1 Displacer type liquid level switch INSTRUTION MNUL ND PRTS LIST DESRIPTION Magnetrol's displacement type level switches offer the industrial user a choice of alarm and control configurations. Each unit utilizes a simple buoyancy principle and are well suited for simple or complex applications, such as foaming or surging liquids or agitated fluids, and usually cost less than other types of level switches. OPERTIN PRINIPLE Standard controls Operation is based upon simple buoyancy, whereby a spring is loaded with weighted displacers which are heavier than the liquid. Immersion of the displacers in the liquid results in buoyancy force change, which moves the spring upward. Since the spring moves only when the level moves on a displacer, spring movement (1) is always a small fraction of the level travel between displacers (2). magnetic sleeve (3) is connected to the spring and operates within a non-magnetic barrier tube (4). Spring movement causes the magnetic sleeve to attract a pivoted magnet (5), actuating a switch mechanism (6) located outside the barrier tube. uilt-in limit stops, prevent over stroking of the spring under level surge conditions. 6 Pivot 4 3 Return spring 5 1 Rising level 2 alling level Proof-er controls The purpose of the proof-er is to check the operation of a displacer control without having to raise the level in the tank. This is accomplished by pulling downward on the proof-er chain. This causes the spring loaded lever arm to lift the switch actuator, simulating a high or high high level condition. When the chain is released, the proof-er returns the actuator to its previous position to resume normal operation. Proof-er floating roof controls The proof-er roof top control is designed for installation on 'barrier' (floating roof) tanks. The control may be furnished with a lead displacer to prevent sparking. stainless steel displacer is required if the control is to actuate in liquid as well as by the barrier.
2 MODEL IDENTIITION complete measuring system consists of: 1. ode for standard models (each unit is factory calibrated to operate on a given specific gravity within the min and the max values listed per model) or 2. ode for floating roof models. 1. ode for standard displacer switches SI MODEL NUMER1. units for LRM use ONLY 1 5 One adjustable set point (fixed narrow differential) 1 5 Two adjustable set points (fixed narrow differentials) 1 5 Three adjustable set points (fixed narrow differentials), specify specific gravity of medium separately 1. units for LRM/PUMP control use 1 0 One adjustable differential 1 0 Two adjustable differentials, specify operating sequence and specific gravity separately (see p. 11 & 12) 1 0 Three adjustable differentials, specify operating sequence and specific gravity separately (see p. 11 & 12) MTERILS O ONSTRUTION (3 m (10') of suspension cable is standard supplied) Spring Trim Process Displacer-clamps/ Magnetic sleeve onstruction onnection cable 316 SST arbon steel 316 SST (1.4401) 400 series SST (1.4401) 316 SST (1.4401) D 316 SST (1.4401) Standard E Inconel 316 SST arbon steel Monel (2.4360) 400 series SST (1.4401) Hastelloy (2.4819) K 316 SST (1.4401) NE (not available L 316 SST (1.4401) arbon steel 316 SST (1.4401) 400 series SST with Proof-er option) ode PROESS ONNETION. threaded E 2 2 1/2" NPT. NSI flanges 3 3" 150 lbs NSI R 4 3" 300 lbs NSI R H 3 4" 150 lbs NSI R H 4 4" 300 lbs NSI R K 3 6" 150 lbs NSI R K 4 6" 300 lbs NSI R. EN/DIN flanges 8 DN 80, PN 16 EN Type 1 8 DN 80, PN 25/40 EN Type 1 1 DN 100, PN 16 EN Type 1 1 DN 100, PN 25/40 EN Type 1 DISPLER MTERIL ND PROO-ER OPTION (for pressure ratings, refer to physical specifications table) without Proof-er can be used for NE models Porcelain 316 SST (1.4401) with low pressure Proof-er ➀ not for NE & not for models D Porcelain E 316 SST (1.4401) with medium pressure Proof-er ➀ not for NE & not for 10-15, models Porcelain H 316 SST (1.4401) ➀ Proof-er is available in carbon steel only SWITH MEHNISM & ENLOSURE Refer to table selections per displacer type (p. 3-4), (p. 4) & (p. 4). 1 complete code for standard models X = product with a specific customer requirement 2
3 2. ode for floating roof models (not for NE constructions) SI MODEL NUMER units for LRM use ONLY 1 5 One adjustable set point (fixed narrow differential) 1 5 Two adjustable set points (fixed narrow differentials) MTERIL O ONSTRUTION (3 m (10') of suspension cable is standard supplied) Spring Trim Process Displacer clamps Magnetic sleeve onstruction onnections and cable Inconel 316 SST (1.4401) arbon steel 316 SST (1.4401) 400 series SST Standard ode PROESS ONNETION size rating (consult factory for EN/DIN flanges). threaded E 2 2 1/2" NPT NSI flanges 3 3" 150 lbs NSI R 4 3" 300 lbs NSI R H 3 4" 150 lbs NSI R H 4 4" 300 lbs NSI R K 3 6" 150 lbs NSI R K 4 6" 300 lbs NSI R P R M DISPLER MTERIL ND PROO-ER OPTION (for pressure ratings, refer to physical specifications table) without Proof-er rass Hollow brass (roof and liquid) ➀ Stainless steel with low pressure Proof-er ➁ Q rass T Hollow brass (roof and liquid) ➀ N Stainless steel SWITH MEHNISM & ENLOSURE Refer to table selections per displacer type (below) & (p. 4) 1 5 complete code for floating roof models X = product with a specific customer requirement ➀ vailable on model 15 only. Suitable for process liquids with S 0,4 and a maximum pressure of 6,9 bar (100 psi) ➁ Proof-er is available in carbon steel only Select electric switch mechanism & enclosure: type displacer switches (see page 4 for switch ratings) Switch and Housing codes for 10 Switch and Housing codes for 15 qty and Weather proof TEX (IP 66) M (IP 66) Weather proof TEX (IP 66) M (IP 66) switch (IP 66) II 2 Ex d II T6 b II 1 EEx ia II T6 II 2 Ex d II T6 b NEM 7/9 (IP 66) II 2 Ex d II T6 b II 1 EEx ia II T6 II 2 Ex d II T6 b NEM 7/9 type cast luminium cast luminium cast luminium cast Iron cast lu. cast luminium cast luminium cast luminium cast Iron cast lu. M20 x 1,5 1" NPT M20 x 1,5 1" NPT M20 x 1,5 1" NPT M20 x 1,5 3/4" NPT 1" NPT M20 x 1,5 1" NPT M20 x 1,5 1" NPT M20 x 1,5 1" NPT M20 x 1,5 3/4" NPT 1" NPT 1 x SPDT 2 K K5 U5 K 2Q Q H K5 U5 KQ 1 x DPDT 8 D N D5 W5 N 8Q DQ J D5 W5 NQ 1 x SPDT 2 K9 9 2T T K5 U5 K 2Q Q H9 9 2S S K5 U5 KQ 1 x DPDT 8 D N9 9 8T DT D5 W5 N 8Q DQ J9 9 8S DS D5 W5 NQ D 1 x SPDT D2 D DK9 D9 - - DK5 DU5 DK D2Q DQ DH9 D9 - - DK5 DU5 DKQ 1 x DPDT D8 DD DN9 D9 - - DD5 DW5 DN D8Q DDQ DJ9 D9 - - DD5 DW5 DNQ HS 1 x SPDT H7 HM2 H H9 - - H3 H4 HM3 H7 HM2 H H9 - - H3 H4 HM3 1 x DPDT H7 HM6 H H9 - - H7 H8 HM7 H7 HM6 H H9 - - H7 H8 HM7 U 1 x SPDT U2 U UK9 U9 U2T UT UK5 UU5 UK U2Q UQ UH9 U9 U2S US UK5 UU5 UKQ 1 x DPDT U8 UD UN9 U9 U8T UDT UD5 UW5 UN U8Q UDQ UJ9 U9 U8S UDS UD5 UW5 UNQ V VS VES V5S VS W 1 x SPDT W2 W WK9 W9 W2T WT WK5 WU5 WK W2Q WQ WH9 W9 W2S WS WK5 WU5 WKQ 1 x DPDT W8 WD WN9 W9 W8T WDT WD5 WW5 WN W8Q WDQ WJ9 W9 W8S WDS WD5 WW5 WNQ X 1 x SPDT X2 X XK9 X9 X2T XT XK5 XU5 XK X2Q XQ XH9 X9 X2S XS XK5 XU5 XKQ 1 x DPDT X8 XD XN9 X9 X8T XDT XD5 XW5 XN X8Q XDQ XJ9 X9 X8S XDS XD5 XW5 XNQ 1 x SPDT K K5 U5 K 2Q Q H K5 U5 KQ 1 x DPDT D N D5 W5 N 8Q DQ J D5 W5 NQ 8 1 x SPDT K K5 8U5 8K 82Q 8Q 8H K5 8U5 8KQ 1 x DPDT 88 8D 8N D5 8W5 8N 88Q 8DQ 8J D5 8W5 8NQ 3
4 Select pneumatic switch mechanism & enclosure: type displacer switches Pneumatic switch type Max supply pressure bar (psi) Max process temperature ( ) leed orifice ø mm (inches) 10 codes 15 codes NEM 3R (IP 53) NEM 3R (IP 53) Series J (open air) 6,9 (100) 200 (400) 1,60 (0.063) J JDE 4,1 (60) 200 (400) 2,39 (0.094) JH JEE Series K (closed circuit) 6,9 (100) 200 (400) KO KOE Select electric switch mechanism & enclosure: type displacer switches (see below for switch ratings) (no pneumatic switch mechanisms available.) Switch ➀ Type Weather proof (IP 66) TEX (IP 66) M (IP 66) II 2 Ex d II T6 b II 1 EEx ia II T6 II 2 Ex d II T6 b NEM 7/9 cast luminium cast luminium cast luminium cast Iron cast lu. M20 x 1,5 1" NPT M20 x 1,5 1" NPT M20 x 1,5 1" NPT M20 x 1,5 3/4" NPT 1" NPT D U W X 8 SPDT 4 L9 D9 L5 V5 L DPDT 1 E P9 9 O5 Y5 O SPDT 4 L9 D9 4T T L5 V5 L DPDT 1 E P9 9 1T ET O5 Y5 O SPDT D4 D DL9 DD9 DL5 DV5 DL DPDT D1 DE DP9 D9 DO5 DY5 DO SPDT U4 U UL9 UD9 U4T UT UL5 UV5 UL DPDT U1 UE UP9 U9 U1T UET UO5 UY5 UO SPDT W4 W WL9 WD9 W4T WT WL5 WV5 WL DPDT W1 WE WP9 W9 W1T WET WO5 WY5 WO SPDT X4 X XL9 XD9 X4T XT XL5 XV5 XL DPDT X1 XE XP9 X9 X1T XET XO5 XY5 XO SPDT L9 D9 L5 V5 L DPDT H E P9 9 O5 Y5 O SPDT L9 8D9 8L5 8V5 8L DPDT 81 8E 8P9 89 8O5 8Y5 8O ➀ Proximity switches (switch type V) are available, consult factory for proper ordering information. Select electric switch mechanism & enclosure: type displacer switches (see below for switch ratings) (no pneumatic switch mechanisms available.) Switch Type Weather proof (IP 66) cast luminium M (IP 66) NEM 7/9 cast luminium M20 x 1,5 1" NPT 1 NPT O Q SPDT O6 O OM DPDT O1 OE OK SPDT Q6 Q QM DPDT Q1 QE QK VILLE SWITH MEHNISMS Type of switch module ➀ Max. Process Temp. ➁ Switch ratings res. ➂ 24 V D 240 V 120 V ode Micro switch max 120 (250 ) / Q ➄ Micro switch max 230 (450 ) / O ➄ Micro switch - D current max 120 (250 ) D Micro switch with gold alloy contacts max 120 (250 ) 1 1 U Hermetically sealed micro switch max 260 (500 ) HS ➃ Hermetically sealed micro switch with silver plated contacts max 230 (450 ) W Hermetically sealed micro switch with gold plated contacts max 230 (450 ) 0,5 0,5 0,5 X Proximity switch - type SJ 3.5 SN max 100 (210 ) N N N V Pneumatic bleed type (open air) max 200 (400 ) N N N J Pneumatic non bleed type (closed circuit) max 200 (400 ) N N N K Hermetically sealed micro switch max 260 (500 ) 4 2,5 Hermetically sealed micro switch max 260 (500 ) ➀ or applications with heavy vibration, consult factory for suited switch modules. ➁ Max process temperature is specified at 40 (100 ) ambient temperature and for non condensing applications. ➂ or more details - see bulletin E ➃ or condensing applications, max process temperature is down-rated to 200 ( (100 ) ambient. ➄ Q and O are the equivalent switch modules for models 10/15. 4
5 INSTLLTION UNPKIN Unpack the instrument carefully. Make sure all components have been removed from the packing material. Inspect all components for damage. Report any concealed damage to the carrier withing 24 hours. heck the contents of the packing slip and report any discrepancies to the factory. heck the nameplate model number to be sure it agrees with the packing slip and purchase order. heck and record the serial number for future reference when ordering parts. UTION: If re-shipping to another location, displacer assembly must again be secured using same strap and wire assembly. fter unpacking, inspect all components to see that no damage has occurred during shipment. These units are in conformity with the provisions of: 1. Directive 94/9/E for Equipment or protective system for use in potentially explosive atmospheres. E-type examination certificate number ISSeP01TEX027X (intrinsic safe units) or ISSeP09TEX024X (Ex d units). 2. The PED directive 97/23/E (pressure equipment directive). Safety accessories per category IV module H1. HNDLIN Nameplate: - part number - serial n UTION: The threaded connection link protruding from the head assembly is extremely fragile. DO NOT handle or place in a position such that any amount of force is placed on the stem. Proper operation of the control requires that the stem is not damaged or bent. MOUNTIN UTION: Displacer spring and stem are fragile. Do not drop displacers into tank. Hand feed cable into position to avoid bending stem. djust the displacers on the displacer cable for the desired switch actuating levels. (Instruction tag attached to cable.) Screw displacer cable fitting to threaded connection link protruding from the underside of control. e sure there are no tubes, rods, or other obstacles in the tank or vessel to interfere with the operation of the displacers. No guides into the tank are necessary unless liquid turbulence is excessive, in which case a "guided pipe" or tube should be at least 25 mm larger than the displacer diameter, open at the bottom end and with several vent holes located above the maximum high level of the liquid. heck installation of pipe or tube to be certain it is plumb. IMPORTNT: efore attaching Magnetrol control to tank or vessel, check with level to see that tank mounting flange or spud is horizontal. Proper operation of the control depends on the switch housing being plumb. WIRIN NOTE: If control is equipped with pneumatic switch mechanism, disregard these instruction and refer to instruction bulletin on mechanism furnished for air (or gas) connections. Most Magnetrol control switch housings are designed to provide 360 positioning of cable entry by loosening the set screw(s) located under the housing base. Diagrams of the control's internal electrical circuits (switching action between terminals) will be found in the switch mechanism instruction bulletin included. On high temperature applications [above 120 (250 )] high temperature wire should be used between control and first junction box located in a cooler area. Supply wires (conductors) are brought into the switch housing, wrapped around the enclosing tube under the baffle plate and then brought up to the proper terminals. Excess wire should be positioned so as not to interfere with switch mechanism or housing cover. Some controls are furnished with an explosion proof (cast) switch housing or a vapor tight (gasketed) type. These housings are used in hazardous locations or when liquid temperature is so low that excessive condensation and frosting of switch parts is likely. fter wiring connections have been completed, explosion proof housings must be "sealed" at the conduit outlet with suitable compound or "dope" to prevent entrance of air. heck cover to base fit on explosion proof and vapor tight housings to be certain gasketed joint is tight. positive seal is necessary to prevent infiltration of moisture laden air or corrosive gases into switch housing. onnect power supply to control and test switch action by varying liquid level. If switch mechanism fails to function, check vertical alignment of control and consult installation bulletin on mechanism furnished. 5
6 INSTLLTION OSERVE LL PPLILE ELETRIL ODES ND PROPER WIRIN PROEDURES ast aluminium - Weatherproof - TEX - M ast iron - TEX over locking screw (TEX flameproof only) Locking screw Screw Set Screw Screw UTION: - DO NOT attempt to reposition cast aluminium housings without loosening the set screws; cast iron TEX housings MY NOT E REPOSITIONED. LWYS retighten the set screw(s) after repositioning. - DO NOT attempt to unscrew the cover of TEX flameproof housings before loosening the locking screw. LWYS retighten the locking screw after replacing the cover. PREVENTIVE MINTENNE If the following sections on "What to do" and "what to avoid" are observed, your Magnetrol instrument will operate reliably. WHT TO DO 1. Keep control clean e sure the switch housing cover is always in place on the control. This cover is designed to keep dust and dirt from interfering with switch mechanism operation. In addition, it protects against damaging moisture and acts as a safety feature by keeping bare wires and terminals from being exposed. Should the housing cover become damaged or misplaced, order a replacement immediately. 2. Inspect switch mechanisms, terminals and connections monthly Dry contacts switches should be inspected for excessive wear on actuating lever or misalignment of adjustment screw at point of contact between screw and lever. Such conditions can cause false switch actuating levels. djust switch mechanism to compensate (if possible) or replace switch. DO NOT operate your control with defective or maladusted switch mechanisms (refer to bulletin on switch mechanism furnished for service instructions). Magnetrol controls may sometimes be exposed to excessive heat or moisture. Under such conditions, insulation on electrical wires may become brittle, eventually breaking or peeling away. The resulting "bare" wires can cause short circuits. heck wiring carefully and replace at first sign of brittle insulation. Vibration may sometimes cause terminal screws to work loose. heck all terminal connections to be certain that screws are tight. ir (or gas) operating medium lines, subjected to vibration, may eventually crack or become loose at connections causing leakage. heck lines and connections carefully and repair or replace, if necessary. WHT TO VOID 1. NEVER leave switch housing cover of the control longer than necessary to make routing inspections. 2. NEVER use lubricants on pivots of switch mechanisms. sufficient amount of lubricant has been applied at the factory to insure a lifetime of service. urther oiling is unnecessary and will only tend to attract dust and dirt which can interfere with mechanism operation. 3. NEVER attempt to make adjustments or replace switches without reading instructions carefully. ertain adjustments provided for in Magnetrol controls should not be attempted in the field. When in doubt, consult the factory or your local Magnetrol representative. 4. NEVER attempt to readjust magnetic attraction sleeves which are factory set. Tampering may cause failure of control while in service even though manual operation actuates switches. 6
7 TROULESHOOTIN Usually the first indication of improper operation is failure of the controlled equipment to function pump will not start (or stop), signal lamps fail to light, etc. When these symptoms occur, whether at time of installation or during routing service thereafter, check the following external causes first. uses may be blown. Reset button(s) may need resetting. Power switch may be open. ontrolled equipment may be faulty. Stem may be bent causing hang-up. Wiring (or medium lines) leading to control may be defective. If a thorough inspection of these possible conditions fails to locate the trouble, proceed next to a check of the control's switch mechanism. 1. Pull disconnect switch or otherwise assure that electrical circuit(s) through the control is deactivated. 2. Remove switch housing cover. 3. Swing magnet assembly in and out by hand, checking carefully for any sign of binding. ssembly should require no force, however slight, to move it through its full swing. 4. If binding exists, magnet may be rubbing enclosing tube or pivot sockets may be overly tight. Readjust pivot sockets as required until a slight amount of side play is evident. If magnet is rubbing, loosen magnet clamp screw and shift magnet position. 5. If switch magnet assembly swings freely and mechanism still fails to actuate, check installation of control to be certain it is within the specified three (3 ) degrees of vertical (use spirit level on side of enclosing tube in two places, 90 apart). NOTE: s a matter of good practice, spare switches should be kept on hand at all times. If switch mechanism is operating satisfactorily, a test of the complete control's performance is the next likely step. 1. Reconnect power supply and carefully actuate switch mechanism manually (using a non-conductive tool on electrical switch mechanism) to dertermine whether controlled equipment will operate. UTION: With electrical power "on" care should be taken to avoid contact with switch leads and connections at terminal block 2. If controlled equipment responds to manual actuation test, trouble may be located in level sensing portion of the control (displacers, spring, stem and magnetic attracting sleeve. NOTE: heck first to be certain liquid is entering tank or vessel. valve may be closed or pipe line plugged. 3. With liquid in tank or vessel, proceed to check level sensing action by removing switch housing assembly. UTION: e certain to pull disconnect switch or otherwise assure that electrical circuit(s) through control is deactivated. lose operating medium supply valve on controls equipped with pneumatic switch mechanisms.. Disconnect wiring from supply side of switch mechanism(s) and remove electrical conduit or operating medium line connections to switch housing.. Relieve pressure from tank or vessel and allow unit to cool.. Remove switch housing assembly by loosening set screw located immediately below housing base. 4. With switch housing assembly removed, inspect attracting sleeve and inside of enclosing tube for excessive corrosion or solids build-up which could restrict movement, preventing sleeve from reaching field of switch magnet. 5. If trouble is still not located, proceed to remove the entire sensing unit from the tank or vessel by unbolting head flange or unscrewing mounting bushing. Inspect displacer assembly and all internal parts for any signs of damage. heck assembly for binding by supporting head flange or mounting bushing over the edge of a bench and move displacer assembly by hand. NOTE: When in doubt about the condition or performance of a Magnetrol control, return it to the factory. See "Our Service Policy" on page 16. ENY PPROVLS gency pproval TEX E ➀ M M/S ➁ II 2 Ex d II T6 b, flameproof enclosure II 1 EEx ia II T6, intrinsically safe Explosion proof and intrinsically safe lass I, Div. 1, roups & D lass II, Div. 1, roups E, &, Type NEM 7/9 Non-Hazardous area Explosion proof area roups,, D, E, & Type NEM 4X/7/9 IE Exd II T6 LRS Lloyds Register of Shipping (marine applications) Russian uthorisation Standards ➁ Other approvals are available, consult factory for more details ➀ or E approved units, use the TEX model numbers. ➁ onsult factory for proper model numbers and classifications 7
8 OPERTIN SEQUENES Series 10 units are factory calibrated with a choice of switch operating sequence. When ordering 10 units, an operating sequence and specific gravity MUST be provided. Series 10 LRM: Top switch, narrow differential fixed ONTROL: ottom switch, differential adjustable ONTROL: Top switch, differential adjustable LRM: ottom switch, narrow differential fixed ONTROL: Top switch, differential adjustable ONTROL: ottom switch, differential adjustable rrangement N 1 rrangement N 2 rrangement N 3 ONTROL: Top switch, differential adjustable ONTROL: Top switch, differential adjustable ONTROL: ottom switch, differential adjustable ONTROL: ottom switch, differential adjustable rrangement N 4 rrangement N 5 Series 15 LRM: Top switch, narrow differential fixed LRM: ottom switch, narrow differential fixed 8
9 OPERTIN SEQUENES cont. Series 10 units are factory calibrated with a choice of switch operating sequence. When ordering 10 units, an operating sequence and specific gravity MUST be provided. Series 10 Upper switch Middle switch Lower switch Upper switch Middle switch Lower switch Upper switch Middle switch Lower switch rrangement rrangement rrangement Upper switch narrow diff. fixed Middle switch Lower switch Upper switch Middle switch Lower switch narrow diff. fixed Lower switch diff. adj. Upper switch narrow diff. fixed Middle switch Upper switch diff. adj. Middle switch Lower switch narrow diff. fixed rrangement D rrangement E rrangement rrangement Series 15 Upper switch narrow diff. fixed Middle switch narrow diff. fixed Lower switch narrow diff. fixed 9
10 TUTIN LEVELS 10/15 Standard actuating levels & liquid specific gravity mm (divide by 25.4 for inch values). Porcelain Type Stainless steel Liquid temp Rising Rising alling alling Standard actuating levels & liquid specific gravity mm (divide by 25.4 for inch values). P. Type SST Liquid 15 temp D D D D Standard actuating levels & liquid specific gravity mm (divide by 25.4 for inch values). Model 10 rrgmt.,,, E & 10 rrgmt. D & 10 rrgmt.,,, E & 10 rrgmt. D & Type SST Porc. SST Porc. SST Porc. SST Porc. Liquid 10 arrangements,,, E,, D & temp D D D D D D D D D D Rising alling Rising alling D 10 rrangement, & rrangement rrangement E & D & D 10
11 TUTIN LEVELS cont. 15 Standard actuating levels & liquid specific gravity mm (divide by 25.4 for inch values). Porc. SST Porc. SST Porc. Type Liquid temp ( ) D E D E D E to ( to ) Rising alling Rising alling D Rising E alling 15 SPEII RITY LIMITS 10/15 Not for floating roof models. P.N. Liquid temp. Series thru E, J & K switches code Porcelain SST to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to /15 Not for floating roof models. Part no. Liquid temp. Series thru E switches code Porcelain SST to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to /15 Part no. Liquid temp. Series thru E switches code Porcelain SST to to to to to to to onsult factory for high temperatures. 11
12 DIMENSIONS IN mm (inches) Models 10/15/10/15 Threaded mounting Models 10/15/10/15 langed mounting Models 10/15 Threaded mounting Models 10/15 langed mounting X X X X Y Y Y Y W Z 80 (3.15) min. V Z W Outside Ø 73 (2.87) min. V W Z 80 (3.15) min. V Z W Outside Ø 73 (2.87) V min. Housing type Models V W ø X Y mm inches mm inches mm inches mm inches Z 10 Weatherproof - M (NEM 7/9) - TEX (ast lu) 15 with HS-switch excl. HS-switch Weatherproof 10 / llow 200 mm (7.87") overhead clearance / ll housings are 360 rotatable TEX (ast Iron) 10 / 15 / 10 / Pneumatics Switch Module J Pneumatics Switch Module K M20 x 1,5 (*) or 1" NPT (2 entries - 1 plugged) (*) not for M (NEM 7/9) M20 x 1,5 or 3/4" NPT (single entry - 2 entries at request) /4" NPT (1 entry) /4" NPT (2 entries) Min. distance between mounting connection and top of displacer Threaded langed Models Displacer Type mm inches mm inches 10 Porcelain Stainless steel Porcelain Stainless steel Porcelain Stainless steel Porcelain Stainless steel Porcelain Stainless steel Porcelain Stainless steel
13 Models 10/15/10/15 - Standard models DIMENSIONS IN mm (inches) cont Porcelain 184 (7.24) 92 (3.62) ø 65 (2.56) 184 (7.24) ø 65 (2.56) 127 (5.00) 127 (5.00) 127 (5.00) ø 65 (2.56) 184 (7.24) 127 (5.00) ø 65 (2.56) Stainless steel 229 (9.00) 114 (4.50) ø 64 (2.50) 229 (9.00) ø 64 (2.50) 152 (6.00) 152 (6.00) 152 (6.00) ø 64 (2.50) 267 (10.50) 152 (6.00) ø 64 (2.50) Models 10 & 15 - Standard models 10 operating sequence 15 operating sequence rrangements (see page 9) D E Stainless steel Porcelain D D E 163 (6.42) 127 (5.00) 92 (3.62) D 291 (11.44) E 219 (8.64) Note: ll displacers ø 65 (2.56). rrangements (see page 9) D E H H J 184 (7.24) 163 (6.42) 127 (5.00) ø 65 (2.56) 229 (9.00) 191 (7.50) J 152 (6.00) 152 (6.00) 114 (4.50) H 305 (12.00) J 229 (9.00) Note: ll displacers ø 64 (2.50). ø 64 (2.50) 13
15 DIMENSIONS IN mm (inches) cont. Proof-er 9 m (30') able assembly 9 m (30') able assembly Threaded: 126 (4.96) langed: 171 (6.74) 15
16 REPLEMENT PRTS Partn : Digit in partn : X Serial n : See nameplate, always provide complete partn and serial n when ordering spares. X = product with a specific customer requirement UTION: Location of magnetic sleeve(s) must be maintained for proper switch actuation. Do NOT attempt to alter differential of control by repositioning jam nuts Typical single switch model (threaded connection) Typical dual switch model (flanged connection) Typical model with Proof-er and floating roof displacer (threaded connection) Typical model with Proof-er and floating roof displacer (flanged connection) 16
17 REPLEMENT PRTS cont. Switch and housing reference Switch type ulletin,, D, U,, O, Q, W, X E HS E J E K E Housing E (1) Enclosing tube Replacement part Housing type Model (digits 1, 2 & 3) or or 15 ast aluminium housing for electric switch ast iron housing for electric switch not applicable Pneumatic switch housing not applicable Replacement part (2) Enclosing tube gasket (4) Mounting bushing consult factory (5) Proof-er cable kit [cable length = 9 m (30 ft)] (3) Spring, stem and attraction sleeve kit Digit 4 Digit 7 Replacement part Model (digits 1, 2 & 3) or or 15, E, or L or, D or K consult factory all all except and consult factory Digit 4 (6) able kit [cable length = 3 m (10 ft)] Replacement part Model (digits 1, 2 & 3) ,, D, K or L E (7) Displacer + cable kit [cable length = 3 m (10 ft)] Digit 4 Digit 7 Replacement part Model (digits 1, 2 & 3) , D or , E or H ,, D, K M or N consult factory consult factory or L P or Q not applicable not applicable not applicable R or T not applicable E or all consult factory 17
20 IMPORTNT SERVIE POLIY Owners of Magnetrol products may request the return of a control; or, any part of a control for complete rebuilding or replacement. They will be rebuilt or replaced promptly. Magnetrol International will repair or replace the control, at no cost to the purchaser, (or owner) other than transportation cost if: a. Returned within the warranty period; and, b. The factory inspection finds the cause of the malfunction to be defective material or workmanship. If the trouble is the result of conditions beyond our control; or, is NOT covered by the warranty, there will be charges for labour and the parts required to rebuild or replace the equipment. In some cases, it may be expedient to ship replacement parts; or, in extreme cases a complete new control, to replace the original equipment before it is returned. If this is desired, notify the factory of both the model and serial numbers of the control to be replaced. In such cases, credit for the materials returned, will be determined on the basis of the applicability of our warranty. No claims for misapplication, labour, direct or consequential damage will be allowed. RETURNED MTERIL PROEDURE So that we may efficiently process any materials that are returned, it is essential that a Return Material uthorisation (RM) form will be obtained from the factory. It is mandatory that this form will be attached to each material returned. This form is available through Magnetrolʼs local representative or by contacting the factory. Please supply the following information: 1. Purchaser Name 2. Description of Material 3. Serial Number and Ref Number 4. Desired ction 5. Reason for Return 6. Process details ny unit that was used in a process must be properly cleaned in accordance with the proper health and safety standards applicable by the owner, before it is returned to the factory. material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) must be attached at the outside of the transport crate or box. ll shipments returned to the factory must be by prepaid transportation. Magnetrol will not accept collect shipments. ll replacements will be shipped Ex Works. UNDER RESERVE O MODIITIONS ULLETIN N : E EETIVE: PRIL 2012 SUPERSEDES: May ENELUX RNE DEUTSHLND Heikensstraat 6, 9240 Zele, elgië -elgique Tel. +32 (0) ax. +32 (0) lte Ziegelei 2-4, D Overath Tel. +49 (0)2204 / ax. +49 (0)2204 / INDI -20 ommunity entre, Janakpuri, New Delhi Tel. +91 (11) ax +91 (11) ITLI Via rese 12, I Milano Tel ax U..E. DZ Office 5E 722 PO ox Dubai Tel ax UNITED Unit 1 Regent usiness entre, Jubilee Road urgess Hill West Sussex RH 15 9TL KINDOM Tel. +44 (0) ax +44 (0)
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