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INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS

For
GE Compressor Air Extraction Valve Assembly

(DO NOT DISASSEMBLE)


If for any reason assembly is taken apart contact AC Controls Co. for instructions.
PROPER ASSEMBLY IS CRITICAL

TABLE 1 (SHIPPED OPEN) TABLE 2 (SHIPPED CLOSED)


GE P/N ACC P/N GE P/N ACC P/N

342A1584P001 LA11070 106L2290G002 LA10360


342A1584P004 LA15810 106L2290G004 LA23650
342A1584P006 LA13150 106L2290G004 LA23680
361A2777P002 LA15020 342A1584P007 LA13150
361A2777P005 LA15660 342A2589P001 LA10360
106L2290G004 LA11070 354A1107P001 LA10380
354A1371P001 LA11060
354A1589P001 LA13900
357A1237P001 LA13340
362A1045P001 LA23110
362A2773P001 LA15710
362A2773P002 LA23070
362A2968P001 LA16130
362A2968P002 LA16140
362A3045P003 LA26060
362A3045P004 LA26070
362A3045P007 LA26020
362A3045P007 LA26040
362A3045P008 LA26030
362A3045P008 LA26050
362A3045P011 LA27700
362A3045P012 LA27710
362A3236P001 LA26080
362A3236P002 LA26090
372A1013P001 LA15540
372A1013P002 LA15580
372A1013P003 LA19510
372A1013P004 LA19520
372A1491P001 LA26100
372A1491P002 LA26110
372A1491P003 LA26120
372A1491P004 LA26130
372A1491P101 LA26140
372A1491P102 LA26150
372A1491P103 LA26160
372A1491P104 LA26170
729A8055P101 LA23530
729A8055P102 LA23540
729A8055P103 LA23550
729A8055P104 LA23560
811L1043G001 LA23220
811L1523G001 LA23080
729A9167P001 LA27450
729A9167P002 LA27460
729A9167P103 LA27760
729A9167P104 LA27770
362A3045P015 LA27540
362A3045P016 LA27550
372A1491P010 LA27140
372A1491P011 LA27150
372A1491P012 LA27160
372A1491P013 LA27170
372A1491P005 LA27590
372A1491P006 LA27600
372A1491P007 LA27610
372A1491P008 LA27620
372A1013P006 LA26520
372A1013P007 LA26530
362A3236P003 LA27500
362A3236P004 LA27510
362A1658P001 LA26470
362A2773P001 LA25600
362A2773P002 LA25610
AC Controls Company, Inc.
4500 Morris Park Drive / P.O. Box 691000 / Charlotte, NC 28227 / (704) 545-4500 / Fax (704) 545-8980
1 Rev. 01/10/08
INSPECTION:
1. Carefully remove the valve from the shipping box, lifting up on the actuator and valve to avoid
damage to the limit switch located on top of the assembly.

2. Visually inspect the valve, actuator and limit switch for any sign of damage in transport.

3. Identify the GE part number from the stainless steel tag on the assembly (See Figure 1) and match
it in the tables above.

Figure 1 Figure 2
4. Note: Valve assemblies in Table 1 are shipped in the Open position. Valve assemblies in Table
2 are shipped in the Closed position.

5. Determine which part you are installing and follow these instructions.
DO NOT DISASSEMBLE THIS UNIT TO INSTALL.

INSTALLATION:

1. THIS STEP IS FOR GE PART NUMBERS IN TABLE 1 ONLY. (Valves shipped open). All
others proceed to step 2.
Orient the valve with the flow arrow (See Figure 2) pointing in the proper direction (Downstream).
When installing the valve between Ansi pipe flanges you will need to apply air to the actuator to close
the valve (see Figure 3) to install the valve in line. Accidental contact with upstream or downstream
pipe or spacers will damage the disc and may cause excessive leakage or binding. Before installation,
connecting piping should be cleaned free from dirt, metal clips, slag, etc. which may clog the valve or
damage the valve seat.

WARNING: Serious injury to personnel is likely if all body parts (i.e. fingers) aren’t kept clear
of the valve disc and the inside opening of valve at all times. Be extremely cautious while
applying air into the ¼” actuator air supply connection as the valve will close. IMPORTANT:
Keep air pressure on the actuator while installing between flanges. Loss of pressure will cause
the valve to fail-open, which could cause serious damage either to personnel or to the assembly.

2. Insert the valve between the flanges until the alignment holes at either side of the valve match the
corresponding holes in the flange. Assure the actuation air supply port points in the downward
direction. Make sure the Flow Arrow is pointing in the direction with flow.

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3. Insert long bolts or studs through the flange and thread it through the alignment holes. This will allow
the valve to center itself properly for the installation of the flange gaskets.

4 Install the flange gaskets and the remaining flange bolting. (See Figure 4)

Figure 3 Figure 4

5. Remove the long bolts/studs from the alignment holes and replace with correctly sized bolts.

6. Check flanges with a level for proper pipe alignment. (See Figure 5) Adjust using proper tools
until the pipe is level. Using the crossover method, tighten all flange bolts.

7. THIS STEP IS FOR GE PART NUMBERS IN TABLE 2 ONLY: (Valves shipped closed). All
others proceed to step 8.

Removing the shipping bolt.

CAUTION: This valve is normally a fail-open valve. It is extremely important to follow this
procedure to insure valve performance and prevent damage to the disc and rod cover section of
the cylinder.

Apply 80 psig air to the ¼” air supply connection on the actuator. (See Figure 3) With the supply
pressure connected to the cylinder, remove the long “all-thread” shipping bolt and replace it with the
½”-13 x 1” travel stop bolt that is fastened and tagged on the rod cover. Screw the travel stop bolt all
the way in until it stops against the rod cover. (See Figure 6)

WARNING: Do not remove the shipping bolt without pressurizing the cylinder. Failure to
pressurize the cylinder may cause damage to the rod cover threads.

Figure 5 Figure 6

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4500 Morris Park Drive / P.O. Box 691000 / Charlotte, NC 28227 / (704) 545-4500 / Fax (704) 545-8980
3 Rev. 01/10/08
8. Remove air slowly and observe full stroke of valve from closed (with air) to open (no air). Valve
should open and close with no sign of sticking or binding. Use air to cycle several times before final
tubing. If the valve operates without any interference from mating flanges or pipe misalignment,
replace the temporary air source used to install with tubing from the 20 CB 3way solenoid valve.

9. Note: The “closed” travel stop bolt is pre-set on 6”, 8”, and 10” assemblies of 1½ turns in from a fully
closed disc position, and stamped with the number 2 on the head of the bolt. Do not attempt to adjust
the travel stop from its factory setting.

10. The limit switch is factory preset and is connected by conduit entry (See Figure 8, 9 & 10).
Do not attempt to adjust the switch from its factory setting.
For detailed wiring instructions see Figure 12 thru 15 under maintenance
For detailed installation instructions pertaining to ATEX (Figure 9) see the enclosed IOM from
Westlock Controls.

Figure 8 Figure 9

Figure 10

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4500 Morris Park Drive / P.O. Box 691000 / Charlotte, NC 28227 / (704) 545-4500 / Fax (704) 545-8980
4 Rev. 01/10/08
MAINTENANCE:

(DO NOT DISASSEMBLE)


If for any reason assembly is taken apart contact AC Controls Co. for instructions.
PROPER ASSEMBLY IS CRITICAL

The valve assembly has been designed to require a minimum of maintenance. Generally, only
maintenance on the packing box is required. If shaft leakage is observed through the packing box, tighten
the gland nuts. When tightening the gland nuts, use half turn increments until leakage has stopped. (See
Figure 11).

Figure 11

Warning: Beware of electrical shock hazard. See below wiring instructions


Replace cover after wiring is completed

Should the limit switches require adjustment, the plunger type switch (P/N: ZA11940) is set so that it
engages in the valve open position (See Figure 12). The cam roller type switch (P/N: JY10520) is set so
that it engages in the valve open position. (See Figure 13) The enclosed rotary type switch (P/N: KS-017-
GEL) is set so that the single switch model engages in the valve open position. (See Figure 14) The dual
switch model (P/N: KS-027-GEL) allows the upper sensor to engage in the open position and the lower
sensor to engage in the closed position. (See Figure 15) The quad switch (P/N: ZA16520) is set so that 3
switches indicate valve open and one switch indicates valve closed. (See Figure 16).

Figure 12

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Figure 13

Figure 14

Figure 15

Figure 16

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4500 Morris Park Drive / P.O. Box 691000 / Charlotte, NC 28227 / (704) 545-4500 / Fax (704) 545-8980
6 Rev. 01/10/08
REPAIR:
The valve assembly is not field repairable except for replacement switches and the soft seal kit in the actuator, (note
24 month life expectancy).Refer to the following separate instructions as needed.
1. Dual Limit Switch Field Installation & Calibration Procedure.
2. Instructions for Installing New Seals in Morin GE Actuators.
3. GE Air Extraction valve Field Calibration Procedure.
If any repairs other than noted above are necessary, the valve assembly should be returned to AC Controls Company
in Charlotte, North Carolina. Telephone number 704/545-4500.

AC Controls Company, Inc.


4500 Morris Park Drive / P.O. Box 691000 / Charlotte, NC 28227 / (704) 545-4500 / Fax (704) 545-8980
7 Rev. 01/10/08

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