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Westfalia Separator AG - 4740 Oelde 1

WESTFALIA Postfach 3720/3740/3760 - Telefon (02522) 771
SEPARATOR, Telegr.: Westfalia Oelde - Telex 089474
Operating Safety of the Separator

The WESTFALIA Separator is a high-speed centrifuge which works reliably, provided that it is
operatedand lookedafter in accordance with our Operating Instructions.
The bow! speed has been ratedso as Lo ensure the operating safety of the separator. It depends
on the densities of the centrifugally dry solids and of the clarified liquid, If the densities
exceed those shown on the name-plate of the separator, check with the factory or with
authorized representatives for detailed information, since in the majority of such cases the
bow!speedwill have to be reduced by changing the drive parts.
The amountof solids in the feedliquid must be kept as constantas possible.
When assembling the bowl, strictly adhere ta the instructions of this working manual, to avoid
undue unbalance which may result in heavy damage.
Corrosive liquids and liquids containing abrasive solids, particularly when being processed at
high temperatures, may attack the bowl material after quite a short period of operation, re-
sultingin impaired safety. To obviate the dangerarising fromimpaired safety, keep a reqular
cheek an all bow! cornponents.
Special attentin must be given to the threads of the bowl bottom andof the bow! lock ring as
well as to the orea between the sludge ejection ports in the bowl bottom,
We, therefore, recommend in your own interest to have your separator inspected by
WESTFALIA service engineers at regular intervais. Suchinspections will keep your separator
working reliably and prevent undesirable shut-dawns.
If bow! repair proves necessary, please advise us in time, We shall then check with you how to
avoid interruption of operation.
Important Hints

Do NOTloosen any part of the separator orof the feed and discharge connections before the
bow!has stopped completely.
Note that the bow! has not stoppedbefore the revalutionindicatordise (fig. 3/1) has ceased
The bawl speed as seen on the name-plate of the’separator,is rated for densities of the cen-
trifugally dry solids and of the clarified liquid up to the maximum values also shown on the
nameplate. In case of higher densities, check with the factory or any authorized representa-
tive for detailed information.
When assembling the bawl, strictly adhere to the instructions given under 4.1, to avoid undue
unbalance which may result in heavy damage. The bowl must never be started before it is
complitely assembled.
To prevent accidents when transporting bowl parts, make surethatall jacks or ather devices
used for the transpart are screwedin or onall the way.
Before fe ding process liquid, close the bowl hydraulically and check for leakage {see $.2).
Fe ed the process d to the separatorvia strainer.
Before each compiste de-sludging of the bowlshut aff the productfeed valve.
If the bowl reaches its rated speed{as per name-plateof separator) in less than 4 minutes, tre
motorwill pull tae high a starting current. This indicates that the fluid clutch contains tro

Cheek oil level in gear chamber once a week. During operation, oil level must everbe allowed
Lo sink below middle of sight glass.
Make first ail change after 250 working hours. When gear parts are broken in, change oil every
759 working hours. Be sure to use only the oil specified on page 2/1.
After about 5,900 working hours, replace ball bearings of worm spindle and of worm wheal!
shaft, and enange ail in fluid clutch,
Check bowl parts for corrasion and erasiyn every two montt 1 = especially the bow! lock ring
andthe spaces between the salids ejection ports in the bow!bo!
Check thread of large bowl lock ring at least once a year.
Never use blow-torch on Saw! parts or expose them to heat of openflane.


Operating safety of the weparator © es es a/2
Importanthin of
Sectional viewof the separators 2 2 2 2 2 Dott 0/6

Operating Instructions
1. Installation. © 6. ee ee yl
2. Lubrication 2. 1. 1 ee ee ee ee 2s.
3. Motorconnection. . . . 1s Bl
4. Bowl, - Feed and Discharge Connections:
Ss y of the aft
Installation of plastic tin bowl tap 47
4.3. Assecr charge connections . 4/3
4.4. Remo charge connectio
entlingthe bow toe 7 49
4.5. Remaving the complete bowl 2 2 2 fp tt 4/10
5. Technical Informatior
5.1. ng prin soe ee ofl
ing of the bowl (solids ejection) . . 5/2
ng of the hydraulic system of the bowl. 5/2
Operating-water connection . 6 6 6 5/4
6. Operation. 6 6 ee ee ee 6/1
7. Cleaning 2. ee ee ee WL
8. TheGearParts . . coe 8/1
Re-adjustinent of bowl height
9. The Fluid Clutch... sone ‘ 9/1
hecking the dil level; Refilling of ails Type of oils
Dismantling and re-assembling the clutch,
10. Trouble Shooting... ee ee ee 10/1

List of Parts

Important hints for ordering parts». 6... eee 12/1

Frame. 2 we ee ee ee ee ee te 13/1
Sediment collector andhwod. «6 ee ee ee 14fl
Operating-water connection, . + sone 14/3
Solenoid valves for operating water and for flush waterfor hood 1afa
Water pressure reducer se + e+ se eee 14/5
\arge connectio 15/1
Schnittbild des Separators
Le Installati of the separator
Wheninstalling the separator, make sure that sufficient roomis available least 360 mm) to
mount and to remove the motor andto cemove the horizanta! drive shaft whichis to bepulled
out Lowards the brake side of the frame.
Take care that the foundstion of the separaor cannot receive « vibrat from other
machines. Foreign vibrations can damage the ball bearings.
For mounting and removing the bowl, a 750 kg hoist will be indispensable.
Do notinstall 2 shut-off valve in the frame drain and do not connect this cutlet to a piping
system. The operating water must 5¢ able to discharge freely into a sewer or sludge tank, ©. 9.
via a funnel. Otherwise it will rise into the upper section of the frame, resulting in slowing
down of the bowl. [t can alsa seep downthroughthe neck bearing inta the bearing housing, thus
causing damage to the bearings.
The water supply line Lo the operating-water connection should have an inner diameter of 25
mm (1") andthe pressure of the operating-water should be at least 2.5bar and not more than
4,0 bar.

Serewbolts Le into the fo r mounting blocks of foundation frame La; makesure they aretight.
Embed the foundation frame in the floor so that the mounting blocks of the frameprotrude
fromthe Hoor by about 5 mm= 0.2". Make sure that the mounting blocks are absolutely level.
The foundation frame must be firmly anchored with anchor bolts and with poured concrete, Do
fot Lighten nuts of anchorbolts befare concrete has set.
By means of flanges 5 and screws 2, fasten feet 4a with fitted-on rubber cushions 4b to
separator frame. Thett lift the separator frame onto the bolts of the foundationframe. Tighten
threaded pins 4c with a wrench,

1. Installation

1.1. Transport
vimotor. To
rator, make s reit

Fig. 1/1

Weight: 950 kg
2 Lubrication

2.1. Lubricationof bearings andgear parts

All bearings and qearparts sre splash lubricated from acentraloi! bath,
Oil level
Before theinitial start-up of the separator fill
gear chamber with oil until oil level slightly
above middle af sight glass. About 5.9 litres of
oil are required for one filling.
During operation oil level must never be
allowed to sink below middle of sight gl
refill oi! when necessary.
Check oil level once a week.
Check from time to timeif oi! contains wat
To do this, loasen oil drain screw and allow a
a! amount ofoil to drain.If the oil show
milky colouring (emulsification) an immediate
oil change becomes necessary.

Oil change
Makefirst oil change after about 250 operating hours; then change oil every 750 operating
hours. However be sure not to wait longer than 6 months ta changethe ail.
Each time when carrying out oil change, thoroughly clean gear chamber snd flush with thin
bodied ail, prior to filling in newoil. Removeall metal particles from innerwalls and corners
of the gear chamber. Do NOT usefluffy cleaning rags or cotton waste, The sight glass should
also be cleaned, as a layer of ail will probably have deposited on the inner side of sand
this is easily mistaken for theail level.
Lubricating oil
As lubricatingoil use only # gear cil designated
C-LP 114 (according to DIN 51502)
or designated
ISO VG 0 (according to 150/OIS 3448).
oil shall r et the ng requitements:
1144 GeSt at 50°C, (220 + 22cSt at 40°C)

a) additives givir sed protection against corrosion and in d resistance to

aging, - with prope: ies preventing corrasion on steel according to DIN $1355/8, degree
of corrosion 0. Corr ‘osive effect on,copper according to DIN 51759/100 A3, degree of
rosion 1.
additives for decreasing wear andincreasing the load-carrying capacity. The "F ZG"gear
rig test according to DIN 51354 es well as the test according to A 16.6/90,load grate
> 12, must havebeen passed.
3) Demulsifying behaviour accarding ta DIN 51599: << 60 minutes.
Thegear oil designated"Separator lubricating oi! C-LP 114" which has been extensively inves
tigated by meets the above requirements and should preferably be used. For the order
number refer to page 20/1 of the parts list.
2.2. Lubrication of threads and contact surfaces on bow! parts
Before assembling the bowl apply a thin fiim of ane of the lubricants specified below to
threads and contactsurfaces of bow! bottom, bowltop, lock rings, etc.
For separators operating in the food processing industry we recommendto use the following
Molykote D (white paste; apply sparingly),
Molykote OX (white paste; maybe used in excess),
Kliiber Grease KSB 8 (may be used in excess).

For separators operating in the chemical industry we suggest to use malybdenum disulfide
pastes, e.g.
Malykote G or Molykate G Rapid.
Besides the above meftioned lubricants, other pastes or greases with the same properties may
also be used.

2.3. Lubrication of the motor bearings

Forlubrication of the mator bearings, refer to theinstruction of the motor manufacturer

3. Motor Connection

3.1. Explosion-proof three-phase AC motor

he separator is driven by an explosion-proof three-phase AC moter, type BS, type of
enclosure (Ex) din, flame-proof, ignition category G4, according ta the German specifications
DE D171.
Power is transmitted via a fluid clutch which is protected against overheating by means of a
ie plug. Thefluid clutch ellows across-the-line starting of the motor.
meet the requirements * the Federal German Physical and Technical Institute,
aumschweig, the motor ha: Lo be protected against undue overheating either by an overload
lease (see under 3.1.1) or by a tempe Lure monitoring device (see under 3.1
If the electrical equipment is not of explosion-proof design, it has to be installed outside the
explosion-hazarded room.

3.1.1. Overload release

tion must be ensured during starting as well as during operation by thermal
1g to Germa: fi VOE 0660. Because of the increased starting
current, the start release must be adj 4 times the value of the rated current. The
release for operation must jjusted to the rated current and be cut in automatically by a
timing relzy afterthestarting Limeof bout 8 minutes has elapsed.

3.1.2. Temperature monitoring device

Instead of the thermal relases a temperature monitoring device approved by the Federal Ger-
man Physical and Technical Institute, Breuny hweig, can also be used far motor protection.
This device sons f
three temperature feelers type KL 120 (120° C)
(incorporated in Lhe winding of the motor),
onetripping d evie type Calomat CK 121
(which is to beinstalled in the motor control).
ATTENTION: Before switching on the motor, make sure hat both friction br

3.2. Direction of rotation of the bow!

IMPORTANT: The bowl must turn clockwise when looked at from above.
The direction of rotation of the bowl is correct when the revolution indicator disc (fig. 3/1)
rotates clockwise. if the bow! rotates counter-clockwise (incorrect), the directionof rotation
is to be reversed byinterchanging two lead-inwires.
3.3. Speed and starting time of the bow!

The bow! speed has been rated so as to ensure the operating safety of the separator, I! depends
on the densitiesof the centrifugally dry solids andof the clarified liquid.
The bow! speed and the maximumpermissible densities are shown on the name-plate of the
If densities exceed those shown on the name-plate, the gear must be changed to reduce the
bow! speed.In suchcases, be sure to check with the factory.
The part-numbers of the gear parts marked with *** in the List of Parts depend on 1he motor
speed as well as an the bowl speed as seen on the name-plate of the separator, For the part-
numbers of the gear parts whieh correspand to the motor speedand bowl speed of yar’ separa-
tor refer to the list on page 18/3.

If the bow! speed has been changed in thesite by exchanging the gear parts and comieguently
differs fram that shown on the name-plate of the separator, orders for new gear pai ts should
‘ate the number stamped on the part to be replaced as well as model and serial-no. »f the se-
parator concerned. Correct delivery cannot be ensured unless the order quotes these *Hita.

The revolution indicator dise serve: dicate

Revolutionindi- whether the bowl is rotating and in which
direction (see 3.2). It also allows heck the
operating speed of the bowl.
The bow! is up to full speed when the revolu-
tion indicator dise makes the fallowiry fevolu-

65 rpmat a motor speed of 1455 FPM,

78 rpmat a motor speed 1745 "PM.
Speed variations up to 3 % are permissible.

The starting timeof the bowl is appr s+ 5 to 6

Fig. 3/1

More than two successive starts are not permitted. If, in exceptional cases, a tsitd start
becomes necessary, it must not be effected before 45 ta 60 minutes have elapsed. ( !therwise
the temperatureof the oil in thefluidclutchwill rise excessively.
Be sure that the bowl reaches its rated speed (as per name-plate of separator) ithin the
starting time and that this speedis maintained during operation(see 10.1.1 - 10.1.5}

Dise 288d
(vithout ria}

ng disc 2B8

>P Dises ses 268

BD sottoe disc 282
>p Setsiion rig 257
> Gasket 25
; ear Viner 255 Lock ring 220
> Centripetal pump chasber
; cover 778
> Gasketef 252 Gasket 278
_ Gasket Ble
» Gasket 261
over part of centrizetal
> . Gasket 260 yam 2815

> stributor 239 ~ Lover part of centripetal

ie piston 28 puap 8a

> Gasket 257

pC let 5 eck ing 715
> Geset 25
B Sindle screw 254
pltreated sloove 253
> Boultop 27%
’ Gasket 252
D> S01 totton 251 Geet 223
d & k Gasket 272

Fig. 4/1
Exploded view of the bowl!
3% Bowl, - Feed and Discharge Connections

4.1. Assembling the bow!

Before assembling the bowl, make sure that
the contact surfaces of the bow! parts arz
When installing the bow! parts, see that the
"OM" marks of all parts are aligned.
If the plant has several separators, be careful
not to interchange parts of different bowls,
since each bowl has been balanced with its
component parts. The main parts of the bow!
are marked with the last three digits of the
serial-number of the separator.
Be sure to replace worngaskets.
Fig. 4/2a

Oil the upperpart of spindle (thread, cone and

cylindrical guide surface fer spindle cap}. It
must be possible to movethespindle
up and down an the spindle. Then clean and
wipe dry theconical part of the spindle with a
smoothrag. Clean the inside of the bow! hub as
well, to assure properfitting.
Use jack 428 to place bow! bottom 251 onte
the spindle (fig. 4/20).
Turnthe bow! lock screws into theree
the bowl bottom without. applying pressut
One of the re is situated below the
mark of the bowl bottom.
Insert gasket 252 in the hub of the bowl
bottom(fig. 4/2b).
Serew threaded bush 253 into the hub of the
bow! bottom and tighten firmly with wrench
Insert gasket 255 in spindl=
Thread the spindle screw into tne spindle snd
tightenfirmly with wrenen 416, Note that the
Fig. 4/26 spindle screw has left-hand thread,
Carefully clean the grooves for gaskets 256
and 257 in thesliding piston, and apply a thin
film of grease,
If the gaskets Lo be inserted are new, stretch
them equally all the way sround until their
outer diameters are approximately the same as
the outer diameters of the grooves in the
sliding piston.
I ets 256 and 257 in sli ng pistan.
To ms sure that the gaskels are stretched
evenly the way sraund and that they fit
tightly all points nf the guide surfaces
during operation, proceed as follows: use a
screwdriver to lift the gaskets fram their
grooves and move it two or three Limes around
the sliding piston (see fig. 4/3a), Then hammer
the gaskets back i eir grooves, using a

Grease the guide surface of sliding piston

(see 2.2).
Use jack 430 to install thesliding pistonin the
bow! bo! The graove of the sliding piston
must resting piece of the bow!
bottor that the "©" m of bath
430 parts are aligned.
To facilitate the installation of the s
ogga He
Seali piston, the bottomring of jack £39 furni
with two slots, one of which should be placed
over the slot in thesliding piston, so that the
arresting piece of the bow! bottam can be
Turn threaded spindle "A" counterclockwise in
order to lower the sliding piston slowly into
the bowl bottom, until the arresting picce of
the bottomhas snappedinto the groove o the
sliding piston.
ATTENTION:Be sure not to damage the s
ing lip of the sliding piston.

Fig. 4/35
Insert gaskets 260, 261, and 262 in the grooves
of distributor 259 (fig. 4/4a), When doing so,
proceedin the same manner as wheninstalling
the gaskets in thesliding piston(see page 4/3),
andbear in mind the following:
If gaskets 260 and 261 have not been removed
orreplaced(e. g. whencleaning the bowl}, lift
them out of the grooves with a small flat
screwdriver in order to drain the water which
hascollectedbehind the gaskets.
Then tap the gaskets back inte their grooves
with a rubber hammer. Re-installation of the
distributor will then be as easy as if the
gaskets were new.
Place wearliner 265 into the distributor.
Stack discs 2689-d onto the distributor neck in
thefollowing order:
a) bottom disc 268@ (with thick rids on the
underside) in numerical order,
b) disc 2686 (with rim and spacers).
©) compensating disc 268c (without spacers).
This dise is only used when a dise with an
overall thickness less v thet of the
normal disc 268b (with spacers) is required
toobtain the necessary pr: in the disc
set. It is includedin theset of parts
unless it is already fitted in the bowl. When,
being used, the compensating disc must
ways be placed onthe disc stackdirectly
below the last eight discs 263d (without
d) dises 268d (w out rim) ia numerical order.
Grease the guide surfaces of the distributor
(see 2.2}.

Place alignment device 418 anto the distribu-

tor neck (fig. 4/4b), and screw jack 424(left-
hand thread) into the distributor.
By means the jack, place the distributor
into the bowlbottom, Make sure that the mar‘.
on the arm of the alignment deviceis in line
with the "O" mark on the rirn of the bowl

Turnjackserew "A" clackwise in order to lower

the distributor slowly into the bow! bottom.
The arresting pin of the distributor must snap
Fig. 4/4b into the groove of the bow! bottom.
Insert gasket 266 in groove of retaining ring
Install retainingring in bow! bottom.

Screw threaded bolt 425, which serves as

supportfor jack 425, into thedistributor neck
(left-hand thread).
Insert gasket 273 in groove of bow! top 274.
Before doing so, press some neutral grease
(which has no adverse effect on the pro
liquid) into the groove to ensure proper adhe-

Grease guide surfaces of bow

bowl! bottom (see sect. 2.2)
With the aid of jack 423 p ce baw! top onto
bowl bottom. By turning jackserew "A" lower
bowl top slowly. Make sure that arresting
piece of bowl bottom fits into groove of bow!
top. The "O" marks of beth parts must be in
line with other.
Remove threaded bolt 425 from the distributor
Thoroughly clean, wipe dry and grease(see 2.2}
threaded areas and guide surfaces of bow!
bottomand bowl lock ring 275 as well as the
contactsurfaces of the bowl top and bow!lock
Screw bowl lock ring into bow! bottom, by
hand (left-hand thread), and tighten it lightly
with ennular wrench427.
To facilitate tightening of the bow! lock ring
compress disc stack with device 429 in the
following manner:
Screw bolt A (fig. 4/6b) into the distributor
neck until it nits stop (left-handthread). Place
disc C onto the bow! top. Grease thread of bolt
A, Thenserew hexagon nut & onto dolt 4 (left-
hand thread) and tighten it with wrench 408.

tighten the bo: ting with the

wrench, by hand, until the "O" marks
vl bottom and bowl lock ring are close te
other. A few blows wi
against tt handle will t
cient to align the "O" marks. New:
over the wrench handle to obtain lever
If the pressure in the dise stack has slackened
so that it is possible to Lighten tne lock ring
with the annular wrench without using
mallet, then a spare disc has to be added.

Loosen hexagon nut 8, using wrench 403.

Unserew bolt A and remove it together with
hexagonnut B and dise C.

Fig. 4/6b
Mount centripetal pump assembly 2810-1

Insert. gasxet 278 in groove of centrip al

pump chamber cover 279. Place centripet
pump chamber caver onto bowl top.

Clean, wipe dry and qrease (see sect. 2.2)

threads of bow! top and of lockring 280.

Then screw onlock ring, by hand, and tighten

rnly by rapping against handle of annular
wrench 426, Note that the lock ring has left-
hand thread.

Release brakes by turning Lhe two handles 26a

(fig. 13) clockwise.

Slacken bock screws 35 (fig. 14/1). Check

to see if bowl cenbe turnedbyhand,

Fig. 4/7
4,2. Installation of plastic gasket in baw! top
1) Thoroughly cleangroovein bowl top for gasket 272.
2) Heat the gasket in 80° C hot water for about 5 minutes. The gasket will expand so that it
can be easily fitted around the bow! top. When cooling down, the gasket will contract and
thus draw into the groove of the bow! top.

3) Before placing retaining ring 267 into the bow!

bottom, check if it can be easily slipped over
the plastic gasket.

» 4) During operation, the sf ding piston presses

: against. the lip of the plastic gasket which,
under continuous use, slightly expands.
Therefore, if it is intended to re-use the
gasket, check, before assernbling the bowl, if
it is still possible ta slip the retaining ring over
the gasket. If not, remove any excess material
from the circumference of the gasket by
means of a coarse file or emery paper so that
the retaining ringfits. However, be sure not to
file off too much material.
4.3. Assembl \g the feed and discharge connections (fig. 15/1)
Fasten device 400 to hood by means of cap nuts60d, Withthe aidofa hoist lift the hood onto
theseparator frame andfastenhood with clampassemblies $9a-c.
Check that gasket 122m is properly placedin greove of feedand discharge housing 122k. Install
feed and discharge housing; watch for proper Igeation, Fasten feed and discharge housing with
cap nuts 60d.
Lightly grease threads of centripetal pump and of nut 123, Screw the ut (left-hand thread)
onto the centripetal pump andtightenit securely.
Install bend 120 in the feed line and bend 124 in the discharge line. Tighten screwed unions
S TO OO a eee
4.4. Removingthe feedand discharge connections, -
Dismantling the bow!
For removal anddismantling proceed in reverse order of assembly (see 4.1 and 4.3) and a
ing to the following instructic
Handle bow! parts witn care.
Be sure to replace warn gaskets,
Before opening the bowl, release the brakes byturning the two handles clockwise and turn the
bow! lock ws into Ue recesses of the bow! bottom without applying pressure. ne of tie
tworecesses is situated below the "O"mark of the bowl tap.
To facilitate loosening of the bowl lock ring,
compress dise stack by means of compressing
device 429, To do this, proceedas follows:

Serew bolt A (left-hand thread)into distributer

until it hits stop. Place disc © onto bowl
Grease thread af bait A. Screw hexagon nut 3
onto bolt and tight29i firmly with wrereh 408
(left-hand thread).

Unscrew bowl lock ring (left-hand thread) by

rapping with mallet 415 sgainst handle of
wlar wrench 427. Then remove the disc
stack compressing device.

ATTENTION: If the bow! Isek ring is jammed

tight, unscrewing can vefacilitated by warm-
3 up the upper riin of the bow! botton with
steamor hot water.

To force off the bowl top use jack 423 ang

device 425 and proceed as follows:

Screw threadedbolt A into the distrioutor.

Serew threaded ring B onto the bowl Lop.

ByLurning jackserew ©clockwise force off the

bowl top.

Then lift off the bow!

carefully on a wooden surface Lo avoid ¢
to the bearing surfa:
The distributor mayonly be removed with the aid of guide piece 431, and with the bow! lock
ring screwedin(see figs. 4/10a-c). Otherwise the distributor will become jammed in the sliding
pistonar cult to dismantle the parts.

Fig. 4/100
2 quide piece451 into Unserew the lock ring. Then
the bowl bottorn in si s lift out the distributor to-
manner that the arr triputor out of thesliding gether with the disc set,
7 the bow! bottom piston by turning the jack- guidepiece, and lock ring.
ts into the groove screwanti-clockwise.
guidepiece. Then ser
bo ring Geft-
handthread)into the bov
bottom, by han!

4.5. Removing the complete bow!

If the bowl is to be removed as complete
assembly, praceed as follows
ur crew lock ring D (left-hand thread),
using annular wrench 426. Remove
petal pun shamber cover 279 and
centripe 1p assembly

Unsere) pindle screw 254 (left-hand

thread), using wrench 416.

Introduce spindle 404, which serves as

jack 423,into the bowl.
423 ‘op and fe
the bowl off the spindle by turning jack-
screw"A" clockwise.
Then lift the bowl ou ne frame.

Fig. 4/104
S. Technical Information

5.1. Operating principles of the bowl

is designed for fication of liquids. Clarificetian
5 frome Niguid which ha snsity than the solic
rough the distributo!
fisc set of large number of ¢
istriouted in the spaces between the
rs of tne liguid are very th
dllact on the top wall of space
ie bowl ners the centripetal pump
and is discharged from the bow! foamfre
are automatically ejected Uarough in bow!
itiated by a timing unit 5.
A Feed
8 Discharge
© Centripetal pum,
1 Dises (Separation roo
EC Sediment holdingspa
F Sliding piston

Fig. 5/1
5.2. De-sludging of the bow!(solids ejection)

When to de-sludge the bowl?

Theintervals at whichsolids ejections have to take place, depend onthe soll nt and on
the nature of the process liquid, Completefilling of the sludge space ( 2) should
be evoided. As soon as the separating efficiency begins to decrease, be sure to accomplish
either a "complete de-sludging" tis! de-sludging". Complete de-sludging means
ejection of the whole bow!contents, whereas partial de-sludging means ejectionof anly part of
the solids.

Gefore each campleteejection besureta stop the supply of process liquid to the separator.
The loss of valuable process liquid - unavoidable during complete de-studging - can in many
cases be reduced to # minimum by displacing the residual process liquid left in
with water, defore solids ejectiontakes plact
Thedisplacement water shouldbe fed at the same hourly capacity as the process liquid,
The duration of the displacement water supply has to be found aut by experiment. If the time
acement is Lao long, water w! harge through the outict for cl
nent is Luc short, part of the valuable process liquid will remain in the bowl
and then be ejected with the sludge.

Flush de-sludging
It may happen that part ofthe solids stick to the walls of the sludge space due to particular
properties or as a result of having been retained too tong in the bowl. To overcome this
condition, the time of separation should be reduced, or "complete de-sludging” should be
followed by 1 - 3 flush de-sludgings by filling the bow! with water and emptying it by way of
Complete, partial, and flush de-sludgings as well as displacement of process liquid at pre-
determined intervals are contralied in the most dependaple way by employing an automati
timing unit. For details refer to the instruction manual "Westfalia Timing Unit".

9.3. Functioning of the hydraulic system of the bowl

The operating liquid (normally water) fed into the bowl and rotating withit, develops hish
centrifugal pressure. This pressure is used to operate sliding piston F which opens and closes
the bowl. Thesliding piston F rotates at the same angular velocity as the other bowl parts, but
unlike the other bowl parts it can be moved axially.
Sealing of the bowl: After the bow! h
reached its rated speed, shut-off device for
aperating liquid is to be briefly opened several
times in succession, The operating liquid flows
into injection chamber A in bowl bottam and
fromthere into sealing chamber D beneath the
sliding piston.
For limiting the sealing pressure the sealing
chamber is provided with overflow holes C,
which are arranged so that during rotation of
the bow! the outer part of the sealing chamber
is always filled with liquid.
The pressure resulting fram the liquid in the
sealing chamber forces the sliding piston up
and presses it against gasket K in bowl top,
thus sealing the bowl, Through centrifugal
force, gasket G in thesliding piston seals off
‘the sealing chamber and gasket # in the
distributor seal: the opening chamber
and the centrifugation room,
Separation can now commence.
Fig. 5/2: Bowl, closed
Opening of the bowl (solids ejection): When
the sedimentholding spaceis filled with solids,
the shut-off valve for operating liquid is
opened, The operating liquid flowsinte injec-
tion chamber A from where a small amount of
liquid flows into sealing chamber © which is
filled no further than to the ove
The greater amount of operating liquid flows
through inlet notes into opening chamberiv
jove the sliding piston, A small portion of
erating liquid escapes through discharge
nozzle N, the diameter of which is so dim
sioned that the liquid discharging from the
opening chamberis less than the liquid coming
Since the opening chamber filled further to-
N wards the rotation exis than the sealing
chamber, the opening pressure exceeds the
sealing pressure. This causes thesliding piston
to move downwards, thus opening the ejection
ports in the bowl bottom,

Fig. 5/3: Bowl, open ’

Re-sealing of the bowl: After solids ejection, the operating-liquid supply is shut off. Th
liquid contained in the opening chamberis ejected through discharge nozzle N. As the liqui
lovel recedes, the opening pressure acting onthe upperside of the sliding piston quickly _de-
creases. As soon as the opening pressure becomes less than the sealing pressure acting on the
underside of the piston, the latter moves upwards, thus re-sealing the centrifugation room.
Nowprocessing can recommence.

3265-000 5/3
5.4. Operating-water connection (fig. 14/2)
Theinner diameter of the supply line to be connectedto the operating-water systemshould be
1" (25 mm)and the pressure in this line should be at least 2.5 bar and not mare than 4.0bar.
During partial de-sludging the pressure should not fluctuate by morethan 0.2 bar.
The operating-water consumptian is 8 - 10 litres during total de-sludging.
The operating-water connectio is provided with a water-pressure reducer su by means of which
theline pressure is to be ed to approx. 3 bar. Pressure adjustment should be made hile
solenoid valve is open.
The operating water must be clean; it may be cold or lukewarm. If the water tends to
precipitate ferrous or calcareous deposits it is recommended to clean the stesiner of Ue water
pressure reducer fram lime to time by putting it for shart while inte diluted vinegar or
hydrochloric acid, Before re-installing the strainer flush it thoroughly with water.
Seed jolenoid valves far operating water and for * flush water for hood
The solenoid valves incorporated in the operating-water system are 2/2-way straight-flaw
valves with 2-we ng. The solenoid valve for operating water is equipped with a manual
operator (override) for testing purposes. The solenoid coil is entirely embedded in Epoxy resi
which ensures perfect protection against entry of ure, good dissi 1 of heat o
perfect electric insulation, Thus th alvesare fully trapic lized.
Operating principles
In the normal, ies od condition ef the
valve (de-energized) tne water Mowing into the
valve from the feedside is unable to escape. tt
flows through a bore inta the chamber above
the diaphragm where a op:
water line pressure builes up.
the area exposed to
2 of the digphragin larger than the
ed to the ss yne prassure on the
the diaphragin is kept pressec!
gainst thevalve seating.
Energization of the solenoid coil aulls the care
upwards so that the integrally vulcanized plug
of the pilot valve is lifted from the valve
seating, thus enat ng the water a to e
towards the discharge side of the valve
bore on the iniet side nation than
the outlet side, the water can escape more
quiekly than tt runs and, henee, the
pressure acting on Lie upper side o
diaphragm decreases. As soon as it bed
1 Coupler socket smaller than the pressure acting on the «
2 Solenoid head of the diaphragm (the minimum pr:
3 Cylindricat pressure spring difference required is 0.5 bar) the disphra
4 Solenoid core lifted from the valve seating and the valve
5 Plug (pilot valve) opens.
6§ Manualoperatar
Manual ¢ (override)
r (override) IF the ensegizing current is disconnacted the
8 Inlet tole spring drive the solencid core downwards
99 Diaphragm
Diecshraw: andid the the pilot
pilot vvalve
alve will
wil close.close, CConsequently
10 Valve housing the water pressure acting on the upper side of
the diaphragm increases again and farces the
* onspecial order only. diaphragm again: seatine sa that
the valve is clos
A3265-000 6/4
The solenoid vaives do not require special maintenance. However, care shauld be taken that
the coupler socket is slways screwed tightly ta the solenoid head to ensure perfect sealing
action of the gasket.
Locatingelectric troubles
If it has been found that the control cabinet functions properly and that voltageis present at
the valve Lerminals of the termine! strip while the corresponding time function element is
operating, the trouble will have to be ogerived either to a defective solenoid coil, or Lo open
circuit between terminal strip andvalve, ar to poor connection.
In the event of a defective solencid coil, the soicnoid head can be removed from the valve. To
do this, remove first the coupler socket (loosen screw and pull gut the socket), then loosenthe
fillister head screws,
Since the solenoid cail is entirely embedded in the solenoid head, the complete solenoid head
(No. 1018-3710-800,see page 14/4) has to be replaced,

Technical data

| s0A/ 2051 TSA 122 |

Solencid valve Type | for operating water for flush water
Part - Number 0018-3712-600 9018-3710-600 |
Pipe connection R | i" we |
Lr - :
Voltage v 220~ 2200
- - |
Frequency | Hz 50/60 50/60 |
onal volLages
Optionalvoltages | .v 2 Deliu
Zany | oa”lide |

Power cansumption: pull-in VA, approx. 20 approx. 20

(AC operation) operation Vi approx. 16 [approx 16]
(DCoperation) W approx. 12 | approx. 12
Dutyeycle % | 1900 100
Frequencyof operations Ih 1,000 1,000
Type ofenclosure 1P 65 65
Pressure range ber 0.5 = 10 0.5 - 10
Temperature: medium °C +90 +90
ambient °c +35 +35
Cable entry Pg 9 5
6. Operation

The operating instructions givenin this chapter are merely general directions. The operation of
each individual separator depends on the timing unit and valves employed and on the
application of the machine (see instruction manual for the timing unit used in connectionwith
the separator).

6.1. Before starting the separator

Check to be sure that

oil levelis slightly above middle of sight glass,

brakes are released(to da this, turn handles clockwise),
bowl lock screws are slackened back,
separator is praperly assembled (pay special attention to clamps on hood, cep nuts on
discharge and nut 123 on centripetal pump to see if they are tightenedfirmly),
manual shut-off valves for process liquid and water are closed and rapid-closing valve far
operating water is open.
6.2. Starting the separator
Switchon the otar. If strong vibrations accur, stop the separator and check toare if thebowl
is clean andproperly embled,
Switch onthe timing unit as soonas the bowl has reached its rated speed wnich is after about
6 minutes,
Close the bow! hydraulically by repeatedly actuating push button "De-sludging" an the timing
Check bowl far leakages
Fill bowl with water by opening manual shut-off valve in the water supply line. If the water
supply line is also equipped with a solenoid valve then that valve has to be opened via the
timing uni
pen inspectinn cover the solids outlet. If water discharges from the solids nutlet while the
bow! beingfilled, tre bow! is leaky (also recognizable byincreased pawer consumption of the
motor: see ammeter of motor ol}. In this case open andclase the bow! by actusting push
button “de-slud ing unit. Repeat this procedure until the Bow! close: rly.
After each de-sludging keep a waiting time of 20 = 25 seconds of ore feeding water agains
Feed process liquid by apening many ! shut-off valve in praces d supply line. If this line is
alsa equipedwith 3 solenoid valve then that valve ha to be opened via the ti:ning unit.
Adjust to nourly capacity.
The hour: capacity of the s: atoris up to 35,000 I/h.
The hourly capacity of the separator depends on the desired degree of purity of the clarified
liquid. The degree of purity depends on the viscosity and, hence, on the temperature of the
process liquid. It further depends on the difference in densities of the carrier liguid and of the
solids as well on thesize and nature ofthe solids to be remov:
Uf tho pactiele size of the solids is very sinall andif the density af the salids is alo equal La
that of the carrier liquid, then the hourly capacity has to be reduced to extend tt retention
timeof the process liquid in the bowl.
By means of the throttle valve adjust the pri pssure in the discharge line so that the clarified
liquid discharges free of foan.
6.3. De-sludging of the bow!(solids ejection)
The separation programme including the salids ejections is automatically performed by the
timing unit in connection with the self-thinker contral system. By actuating the respective
push Suttons on the timing un ragrammein action can be interruptedal any time and an
autematic partial orLotal de-sludgiag can be initiated immediately.

6.3.1. Total de-sludging

After octuati push bulton“total de-sludging"the following programme performe

Closingof the process liquid supply valve.

* Displacementof the liquid bowl contents (see 5.2 "Displacement").
Total de-sludging of the bow!.
Operating water is suppligc for 10 seconds, Although thesolids ejection procedure takes
only a few seconds, the shut-off valve in the opersting-waterline shauld remain apen for
19 seconds in order ta be sure that even the difficult to dislodge solids will be ejected
from the bowl. Solids which remain in the bowl can harden and thus lesd to trouble
+ Flush de-sludging (ses 5.2 "Displacement").
After each total de-sludging a waiting time of 20 - 25 seconds should be kept before
process liquid orflushliquid.
+ depending onthe timing unit, the valves emplayed, and the pre-set programme.

6.3.2. Partial de-sludging

Partial de-sludging meanspartial emptying of the sediment spaceof the bowl. It is not feasible
withall types of liquid, but only with products whose centritugally removed solids are soft and
pasty in character, andfree of fibres. It can be accomplished, for example, when separating
pulp from juices, when clarifying citrus andpine apple juices, when separating yeast from beer
and wine, when processing fermentation broths, ete.
During partie! de-sludging, the process liquid valve normally remains open.
After actuating the push button "partial de-sludging"o; erating water is supplied for the time
of 1 - 2.5 seconds. The time of operating-water supply partial de-studging time) depends on
the emount of ejected solids and onthe aperating-water pressure. To ensure that always equal
amounts of sludge are ejected, the operating-water pressure must be kept constant.
The exacttimeofpartial de-sludging is to be faund out by checkingthe solids ejections and by
evaluating the ejectedsolids, while the machine is running.
6. Stopping the separator
Close the productfeed valve.
De-sludge the bowl. :
Flush bow! several times with water and de-slidge to ensure that. no solids will be left in the
bowl. To do this, proceed as follows: .
Fill bowl with water. When the bow! is filled, that is, when water appears in the sight glass of
the discharge line, de-sludye the bow!. Repeat this procedure several times.
When cleaning in place with heated detergentsolutions, finish up by flushing withcold water.
During cleaning, the valve in the centripetal pump discharge line is to be throttled several
limes for @ few seconds to abtain heavy overflow. By doing this, the hood will be flushed
thoroughly. Whichdetergentis to be selectedfor cleaning depends on the residues in the bowl,
Alkaline and (or) acid cleansing solutions may be used. To avoid corrosionbe sure te use only
approved detergents.
Fill the bow! with water. If the bowl is leaky, leave the water supply valve open.

Switch off the timing unit.

Stop the motor.
Apply the brakes by turning the handlesin anti-clockwise direction.
NOTE: Do NOT loosen anypart of the separatoror of the feed and discharge connections be-
fore the bowl has come to 8 complete stap.
Close main shut-off valve in operating-waterline.
If dismantling of the bowl is intended, it should be done immediately after stopping of the bow!
when the contact surfaces of the bow! parts arestill wet.
7. Cleaning

7.1. Cleaning the bow!

Self-cleaning bowls need not be taken apart far cleaning at the endof a run, unless the nature
of the separated solids makes bowl dismantling for thorough cleaning necessary. Experience
will show how often the bow! has to be dismantled.
During the first few months of operation, the lock rings should be removed every two weeks
for greasing the threads, to preventseizing, Later on, the greasingintervals may be extended,
However the bow! should be dismantled at least every two months for thorough clesning of the
inner bow!parts.
Neveruse metal scrapers or metalbrushes
for cleaning the discs and bowl parts.
Remove gaskets fromthe bowl parts and clean grooves and gaskets to prevent corrosion. Re-
place damaged gaskets. Swollen gaskets should be left to dry at a warm placeso that they can
regain their original dimensions and can be re-used.
The gaskets in distributor and in sliding piston whose edges have been frayed through abrasion,
can be re-used efter grinding aff the edges with an emery wheel. When grinding, be careful nat
to damagethesealing surfaci
Carefully clean the smell holes for feed and discharge of the operating water bow! bottom
and sliding piston (fig. 10/1) to as ure trouble-free performal ce ofthesolids ejection process.
Be sure to removedirt which has accumulatedin the distributor neck, using brush 414, Dirt ac-
cumulationin the distributor neck will hinder the feed, which may result in overflow.
Clean and wipe dry guide surfaces and threads of bowl partsand grease thern (see 2.2). Spindle
caneand inside of bow! hub shouldbe oiled and then wiped clean and dry with a smoothrag.
Re-assemble bow! immediately after cleani

7.2. Cleaning the upper section of the frame

From time to time, the inside of the upper section of the frame has to be cleaned in the area
below the bowl. After removing the baw! (see 4.4) place splash cover 411 overthe spindle to
prevent wash liquid from seepinginto the drive end rendering the lubricating ail unserviceable,

7.3. Cleaning the operating-water feeding system

The strainer in the water pressure reducer(fig. 14/4) and the small holes in the operating-
water feeding device should be cleaned every 3 - 6 months.
7.4. Cleaning the gear chamber
Wien changing ail, clean gear chamber thoroughly with kerosene. Be sure to remove all metal
particles from walls and corners. Do NOT usefluffy cleaning rags or cotton waste.

7.5, Cleaning prior to a long-term shut-down of the separator

Prior to a long-termshut-down, clean the separate t thoroughly (see 7.1 and 7.2). The clean baw!
parts and all unvarnished machine parts shauld be wiped dry and greased to avoi corrosion.
The clean grease-coated bowl should be kept in adry place,
To prevent gaskets fromgetting brittle, keep them in a cool and dry room, pratected frazn dust
and light.
Drain the lubricating oil and fill gear chamber with corrosinn-preventing nil, st. SHEL is
‘Sti 30, Gil level must. be up ta middle of sight glass. Let separator cun without howl for apprax.
10 minutes to make sure thet all gear parts are coated with the corrosian-preventing oil. Then
drain theoil. Sil upper end of spindle by hand and protect it with splash cover 411.
Cheek water shut f devices for leakage. IF nec ys femave connecting pipin een
faulty shut-off device and separator to avai dam: je which may be caused by drip water.
Stop opel water supply at tne branch point of the water mains to prevent inrush ef water
into thesez watar, © ed by unintended opening of the shut-off valve.
cfore re-starting the separator,fill gear chamber with Lhe lubricating oil specified on page
2/1. Oil level must be slightly above middle of sight glass. Then let the separator run without
bowl for 10 minutes.
8. Disassembling and Assembling the Gear Parts

8.1. Disassembling the vertical gear parts

After disas: bling the yasen oi! drain sc ‘ew and drain ail inte oi! cup
Unscrew hex heac serewsfrom revolution indicator housing and remove housing (fig. 8

Fig. 8/1b

Loosen hex head screws in amp pl 4 of worm wheel (fig, 8/1b). Ther acken clamp plates
until worm wheel can be moved on worm wheel shaft (fig. 8/lc). Push worm wt vel © theleft,

8.2. Re-assembly ofvertical gear parts
For re-assen Jin reverse order of remov (see 8.1) and according to the instructions
given ins
ts for re-assembly
sembling the vertical gear parts, thoroughly clean gear chamber (
- Check condition of ball bearin: fitting them onto the wor indle.
IMPORTANT: Use onlyhigh an ball bea ec List of Parts).
For reasansof safety the ball bearin
eplaced every 5,000 working hour
- Before fitting ball bearings, ball beari 'g protection rings 160d and 160g and ring 160n on
80 °C.
one ofthe two angular tact ball
160b ne placement, be sure > replace
both of them.
Note the angular contact ball bearings
may be loaded axially in one direction only.
They must be fitted as shown in fig. 8/3. The
harrew rin of the outer ring of each bes
nust be on top. ulty mo.
tin dame Lo be:

ball bearin
woe Léle over tr
onl dawn
n bearing pressure housing 1603
ze —190¢ bearings, and press snap ring 1¢
into the groove of thebottom bearing pressur
1608 housi
ison ~ ‘It must possible to install the wor
with be ached, without having
rap on
the case, 5 the inside the bottom
Fig. 8/3 bearing housing with avery fine emery cloth.

stalling @ new worm 160k, the worm wheel embly 186a-c should be replace:
me time.
- When installing the neck bearing bridge assembly 161b-g, make sure that the gaske
and 161k arein good condition, Besure to install distance ring 61h.
- IMPORTANT: After re-assembly of the vertical gear parts check bow! height for possible
re-adjustment (see 8.3}.
Bild B/2a Bild 8/2b Bild 8/2c

Bild 8/2a: Zylinderschrauben 32 herausschrauben und Steuerwasserzufihrung 30 und Spindel-

kappe 160L abnehmen. Sicherungsbleche 161p geradebiegen und Sechskantschrauben 1é6lr am
Halslager herausschrauben, Schutzkappe 161m und Spindelfeder 160s abnehmen.
Spindetausheber 402 auf Spindel schrauben und Spindel mit Helslagerbriicke vollst. nach ober
Bild 8/2b: Spindel durch Aufstoden des Spindelkopfes auf eine Holzunterlage aus der Halslager-
Bild 8/2e: FuGlagerkappe 151 abschrauben und Dichtung 152 abnehmen.
FuBlagergewindestiick 153 herausschrauben und zusammen mit Federséule 154 und Fufllager-
druckstiick 155 herausnehmen.
Falls ausnahmsweise das FuBlagerqehiiuse 158 erneuert werden muG, Sicherungsbleche 157 und
Sechskantschrauban 156 herausschrauben. Zwei Schrauben 156 in die Gewindebohrungen des
FuBlagerqehiiuses einschrauben und daduech FuBlagergehiuse nach unten herausdriicken.

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8.2.2. Assembling the neck bearing bridge (untold page 16/2)
The upper ball bearing of the spindle is contained in pressure ring 161g which is held by nine
radially arranged, evenly distributed springs 161
Insert pressure ring 161g in neck bearing bridge 1Gic in such @ manner thatthe nine recessesof
the pressure ting face the nine tapholes of the neck bearing bridge.
Grease spring pistons 161d thoroughly. Insert neck bearing springs 16le in the nine spring
pistons. Then put spring pistons into threaded plugs 161f. Screw threaded plugs with neck
bearing springs and spring pistons into the nine tapholesof the neck bearing bridge and tighten
Forfurther assembly of the neck bearing bridge refer to fig. 16/2.

8.2.3. Fitting the spring column into the

bottom bearing
Slide cup springs 154 anto bolt of button
bearing threaded pi ustrated in fiz.

154 > bottom bearing pri

the cup springs and insert it in the bot
bearing threadedpie


Fig. 8/4
8.3. Re-adjustmentof bow! height
The bow! height has been adjusted al the factory prior to shipment of the separator. It must be
checked for possible re-adjustment after re-assembling the vertical gear parts, after
nging the bowl or the centripetal pump, and as soon as the centripetal pump shows
nding marks.

The bow! height is properly adjustedif there iy

earance of 62 - 64mm between upper edge
of sediment collector and upper edge of bow!
lock ring (fig. 8/58).
heck also whether the centripetal pump has
proper clearance in the pump chamber(approx.
5 mmshove and below).
To do this, loosen cap nuts on
discharge housing 122k of npletely
assembled machine and raise feed al
discharge housing together with centripetal
pump and nut 123 to limit (thus bringing
centripete! pump against pump chamber
The centripetal pump has equal clearance in
the pump chamber whenthere is a clearance
of 4ta 5mm between upper c
contact surface of feed and
(fig. 8/9b).

If the distance does not conf: m ta this

measurement, remove bottom bearing cap 151
and re-adjust bow! height by turning betton
122k 123 bearing threaded piece 155. A full turn of the
bottam bearing threaded piece to the right or
to theleft raises or lowers the bowl by 2 mm.

Fig. 8/55 ‘
ATTENTION: Under no circumstances should the bow! be placed so high that the upper ball
bearing is exposedto exial stress since this would result in unevenrunning of the separator and
in premature wear of the ball bearing,It is, therefore, recommended that, upon adjustment,
the bottom bearing threaded piece be turned counter-clackwise by half a turn to lower the
bowl by 1 mm.By this means, axial stress ontheupperball bearingwill be eliminated.
After adjusting to proper bow! height, repl 2 bottam bearing eap with gasket and tightenit
8.4. Removalof the horizontal gearparts
8.4.1. Removing the moter

Fig. 8/6a

Remove lead-in wires [rom motor terminal Sling motorto hoist und tighter carrying ro;
Undo hexagon nuts 16d and remave lock washers 16c. Then remove motor together w' nes
hub (see fig. 8/6a}. For removing cam hub from motor shaft end use puller 431 fig. 8/6b).
8.4.2. Removingthe fluid clutch
After Moving the motor, undo Alle ws 1b and Lake off flat 1éa(fig, 86a),
Loosen Allen screws 6 with torque w
403 by consecutively giving each scr
quarter of @ turnuntil tension of cup
198 slackens. Then screw out Allen screws «
the way end remove washer 197 andcupspring
It may happes that one of the three Allen
screws can only be loosenedby applying great
force. In this case re-tighten the Lwa rem
ing screws so thatall three screws are equally
tight. Then start loosening again as described
Be sure the socket of the wrench 493 is not
| | To remove fluid clutch from eone of worn
196 197 198 wheel shaft use pulling device 495,

Fig. 8/60
8.4.3. Removing the worm wheel shaft
Remove fluid clutch (see und
Loosen oil drain serew and let the oil drain into the oil cup. Remove revolution indicator
housing fig. 8/la).
Undo hex head screwsin clamp plates of orm wheel. Loosen clampplates and move the worm
Lon the aft to the Le seefig. 8/1 B/1c).

Fig. 8/14

Undo triangular screws 25 with the aid of wrench 425 andremove cover 23, Undo Allen screws
195 with the aid of wrench403 a 4. Th device 405 to withdraw brake
ey 193 from the cone of worm w x head screws 192 and remove housing

a hard wood block

the worm wheel shaft end, on
d rap it lightly with @
bearings, nut and bearing
towards brakeside.
the shaft has completely
y ned from theball bearing, an
e motor side, remove it by hand,
While doing so, hold the worm
to prevent damage to the
gear teeth, Then take the worm
wheel assembly out of the gear
. Re-assembling the horizontal gear parts
For re-assembly proceedin reverse order of remioval (see sect. 8.4). The following should be
kept in mind:
The worm wheel with clamp plates, 186, has been balanced in the factory as complete
assembly. Except for the clamp plates, componentparts of the assembly must, therefore,
not be replaced individually, since this cull lead to unbalance.
When mounting the worm wheel assenbly with clamp plates, be sure to push warm wheel
towards brake side until it rests against the shoulder of the wariwheelshaft. This will
ensure correct positioning of the toothed rim withreference tothe warm of the spindle.
The worm wheel must be firmly clamped to the worm wheel shaft, - accomplished by
tightening screws 186c in both clamp plates. Tighten screws crosswise, by singl= turns, to
make sure clamp plates are drawn tagether evenly.
IMPORTANT:When the toothed rim is worn, the entire wormwheel assenbly with clanp
plates, 186, has to be replaced. Worm 160k should be replaced at the sametime, since t
part, also worn to someextent, would cause premature wear to the new worm wheel.
Before installing the fluid clutch and the brake pulley, apply a thin film of grease to the
tapered ends of the worm wheel shaft.Then clesn and wipe dry the tapered ends with ao
smooth rag. Also clean the insideof the hubsofthefluid clutch and brakepulley very care-
fully to ensure properfitting
Thefluid clutch and thebrake pullay must be firmly clamped to the worm wheel shaft. This
is accomplished by tightening Allen screws with tarque wrench 403. Tightan the screws
ongecutivaly, by single turns. Give the final tightening at 40 - 41 Nm onthe torque scale.
Wheninstalling the fluid clutch, be sure to place cup spring 198 under the washers For
correct arrangement referto fig. 18.
Wheninstalling the motor, make sure that there a clearence of 4 mm between can hub
14 and fluid clutch(fig. 18). The clearance must be checked after exchanging the motor,
the cam hub, the fluid clutch or the worm wheel shaft. If necessary, displace the camhub
onthe motor shaft and drill @ new locatian holeinthe shaft for threadedpin 19.
Fill gear chamber with theoil ecified in sect. 2. Oil level must be slightly above middle
ofsight glass.
Check spindle 5; ‘ed with a hand tachometer (see sect. 3.5) and check directionof rotation
of bow! (seesec! = 32).
To runin new gear parts (worm wheel and worm), let the separator run - without bow! - for
about an hour. During thisti: the motor on and off several times.

For reasonsof safety, replace ball bearings fitted an worm wheelshaft and an warmspindle
every 5,000 workinghours.
Faw, VUE

9.1. General

Thefluid eluteh (Turbo Clutch) gradually brings the bowl to its rated speed, eliminating prema-
ture wear on gear parts and on motor. The motor poweris transmitted by meansof a closedoil
circuit between a primary wheel driven by the motor shaft and a secondary wheeldriving the
worm wheel shaft of the separator.
The ail level in the fluid clutch must de up to the mark of the oil level indic tor plate, to
ensure that the bow! comesup to its ratedspeed within its starting time(see sec 3.3).
Whenless oil is filled in, slippagein the clutch will be too great and startingtime of the bowl
too long. If the clutch cantains toa muchoil, the starting time of the bow! will be too short,
resulting in overload af motor and gear.
Theoil in theclutci has to be chenged every 5,000 working hours. It should be changed when
theball bearings of the wormspindle and of the worm wheel shaft are beingreplaced,
The clutch requires
approx. 6.1 litres of oil whenusing a 1455 rpm motor,
approx. 5.0 litres ofoil when using # 1745 rpm motor.
Besure to use onlythetype of oil specified in sect. 9.4,
9.2. Checkingthe oil level
The oi! level has to be checked before the initial start-up of the separator and every time after
re-filling of cil. Furthermore, the oil level should be checked once a monthsince in the course
of timne sinall oil losses may occur.
Before checkingtheoi! level, make sure oil has cooled down.


Checking theoil level:

Mark onoil levelindicator plate B
must be in line with lower edge of
taphole A. Oil level must be up to
the lower edge of taphole A,

Fig. 9/1
Forcheckingtheoil level, proceed as follows:
Remove the ventilation grid sothat the oil level indicator plate can be seen. Bring the clutch
into such a position that threaded plug A (fig. 9/1) can be removed without nil flowing nut.
Unserew threaded plug with a wrench, Then turn.cluteuntil lower edge of taphole is in line
with mark onoil level indicator plate (Fig. 9/1. In this position, theoil level in the clutch m:
be up to the lower edge of the taphole, so that theoi! begins to overflow. If this is not the
2, refill oil {see 9.3}.
9.3. Re-filling of oil (fig. 9/1)
Remove threaded plug H. Loosenoil fill screw © with wrench F. Then take off the handles
from the wreneh and cantinue unscrewing the oil fill screw until it comes off. Now threadoil
ful pipe C inte theoil fill hole, introduce funnel D and pour in oil. Then check oil level (see
9,2) before replacing ail fill screw including gasket. Use wrenchF to firmly tighten the oil fill

9.4. Type of oil

For filling the clutch, use only steamturbine oil
Shell Turbo Oil T 32
whichhasprayed satisfactory in ape! Lion by meeting requirementsas regards vi sity, flash
point, lubricating properties, compati ity with metals and gaskets, aging, etc.
Two cans, each eantainiag 5 litres of Turbo T 32 oil, are furnished with the separator,
If this type of oilis not readily available, steam turbineoils which comply withthe following
specifications, “nay be used, however, Lemporarily only.
Designation: Lubsicabing oil TD-l. 16 (arcording to DIN $1515)
{steamLurbine oi! with additives giving increased protectionagainstcorrosion
andincreasedresistance to aging).
Kinemat. vigec ity: 32 oS/ 40%
Density / 15°C max. 9,909 g/ml
= -6
Corrosive effect on
capper: max. degree of corrosion 2 (according ta DIN 51759)
steel: fo corrosion faceardiny to DIN 51585}
i Inceeaseof the neutralization number after
1600 h : max. 2.0 mg KOH/goil.
Contrary to DIN 51515:
Open flash point according
to Cleveland: approx. 220°C.
9.5. Dismantling the fluid clutch(fig. 18)
Thefluid cluteh should not be dismantled in the site. If damage occurs, the clutch should be
returned to the manufacturer for repair to assure correctfitting of the spare parts and,
proper functioning of the clutch, In the meantime, a spare clutch can be placed at your
If, however, you decide to remove leakage of the clutch in the site, we recammend to check
fitst sealing ring 226 since it 1s more easily accessible thansealing ring 213.
After taking the clutchaut of the frame(see 8.4.2) remove screws 228 and lock washers and
take off cover 227. Now check sealing ring 226 and replace it whenits sealing lip is no more
soft and elastic.
If, however, sealingring 213 orthe ball bearings have to be replaced,theclutch has to be dis-
matled in the following manner:
1) Loosenscrew 233 and let oi! drain,
2) Undo hexagon nuts 220 and remove themwith lock washers 219. Then remove screws 216,

3) Press primary wheol off the clutch casing 217 by threading two of the screws 216into the
tapholes of primary wheel 221.
IMPORTANT: Bear in mind that the fluid clutch been balanced in the factory.
Therefore, be sure Lo mark both primary wheel 221 and clutch casing 217 before taking
themepart, so that, when being re-assembled, these parts will be brought back into their
original position.
4) Press ball bearing 224out of primary wheel 221.
5) Undo screws 211 and remove cam flange 210.
6) Force secondary hub with secondary wheel 225 out of the clutch casing. Be sure not to
damage running surfaces for the sealing rings. See also 9.6, No. 6.
7) Undo screws 255 and removeoil control ring 234.
8) Pressball bearing 215 andse Jing ring 213 outof the clutchcasing.
9.6. Re-assembling the fluid clutch(fig. 18)

1) Moisten sealing rings. Press sealing ring 213 into the clutch casing (see fig. 9/3) andsealing
ring 226 into sealing ring cover 227. To dothis, use special tool (see fig. 9/3). The bolt of
the tool can be screwedinto either side of the tool, This allowsusing the taol for mounting
both sealing rings.

Press sealing ring

firmlyto shoulder

Fig. 9/3
Pressing thesealing ring into the
clutch casing.
nd spacer ring 1 (fig,
bevelled edge of each ring must ap inte the yreove oft fig. This

3 into clute d ball bearin; mary whe el. Check if

4 into th spacer rinc have an ab: y tight fi Ur thi is is nat the
, the spacer rings have to be splaced. Ti ny n the eluten to the tory for
4) Ap, 1 . 9 n ring t
cluteh casing with screws 235. Be
5) Insert gas‘cet pave of prir
ews 28, Be sure to fit spring w
6) Press secondary hub with seconda: y wheel 2 into
IMPORTANT: The at eting the sealing rings 213 ar be perfect
smooth to ensure oil-tightness af th ui itch, If necessary, re dlish onta surfaces
en cam flange 219 te thsc 1. Be sure t ashers.
Place Teflon packir
su of cluteh e:
Oe > sure cor
ye cord in
yrease. Sealing surf
and clutch casin
Liong they must aot t

screw prima
9.7. Pratection fromoverheating
Thefluid clutch is protected from overheating by fusidie plug 233. This protection is necessary
to avoid excessive inside pressure, damageto the gaskets, and premature aging of the oil.
In the event of sustained avertoading or stalling of the driven machine with the :otor
protective switch failing to trip, the solder of thefusible plug will melt when the oil reaches a
certain value. [ such an event, theoil in the clutch will rapidly drain and no torque will be
‘The fusidle plug (ret) head)the Fluid clutch is equipped with, melts at 9 temperature of 140 °C.
10. Trouble Shooting

10.1. General

Troubles Causes Remedies

10.1.1. Brakes are on. Release brakes by turning handles

Thebaw! does clockwise.
nat come up
to rated speed Bow! lock screws arein. Slackenback lock screws.
or takes too
long to do so. Motoris incorrectly connected. See wiring diagram,
(see 3.3).
Thefluid cluteh does not contain Refill oil (see 9.3).
enoughoi! or clutch is leaky. Install new sealing rings (see 9.6).
Sow!is toa high or too law and, Adjust bow! to correct height (see
therefore, rubs against centripetal 8.3).
Liquid or sludge has collected in the Cheek frame drain; liquid must
sediment collector, resulting in run out freely (see sect. 1).
slowing-downof the bowl. Clean sediment collector under=
neath the bowl.
Clampplates are not tight enough; Tighten long hex headscrews on
warm wheelslips on shaft. worm wheel evenly atid firmly.
Tighten crosswise, by single
Feedliquid sypply line is open. Stop feed liquid supply.
10.1.2. The fluid clutch dees not contain Refill oil (see 9.3),
The bow! speed enoughoil.
drops during
operation. The motor speed drops during Check line voltage and inspect
operation. motor.
10.1.3. The clutch contains too muchoil. Check oil level (st 29.2).
The bowl comes Reduce ail contents.
up to rated speed
ekly (in
than4 min
Motor pulls too
high a starting
Troubles Causes Remedies

10.1.4. Separatedsolids have deposited un- Stop separatorand apply t! rakes.

Unevenrun oF evenly in the bowl (see also10.2.5). Close productfeed valve, 0
the separator. NOTde-sludge the bowl, since
de-sludging would increas® yibra-
tions occurring during alusi
downof the bowl.
If the bow!leaks, apen wat
feedvalveail the way. Cleay
the bowl(see 7.13.
Sediment of very solid structure Performtotal de-sludyings «i
has hardened as @ result of too long shorter intervals, - if rec
a retention timein the bowl. with subsequent flush de-sludgings.
Bowl is act properly assembled or, Assemble bowlproperly (see 4.13.
if plant has several separators, parts
of different bow!s may have been
Tension of disc stack has slackenes Makesure bowl lock ring is s
on tightly (see page 4/5). Chi
disc count. If neressary, add
spare dise ar compensating
Bowl is damaged and, therefure, out Send bow! to factory or authorized
ofbalance. factory repair shop. Do NOT at-
tempt to make your ownrepairs.
Never weld or soldcr. Bowlis
madeof heat-treated steels.
Neck bearing springs are weak or eplaceall nine neck bearing
broken, springs.
Rall bearings are worn, Replace damaged bearings.
IMPORTANT: When replacing,
use only thehigh precision bal!
bearings as specified in the
Parts List.
‘Troubles Causes Remedies

10.1.4. Gearparts are in badcondition as Clean gear chamber thoroughly

Unevenrun of a result of (see 7.4).
the separator
cont'd.) 1. normal wear, Replace ged gear parts (see
2. premature wear caused by: 8.2 and 8.5).
a) lack of oil
in general, (Change oil (see chapt. 2).
recognized If necessary, changeoil more
b) Gil of too low by blue tem- often,
a viscosity, pering colour
of gear parts
c) metal abrasives present
in the lubricating ai! due
to thefollowing passible
viscosity of oil is too low,
oil has not been changed
in time,
gear chamber has net been
d) replacement of one gear
part only,instead of both Regarding inrush of water, the
parts. following should be kept in mind:
The operating-waterpressure
©) inrush of water because must range between 2.5 and 4 bar.
operating-water pressure
is too high er because Make sure that opérating-water
operating-water valve valve is always closed during
was open for @ longer shut-down of separator.
period after shut-down If necessary, provide a second
of theseparator. shut-off valve.
10.2. Bow! performance (unfold page 10/7)
Troubles Causes Remedies

10.2.1. Nozzle7 in bow! bottom- Setween Remove bow! bottom (see sect.
The bow!fails injection chamber and sealing 4,4). Clean nozzle andinjection
to close. chamber- is clogged or dirt has chamber.
collectedin the injection chamber.
Nozzle 4 in sliding piston, through Removesliding piston(see 4.4).
which the water from the opening Clean nozzle. Make sure not to
chamberflows off,is plugged. enlarge diameter of nozzle bore
(5 mm).
Sludge has deposited at the periph- Disassemble bow! (see 4.4). Clean
ery of the opening chamber. This opening chamber. Replace upper
prevents the pistan fromrising to gasket 2 whichprotects lower
its highestposition. gasket against dirt. If necessary,
replace lower qasket as well.
Check operating water for i=
Gasket2 in distributor or gasket 1 Replace damaged gaskets.
in slidingpiston is damaged, or their
edges have been frayed through the If, however, only the edges of
up- and down-movementofthe pis~ the gaskets are frayedand the
ton, gaskets are not damaged other-
wise, theycan be re-used after
grinding them off with an emery

10.2.2. Gasketsin distributoror in sliding If necessary, stretch gaskets,

Thebowl dees pistondo notfit properly at all
not close points ofthe outer guide surfaces. Prior toinserting gaskets, apply
properly. a thin film of grease ta grooves
in distributororin sliding piston
(ee sect. 4.1, page 4/3 and4/4),
Gasket 5 in bowl top is damaged. Replace damaged gasket (see
Gasket 6 has not beeninserted in Insert gasket.
the bowl! bottam hub.
Sealing surface of sliding piston is Facesealing surface of sliding
damaged. piston(max. 2.5 mm). Be sure
to facethe sealing surface when
slightest traces of erosion become
visible (see 4.2).
Shut-off valve for operating water Install a new shut-off valve.
does not close properly.
Troubles Causes Remedies
10.2.3. Operating-waterpressure is too Check water pressure.If neces-
The bow! does low or fluctuates too much due sary, install operating-water
not open at to tapping waterfor ether pur- line separately to avoid fluctua-
all or not poses. tionsof pressure.
Strainerin waterpressure reducer Clean strainer.
af operating-waterline is dirty.
Gasket8 is out ofplace or swollen, Place gasketproperly or insert
thus hindering the operating-water anew one,
Operating-water line has become Clean operating-water line or
too narrow due to dirt accumulation replaceit.
or darnage.
Dry sludgeor rubber seraps have be- Clean bow!parts (see 7.1). Round
comelodged between guide surfaces off edges of gaskets, Replace
ofdistributorand slidingpiston or damagedgaskets. Grease guide
betweenslidingpiston and baw! surfaces.
Dirt has depositedinthe sealing Disassemble bowl (see sect. 4.4).
chamber. Cleansealing chamber,
10.2.4. Operating-water pressure fluctua- Prevent fluctuations in pressure
Partial de- tes. of more than 0.2 bar, for instance,
sludgings are by installing a separate line or by
irregular. providing a smal! pressurevessel
{about 59 to 109 litres) with a
pressure-contralled pump ahead
of the separator. The operating
water pressure should be 2.5 to
4 bar.
See publication, No. 4279/1170.

10.2.5. The bow! has beenclosed too soon. Clean bowi (see sec. 7.1).
The bow! does Solid particles which could not be Leave operating-water shut-off
not de-sludge ejected have gradually accumulated valve openfor about 19 seconds.
completely. and hardened throughthe long time If necessary,finish up byflush
Partof the of centrifugation. de-sludgings (see 5
sludge remains
in the bowl. Bore in nozzie 4, through which the Reduce diameter of nozzle bore
water fromthe opening chamber ta 1.5 mm,This is done by drilling
flows off, nas become Loo wide due up the nazzie bore to 4 mm, then
to cleaning or erosion. closing it by driving in a pin and
Thesliding piston moves downwards reboring it to size; or reduce dia~
too slowly. Part of the sludge re- meterof nazzle bore by re-tapping
mains in the bowl. to size.
Troubles Causes Remedies

10.2.6. The bow! has been closed too early. Leave operating-water shut-off
Gasket 3 in Solid particles have becomelodged valve open for a longer period.
bow! top betweentopof sliding pistan and
shows pre- gasketin bowl top.
mature wear.
10.2.7. The bow! has not been cleaned Prior ta removing the distribue
The bowl does thoroughly prior to the long-term tor and sliding piston,dissolve
notclose or shut-down of the separator (see the scale with citric acid or
‘open properly 7.5), Scale has farmed between formic acid,
after a long- distributorand sliding piston or Then disassemble the bow! and
term shut-down betweensliding piston and bow! clean it thoroughly (see sect.
of the separa- bottom. 7D.

10.2.8. Reducedischarge pressure.

Overflow of
bowl. Impurities of high density (such Cleandistributor neck.
as rust from tanks and pipe lines)
have deposited in the distributor
neck. Feed to bowl is thus hinder-
ed, resulting in overflow.

Bowland Operating-Water Feed System
shown with regardto possible operating troubles
(see sect. 10.2)

Fig. 10/1

Operating-water pressure: at least 2.5 bar, max. 4.0 bar

Adjust operating-water pressure to 3 bar by means of pressure reducer. While doing this,
solenoid valve must be open.
During partial de-sludgings the operating-water pressure must be kept constant.

Fluctuations up to 0.2 barare permitted.

LD. of operating-waterline: 25 mm (1")


Whenordering parts, please stale the fallowing:

L) Model of the Separator:
2) Serial-No.
Both designations are shown on the name-plate of
the separator, The Serial-No. slso appears on the
rim ofthe sediment. collector.
3} Description of the part to be replaced:
4) Part-No.
Fordetails refer to List of Parts.
The also shownon all major parts.
(only required whenordering baw! par:
The Bow! Serial-No. appears, in larce figures, on |
bow! lockringand onbawl bottom,

Part-Numbers ending withletter"I."(e.g, $158-1021-L) designateparts which are a

different designs far the separator concerned. To ensure correct delivery of these
and Serial-No. of the Separator MUST be stated.
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