Installation and Maintenance Instructions
according to Regulation DIN 82079
Information about the Manufacturer
Giebel FilTec GmbH
|SAL-BAR AL||SAL-BAR 2||SAL-BAR SS||SAL-BAR IBC|
Aluminium, stainless steel, FKM, EPDM
No ingredients that must be named according to Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006.
Structure and Materials
|SAL-BAR AL||SAL- BAR 2||SAL-BAR SS||SAL-IBC AL|
|Housing material||Aluminium / Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Aluminium / Stainless Steel|
|Seal material||FKM / EPDM|
|Pump connection||BSP G ¾“ female|
|Adsorber connection||BSP G ¾“ female|
|Drum/IBC connection||BSP G 2“ male|
|Operating temperature||-40°C - +150°C|
|SAL-BAR||SAL-BAR 2||SAL-BAR SS||SAL-IBC AL|
|Total weight [kg]||1,9||2,0||2,6||2,2|
Installation and Commissioning
1. Check the O-ring for correct seating.
2. Screw the suction lance onto the drum/IBC.
3. Screw the hose for the pump into the lateral Thread.
4. Screw the adsorber into the upper thread of the suction lance. For this purpose, oil the thread slightly beforehand.
1. Unscrew the adsorber.
2. Unscrew the hose from the suction lance.
3. Remove the suction lance from the drums/IBCs by unscrewing.
4. Check O-ring for damage. Replace with new one if necessary.
5. Check the ball valve in the foot part for free movement.
6. Screw the suction lance back onto the drum/IBC.
Risk and Hazard Analysis
1. Humid Air flows into the drum/IBC
Moist air can flow into the system at the porous points. Check the O-ring according to the maintenance schedule.
2. Suction Lance is damaged
The ambient and operating conditions should be taken into account in the selection.
The ambient and operating temperatures should not exceed or fall below the specified range, otherwise the suction lance may be damaged.
Incorrect or improper handling can damage the bypass adapter. Please pay attention to the recommended mounting.
3. Over- or Underpressure builds up in the System
Ball valve clogged/glued
Due to certain substances in the air, the PTFE ball can stick at the beginning after long, unused storage and build up an increased negative pressure during suction.
4. Liquid flows out of the Suction Tube
Ball Valve blocked
Contamination could prevent the ball from closing properly and thus keep the liquid in the suction tube.
5. 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.
1. Check O-ring for Wear
|Check||The O-ring installed on the suction lance must be checked to ensure that it is in perfect condition. For this purpose the O-ring should be checked for brittleness.|
|Measures||If damage is present, the O-ring should be replaced.|
2. Check ball Valve for Wear
|Check||Check the ball in the foot part of the suction lance for free movement.|
|Measures||If the ball no longer opens or closes, it is recommended to replace the entire suction lance to ensure full functionality.|
3. Visual Inspection of the Suction lance
|Check||The suction lance must be checked visually for damage. Damage can occur due to various environmental or operating conditions or improper handling.|
|Measures||If the suction lance is damaged, it should be replaced to ensure full functionality.|
4. Replacing the Wearing Parts
|Check||The wearing parts, especially the ball in the foot part of the suction lance 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.|