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according to Regulation DIN 82079

Flange adapter

Flange Adapter

 


Infomation about the Manufacturer

Giebel Filtec GmbH

Giebel FilTec GmbH
Carl-Zeiss-Str. 5
74626 Bretzfeld-Schwabbach
Germany

Phone +49 7946 944401 0
Fax +49 7946 944401 29
E-Mail info@giebel-adsorber.de

 


Product Overview

 

fla lk41 fla lk41 fla lk41 fla lk41 fla lk41
FLA-LK41 FLA-LK73 FLA-LK73_AL FLA-LK73_SS FLA-LK75

 

Materials used:
Aluminium, Stainless Steel, NBR, FKM, EPDM

REACH notice:
No ingredients requiring disclosure in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006.

 


Construction and Materials

 

  FLA-LK41 FLA-LK73 FLA-LK75
Housing material Nylon / Aluminium / Stainless Steel Aluminium
Seal material NBR / FKM / EPDM
Adsorber connection BSP G 1/2“ female / BSP G 1” female
System connection LK 41mm / LK 73mm (DIN24557) / LK 75mm
Operating temperature -40°C - +150°C

 

 


Technical Data

 

  fla lk41 fla lk41 fla lk41 fla lk41 fla lk41
  FLA-LK41 FLA-LK73 FLA-LK73_AL FLA-LK73_SS FLA-LK75
Total weight [kg] 0,03 0,06 0,18 0,26 0,2
Diameter [mm] 52 85 85 85 85
Height [mm] 21,5 27 22 22 22

 


Assembly and Commissioning

Assembly and Commissioning

1. Place the flat gasket on the system according to the bolt circle.
2. Place the flange adapter on the flat gasket and align according to the bolt circle.
3. Screw in and tighten screws with washers.
4. Screw the adsorber into the upper thread. For this purpose, oil the thread slightly beforehand.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Maintenance

1. Unscrew the adsorber.
2. Remove the screws from the flange adapter.
3. Remove flange and check flat gasket for damage. If necessary, replace with new ones.

 


Risik and Hazard Analysis

1. Humid Air flows into the System
Porous gasket
Moist air can flow into the system at the porous points. The seal must be checked according to the maintenance schedule.

2. Flange Adapter is damaged
Material resistance
When selecting the flange adapter, the ambient and operating conditions should be considered. An aggressive environment or liquid in the container can damage the flange adapter.

Temperature range
The ambient and operating temperatures should not exceed or fall below the specified range, otherwise the flange adapter may be damaged.

Improper handling
Incorrect or improper handling can damage the flange adapter. Please pay attention to the recommended mounting.

Thread of the Adsorber and Accessories is damaged

3. Thread of the Adsorber and Accessories is damaged
When mounting the adsorber as well as the valve part on the system, the threads must be slightly wetted with oil. Failure to lubricate the threads can lead to rubbing of the individual threads and is no reason for complaint.

 

 


Maintenance Plan

1. Check Seal for Wear

Check    The flat gasket supplied with the flange adapter must be checked for perfect condition. For this purpose the gasket should be checked for brittleness.
Cycle    Annually
Measures    If damage is present, the seal should be replaced.

2. Visual Inspection of the Flange Adapter

Check    The flange adapter must be checked visually for damage. Damage can occur due to various environmental or operating conditions or improper handling.
Cycle    Annually
Measures    If the flange adapter is damaged, it should be replaced to ensure full functionality.

3. Replacement of the Wearing Parts

Check    The wearing parts, especially the seal, must be checked with regard to their condition.
Cycle    Every two years
Measures    Regardless of the result of the test, it is recommended to replace the wearing parts to ensure smooth operation.

 


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FILLING ADAPTER

FILLING ADAPTER

 


Information about the Manufacturer

Giebel Filtec GmbH

Giebel FilTec GmbH
Carl-Zeiss-Str. 5
74626 Bretzfeld-Schwabbach
Germany

Phone +49 7946 944401 0
Fax +49 7946 944401 29
E-Mail info@giebel-adsorber.de

 


Product Overview

 

fill-lk73-ma      fill-lk73-me
FILL-LK73-MA      FILL-LK73-ME

 

Material used:
Aluminium, stainless steel, galvanised steel, polyamide, NBR, FKM, EPDM

REACH notice:
No ingredients requiring disclosure in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006.

 


Construction and Materials

 

     FILL-LK73-MA FILL-LK73-ME
Housing material Nylon / Aluminium Stainless steel
Seal material NBR / FKM / EPDM FKM
Adsorber connection BSP G 1” female BSP G 1” female
System connection LK 73mm (DIN24557) LK 73mm (DIN24557)
Operating temperature -40°C - +120°C -40°C - +200°C

 


Technical Data

 

  fill-lk73-ma fill-lk73-me
  FILL-LK73-MA FILL-LK73-ME
Total weight [kg] 1,0 2,2
Diameter [mm] 146 146
Height [mm 148 148

 


Assembly and Commissioning

Assembly and Commissioning

1. Place the flat gasket on the system according to the bolt circle.


2. Place the sieve congruently over the flat seal.


3. Place the second flat gasket congruently on the screen.


4. Place the filling adapter on the flat gasket and align with the bolt circle.


5. Screw in and tighten screws with washers.


6. Screw the adsorber into the upper thread. For this purpose, oil the thread slightly beforehand.


7. To top up oil, open the side cap and fill oil into the system.

 


Maintenance

Maintenance

1. Unscrew the Adsorber.
2. Remove screws from filling adapter.
3. Remove flange and check flat gaskets for damage. Replace with new ones if necessary.
4. Remove the sieve and dispose of any dirt it contains.
5. Screw the screw plug firmly onto the filling adapter.
6. Reassemble everything.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Risk and Hazard Analysis

1. Moist air flows into the Plant
Porous gaskets
Moist air can flow into the system at the porous points. The seals must be checked according to the maintenance schedule.

Screw plug damaged
Humid air flows through the open screw plug past the adsorber directly into the system. Rough or improper handling can damage the sealing cap, e.g. at the thread.

2. Filling adapter is damaged
Material resistance
BWhen selecting the filling adapter, the ambient and operating conditions should be considered. An aggressive environment or liquid in the container can damage the filling adapter.

Temperature range
The ambient and operating temperatures should not exceed or fall below the specified range, otherwise the filling adapter may be damaged.

Improper handling
Incorrect or improper handling can damage the filling adapter. Please pay attention to the recommended mounting.

3. Dirt particles get into the Plant
Sieve damaged
Rough handling or the use of tools can damage the sieve, so that it no longer provides protection.

Threads of the Adsorber and Attachments are damaged

4. Threads of the Adsorber and Attachments are damaged
When mounting the adsorber as well as the valve part on the system, the threads must be slightly wetted with oil. Failure to lubricate the threads can lead to rubbing of the individual threads and is no reason for complaint.

 

 

 


Maintenance Plan

1. Check Seals for Wear

Check    The flat gaskets supplied with the filling adapter must be checked for perfect condition. For this purpose the seals should be checked for brittleness.
Cycle    Annually
Measures    If damage is present, the seals should be replaced.

2. Check Sealing Cap for damage

Check    Check the sealing cap for damage, especially on the thread.
Cycle    Annually
Measures    If the sealing cap is damaged, it must be replaced.

3. Visual Inspection of the Filling Adapter

Check    Check the sealing cap for damage, especially on the thread.
Cycle    Annually
Measures    If the sealing cap is damaged, it must be replaced.

4. Replacing the Wearing Parts

Check    The wearing parts, in particular the sieve, the seals and the screw plug must be checked with regard to their condition.
Cycle    Every two years
Measures    Regardless of the result of the test, it is recommended to replace the wearing parts to ensure smooth operation.

 


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OIL-BYPASS ADAPTER

OIL-BYPASS ADAPTER

 


Information about the Manufacturer

Giebel Filtec GmbH

Giebel FilTec GmbH
Carl-Zeiss-Str. 5
74626 Bretzfeld-Schwabbach
Germany

Phone +49 7946 944401 0
Fax +49 7946 944401 29
E-Mail info@giebel-adsorber.de

 


Product Overview

 

ona-lk41.png      ona-lk73.png
ONA-LK41      ONA-LK73

 

Materials used:
Aluminium, stainless steel, FKM

REACH notice:
No ingredients requiring disclosure in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006.

 


Structure and Materials

 

     Oil Bypass Adapter LK 41mm Oil Bypass Adapter LK73mm
Housing material Aluminium
Material tube Aluminium Aluminium & Stainless Steel
Seal material FKM
Adsorber connection BSP G 1/2“ female BSP G 1” female
Anschluss Bypass BSP G 1/2“ female BSP G 3/4” female
System connection LK 41mm (3x M5) LK 73mm (DIN24557) (6x M5)
operating temperature -40°C - +150°C

 


Technical Data

 

  ona-lk41.png ona-lk73.png
  ONA-LK41 ONA-LK73
Total weight [kg] 0,4 | 0,4 | 0,3 2,3 | 1,8 | 1,3
Diameter [mm] 50 85
Height [mm] 77 77
Hose length [mm] 100 | 200 | 300 300 | 600 | 900

 


Assembly and Commissioning

Assembly and Commissioning

1. Place the flat gasket on the system in accordance with the bolt circle.
2. Shorten the tube of the bypass adapter to the desired length if necessary.
3. Place the bypass adapter on the flat gasket and align with the bolt circle.
4. Screw in and tighten screws with washers.
5. Screw the adsorber into the upper thread. For this purpose, lightly oil the thread beforehand.
6. Screw the filter system into the lateral threads using hoses.

 

 

 

 


Maintenance

1. Unscrew the adsorber.
2. Remove the screws from the bypass adapter.
3. Remove the bypass adapter and check the flat seal for damage. If necessary, replace with new ones.
4. Check pipes for damage. If there is damage that impairs the function, replace the adapter.
5. Reassemble everything.

 


Risk and Hazard Analysis

1. Humid Air flows into the plant
Porous seals
Moist air can flow into the system at the porous points. The seal must be checked according to the maintenance schedule.

2. Bypass Adapter is damaged
Material resistance
When selecting the bypass adaptor, the ambient and operating conditions should be considered. An aggressive environment or liquid in the container can damage the filling adapter.

Temperature range
The ambient and operating temperatures should not exceed or fall below the specified range, otherwise the bypass adaptor may be damaged.

Improper handling
Incorrect or improper handling may damage the bypass adaptor. The recommended installation must be observed.

3. Filter System is not working properly
Cross section of the tubes too small
When selecting the correct off-line adapter, the performance of the filter system must be matched to the cross sections of the pipes. A too small cross section generates an increased pressure.

Damaged tubes
Demolished tubes can affect the proper functioning of the filter system.

Thread of the Adsorber and Accessories is damaged

4. Thread of the Adsorber and Accessories is damaged
When mounting the adsorber as well as the valve part on the system, the threads must be slightly wetted with oil. Failure to lubricate the threads can lead to rubbing of the individual threads and is no reason for complaint.

 

 

 


Maintenance Plan

1. Check Seals for Wear

Check    The flat gasket supplied with the filling adapter must be checked for perfect condition. For this purpose the seal should be checked for brittleness.
Cycle    Annually
Measures    If damage is present, the seal should be replaced.

2. Check Tubes for damage

Check    The tubes must be checked for damage.
Cycle    Annually
Measures    If the tubes are damaged, the entire adapter must be replaced.

3. Visual Inspection of the Bypass Adapter

Check    Visually inspect the bypass adaptor for damage. Damage may occur due to various environmental or operating conditions or improper handling.
Cycle    Annually
Measures    If the bypass adaptor is damaged, it should be replaced to ensure full functionality.

4. Replacing the Wearing Parts

Check    The wearing parts (here seal) must be checked with regard to their condition.
Cycle    Every two years
Measures    Regardless of the result of the test, it is recommended to replace the wearing parts to ensure smooth operation.

 


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Ventilation System

Ventilation System

 


Information on the Manufacturer

Giebel Filtec GmbH

Giebel FilTec GmbH
Carl-Zeiss-Str. 5
74626 Bretzfeld-Schwabbach
Germany

Phone +49 7946 944401 0
Fax +49 7946 944401 29
E-Mail info@giebel-adsorber.de

 


Product Overview

 

ebs-g1 ebs ebs fla ebs fbg
FLA-LK41 FLA-LK73 FLA-LK73_AL FLA-LK73_SS

 

Material used:
Stainless steel, aluminium, FKM, EPDM

REACH notice:
No ingredients requiring disclosure in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006.

 


Construction and Materials

 

     EBS_G1 EBS EBS-FLA EBS-FBG
Housing material Stainless steel Stainless steel / aluminium
Seal material FKM / EPDM -
Adsorber connection BSP G 1” female - BSP G 1” female -
Valve connection BSP G 2” female -
System connection BSP G 2” female Flange DN / ANSI
Operating temperature -40°C - +150°C

 


Technical Data

 

  ebs-g1 ebs ebs fla ebs fbg
  EBS_G1 EBS EBS-FLA EBS-FBG
Total weight [kg] 3,5 3,0 0,4 – 7,1 3,3 – 8,6
Diameter [mm] 314 314 DN / ANSI DN / ANSI
Height [mm] 244 216 DN / ANSI 280

 


Assembly and Commissioning

Assembly and Commissioning

1. Screw the venting system onto the venting pipe using a thread or flange.
2. For the "G1" version, screw the adsorber into the upper thread for this purpose, oil the thread slightly beforehand.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Maintenance

1. Unscrew the adsorber.
2. Remove the venting system from the system.
3. Check valves for proper function. If they are damaged, replace the complete venting system.
4. Reassemble the venting system.

 


Risk and Hazard Analysis

1. Moist air flows into the Plant
Porous gaskets
Moist air can flow into the system at the porous points. The seals must be checked according to the maintenance schedule.

Valves damaged
Moist air can enter through the valves in the venting system if the valves do not close.

2. Venting System is damaged
Material resistance
The ambient and operating conditions should be taken into account when making the selection. Aggressive environmental conditions or liquid in the tank can damage the venting system.

Temperature range
The ambient and operating temperatures should not exceed or fall below the specified range, otherwise the ventilation system may be damaged.

Improper handling
Incorrect or improper handling can damage the ventilation system. The recommended installation must be observed.

Strong vibrations
Strong vibrations of the plant can damage the venting system.

3. Overpressure or Underpressure is built up
Air flow rate too high
If the air volume is too high, overpressure can build up in the tank. The characteristics of the venting system must be observed.

Valves are stuck
Certain substances in the air can cause the valves to stick at the beginning after a long period of unused storage and build up increased overpressure.

Valves are damaged
If the outlet valves no longer close because they are damaged or impaired by impurities, humid air may enter the tank.

Thread of the accessory part is damaged
When mounting the accessory on the system, the threads must be lightly moistened with oil. Failure to lubricate the threads can lead to rubbing of the individual thread and is no reason for complaint.

Thread of the Adsorber and Accessories is damaged

4. Thread of the Adsorber and Accessories is damaged
When mounting the adsorber as well as the valve part on the system, the threads must be slightly wetted with oil. Failure to lubricate the threads can lead to rubbing of the individual threads and is no reason for complaint.

 

 


Maintenance Plan

1. Visual Inspection of the Venting System

Check    The venting system must be checked visually for damage. Damage can occur due to various environmental or operating conditions or improper handling.
Cycle    Annually
Measures    If the venting system shows signs of damage, it should be replaced to ensure full functionality.

2. Ventile auf Verklemmung prüfen

Check    The venting system must be checked visually for contamination. To ensure long-term functionality, the valve should be checked for freedom of movement.
Cycle    Annually
Measures    If the valves do not open and close, replace the venting system with a new one to ensure proper functioning.

 


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Oil separator

Oil separator

 


Information on the Manufacturer

Giebel Filtec GmbH

Giebel FilTec GmbH
Carl-Zeiss-Str. 5
74626 Bretzfeld-Schwabbach
Germany

Phone +49 7946 944401 0
Fax +49 7946 944401 29
E-Mail info@giebel-adsorber.de

 


Product Overview

 

osd-130      osd-180
OSD-130      OSD-180

 

Materials used:
Aluminium, stainless steel, nickel-plated brass, FKM

REACH notice:
No ingredients requiring disclosure in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006.

 


Construction and Materials

 

     OSD-130 OSD-180_AL OSD-180_SS
Housing material Aluminium / Brass Nickel-plated Stainless Steel / Aluminium
Seal material FKM
Adsorber Connection BSP G 1/2” female BSP G 1” female
System Connection BSP G 1/2“ male BSP G 1” male
Operating temperature -40 - +150°C

 


Technical Data

 

  osd-130 osd-180 osd-180
  OSD-130 OSD-180_AL OSD-180_SS
Total weight [kg] 3 0,9 1,6
Diameter [mm] 36 55 55
Height [mm] 143,50 198 200

 


Assembly and Commissioning

Assembly and Commissioning

1. Screw the oil separator onto the system.
2. Screw the adsorber into the upper thread. For this purpose, oil the thread lightly beforehand

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Maintenance

1. Unscrew the adsorber.
2. Unscrew the oil separator from the system.
3. Unscrew oil separator and check O-ring for damage. Replace with new one if necessary.
4. Check knitted wire mesh inside for contamination. If necessary, clean with compressed air.
5. Mount the adsorber and oil separator.

 


Risk and Hazard Analysis

1. Humid Air flows into the Plant
Porous Gaskets
Moist air can flow into the system at the porous points. The seals must be checked according to the maintenance schedule.

2. Oil Separator is damaged
Material resistance
When selecting the oil separator, the ambient and operating conditions should be taken into account. An aggressive environment or liquid in the container can damage the oil separator.

Temperature Range
The ambient and operating temperatures should not exceed or fall below the specified range, otherwise the oil separator may be damaged.

Improper Handling
Incorrect or improper handling can damage the oil separator. The recommended installation must be observed.

3. Over- or Underpressure builds up in the System
Air flow rate too high
Due to a high air flow rate generated by the system, an over- or underpressure can build up due to the knitted wire mesh.

Contaminated knitted wire Mesh and impeller
The knitted wire mesh and impeller may be clogged or glued by dirt particles.

Gewinde vom Adsorber und von Zubehörteilen wird beschädigt

4. Thread of the Adsorber and Accessories is damaged
When mounting the adsorber as well as the valve part on the system, the threads must be slightly wetted with oil. Failure to lubricate the threads can lead to rubbing of the individual threads and is no reason for complaint.

 

 

 


Maintenance Plan

1. Check Seals for Wear

Check    The O-ring mounted on the oil separator must be checked for perfect condition. For this purpose, the O-ring should be checked for brittleness.
Cycle    Annually
Measures    If damage is present, the O-ring should be replaced.

2. Check knitted wire Mesh for Impurities

Check    The knitted wire mesh and the impeller, inside the oil separator, must be checked for contamination and sticking.
Cycle    Annually
Measures    For faultless operation, the oil separator must be free of dirt. If the knitted wire mesh is contaminated, an attempt can be made to clean it using compressed air. If this is not possible, the oil separator must be replaced by a new one.

3. Visual Inspection of the Oil Separator

Check    The oil separator must be checked visually for damage. Damage can occur due to various environmental or operating conditions or improper handling.
Cycle    Annually
Measures    If the oil separator shows signs of damage, it should be replaced to ensure full functionality.

4. Replacing the Wearing Parts

Check    The wearing parts, especially the knitted wire mesh, the impeller and the O-ring, must be checked with regard to their condition.
Cycle    Every two years
Measures    Regardless of the result of the test, it is recommended to replace the wearing parts to ensure smooth operation.

 


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