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SK 19 SK 26 ‘This compressor madel. with the folowing factory Installed features: .~. Wes shipped ° © Cobinethestere ° © 118 V receptacle ° © Outdoor mesifeaton ° es © ainhoods ° © Nema 4 door ° © Switchable Modulation © Wiring Schema: © Synthetic lubricant © Food Grade lubricant. KAESER COMPRESSORS, Inc. 400 Quay Orie ¢ P.0.EoKSK5 = Fradecleburg, Vigna 22408 “Tel. () 608-6500 «Fax. (05) 98-5520 IMPORTANT Read entire service manual before operating tnt or performing any maintenance. ‘Always shut off power to unit at main disconnect switch before attempting any maintenance. All systom pressure should be ‘discharged unless manual instructs otherwise. Use only "Kaeser Compressors" approved replacement parts. DANGER Air rom this compressor will cause severe injury or death if used for breathing or food processing. Alr used for these processes must meet Osha 29 CFR 4910.14 or FDA 21 CFR 178.3570 standards respectively. ATTENTION Kaeser Compressors declines responsibilty for any modifications made ‘to any Kaeser compressor other than those made at the Kaeser factory or ‘those made with prior written permission from Kaeser Compressors. NOTE For best system performance air dryers are required to remove excess ‘molsture and are highly recommended. Contact your KAESER distributor for proper sizing and Installation of your air dryer. WARNING In case one or several thermostatically controlled heaters have been built in, they may only be switched on after the ‘compressor unit has been switched otf. ‘When switching on the compressor unit, make sure the ‘thermostatically controled heaters have been switched off at least 1/2 h before and cooled down properly. ‘Do not touch the surface of the heaters while they are hot. ra Cases Every Screw Compressor is operated and thoroughly tested at the factory before shipnent to make sure the compressor delivers its rated capacity and 1s in good working order. However, sl] the care given at the Fectory will not prevent possible danage during’ transit. we recasnend the unit be care fully’ inspected for evidence of possible damage in shipment. During the first few hours of operation, the machine should be watened for any possible malfunction. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS, Comply with the following before start-up = Remove 211 packing, tools and debris fren in and around unit before operating. + Do not operate in the presence of toxic or flanable vapor = Mork on current-carrying parts say only be carried out by an appropricte personnel. = D0 not operate the compressor at a voltage other than the one specified on the compressor naneplate. Do lnot operate the compressor et pressures exceeding the saximu pressures indicates on naneplate. /Attention: Do not operate the cospressor below the mininun operation pressure: see’ section 5.6. = Install the conpressor in an area where the air Inlet temperature is at least 40°F but no higher than T00"F. ~ If an air outlet duct 1s provided, it should be at least the size of the cooler outlet cross-section and the pressure loss in it shauld not exceed the maxinue Lint stated by the conpressor manutacturer. ~ Install the compressor to maintain a ¢istance of 3 ft. between the cooling air fnlet of the unit.and the wall. ~ Gk oH1 Tevel oil Separator tank (Jf necessary, UL in off wp te nox. level): ~ Do not’ shut off the compressor operating under load at the sain disconnect switch (custoner supplied). Use start/stop switcn (4, Figure 4). + Check for proper direction ‘of rotation. ‘bo WoT OPERATE UNIT TF ROTATION Ts INCORRECT. = Make sure the shutoff valve (1, Figure 22) at the discharge line is open. = Wake sure the shutoff valve (5; Figure 22) 1s closed. ~ Shut off unit, tighten up all the screws in the control box (repeat this after 50 operation hours). JAttention: This work may only be done while the unit 15 disconneted from the electrical supaly: To guarantee the cooling air circulation in the compressor unit, be sure the saintenance doors are tightly clesed during operstion. Attention: Attention: Operating the conrpessor with open maintenance doors {| Prohibited because the belt drive and electrical components may ause personal Injury. FAILURE TO NEED THIS OR ANY OTHER WARNING MAY RESULT IN AN ‘ACCIDENT CAUSING PERSONAL INJURY OF PROPERTY DAMAGE. [Attention: These units have been Fitted with @ run-in oll filter certriage. Raplace the cartridge after approx. 200 operetion hours. See section 6.3. Sk 19/26 03.90 Hie kit ahtnet Sora tat etre seen) S572 Git Shane With pressure proces fy the cman cand texprtorg is Sc hgh (sate fu 818") HeL Soauaion mermascaic) vee We dnt edleoncnerge vara) Pest esses 1, Dimensions and specifications Pressure 1) | Free air Motor Medel delivery 2) Fst cra ew [hp | roe 110 8 sk 19 us 58 a fas [seca 130 8 Ho 92 Sk 26 Ms. 0 15 | 20 3600 Ls 6 4) Persissible operating pressure. 2) Free air delivery of unit at permissible operating pressure. 2. Description of the SIGIA screw cospressor ‘The main components of the Signa screw compressor are a housing and two rotors The compressor operates according to the rotary piston prineipie and is criven hy an electric sotor through V-belts. intate discharge mala rotor fenale rotor cil injection Figure 1 There are two retors with antifriction bearings in the housing: a male rotor with § lobes driven by the motor and a female rotor with 6 voice. Unile the Fotors are turning, air is drawn in through the Inlet port at the upper side of ‘the housing and the trapped air is compressed at the lover side Ihe of! injected into the housing atthe lover side picks up the heat resulting ‘ron the compression process, prevents the rotors from contacting each other end lubricates the antitriction betrings at the sane tine As there are ne unbalanced forces, inlet or outlet vaives, smooth running of the MAESER oS 3. Construction and function of screw compressor model SK 19/26, 17816 RINT Classes 3. Construction and function of screw compressor model Sk 19/26 T7816 Crs Coss Construction and function of screw compressor medel SK 19/26 1 Compressor 2 driving motor 3 Air filter 4 um (not required, if bag-type filter is used) 4. Safety valve 5 Minimum pressure check valve (in. pressure approx. 65 psig) 6 Inlet valve 7 Pressure switch / Faulty direction of rotation (switching point. 10/38 psig) 8 Pressure switch / Full lead - {dling ( ap min 10 psig) 9/10 Conbined control / vent valve 8 Control valve 10 Vent valve 11 O11 Filter 10 ym (by-Flow Filter) 12 O11 separating cartridge 16 Hose coupling 15. O11 cooler (air-cooled) 16 Air aftercooler (air-cooled) 17 O11 temperature controller (opening temperature approx. 160°F) 18 Pressure gauge 19 Distance thermometer (switching point 230°F) 20 Silencer 21 Ball cock 22 birt trap 23° Nozzle (dia. 1/64) 26 Oil drain cock 25 Wain-flow nozzle 26 Strainer 360 um 27 O81 separator tank 28 O11 sight glass: O11 level max, 29 O11 sight glass: 011 level min, ALL pressure values in bar overpressure Crs Cosy 4, Installation 4.1. Ventilation for atr-cooled units Installation of the screw conpressor should take place according to the following schedule. For easy access and service, respect the mininum distance fndieated Below. Figure 3 The compressor roon should provide adequate ventilation. Possibility A | Possibility 8 | Possibility ¢| Required size Ventilation: | Ventilation: | Exhaust air | at air inlet Model | natural draft | fan iS used for | entrance’ for heating Bort air outlet duct| cfs at @ inlet air | static entrance pressure of | wxh | sft Ot inches we| “inches sa.tt. sk 19 1 2400 wx 20 27 Sk 2 6 2400 14x20 525 esa Coss Possibility A: For ventilation through natural draft, the air outlet duct aust be the sane size as the inlet air entrence (see chart on page 7). Possibility 8: Air delivery of the exhaust fan must be adequate for the size of the unit (see chart on page 7). Possibility ¢: Warm exhaust air 1s forced through a duct into the room to be heated. ‘Attention: Consult KAESER COMPRESSORS for maximum allloable pressure drop in exhaust ducts. To ensure trouble-free operation of the unit, cooling air tenperature should not drop below 40° F and not exceed 100° F. 4.2 Air discharge connection ‘The unit, fs piped ready for operstion. It must be connected to the compressor” s air discharge using the supplied adapter. Oo not forget to include a flexible Line between the adapter and the systen piping. f check valve 1s not required in the Aischarge Line as one Ts built into the unit. 4.3 Electrical connection Kzeser compressors are supplied fully wired internally. Simply connect, the mein electrical supply conductors to complete the electrical installation, Electricel conductors and fuse recommendations for the main electrical supply are shown below. To connect the sain electricsl supply, proceed as follows: 2. Lock out and tag out the Main Disconnect Switch In the off position. b. Ensure the main supply conductors are connected to the Nein Bisconnct Switch. Appropriately Tebel each conductor Lt, £2, 13 oF 6 (ground). Feed the main supply conductors through the opening in conpresser's control cabinet and secure with an appropriste strain rellef. Connect main supply conductors to the to its corresponding terminal in the control cabinet, Lebeled 1, L2, L3, or 6 (ground). Conducter and Fuse Recommendations Direct on-line start Direct anatine. etart 230°¥, 3eph, 60 He 460°¥, Soph, 60° Hz Nodet | Wotor | Fuse dua Conductor | Fuse dual Conductor element, wire size | element wire size «| o» Bags as Ans AKG xe fn | © 8 30 8 sk 25 [5 | 20 20 6 © e Please note that the above conductors, fuses and procedure are Kaeser's recommendations. These recommendations do not supersede other appropriate Codes. AIL main electrical supply connections should be made by a qualified electrician in accordance with N.E.c. (National Electrical Code), 0.S-H.A. {Occupational seety and Health Adntnistration), and any otter applicable jocal codes. 4.4 Overload relay adjustment Direct on-line start 230 ¥, windings in delta-connection.. ‘Only the phase current of a winding Is led through the overload relay. This phase current is only 0.58 tines the motor rated current Iy, accordingly ‘the relay has to be adjusted for Iy x 0-58. Adjustent “The overload relay should be adjusted approx. 10 X higher than the phase current, ‘of a winding. MIS will prevent It frox acting due to voltaze fluctuations. Direct on-line start 460 ¥, windings in WYE-connecticn.. Adjustent ‘The overload relay should be adjusted approx. 10 & higher than rated current. ‘This will prevent it from acting due to voltage fluctuations. ‘SHUT OFF POWER TO UNIT AT MAIN DISCONNECT SWITCH BEFORE ATTEXOTING [ANY ADJUSTMENTS TO COMPRESSOR. -8- Crsta esses 5. PREPARATION FOR INITIAL START-UP ‘see "SAFETY PRECAUTIONS’ on Page 2 5.1 Start-up after of1 change and/or long standstil! The following procedure must be observed when starting the unit after an of] change and/or a standstill perica of three (3) months and over: = To add ofl In the airend intake port: Before starting the unit, pour approx 1 pint of] in the airend intake port and rotate the airend by hand before starting the unit. Important: Use the same brand and quality of oll as the one being used to operate the compressor unit only (refer to the specs label on tte oll separator tank), or Grain of1 from the oi] separator tank and use for tret purpose. cout Discharge pressure in unit before draining ary oll. To ad¢ oil, unscrew the inlet valve of the eirend ard pour recomended anount ofl into the airend. Screw inlet valve back on. To increase wye tine respectively tine of released start, at the initial start-up For initial start-up, increase wye tine relay respectively released start tine relay to 20 seconds to prevent cenpression of Inlet air. during start-up. Stop Unit by stert/stop switch. JUST BEFORE REACHING THE 20° SECOND LIMIT. Once this 1s done, wye tine relay respectively released start time relay must be set back its normal operating point of approx. 6 seconds. ‘Trese two preventive seasures will ensure that the airend is getting sufficient oil when starting up the unit and will provide sufficient tine for filling the ‘ail cooler and ell oll Lines ‘ttent ion: After @ standstill of more than 12 month further special procedures are re- ‘quired before the initial start-up. For that consult KAESER COMPRESSORS, INC -10- ao CesSeas 5.2 Checking the direction of rotation = Switch on the unit (4, Figure 4) and check the direction of rotation of the cogpressor pulley or motor pulley. Arrows on motor and irend housing indicate direction of rotation, = Should direction of rotation be incorrect, conductors Li and L2 must be interchanged. = If the direction 1s correct the built in ventilator blows through the cooler to the outside. WARNING If the compressor rotation 1s wrong, the unit Is autonetically shut doxn by the safety pressure switch (7, Figure 2). 5.3. Instrument. panel 6 Emergency stop button Conpressor start-up 4 start/stop suiten = Switch on the customer ith Mower Gn Tight supplied main switch. = Turn the start/stop witch (4, Figure 4) to the start position. Conpressor stop = Tur the start/stop switch (4, Flgure 4) 20 the stop position. Seiten off the customer supplied main switch. KAESER CONTROL Hourneter Texperature gauge for airend aisererge temperature Pressure gauge for cutie! presstre oF Tnportant: Do not shut off the compressor operating with load st the rain Gisconneet switch. Use the start/stop-switch on the unit first. Figure & ‘Attention Before opening the controtier door the "POVER ON" (4, Figure 4) Light must never be used a5 2 positive indication that power has been shu! off. A burned aut bulD can gives false indication. -ne MAESER bomen 5.4 Safety system: KAESER-CONTROL KAESER CONTROL | 1O0N 2.0 motor 3 O TewrenaTune 4. noraTiOn Figure 4a 50 1. Comes on when the units in operation or ready for operation Goes out in case of malfunction. {nase of malfunction (ights 2, 3,4 and 6) the respective light comes on and the compressor is immediately shut down, 2, Overload relay ofthe compressor motor ‘After having eliminated the trouble, push the reset button on the overload. 8. Contact thermometer for excessive final compression temperature, \When the temperature reaches 212 °F degrees C, the units shut down (19, Figure 2). 4. Pressure switch atthe outlet port ofthe ar end (7, Figure 2) ‘The unit is shut down ifthe direction of rotation is incorrect or the ‘V-belts are broken or have slipped. 5. Provided for additional arrangements, ‘Atorthe trouble has beon eliminated, the unit must be reset. For that reset the ‘switch (4, Figure 4) from START to STOP. Now the compressor is ready for operation. EMERGENCY STOP BUTTON When Emergency stop button" is pressed, the unit is shutoff and all LED lights on KAESER CONTROL will come on. For restart turn the ,Emergency stop butten” clockwise and turn the contol switch trom start to stop. The units ready for operation. ATTENTION: The compressor unit is switched off by the corresponding door interlock switch if the access doors are opened during operation. When the door is closed again, the contact in the interiock switch also closes again and the unit can be restarted 8.5 Idle time adjustment The time delay relay for ing ime is located in the control box (ime 3 - 30 minutes). The iding phase should be set ia such a way that the maximum number of times the ‘motor cuts in is less than 20 times an hour. prs Cases 5.6 Pressure switeh adjustment Adjustment of the switch differential at the pressure switch for Limiting the switching frequency’ Maximum Frequency of idling operation: twice a minute By increasing the switch differential between cut-out and cut-in the swltching frequency can be reduced to a limited extent. If this {3 not sufficient a larger alr tank is required. The pressure switch has been pre-set at the factory as Follows! = 110 psig units: 100 to 110 psig (ap = 10 psig) 145 psig units: 135 to 145 psig (ap = 10 psig) 190 psig units: 180 to 190 pste (ap = 10 psig) } Pressure adjustaent aust only be carried out at $ GheTtounces pressure" suiten'unen the compressed EO TTE Wines ence pressures Retention: Do not set cut-out pressure below 90 psig or cuttin pressure Belew 60 psi9) Cut-out pressure: For higher pressure: turn handvteel to the right. For lower pressure: turn handvhee! to the left, won wea Cut-in pressure/suiteh differential: vitae =a To inneose the difference Between cit-in and Cusco presture remove lating pin | = press handwheel so that the cross pin at the £7 Eos" the hnaet cones oi shen arn i handwhee! tothe ert = place in leeking pin To decrease the difference between cut-in and cuteout pressure: “"renave locking pin wee wa A * proceed as indicated above but turn nandvhee! cobedgeere = pa Porte right ~ place In lacking pin Caution —nardntest | gefore renoving the pressure switch cover, shut off the conpressor (start/stop sultch and main disconnect. switch). After each re- adjusteent at pressure switch. place cover on | Dressure switch before switching on the Compressor E Figure 5-8 SK 19/26 03.50 2 VN CesT 5.7 Control systens ZS ANAS 7 Figure 9 .. Presture-e- Hotor output-— Mith the OUAL-Control (combined idling/internittent operation control systen) the compressor operates only at the fellowing two. points full load and idling ‘The compressor pressure is regulated by a pressure switch between the pressure Limits, e.g. between 100 - 110 psig. This results in’ an extrenely low Switching ifferentiai of only 10 psig between full load and idling. If the compressor continues to idle longer than for a pre-set adjustable period (1) t2 (2) e.g. t= 6 min, then the electric motor will be switched off completely ai (2): Upon reaching the tower switching point at Pran (3) e.g. 100 psig, the unit is switcned on again autonatically. If, novaver, the pressure drops. again to > (5) within'a shorter period (4)"to (5) eng. tc = 2 min. then, autoratic switening over £0 full lead will take place, -u- Ns erases 5.7.2 qUADRO-Control (optional) Pressure. 2° Figure 10 Ti —— “he Quadro-Control provides even greater savings in the case of widely varying lr demand, The following controls and operating modes are possible: = Upon reaching the lover pressure limit of the pressure switch Prin (1), the control automatically selects full Toad. + hen the upper pressure Limit Pyeg(2) 1s reeched, the control automat !~ cally selects idling. + At the end of the pre-set idling period (2) to (3) e.g. t = 4ain, the compressor is switched to standstill. If the eine és cropping from pyen@) to. Dyn (5) 8, ty = 6 min is longer shan the comparison period (2) to (2)"e.9- t2 o°d'min, the intermiteent operation se fs seleaed qutoat iceland the comrenssr atone to encstily reaver than ta sete Tor she subsegiene eels (0). 17 th cine fron (1) to (2) ts thrter ety £8 ine tne iangimode’ is selected fein forthe Toliouing eyete (9)¢ This eumparison wich the Fixe ioe {Bropented foreach secure Sr. ‘The QUADRO-Control lso replaces the commonly used selector switch for Idling/intermittent’ operation in selecting the optimum cperating ode autonatically. KAESER Casey 6. Maintenance schedule Always follow maintenance instructions: = Before performing any maintenance on the unit, shut off the unit at start stop switch and main disconnect switch to make sure the power Ls off. = Before restarting, make sure no one is working on the unit and covering plates are back oh, as well as all doors are closed. = After, switching on main disconnect switch, start unit at start-stop switch (4, Figure 4). = In case of pover failure or cutoff at sain disconnect switch, restart unit manually at’ start-stop switch. ~ The socket to vent the tank Is attached to the hose coupling (1. Figure 20). It is used for maintenance work, such as oil refill, ol and filter change, = Work on current-carrying parts may only be carried out by an appropriate personnel. 6.1 Air inlet filter Cleaning of the air inlet filter should take place at least every 500 operating hours. = Shut off the eempressor (startestop Sviteh and main elscomect suicch ~ Opening the filter housing (Figure 11) Disrcurt the hexagon nut an the cover of the filter Routing and pull ost She cartricge. ~ by cleaning the #i1ter nousing, extra attention should be pate to the fortact turraces of fhe gisket (Flovre #2). ~ Cleaning by tapping off the cust leure’ 1 Tapvthe front side of the cersridse agninst,Jour pein until all the sist ne falten cuts Sword danaging the Sarislage” Cledn the contact surfaces ofthe gaskets = Blow clean with compressed air (Cioure 18) Blow dry compressed air (a0 higher Shan £ bor) elaneed eguinse the poner pests. {nen blow clean the Inblée"of the cartridge Shorouty (caution: Do not use Fluids to clean air filter. Replace certridge after several [cleanings (max. 5 cleanings) or if [cartridge is overly contaminated, Figure 14 16 - 6.2 Filter mat pray Conese Clean filter wat every 100 to 300 operating hours depending on anount of dust. 6.3 011 filter, ‘The run-in of] filter cartridge has to be hours. A further exchange of the standard Shut off the compressor (start/ stop switen and main disconnect switch). Remove Cover frane with screw. river. To sount, turn screws. 50° (Figure 15). Cleaning: Rinse the mat in water of approx. 100°F with sone mild detercent, Cleaning can also be done ty tapping, vacuuming, or Blowing the dust off with compressed air, with ofly dust, rinse the rat In mild solvent ‘or warm water. Tf mat is excessively soiled, replace. exchanged after approx. 200 operating Oil filter cartridge nas to be carried out after epprox, each 1000-2000 operating hours. Figure 16 Figure 17 k Figure 18 Figure 19 Shut off the compressor (start/stop Switch and main disconnect switch). Place vent. socket (3, Figure 20) into hose coupling (2, Figure 20) at the tank (the tank ldses its pressure). Then walt about 1 minute Until the oll settles. Unscrew clogged filter by turning the ‘fliter counterclockwise and discard (Figure’ 16). Clean sealing surface at the filter head thoroughly with lint-free cloth (Figure 17). Lubricate’ the new’ofl filter at gasket lightly with oil. (Figure 18). Serew in the few filter’manually UntIT the cartridge gasket Tits Ughtry (Figure 18). and-tighten ony! Pour oll into the tank to normal evel, See section 6 Important Remove vent socket from hose | coupling. Start up’ the compressor and check for leakage. Caution: Ebb Bde GPe Seti TRg LAOH ke system, HAESER COMPRESSORS 6.4 O11 separator 6.4.1 Checking the pressure differential = Turn compressor on and keep the operating pressure as constant as possible, = Insert pressure gauge into the hose couplings at the tank (1 and 2, Figure 20) and take pressure readings. = The difference of these readings indicates the pressure differential at the ofl separeting cartridge. = We reconmed replacing the cartridge at a pressure differential of approx. 12 psig. = The Life of the oil separating cartridge depends to 2 high degree on the contamination of the inlet air and the maintenance of the alr and oll filters. For this reason the pressure should be checked every 500 operating hours. 6.4.2 Filter replacenent: = Shut off the compressor (start/stop switch and main disconnect. swltch) = Place vent, socket (3) into hose coupling (2) at the tank (the tank foses its pressure). = Loosen screws (¢) and renove cover (5). = Resove the old of] separating cart- Fidge (6) with gaskets. (7) end ‘o-ring (8)"and clean surfaces. = Place new o-ring (8) in the sgreave’on the cll separator tank. = Place in a new cartridge (6) with gaskets (7) and mount. cover (5) with serevs (4). = When changing the cartridce, unscrew and replace sereen filter (9) 19 the oll suction line. = Assemble parts in reverse order. ~ Remove the vent. socket (3) from hose coupling (2). Retention In order that static electricity ‘can flow through the electrically ‘conductive cil separator cartridge to'the separator tank and. grounded Compressor fram, the gaskets (7) of the ot] separator tank cover have been provided witha metal elie (io). De not renove the clip! Figure 20 = 18 resid beter 65 Ollrecommendations Lbaton een ar compresses fesse to rate operation Carbon an vanish can form compressor ‘ols These depssts block he ow ofworcat and cause excessve wear and teu af moving pat. Contains tion ofthe of can alow the fooation of aids, causing eden teal corrosion Waler may be condensed decreasing hears ublety (tn retary compressors does much mor than lubest, During the compression proces, acts a a soaant Inthe and wlohe lnportrt for medium efcency. Tolubrcert leo absorb uch oth het compres leno oa! the aren and reduce the temperate othe comprosené a, I no ough a comaressor ‘uidustates wel, X mut tand up ote eat, pressure and contaminants hs re preset in every ay com pressor, Kaeser Compressors has sever! lubricate aval hat ar special formulated to match these demas. ‘They fete exalt sey, estancing dards (by to separare rom wate nd lo fe. CERI ESE TOBRICANTS TGR ‘WARE RECONMENDED LUBRICANT DescnToN (CHANGE INTERVAL* Fis O1Ghange | Subsequert G1 Change aso | 16046SeniSyrieteLubreart | 2000 Hours “p00 Hous $460 180 49 SysheticLubcart 3000 Hours ‘3000 Hours SERIES SEML-SYNTHETIC LUBRICANTS ‘© u-Seles Siok compressor fulds ae the highest quay petcleum lubricate. N60 I pod eed to ‘rove rable performance hn Kaeer rotary sorew compressors. |S SERIES SYNTHETIC LUBRICANTS. 1 Series SicMA comprescr ols are formulates fromthe most vanced syaheilubicants. Thac “eythe ‘ivan begin as high qual petleum fad stosk Tey rethen tenes, rooesses and pure ito ‘ds wth very conltetkicants wih super reper, SIGMA syne ican feature Sl he acvan- tages of both PAO and lester ud, 1 S40 ubicant recommended for eamresors operating in ambient temperatures bewesn 4° and 05, ‘SPECIALTY KRESER LUBRICANTS (torte prodvtiniermeton to determine sutabity) ‘Signa MAXIMUM RECOWMENDED wancant | DESCAIPTION (CHANGE INTERVAL” FrsOi Grange | Subsequent O1 Change sao 180.60 Syretic Lubricant 000 Hous: 000 Hours Fo-490 [190.46 Food Grade Syniatc Lubricant | 9.000 Hours 4000 Hours + ollchangesmay need abe more Fequent depending on amblont condions. ‘When bigh ambient temperatures er airy conciions are nevabl, of changes may be necessary every 1,000 hours (4000 hous fr sje) er even more cen. Ol change nts requted shoul Be determined hough proce ol ana HAESER Comes [SPECIALTY KAESER LUBRICANTS. 1:66 ubicant maybe used when ambien! tompertures are avaysbetwoon 7 and 105, ‘¢ FG 401s a specal Food Grade Sigma lubricant, eeceped fr uce in fod processing nd pharmaceutical ‘manufacturing where USDA Ht beats are dested. FOOD GRADE LUBRICANTS ‘© FG 460 synthetic hydrocarbon based ood grade ubicant is deslgnd for us in roar screw compressor In the apiation were Inedenta food contact may occur wth the scharge a. This bricant meat the ecu foment fe FDA Regution 21 CRF 178.670 ane is USDA approved. FG 460 ls approved for canna, food pecking, meat and pouty processing and cher apletons wher tcdental food contact may occur © Compatiy: Fo a00 sar to mineral ol int compat wth cals, seals, gaskets and hoses. The typical arecau- fons ar required when changing ovr ro mineral ol to Kaeser sy hydrcearbon based luca, Never miclusieant of aferent ypes or brands. ‘Kaeser yet lubricant should be stored In a protected eeation to prevent contamination. Donat ese ‘us sh an san to recendcna. ‘¢athough the Kaaer eythtc ne highly farnatl, wl burn While Keser syhatis compressor of {ess tammabe then equa ect mineral ol, cannot be Cassled asa fr-esistart Mid these fash point above 4007 Since the user he tal con! ovr th conden of the compressor bien, he asus ‘hes total respenibty forks ste usage ‘Mater Salary Data Sheets are avanbe foreach uicant tom you Kaeser authorized stibutors egarcecs fhe bricant elected, the KAESER Sigra ubiants wl separate ea trom water veter heal condense, the wae’ cen eel be caned of by tung te compraceor of wh tapping some ofthe ei pressue. Lethe compressor to thet any water ea an ack tthe sopaatr tank and seperate tothebot- ‘om. Then ly open the ol ean vale and a pressure wil foc water rom the bettom ofthe tank Foctuter deta, plese referto te oll change ection nti anual. “yen switching om mineral cl te aeythati othe plant sytem material must be re-evaluate. Cota [estes ee nt compettie wth ete ol. The flowing a para ist of aceptebe end nat recormended ravers EERE TETRECONENGED er I mE ‘anit Be ieee as = otra Sora cone ra Cres sentoan wen omer an ane eee D: Cerner ri a in io os PON Lasse 6.6 Adding oft Check of} level weekly at the of] sight glass. Alnays shut off the compressor shen checking the ofl level. Ol1 must be added when the minimus oi1 level, whlch Ig the middle of the lover oil sight. glass, has been reached. Fill to the’ middle ff the upper oll sight glass, no higher. 0 NOT OVERFILL. = Shut off the compressor (start/stop Switch and main disconnect. switen} = Place vent, socket (1) into coupling (2) at the tank. The tank foses Its pressure. = Loosen locking serew (5). Pour oll-in to the max. ievel. = Gheck o-ring (4) and tighten locking screw (5). = Renove vent. socket (1) from coupling (2). Teportant: Always use the sane make and type of oil Cindtested on the oil separator: tank). Different oil than that alreedy in the unit may 96 used If It meets the oi] Specifications. See section 6.5. Whenever changing ot types, always Grain all of old oll completely and | change oil Filter before adding new of] ‘type. Never mix oil types, other than proved by KAESER KONPRESSOREN. Figure 21 6.7. 011 change (oll separator tank and oi! cooler) The of] must be changed approx. every 2000 to 200) service hours depending on contamination of inlet air, at least once 2 year. Tf the unit operates at or’ close to anblent temperature of 100 °F (for example In boiler roows etc.) the oll must be changed more frequently, i.e, every 000-1500 Service hours. Wodel_[ O11 chari SK 18 31/4 US al 5K 26 3.1/4 US Gal [importants SS Drain ofl from the of1 separator tank, cooler and Line For restart’ procedure see section 8.1 wae 6.7.1 011 change with pressure produced by another source Shut off the compressor (start/stop switch and main disconnect switch) Close shutoff vaive (1). Place hose (2) of other pressure source with socket (3) into coupling (4) and pressure feed, The tank should have a pressure of approx. 30 psig. Renove hose (2) with socket (3) from coupling (4). 7 Slowly open drain valve (§). Te pressure renaining in the tank will cause the oll t0 flow. After discharging the tank, slowly open the cooler drain plug (6). The ofl will drain without pressure {Close the drain valve (5) and the cooler ofl drain (6). ‘Open shutoff valve (1). = Oil adding see section’6, 6.7.2 O11 change with pressure produced by the compressor: Shut off the compressor (start/stop Switch and agin disconect. swith). Close shutoff valve (1) Let compressor run for about half & Binute. The tank should have @ pressure of epprox. 30 psig. Stut off the conpressor. (start/stop switch and main disconnect. switch). Slowly open drain valve (5). The pressure reneining in the tank will fuse the oll to flow. After discharging the tank, slowly pen the cooler drain plug’(6). The Of] will drain without: pressure Close the drain valve (5) and the cooler ol drain (6). Open shutoff valve (i). O11 edging see. section’6.6. caution: (O41 may be very not. Allow unit to cool before draining oi | =m. CN tiA3 eerie linen final compression temperature reaches 230 °F, the compressor shuts off and ‘the warning Light (3 Figure 4a) comes on, Troubleshoot and repair. Probable causes: malfunction in the cooling systen, e. Tow off level ‘extrene anblent temperature (too low or too high) Clogged of filter Clogged of cooler logged afr Inlet filter mat 6.8 Temperature gauge and high tenperature switch After the trouble has been eliminated the compressor can be restarted at the start/stop switch (4, Figure 4). 6.9 Motor lubrication The standard otors have life-time grease lubrication. Under normal working conditions (anbient tenperature 75 °F), carry out mmaintenance of the moter according to the following chart. After the indicated working hours, Dut at least every 3 years, dendunt moter Bearings, rans them and fI1 the Void spaces with new grease. Lubrication interval operating hours Hoge Motor 50 Hr Wotor 60 Hz xf a ween | We reconnend the following brant of high temperature grease: Unirex N 3 Under harder working conditions, i.e, strongly polluted intake air and aabient ‘enperature of the unit approx.'100 *F, lubrication interval is half as. long. For special motors, other prote:tive systens etc., follow sanufacturer's Instructions (on motor nane plsi6). ome 6.10 V-belt tension range cf automatic V-belt retensionting Figure 23 6.10.1 Vebelt changing RT SiS Belt tension must be checked every 500 ‘operating hours. The V-belt. span is adjusted auto natically within a limited range by the Pressure spring. See figure at left. ‘An indicator pin (3) in the oblong hole Indicates the Yebelt. span. When ‘he pln (G) reaches ‘the top of the hole, retensioning 1s required. = Shut off the compressor (start/stop Sultch and main disconnect. switch); = Loosen hex nut (1). Retension the V-belt by turning, ‘the hex nut (2) until the pin (3) isall the way down. = Retighten hex nut (1). = Shut off the compressor (start/stop switch aain discenneet.switeh). = Turn adjusting hex mut (2, Figure 23 courwards: ee = Slip V-belt over motor and compressor pulleys. = Tension V-belt (see section 6.10.) ~ Check V-belt tension after approx. 2 and 24 operating hours Teportant: | Replacement v-belts must absolutely have the sane length and must be 100 % ol! resistant, Order KAESER genuine factory tested replacement parts only! Crs Cems 6.11 Cleaning the cooler Check cooter at least every 1000 operating haurs for contamination. Strong contamination can result in excessive tenperature in oll elreulation. Otsassenbling and cleaning the cooler: = Shut off the compressor (start/stop switch and main disconnect switch). = Vent the unit (see section 6.4.2). = Open maintenance doors (2). + Discharge compressed air Line. ‘Attention: linen the unit has been vented, pressure is provided from the air Lines up to he minimum pressure check valve, Therefore, disconnect the unit fron the air ssains (shut-off. yalve). After that vent the’ air aftercooler by denounting the compressed air line carefully. If no shut-off valve Is proviced, the conplete fir Lines must be vented. = Denount air lines (3 and 4), control line (5) and pressure switch (10). = Screw off conbination valve (6) from cooler (8), lift it slightly and wipe Off the oil flowing cut with a piece of cloth, Rexove c-rings (8) and check thea, = Close the openings of the oll lines at the cooler (8). = Undo attactnent screws (7) and lift off the cooler (8). = Blow cooling fins clean with compressed alr or spray with weter. = Assemble parts in reverse orver. = While mounting combination valve (6), make sure o-rings (8) are seated properly. Figure 25 6.12 Checking the safety valve on the oi1 separator tank To check the set maximum operating limit the unlt aust be operated at a fina pressure higher than maximum setting of the pressure switch. Maxinum pressure Set maximum operating of the unit Pressure of the safety valve 110 psig 130 psig 148 psig 165 psig | 190 psig 210 psig In order to avoid readjustment of the pressure switch, carry out checking in the Following way: = Shut off the compressor (start/stop switch and main disconnect switcn). = Close the shutoff valve (1, Figure 22) at the discharge Line. = Close the shutoff valve downstream of the unfit. Start the compressor ana let 1t switen over tram Tull 102d to idling. = White the discharge line is being closed the pressure can easily be checked at the pressure gauje (9, Figure 22) on the separator tank as it is ‘ncressed slowly up to the limit where the safety valve Mill react, = Shut off the compressor, = Open the shutoff valve downstream of the unit, = Open the shutoff valve (1, Figure 22) at the discharge Line. 26 - 6.13 Recommended maintencance schedule for model Sk 19/26 rN Cems Interval Maintencance Refer to section 50 hrs after {initional start up Tighten all wiring connections inthe control panel Replace ofl filter 6.3 Oil filter Weekly (heck ell level 6.6 Adding ofl Check pressure differential at separating cartridge 0 O11 separator Every 100 te Clean Filter mat® 6.2 Filter mat ‘to 300 hre Every 500 hrs Clean air inlet filter* 6.1 Air inlet, (heck V-belt tension 6.10 Vobelt tension Every 1000 hrs Replace filter mat* 6.2 Filter mat Check cooler for surface aire 6.11 checking the cooler’ Every 1500 hrs Replace air inlet filter* 6.1 Air inlet filter Every 2000 hrs Change oil filter* 6.3 of Filter Charge ofl (iF mineral oll Is usea)* 6.7 O11 change Every $000 hrs Change separator cartridge 6.4 O11 separator Every 10000 hrs Lubricate aotor bearings* 6.9 Motor lubrication Yearly Clean cooler surfaces* 6.11 Checking the cooler Tighten all wiring coanections inthe control nano! Check Safety valve 6.12 Checking the safety valve Every second year Change of sintered silencer 6.16 Change of sintered silencer Note Tine Interval may vary depending on type of unit, installation(e.g boiler room) frequency of use, and anbient conditions (e.g. asblent, tenperature other ‘than 32-105 °F), ‘please consult KAESER COMPRESSORS, INE. KAESER esses 6.14 Maintenance check fst Record hours of eperation and check maintenance woth pertocmend. Record values where indicated. Fiter | aw Ts B]om mat | fitter [23 [sepa] ou tin | v-tens 3 eating Hours of trioge [3 B lear Date | signature operation riage z 72 6.15 Maintenance parts List ira Pessoa Naximun | vebeit ]oit fitter] oi) air | Filter pressure cartridge | separa- | inter | nat ‘ting | filter Node cartridge | cartridge conpl.set compl set psig | Order to. |Order Wo. | Order No. | Order No. | Order Ho. to | &.2512.0 iH «19 | 145 | 6.2513-0 Jo.1995.0 /6.2008.1 | 6.2002.0 | 6.1943.0 190 | s.2s13.0 "0 | 6.2513.0 sk 26] 145 | 6iz512:0 6.19850 |6.2008.1 | 6.2003.0 | 6.1943.0 190 | 61251610 pes. | Order No, Nane 1 6.1931.1 | O11 separating cartridge 2 sroa7ali | Gasket a 1563/0 | O-ring 1 Sia. | Sereen ¢ilter The of] separating cartridge set (Order No. 6.20081) consists of: When ordering spare parts always stete compressor type, serial nusber and year ‘of manufacture which are stamped in the naneplate. ‘Attention: enufacturer. To ayold lover quality order enly genuine parts from the compressor 2 HAESER Cease 6.16 Change of sintered silencer Change the silencer after maximally £000 operating hours, at least every second years = Shut off unit (see Section 5.3). ~ Place vent socket into hose coupling at the oll separator tank (see Section 6.6) ‘ne tenk loses Its pressure. ~ Unscrew air filter (1) and renove filter catrigge (see Section 6.1). = Renove old silencer (3). = Wount new silencer and peste it with Omnifit £0 He ~ Screw on air filter and remove vent socket from hose coupling at the of separator tank. Inlet valve Model sx 19/26 | order Ho. Silencer 6.2026.0 230V 38 GOCY or 460V 36 6OCY manufacturer: KAESER COMPRESSORS 96450 COBURG GERMANY Wiring Diagram screw compressor SK 19 direct on tine start consignee: | | customer: ae KAESER [eww Ta oes = sis | Conpresser SK 1 : Saxe HHL 06S ee Comprcttr Sk 9 Page KAESER Sane ae eS 1 olor starter 15 seni valve ieee entra /vet vale! ‘FUZFU primary control fuse ‘TRI time relay (start unloading! | 290 secondary ena se 12 tie ray y-t 1 trastemer (92 cnr ety 1 compressor mat cating tight “paver on” OLS1DLS? deer intetock sited S suis 9 stpymeset ‘01 Kaeser Centra PB eneegeny stop pushbutton | APS se possi sith te teenin strip malfunction indicators malfunction lights: lavtonai shutdowl ETS excessive tenperature sith 230 SAPS satety a pressure sith KAESER Yocom oemt SRF = 70S ry Bw ; lee eye eee £ Se a TAS Sa i Hela erage eT Bea Swe | [ipettaSe w KAESER Wiring Diagram screw compressor SK 26 direct on tine start 230V 38 G0CY or 4eOV 36 6OCY manufacturer: KAESER COMPRESSORS 96450 COBURG GERMANY consignee customer: a KAESER [own =| Senin | ers a Als pled ® hewrge pro7k Crseh. ID PTTIR 4 V8 GO or 440¥ 83 40cr SAPS) ay i Relctat held nial oe Err leeiay I iedeeoee ah a). t04 as 2Er ad . a i, KAESER [sor seas eae formers | compressor Sx 26 Suman: CRE, oo ent aie (Cone onra/vent va) FURRY pinay contrat fuse TRY Hine eaay (sar ete! SFY secondary control fuse RD tne ety aay 1 transtomer Ra cctrl relay | W lndeatig ght “power on as S satay 9 wstoprteset OLS1DLS? dor trick ges PD energy sap pshtuten 01 Kasse Contr ae 0S aie pressure sien 101 ternal ship malfunction indicators malfunction lights: (auton shutdove) 101 stor ovrondeeay ETS excessive temperature siteh 230 SAPS safety ae pressure ster RAESER [eo SERRE CHE 8 c Description and tunation Coaponet identification data er Kaeser rlefeleleletelg aleleelal 4 5 Willa Tan a | * Ele elels RARE [Sk — oH Hose Pie Crys Cerise To avoid danage of the casing of the unit, it 1s recommended @ fork Lift or @ spreader bean be used for transportation. 9, Transportation instructions Model Weight 519 approx. 260 kg SK 26 approx. 280 kg Verladegesenirr -2 10, Trouble shooting LON Cease 10.1 Alrend temperature is too high (greater than 155-100°F) Possible Cause Remedy close’ to wall or other Blockage, Cooling air inlet or outlet is too | _vES Situate unit for adequate air Flow (See section 4.1) [~ Air intake filter mats are clogged. | Yes _[ Clean the mats or replace if necessary (see section 6.2). im ‘Aabient temperature is too high, ves _[ Provide cooler alr fron other The, greater than 108° |] source or move compressor to a cooler location. ] Cooling air supply is inadequate, | ves _[ Provide required anount of fs) ventilation (see section 4.1) pe If cooling air outlet duct is used | YES _[ Consult KAESER COMPRESSORS it may be too narrow or t20 long. |-———"} fenginesring departnent for duct requirenents. |» The ribs of the cooler (air and oft] YES No coolers are clogged). rl Clean with compressed air/ viater or steam injector. (see section 6.11). OLL level is tow, ves {10 (check oll Level_and add necessary anount of recommended ol {See section 6.6) Check dirt trap filter in oft return line for possibte Contamination. ‘Toning correctly. a Be Thermostatic valve is not fune~ ves (heck the valve spring and actuating piston. Replace efective parts (see section 11.1) Possible cause Idle pressure 1s too low for proper | YES oll circulation. no Drs Coase Renedy ———= | check idie pressure at the Separator tank. Tf the Dressure 1s Io, check the Inlet valve to maintain adequate idle pressure (see ection 11-3). Wrong oi1 is used. ¥ ‘rain old oil completely and replace with recormended type (see section 6.5). Consult KAESER’COVRPESSORS engineering departrent for other oll types not listed, O11 Filter is clogged. -ue ves, Replace filter (see section 6 10.2 Wotor overload relay switches the unit off Possible cause ort Pease enedy ‘0 Overload relay is set wrong or ts | __ves _| check tine current and adjust. defective. [7] overload relay as necessary oa (See section 4.4). Replace relay if defective. no Motor 1s running two phas yes [check wiring, tighten any defective rotor or blown fuse. _|———*] loase connections. Replace pee fest use(s) or motor ir necessery Wo Motor stop/start cycle 1s too ves _[See section 10.5. Frequent. | no Operating pressure is too high yes [Adjust pressure switch to }————| proper operating pressure (see section 5.8). Replace pressure switch tf defective. 10 Oil separating cartridge is ‘Yes __[ Check pressure differential contaminated. [+] across’ cartridge. Replace — cartridge and strainer if’ necessary (see section 6.4) No Wotor starts against pressure ves [= theck ballcock in vent because system does not get | Mine and open iti it vented. Is closed. = Check the’ ciaphragn in the vent. valve and replace if defective (see section 11.3). > Check the minimum pressure check valve. Adjust miainun Pressure function or Feplace defective parts as necessary (See section 11.4), = Gheck'stlencer in vent Line Clean or replace as needed, KAESER Cease Possible Cause Remedy ‘Alrend is defective. yes _[ check atrend and replace if defective No ‘ambient temperature 1s above ves_[ provide ventilation 108° F. [7 (see section 4:1). | 0 - L Defective wotar: bad bearings of short cireulé in windings. Replace sotor, 10.3 Conpressor is running but produces no pressure Possible cause Resedy Airend rotates in wrong direction, | YES || Reverse motor polarity (See section 5.2 and 7). | 10 1 Tnlet valve does not open or opens ‘heck the inlet valve, control valve and lings. only partially. = feplece defective parts’ as needed (See. section 11-2). No Vent valve does not close at ves [check the conbined contol full Toad. [~~] vent valve. and contro! lines, —J Replace defective parts. 2 needed (see section 11.3) jo Minimum pressure check valve ves | check the valve and replace is detective, [—*} defective parts SE (See section 11.4), No pee pee Pee eee Leaks in plant system, |__ves [check For open valves, loose SS Sd connections, defective tools, | ete. No 6 rv Coase Possible Cause ‘Remedy Plane syste ar deard exces |__ves_[ tease aston aenand o ‘agnet) GP cera. j-th Saito! es ane 1 Starting einer for mye delta ves_[enck timer and replace iF SHEN Derg Poedied Sart up es Bes tot week (Sipplenit ~ eectrice Sten 1 ‘ir Teak in wit, ves__[ Trenton loos comectiens, pS eater Spuace etacttve parts af necessary v0 Gockeh Is SII the tose ves [feo scl pen coulivg SStpling sith olt'epurevr |__"S_f eee'Setion ete ‘ar pe Safety valve fas Blom off, ves_[ see section 10.6, 1 Tired Ts detective, THO) anit rnin, lace Kod Sep Se nae Hier Sing Saul feet easldirabte suction. if not, Strands proucing frases 40.4 O11 flows out of air filter Possible cause Remedy (O41 Level in separator tank is too |_YES || drain off to correct level high. (ee section 6.5). 10. Full-load/idle sequence occurs too frequently Possible cause Remedy ‘Air receiver (tank) size is too ves _| consutt Kaeser COMPRESSORS stall or there 1s no tank, engineering cepartaent for recommended tank size. [2° Diaseter of hose comecting the unit | YES _[ Connecting hese diaseter tothe air receiver 1s too small. |) should not be less than the air discharge pipe dlaneter. Install larger hose if necessary, No Winisus pressure check valve leaks. | YES _[ Check the valve and replace Pe) Gefectlve parts (see section 11.4), to Se Pressure switch is incorrectly ves _[ Check adjustnent of pressure adjusted o detective. f7) suitens replece switcn if | detective: (see section 5.6). 0 Set idle tiser for longer Interval (see section 5.5). Tdle tine is too short. - 8 10,8 Excessive oll consumption Crt Coase reste case tet Wyo 1 being ed Ty We wl] _[ plan pan greet ofl Ue zi ieee SITUS Cinesns cringe Sire eet th eorng rie wa ra |_es_ [Beek eave aver) ai s Sears a ei. teat ets (see section 6.4). 1 cepartog carrie wags we |_ves_[ Tits satya io | | peat Te Oi ive a sprtor eat 1s to |_1es [Pana a pe tin of Ra Ss Se | [re OG Seen iets cine | 1es [Tee aan in ew ae replace clogged parts as necessary. 10.7. O11 in the unit enclosure Possible Cause Remedy 40 - Socket Ts stiTT Tn the hose Yes _[Ranove the socket. fron te ceupting at tne separator [+ coupling {see section 6.0). tank. [ro Safety valve has blown off ves _[ See section 10.6. Lo O11 ts coning out of air filter. ves_[ see section 10.4. oe pe ose coupling on separator tank ves_[rignten coupting or reprice | 1S loose. Ss) iP erective (Gee: section 6.6) 1H iL cooler ieaks. ves__[ Replace off cooter. 10.6 safety-valve blows off Possible Cause ‘system does not discharge at idle. no Renedy YS __| Nake sure ball cock valve in vent ine is open, check the control lines, iniet valve and conbined:control/vent valve. Replace defective parts as needed (See section 11.2 and 11.3). Separating cartridge 1s contaminated. to | ves Check the pressure differen tial across cartridge and re- place cartridge If necessary {see section 6.4). Pressure switch 15 set too nigh. No 1 ves Check pressure switch adjustaent and replace if detective | Hae (See section 5.6). Miniaun pressure check valve does rot open ves Check the valve for blockage | and replace defective parts = as necessary (See'seetion 11.4). vty 41. VALVE SERVICE SUPPLEMENT 11.4. Combing on (Thermostatic) Valve LCopression spring valve body Function To regulate flow of off into of] cooler, thus maintaining proper ol] ten- perature. This valve directs oll Into the cooler, oF by-passes the cooler ‘to send oll directly back to the alrend, as necessary. - a. Cray 41.2 Inlet Valve oases plinder Function To control the flow of air into the airend. There 1s a fole in the valve plate to allow sone Qir'to enter the sirend when the inlet vetve is closes. linis hole is Just Dig endugh to allow adequate idle pressure for proper oli circulation. Compressor Node Valve Condition Full-load Oven Tle/ininaded Start Cloted (but Idle hole open) cutter Closes LON eaSSoty 11.3. Vent valve (Discharge valve) Function To discharge the systen pressure during idle and cut-off. It is necessary to discharge pressure during idle to reduce motor load, thus saving energy.” The System must be discharged when shut off because starting the compressor against pressure will damage the motor. Compressor Mode Valve Condition Full-toaa Closes 131 Open Cuteore Open ‘checking = Close ball cock valve in the discharge tine. = Start unit, allow to idte, and shut aff immediately. = If tte vent valve diaphragm Is defective the inlet valve will operate: Replace the diapnragn If It 1s defective. a4 Cray Cosh 11,4 Minima pressure check valve Oytingee Piston Function 7 = Miniaum Pressure: Alloxs compressor to build up sufficient pressure for adequate ofl efrculation before releasing alr to the recalver, = Gheck Function Prevents backflow of ar through the unit. Compressor Mode Valve Condition Full-toad Open Idle (WE-tive, Closes or released start up tine) cuttort Closed ‘checking = Mintsun Pressure: Start the unit and watch the separator tank pressure and the instrunent anel readings. The separator tank pressure should go to about 60 psi tefore any pressure 1s indicated on the instrument panel. fe sure that the perel 2uge shows no pressure berore attempting this teat. = heck Function: Isolate machine and shut it off at eaxtmun pressure. If the valve is nct ‘operating then the instrunent panel gauge Will show @ rapld loss of pressure: 45 -