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9IM-E075-b

Manual / Air Saver Unit -


Edition : March 2017
ASV2000, 5000, 13000, 15000 Series

Manual • Conditions and environments (other than specified) and


outdoor use.
Thank you for your choice of Parker product. Please read this operating Applications to nuclear power equipment, railroads, aircraft, vehicles,
manual carefully and use the product correctly. Keep this operating manual medical equipment, equipment connected with food and drink,
in case questions about this product arise in future. If this operating amusement facilities and safety devices such as emergency
manual becomes unreadable or lost, consult our distributors or Parker interruption devices, clutch/brake circuits for a press and the likes.
sales offices. Applications which require extreme safety and will also greatly affect
human and property.
Safety instructions 1) After piping to Air Saver Unit and while the supply air is shut off, fully
close the ON time adjustment needle (clockwise rotation) and fully
The following safety precautions are provided to prevent personal injury loosen the OFF time adjustment needle (counter clockwise rotation).
and damage to property and to provide instructions on the correct Please use the dots for position indication of ON/OFF adjustment.
usage of this product. These precautions are classified into 3 categories:
“CAUTION” , ” WARNING” , and “DANGER” according to the severity of 2) Turn on air to the supply port, air should pass to the output port
possible injury or damage and the likelihood of such injury or damage. continuously.
Be sure to comply with all precautions. Also comply with safety regulations
such as ISO 4414(*1), Industrial Safety and Health Law, and High Pressure 3) Slowly loosen the ON time adjustment needle in CCW direction.
Gas Safety Law. A pulsed air blow with short OFF time will start. It is suggested
to stop rotating the ON time adjustment needle at around 3 turns
(for ASV2000), 2 turns (for ASV5000), or 1.5 turns (for ASV13000
&15000) in CCW direction.
Indicates an impeding hazardous situation which may
Danger: arise due to improper handling or operation and could 4) ASV2000&ASV5000:
result in serious personal injury or death. Next, adjust the OFF time by slowly tightening the OFF time adjustment
needle in CW direction.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which may The OFF time of the pulsed air blow will get longer.
Warning: arise due to improper handling or operation and could It is suggested to stop rotating the OFF time adjustment needle at
result in serious personal injury or death. around 7 turns (for ASV2000 or 5 turns (for ASV5000).
This should result in about 50%
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which may
arise due to improper handling or operation and could ON/OFF duty of pulsed air blow at 1.5Hz (ASV2000) or 2Hz(ASV5000).
Attention: result in personal injury or property-damage-only
ASV13000&15000:
accidents.
Close OFF time adjustment needle fully by screwing the needle in CW
*1 ISO 4414: Guidelines and pneumatic fluid power recommendations for pneumatic
systems and their components.
direction. Then, slowly loosen about 2 turns in CCW direction.
This should result in about 1Hz and 50% duty pulsed air blow.
Warning 5) Use the procedure of 4) as a starting point, and make the frequency
and duty adjustments required in your application by using the ON time
• This product is designed for pneumatic devices. and OFF time adjustment needles.
The applicability of pneumatic equipment to the intended system 6) Fix the adjustment position by tightening lock nuts on adjustment
should be judged by the pneumatic system designer or the personnel screws.
who determined specifications for such system. Regarding repair and maintenance, please consult Parker.
• Since the operating conditions
for the products contained in this instruction are diversified, the
applicability of pneumatic equipment to the intended system should be Pulsed air
determined by the pneumatic system designer or the personnel who cycle
determined specifications for such system. Before making a system, Tighten Loosen
the system designer should thoroughly examine all specifications for Settings
(Clockwise) (Counter clockwise)
such a system and also take into consideration the possibility of any ON time
Slowly Fast
trouble with the equipment.
Adjustment
• The pneumatic equipment should only be handled by needle
Longer ON time Shorter ON time
persons who have sufficient knowledge and rich
experience Settings
Switch-off
Improper handling of compressed air will result in danger. Assembling,
time Longer OFF time Shorter OFF time
operation and maintenance of machinery using pneumatic equipment
Adjustment
should be performed by persons who have sufficient knowledge and
needle
rich experience.
• Never operate machinery nor remove the equipment * Adjust frequency of pulsed air to less than 5Hz (ASV2000&ASV5000),
until safety is assured. 0.1~1Hz (ASV13000&15000). If frequency of pulsed air is higher than
Before checking or servicing machinery and equipment, be sure to 5 Hz (ASV2000&ASV5000), 1Hz (ASV13000&ASV15000),
check that steps for prevention of dropping or runaway of the driven operation of the pneumatic circuit (logistic element) may become
component have been completely taken. unstable.
When removing the equipment, make sure that the above-mentioned
safety measures have been done beforehand.
Then turn off air supply and power to the system and purge
compressed air in the system. Attention
When restarting machinery and equipment, check that proper prevention
of malfunction has been provided for and then restart carefully. • Be sure to cut air supply to Air Saver Unit when air blow is not used.
• When using the pneumatic equipment in the following Blown air may come out even if the ON/OFF time adjustment needles
conditions or environments, are fully tightened.
take the proper safety measures and consult Parker before hand. This unit is not designed to be an “OFF” valve.
Only for ASV13000 & 15000: Confirm “Continuous/Pulse
1. General information Needle” is fully opened before adjusting pulse cycles.
This product is a pulse air generation unit with built-in soft seal (ASV5000), 1) Do not supply air to the unit when adjusting the Continuous/Pulse
and metal seal pneumatic valve (ASV2000, ASV13000 & ASV15000). This needle
product is mainly for reducing air consumption in air blowing applications. 2) The “Continuous/Pulse Needle” should be fully opened by loosing the
needle in CCW direction, and fix its position by a lock nut (Shipment
condition).
2. Ordering Information 3) When the “Continuous/Pulse Needle” is fully closed, the main valve
Please refer to our catalogue – Air Saver Unit. position keeps the “ON” condition and does not create pulsed blow
Note 1) When ambient temperature of the unit goes below 5° C,
Pin adjustment for continuous / pulse operation.
Complete dry air shall be supplied to prevent freezing.
Note 2) The featured Air Saver Units are external pilot operated unit. ASV13000 & ASV15000
Therefore, during air blow operation, external pilot pressure
should be more than 3 bar.
Please make sure to supply more than 3 bar for
external pilot air port at all time.

3. Specifications
For more information, see Air Saver catalog.
OFF (air is blown continuously ) ON (pulse blow)

4. Pulse cycle adjustment


6. Error correction
ASV2000 ASV5000
ON time Adjustment needle for setting a) Failure and countermeasure
adjustment needle the switch-on time
Failure condition Cause Countermeasure
OFF ON
The unit cannot be operated. Pilot supply air might Adjust pilot supply air
OFF time be less than 3 bar pressure properly.
adjustment needle
during operation.
Valve part is 1)Replace the product.
contaminated 2)If air filter is not used,
with dust or sludge. use an air filter.
3)If problem is sludge,
use a coalescing filter.
Operating frequency is Dust or high viscosity 1)Replace the product.
getting slower. oil is trapped in the 2)If air filter is not used,
valve and it obstructs use an air filter
ASV13000 & ASV15000 the spool.
ON time
OFF time adjustment needle Contaminant is caught Replace the logic
adjustment needle inside of the pneumatic element.
circuit, and it blocks up
the flow

Contaminant Clean air mufflers or


accumulated in the replace them.
exhaust port,
obstructing the air flow.
From main From base gasket spool seal rings Replace Air Saver Unit.
substantial air are damaged.
Flow

valve part
leakage is From base Tightening torque for Tighten mounting
observed gaslet spool mounting screws is not screws to appropriate
seal rings are enough to mount valve. torque.
ON time OFF time
damaged.
Time

5. Notes for intended use 7. Maintenance and dismantling


A) Before commissioning of piping Regarding repair and maintenance, please consult Parker.
Thoroughly flush the inside of any pipes to remove chips, coolant,
dust, etc. As a general rule, do not attempt maintenance or disassemble.
If it is absolutely necessary to do maintenance work, keep the following
B) Air quality points in mind.
2) If it is difficult to make filter drain management periodically, Parker
recommends setting up an air filter with automatic drain mechanism. 1) Make sure that the actuators such as cylinders will not cause damage
3) Be sure to take proper maintenance for a compressor. If sludge if they move.
produced in compressor oil enters pneumatic equipment, 2) Cut off electricity.
it will cause operation failure of pneumatic equipment.
3) Cut off pneumatic pressure and exhaust air in the line.
Parker recommends setting up a coalescing filter after a filter.
4) Clean up the surroundings of the valve.
C) Pneumatic circuit
This unit is an external pilot operated valve. To avoid malfunctions due
to pressure drops, the external pil0t air supply pressure must be more
Attention
than 3 bar at all times. To avoid pressure drops during air blowing
process, set up relatively higher supply pressure and use tubes with
proper diameter. • Any attempt to repair and/or disassembling of the product by the user
violates the warranty.
D) Stopping the air blow
Parker does not take any responsibility for damage and injury caused
Be sure to cut air supply to Air Saver Unit when air blow
is not used. by it.
Blown air may come out even if the ON/OFF time adjustment needles Note
are fully tightened. Any request of after-service or maintenance parts, please contact our
E) Lubrication distributors or Parker customer service. Keep this operation manual.
This product does not require lubricated air. This operation manual would be changed without notice.
Please do not lubricate it. Please check the newest version.
Dimensions

(WP)ASV2000-AA-XX
Port A - Port B -
3/8 plugged
25 25
3/8 Pilot air supply port M5 Port R2 - 3/8 15 Piping
plugged

OFF time adjustment needle


Port 1: Supply port (Compressor side)
Port 2: Supply port
ON time Port 3: Supply port
adjustment
needle Port 4: Output port (Blow nozzle side)

54

82
68
Port 5: Supply port

1
Air Supply
Threshold element (Note: the air pressure should be more than
Note: Be careful about mounting
30 30 5 direction 3 bar.)
3 x Ø7 48 81
(Mounting hole)

Max 15,5 To use the connection as normally open,


please proceed as follows.
Port 1: Supply port (Compressor side)
Port 2: Output port (Blow nozzle side)
Port 3: Supply port
64,5

Port 4: Supply port


Port 5: Supply port
Air supply
30
20
15

Port R1 -
3/8 plugged Port 1 - 3/8

(WP)ASV5000-AA-XX
30
Port X - M5 - Pilot Air Supply port
6,5

90,5 Max 15,5 60


29,5 50 OFF time
adjustment needle Plug
15,5 Plug 38,5

15,5 Port 1 - 1/2


ON time
Port 4 - 1/2 adjustment needle

Threshold element
46
32
17
16

92
50
16

32

Port 2
Plug

2 x Ø5.5
22,5 (mounting hole)
Port 3 , 5 - 3/8 plugged

Piping
Port 1: Supply port (Compressor side) To use the connection as normally open, please proceed as follows
Port 2: Supply port Port 1: Supply port (Compressor side)
Port 3: Supply port Port 2: Output port (Blow nozzle side)
Port 4: Output port (Blow nozzle side) Port 3: Supply port
Port 5: Supply port Port 4: Supply port
Air supply Port 5: Supply port

(Note: the air pressure should be more than 3 bar.) Air supply
Dimensions

(WP)ASV13000-AA-XX A

59 51
Pilot air port
8
1/8 BSPP Piping
Port 1: Supply port (Compressor side)
Port 2: Output port (Blow nozzle side)

29,5
Port 3: Supply port

20

20
OFF ON
Air Supply
(Note: the air pressure should be more than

210
3
3 bar.)

149
2

To use the connection as normally open,


94,5

1
please proceed as follows.
68

41,5

Port 1: Supply port


17

Port 2: Output port (Blow nozzle side)


Port 1, 2, 3
4 x Ø11 (3x 1 BSPP) Port 3: Supply port (Compressor side)
(Mounting hole) OFF time
adjustment needle Air Supply
ON time
adjustment
needle
131
118
100
59

A
9

77
98
112

(WP)ASV15000-AA-XX
228
4 x Ø11
204
Port 2 29 29 Port 4 -
(Mounting hole)
Piping
Plug 1.1/4 BSPP
Port 1: Supply port (Compressor side)
Port 2: Supply port
Port 3: Supply port
Port 4: Output port (Blow nozzle side)
OFF

Port 5: Supply port


144

168
75

Air Supply
ON

(Note: the air pressure should be more than


3 bar.)

Port 3 Port 5 To use the connection as normally open,


Plug 58 58 Plug
ON time OFF time
please proceed as follows.
107 93 61 adjustment needle adjustment needle Port 1: Supply port (Compressor side)
Port 2: Output port (Blow nozzle side)
Port 3: Supply port
Pilot Air supply
1/8 BSPP Port 4: Supply port
Port 5: Supply port
11

Air supply
144
99

20
58
30
25

Port 1 -
1.1/4 BSPP

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(Parker Hannifin Automation Division Japan)
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Japan
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