2. Remove the three 3/8 hex cap screws that hold the Outer Flange to Tank End . Cutting the bolts may be necessary. Replacement hardware is provided in the repair kit. 3. Loosen set screws from Agitator Bearing 4. Loosen and remove the Agitator Bearing from the drive shaft of the Agitator.
2. Lower shaft through vessel nozzle into tank and support with approximately 8 inches of shaft extending above the vessel flange. 3. Clean the exposed surface of the extension shaft. Verify that the upper seat and o ring are in the seal housing and the lower seat is in the agitator mounting flange. Refer to the unit mechanical seal
indicates more agitation because the tank turns over in fewer seconds. TOR should be in the range of 35 to 90 seconds for all sizing areas. Although, for the suction tank, it should have a TOR closer to 90 to prevent aeration. TOR= Volume X 60 divided by Pumping Rate or Volume x 60 TOR= 4.
Always check the Agitator before operation see chapter 3.3 Pre use check. The Agitator is for permanent fastening. Make sure that the motor correspond to the environment. Step 2 Ensure that the tank, where the welding flange are to be welded in, can handle the forces applied by the Agitator: Torque Mv, Bending torque Mb and Side thrust Fs.
Step Five: Insert the agitation tube into the drilled hole in the tank. Install the agitation hose to the agitation tube and the agitation/gun valve with large hose clamps . For items: 268199, 2681, 26812, 28517, 28518, 26811, 268121, 268198, 228717, and 228718 cut
personal injury and/or serious tank damage. Refer to Figures 2 and 5. IMPORTANT: Before standing the tank upright, remove the top agitator shipping supports. Leave bottom agitator shipping supports in place to protect the agitator during erection of tank. NOTE: Do not remove top supports until the tank is ready to be stood upright. Supports ...
Electric Agitator Kits For agitation of material in carbon or stainless steel day tanks. To be used only with HFR for NVH foam systems. For professional use only. Not approved for use in explosive atmosphere or hazardous locations. 100 psi Maximum Working Pressure 100 psi Maximum Inlet Air Pressure