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DN: AEI-26-001 September, 2020
Contents [ hide 1 Introduction 2 About This Manual 3 Purpose and Scope of This Manual 4 Contacting the TIC Customer Support Center 5 Important Notice 6 Warranty Information 7 Activating the TIC Warranty 8 Safety Precautions Qualified Personnel 9 Installation Precautions 10 Oil Installation and Maintenance 10.1 Installation 10.2 Oil Supply 10.3 Storage 11 Oil Recommendations and Reclassifier Types 11.1 Recommended Oils 11.2 Motor Reclassifier Selection 12 Related Manuals: Introduction This manual provides information on how to safely install and perform maintenance on the Toshiba TEFC 3Ø Motor Oil Mist Lubrication System. The information within this manual applies to the Toshiba TEFC 3Ø Motor with anti-friction bearings only. Oil mist is an aerosol vapor comprised of an oil and air mixture; one-to-20,000, respectively, is typical. The high-pressure mist is passed through an orifice (Reclassifier) that increases the speed of the oil/air flow and combines the smaller oil particles before the mist is passed through to the bearing housing. The Oil Mist Lubrication System is the preferred lubrication system of the Hydrocarbon Processing Industry. This is because the system is hermetically sealed, has no moving parts, and uses only new oil (no recirculation) — this results in significantly reduced bearing failures. To maximize the abilities of the Oil Mist Lubrication System, a working familiarity with this manual is required. This manual has been prepared for the Oil Mist Lubrication System installer and maintenance personnel. This manual may also be used as a reference guide. With this in mind, use this manual to develop a familiarity with the Oil Mist Lubrication System before attempting to install any elements of the system, transfer oil, or perform system maintenance. About This Manual This manual was written by the Toshiba International Corporation Technical Publications Group. This group is tasked with providing technical documentation for the Oil Mist Lubrication System. Every effort has been made to provide accurate and concise information to you, our customer. At Toshiba International Corporation we are continuously striving for better ways to meet the constantly changing needs of our customers. Email your comments, questions, or concerns about this publication to Technical-Communications-Dept@toshiba.com. Purpose and Scope of This Manual This manual provides information on how to safely install and maintain the oil mist system. The information
provided in this manual is applicable to the Oil Mist Lubrication System only. This manual provides information on the various features and functions of this highly-efficient costsaving system, including Reclassifier Installation, Oil Supply Management, and Frame Sizes/Associated Flow Rate Specifications. Included is a section on general safety instructions that describe the warning labels and symbols that are used on the device and throughout the manual. Read the manual completely before installing, operating, performing maintenance, or disposing of this equipment. This manual should be considered a permanent part of the equipment and should be readily available for reference and review. Because of our commitment to continuous improvement, Toshiba International Corporation reserves the right, without prior notice, to update information, make product changes, or to discontinue any product or service identified in this publication. Toshiba International Corporation (TIC) shall not be liable for direct, indirect, special, or consequential damages resulting from the use of the information contained within this manual. This manual is copyrighted. No part of this manual may be photocopied or reproduced in any form without the prior written consent of Toshiba International Corporation. Copyright 2020 Toshiba International Corporation. TOSHIBA is a registered trademark of Toshiba Corporation. All other product or trade references appearing in this manual are registered trademarks of their respective owners. All rights reserved. Printed in the U.S.A. Contacting the TIC Customer Support Center Toshiba International Corporation’s Customer Support Center can be contacted to obtain help in resolving any Oil Mist Lubrication System problem that you may experience or to provide application information. The Support Center is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (CST), Monday through Friday. The Center’s toll free number is US (800) 231-1412/Fax (713) 937-9349 CAN (800) 872-2192 MEX 01 (800) 527-1204. For after-hours support follow the directions in the outgoing message when calling. You may also contact Toshiba International Corporation by writing to: Toshiba International Corporation 13131 West Little York Road Houston, Texas 77041-9990 Attn: Low-Voltage Motor Marketing Department. For further information on Toshiba International Corporation’s products and services, please visit our website at www.toshiba.com/tic/.
Important Notice The instructions contained in this manual are not intended to cover all details or variations in equipment types. Nor may it provide for every possible contingency concerning the installation, operations, or maintenance of this equipment. Should additional information be required, contact the Toshiba Customer Support Center. The contents of this manual shall not become a part of or modify any prior or existing agreement, commitment, or relationship. The sales contract contains the entire obligation of Toshiba International Corporation. The warranty contained in the contract between the parties is the sole warranty of Toshiba International Corporation and any statements contained herein do not create new warranties or modify the existing warranty. Any electrical or mechanical modifications to this equipment without the prior written consent of Toshiba International Corporation may void all warranties and may void the UL/CSA listing or other safety certifications. Unauthorized modifications may also result in a safety hazard or equipment damage. Misuse of this equipment could result in injury and/or equipment damage. In no event will Toshiba International Corporation be responsible or liable for direct, indirect, special, or consequential damage or injury that may result from the use or misuse of this equipment. Warranty Information Toshiba Industrial Corporation (TIC) warrants that the received goods will be free of defects in materials and workmanship. The complete Toshiba warranty for this equipment is located at the Toshiba.com/tic website. Activating the TIC Warranty To activate the Toshiba Industrial Corporation warranty for the received equipment go the Toshiba General Warranty & Product Registration site listed below: al-warranty-product-registration. Complete the required fields of the form and click Submit. A warranty confirmation will be mailed to the registered contact entity. Safety Precautions Qualified Personnel
Installation, operation, and maintenance shall be performed by Qualified Personnel Only. A Qualified Person is one that has the skills and knowledge relating to the construction, installation, operation, and maintenance of the electrical equipment and has received safety training on the hazards involved (Refer to the latest edition of NFPA 70E for additional safety requirements). Qualified Personnel shall: Have carefully read the entire manual. Be familiar with the construction and function of the equipment being monitored and the hazards involved. Be able to recognize and properly address hazards associated with the application. Be trained and authorized to safely energize, de-energize, ground, lock out/tag out circuits and equipment, and clear faults in accordance with established safety practices. Be trained in the proper care and use of protective equipment such as safety shoes, rubber gloves, hard hats, safety glasses, face shields, flash clothing, etc., in accordance with established safety practices. For further information on workplace safety, visit www.osha.gov. Note: For ALL references to the National Electrical Code (NEC), see the latest release of the National Electrical Code. Only Qualified Personnel should install this equipment. Turn off and lock out/tag out all power sources before proceeding to connect the power wiring to the equipment. Installation Precautions The installation, operation, maintenance and disposal of the equipment shall be done in accordance with this manual and all applicable national, state and local codes. High voltages and rotating parts of electrical machinery can cause fatal or serious injury and/or property damage if improperly installed or serviced. Lock out all power prior to servicing, performing maintenance, or repairs on the equipment. Do not by-pass or render safeguards or protective safety devices inoperative. The machine must be electrically grounded in accordance with all applicable electrical codes. Comply with all applicable national, state and local codes. Adhere to all applicable ANSI, IEEE, NEMA, OSHA, NEC (NFPA 70) and NFPA 70E Maintenance Procedures pertaining to the installation and operation of polyphase motors. Ensure that steps are taken to protect all personnel from possible injury (e.g., install guards, post warning signs, etc.). Provide proper safeguards for personnel against accidental contact of personnel or clothing with rotating parts. Avoid extended exposure to equipment with noise levels above OSHA code 29 CFR part 1910.95 (85 dbA and above over an eight hour period). Do not modify Explosion Proof motors. Modifying an Explosion Proof Motor may result in the voiding of the UL Listing and possibly preventing the motor from containing an explosion. The shaft key must be fully secured before motor is energized. Upon completion of the motor installation or maintenance, replace or install all guards and covers. Enhanced precautions are required if using the Oil Mist system on a motor that uses automatic thermal protection. The system must be completely disabled when an automatic start up could result in destruction of property or injury to personnel.
Oil Installation and Maintenance Installation The motor bearings will receive a light coat of oil for testing at the factory and for subsequent shipping. Upon receipt of the motor, the oil-mist system must be connected. For motors labeled Provisions Only for Oil Mist Lubrication or Oil Mist Ready, purge all oil and/or grease from the bearings. Remove the oil inlet and oil outlet pipe plugs from the bearing brackets, caps, or remove the extension tubes from the drive end and non-drive ends of the motor. Install the specified reclassifier to the top connection. Connect the oil recovery trap to the bottom opening. Oil Supply The lubricating oil should be rust- and oxidation-inhibited, stray-mist suppressed, and manufactured in accordance with established commercial standards and practices. The viscosity shall be ISO VG 68 or higher, per the latest revision of ASTM D 2422. The flash point shall be 350 F (177 C) or above. The pour point shall be -15 F (-26 C) or above. See Table 1 on page 3 for oil recommendations. The oil type and misting unit must be compatible. Storage Motors that are labeled Provisions Only for Oil Mist Lubrication have bearings that are packed with grease. The storage procedures are the same as those for motors with grease-lubricated anti-friction bearings. Motors that are labeled Oil Mist Ready have bearings that are protected for temporary storage by a corrosion inhibitor. ff extended storage (greater then 3 months) or if stored outdoors, the units should be connected to the oil mist system while in storage. If this is not possible, at three-month intervals, the grease level should be checked and refilled as required. At each three-month check the shaft should be rotated by hand five revolutions minimum to redistribute the bearing grease. The bearing grease must be removed at the time of connection to the oil mist system. Oil Recommendations and Reclassifier Types Recommended Oils
Table 1. Recommended Oils Motor Reclassifier Selection Reclassifier selection shall be in accordance with the motor frame size and operating speed. Table 2. Horizontal Motors Table 3. Vertical HP P-Base Motors
Table 4. Vertical LP P-Base Motors Table 5. Reclassifier Identification Figure 1. Typical Oil/Mist I/O Flow 2020 Toshiba International Corporation Motors & Drives 13131 West Little York Road Houston, Texas 77041 USA Tel 713-466-0277 US 1-800-231-1412
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Upon receipt of the motor, the oil-mist system must be connected. For motors labeled Provisions Only for Oil Mist Lubrication or Oil Mist Ready, purge all oil and/or grease from the bearings. Remove the oil inlet and oil outlet pipe plugs from the bearing brackets, caps, or remove the extension tubes from the drive end and non-drive ends of the .
Oil Mist Catalog 3 There are two techniques of applying oil mist lubrication to machine elements: Pure Mist and Purge Mist Pure Mist In the pure mist technique, the oil mist is supplied to a bearing housing which has been completely drained of oil. Purge Mist In the purge mist technique, the oil mist is conveyed into the vapor space above theFile Size: 1MB
N 0 N 0 EM For Oil Sealed Rotary Vane Vacuum Pumps All oil mist filters come with media cartridge Oil Mist Filter with inlet KF16 for Pumps up to 5 CFM Oil Mist Filter with inlet 1"-20 Fine NPTfor Pumps up to 5 CFM Replacement Cartridge for P1 01879, P1 01877 Oil Mist Filters Oil Mist Filter with Drain Back, inlet KF25 for Pumps up to 16 CFM
and an LCD unit. The oil mist lubrication sensor IP receives data input from eight oil mist lubrication sensors. The communication IP transmits oil mist lubrication sensor data and pump control data to the master computer. C. Oil Mist Lubrication Sensor . In An ATMEGA8  was used as a processor for the oil mist lubrication sensor.Author: Cheol-Hong Moon
OIL MIST SYSTEMS OIL!MIST GENERATORS Modular Oil-Mist Lubrication Generators The Alemite modular oil-mist generators includes a 3 gallon reservoir with clean-out/inspection plate, relief valve, manual oil loader valve, mist pressure gauge, inlet air assembly (ﬁlter with auto water drain, regulator and p
Geometry of mist eliminator. (a) Reference mist eliminator, (b) Mist eliminator with perforated plates. Table 1. Detailed dimensions of the mist eliminator. Parameter Reference Mist Eliminator Mist Eliminator with Perforated Plates ɵ 45 45 a 8.6 mm 8.6 mm b 4.3 mm 4.3 mm c - 8.6 mm d 118.5 mm 118.5 mm g - 4.3 mm w 150 mm 150 mm
1. Mist escapes through the machine tool access doors, chip conveyors and other openings in the machine tool. 2. Too much mist is pulled into the mist collector, limiting proper cooling and lubrication. 3. The mist collector is collecting so much mist that it cannot filter it fast enough, requiring frequent filter changes.
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