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FSA

FSA Fluid Conditioning Skids for EHC


Ideal for maintenance of EHC fire resistant fluids

Prevent contamination related variable


geometry valve failures, extend useful oil life.
Remove & maintain Acid Number to < 0.05
with ICB element technology .
Prevent & remove gels & deposit caused by
other acid removal technologies (ICB
technology removes dissolved metals).
Maintain H2O below 200 ppm with TMRN2
and minimize acid producing hydrolysis
Integrated TMRN2 (Nitrogen generator)
prevents airborne water & metal ion
ingression, and removes combustible
dissolved gasses (prevent micro-dieseling).
Particulate & insoluble gel / sludge removal
with high efficiency on-board filtration.

Fluid Compatibility Fluid Condition Based Solutions


FSA systems are compatible with a range of From a sample of in-service oil and system
specified fire resistant fluids used in EHC details we will help you specify and implement
(Phosphate ester). a fluid contamination solution to achieve reliable
aero-derivative turbine operation. Take
Suitable Operating Temperature Range advantage of over 30 years of aero-derivative
90F/32C (minimum) to 160F/71C (maximum) turbine maintenance experience. We know how.
Operating below minimum can result in reduced
Acid and metal ion removal efficiency
Warning: Do not operate above max temperature
160F/71C. Contact factory to add pre-cooler
before ICB media (operating temp required).

High Contamination Fluid Recovery


For systems with high acid number, excessive
gel / sludge buildup or extremely high water
contact Hy-Pro for rapid fluid recovery solutions.

Specifications
Filter Assemblies: Epoxy coated steel (304 option)
Electrical Motor: 1 HP, TEFC
TMRN2 Air Consumption:

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Table 1 Table 2 Table 3 Table 4

Special
FSA
Fluid
Type
Flow
Rate - Power
Option - Options

Table 1 Table 2 Table 3


Fluid Type Flow Rate gpm (lpm) Power Options
Code Code Code
PE Phosphate Ester 0.5 0.5 gpm (1.87 lpm) Omit (std) 115 VAC, 60Hz, 1P (1750 RPM motor)
BS Biosyn 1 1.0 gpm (3.75 lpm) E1 120 VAC, 50Hz, 1P (1450 motor)

SK Skydrol 2 2 gpm (7.5 lpm) E2 230 VAC, 60Hz, 1P (1750 RPM motor)
call Other (call factory) 4 4 gpm (15 lpm) E3 230 VAC, 50Hz, 1P (1450 RPM motor)

E5 440-480 VAC, 60 Hz, 3P (1750 RPM motor)


Contact Hy-Pro for sizing and
part number selection E6 380-420 VAC, 50Hz, 3P (1450 RPM motor)

Table 4
Special Options
Code
A Air cooled heat exchanger in-line for operating temp > 160F / 71C

Explosion proof electrical Class 1,Div 2, Grp C/D


C1
(contact factory for NEC or ATEX Exp. Proof requirements)

CE CE Mark

S 304 Stainless steel filter vessels

X1 Deselect TMRN2 moisture control and dissolved gas removal (N2 generator)

H High Temp Shut Off

FSA REPLACEMENT ELEMENT & SEAL KIT ORDER GUIDE

High Efficiency
Model ICB Element x (qty) Model Housing Seal Kits
Element x (qty)

FSA**0.5 ICB-600504-A x (1) HP107L18-VTM710-V x (1) FSA**0.5 SKV-FSA0.5 (2 x OVLF)

FSA**1 ICB-600504-A x (2) HP107L18-VTM710-V x (1) FSA**1 SKV-FSA0.5 (2 x OVLF)

SKV-FSJL2
FSA**2 ICB-600524-A x (1) HP107L18-VTM710-V x (1) FSA**2
(1 x OVLF, 1 x OVSVR12)

SKV-FSJL2
FSA**4 ICB-600524-A x (2) HP107L36-VTM710-V x (1) FSA**4
(1 x OVLF, 1 x OVSVR12)

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FSAPE1 (Phosphate Ester) Fluid Conditioning Equipment Replacement Elements

ELEMENT 1 ICB600504-A (NEEDED QUANTITY: 2)

ELEMENT 2 HP107L36-VTM710-V (NEEDED QUANTITY: 1)

Indication for Replacement:

Element 1, ICB element (Acid & Soluble Varnish Removal) should be replaced when any of the
following occur:

TAN (Total Acid Number) has increased over two consecutive sampling periods
TAN is above 0.1 mg KOH/g and has not decreased over two consecutive sample periods
Resistivity decreases over two consecutive sampling periods
Differential Pressure increases by 30 PSID from starting differential pressure of around 20
PSID.

Element 2, particulate element (0.7 micron/insoluble varnish removal), will indicate servicing via
differential pressure gauge on vessel and should be replaced when:

Needle on gauge moves from green to red as the element dirt load increases. HP107 elements
are equipped with internal bypass valve to prevent collapse.

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HP107L36-VTM710-V Element Two (2) ICB600504-A Cartridges


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FSAPE INSTRUCTIONS
HY-PRO FILTRATIO

Initial Inspection
1. Visually inspect entire skid checking for damage from shipment. If your FSA** was ordered with hoses and/or
wands, assure they are with the skid.
2. The skid is shipped with elements installed and vessel lid bolts tightened, however it is recommended that the lids
be opened and elements checked for damage from shipment.
3. Vessel 1 is equipped with ICB element(s), secured with threaded hold down. Be sure the hold down is snug
(hand tight only), and inspect for visual damage.
4. Vessel 2 contains particulate element. The element is secured by spring OR plate with retaining pin. Ensure that
element has not become loosened during shipment and inspect for visual damage.
5. HP106 & 107 series elements are held down with spring. When the cover is off and the spring is not compressed,
the spring should be visible above the housing opening. Place vessel cover on the spring and tighten the eye
bolts. You should feel resistance from the spring as the eye bolts are tightened. Continue tightening the eye bolts
until the cove has sealed on vessel tube. The bolts should be tightened to 32 lbf.ft (43.4 N.m) maximum. Verify
that all bolts are tight.
6. Repeat cover seal procedure for Vessel 1.
7. Verify that all gauges and/ or indicators are secured and have not become damaged from shipment.
8. Verify that the sampling port valves are closed before start-up.

Installation
1.
2. It is recommended the skid be mechanically secured to the work surface. Welding is not suggested in case
removal of skid is necessary.
3. Completely read and understand this instruction manual. Keep for future reference.

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FSAPE FILTER SKID OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

Plumbing Information & Recommendations


1. Always observe local codes.
2.
3. Skid should be placed as close to the reservoir as possible.
4. -

5. The inlet connection of the FSA should be as close to the bottom of the reservoir as possible. Conversely, the outlet of
the FSA should be returned towards the top and opposite of the inlet, below the oil level so not to aerate the reser-

troubleshooting.
6. The use of quality hydraulic hose is recommended for connecting the FSA to the reservoir. Rigid plumbing may be
used if care is taken to prevent pressure loss, including reducing piping lengths and hard elbows.
7.

installations and pressure loss calculations.


8.
pressure loss.
9.
10. Some models are equipped with ball valves installed on drain ports for maintenance. It is strongly recommended that
at least 1 ball valve be installed on drain port, prior to start up, for future element service.
11.

Electrical Connections
1. -
cable codes.
2.
overload protection. Some models are equipped with control panels to control and protect various options. An electri-

3.

4.
is critical on models with a control panel.
5.
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sure. This will assure long life of all internal electronics.
6. Refer to motor nameplate and/or electrical schematic for input voltage and amp rating.
7. Refer to page 9 for motor maintenance instructions.

Starting Procedure
1. Verify that all plumbing connections are tight and secure.
2. Verify all eye bolts on BOTH vessels are tight. The bolts should be tightened to 32 Ft. lbs. maximum.
3. Verify all oil sample port valves are closed.
4.
5.
6. Verify proper rotation of motor/ pump see electrical connections.
7.

8.
9.
10. FSA will require several air bleeds upon initial start up. This is especially true for the ICB, vessel 1.
FSAPE FILTER SKID OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

Filter Element Service Instructions


1. Indication:
Element 1, ICB element, does not indicate servicing by gauge, but rather only by the acid

indication that the ICB element is spent and needs to be changed.


Element 2, particulate element, will indicate servicing via differential pressure gauge on ves-
sel. As element dirt load increases, needle on gauge will move from green to red. HP106 &
107 elements are equipped with internal bypass valve to prevent collapse. Element should
be changed when differential pressure gauge moves from green to red.
Electrical Indication- some models may be equipped with electrical differential pressure indi-
cation. This can include illuminated lights and/ or customer inputs.
2.
source.
3.

from a reservoir.
4. Drain vessels using the provided drain ports. Open the air bleed ports on vessel lids to allow oil

air bleed port to avoid spills.


5.
6.
7. Inspect the element to verify that the air in the vessel has been allowed to bleed by the previous
operator. If air has not been bled, a portion of the element may remain dry.
8. Remove hold down mechanism. (HP105 & 8314 series elements use a captive plate and retaining
pin; HP106 & 107 series are held in place with spring.) The ICB element is held down by threaded
plate. KEEP these components as they are critical for proper element performance.
9. Remove spent element. The element support post will remain in the housing. Do not try to re-
move it.
10.
11. Install new element with handle side up. Handle new elements with care
***NOTE*** Handle ICB elements with extreme care. DO NOT DROP!!
12. Reinstall appropriate hold down mechanism. ICB threaded hold downs should be hand tight only.
13. Close vessel lid(s) and tighten eye bolts in a torque pattern. Tighten to 32 Ft. lbs. (43 N.m)
maximum.

Operation Notes
1. Proper operating temperature of 90 to 160 F (32 to 70 C) must be maintained. Continued operation outside of

2. If equipped with Automatic High Temperature Shutoff, the FSA will stop running when a temperature of 160F (71C)

an adjustable temperature sensor in the control panel will send power to shunt trip device. The shunt trip will me-

release until temperature has dropped below the set value (160 F, 70 C)

position.
3. Normal operating pressure should read between 20-35 psi, (1.4 2.4 bar)
4. Check the differential pressure gauge on the particulate vessel, vessel 2 in series. The gauge may or may not show a

still in red, element needs to be changed.


Filter assembly cover and eye

On / Off switch

Filter assembly air bleed port

Pressure
gauge

Sample port
System outlet
System inlet

Wire mesh suction strainer


Sample port

Temperature
gauge Sample port

P gauge
FSAPE FILTER SKID SPARE PARTS LIST

Part Number Description

HP106, HP107 Element hold down spring


HP105, HP8314 Element hold down plate with snap ring

0-250F Temperature gauge


22 psid trip visual differential pressure gauge + electric alarm
22 psid trip visual differential pressure gauge
45 psid trip visual differential pressure gauge + electric alarm
45 psid trip visual differential pressure gauge
65 psid trip visual differential pressure gauge + electric alarm
65 psid trip visual differential pressure gauge
Filter housing lid seal VITON

Filter housing cover


Filter housing cover bolts
Filter housing cover eye nuts

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR OPERATING CONDITIONS

Recommended Viscosity Range

Operating outside recommended viscosity range may cause unreliable performance. New oil stored in cold temperatures should
be allowed to warm up before conditioning, and the unit should not be stored cold before use to avoid start up problems from cold

There should be no more than 6 psi (12.2Hg) pressure loss from reservoir to inlet.

PROPER OIL SAMPLING TIPS

On-line sampling is more reliable than bottle sampling and reduces the effect of background
contamination. If you cannot use on-line counting, follow your bottle sample collection
procedure. Be aware that sampling ports can be hiding places for contaminant and proper

1. While the machine is running, open the sample port and allow it to run into a container or
discharge hose for several minutes in an effort to purge built up contaminants.
2.
3. Close the bottle and shake vigorously.
4. Repeat this process 2~3 times.
5.
6. Bottle sampling can produce results that are 1~3 codes higher than direct
on-line oil sampling.

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REVISION HISTORY
REV DESCRIPTION DATE APPROVED
G INITIAL DESIGN 09/06/11 TI
H EDITED NOTES 11/22/11 TI GRND
D GRND L3 D

L1 L2

L2 (NEUTRAL) L1

C C

SINGLE PHASE

JUMPER
B B

NOTES:

TO LOAD - TO ACCESS INTERNAL WIRING COMPONENTS, REMOVE BOTH TOP AND


BOTTOM SCREWS SET INTO FRONT CASE. NEXT, PULL FRONT CASE TO LOAD
DIRECTLY FORWARD FROM THE BASE.
LEGEND:
- REFER TO MOTOR DATAPLATE FOR VOLTAGE AND AMP RATING THREE PHASE
SPECIFICATIONS
FIELD WIRING
DRAWN PART NO
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FACTORY INSTALLED FILTRATION www.filterelement.com TI 9/6/2011
THIS DRAWING IS THE EXCLUSIVE PROPERTY OF HY-PRO FILTRATION AND SIEMENS WIRING DIAGRAM
MUST NOT BE USED FOR ANY PURPOSE WHATSOEVER WITHOUT THE
EXPRESS PERMISSION OF THE COMPANY.
TOLERANCES UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED (IN) DRAWING NO
SIZE REV
ALL DIMENSIONS IN INCHES
"L" ON/OFF LIGHT (120 VAC ONLY) 0.005" ON THREE PLACE DECIMAL < : 1 D 11J-013 H
(METRIC IN BRACKETS) 0.010" ON TWO PLACE DECIMAL : .005" TIR
0.020" ON ONE PLACE DECIMAL : .005" TIR SCALE 1:1 SHEET 1 OF 1
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TMR / Water Removal System
Installation and Service

For machine specifications and consultation on proper installation:


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TMR / Water Removal System Operators Manual
Table of contents

1.0 General Information


1.1 Introductory Information
1.2 Fluid Compatibility
2.0 Installation
3.0 Standard Operation
3.1 Air Source
3.2 Expected Performance
4.0 Trouble Shooting
5.0 Maintenance
5.1 Maintenance Schedule
5.2 Filter Replacement Procedure
6.0 Replacement Parts

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Air Pressure Gauge

TMR Membrane

Air Inlet Connection

Air Dryer Housing


Air Pressure Regulator

Pre-Filter Housing
Mounting Plate Drilled
for Horizontal or
Vertical Surface

Air Outlet Connection

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1.0 General Information
1.1 Introductory Information
The Total Moisture Removal / Water Removal System prevents water contamination in
process fluids by drying the headspace air in fluid reservoirs. The TMR system can
maintain low moisture levels, below 400ppm, with no moving parts or vacuum pump,
making the system very reliable and cost effective when compared to other water
removal systems. A high-efficiency pre-filter is installed on each TMR system to protect
the working membrane from contamination and damage, and allows for air pressure
adjustment to maintain optimum working conditions.

1.2 Fluid Compatibility


The TMR / Water Removal System is manufactured with Viton seals, and compatible
with any fluid also compatible with Viton seals. The TMR system can be special-
ordered with EPR seals in certain cases. Contact your Hy-Pro representative with
questions about other fluid compatibility, or special-ordering and pricing for EPR seals.

2.0 Installation
The base of the TMR system frame has pre-drilled holes that allow for attachment to
either a horizontal or vertical mounting surface.

The ideal location for the TMR system would enable the discharge gas from the TMR
unit to return to the reservoir opposite of the breather element. The return line must be
placed above the fluid level and this would most likely be achieved by making the
connection on the reservoir lid.

Both the inlet and outlet ports on the TMR unit have 1/4in. NPT fittings for connection to
an external air supply. It is recommended that an isolation valve be installed in the air
supply line for use during repair or maintenance. It is important to verify that the tubing
used for the connections to the TMR unit can withstand the recommended 80psi (5.52
Bar) operating pressure, and that all fittings are chosen to handle 80psi as well.

Once these connections have been made, the unit is ready for operation.

3.0 Standard Operation


3.1 Air Source
The TMR system has been designed to operate with air meeting the ISO 8573-1 Class
3 standard for compressed air, which entails: dew point -4 F (-20 C), oil at 1ppm, and
5 particulate filtration. If the air being processed is at or near this target, the TMR
should yield air with a dew point of -40 F (-40 C). ISO 8573-1 Class 2 compressed air
is not normally required, however, if Class 2 instrument-quality air is used then the TMR
unit could reduce the dew point to -100 F (-73 C).

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3.1 Expected Performance
The TMR system is capable of removing 16 32 ounces (473 946 ml) of water per
day until the water levels in the system have been reduced below 400ppm. In some
cases results have been achieved in which water levels in the system are below
100ppm, but this depends on the quality of the inlet air.

If the results measured do not yield less than 400ppm of water, verify that there is no
vacuum extract fan operating on the system, and verify that the air source meets the
standards listed in 3.1.

The housing on the bottom of the air pressure regulator can be adjusted to change the
working pressure of the TMR unit, though it is suggested that the TMR unit only be
operated with 80psi of pressure. The regulator comes set at 80psi. Excessive air flow
exiting the vents on the air dryer can be an indicator that air pressure inside the TMR
unit is too high, and may require an adjustment of the regulator or a replacement of the
air dryer.

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4.0 Troubleshooting

Problem Cause Solution


TMR unit not decreasing water 1. Dryer Membrane 1. Contact Hy-Pro
contamination fouled/damaged representative for
2. TMR unit not open to replacement Dryer
process fluid element. Ensure that air
3. Vacuum extract fan pressure did not exceed
operating on system 80psi, and check if
4. Sub-standard air source excessive air flow is
noticed from the vents of
the dryer. Check status
of pre-filter and replace
as necessary
2. Ensure isolation valve (if
installed) is open, and
that lines to and from
TMR unit are
unobstructed.
3. Turn off vacuum extract
fan.
4. Locate a suitable air
source, keeping in mind
the specifications in 3.1
of this manual.
TMR operating, but not achieving 1. Dryer Membrane 1. Contact Hy-Pro
<400ppm water levels fouled/damaged representative for
2. Vacuum extract fan replacement Dryer
operating element. Ensure that air
pressure did not exceed
80psi, and check if
excessive air flow is
noticed from the vents of
the dryer. Check status
of pre-filter and replace
as necessary.
2. Turn off vacuum extract
fan

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5.0 Maintenance Procedures

The following procedure should be followed when replacing the pre-filter:

Shut-off compressed air going to TMR unit.


Close the inlet isolation valve to allow residual pressure to disperse.
To open housing, pull down on the black tab and rotate the bowl counter clockwise.
Remove element by unthreading counter clockwise
Check O-ring seal on housing and remove any debris from the threads.
Re-attach housing bowl.
Check that all drains and vents are closed.
Open inlet valve and slowly increase air pressure.
Check for any leakage and return to full operating pressure.

6.0 Replacement Parts

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Part Number Description

TMR-RFK1 Replacement Inlet Filter Replacement Kit

Includes 1 X Particle/Water Coalesce Element and


1 X Oil Coalesce Element

Replace Annually

TMR-601740 Replacement TMR Membrane

Replace when water is not decreasing and/or not achieving


less than 500 PPM levels
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