SOC HEAD M8

QTY.
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
VARIES
2
2
6
1
1
1
1
2
2
9

T650/T950H ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS STAGE TWO


The numbers in parentheses correspond with the drawing on the facing page.
8.

INSTALL HOUSING
8.1.

Install dowels (2) in housing.

8.2.

Lower housing (3) onto rotors.

8.3.

Tighten housing bolts (4).

8.4.
TAKE A MEASURE Visually check rotor-to-housing clearance to make sure rotor shoulder is above housing
bore on inlet end.
9.

10.

INSTALL SEALS AND BEARINGS - HOUSING


9.1.

Install seals (5) so that right seal (red) goes on female rotor and left seal (blue) presses on male rotor.

9.2.

Install roller bearings (6): it is important that the numbers and flange are face out.

9.3.

Install retainer (7) and torque cap screws (8) to 108 in-lbs. The female bearing retainer has the tube clamp.

INSTALL FIRST TIMING GEAR


10.1.

Install gear key (13).

10.2.

check thickness of spacer. Install gear spacer (12).

10.3.

Install small gear (18) on male rotor.

11.

INSTALL OIL AND TUBING SYSTEM FOR HOUSING (9)(10)(11).

12.

INSTALL SECOND TIMING GEAR AND HUB


12.1.

Install gear key (13).

12.2.

TAKE A MEASURE check thickness of spacer. Install gear spacer (12).

12.3.

Install two-piece large gear (14)(15) so that of the bolthole is showing on the right side. Install on female rotor with
key.

12.4.

TAKE A MEASURE Install .002 shim between any lobes. Check all lobes for tightest lobe and set it at .001
clearances. Check interlobe clearance and record.

12.5.

Install timing gear bolts (16)(17).

12.6.

Install timing gear retainer washer (19) and cap screw (20).

12.7.

Bend locking tabs on rotor nuts.

Assembly Instructions are continued on page 12.


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T650/T950H ASSEMBLY DRAWING AND PARTS LIST STAGE TWO

26 17 16 15 13 14 9

TABLE TOP
22
21

23
25
24

20
27

19 18

ITEM NO.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27

12

10

11

PART NUMBER
80050-20
81003-101 (Consult factory for T950H P/N)
80046-25
1730X-2
30410-207
81055
80057-16
93378
91210-025
81057
81028-30
80051-22
81010
81011
80040-8
80046-25
81012
81027-2
80058
92690-062
OIL TUBING
PICK UP TUBE
B18.2.4.5M - HEX JAM NUT
80045-35
81005-117
80045-20

ASSEMBLED
IN STAGE 1

DESCRIPTION
PIN, DOWEL 10 20 MM
HSG, AC C.I. T650
SCREW, CAP, SOC HEAD M8
LEFT OR RIGHT HAND SEAL ASSEMBLY
BRG, ROLL CYL
RETAINER BEARING INLET END
SCREW, CAP, SOC HEAD M6
ELL, TUBE 1/4 1/4T
CLAMP, LOOP
TUBE, INJECTION
SPACER, GEAR
KEY, MM 8 7 22
GEAR TIMING FEMALE
HUB TIMING GEA
LOCK WASHER
SCREW, CAP, SOC HEAD M8
GEAR TIMING MALE
WASHER, ROTOR SHAFT
SCREW, CAP, SOC HEAD M8
ELL, TUBE 1/41/4 MPT
TUBING, RD 1018 STEEL
TUBING, RD 1018 STEEL
M6 HEX NUT
SCREW, CAP, SOC HEAD M6
COVER, MACH C.I.
SCREW, CAP, SOC HEAD M6

QTY.
2
1
10
2
2
2
6
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
6
6
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
12
11

T650/T950H ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS STAGE THREE


The numbers in parentheses correspond with the drawing on the facing page.
13.

INSTALL DRIVE SHAFT ASSEMBLY PRE-LUBE BEARING

14.

INSTALL END COVER


14.1.

Install O-ring in end plate use grease to retain.

14.2.

Prep end cover (17).

14.3.

Install wave washer (16).

14.4.

Oil bearing surface.

14.5.

Install alignment bolts.

14.6.

Align and install cover over alignment bolts.

14.7.

Install three cap screws (18) and draw cover into position over bearing.
Note: There should only be a light fit to the bearing

14.8.

Loosen cap screws.

14.9.

Install dowels (17) into end plate and cover.

14.10. Install and tighten cap screws on cover use Loctite.


14.11.

Grease drive shaft seal (19).

14.12. Install seal into cover use Loctite on outer perimeter.


15.

INSTALL OIL PUMP ASSEMBLY


15.1.

Install oil pump spring and spacer.

15.2.

Position oil pump (9) with pin (8) in small radius area.

15.3.

Install dowels (2).

15.4.

Grease O-rings (3) (4) and install into pump plate.

15.5.

Install pump plate (5) and 6 bolts (7) oil pump plate can only go on one way - use Loctite.

16.

INSTALL GEAR END COVER (FROM STAGE TWO DRAWINGS (26(27)).

17.

INSTALL INLET PORT.

18.

INSTALL EXTERNAL OIL LINES AND FITTINGS.

19.

INSTALL DISCHARGE MANIFOLD.

12

T650/T950H ASSEMBLY DRAWING AND PARTS LIST STAGE THREE


19
18

17

17
16
14

15

12

13
11

10
9
8

3
6

TABLE TOP

ITEM NO.

PART NUMBER

DESCRIPTION

QTY.

80050-20

PIN, DOWEL 1020 MM

29361-017

VITON O-RING

29361-030

VITON O-RING

81021

PLATE OIL PUMP

B18.22M - PLAIN WASHER

6 MM

80045-25

SCREW, CAP, SOC HEAD M6

81049

PIN OIL PUMP DRIVE

81017

PUMP OIL SHAFT MTD

10*

30238-5208

BRG, BALL 2 ROW

11*

81016

SHAFT DRIVE

12*

80054

KEY 14MM 9MM

13*

81013

GEAR DRIVE

14*

81024-50

SPACER GEAR

15*

30410-210

BRG, ROLL CYL

16

92332-90

SPRING, WAVE STL SSB

17

81009-101

COVER GEAR MACH C.I.

18

80046-25

SCREW, CAP, SOC HEAD M8

11

19

16924

SEAL TRIPLE LIP VITON 1.875 DIA

*NOTE: Items 10-15 are pre-assembled and available only as such.


13

T650 AND T950H EXPLODED VIEW DRAWING AND PARTS LIST

ITEM NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

14

DESCRIPTION
ROTOR MALE 131MM
ROTOR FEMALE 121 MM
HOUSING MACH C.I. T650/T950H
ENDPLATE MACH C.I.
COVER MACH C.I.
COVER MACH ALUM
BEARING QJ BALL
BEARING, ROLL CYLINDER
RETAINER BEARING DISCHARGE END
RETAINER BEARING INLET END
GEAR TIMING FEMALE
FHCS M6 10 SOCKET DR
HUB TIMING GEAR
SHCS M8 25
LOCKWASHER
GEAR TIMING MALE
KEY, 8MM 7 22
GEAR DRIVE FEMALE
KEY, 8MM 7 12
SEAL ASSEMBLY - RIGHT HAND
SEAL ASSEMBLY - LEFT HAND
SPACER GEAR 30MM
SPACER GEAR 30MM EXT
SPACER INLET GEAR
WASHER ROTOR SHAFT
SHAFT DRIVE T650/T950H
SPRING, WAVE STL SSB
BEARING, ROLL CYLINDER
SPACER GEAR
GEAR DRIVE INPUT

QTY.
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
4
2
2
1
11
1
32
6
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1

ITEM NO.
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58

DESCRIPTION
KEY 14MM 9 22
BEARING, BALL 2 ROW
OIL PUMP PLATE
O-RING VITON
O-RING VITON
PUMP OIL SHAFT MTD
PIN OIL PUMP DRIVE
ELL, TUBE 1/4 1/4 MPT
ELL, TUBE 1/4T 1/4T
TUBING, ROUND, 1018 STEEL
TUBE, INJECTION
CLAMP, LOOP
HHCS M6 16
BUSHING, REDUCER, 3/8 1/8
ELBOW 1/4 NPT 1/4 37DEG FLARE
HOSE 1/4 15 FEMALE SWIVELS BOTH
ENDS
ELBOW 1/8 NPT 1/4 37DEG FLARE
EXTENDED
SHCS M6 20
O-RING, VITON
O-RING, VITON
PIN, DOWEL 10 20 MM
SHCS M6 30
SHIM BEARING 1.375 ID .001 THK
HEX NUT M24
WASHER, GEAR LOCK
OIL SIGHT GLASS, 1/2 NPT
SEAL TRIPLE LIP VITON 1.875 DIA
SCREW SET M3 3 CUP POINT

QTY.
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
12
1
1
6
6
4
2
2
2
1
2

T650 AND T950H DIMENSIONAL DRAWING


Dimensions shown are subject to change. Dimensions are shown in inches and millimeters.
4.00 TTMA
Discharge Flange *

22.31
567

2.52
64

T650:
1.63 Shaft

with 3/8 Keyway

T950H:
40mm Shaft

with 12mm Keyway

13.20
335
10.68
271

20.47
520

Filter Indicator
Connection
1/8 NPT

18.10
460

(Both Sides)

5.00 Inlet *
Oil Fill Plugs
(Both Sides)

15.99
406

* Purchased Separately

2.58
66

Sight Glass
(Both Sides)

15.78
401

NOTES

15

NOTES

16

NOTES

17

WARRANTY TRUCK BLOWERS


Subject to the terms and conditions hereinafter set forth and set forth in General Terms of Sale, Tuthill Vacuum & Blower
Systems (the Seller) warrants products and parts of its manufacture, when shipped, and its work (including installation and
startup) when performed, will be of good quality and will be free from defects in material and workmanship. This warranty
applies only to Sellers equipment, under use and service in accordance with Sellers written instructions, recommendations
and ratings for installation, operating, maintenance and service of products, for a period as stated in the table below. Because
of varying conditions of installation and operation, all guarantees of performance are subject to plus or minus 5% variation.
(Non-standard materials are subject to a plus or minus 10% variation)

PRODUCT TYPE

WARRANTY DURATION

New

18 months from date of shipment, or 12 months after initial startup date, whichever occurs first

Remanufactured

12 months from date of shipment, or 12 months after initial startup date, whichever occurs first

Repair

12 months from date of shipment, or remaining warranty period, whichever is greater

THIS WARRANTY EXTENDS ONLY TO BUYER AND/OR ORIGINAL END USER, AND IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
SELLER BE LIABLE FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE SUSTAINED BY A PERSON DESIGNATED BY THE LAW OF ANY
JURISDICTION AS A THIRD PARTY BENEFICIARY OF THIS WARRANTY OR ANY OTHER WARRANTY HELD TO
SURVIVE SELLERS DISCLAIMER.
All accessories furnished by Seller but manufactured by others bear only that manufacturers standard warranty.
All claims for defective products, parts, or work under this warranty must be made in writing immediately upon discovery and,
in any event within one (1) year from date of shipment of the applicable item and all claims for defective work must be made
in writing immediately upon discovery and in any event within one (1) year from date of completion thereof by Seller. Unless
done with prior written consent of Seller, any repairs, alterations or disassembly of Sellers equipment shall void warranty.
Installation and transportation costs are not included and defective items must be held for Sellers inspection and returned to
Sellers Ex-works point upon request.
THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY WHICH EXTEND BEYOND THE DESCRIPTION
ON THE FACE HEREOF, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY
AND FITNESS OF PURPOSE.
After Buyers submission of a claim as provided above and its approval, Seller shall at its option either repair or replace its
product, part, or work at the original Ex-works point of shipment, or refund an equitable portion of the purchase price.
The products and parts sold hereunder are not warranted for operation with erosive or corrosive material or those which may
lead to build up of material within the product supplied, nor those which are incompatible with the materials of construction.
The Buyer shall have no claim whatsoever and no product or part shall be deemed to be defective by reason of failure to
resist erosive or corrosive action nor for problems resulting from build-up of material within the unit nor for problems due to
incompatibility with the materials of construction.
Any improper use, operation beyond capacity, substitution of parts not approved by Seller, or any alteration or repair by others
in such manner as in Sellers judgment affects the product materially and adversely shall void this warranty.
No employee or representative of Seller other than an Officer of the Company is authorized to change this warranty in any way
or grant any other warranty. Any such change by an Officer of the Company must be in writing.
The foregoing is Sellers only obligation and Buyers only remedy for breach of warranty, and except for gross negligence,
willful misconduct and remedies permitted under the General Terms of Sale in the sections on CONTRACT PERFORMANCE,
INSPECTION AND ACCEPTANCE and the PATENTS Clause hereof, the foregoing is BUYERS ONLY REMEDY
HEREUNDER BY WAY OF BREACH OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, WITHOUT REGARD TO WHETHER ANY
DEFECT WAS DISCOVERED OR LATENT AT THE TIME OF DELIVERY OF THE PRODUCT OR WORK. In no event shall
Buyer be entitled to incidental or consequential damages. Any action for breach of this agreement must commence within one
(1) year after the cause of action has occurred.
January, 2005
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IMPORTANT
All Tuthill Truck Blowers manufactured by Tuthill Vacuum & Blower Systems are date coded at time of shipment. In order to assure
you of the full benefits of the product warranty, please complete, tear out and return the product registration card below, or you can
visit our product registration web page at:

http://www.tuthill.com/us/en/about/organization/lob/vacuum/product-registration.cfm

IMPORTANT
All blowers manufactured by Tuthill Vacuum & Blower Systems are date coded at
time of shipment. In order to assure you of the full benefits of the product warranty,
please complete, tear out and return this product registration card.
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