Operating Instructions

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1)Screw uptake pipe into pump.

2)Extend uptake pipe to required length.

3)Fully tighten locking collar.

4)Screw pump into drum, taking care not to damage the plastic thread.

5)Fully screw down locking ring to secure pump in desired position.

6)Securely connect air line to pump.

7)Pull up adjusting knob on top of the regulator to enable adjustment.

8)Open outlet on/off tap nozzle.

9)Open air inlet on/off tap to discharge into a suitable container.

10)Adjust air pressure, by rotating knob at top of the regulator, until a smooth flow is achieved.

11)Push in the knob on the regulator to lock setting.

12)Close air inlet on/off tap to stop flow.

AF1 PUMP MODEL 1050 AIR OPERATED TRANSFER PUMP

Technical Data

 

 

Ratio

 

1:1

Air Pressure Regulator

7 bar max.

Inlet

 

1/4”BSP

Maximum Air Pressure

7 bar

Minimum Air Pressure

2 bar

Air Consumption (ISO 68 @ 10 ltrs/min)

125 ltr/min

Exhaust

 

Double Baffled

Maximum Sound Level @ 1m

74 dB

Output Data

approx 250 mls/stroke when fully primed

Hydraulic Oils (ISO 32)

0-20 ltr/min

Lubrication Oils (ISO 68)

0-15 ltr/min

Gear Oils (ISO 220)

0-10 ltr/min

Minimum Operating Temperature

It is recommended that the pump is not used below 2°C because ice formation may cause the regulator to malfunction.

AF1 Safety in Operation

1)Removal of Regulator is not recommended and will invalidate warranty.

2)Do not attempt to dismantle Pump. Return to supplier if problems occur during correct operation. Tampering with the unit will invalidate warranty.

3)When using Optional Hose Kit always fit the Hose Bracket to the pump and ensure that the hose is inserted through the bracket grommet. Otherwise

the pump may be damaged.

Caution

The air regulator fitted to this product is designed for fluid control by regulating the pressure within the pump from a service air line pressure of 7 bar (100 p.s.i.) maximum.

It is strongly recommended that an air line pressure greater than 7 bar (100 p.s.i.) should not be used.

Analysing & Rectifying Problems

Problem; The air piston does not operate. Solution; The air pressure is too low. The minimum

recommended air pressure is 2 bar (30 p.s.i.)

Problem; The air piston stalls.

Solution; At very low pressure this can occur and is normal.

a)Close and re-open the air inlet on/off tap.

b)Air piston may be frozen; see below.

c)Should stalling regularly occur, then re-adjust the regulator to increase air pressure.

Problem; Frost on air cylinder and air piston stalled. Solution; In instances of prolonged pumping (usually

when operating with hose kit) the air piston may freeze due to excess water in the air line supply.

Should this stall the pump then;

a)Close the air inlet on/off tap for a few minutes to allow the pump to thaw.

b)Fit a Filter or Filter/Lubricator to reduce water content in air supply to the pump.

ERNEST H. HILL LIMITED

10-12 MEADOWBROOK PARK - STATION ROAD - HALFWAY - SHEFFIELD S20 3PJ - ENGLAND

Telephone; +44 (0) 114 248 4882

Fax; +44 (0) 114 248 9142

web site; http://www.hillpumps.com

e-mail; sales@hillpumps.com

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