Overfill Protection Devices - Tank-Full Shut-Off (Pneumatic)
Tank-Full Shut-Off (Pneumatic)
Shuts off fluid supply to remediation tanks when full.
This pneumatic device is activated by a high liquid level in the recovery tank. Once activated, it shuts the air supply to the pneumatic pump, stopping fluid discharge to the tank.
|SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE TR-75713 PNEUMATIC TANK-FULL SHUT-OFF|
|Enclosure||PVC and 6061 aluminum|
|Chemical Compatibility, Exterior Components||Refined petroleum products|
|Compressed Gas Supply||0 to 100 psi, filtered to 40 microns
(see note 1)
|Compressed Gas Consumption||0 scfm|
|Control Valve||2 way, normally open, 20 scfm @ 100 psi (see note 2)|
|Operating Temperature||33 to 120°F. (see note 3)|
|Compressed Gas Connections||Primary ¼” O.D. push-to-connect tubing fittings. Secondary ¼” female NPT on bulk heads|
|Operation Status Indicator||Pressure indicator colorimetric, “Green” compressed gas is supplied to pumps, “Black” compressed gas is shut off to pump(s)|
|Reset After Shut Down||Manually operated|
|Note 1: The use of synthetic oil in an air compressor can cause chemical deterioration of components In the Control Valve that could result in failure of the unit.|
|Note 2: The TR- 75713 can support up to six FAP+ZW skimmer pumps.
Consult with a factory representative before using a larger number.
|Note 3: If the unit must be operated in temperatures less than 33°F., then a desiccant air dryer must be used to reduce the dew point of the moisture in the compressed gas to a lower temperature than ambient. If using inert compressed gas, check with the supplier concerning the dew point temperature of the inert gas supplier.|
|TR-75713||Tank-Full Shut-Off (pneumatic)|