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The basic principle of operation is as follows On the suction stroke INSTALLATION. of the first stage piston s air at atmospheric pressure enters the. cylinders through the inlet filter s and then the inlet valves located. SELECTING A LOCATION, in the head On the compression stroke of the first stage piston s. the air is compressed to an intermediate pressure and discharged ELECTRIC MOTOR UNITS For most electric motor units select a. through the discharge valves s into common manifold s From the relatively clean and dry well lighted indoor area with plenty of space. manifold s the air passes through the intercooler tubes where the for proper ventilation cooling air flow and accessibility Provide. heat of first stage compression is removed On the suction stroke of 1 000 cubic feet of fresh air per 5 horsepower Locate the unit at. the second stage piston this cooled air enters the second stage least 15 inches 38 cm from walls and make sure the main power. cylinder through the inlet valve The compression stroke of the supply is clearly identified and accessible. second stage piston compresses the air to the final discharge Unless the electrical components of the unit are specially protected. pressure and forces it out through the discharge valve into the for outdoor use do not install an electric motor unit outdoors or in. receiver tank or system If cooling of the discharge air is required an area that will expose the electrical components to rain snow or. an air cooled aftercooler should be installed between the sources of appreciable moisture. compressor discharge and the receiver tank or system. For maintaining the receiver tank or system air pressure within WARNING FOR UNITS EQUIPPED. predetermined limits the compressor may be operated with. WITH ELECTRIC DRAIN VALVE, automatic start stop control or constant speed control regulation. The type of regulation used depends upon the application WARNING The electric drain valve incorporates arcing or. sparking parts such as snap switches receptacles, ADDITIONAL REFERENCES and the like that tend to produce arcs or sparks. Unless otherwise stated dimensions weights and measurements and therefore when located in a garage the. are provided in standard U S measure followed in parentheses by compressor should be in a room or enclosure. the metric conversion Any torque values given are stated in inch or provided for the purpose or the electric drain. foot pounds followed by the Newton meter equivalent in valve should be 18 inches 457 mm or more above. parentheses Electrical characteristics are given in the floor. voltage phase hertz, GASOLINE ENGINE UNITS For gasoline engine units keep the. RECEIPT INSPECTION engine at least 3 feet 1 m away from building walls and other. equipment Install the unit in a location with plenty of space for. Ensure adequate lifting equipment is available for unloading and proper ventilation cooling air flow and accessibility Do not install or. moving the unit to the installation site operate a gasoline engine unit in a confined area. NOTE Lifting equipment must be properly rated for the AMBIENT TEMPERATURE CONSIDERATIONS Ideal operating. weight of the unit temperatures are between 32 F and 100 F 0 C and 37 8 C If. CAUTION Lift the unit by the shipping skid only Do not use temperatures consistently drop below 32 F 0 C install the. the motor lifting eye to lift the entire unit The motor compressor in a heated area If this is not possible you must. lifting eye is for removing the motor from the unit protect safety relief valves and drain valves from freezing If. only temperatures are consistently below 40 F 4 4 C consider. installing an external crankcase heater kit especially if the. CAUTION Do not work on or walk under the unit while it is. compressor has difficulty starting, CAUTION Never operate the compressor in temperatures.
below 15 F 26 1 C or above 125 F 51 0 C, Before signing the delivery receipt inspect for damage and missing. HUMID AREAS In frequently humid areas moisture may form in. parts If damage or missing parts are apparent make the. the pump and produce sludge in the lubricant causing running parts. appropriate notation on the delivery receipt then sign the receipt. to wear out prematurely Excessive moisture is especially likely to. Immediately contact the carrier for an inspection, occur if the unit is located in an unheated area that is subject to. All material must be held in the receiving location for the carrier s large temperature changes. inspection, Two signs of excessive humidity are external condensation on the. Delivery receipts that have been signed without a notation of pump when it cools down and a milky appearance in petroleum. damage or missing parts are considered to be delivered clear lubricant. Subsequent claims are then considered to be concealed damage. You may be able to prevent moisture from forming in the pump by. claims Settle damage claims directly with the transportation. increasing ventilation operating for longer intervals or installing an. external crankcase heater kit, If you discover damage after receiving the unit concealed damage. NOISE CONSIDERATIONS Consult local officials for information. the carrier must be notified within 15 days of receipt and an. regarding acceptable noise levels in your area To reduce excessive. inspection must be requested by telephone with confirmation in. noise use vibration isolator pads or intake silencers relocate the. writing On concealed damage claims the burden of establishing. unit or construct total enclosures or baffle walls. that the unit was damaged in transit reverts back to the claimant. Read the unit nameplate to verify it is the model ordered and read. the motor nameplate to verify it is compatible with your electrical. conditions Make sure electrical enclosures and components are. appropriate for the installation environment,http air irco com.
MOUNTING Typical Remote Air Inlet Piping, WARNING Remove the unit from the skid before mounting. ELECTRIC MOTOR UNITS Bolt the unit to a firm level foundation. such as a concrete floor Do not bolt uneven feet tightly to the. foundation as this will cause excessive stress on the receiver tank. Use metal shims under the short feet if necessary, Typical Permanent Mounting Customer Supplied Hardware. SUPPORT AIR INLET,Direct to compressor,air intake if distance FILTER. is less than 6 feet,INTAKE HOSE TEE,DRAIN VALVE, GASOLINE ENGINE UNITS Bolt the unit to a firm level. foundation Do not bolt uneven feet tightly to the foundation as this. will cause excessive stress on the receiver tank Use metal shims. under the short feet if necessary Gasoline engine units mounted INSTALLING DISCHARGE PIPING. on truck beds must be fastened securely without applying excessive WARNING Do not use plastic pipe soldered copper fittings. stress on the receiver tank We recommend installing a vibration rubber hose or lead tin soldered joints anywhere in. isolator kit with gasoline engine models the compressed air system. CAUTION If you will be using synthetic compressor lubricant. INSTALLING REMOTE AIR INLET PIPING all downstream piping material and system. CAUTION Do not operate the unit without air inlet filtration components must be compatible Refer to the. following material compatibility list If there are. If the air around the unit is relatively free of dirt install the air inlet. incompatible materials present in your system or if. filter at the inlet connection at the pump If the air is dirty pipe the. there are materials not included in the list contact. filter to a source of clean air Use PVC plastic tubes for remote inlet. Ingersoll Rand for recommendations, piping Do not use black pipe or galvanized pipe as these promote.
sweating and rust Consider installing an in line type filter for ease. SYNTHETIC COMPRESSOR LUBRICANT, of cleaning and replacement Make the line as short and direct as. possible and as large or larger than the diameter of the inlet MATERIAL COMPATIBILITY LIST. connection on the pump Do not install piping with a diameter lower SUITABLE. than that of the pump intake, Viton Teflon Epoxy Glass Filled Oil Resistant Alkyd Fluorosilicone. Increase the pipe diameter one size for every 10 feet 3 m of length Fluorocarbon Polysulfide 2 Component Urethane Nylon Delrin. or every 90 bend Make sure the piping is adequately braced Celcon High Nitrile Rubber Buna N NBR more than 36 Acrylonitrile. Polyurethane Polyethylene Epichlorohydrin Polyacrylate Melamine. If you pipe the filter outdoors cover it with a hood to prevent the Polypropylene Baked Phenolics Epoxy Modified Alkyds. entrance of rain or snow indicates trademark of DuPont Corporation. Heavy duty filter elements and filtration equipment are available for NOT RECOMMENDED. fine airborne dust such as cement and rock dust Neoprene Natural Rubber SBR Rubber Acrylic Paint Lacquer Varnish. Polystyrene PVC ABS Polycarbonate Cellulose Acetate Low Nitrile. Rubber Buna N NBR less than 36 Acrylonitrile EPDM Ethylene Vinyl. Acetate Latex EPR Acrylics Phenoxy Polysulfones Styrene Acrylonitrile. NOTE All compressed air systems generate condensate. which accumulates in any drain point e g tanks,filters drip legs aftercoolers dryers This. condensate contains lubricating oil and or,substances which may be regulated and must be. disposed of in accordance with local state and,federal laws and regulations.
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS The piping fittings air receiver tank. etc must be certified safe for at least the maximum working. pressure of the unit Use hard welded or threaded steel or copper. pipes and cast iron fittings that are certified safe for the unit s. discharge pressure and temperature DO NOT USE PVC PLASTIC. IN THE COMPRESSED AIR DISCHARGE LINE Use pipe thread. sealant on all threads and make up joints tightly to prevent air. http air irco com, CONDENSATE DISCHARGE PIPING If installing a condensate PRESSURE SWITCH On units without a factory installed pressure. discharge line the piping must be at least one size larger than the switch wire a pressure switch in accordance with the appropriate. connection as short and direct as possible secured tightly and wiring schematic in the DIAGRAMS section of this manual Mount. routed to a suitable drain point or waste container Condensate the pressure switch in accordance with the manufacturer s. must be disposed of in accordance with local state and federal recommendations The connecting line to the receiver tank must be. laws and regulations as short and direct as possible and certified safe for at least the. maximum working pressure of the unit, WARNING If an aftercooler check valve block valve or any. other restriction is added to the compressor, discharge install a properly sized ASME approved CONNECTING A BATTERY GASOLINE ENGINE UNITS. safety relief valve between the compressor NOTE If you will be making connections to a remote. discharge and the restriction battery the engine on the compressor unit must be. equipped with an alternator, INSTALLING ELECTRICAL WIRING ELECTRIC MOTOR BATTERY A 12 volt battery with a minimum current rating of 250. UNITS CCA cold cranking amps and minimum ampere hour rating of 24. WARNING Electrical installation and service should be Ah should be sufficient for cranking most electric start engines. performed by a qualified electrician who is familiar BATTERY CABLES Refer to the following table for size and length. with all applicable local state and federal laws and recommendations. regulations Cable Maximum, GENERAL The motor rating as shown on the motor nameplate Size GA Length.
and the power supply must have compatible voltage phase and 6 5 1 5 m. 4 7 2 5 2 1 m,hertz characteristics,2 12 3 6 m, WIRE SIZE The electrical wiring between the power supply and CONNECTION PROCEDURES. electric motor varies according to motor horsepower and other. 1 Connect the battery positive cable A to the starter solenoid. factors Install adequately sized power leads to protect against. terminal B, excessive voltage drop during start up Refer to the National. Electric Code NEC for information on selecting the proper wire. size and securing electrical connections If you connect additional. electrical equipment to the same circuit consider the total electrical. load when selecting the proper wire size DO NOT USE. UNDERSIZE WIRE, If wire size information is not available the wire sizes shown in the. following wire selection chart can be used as a safe guide if the. distance does not exceed 50 feet 15 3 m For longer distances. consult and electrical contractor or the local electric company for. recommendations,MOTOR SINGLE THREE, 2 Connect the battery negative cable C to the bolt shown in the. HP PHASE PHASE following illustration Secure the wire in place by screwing a. 115V 230V 200V 230V 460V 575V suitably sized nut onto the bolt and down onto the terminal. 1 12 14 14 14 14 14,Kohler Honda,1 5 10 14 14 14 14 14.
2 8 14 14 14 14 14,3 8 12 14 14 14 14,5 4 8 10 12 14 14. 7 5 6 8 10 14 14,10 8 8 12 14,15 4 6 10 10,20 3 4 8 10. 25 1 2 6 8 Kawasaki Ingersoll Rand,30 0 1 6 8, MAGNETIC STARTER If the motor installed on your unit has a. motor reset button it does not require a magnetic starter If the. motor does not have this button and the unit does not have a. factory installed starter install a magnetic starter with thermal. overload protection Follow the manufacturer s instructions for. Ingersoll Rand We recommend you retain this manual and all publications provided with your air compressor in a location which is accessible to all personnel who operate and service your compressed air equipment APPLICATION Ingersoll Rand s standard two stage lubricated air compressors are single acting air cooled machines Typical

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