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Operating and Service Manual For Mongoose PT Shaker Per Assemblies P. O. Box 42842 Houston,

Operating and Service Manual

For

Mongoose PT Shaker

Per Assemblies

P. O. Box 42842 Houston, TX 77242-2842

9671740-01

9671740-02

9671740-03

9671740-04

9671740-05

9671740-06

9671740-07

9671740-08

Global Sales/Technical Support Tel: 281-988-1866 Fax: 281-988-1889 Watts: 1-800-654-0660

Manual Part #: 90-90-767 (Rev. H)

DISCLAIMER

Recommendations made by MI Swaco are advisory only. MI Swaco shall not be liable under any guarantees or warranties, expressed or implied, in any manner or form, AND ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, ARE HEREBY SPECIFICALLY EXCLUDED, and MI Swaco shall not be liable for the failure to obtain any particular results from the use of any recommendation made by it or from the use of this material. In no event shall MI Swaco be liable for incidental or consequential damages.

© Copyright 2005 MI-Swaco

Publication date: February 2005

All other products, brands, or trade names used in this publication are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

All rights reserved. This publication is the property of, and contains information proprietary to MI-Swaco. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or by any means, including electronic, mechanical, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of MI- Swaco.

Information contained within this publication is subject to change without notice.

Table of Contents

 

Page

Section 1:

Introduction

 

1

1.1:

Symbols

1

1.2:

PPE's (Personal Protective Equipment)

2

Section 2:

Purpose

 

2

Section 3:

Description

2-3

3.1:

Specifications

4

 

3.1.1:

Two (2) Vibrator Motor Version 9671740-01, -05

4

3.1.2:

Three (3) Vibrator Motor Version 9671740-02

4

3.1.3:

Two (2) Vibrator Motor Version 9671740-03, -07

5

3.1.4:

Three (3) Vibrator Motor Version 9671740-04

5

 

3.2:

Mongoose PT Installation Drawings

6

 

Figure 1:

Side Detail View 2 Motor Version

6

Figure 2:

Top Detail View 2 Motor Version

6

Figure 3:

Side Detail View 3 Motor Version

7

Figure 4:

Top Detail View 3 Motor Version

7

Figure 5:

Side Detail View 2 Motor w/ Bypass

8

Figure 6:

Top Detail View 2 Motor w/ Bypass

8

 

3.3:

Mongoose PT Installation

9

 

Figure 7: Typical Mongoose PT Installation Detail

9

 

3.4:

Bypass Installation and Parts List

10

 

Figure 8:

Swaco Bypass Manifold P/N#: (9671734)

10

Figure 9:

Typical Bypass Installation Detail

10

Figure 9a:

Bypass Part List

11

 

3.5:

Typical Trough and Shale Slide Installation

11

3.6:

Shipping Brackets

12

 

Figure 10:

Shipping Bracket Locations

12

Figure 11:

Feed End Shipping Bracket Detail

13

Figure 12:

Discharge End Shipping Bracket Detail

13

 

Page

 

3.7:

Power Requirements and Supply

 

14

3.8:

Counter Weight Adjustment

15-16

 

Figure 13:

Counter Weight Parts Identification

16

Figure 14:

Counter Weight Adjustment Detail

16

Figure 15:

Counter Weight Correct Adjustment Detail

16

Figure 16:

Vib. Motor Torque Requirements

17

 

3.9:

Motor Vibrator Bolt Torque Requirements

17

Section 4:

Operation

 

17

4.1:

Starting / Stopping the Shaker

 

17

 

Figure 17:

Starter Box Switches and

 

Buttons (2 Vib. Motors)

18

 

Figure 18:

Electrical Schematic (2 Vib. Motors)

18

Figure 19:

Starter Box Switches

 

and Buttons (3 Vib. Motors)

19

 

Figure 20:

Electrical Schematic (3 Vib. Motors), 460V

19

 

4.2:

Screen Selection Table

 

20

 

Figure 21:

Screen Selection Table

20

 

4.3:

Variable Deck Angle

 

21

 

Figure 22:

Deck Angle Adjustment

21

Section 5:

Maintenance

22

5.1:

General Maintenance

 

22

5.2:

Electrical System Maintenance

22

 

Figure 23:

Vib. Motor Starter Box

Figure 24:

Parts List (3 Vib. Motors), 460V Vib. Motor Starter Box External

22

 

Detail (3 Vib. Motors)

, 460V

23

 

Figure 25:

Vib. Motor Starter Box Internal

 

Detail (3 Vib Motors), 460V

23

 

Figure 23a:

Vib Motor Starter Box

 

Parts List (3 Vib. Motor), 380V

24

 

Figure 24a:

Vib. Motor Starter Box External and Internal

 

Detail (3 Vib. Motors), 380V

24

 

Figure 26:

Vib. Motor Starter Box External

 

Detail (2 Vib Motors)

25

 

Figure 27:

Vib. Motor Starter Box Internal

 

Detail (2 Vib Motors)

25

 

Figure 28:

Vib. Motor Starter Box

 

Parts List (2 Vib. Motors)

25

 

5.3:

Screen Installation and Removal

26

5.4:

Screen Gasket Replacement

27

5.5:

Vibrator Motor Maintenance

27

5.6:

Vibrator Motor Bolts / Torque Requirements

28

 

Page

Section 6:

Troubleshooting

 

29

Section 7:

Drawings and Parts List for Mongoose PT Assemblies

30

 

Figure 29:

Mongoose Assembly Side Detail

30

Figure 30:

Parts List for Assemblies

30

Table 1:

Parts List for Mongoose Configurations

30

 

7.1:

Control Assembly Kit (9670746 and 9671746-01)

31

 

Figure 31:

Control Assembly Kit (9671693 and 9671693-01)

31

Figure 32:

Parts List for (9671693 and 9671693-01)

31

Cable Routing View

32

 

7.2:

Control Assembly Kit (9670688)

33

 

Figure 33:

Control Assembly Kit (9671688)

33

Figure 34:

Parts List for (9671688)

33

Cable Routing View

34

Section 8:

Drawings and Parts List for Mongoose PT Assembly 9671735

35

 

Figure 35:

Parts List for 9671735

36

Section 9:

Drawings and Parts List for Mongoose PT Assembly 9671738

37

 

Figure 36:

Parts List for 9671738

38

Section 10:

Recommended Spare Parts

39-42

Appendix

43

A.:

Martin Motor Operation and Maintenance Manual

44

Section 1:

Introduction

This manual contains installation, operation, and maintenance instructions for the Mongoose PT Shaker built by M-I Swaco.

PT = Pre-Tensioned flat screen panels

A primary goal of effective solids control is to remove as many drill solids as possible. The Mongoose Shaker design provides this preferred mud processing capability. The unique balanced elliptical motion (3 vibrator motor version) along with a linear motion (2 motor version) together with four pretensioned flat screens permit increased solids dryness and more even distribution of the mud on the screens and therefore more volume capacity per foot of screen area compared to conventional hook strip screen shakers. Screens are available in a wide variety of meshes in square, oblong, and triple layered bonded.

1.1:

Symbols

Symbols in the operating manual which concern operating safety are emphasized as follows:

which concern operating safety are emphasized as follows: This symbol draws attention to the safety measures

This symbol draws attention to the safety measures which must be observed to prevent personal injury.

ATTENTION!

This symbol draw attention to the safety measures which must be observed to prevent damage to the equipment.

NOTE:

This symbol draws attention to general operating notes which should be especially observed.

The symbols shown on the packing should be noted. Their significance is as follows:

should be especially observed. The symbols shown on the packing should be noted. Their significance is

1.2:

PPE's (Personal Protective Equipment)

PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) must be worn by all personnel working on or around the Mongoose PT Shale Shaker. Below is a list of what should be worn by personnel unless Local or National codes require different PPE's to be worn.

1. Approved Hard Hat

2. Approved Safety Glass w/ Shields or a Face mask

3. Approved Gloves

4. Approved Safety Shoes

5. Approved outer garments

Check with Local or National Codes for additional requirements

Section 2:

Purpose

The Mongoose PT Shaker permits a high flow rate with maximum solids discharge during the first stage of cuttings removal. A higher flow rate speeds drilling and proper use of the Mongoose PT Shaker reduces mud costs and decreases pump maintenance.

Section 3:

Description

The MI Swaco Mongoose PT Shaker was especially designed for use in the drilling industry. The Mongoose PT Shaker is a fine screen vibrating shale shaker with four sections of screens in series. The deck angle is adjustable up 3° (degrees) or down 3° (degrees). This allows flexible control of the cuttings retention for a maximum separation of liquids and solids.

The Mongoose PT Shaker has a new Flow Diverter System to enhance the solids separation performance. The screening operation is improved when the forward momentum or kinetic energy of the drilling fluid is reduced and applied to the beginning of the feed screen.

The standard method for introducing drilling fluid onto a shaker screen in to use a possum belly or tank. The fluid fill the possum belly from the bottom until it flows over a weir. The weir is located such that the fluid falls on the beginning section of the feed screen.

The new Flow Diverter System is mounted above the screen deck. The fluid is redirected from the flow line through the diverter box into a half pipe that is welded to the back of the screen deck. The flow enters the half pipe at the bottom and spins up and back through the fluid stream. The fluids collide reducing the momentum of the fluid as it enters the beginning of the feed screen.

Since the diverter box is mounted above the screen deck, no trap exists to collect solids. As the fluid passes through the diverter box it sweeps the box clean.

The skid serves as a collecting area for the drilling mud after it passes through the screen. A trough may be placed on either or both sides of the skid to direct the flow into the mud tank.

The shaker is equipped with two (2) or three (3) explosion proof vibrator motors. The unique mounting of these vibrator motors produce a balanced elliptical deck motion for a three (3) motor version and a linear motion for the two (2) motor version. With the three motor version, the motion is a unidirectional balanced ellipse slowing down the solids conveyance resulting in much drier discharge. The three motor version provides a true linear motion when the third motor is shut off. This should only be used when high solids loading on the screens is experienced. With the third motor off, the G-force on the shaker will be increased by 20%. The increased force and linear motion will result in shorter screen life if used continuously. When all three motors are operation, the motion is a true balanced elliptical motion providing increased screen life, dryer solids thus translating into savings in drilling mud consumption. When a simple conventional linear motion shaker is desired, the two motor version with can be used with simplified controls.

3.1:

Specifications

3.1.1:

Two (2) Vibrator Motor 9671740-01, -05

Length: 116.88 inches [2969 mm] Width: 63.00 inches [1600 mm]

Height:

Weight: 3600 lbs. [1632 Kg.] Approximate Control Panel Primary Voltage Input: 460V, 60 Hz (9671740-01)

Control Panel Primary Voltage Input: 400V, 50 Hz (9671740-05) Vibrator Motor: (2) 60 Hz., 3 Phase, 1800 RPM, 2 Hp (9671740-01) OR (2) 50 Hz., 3 Phase, 1500 RPM, 1.75 Hp (9671740-05) Motor Current @: 60 Hz = 5.8/2.9 Amps Motor Current @: 50 Hz = 5.4/3.1 Amps

Motor Voltage:

OR 220-240/380-415 Volts, 50 Hz. --- (9671740-05) Maximum Linear G Force: 6 G's Maximum Estimated Flow Rate: 600 gpm Inlet Size: 10 inch diameter Nominal Screen Size and Number: 4 x 23 inches x 46 inches

220-240/440-480 Volts, 60 Hz. --- (9671740-01)

55.57 inches [1411 mm] Approximate

3.1.2: Three (3) Vibrator Motor 9671740-02, -06

Length: 116.88 inches [2969 mm] Width: 63.00 inches [1600 mm]

Height:

Weight: 3800 lbs. [1723 Kg.] Approximate

Control Panel Primary Voltage Input: 460V, 60 Hz (9671740-02) Control Panel Primary Voltage Input: 380V, 50 Hz (9671740-06) Vibrator Motor: (2) 60 Hz., 3 Phase, 1800 RPM, 2 Hp (9671740-02) (1) 60 Hz, 3 Phase, 1800 RPM, 0.60 Hp OR (2) 50 Hz, 3 Phase, 1500 RPM, 1.75 Hp (9671740-06) (1) 50 Hz, 3 Phase, 1500 RPM. 0.60 Hp Motor Current @: 60 Hz = 5.8/2.9 Amps Motor Current @: 50 Hz = 5.4/3.1 Amps

Motor Voltage:

OR 220-240/380-415 Volts, 50 Hz. --- (9671740-06) Maximum Elliptical G Force: 5 G's Maximum Linear G Force: 6 G’s Maximum Estimated Flow Rate: 600 gpm Inlet Size: 10 inch diameter Nominal Screen Size and Number: 4 x 23 inches x 46 inches

55.57 inches [1411 mm] Approximate

220-240/440-480 Volts, 60 Hz. --- (9671740-02)

3.1.3:

Two (2) Vibrator Motor 9671740-03,-07

Length: 134.14 inches [3406 mm] Width: 63.00 inches [1600 mm]

Height:

Weight: 3800 lbs. [1723 Kg.] Approximate Control Panel Primary Voltage Input: 460V, 60 Hz (9671740-03) Control Panel Primary Voltage Input: 400V, 50 Hz (9671740-07)

Vibrator Motor: (2) 60 Hz., 3 Phase, 1800 RPM, 2 Hp (9671740-03) OR (2) 50 Hz., 3 Phase, 1500 RPM, 1.75 Hp (9671740-07) Motor Current @: 60 Hz = 5.8/2.9 Amps Motor Current @: 50 Hz = 5.4/3.1 Amps

Motor Voltage:

OR 220-240/380-415 Volts, 50 Hz. --- (9671740-07) Maximum Linear G Force: 6 G's Maximum Estimated Flow Rate: 600 gpm Inlet Size: 10 inch diameter Nominal Screen Size and Number: 4 x 23 inches x 46 inches

220-240/440-480 Volts, 60 Hz. --- (9671740-03)

55.57 inches [1411 mm] Approximate

3.1.4: Three (3) Vibrator Motor 9671740-04,-08

Length: 134.14 inches [3406 mm] Width: 63.00 inches [1600 mm]

Height:

Weight: 4000 lbs. [1814 Kg.] Approximate Control Panel Primary Voltage Input: 460V, 60 Hz (9671740-04) Control Panel Primary Voltage Input: 380V, 50 Hz (9671740-08) Vibrator Motor: (2) 60 Hz, 3 Phase, 1800 RPM, 2 Hp (9671740-04) (1) 60 Hz, 3 Phase, 1800 RPM, 0.60 Hp OR (2) 50 Hz, 3 Phase, 1500 RPM, 1.75 Hp (9671740-08) (1) 50 Hz, 3 Phase, 1500 RPM, 0.60 Hp

Motor Current @: 60 Hz = 5.8/2.9 Amps Motor Current @: 50 Hz = 5.4/3.1 Amps

Motor Voltage:

OR 220-240/380-415 Volts, 50 Hz. --- (9671740-05) Maximum Elliptical G Force: 5 G's Maximum Elliptical G Force: 6 G’s Maximum Estimated Flow Rate: 600 gpm Inlet Size: 10 inch diameter Nominal Screen Size and Number: 4 x 23 inches x 46 inches

55.57 inches [1411 mm] Approximate

220-240/440-480 Volts, 60 Hz. --- (9671740-08)

3.2:

Mongoose PT Installation Drawings

UNIT NAMEPLATE CONTROL PANEL (ELECTRICAL CONNECTION) ATEX / CE NAMEPLATE APPROVE LIFTING POINTS 55.57 1412
UNIT
NAMEPLATE
CONTROL PANEL
(ELECTRICAL CONNECTION)
ATEX / CE
NAMEPLATE
APPROVE
LIFTING POINTS
55.57
1412
APPROX.
44.86
49.20
(1250) @ +3O
1139
47.27
APPROXIMATE
@ 0O
APPROXIMATE
1201
29.00
44.60
(1133) @ -3O
737
WIER HEIGHT 30.00
21.79
762
553
11.50
INLET C/L
APPROX. C.G.
292
BYPASS C/L
2.00
O
51
62.38
EARTH
(TYP.)
1584
GROUNDING
APPROX. C.G.
LOCATION
MUD OUTLET
(BOTH SIDES)
BOTH SIDES
32.06
22.44
814
570
96.63
2454
107.35
2727
116.88
2969

Figure 1: Side Detail View 2 Motor Version Note: Control Panel depicted may not be same as supplied

MOTOR 2 Hp, 230/460 VOLT 60 Hz, 3 PHASE, 1800 RPM EXPLOSION PROOF OR MOTOR
MOTOR 2 Hp, 230/460 VOLT
60 Hz, 3 PHASE, 1800 RPM
EXPLOSION PROOF
OR
MOTOR 2 Hp, 380/415 VOLT
INSPECTION
50 Hz, 3 PHASE, 1500 RPM
COVERS
EXPLOSION PROOF
31.50
800
10" [254]
BOLT FLANGE
CONNECTION
63.00
1600
31.19
31.50
792
800
APPROX. C.G.

Figure 2: Top Detail View 2 Motors Version

MOTOR 2 Hp, 230/460 VOLT MOTOR 0.60 Hp, 230/460 VOLT 60 Hz, 3 PHASE, 1800
MOTOR 2 Hp, 230/460 VOLT
MOTOR 0.60 Hp, 230/460 VOLT
60 Hz, 3 PHASE, 1800 RPM
60 Hz, 3 PHASE, 1800 RPM
EXPLOSION PROOF
OR
MOTOR 1.75 Hp, 380/415 VOLT
EXPLOSION PROOF
OR
MOTOR 0.60 Hp, 380/415 VOLT
50 Hz, 3 PHASE, 1500
50 Hz, 3 PHASE, 1500
Figure 3: Side Detail View 3 Motor Version
Note: Control Panel depicted may not be same as supplied
Note: Control Panel depicted may not be same as supplied Figure 4: Top Detail View 3

Figure 4: Top Detail View 3 Motor Version

Note: Unit dimensional callouts are same as depicted on Figures 1 and 2 on page 6

MOTOR 2 Hp, 230/460 VOLT 60 Hz, 3 PHASE, 1800 RPM EXPLOSION PROOF OR MOTOR
MOTOR 2 Hp, 230/460 VOLT
60 Hz, 3 PHASE, 1800 RPM
EXPLOSION PROOF
OR
MOTOR 1.75 Hp, 380/415 VOLT
50
Hz, 3 PHASE, 1500
21.00
533
APPROX. C.G.
72.81
1849
APPROX. C.G.
134.12
3407
Figure 5: Side Detail View 2 Motor Version w/ Bypass

Note: All dimensional callouts will be same as Figure 1 and 2, except for what is shown Note: For 9671-740-02, -04, -06, -08 an addition of a (3) motor is present. See Figure 3 and

4 for pictorial representation. 31.19 792 APPROX. C.G.
4 for pictorial representation.
31.19
792
APPROX. C.G.

Figure 6: Top Detail View 2 Motor Version w/ Bypass

Note: All dimensional callouts will be same as Figure 1 and 2, except for what is shown

Note: For 9671-740-02, -04, -06, -08 an addition of a (3) motor is present. See Figure 3 and

4 for pictorial representation.

3.3:

Mongoose PT Installation

The shaker is normally mounted over the first compartment in the shale pit. It can
The shaker is normally mounted over the first compartment in the shale pit. It can be
either welded or bolted to the tank. Either way, it should be mounted as level as possible
or the shaker will not operate properly.
Remove
Discharge Gate
Typical Trough
Installation
Typical Shale Slide
Installation
Trough Installation Typical Shale Slide Installation Figure 7: Typical Mongoose PT Installation Details Note:

Figure 7: Typical Mongoose PT Installation Details Note: Unit may not be same as shown above

3.4:

Bypass Installation

Connect the optional bypass manifold (MI SWACO Part Number 9671734) as shown, see Figure 8, see Figure 9 for typical installation. See Figure 9a for Bypass Manifold Parts List.

1 5 4 3 2 11 10 9 8 7 6 Figure 8: M-I Swaco
1
5
4
3
2
11
10
9
8
7
6
Figure 8: M-I Swaco Bypass Manifold
OPTIONAL BYPASS MANIFOLD Optional Bypass Manifold for Versions FOR VERSIONS 9671740-03, -07 (2 Motor Version)
OPTIONAL BYPASS MANIFOLD
Optional Bypass Manifold for Versions
FOR VERSIONS
9671740-03, -07 (2 Motor Version)
9671600-01 (2 MOTOR VERSION)
9671740-04 (3 Motor Version)
9671600-02 (3 MOTOR VERSION)

Figure 9: Typical Bypass Installation Detail Note: Unit may not be same depicted in Figure 9

Item No.

Qty.

Description

Part Number

1

1

Manifold Weldment

9671694

2

1

Valve Butrfly 10" Wafer Body w/ Handle

5644042

3

12

HHCS M24-3.0 x 180 mm Lg. Yellow Chromate, Grd. 8.8

1493002

4

48

Washer Flat M24

05-308

5

24

Washer Lock M24

05-309

6

12

HHCS M24 x 110 mm Lg. Yellow Chromate, Grd 8.8

5644042

7

24

Hex Nut M24

03-412

8

1

Gasket, Ring

3916067

Figure 9a: Bypass Manifold Parts List

3.5:

Typical Trough and Shale Slide Installation

Place a trough at the desired fluid discharge on the skid and place a gate in the unused outlet. It may be necessary for a welder to add an extension to the trough for the fluid to flow from the discharge to the tank. (See Figure 7)

It is desirable to allow the cuttings to drop directly off the end of the screen, but if this is not possible it will be necessary to connect a shale slide from the end of the shaker skid to the shale sump. To aid the flow of the cuttings to the shale sump, the slope of the slide should be as steep as possible. (See Figure 7)

It may be necessary to place a water spray on the shale slide to wash the cuttings to the shale sump.

on the shale slide to wash the cuttings to the shale sump. ATTENTION! DO NOT ADD

ATTENTION! DO NOT ADD SHALE SLIDE TO THE SHAKER BASKET. ATTACH ONLY TO THE SKID.

3.6:

Shipping Brackets

ATTENTION! FAILURE TO REMOVE ALL FOUR (4) SHIPPING BRACKETS WILL CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE SHAKER AND POSSIBLY CAUSE PERSONAL INJURY.

1. Release all four brackets by loosening and remove the mounting bolts, see Figures 11 and 12. Place mounting bolts and hardware in a safe place for reuse.

2. Loosen and rotate each shipping bracket so that it clears the shaker basket during operation.

3. Tighten shipping bracket bolts on skid to hold them in place.

See Figure 10, Figure 11 and Figure 12.

ATTENTION! RE-SECURE THE SHIPPING BRACKETS BEFORE RIG DOWN OR SHIPPING.

Feed End Feed End Shipping Shipping Brackets (See Figure 13) Brackets (See Figure 11 Discharge
Feed End
Feed End
Shipping
Shipping Brackets
(See Figure 13)
Brackets
(See Figure 11
Discharge End
Discharge end
Shipping Brackets
Shipping
(See Figure 14)
Brackets
(See Figure 12

Figure 10: Shipping Bracket Locations Note: Unit may not be the same as shown above,

MOUNTING BOLT SHIPPING BRACKET
MOUNTING
BOLT
SHIPPING
BRACKET

Figure 11: Feed End Shipping Bracket Detail

BRACKET Figure 11: Feed End Shipping Bracket Detail MOUNTING BOLT SHIPPING BRACKET Figure 12: Discharge End
MOUNTING BOLT SHIPPING BRACKET Figure 12: Discharge End Shipping Bracket Detail
MOUNTING
BOLT
SHIPPING
BRACKET
Figure 12: Discharge End Shipping Bracket Detail

3.7:

Power Requirements And Supply

The standard M-I Swaco Mongoose PT Shaker is 230/460 volt, 60 Hz for two (2) vibrator motors. Other voltages and frequencies are available. Total current draw is 11.6 amps at 230 volts 60 Hz., 5.9 amps at 460 volts 60 Hz. The 3 motor version has a current draw of 12.4 amps at 230 volts and 6.2 amps at 460 volts.

ATTENTION! BEFORE MAKING ANY ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS, MAKE SURE THE POWER SOURCE IS DISCONNECTED AND THE SHAKER CONTROL PANEL IS IN THE OFF POSITION.

The Mongoose PT Shaker comes equipped with an electrical control panel. It is essential that the cover be properly tightened at all times with all the bolts. This prevents liquids from entering the panel and corroding internal components, and maintains the integrity of the hazardous location rating. The cover should be inspected for damage and loose or missing bolts at every screen change.

ATTENTION! IN ORDER TO OBTAIN THE CORRECT MOTION, THE VIBRATOR MOTORS MUST ROTATE IN THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION AND IN THE CORRECT DIRECTION. THEY HAVE BEEN WIRED AT THE FACTORY FOR CORRECT ROTATION.

Remove the counter weight covers while the vibrator motors are stopped. With the covers removed, pulse-start the vibrator motors to verify correct rotation. Use extreme caution during this procedure, so that the counter weights do not cause personal injury. The two main motors on the 2 motor and the 3 motor version must counter rotate and the third motor must rotate clockwise when viewed from the side of the shaker with the discharge end pointing to the left.

If rotation problems are observed, switching any two of the three leads to a motor will reverse the motor rotation.

3.8:

Counterweight Adjustment

Verify that the shaker is wired for the proper voltage and the electrical cable from the power source is connected to the vibrator motor control panel switch box on the shaker. Before running, set the weights to the desired setting as outlined below.

WARNING! BEFORE ADJUSTING ECCENTRIC WEIGHTS, TURN OFF AND LOCK OUT/TAG OUT ENERGY SOURCE TO VIBRATOR MOTORS.

1. Turn off and lock out/tag out energy source to vibrator according to ANSI standards.

2. Remove end cap.

3. Loosen screw (A), (See Figure 13) so adjustable weight (B) (See Figure 13) will rotate around shaft (C).

NOTE! THE FIXED WEIGHT IS ATTACHED TO THE SHAFT. THE ADJUSTABLE WEIGHT ROTATES AROUND THE SHAFT. THE WEIGHT ADJUSTMENT DISK WILL BE ATTACHED TO EITHER THE FIXED OR THE ADJUSTABLE WEIGHT.

4. Rotate adjustable eccentric weight (See Figure 13) to proper setting. To produce more force, move weight to higher setting (i.e., higher number). When set, tighten cap screw according to See Figure 16. The standard setting for all three motors is 100% setting.

CAUTION ADJUST BOTH SETS OF ECCENTRIC WEIGHTS TO SAME SETTING NUMBER (MIRROR IMAGES), OR FORCE OUTPUT WILL BE UNEVEN AND DAMAGE VIBRATOR. (See Figure 14)

5. Check cover o-rings for damage. Replace if damaged.

CAUTION! DO NOT OPERATE VIBRATOR MOTORS WITH END CAPS REMOVED, DUST ACCUMULATING AROUND VIBRATOR SHAFT COULD CAUSE UNIT TO FAIL.

6.

Re-install end caps. Tighten per Figure 16.

7. Repeat steps 2 through 5 for second set of weights. Set both sets of weights to same setting number so they are mirror images, as shown in Figure 15.

number so they are mirror images, as shown in Figure 15. Figure 13: Counter Weight Parts

Figure 13: Counter Weight Parts Identification

Figure 15. Figure 13: Counter Weight Parts Identification Figure 14: Counter Weight Correct Adjustment Figure 15:

Figure 14: Counter Weight Correct Adjustment

Weight Parts Identification Figure 14: Counter Weight Correct Adjustment Figure 15: Counterweight Correct Adjustment 16

Figure 15: Counterweight Correct Adjustment

Cap Screws

ft/lb (kgm)

Shaft Nuts

ft/lb (kgm)

Terminal Block

ft/lb (kgm)

Nuts

M6

7 (1)

M13x1

22

(3)

M4

0.87

(0.12)

M8

16.5 (2.3)

M15x1

36

(5)

M5

1.45

(0.20)

M10

35

(4.8)

M20x1

72 (10)

M6

2.17

(0.30)

M12

58 (8)

M25x1

.5 123 (17)

M8

4.70

(0.65)

M14

94

(13)

M30x1

.5 246 (34)

M10

9.80

(1.35)

M16

137

(19)

M45x1.5

360 (50)

 

M18

195

(27)

 

M20

275

(38)

Figure 16: Vibrator Hardware Torque Requirements

3.9: Motor Vibrator Bolt Torque Requirements

When a vibrator motor is replaced, or a single bolt is replaced, it must be initially torqued to 320 ft-lb [430 N-m] (large motor) , 170 ft-lb [230 N-m] (small motor) . After 4 to 8 hours of operation, all motors must be re- torqued to torque values listed above. It is absolutely necessary to use a torque wrench and apply proper torque. These bolts should be examined every time the shaker screens are replaced.

Section 4:

Operation

4.1:

Starting / Stopping The Shaker

The Mongoose PT Shaker (2 motor version) electrical control panel has one (1) control switch, one (1) start/stop button and one (1) reset button. The reset buttons can be used to reset the motor starters if they trip. The controls have a build-in safety feature to shut down the other motor should one motor fail to operate.

It is essential that the cover be properly tightened at all times with all the bolts. This prevents liquids from entering the starter and corroding internal components, and maintains the integrity of the hazardous location rating. The cover should be inspected for damage and loose or missing bolts at every screen change.

The three motor version has an additional special feature controlling the operation of the third motor. The control panel has a separate on/off switch and a reset button for the third vibrator motor. In order to stop the third motor while the shaker is in operation, a “breaking” function is required to stop the motor otherwise the motion of the shaker would keep it running even without power. It is not recommended to operate the shaker with the third motor not running for an extended period due to an uneven loading against the bearings cause by non- rotating counter weights.

START 1 STOP 2 JBE 6124
START
1
STOP
2
JBE 6124

Figure 17: Starter Box Switches and Buttons (2 Vib. Motors) (P/N: 01-2213), 60 Hz

1: Start Button 2: Stop Button

#10 AWG. 1 BLACK OL1 M T1 L1 OL1 M T2 480V L2 MOTOR OL1
#10 AWG.
1
BLACK
OL1
M
T1
L1
OL1
M
T2
480V
L2
MOTOR
OL1
M
T3
L3
OL2
T1
OL2
T2
#12 AWG.
MOTOR
BLACK
1
OL2
T3
F1
L1
L2
F2
F
F
2
480V
OL1
OL2
START
STOP
F1-1
F1-2
F2-2
F2-1
95
95
M
96
96
M
F1-1
F1-2
NOTE: ALL CONTROL WIRES ARE #14 AWG. (RED) THHN.
1

Figure 18: Electrical Schematic (2 Vib. Motor), 60 Hz

Figure 19: Starter Box Switches and Buttons (3 Vib. Motors) (P/N: 7584916), 460V, 60 Hz
Figure 19: Starter Box Switches and Buttons (3 Vib. Motors) (P/N: 7584916), 460V, 60 Hz

Figure 19: Starter Box Switches and Buttons (3 Vib. Motors) (P/N: 7584916), 460V, 60 Hz

Note: Starter Box Switches and Buttons for Configurations 9671740-06 and -08 will be Same as shown in Figure 19.

11: Enclosure 12: Stop Button 13: Selector Switch 14: Reset Button

L1 L2 1A SW1 LEGEND 480 1A L E OFF O O VAC LINEAR X
L1
L2
1A
SW1 LEGEND
480 1A
L
E
OFF
O
O
VAC
LINEAR
X
O
ELLIPTICAL
X
X
E-STOP
3A
110
VAC
SW1
LINEAR
OFF
ELLIPTICAL
MS1
MS4
LINEAR
O
X
X
ELLIPTICAL
OL MS1
OL MS2
MS2
O
OX
MS3
OL MS3
MECH.
DAYTON
INTERLOCK
MS3
6
MS4
MS3
7 12
3
OL MS4

Figure 20: Electrical Schematic (3 Vib. Motors)

Note: Electrical Schematic for Configurations 9671740-06, -08 will be the same as Figure 20, except for Transformer will be 380VAC/120VAC.

4.2:

Screen Selection

Part numbers for screens available for the Mongoose PT Shaker are provided in the screen selection table (See Figure 21).

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

JMONMK020P

SCREEN 10 MESH

JMONMK060P

SCREEN 60 MESH

JMONMX084P

SCREEN 84 MESH

JMONMX110P

SCREEN 110 MESH

JMONMX140P

SCREEN 140 MESH

JMONMX175P

SCREEN 175 MESH

JMONMX210P

SCREEN 210 MESH

JMONMX250P

SCREEN 250 MESH

Figure 21: Screen Selection Table

4.3:

Variable Deck Angle

The M-I Swaco Mongoose PT Shaker is equipped with a manual crank system that allows the deck angle to be adjusted while the unit is in operation, up 3 degrees or down 3 degrees (See Figure 22). Deck angle adjustment bolt requires a 1-1/4” manual ratchet.

There is a deck angle indicator plate located on both sides of the discharge end of

the shaker.

The pointer is located on the spring support bracket to indicate deck

angle.

The solids capacity and or liquid capacity of the screen vary with different drilling conditions. In practice, the smallest screen size that can be employed without flooding should be used. The variable deck angle is very helpful in this goal, as either a positive or negative deck angle will influence the liquid throughput of the screens and possibly reduce the need to change screen mesh. Note that with finer layered screens a “wetter” discharge will be experienced because of the increased removal of fine solids. Periodic cleaning of the shaker deck will keep the unit operating at top efficiency. The screens should be washed each time the shaker is shut down.

Whenever possible, the entire inside of the shaker should be washed down thoroughly to flush out caked and accumulated mud in the corners.

DECK ANGLE ADJUSTMENT BOLT DECK ANGLE ADJUSTMENT INDICATOR
DECK ANGLE
ADJUSTMENT BOLT
DECK ANGLE
ADJUSTMENT INDICATOR

Figure 22: Deck Angle Adjustment and Indicator

NOTE: IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT A MANUAL RACHET BE USED FOR ADJUSTMENT. ALSO, IT IS RECOMMENDED TO ADJUST EACH SIDE OF BASKET NO MORE THAN 2 DEGREES AT A TIME. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO ADJUST JACK BEYOND THE PREMARKED STROKE (UP OR DOWN).

Section 5:

Maintenance

5.1:

General Maintenance

The M-I Swaco Mongoose PT Shaker has been designed to minimize routine maintenance. Periodic cleaning of the shaker will keep the unit at top efficiency. Wash the screens each time the shaker is shut down. The screen bed gasketing should be replaced when they show signs of cracking or hardening.

5.2: Electrical System Maintenance

ATTENTION! BEFORE MAKING ANY ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS, MAKE SURE THE POWER SOURCE IS DISCONNECTED AND THE SHAKER STARTER IS IN THE OFF POSITION.

ITEM NO.

QTY.

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

1

2

7518020

SHAWNUT FUSE

2

4

7150001

CUTLER-HAMMER CONTACTOR

3

4

7150002

CUTLER-HAMMER OVERLOAD BLOCK

4

2

7150003

CUTLER-HAMMER AUX. CONTACT

5

1

7150004

CUTLER-HAMMER REV. KIT

6

1

7518021

HAMMOND FUSE KIT

7

2

7152605

CUTLER-HAMMER OVERLOAD HEATERS

8

2

7152606

CUTLER-HAMMER OVERLOAD HEATERS

9

1

7518022

SHAWNUT FUSE

10

1

7790015

HAMMOND TRANSFORMER

11

1

6019020

ADALET BOX

12

1

7573105

ADALET EMERGENCY PUSH-PULL

13

1

7573106

ADALET SELECTOR SWITCH

14

2

7573290

ADALET RESET BUTTON

15

1

7150005

A&B POWER BLOCK

16

1

7117005

DAYTON TIMER

17

1

8265101

CORROSION INHIBITOR

18

1

8016100

ADALET BREATHER

Figure 23:

Start Box Component Detail Part #: 7584916 (3 Motor), 460V, 60 Hz

Figure 24: 3 Vib. Motor Starter Box External Detail, 460V, 60 Hz (7584916) 6 1

Figure 24:

3 Vib. Motor Starter Box External Detail, 460V, 60 Hz (7584916)

6 1 10 9 15 1 2 1 1 1 FROM POWER SUPPLY 16 1
6
1
10
9
15
1
2
1
1
1
FROM
POWER SUPPLY
16
1
H1
H2
4
X2
X1
FUSE
2
2
4
L1 L2
L3M1
L1 L2
L3 M1
L1 L2
L3M1
L1 L2
L3 M1
5
T1 T2 T3
M1
T1
T2
T3 M1
T1 T2
T3
M1
T1 T2
T3 M1
1
MS 2
MS 3
MS 4
MS 1
TO LINEAR
TO LINEAR
TO ELLIPTICAL
MOTOR
MOTOR
MOTOR
8
3
3
7
2
REF
4
2
LID AND BUTTONS REMOVED FOR CLARITY
FUSE
FUSE

Figure 25: 3 Vib. Motor Starter Box Internal Detail, 460V, 60 Hz (7584916)

ITEM NO.

QTY.

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

1

2

7573290

Reset Buttons

2

1

7573106

Selector Switch

3

4

8071702

Mechanical Push Rod

4

1

7573105

E-Stop “Push Pull”

5

1

7790016

Transformer 380V

6

1

7117005

Timer

7

2

7150014

Power Distribution Block

8

2

7150001

Contactors- Non-Rev.

9

1

6930009

Contactor-Reversing

10

4

7150002

Overload Blocks

11

2

7152605

Overload Heaters

12

2

7152606

Overload Heaters

13

1

7519002

Fuse Block

14

2

7518020

Fuse

15

1

7515022

Fuse

Figure 23a:

Start Box Component Detail Part #: 6930007 (3 Motor), 380V, 50 Hz

14 13 DOOR IS SHOWN OPEN 7 3/4" NPT POWER IN 15 5 2 6
14
13
DOOR IS SHOWN OPEN
7
3/4" NPT POWER IN
15
5
2
6
9
4
8
8
MS4
MS3
MS1
MS2
1
3
1
3
10
10
10
10
12
12
11
11

Figure 24a:

3 Vib. Motor Starter Box External and Internal Detail (6930007) 380V, 50 Hz

START 1 STOP 2 JBE 6124
START
1
STOP
2
JBE 6124

Figure 26: 2 Vib. Motor Starter Box External Detail , 460V, 60 Hz (01-2213)

4 GOULD 3 2 POLE FUSE BLK 5 5 6
4
GOULD
3
2 POLE
FUSE BLK
5
5 6

Figure 27: 2 Vib. Motor Starter Box Internal Detail, 460V, 60 Hz (01-2213)

ITEM NO.

QTY.

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

1

 

1 7573333

Green Pushbutton, 1 NO

2

 

1 7573334

Red Pushbutton, 1 NC

3

 

2 7518023

1/2 Amp Fuse

4

 

1 715008

Contact, 460V Coil

5

 

1 7152003

Overload

6

 

1 7152004

Overload Mounting Base

Figure 28: P/N# 01-2213 Vib. Motor Starter Box Component Detail (2 Vib. Motors, 60 Hz)

5.3:

Screen Installation and Removal

The Mongoose Shaker is designed for pretensioned screens with wedge mounting system.

There are four (4) pretensioned screens and eight (8) wedges, four (4) per side on the Mongoose Shaker. The screens are placed on the screen bed and the wedges are driven between each screen edge and support bars on the shaker side walls. The screen bed is slightly crowned at the center causing the screen frames to bow when the wedges are forced in place. This prevents the screens from “whipping” up and down during shaker operation.

Screen installation requires little time and effort. However, if you do not follow these basic steps, the results can be poor screen life and solids by-passing into the active system.

1. Stop the flow of drilling fluid to the shaker.

2. While shaker is running, wash down the screens. Clean all cuttings and solids build up around the inside of deck and the wedges.

3. Shut down shaker. Follow proper lockout / tagout procedures for power source.

4. Each screen is secured in place by two (2) wedges, one per side. A hammer is required to remove the wedges. The wedges can be removed by a hammer blow to the end or to the top handle section.

5. Remove screen panel. Screen panels should be removed and installed one at a time. The following instructions apply to a single screen panel and must be repeated for each additional panel.

6. Note that the wedges for the second screen from the feed end are reversed for easier installation.

7. Wash down panel area prior to installing new screen. Replace any deck rubber if worn, cracked or that may have become hard.

8. Lay new screen into shaker deck. Position one wedges between the screen edge and the support bar above on the shaker side wall then position the other wedge on the opposite side in the same manner and hammer tight. Caution: Both wedges must be in position prior to hammering them tight. Failure to due so will prevent the second wedge from being started.

9. Water down a new screen prior to actual use with drilling mud.

The above procedure applies to all screen panels.

5.4:

Screen Gasket Replacement

 

Should the screen bed gaskets need replacing, follow the procedure below:

1. Remove all screen panels from the shaker

2. Wash the screen bed areas thoroughly all around

3. Remove the screws along the screen gasket bars

4. Carefully remove the gasket bar weldments avoiding to bend them

5. Remove the old rubber gasketing from the bed

6. Carefully remove the crown bars and the side bars. These bars can break if handled improperly.

7. Wash the screen bed area thoroughly to prevent any accumulated mud or solids from being trapped under the screen bed assembly

8. Wash all screen crown bars and side bars and place them over the supports

9. Place new rubber gaskets over the bed

10. Place stainless steel screen bar weldment on the gasket and replace screws (it is necessary to force the screws through the rubber)

11. Repeat this to all screen sections

5.5:

Vibrator Motor Maintenance

 

The vibrator motor requires no daily or weekly maintenance. Once every 4,000 to 5,000 operating hours the motor bearing must be lubricated. In effect this is twice a year maintenance. Since this maintenance is performed only twice a year it is imperative that this task be done. Refer to Appendix A for proper service procedures.

M-I Swaco suggests that this maintenance be accomplished in a shop where adequate tools are available.

In order to preserve the warranty only those locations listed in Appendix A should be used for motor/vibrator repairs. Detailed disassembly instructions can be found in the vibrator motor in Appendix A.

ATTENTION! IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT THE FOLLOWING STRICT GREASE REQUIREMENTS ARE FOLLOWED:

ONLY KLUBER ISOFLEX TOOPAS NB52 SHOULD BE USED FOR BEARINGS.

5.6:

Vibrator Motor Mounting Bolts / Torque Requirments

ATTENTION! UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD THE VIBRATOR MOTOR BE RUN WITH ONE OR MORE ATTACHMENT BOLTS MISSING OR NOT TORQUED PROPERLY. IF A MOTOR VIBRATOR BOLT IS GONE, THE SHAKER MUST IMMEDIATELY BE SHUT DOWN AND NEW BOLTS INSTALLED AND TORQUED ACCORDING TO THE PROCEDURE OUTLINED BELOW. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS PROCEDURE CAN RESULT IN THE MOTOR VIBRATOR COMING OFF AND CAUSING EXTENSIVE DAMAGE.

Each large size vibrator motor is secured to the shaker with four M20-1.5 x 120 mm, grade 10.9 bolts and hardened washers. The third vibrator motor (small size) is secured to the shaker with four M16-1.5, grade 10.9 bolts and hardened washers. These bolts have been torqued to exact specifications. It is recommended that this torque be verified every 672 hours or 1 month of operation.

When a vibrator motor is replaced, or a single bolt is replaced, it must be initially torqued to 320 ft-lb [430 N-m] (large motor), 170 ft-lb [230 N-m] (small motor). After 4 to 8 hours of operation, all motors must be re- torqued to torque values listed above. It is absolutely necessary to use a torque wrench and apply proper torque. These bolts should be examined every time the shaker screens are replaced.

Section 6:

Troubleshooting

PROBLEM

PROBABLE CAUSE

SUGGESTED REMEDY

Screen wedge comes loose

Wedge not properly installed

Ensure wedge is hammered in with adequate force

Solids under screen or wedge

Remove wedges and screen and clean screen bed, screen and wedges

Solids are migrating to one side of basket or not discharging properly

One vibrator motor not running

Check vibrator and starter panel

One vibrator rotating to wrong direction

Reverse rotation

 

Both vibrators rotating to wrong direction (2 motor version) Third motor rotating to wrong direction

Reverse rotation of both vibrators

Reverse rotation

Shaker makes unusual loud noise

Wedge or wedges loose

Check and reinstall wedges

Vibrator bearings worn

Replace bearings

By-pass valve stuck.

Clogged with caked mud.

Clean out valve with water.

Discharge gate won’t close fully.

Clogged with mud.

Clean out gate with water.

Gate bent.

Straighten gate.

 

Gate holder bent.

Straighten gate holder.

Vibrator overheating (70 degrees over ambient).

Bearing out of grease.

Service bearings.

Bearing worn out.

Replace bearings.

Mud builds up on screen, or too much spills over discharge.

Screen mesh too small.

Adjust screen angle, or change to a larger mesh screen.

Screen loose.

Re-tension screen.

Mud spills over sides of skid.

Discharge gate not fully open.

Fully open gate.

Caked mud around gates.

Flush out obstruction.

Mud builds up at back edge of screen.

Third motor not rotating in correct direction

Reverse rotation

Screen cloth tension loose on screen panel

Replace screen panel

Section 7: Drawings and Parts List for Mongoose PT Assemblies 3 2 4 1 5
Section 7:
Drawings and Parts List for Mongoose PT Assemblies
3
2
4
1
5
and Parts List for Mongoose PT Assemblies 3 2 4 1 5 Figure 29: Mongoose Assembly

Figure 29: Mongoose Assembly Side Detail Note: Item 2 shown above may not be the same as supplied

Item Number

Qty

Description

Part Number

1

1

Mongoose PT Less Motors (See Section 9)

9671735

2

1

Control Assembly Kit For Mongoose PT

See Table 1

3

2

Motor Linear

See Table 1

4

1

Motor Elliptical

See Table 1

5

1

Bypass Assembly Mongoose PT

See Table 1

Figure 30: Parts List for Mongoose Assemblies

Configurations

Item #2

Item #3

Item #4

Item #5

Configuration Description

9671740-01

9671693

EM3C00011

-

-

PT, 2 Motor, 460V, 60 Hz

9671740-02

9671688

EM3C00011

6912002

-

PT, 3 Motor, 460V, 60 Hz

9671740-03

9671693

EM3C00011

-

9671734

PT, 2 Motor, w/ Bypass,460V, 60 Hz

9671740-04

9671688

EM3C00011

6912002

9671734

PT, 3 Motor, w/ Bypass, 460v, 60 Hz

9671740-05

9671693-01

EM3C00010

-

-

PT, 2 Motor, 400V, 50 Hz

9671740-06

9671688-02

EM3C00010

6905003

-

PT, 3 Motor, 380V, 50 Hz

9671740-07

9671693-01

EM3C00010

-

9671734

PT, 2 Motor, w/ Bypass, 50 Hz

9671740-08

9671688-02

EM3C00010

6905003

9671734

PT, 3 Motor, w/ Bypass, 380V, 50 Hz

Table 1: Parts List for Mongoose Configurations

Section 7.1: Control Assembly Kit (9671693 and 9671693-01) SEE CABLE ROUTING VIEW A B C
Section 7.1: Control Assembly Kit (9671693 and 9671693-01)
SEE CABLE ROUTING VIEW
A
B C
D
1
12
8
5
5 6
4 2
3 6
8
11
ON BOTTOM OF ITEM 1
ON BOTTOM OF ITEM 1
4
2
7
7
3
5
3
2
4
5
8
6
6
8
4
2 3

Figure 31: Control Assembly Kit (9671693 and 9671693-01)

Item Number

Qty

Description

Part Number

1

1

Starter 230/460V, 60 Hz

01-2213

2

4

Lockwasher, 1”

05-110

3

4

Conduit Locknut, ¾ NPT

01-184

4

4

Cord Grip Straight

01-106

5

4

Reducer Bushing, ¾ MPT x ½ FPT

5008937

6

4

Cable Connector, ½ NPT .51-.81 Armored

6560030

7

2

Conduit Elbow, 90 Deg. ¾ MPT x ¾ FPT

5030937

8

4

Decal Label Rotation

9650367

9

40 ft.

Cable Armored 4 Conductor, UL Approved

7906218

10

n/a

n/a

n/a

11

n/a

n/a

n/a

**12

1

Starter 380V, 50 Hz

01-2293

Figure 32: Parts List for (9671693 and 9671693-01)

** = Item Numbers 2 thru 9 are same for Control Assembly Kits 9671693 and 9671693-01. Control Assembly Kit 9671693-01 (380/415V, 50 Hz) uses Item 12.

For proper supporting of motor cable see Cable Routing View and Table 1 below

CABLE #1 APPROX. LENGTH: 46" LG. FROM TOWER CABLE GRIP TO MOTOR

C D B A
C
D
B
A

CABLE #2 APPROX. LENGTH: 44" LG. FROM

TOWER CABLE GRIP TO MOTOR

Cable Routing View Note: Grounding wire not shown

CABLE #2

7”

7”

6.5”

8”

7”

CABLE #1

11.5”

7”

6.5”

8”

7”

 

MOTOR TO A

A TO B

B TO C

C TO D

D TO TOWER

APPROX. LENGTH OF CABLE (INCHES)

Table 1

Section 7.2: Control Assembly Kit (9671688 and 9671688-02) 1 SEE CABLE ROUTING VIEW A B
Section 7.2: Control Assembly Kit (9671688 and 9671688-02)
1
SEE CABLE ROUTING VIEW
A
B
C
D
E
2
11
13
15
14
16
11
2x
7
8
7
8
8
7 9
8
7
ON BOTTOM OF ITEM 2
6
4
5
8
7
11
11
6
4
5
10
8
7 9
12
11 6
5
4
6
11
4
12
5
12
6
4
5
6
4
5

Figure 33: Control Assembly Kit (9671688)

Item Number

Qty

Description

Part Number

1

1

Plate, Control Panel Mounting Adapter

9671689

2

1

Starter Assembly 460 V, 60 Hz

7584916

*2a

1

Starter Assembly 380 V, 50 Hz

6930007

3

4

Mount Vibration Donut

5859378

4

6

Lockwasher, 1”

05-110

5

6

Conduit Locknut, ¾” NPT

01-184

6

6

Cord Grip Straight

01-106

7

6

Reducer Bushing, ¾” MPT x ½ FPT

5008937

8

6

Cable Connector, ½ NPT .51-.81 Dia. Armored

6560030

9

2

Conduit Elbow, 90 Deg. ¾ x ¾ FPT

5030937

10

n/a

n/a

n/a

11

6

Decal, Arrow Rotation

9650367

12

60 ft.

Cable Armored 4 Conductor, UL Approved

7906218

13

8

Flatwasher, M12 Regular, SST

05-305

14

4

Lockwasher, M12 Regular, SST

05-306

15

4

Hex Nut, M12, SST

03-415

16

4

HHCS, M12 x 80 mm Lg., SST

04-1147

Figure 34: Control Assembly Kit 9671688, 9671688-02

* = Starter Assembly is for 9671688-02 only, Item’s 1, 3-16 will the same for both Configurations.

For proper supporting of motor cable see Cable Routing View and Table 1 below CABLE
For proper supporting of motor cable see Cable Routing View and Table 1 below
CABLE #3
A
B
C
D
E
CABLE #1
25
REF
CABLE #2

Cable Routing View

CABLE #3

5.5”

6”

6”

6”

7”

4.5”

35”

CABLE #2

13.5”

6”

6”

6”

7”

6.5”

45”

CABLE #1

15”

6”

6”

6”

7”

6”

46”

 

MOTOR TO

A TO

B TO

C TO

D TO

E TO

TOTAL

A

B

C

D

E

TOWER

LENGTH

 

APPROXIMATE LENGTH OF CABLE (INCHES)

 

Table 1

Section 8: Drawings and Parts List For Mongoose PT Assembly (9671735 – Shaker Assembly Less Motors and Controls)

See Following Drawing

FILE NAME: Swaco DMachined

NOTES:

 

1. WHEN A BY-PASS ASSEMBLY IS BOLTED TO 9671735, THEN ITEM NUMBERS #33-#38 ARE TO BE SHIPPED LOOSE WITH THE SHAKER.

 

2. IF THE .60 HP MOTOR IS NOT USED, THEN ITEM NUMBERS #26, #27, #28 AND #30 ARE TO BE SHIPPED LOOSE WITH THE SHAKER.

3. USE FOOD GRADE ANTI-SIEZE (LOCTITE 51168) ON ALL BOLTS AND SCREWS EXCEPT MOTOR MOUNTING HARDWARE (ITEMS #7 & #28).

4.
4.

ITEM 41 NOT SHOWN.

ISO VIEW

   

BILL OF MATERIAL

 

UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:

SIGNATURES

 

DATE

 
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED: SIGNATURES   DATE    
 

DIMENSIONSARE IN INCHES MILLIMETERSARE IN BRACKETS DO NOT SCALEPRINTS REMOVEBURSAND SHARP EDGES SURFACE ROUGHNESS 125MICRO INCHES RMS TOLERANCES PERANSI Y14.5M THIRD ANGLEPROJECTION TOLERANCES ON:

DRAWN

JAM

3/22/04

CHECKED

ENGINEER

 

5950 NORTHCOURSE DRIVE, HOUSTON, TEXAS 77072

 

.XXX

+/-

.005

FRAC +/- 1/32

   

.XX

+/-

.015

APPROVED

BSC

4/7/04

     

.X

+/-

.031

ANG +/- 1/2 DEG CONCEN .005 DIA

   

CONFIDENTIAL

     
       

SHAKER, MONGOOSE PT LESS MOTORS AND CONTROLS W/ BOLT ON FLANGES

THIS DRAWING AND / OR SPECIFICATION EMBODIES CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION OF SWACO, A DIVISION OF M-I L.L.C., IN THE ABSENCE OF EXPRESS WRITTEN PERMISION. SWACO HAS LOANED THIS COPY WITH THE UNDERSTANDING THAT (A) IT WILL NOT BE REPRODUCED (B) IT WILL NOT BE USED FOR ANY PURPOSE EXCEPT

THAT FOR WHICH IT WAS

LOANED AND (C) IT WILL BE

   
     
   

SHEET

SCALE

SIZE

DRAWING NO.

REV

RETURNED ON DEMAND OR UPON THE CONTRACTED WORK, WHICH

ACKNOWLEDGED:

COMPLETION OF EVER COMES FIRST. DATE:

9671740

9671740

1 OF 3

NTS

D

 

9671735

F

NEXT ASSY

 

TOP ASSY

FILE NAME: Swaco D2

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5950 NORTH COURSE DRIVE, HOUSTON, TEXAS 77072
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FILE NAME: Swaco D2

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Section 8, cont.

Item Number

Qty

Description

Part Number

1

1

Weldment, Skid Mongoose

9671770

2

1

Assembly, Mongoose Basket

9671738-01

3

1

Weldment, Header Box

9671810

4

16

HHCS M12 x 45 mm Lg.

04-1270

5

2

Jack, Elevator

9671681

6

8

Nut, Hex M20-1.5, Grd 10.9, Yellow Chromate

1305055

7

8

HHCS M20-1.5 x 120 mm Lg., Grd. 10.9

1407169

8

2

Gate, Skid Slide

9671779

9

4

Bracket, Shipping (ATEX, CE)

9671742

10

8

Flatwasher, M20

05-296

11

8

Lockwasher, M20

05-307

12

8

HHCS M20-2.5 x 70 mm Lg.

04-1629

13

32

Flatwasher, M12 Reg.

05-305

14

24

Lockwasher, 12 Reg.

05-306

15

2

Decal, Swaco

8420202

16

16

Hex, Nut M12

03-415

17

2

10” Inspection Cover

S48B00829

18

2

Spring Spool Weldment

9671679

19

2

Indicator Pointer

9671683

20

1

Plate, Right Indicator

9671744

21

1

Plate, Left Indicator

9671745

22

8

HHCS M12 x 30 Lg.

04-1157

23

4

Spring Coil

9360007

24

8

Lockwasher Schnorr M20 Martin #513014

05-244

25

8

Motor Washer

BM6S80043-01

26

4

Washer, 16 mm Motor

9671682

27

4

Lockwasher Schnorr M16

05-248

28

4

HHCS M16 x 1.5 x 100 mm Lg.

1407144

29

8

Washer, Spring Isolation

5895002

30

4

Nut, Hex M16-1.5, Yellow Chromate

1305040

31

1

Unit Tag

9650360

32

4

Pop Rivet, 1/8”

07-409

33

2

Cover, Weld Flange 10”, MS

9671652-01

34

2

Gasket, Ring ANSI Flange RF, 150 LB, 10”

3916067

35

24

HHCS M24-3.0 x 90 mm, Yellow Chromate

1493003

36

24

Hex, Nut M24

03-412

37

48

Flatwasher, M24

05-308

38

24

Lockwasher, M24

05-309

39

4

Label, Lift Point

BM6K80098

40

2

Label, “PE” Protective Earth

BMK80097

41

4

Boot, Spring

5804004

42

4

Decal Shipping Bracket

9650511

43

2

Cover, Plug-I/O 6 inch Dia. Nitrile

S48K00827-NL

Figure 35: Parts List for (9671735)

* = Item is not shown for clarity *** = Are shipped loose with shaker if third (3) motor arrangement is not used.

Section 9: Drawings and Parts List For Mongoose PT Basket Assembly (9671738-01 thru -03)

See Following Drawing

FILE NAME: Swaco DMachined

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ISO VIEW
NOTES:
1
1. USE SUPERFLEX TM RED RTV SILICONE ADHESIVE (MI-Swaco P/N: 00-1589 OR EQUIVALENT ON THE
FEED END SKIRT IF REMOVED OR REPLACED.
2. USE FOOD GRADE ANTI-SEIZE (LOCTITE 51168) ON ALL BOLTS AND SCREWS IF REMOVED.
9671738-01
BASKET ASSEMBLY, MS BASKET AND 304SS HARDWARE
CONFIGURATION
DESCRIPTION
BILL OF MATERIAL
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
SIGNATURES
DATE
DIMENSIONSARE IN INCHES
MILLIMETERSARE IN BRACKETS
DO NOT SCALEPRINTS
REMOVEBURSAND SHARP EDGES
SURFACE ROUGHNESS 125MICRO INCHES RMS
TOLERANCES PERANSI Y14.5M
THIRD ANGLEPROJECTION
TOLERANCES ON:
DRAWN
JAM
03/22/04
CHECKED
Swaco, A Division of M - I L.L.C.
5950 NORTHCOURSE DRIVE, HOUSTON, TEXAS 77072
ENGINEER
.XXX
+/-
.005
FRAC +/- 1/32
.XX +/-
.015
APPROVED
BSC
04/7/04
.X
+/-
.031
ANG +/- 1/2 DEG
CONCEN .005 DIA
CONFIDENTIAL
THIS DRAWING AND / OR SPECIFICATION EMBODIES
CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION OF SWACO, A DIVISION
OF M-I L.L.C., IN THE ABSENCE OF EXPRESS WRITTEN
PERMISION. SWACO HAS LOANED THIS COPY WITH THE
UNDERSTANDING THAT (A) IT WILL NOT BE REPRODUCED
(B) IT WILL NOT BE USED FOR ANY PURPOSE EXCEPT
BASKET ASSEMBLY,
MONGOOSE FLAT PANEL
SHEET
SCALE
SIZE
DRAWING NO.
REV
THAT FOR WHICH IT WAS
LOANED AND (C) IT WILL BE
RETURNED ON DEMAND OR UPON
THE CONTRACTED WORK, WHICH
COMPLETION OF
EVER COMES FIRST.
DATE:
1 OF 2
NTS
D
9671738-01
C
NEXT ASSY
TOP ASSY
ACKNOWLEDGED:

FILE NAME: Swaco D2

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ADD HIGH TEMP RED
SILICONE AROUND
THE PERIMETER OF
THE REMOVABLE
COVER
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DETAIL E
DETAIL C
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SECTION D-D
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ADD HIGH TEMP RED
SILICONE AROUND
THE PERIMETER OF
THE REMOVABLE
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COVER
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DETAIL H
SECTION G-G
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Swaco, A Division of M - I
L.L.C.
5950 NORTH COURSE DRIVE, HOUSTON, TEXAS 77072
SCALE
SHEET
SIZE
DRAWINGNO.
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Item

 

Configurations

Description

Qty

#

-01

-02

-03

1

9674610

9671610-01

9671610-02

Weldment, Mongoose Basket

1

2

9671637-02

9671637-01

9671637-02

Cover, Removable

1

3

5895001

5895001

5895001

Wedge, Mongoose Screen

8

4

05-277

05-317

05-277