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ROOTS TP

BLOWER
INSTALLATION,
OPERATION &
MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTION
ISSUE 09.04

UKA MAKNE TH. HR. LTD. T.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Foreword ..3
Safety Precautons .4
Installaton 6
Electrcal .................7
Startup Checklst 7
Mantenance ...9
Troubleshootng 10
Sectonal and Constructon Drawng/Part Lst of Model LT-40 .11
Sectonal and Constructon Drawng/Part Lst of Model LT-50~65 ..12
Sectonal and Constructon Drawng/Part Lst of Model LT-80~150 .13
Sectonal and Constructon Drawng/Part Lst of Model LT-200~250 .............14
Sectonal and Constructon Drawng/Part Lst of Model LT-300~350 ..15

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FOREWORD
Longtech roots blowers are the result of advanced engneerng and sklled manufacturng. To
be assured of recevng maxmum servce from ths equpment the owner must exercse care
n ts operaton and mantenance. Ths manual s wrtten to gve the operator and
mantenance personnel essental nformaton for day-to-day operaton, mantenance and
adjustment. Careful adherence to these nstructons wll result n economcal operaton and
mnmum downtme.

DANGER
WARNING
CAUTION
NOTICE

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Danger s used to ndcate the presence of a hazard whch


wll cause severe personal njury, death, or substantal
property damage f the warnng s gnored.
Warnng s used to ndcate the presence of a hazard
whch can cause severe personal njury, death, or
substantal property damage f the warnng s gnored.
Cauton s used to ndcate the presence of a hazard whch
wll or can cause mnor personal njury or property
damage f the warnng s gnored.
Notce s used to notfy people of nstallaton, operaton or
mantenance nformaton whch s mportant but not
hazard-related.

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Safety s everybody s busness and s based on your used of good common sense. All
stuatons or crcumstances cannot always be predcted and covered by establshed rules.
Therefore, use your past experence, watch out for safety hazards and be cautous. Some
general safety precautons are as follows:

DANGER
Falure to observe these notces could result n njury to or death of personnel.

Keep fngers and clothng away from blower nlet and dscharge ports,
revolvng belts, sheaves, pulleys, etc.

Do not use the ar dscharge form ths unt for breathng not sutable
for human consumpton.

Do not loosen or remove the ol fller plug, dran plugs, covers, or break
any connecton, etc., n the blower ar or ol system untl the unt s shut
down and the ar pressure has been releved.

Electrcal shock can and may be fatal.

Blower unt must be grounded n accordance wth the Local Electrcal


Code. A ground jumper equal to the sze of the equpment ground
conductor must be used to connect the blower motor base to the unt
base.

Open man dsconnect swtch, tag and lockout before workng on the
control.

Dsconnect the blower unt from ts power source, tag and lockout
before workng on the unt the equpment may be automatcally
controlled and may start at any tme.

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WARNING
Falure to observe these notces could result n damage to equpment.

Stop the unt f any repars or adjustments on or around the blower are
requred.

Dsconnect the blower unt from ts power source, tag and lockout
before workng on the unt the equpment may be automatcally
controlled and may start at any tme.

Do not exceed the desgn speed.

Do not operate unt f safety devces are not operatng properly. Check
perodcally. Never bypass safety devces.

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INSTALLATION
1.

If possble, nstall the blower n a well-lt, clean, dry place wth plenty of room for
nspecton and mantenance.

2.

The temperature of blower room should be mantaned at not hgher than 40 C. In order
to avod premature falure to blower and motor a sutable ventlaton fan should be
nstalled at the room.

3.

For permanent nstallatons concrete foundatons should be provded. The blower must
be leveled.

WARNING

NOTICE

WARNING

Customers are cautoned to provde adequate


protecton, warnng and safety equpment necessary to
protect personnel aganst hazards nvolved n the
nstallaton and operaton of ths equpment n the
systems or faclty.

If the unt s not flat, t wll be necessary to shm the


blower feet at nstallaton.

Over tghtenng of belt tenson leads to heavy bearng


loads and premature falure

PIPING
1.

Sucton and dscharge connectons on all blowers should be large enough to handle
maxmum volume wth mnmum frcton loss.

2.

The materal of ppng and fttngs should be of steel.

3.

Excessve weght of ppng and fttngs wll cause nternal msalgnment and premature
wear. Never allow the blower to carry the weght of the ppe. If possble a flexble jont
should be nstalled between the unt and the ppng. Where a flexble jont s not practcal,
the weght of the rgd connecton must be separately supported.

4.

All system ppng must be cleaned nternally before connectng to the blower.

5.

Install a check valve at the dscharge of the blower.

CAUTION

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Do not operate the unt wth dscharge valve shut off.

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ELECTRICAL
1.

Install electrcal wrng of motor accordng to the local electrcal authorty s requrements
and local electrcal codes.

2.

Motor should have an overload protecton crcut.

3.

Before startng, jog motor to determne correct rotaton. Refer to drectonal arrow on
blower (clockwse as vewed through pulley sde).

DANGER

Blower unt must be grounded n accordance wth the


Local Electrcal Code. Electrcal shock can and may be
fatal.

STARTUP CHECKLIST
1.

Before startng under power, the blower should be turned over by hand to make certan
there s no bndng or nternal contact.

2.

Check the unt and all ppng for foregn materal and clean f requred.

3.

All connectons are properly fastened.

4.

All valves are fully opened.

5.

Electrcal wrng s properly connected.

6.

Belt drves must be carefully algned. Motor and blower pulleys must be parallel to each
other and n the same plane.

7.

Belt tenson should be carefully adjusted and belts tghtened only enough to prevent
slppage.

8.

After the runnng-n perod of about a week, the belt tenson should be checked and readjusted f requred.

9.

Ensure the drecton of rotaton s correct.

10. Safety valve should be tested at the ntal startup to be sure t s adjusted to releve at the
maxmum pressure dfferental ratng of the blower by 1.1~1.5 tmes the normally
operatng pressure.
11. Check the unt for proper lubrcaton. Ensure proper ol level of both ol gauges .e. at the
centrelne of the ol gauge whle the blower s not n operaton. Shell OMALA 150~220 or
equvalent grade of lubrcatng ol s recommended. The lubrcatng ol should be changed
after the runnng-n perod of one month. Thereafter, the ol should be changed every
three months nterval.

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WARNING

WARNING

CAUTION

CAUTION

NOTICE

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Do not overfll wth gear ol as ths wll tend to cause


excessve heatng of the gears and bearngs and may
damage the unt. Ensure proper ol level should be at
the centrelne of ol gauges when the blower s not n
operaton.

Rotatng components wll cause severe njury n case of


personal contact. Keep hands away from blower nlet
and dscharge ports.

Ensure that the drecton of rotaton s correct.

Ensure proper grade of gear ol s used.

Safety valves should be placed as close as possble to


the blower dscharge. It should be tested and adjusted
at the ntal startup and adjusted thereafter.

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MAINTENANCE
DAILY MAINTENANCE CHECKLIST
1.

Valve condton.

2.

Lubrcatng ol level.

3.

Dscharge pressure.

4.

Motor current.

5.

Abnormal nose.

6.

Abnormal vbraton.

3 MONTHS INTERVAL MAINTENANCE CHECKLIST


1.

Safety valve operaton.

2.

All connectons are properly fastened.

3.

V-belt tenson and condton.

4.

Gears and bearng are runnng smoothly.

5.

Change lubrcatng ol.

6.

Check valve operaton.

YEARLY MAINTENANCE CHECKLIST


1.

Change V-belts.

2.

Clean nsde of sucton and dscharge slencers.

2 YEARS INTERVAL MAINTENANCE CHECKLIST


1.

Change bearngs and ol seals.

2.

Clean nsde of casng.

4 YEARS INTERVAL MAINTENANCE CHECKLIST


1.

Change tmng gears.

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TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM

POSSIBLE CAUSES

SOLUTION

Blower not rotatng

Rotors rusty or foregn


materals wthn the unt.

Clean rotors or unt.

Belt slppng or snapped.

Re-adjust belt tenson or


change belts.

Motor faulty.

Check motor and power


source.

Leakage from ppng.

Tghten connectons.

Leakage from safety valve.

Re-adjust safety valve.

Slppng of belts.

Tghten belts.

Worn clearance.

Re-establsh proper
clearances.

Slppng of belts.

Tghten belts.

Insuffcent lubrcatng ol.

Top up ol.

Foregn materal wthn the


unt.

Clean the unt.

Knockng.

Retme rotors.

Worn gears.

Replace tmng gears.

Worn bearngs.

Replace bearngs.

Safety valve operaton.

Re-adjust safety valve.

Too much ol n ol case.

Reduce ol level.

Ol case, packng or ol
seal s damaged.

Replace the sad parts.

Dran plug or ol gauge s


not properly tghtened.

Tghten up.

Lack of ar volume

Abnormal nose or
vbraton

Ol leakage

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Sectonal & Constructon Drawng


Model LT-40

No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Descrpton

Gear case
Ol splash
Ol plug
Bearng
Labyrnth seal
Rotor
Sde Cover
Grease plug
Bearng cover
Pulley

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Materal

FC25
SS41
S45C
SUJ2
S45C
FC25
FC25
S45C
FC25
FC25

No.
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

Descrpton

Ol seal
Shaft
Cylnder
Sde cover
Tmng gear
Ol gauge
Dran plug

Materal

NBR
SCM440
FC25
FC25
SNCM21
Glass
S45C

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Sectonal & Constructon Drawng


Model LT-50 ~ 65

No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Descrpton

Gear case
Tmng gear
Bearng
Labyrnth seal
Ol plug
Rotor
Inlet flange
Front ol cover
Seal case
Pulley

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Materal

FC25
S45C
SUJ2
S45C
S45C
FC25
FC25
FC25
FC25
FC25

No.
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

Descrpton

Ol gauge
Ol seal
Ol splasher
Dran plug
Shaft
Cylnder
Sde cover
Ol splasher
Nut

Materal

Glass
NBR
SS41
S45C
SCM440
FC25
FC25
SS41
S45C

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Sectonal & Constructon Drawng


Model LT-80 ~ 150

No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Descrpton

Gear case
Ol splasher
Ol plug
Bearng
Labyrnth seal
Rotor
Ol splasher
Ol seal
Pulley
Seal case

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Materal

FC25
SS41
S45C
SUJ2
S45C
FC25
SS41
NBR
FC25
FC25

No.
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

Descrpton

Front ol cover
Dran plug
Sde cover
Shaft
Cylnder
Tmng gear
Ol gauge
Nut

Materal

FC25
S45C
FC25
SCM440
FC25
SNCM21
Glass
S45C

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Sectonal & Constructon Drawng


Model LT-200 ~ 250

No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Descrpton

Gear case
Ol splasher
Ol plug
Bearng
Bearng case
Labyrnth seal
Eye bolt
Rotor
Sde cover
Ol cover

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Materal

FC25
SS41
S45C
SUJ2
FC25
S45C
S45C
FC25
FC25
FC25

No.
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

Descrpton

Seal case
Pulley
Shaft nut
Ol seal
Shaft
Cylnder
Tmng gear
Dran plug
Ol gauge

Materal

FC25
FC25
S45C
Vton
SCM440
FC25
SNCM21
S45C
Glass

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Sectonal & Constructon Drawng


Model LT-300 ~ 350

No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

Descrpton

Gear case
Ol splasher
Gear
Plate
Sde cover
Eye bolt
Shaft
Rotor
Labyrnth seal
Ol splasher
Front cover

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Materal

FC25
SS41
SCM420
SS41
FC25
S45C
SCM440
FC25
S45C
SS41
FC25

No.
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

Descrpton

Ol seal case
Pulley
Shaft nut
Ol seal
Shaft nut
Bearng case
Cylnder
Bearng
Shaft nut
Ol gauge

Materal

FC25
FC25
S45C
NBR
S45C
FC25
FC25
SUJ2
S45C
GLASS

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