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Cabinet CollectorSeries 50-90Models 54, 64, 66, 75, 81, 84, 90Installation and Operation ManualInstallation, Operation, and Service InformationModels 54-84 ShownThis manual is property of the owner. Leave with the collector when set-up and start-up are complete. Donaldson Company reserves theright to change design and specifications without prior notice.Illustrations are for reference only as actual product may vary.This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal injury hazards.Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid possible injury or death.EnglishMaster LanguageIOM 7509401 (ENG)Revision 6

Donaldson Company, Inc.Process owners/operators have important responsibilities relating to combustible hazards.Process owners/operators must determine whether their process creates combustibledust, fume, or mist. If combustible dust, fume, or mist is generated, process owners/operators should at aminimum: Comply with all applicable codes and standards. Among other considerations, current NFPA standardsrequire owners/operators whose processes involve potentially combustible materials to have a currentHazard Analysis, which can serve as the foundation for their process hazard mitigation strategies. Prevent all ignition sources from entering any dust collection equipment. Design, select, and implement fire and explosion mitigation, suppression, and isolation strategies thatare appropriate for the risks associated with their application. Develop and implement maintenance work practices to maintain a safe operating environment, ensuringthat combustible dust, fume, or mist does not accumulate within the plant.Donaldson recommends process owners/operators consult with experts to insure each of theseresponsibilities are met.As a manufacturer and supplier of Industrial Filtration Products, Donaldson can assist process owners/operators in the selection of filtration technologies. However, process owners/operators retain allresponsibility for the suitability of fire and explosion hazard mitigation, suppression, and isolation strategies.Donaldson assumes no responsibility or liability for the suitability of any fire and/or explosion mitigationstrategy, or any items incorporated into a collector as part of an owner/operators hazard mitigation strategy.Improper operation of a dust control system may contribute to conditions in the work area or facility thatcould result in severe personal injury and product or property damage. Check that all collection equipment isproperly selected and sized for the intended use.DO NOT operate this equipment until you have read and understand the instruction warnings in theInstallation and Operations Manual. For a replacement manual, contact Donaldson Torit.This manual contains specific precautionary statements relative to worker safety. Read thoroughly and complyas directed. Discuss the use and application of this equipment with a Donaldson Torit representative. Instruct allpersonnel on safe use and maintenance procedures.

Cabinet Collector, Models 54-90ContentsDescription.1Purpose and Intended Use .1Rating and Specifications.2Operation.3Inspection on Arrival.4Installation Codes and Procedures.4Installation.4Foundations or Support Framing.4Collector Location.5Site Selection .5Rigging Instructions.5Hoisting Information.5Typical Installation.6Standard Equipment.7Provisional Anchor Bolt Recommendations.7Electrical Wiring.7Preliminary Start-Up Check.8Maintenance Information.9Operational Checklist.9Filter Removal and Installation.9Filter Pack Maintenance.9EZ Filter Pack Removal - Models 54-84.10EZ Filter Pack Installation - Models 54-84.10Filter Removal - Model 90.12Filter Installation - Model 90.14Dust Disposal.16Optional Equipment.17Hopper.17Hopper Access.175-Gallon Pail Pack.1955-Gallon Drum Pack.19Hopper Attachments.20Indoor Exhaust Deflector.21Outdoor Exhaust Deflector.22Ductwork.23Magnehelic Gauge .24Outrigger Pack.25HEPA Filter.26Exhaust Silencer.28Attenuator.29Chamber Silencer.30Troubleshooting.31Collector Information.33Service Notes.34Magnehelic is a registered trademark of Dwyer Instruments, Inc.DANGER indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will resultin death or serious injury.WARNING indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, couldresult in death or serious injury.CAUTION, used with the safety alert symbol, indicates a hazardoussituation which, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury.NOTICE is used to address practices not related to personal injury thatmay result in damage to equipment.i

Donaldson Company, Inc.DescriptionPurpose and Intended UseCabinet Series 50 to 90 dust collectors are selfcontained, intermittent-duty collectors with envelopestyle filters. The Cabinet series collectors provide highlyefficient, low maintenance air cleaning. Filters arecleaned using the standard manual filter shaker.Cabinet collectors provide excellent efficiency onnuisance dust generated in industrial operations and area good choice for low airflow, light-load applications thatdo not require continuous airflow. Typical applicationsinclude grinding, buffing and polishing, abrasive blasting,batch mixing, and bag dumping. Often, individual Cabinetcollectors are dedicated to one or two machines.Designed to increase the versatility of the collector,standard options include a dust drawer, hopperpackage for a 5-gallon pail or 55-gallon drum, indoorand outdoor exhaust deflectors, HEPA filter packs,and exhaust silencers. Four filter media choices andthree construction options are among the many optionsavailable to customize the collector to the specificapplication.Four filter media selections offer a wide variety ofcharacteristics: cotton sateen is the standard mediaand provides good efficiency in applications up to 180 F;polyester sateen provides the same efficiency, but hashigher temperature resistance (240 F) and is moreabrasion-resistant; woven polyester provides betterdust release capabilities with lower efficiency; andpolypropylene provides some chemical resistance up to180 F.Note:Standard collectors (Models 54-90) arelimited to 150 F because of internal blowermotor.Combustible materials such as buffing lint, paper, wood, metal dusts, weld fume, or flammablecoolants or solvents represent potential fire and/or explosion hazards. Use special care whenselecting, installing, and operating all dust, fume, or mist collection equipment when such combustiblematerials may be present in order to protect workers and property from serious injury or damage due to afire and/or explosion.Consult and comply with all National and Local Codes related to fire and/or explosion properties ofcombustible materials when determining the location and operation of all dust, fume, or mist collectionequipment.Standard Donaldson Torit equipment is not equipped with fire extinguishing or explosion protection systems.1

Cabinet Collector, Models 54-90Rating and Specifications55-Gallon Drum PackCabinet Models 54-845-Gallon Pail PackCabinet BaseFront ViewTypicalSide ViewFront ViewTypicalSide ViewFront ViewTypicalSide ViewCabinet Model 9060 SLOPE ONHOPPERFILTERSECTIONDUSTDRAWERFront View8” SQUARESLIDE GATETypical Side ViewCollectors are rated for the following loads as calculatedper relevant sections of the IBC 2015 code*:Basic Wind Speed & Exposure.90 mph, Exposure C.115 mph, Exposure C (90 only)Seismic Spectral Acceleration, Ss. .1.5 gSeismic Spectral Acceleration, S1. 0.6 gInstalled Collector Base Elevation.GradeRisk Category. IIHousing rating, inches water gauge. /- 20Control power.120-Volt 50/60 Hz*If collector was supplied with a Record Drawing,the specifications on the drawing will supersede thestandard specifications above.2

Donaldson Company, Inc.OperationDuring normal operation, dust-laden air enters thecollector through the dirty-air inlet and passes throughthe collector where the dust collects on the outsidesurface of the filter media. As dust collects on the filtersurfaces, a dust cake forms, which actually improves theefficiency of the filters. The greater the amount of dustcake accumulated, the higher the efficiency of the filter.dirty-air inletThe filtered air flows up through the center of thefilters and into the clean-air chamber. Clean, filtered airdischarges through clean-air outlet located on top of thecollector.To clean the filters the fan must first be shut off. Pushingdown on the hand- or foot-operated shaker pedal andreleasing rapidly six times completes manual filtercleaning. The releasing action causes the dust cake tofracture and fall into the dust storage area.clean-air outletblower ONblowermotor OFFfan rotationstoppedclean-airchamberfilter bagsinlet zonefilter bagsNormal OperationSide ViewFilter CleaningFront ViewCollector Operation (Cabinet 54-84 Shown)3shaker pedalpress downand releasequickly sixtimes

Cabinet Collector, Models 54-90Inspection on Arrival1. Inspect collector upon delivery.2. Report any damage to the delivery carrier.3. Request a written inspection report from the ClaimsInspector to substantiate any damage claim.4. File claims with the delivery carrier.5. Compare collector received with description ofproduct ordered.InstallationUse proper equipment and adoptall safety precautions needed forservicing equipment.Electrical service or maintenance work mustbe performed by a qualified electrician andcomply with all applicable national and localcodes.6. Report incomplete shipments to the delivery carrierand your Donaldson Torit representative.Turn power off and lock out electricalpower sources before performing service ormaintenance work.7. Remove crates and shipping straps. Remove loosecomponents and accessory packages before liftingcollector from truck.Do not install in classified hazardousatmospheres without an enclosure rated forthe application.8. Check for hardware that may have loosened duringshipping.9. Use caution removing temporary covers.Installation Codes and ProceduresCodes may regulate recirculatingfiltered air in your facility.Consult with the appropriate authoritieshaving jurisdiction to ensure compliancewith all national and local codes regardingrecirculating filtered air.Safe and efficient operation of the collector depends onproper installation.Authorities with jurisdiction should be consultedbefore installing to verify local codes and installationprocedures. In the absence of such codes, installcollector according to the National Electric Code,NFPA No. 70-latest edition and NFPA 91 (NFPA 654 ifcombustible dust is present).A qualified installation and service agent must completeinstallation and service of this equipment.All shipping materials, including shipping covers, mustbe removed from the collector prior to or during collectorinstallation.Failure to remove shippingmaterials from the collector willcompromise collector performance.Inspect collector to ensure all hardware is properlyinstalled and tight prior to operating collector.Site selection must account forwind, seismic zone, and otherload conditions when selecting the location forcollectors.Codes may regulate acceptable locations forinstalling dust collectors. Consult with theappropriate authorities having jurisdiction toensure compliance with all national and localcodes regarding mist collector installation.Collectors must be anchored in a mannerconsistent with local code requirements.Anchors must be sufficient to support dead,live, seismic, and other anticipated loads.Consult a qualified engineer for final selectionof anchorage.The collector is suitable for either indoor or outdoorinstallations. Reference the Rating and SpecificationInformation.Foundations or Support FramingPrepare the foundation or support framing in theselected location. Foundation or support framing mustcomply with local code requirements and may requireengineering.Foundation and support framing must be capable ofsupporting dead, live, wind, seismic and other applicableloads. Consult a qualified engineer for final selection offoundation or support framing.4

Donaldson Company, Inc.Collector LocationDonaldson Torit equipment is notdesigned to support site installedducts, interconnecting piping, or electricalservices. All ducts, piping, or electricalservices must be adequately supported toprevent severe personal injury and/or propertydamage.When hazardous conditions or materials arepresent, consult with local authorities for theproper location of the collector.Dust collection equipment mayreach peak sound pressurelevels above 80 dB (A). Noise levels should beconsidered when selecting collector location.Locate the collector to ensure easy access to electricaland compressed air connections, to simplify solidscollection container handling and routine maintenance,and to ensure the straightest inlet and outlet ducts.Site SelectionThis collector can be located on a foundation orstructural framing.Provide clearance from heat sources and avoid anyinterference with utilities when selecting the location.Portable collectors require special installationaccommodations.Rigging InstructionsSuggested Tools & EquipmentClevis Pins and ClampsLifting SlingsCrane or ForkliftPipe SealantDrift PinsPipe WrenchesDrill and Drill BitsScrewdriversEnd WrenchesSocket WrenchesAdjustable WrenchSpreader BarsTorque Wrench (inch/lbs, 9/16-in Socket)Hoisting InformationFailure to lift the collectorcorrectly can result in severepersonal injury and/or property damage.Use appropriate lifting equipment and adoptall safety precautions needed for moving andhandling the equipment.A crane or forklift is recommended forunloading, assembly, and installation of thecollector.Location must be clear of all obstructions, suchas utility lines or roof overhang.Use all lifting points provided.Use clevis connectors, not hooks, on lifting slings.Use spreader bars to prevent damage to collector’scasing.Check the Specification Control drawing for weight anddimensions of the collector and components to ensureadequate crane capacity.Allow only qualified crane or forklift operators to lift theequipment.Refer to applicable OSHA regulations and local codeswhen using cranes, forklifts, and other lifting equipment.Lift collector and accessories separately and assembleafter collector is in place.Use drift pins to align holes in section flanges duringassembly.5

Cabinet Collector, Models 54-90Typical Installationdirty-air inlet(one of threeoptional locations)clean-air outletblowertop door assemblybottom door assemblyshaker pedaldust drawerEZ Filter PackTypical Installation (Cabinet 54-84 Shown)6

Donaldson Company, Inc.Standard EquipmentProvisional Anchor Bolt Recommendations1. Consider Hilti HIT-HY 200 Anchor System orequivalent. Quantity of anchor bolts should match thenumber of holes provided in the base plates.2. Anchor diameter is typically 1/8-in less thanbaseplate hole diameter.3. Corrosive environment or outdoor installation mayrequire stainless steel anchors.Anchor should projecta minimum of 1 3/4-inand account for nut,washer, base plateand shims/grout.Embedment depth(suitable for thephysical propertiesof the foundation).Typical Foundation Anchor for Collectors With Hopperand Leg AssembliesElectrical WiringElectrical installation, service,or maintenance work mustbe performed by a qualified electrician andcomply with all applicable national and localcodes.Turn power off and lock out electricalpower sources before performing service ormaintenance work.Do not install in classified hazardousatmospheres without an enclosure rated forthe application.All electrical wiring and connections, including electricalgrounding, should be made in accordance with theNational Electric Code (NFPA No. 70-latest edition).Check local ordinances for additional requirements thatapply.The appropriate wiring schematic and electrical ratingmust be used. See collector’s rating plate for requiredvoltage.An electric disconnect switch having adequate ampcapacity shall be installed in accordance with Part IX,Article 430 of the National Electrical Code (NFPA No.70-latest edition). Check collector’s rating plate forvoltage and amperage ratings.Refer to the wiring diagram for the number of wiresrequired for main power wiring and remote wiring.7

Cabinet Collector, Models 54-90Preliminary Start-Up CheckInstruct all personnel on safe use and maintenanceprocedures.Electrical work duringinstallation, service ormaintenance must be performed by a qualifiedelectrician and comply with all applicablenational and local codes.Turn power off and lock out electricalpower sources before performing service ormaintenance work.Check that the collector is clear and free of alldebris before starting.Do not install in classified hazardousatmospheres without an enclosure rated forthe application.1. Check all electrical connections for tightness andcontact.5. Check that fan exhaust damper (if provided) is set tothe fully-closed position.6. Check and remove all loose items in or near the inletand outlet of the collector.7. Check that all remote controls are properly wiredand all servi

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