X-(B-60/90) Revision 01 BiRotor Meters Series 60, 70, 80, and 90 Operating and Maintenance Instructions Brodie Meter Co., LLC P.O. Box 450 19267 Highway North (30461) Statesboro, GA 30459-0450 Phone: (912) 489-0200 Fax: (912) 489-0295 www.brodiemeter.com Essential Instructions Brodie Meter Co., LLC designs, manufactures, and tests its products to meet many national and international standards. The products sold and distributed by Brodie Meter Co., LLC are sophisticated technical instruments that must be properly installed, used, and maintained to ensure they continue to operate within their normal specifications. The following instructions must be followed and integrated into your safety program when installing, using, and maintaining any of the products purchased from Brodie Meter Co., LLC. • Read all instructions prior to installing, operating, and maintaining your equipment. If this manual is not the manual you need, telephone (912) 489-0200, or the local Brodie Meter Co., LLC office and the necessary manual will be mailed to you. Save this manual for future reference. If you do not understand the instructions, contact your sales representative for clarification. Follow all warnings, cautions, and instructions marked on, and supplied with your equipment. Inform and educate your personnel in the proper installation, operation, and maintenance of your equipment. Install and maintain your equipment, and related instrumentation, as specified in the manual instructions and in accordance with local and national codes. Connect all products to the proper electrical and pressure sources. To ensure proper performance, use qualified personnel to install, operate, update, program, and maintain the equipment. When replacement parts are required, ensure that qualified service personnel use replacement parts specified by Brodie Meter Co., LLC. Unauthorized parts and procedures can affect the product's performance and endanger your operation. Look-alike substitutions may result in fire, electrical hazards, or improper operation. Except when maintenance is being performed by qualified persons, ensure all equipment doors are closed and protective covers are in place to prevent electrical shock and personal injury. • • • • • • • Instruction Cross Reference X-PS01 P-Style BiRotor Meters Table of Contents Paragraph Number Section 1 INTRODUCTION General Description Meter Model Number Specifications Section 2 INSTALLATION General Receipt of Equipment Return Shipment Meter Installation, Storage and Shipment Section 3 OPERATION General Section 4 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE General Disassembly Measuring Unit Disassembly Removing Timing Gears and Rotors Cleaning the Measuring Unit Measuring Unit Assembly Setting End Rotor Clearance Timing Gear Adjustment Meter Adjustment Section 5 TROUBLESHOOTING Section 6 PARTS LIST 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4 3-1 4-1 4-2 4-3 4-4 4-5 4-6 4-7 4-8 4-9 Page Number 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 6 6 6 7 7 List of Illustrations Figure Number 4-1 4-2 4-3 4-4 4-5 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-6 6-7 6-8 6-9 6-10 6-11 6-12 Title Proper Method for Blocking Rotors Typical Rear End Plate/Bearing Assembly Proper Method for Timing Rotors Proper Method for Setting Rotor End Clearance Model 4200 Accuracy Adjustor Complete Meter Assembly - Series 60, 70 and 80 Complete Meter Assembly - Series 90 Right Angle Counter Base Plate Assembly Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 60 Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 70 Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 80 Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 90 Counter Base Plate Assembly - Part Numbers 51750-500, 51790-011, 82750-010 and 82750-500 Counter Base Plate Assembly- Part Number 92150-500 Shockfree Quantity Control Valve - For Series 60, 70 and 80 Meters Shockfree Quantity Control Valve - For Series 90 Meters Linkage Assembly - All Models Page Number 5 5 6 6 7 8 10 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 18 19 20 Table of Contents continued on next page... List of Tables Table Number 1-1 1-2 5-1 6-1A 6-1 B 6-1C 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-6 6-7 6-8 6-9 6-10 6-11 6-12 Title Connections Capacities Troubleshooting Complete Meter Assembly -Series60 Complete Meter Assembly - Series 70 Complete Meter Assembly- Series 80 Complete Meter Assembly - Series 90 Right Angle Counter Base Plate Assembly Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 60 Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 70 Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 80 Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 90 Counter Base Plate Assembly - Part Numbers 51750-500, 51790-011, 82750-010 and 82750-500 Counter Base Plate Assembly- Part Number 92150-500 Shockfree Quantity Control Valve - For Series 60, 70 and 80 Meters Shockfree Quantity Control Valve - For Series 90 Meters Linkage Assembly - All Models Page Number 1 1 7 9 9 11 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 18 19 20 Section 1 INTRODUCTION 1-1 General The Brodie BiRotor Meter is a precision made, accurate flow measurement device which utilizes the positive displacement principle of operation. It is designed to measure crude and refined petroleum products as well as many industrial liquids. Measuring Unit Rotors: Heat Treated Aluminum (Standard) 6" Series 90 and 92 uses Cast Iron 3-Tooth Rotor Rotor Shafts: E.T.D.150 Rotor Bearings: Stainless Steel Body and End Covers: Cast Iron 1-2 Description The standard meter consists of a measuring unit installed in an outer housing or case, an adjustor for calibration and selected registration equipment. "I'" Style BiRotor Meters offer an electrical output pulse proportional to liquid flow and utilize a pick-off Assembly. No mechanical adjustment or stack-up equipment is required with the P-Style meter. As product enters the intake of the measurement element, two finely timed rotors divide the liquid into precise segments of known volume and return those segments to the flowing stream. During this transition, the rotation of the two rotors is directly proportional to volumetric throughput. The rotors are always dynamically balanced, but hydraulically unbalanced, and have no metal-to-metal contact with one another or the measuring unit housing. Volume indication is determined by either mechanical output gearing leading to registration devices, or by an electrical output signal to remote registration equipment. The accuracy adjustor, located on the output shaft of the counter drive gearing of the mechanical meter, permits the operator to adjust output registration to read in exact units of volume. It allows for adjustments up to +/-3% of meter throughput in determining accurate measurement. The meter may be supplied with any of several accessory items including two-stage electric valves, preset counters, high frequency pulse generators, impulse contactors, etc. These units provide various functions for local and/ or remote control and readout. NOTE: Before placing the meter into service reference the appropriate instruction manuals for all accessories. This includes hook-up, electrical wiring, and specification requirements and restrictions. 1-3 Meter Model Number The meter Model Number, Serial Number, Flow Range and Operating Pressure appear on the nameplate attached to the meter body. This information is vital to proper operation and identification, and should not be removed for any reason. Counter Base Plate (Not used on P-Series) Body: Steel O-Rings: VitonTM (Standard) Counter Base Drive Gears: Stainless Steel Drive Shafts: Stainless Steel Drive Shaft Ball Bearings: Stainless Steel Optional: All Ferrous Materials of Construction Ratings WARNING: Do not operate this meter in excess of the values specified. Failure to heed warning may result in serious personal injury or damage to equipment. Maximum Safe Working Pressure: 150 psi (1034 kPa) Maximum Safe Working Temperature -20 to 150"F (-29 to 65°C).Optional to 325° (162'C) max. Table 1-1 Connections Model B-62 B-72 B-82 B-92 B-70 B-80 B-90 Connection 3" 150 lb. ANSI Flange 3" 150 lb. ANSI Flange 4" 150 lb. ANSI Flange 6" 150 lb. ANSI Flange 3" or 4" 150 lb. ANSI Flange 4" or 6" 150 lb. ANSI Flange 6" 150 lb. ANSI Flange DBF (All Ferrous Construction) same as DB Models. Table 1-2 Capacities MAXIMUM CAPACITY -GASOLINE/LIGHT OILS U.S. Imp. Bbls. Liters gpm gpm per Hour per Min. Model B-62 B-72 B-82 250 425 600 1000 550 800 1200 208 354 500 833 460 665 1000 357 607 857 1430 785 1142 1714 946 1609 2271 3785 2082 3028 4542 1-4 Specifications The following specifications apply to the meter unless otherwise stated. Materials of Construction Housing: Welded Steel construction combining castings and drawn steel plates. B-92 B-70 B-80 B-90 DBF (All Ferrous Construction) same as DB Models. 1 Section 2 INSTALLATION 2-1 General This section contains the procedure for receipt and installation of the meter. Specific instructions for accessory equipment should be obtained from individual bulletins covering those products. 2-2 Receipt of Equipment When the equipment is received, the outside of the packing case should be checked for any damage incurred during shipment. If the packing case is damaged, the local carrier should be notified at once concerning his liability. A report should be submitted to the Product Service Department, Brodie Meter Co., LLC, P.O. Box 450, Statesboro, Georgia, 30458. Remove the envelope containing the packing list. Carefully remove the equipment from the packing case. Inspect for damaged or missing parts. Refer to your packing list for information as to what is supplied with your particular order. In the event that any items are missing from your shipment, contact your local Brodie representative or Sales Office. The serial number of your meter and sales order number should be supplied at this time. 2-3 Return Shipment To be able to process return goods quickly and efficiently, it is IMPORTANT that you provide essential information. Do not return any Assembly or part without an "R.M.R."(Returned Materials Report), or a letter which describes the problem, correction action, if any, to be taken, and the work that is to be performed at the factory. R. M.R. forms can be obtained from Brodie Sales Offices or the Service Department, Brodie Meter Co., LLC, P.O. Box 450, Highway 301 N., Statesboro, Georgia, 30458. Place a copy of either of the above inside the shipping container and attach it physically to the material being returned. A copy of your packing list should be placed inside an envelope and attached to the outside of the shipping container, or placed inside the container. 2-4 Meter Installation, Storage and Shipment The following is a general outline for the proper storage, shipment, installation, and start up of any Brodie BiRotor meter. Additional information on the proper use of Positive Displacement Meters can be obtained from API Standard 1101 - Measurement of Petroleum Liquid Hydrocarbons by Positive Displacement Meter. Storage A. Brodie meters are precision instruments and should be handled with care. They should not be subjected to rough or improper handling or stored in an environment where moisture, extreme temperatures, or foreign material can damage the meter. 2 Flange covers must remain on the meter until it is ready for installation. C. If extended storage is anticipated under harsh field conditions the meters should be stored in waterproof lined wooden boxes. Desiccant packs should be taped to the inside of the meter flanges to reduce the effects of humidity on the measuring element. Caution must be used to insure the desiccant packs are removed prior to installation. D. If the meter is removed from service for an extended period of time it should be flushed with a light oil before being placed into storage. The meter flanges should be securely covered. Shipment A. If the meter is removed from service it must be thoroughly drained and neutralized before it is packed for shipment. Care must be taken to insure that product removed from the meter is disposed of in accordance with all applicable local, state, and federal laws. B. The flanges should be sealed to keep residual fluid from leaking out of the meter during transport. The type of flange required will vary with the form of transportation used. Contact the carrier for specific instructions. C. The meter should be securely mounted on a wooden skid for shipment. The original container supplied by Brodie or a solid wooden box should be used to protect the exterior of the meter. B. Installation WARNING: Compounds used in the making of elastomer gaskets, O-rings and seals will, by nature, deteriorate over an extended period of time. This is dependent on elastomer material, frequency of operation and the product being measured. Extreme caution should be used when measuring volatile liquids or when using a meter that has been stored for an extended period of time. Loss of seal integrity can result in leakage, damage to equipment and/ or personal injury. A. The BiRotor meter should be mounted on a secure foundation. Considerations for placement of a right angle adaptor and meter weight must be made when vertical installation is required. B. Care should be taken insure the drain plug remains accessible. 1. A valve may be installed on the drain line to facilitate draining water and sediment from the meter. A lockable valve is recommended to reduce the chance of accidentally draining the meter. 2. Any product drained from the meter, either manually or through a centralized drain system, must be disposed of in accordance with local, state and federal laws. Skid foundations and process piping must be properly secured in order to minimize line vibration at the meter. C. D. Process piping should not place undue strain on the meter. E. Provisions should be made to insure that thermal expansion does not raise line pressure above the maximum pressure rating of the meter. All process piping must be clean and free of debris to insure foreign material does not enter the meter. For continuous protection a strainer should be installed upstream of the meter. G. A flow limiting valve should be installed downstream of the meter to maintain adequate back pressure and to protect the meter from excessive flow rates. H. If required, an air eliminator should be installed upstream of the meter. I. Do not allow water to remain in the meter. If water has entered the meter remove the inner unit and clean it with a light lubricating oil. J. Standard flow through the meter is from left to right. If right to left flow is required, consult your local Brodie agent or an authorized repair center. K. The bolt pattern on the meter accessories allows the meter accessory stack to be rotated in 90 degree increments. The required position should be selected prior to installing electrical service to the meter. Care should be taken not to damage the capillary tube on the temperature compensator if so equipped. L. Isolation valves should be installed on both ends of the meter run to minimize product loss when removing any of the components from the line. F. C. Slowly bleed air from the system through the high point vent. D. Once all air has been eliminated, slowly open the downstream valve. Allow the meter to run at approximately 20 percent of the maximum rated flow for two minutes. Observe the rotation of the counter wheels to insure the meter is operating smoothly. Continue opening the downstream valve until it is fully open. Care should be taken to insure the maximum flow rate of the meter is not exceeded. Confirm that the setting on the flow control valve is properly fixed and is in control of the system. E. Do not close valves quickly. This can cause a pressure spike which can damage the meter. Do not make adjustments to the meter or its accessories while the meter is turning. When adjustor settings are changed, a small batch should be run through the meter prior to making the next proving run. This allows the adjustor components to shift to the new setting. G. Prove the meter in order to establish a meter factor under actual operating conditions. Proving records and other pertinent meter data should be retained in order to establish a performance history for the meter. Brodie Meter Co., LLC has highly qualified service technicians who are available to provide start up assistance. Contact Brodie Statesboro or your local Brodie Authorized Repair Center if service assistance is required. F. Section 3 OPERATION CAUTION: Do not operate this meter in excess of the values stated in Section 1-4 Specifications. Section 4 MAINTENANCE WARNING: Extreme care must be exercised when the measuring chamber is exposed and handled. Hands must be kept clear of the timing gears, rotors and measuring chamber or serious personal injury can occur. Due to the precision balance of the rotors and timing gears, they can be set in motion very easily. Keep hands clear of these parts at all times. At no time should hands be used to brace these parts while servicing. 4-1 General The amount of maintenance necessary for efficient meter performance depends upon such factors as: A. Continuity of Operation - A meter which operates continuously, will require more attention than one on intermittent duty. B. Rate of Flow - The practical life of any piece of equipment is proportional to its speed of operation. A meter operating at, or close to, its maximum rating will have a shorter life than one operating at a reduced rate. 3-1 General The following recommendations should be considered when the meter is first put into operation or any time that the meter has been drained. Starting Flow Through the Meter A. If large volumes of debris are expected in the process piping during start up it is recommended that the measuring element be removed from the meter until the lines are free of pipe scale, weld beads and other types of foreign material. A spool piece may be used as a temporary replacement for the meter. The strainer basket should be removed to eliminate the possibility of rupturing. Slowly introduce product into the meter. Open the upstream valve while the downstream valve remains closed. B. 3 C. Lubricating Value of Product - A meter handling a light lubricating oil will have a longer service life than one measuring a dry motor fuel. D. Cleanliness of Product - Abrasive solid material entrained in the measured product will accelerate wear. All meters should receive routine maintenance checks to avoid potential problems that could lead to failure. To a considerable extent, a meter's performance is dependent on the proper functioning of accessory equipment in use. The following list highlight some of the conditions and factors that may influence meter performance. 1. A meter should be kept filled with the liquid it is measuring. Draining results in the formation of deposits which increase mechanical friction, thus decreasing service life. Any leaking shut-off or check valves should be repaired or replaced. 2. A petroleum meter should be kept free of water. Under normal circumstances regular inspection and drainage of storage tanks is sufficient protection. 3. 4. Clean the strainer basket frequently. Soft closing loading valves or shock chambers for eliminating water hammer should be kept in good working order. The valves and operating mechanism of an air eliminator should be inspected on a routine basis. This is especially true where a critical air condition exists. For this reason meter performance is dependent on proper air elimination. Factors leading to difficult valve and air eliminator operating conditions include: gum formations caused by alternate wetting and drying, formation of corrosive vapors, and presence of salt air. The meter counter should be protected from extreme weather and any potential hazardous condition. A meter taken out of service for any length of time should be filled with light lubricating oil. Proper Service Bulletins should be available for reference at all times. WARNING: All pressure must be relieved, flow stopped and electrical connections to the meter disconnected before any disassembly can take place. Failure to comply can result in serious personal injury and/or damage to the equipment. Service should be performed by trained and qualified personnel only. 1. 2. 3. 4. Remove the Drain Plug and completely drain the meter. Remove the Accuracy Adjustor and Counter Base Plate Assembly. Remove Hex Nuts and Housing Cover from the Meter Housing. Disconnect the Measuring Unit from the Meter Housing by first removing the Screws, Washers and Seal Washers from the unit. Carefully lift the Measuring Unit away from the meter body and place on a clean dry surface. The Measuring Unit may now be inspected. In some cases, a thorough washing in cleaning solvent or kerosene will be sufficient to free the Rotors of corrosion or foreign material. In the event that solid material or corrosion prevents proper operation it will be necessary to remove the Rotors and Rear End Cover Assembly for further cleaning. 5. 6. 5. WARNING: Extreme care must be exercised when the Measuring Unit Assembly is exposed or handled. Hands must be kept clear of all Gears and Rotors or serious personal injury can occur. Due to the precision of the Rotors and Drive Gears, they can easily beset into motion. Keep Hands clear of these parts at all times. At no time should the hands be used to brace these parts while servicing. 6. 7. 8. 4-3 Measuring Unit Disassembly 1. Position the Measuring Unit with the Front End Plate facing out in such away as to afford easy access. This will vary according to the size of the meter being serviced. It is recommended that a cradle type structure be used for the disassembly of most models. Reference Figure 4-1. Remove the two front Bearing Retainer Caps(Series 90 Meters). Remove the Drive Gear Assembly, Retainer Ring and Key (if applicable) and Bearings from the 3-Tooth Rotor. Remove the Screw, Washer, Bearing Key and Bearings from the 4-Tooth Rotor. DO NOT remove the Front End Plate at this time. Rotate the Measuring Unit, remove Screws from the Rear End Cover and separate from the Measuring Unit Body. 4-2 Disassembly Cleanliness is of prime importance when working on a precision instrument. The work area should be clean and the meter parts thoroughly washed. All Gaskets and O-Rings should be removed, examined and replaced as required. This policy will assure maximum performance from your Brodie BiRotor Meter at less expense and with greater accuracy. Removing the Measuring Unit Reference Figures 6-1 through 6-12 and Tables 6-1 through 6-12 for basic part identification. 4 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. The Rotors and Rear End Cover can now be washed thoroughly with solvent or kerosene and inspected. If the Rotors show no evidence of contact with each other, and if the Timing Gears appear satisfactory, further disassembly will not be required. 4. 5. 4-4 Removing Timing Gears and Rotors Severe scoring of the Rotors, or grit in the Bearings, may necessitate removal of the Rotors from the Rear End Cover. 1. 2. Remove Lock Nut Retainer and Washer. Using a small piece of rubber, or nylon stock, block the Timing Gears. Ball Bearing should be cleaned and inspected for wear. All Gears and Shafts in the Rear End Cover Assembly should be inspected. Check all O-Rings and Gaskets for wear and/or distortion and replace as required. NOTE: All parts should be thoroughly cleaned in solvent, light fuel oil, kerosene or a suitable cleaning agent compatible with the metallurgy of the meter and the liquid being measured. 4-6 Measuring Unit Assembly 1. Lubricate all Bearings and O-Rings with a light weight oil. 2. Position the Measuring Unit Body and attach the Front End Plate by installing Screws. 3. Rotate the Measuring Unit Body and replace the Rotors in the proper slots with the tapered end of the Rotors upward. Position and attach the Rear End Plate using the Screws previously removed. Install the Bearings within the bearing bore of the Rear End Plate. NOTE: The slot on the outer race of the Ball Bearing must align with the Roll Pin in the bottom of the bearing bore. Position a Bearing Retainer (Series 90) or Spacer over each Bearing and attach by installing Lock Washers and Screws. Replace the Spacer Key (if applicable), Timing Gears, Lock Nut Retainer, Lock Washer and Screws. NOTE: The large Timing Gear fits on the 4-tooth Rotor. The short tab on the Spacer Key fits in the inner race of the Ball Bearings and the longer tab seats into the slot on the Timing Gear. 4. 5. 6. Figure 4-1 Proper Method for Blocking R 7. 3. Timing Gears are taper fitted to the shafts and can be removed one at a time by striking the inside face of the gear (do not strike teeth) with a rubber mallet. Care should be taken not to damage the Rotor Shaft threads when removing the Timing Gears. Remove the Bearing Spacers and Bearings from the Rear Cover. NOTE: Ball Bearings can be removed from the End Covers by gently tapping or pressing on the inner race of the Bearings from the inside of the End Cover. Separate the Rotors from the Rear End Cover. Remove the Front End Cover and Bearings. 4. 5. 6. 4-5 Cleaning the Measuring Unit 1. Scored metal should be removed with a file taking care only to remove the high points. Do not remove any more metal than is necessary. Wash thoroughly insolvent or kerosene to remove all particles of grit or metal. Lightly file the End Covers to remove any burrs or high spots. Use fine sand paper to remove corrosion and burrs from the surface of the bores that house the Bearings. 2. 3. Figure 4-2 Typical Rear End Plate/Bearing A bl 5 Replace Lock Washers and Lock Nuts. The tab on the Lock Washer must seat into the slot on the Timing Gear. 9. Rotate the body and install Bearings, Bearing Key, Snap Ring, Lock Washer and Screws onto the Front End Cover. NOTE: The tab on the Bearing Key must seat into the slot on the inner race of the Bearing. 10. The Measuring Unit must have Rotor clearance as described in Sections 4-7 and 4-8. 8. 2. 3. 4. 5. 4-7 Setting End Rotor Clearance Note: End rotor clearance is not required on all models. Units requiring end rotor clearance can be identified by the presence of set screws on the face of Timing Gears. 1. Adjust the two Set Screws located on the face of the Timing Gears until both Rotors are flush with the back side of the Rear End Plate. 2. Insert a shim into the outlet port, located on the Front End Plate, and determine the total distance between the backside of the Front End Plate and the 3-tooth Rotor. Repeat this procedure for the 4-tooth Rotor. 3. Adjust the two Set Screws located on the small Timing Gear until the distance between the back side of the Front End Plate and the 3-tooth Rotor is one-half the distance previously determined. Repeat this procedure for the 4-tooth Rotor and the large Timing Gear. 4. If the end clearance is adjusted properly, the Rotors will spin freely in any position. If the Rotors fail to spin freely, repeat procedure for setting end clearance. 6. NOTE: This may be done through the inlet and outlet openings of the unit. Position the Measuring Unit into the Meter Housing so that the inlet on the Measuring Unit couples with the inlet on the Meter Housing. Replace Screws, Washers and Seal Washers attaching the Measuring Unit to the Meter Housing. Replace the Meter Cover Housing and the Front Dome Gasket. A light film of grease will aid in holding the Gasket in place. Rotate the Coupling Tube on the Pinion Shaft Assembly of the Counter Base Plate Assembly until the Drive Pin is positioned the same as the slot of the Coupling Jaw on the Counter Drive Gear Train. Install the Adjustor and all other accessories. See Section 3 - Operation for Start-up recommendations Figure 4-4 Proper Method for Setting Rotor End Cl 4-9 Meter Adjustment The standard mechanical BiRotor meter is supplied with a Series 4200 Adjustor whereby incremental changes can be made to calibrate meter output with registration equipment. This is accomplished by changing the gear ratio between the meter packing Shaft and the Counter. To make adjustments: 1. Remove the protective security cover of the Adjustor. 2. 3. Lift the Adjustor Locking Plate. Adjust the meter as required. Adjustment Knobs are labeled for COARSE and FINE adjustment. Each groove of the COARSE adjustment equals 0.6% of the volume delivered. Each groove of the FINE adjustment is equal to 0.05% of the volume delivered. NOTE: Pushing the adjustment knobs IN decreases the counter reading. Pulling the adjustment knobs OUT increases the counter reading. Figure 4-3 Proper Method for Timing R 4-8 Timing Gear Adjustment 1. Loosen the Jam Nut on the large Timing Gear and with a feeler gauge or shims, carefully centralize a lobe of the 3-toothed Rotor in a flute of the 4-toothed Rotor. Determine the distance between the lobe and the flute of the two Rotors and shim the Rotors one-half of the determined distance between them. 6 Section 6 PARTS LIST Reference Figures 6-1 through 6-12 and Tables 6-1 through 6-12 for complete parts list information for the basic Brodie BiRotor Meter Series 60 through 90. Reference Instruction Manual X-PS01 for parts pertaining to the P-Style Meter. For parts not listed, or for additional information, consult factory. When ordering, the following information must be furnished. 1. Part Number and Description 2. Model Number of Flow meter 3. Serial Number of Flow meter 4. Quantity Required When ordering items of a material or special construction not indicated in the parts list, the Specific Material of Construction must be included. Figure 4-5 Model 4200 Accuracy Adj P-Style BiRotor meters are adjusted electronically at the point of registration using meter factor information and require no mechanical adjustor. Reference Instruction Manual X-PS01 for complete adjustment details. Section 5 TROUBLESHOOTING Table 5-1 has been provided to aid in basic troubleshooting. Disassembly procedures are covered in Section 4 -Maintenance. If the flow meter is found to be in need of repair, it is recommended that the user contact the nearest Brodie Service or Sales Office. It is important that service be performed by trained and qualified service personnel. Table 5-1 Troubleshooting Symptoms Meter runs but counter does not register. Possible Cause Faulty Register Faulty adjustor or broken coupling between adjustor and counter base plate. Service Required Remove register and see if output shaft on adjustor rotates with metered fluid flow. If output shaft on adjustor rotates, replace register. Remove adjustor and see if output shaft on counter base plate rotates with metered fluid flow. If output shaft of counter base plate Assembly rotates, then inspect the following: 1. Check coupling on input shaft of adjustor to see if it is broken. If broken, replace coupling. 2. If coupling is not broken, replace adjustor. Check rotor clearances as described in Section 4-8. If discrepancy is found, re-time rotors. Remove rotors as described in Section 4-4. If rotors are scored or galled, clean them as described in Section 4-5. If rotors are damaged beyond repair, replace with a new set. Install rotors as described in Section 4-6. Remove ball bearings as described in Section 4-4. Check to see if ball bearings turn freely with no free play. If discrepancy is found, replace ball bearings and install as described. Disassembly counter base plate Assembly. Check for worn or damaged gears. Replace gears as necessary and reassembly. Meter runs but is noisy. Meter is not timed properly. Damaged Rotors Worn ball bearings. Damaged gears in counter base plate Assembly. 7 Figure 6-1 Complete Meter Assembly - Series 60, 70 and 80 8 Table 6-1A Complete Meter Assembly - Series 60 Meter B-62DB Standard Metallurgy Qty 1 Gal. Per 10 Gal. Per 10 Liters per Rqd Revolution Revolution Revolution 62300-000 62300-010 62300-020 1 62305-000 62305-010 62305-020 4 151052 151052 151052 1 62430 62430 62430 24 151545 151545 151545 24 150766-008 150766-008 150766-008 1 60434 60434 60434 1 62415 62415 62415 1 154707 154707 154707 1 151841 151841 151841 1 51156 51156 51156 1 51750-500 517500-500 82750-500 9 151253 151253 151253 2 151831 151831 151831 2 155051 155051 155051 1 4200 4200 4200 1 30202 30202 30202 4 153991 153991 153991 4 150565 150565 150565 4 151882 151882 151882 4 152034 152034 152034 Model B-62DBF All Ferrous 1 Gal. Per 10 Gal. Per 10 Liters per Revolution Revolution Revolution 62300-001 62300-011 62300-021 62305-001 62305-011 62305-021 151052 151052 151052 62430 62430 62430 151545 151545 151545 150766-008 150766-008 150766-008 60434 60434 60434 62415 62415 62415 154707 154707 154707 151841 151841 151841 51156 51156 51156 51790-011 51790-011 82750-010 151253 151253 151253 151831 151831 151831 155051 155051 155051 4200 4200 4200 30202 30202 30202 153991 153991 153991 150565 150565 150565 151882 151882 151882 152034 152034 152034 Item Description Complete Meter Assy. Measuring Unit Screw Housing Cover Nut Screw Gasket Meter Housing Drain Plug Lead Washer Counter Base Plate Gasket Counter Base Plate Assy. Screw Lead Seal Seal Wire Adjustor Name Plate Drive Screw Screw Steel Washer Stat-O-Seal 1 3 4 16 17 19* 20 22 23 26* 27 28 29 30 31* 32 33 35 43 44 * Recommended Spare Part. Table 6-1 B Complete Meter Assembly - Series 70 Meter Model B-70C8, B-72DB Standard Metallurgy B-72DBF All Ferrous Qty 1 Gal. per 10 Gal. per 10 Liters per 1 Gal. per 10 Gal. per Rqd Revolution Revolution Revolution Revolution Revolution 70500-000 70500-010 72500-000 72500-010 72500-020 72500-001 72500-01 t 1 72505-000 72505-010 72505-020 72505-001 72505-011 4 151026 151026 151026 151026 151026 1 62890 62890 62890 62890 62890 22 151555 151555 151555 151555 151555 22 150803 150803 150803 150803 150803 1 178709 178709 178709 178709 178709 1 72925-005 72925-005 72925-005 72925-005 72925-005 1 154718-024 154718-024 154718-024 154718-024 154718-024 1 51156 51156 51156 51156 51156 1 82750-500 51750-500 82750-500 82750-010 51790-011 9 151251 151251 151251 151251 151251 2 151831 151831 151831 151831 151831 2 155051 155051 155051 155051 155051 1 4200 4200 4200 4200 4200 1 30202 30202 30202 30202 30202 4 153991 153991 153991 153991 153991 4 150565 150565 150565 150565 150565 4 151882 151882 151882 151882 151882 4 152034 152034 152034 152034 152034 Item Description 10 Liters per Revolution Complete Meter Assy. - CB Complete Meter Assy. - DB Complete Meter Assy. - DBF 1 Measuring Unit 3 Screw 4 Housing Cover 16 Nut 17 Screw 19* Gasket 20**' Meter Housing 22 Drain Plug 26* Counter Base Plate Gasket 27 Counter Base Plate Assy 28 Screw 29 Lead Seal 30 Seal Wire 31* Adjustor 32 Name Plate 33 Drive Screw 35 Screw 43 Steel Washer 44 Stat-O-Seal * Recommended Spare Part. ** B-7008 with 4" Flanges, order Part Number 70715-000 Meter Housing 72500-021 72505-021 151026 62890 151555 150803 178709 72925-005 154718-024 51156 82750-010 151251 151831 155051 4200 30202 153991 150565 151882 152034 9 Figure 6-2 Complete Meter Assembly - Series 90 10 Table 6-1C Complete Meter Assembly- Series 80 Meter B-BOCB B82DB Standard Metallurgy Qty. 10 Gal. per 10 Liters per Req. Revolution Revolution 80000-010 82800-012 82800-022 Model B-82DBF All Ferrous 10 Gal. per 10 Liters per Revolution Revolution Item Description Complete Meter Assy. - CB Complete Meter Assy. - DB Complete Meter Assy. - DBF 1 Measuring Unit 1 82805-012 82805-022 3 Screw 4 151070 151070 4 Housing Cover 1 82890 82890 17 Screw 22 150832 150832 19* Gasket 1 82884 82884 + 20 Meter Housing 1 82925 82925 22 Drain Plug 1 154718-024 154718-024 26* Counter Base Plate Gasket 1 51156 51156 27 Counter Base Plate Assy 1 51750-500 82750-500 28 Screw 9 151251 151251 29 Lead Seal 2 151831 151831 30 Seal Wire 2 155051 155051 31* Adjustor 1 4200 4200 32 Name Plate 1 92802 92802 33 Drive Screw 8 153974 153974 35 Screw 4 150565 150565 44 Stat-O-Seal 4 151845 151845 * Recommended Spare Part. + For 80000-000 and 80000-010 Housing Assembly 80415 is used in place of 82925. 82800-014 82805-014 151070 82890 150832 82884 82925 154718-024 51156 51790-011 151251 151831 155051 4200 92802 153974 150565 151845 82800-024 82805-024 151070 82890 150832 82884 82925 154718-024 51156 82750-010 151251 151831 155051 4200 92802 153974 150565 151845 Table 6-2 Complete Meter Assembly - Series 90 Item Description 10 Gallons per Revolution 100 Liters per Revolution 1 Barrel per Revolution 1 Screw 2* Adjustor 3 Screw 4 Counter Base Plate Assembly 5* Counter Base Plate Gasket 6 Nut 7 Meter Housing Assembly 8 Cap Screw or Nut 9 Measuring Unit - 10 Gallons per Revolution - 1 Barrel per Revolution - 100 Liters per Revolution 10* Meter Housing Cover Gasket 11 Meter Housing Cover 12 Pipe Plug 13* Seal Washer 14 Washer 15 Screw 18 Lead Seal 19 Seal Wire Name ate 21 Drive Screw * Recommended Spare Part. Quantity Required 4 1 9 1 1 32 1 32 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 7 7 2 2 1 4 B-90CB and B-92 DEB 92400-012 92400-044 92400-032 150565 4200 151251 92150-500 51156 151558 92415 150847 92205-010 92205-044 92205-030 92434 92430 154784-024 152031 151903 151054 151831 155051 92802 153974 11 Table 6-3 Right Angle Counter Base Plate Assembly Com late Rio B-62DB -1 and 10 GPR B-72DB - 10 GPR B-82DB - 10 GPR Qty. Req. Part Number 72700-007 1 72701 9 151012 1 152064-022 1 72728 1 43175 4 150535 1 72725-003 4 151253 1 72721 3 92027-005 2 150975 1 72729-003 1 151894 1 W51785-007* 1 72710-007 1 152070-022 8 152113 4 150725 1 152073-022 1 72735 1 153515 1 72730-003 1 155171 ht An le Counter Base Plate Model B-82DB - 10 LPR B-92DEB - All Registrations B-72DB - 1 GPR and 10 LPR B-82DB - 1 GPR and 10 LPR Part Number 72700-008 Part Number 92700-040 72701 72701 151012 151012 152064-022 152064-022 72728 72728 43175 43175 150535 150535 72725-003 72725 151253 151253 72721 72721 92027-005 92027-005 150975 150975 72729-003 72729 151894 151894 W51675-002* W92705-040** 72710-007 72710-400 152070-022 152070-022 152113 152113 150725 150725 152073-022 152073-022 72735 72735 153515 153515 72730-003 72730 155171 72728 Item Description 1 Base Plate Housing 2 Screw 3 O-Ring 4 Thrust Washer 5 Packing Gland 6 Screw 7 Packing Shaft 8 Screw 9 Gear Bracket 10 Bushing 11 Set Screw 12 Miter Gear 13 Washer 14 Worm and Gear Bracket Assy 15 Bracket Retainer 16 O-Ring 17 Lock washer 18 Screw 19 O-Ring 20 Coupling and Shaft with Item 21 21 Groove Pin 22 Gear and Shaft Assembly 23 Thrust Bearing * Includes Items 15, 17 and 18 ** Includes Item 15 Only Figure 6-3 Right Angle Counter Base Plate Assembly 12 Table 6-4 Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 60 Meter Model B-62DB Standard Metallurgy B-62DBF All Ferrous Qty 1 Gal. per 10 Gal. per 10 Liters per 1 Gal. per 10 Gal. per 10 Liters per Rqd Revolution Revolution Revolution Revolution Revolution Revolution 62305-000 62305-010 62305-020 62305-001 62305-011 62305-021 1 62212-000 62212-000 62212-000 62212-000 62212-000 62212-000 1 60266-015 60266-015 60266-015 60266-015 60266-015 60266-015 1 60230-000 60230-000 60230-000 60230-000 60230-000 60230-000 1 60586 60586 60586 60586-001 60586-001 60586-001 1 60276 60276 60276 60276-001 60276-001 60276-001 4 154953 154953 154953 154953 154953 154953 1 60591 60591 60591 60591 60591 60591 1 60596 60596 60596 60596 60596 60596 2 60294 60294 60294 60294 60294 60294 1 60537 (55T) 60542 (14T) 60542 (14T) 60537 (55T) 60542 (14T) 60542 (14T) 1 62330 (27T-24T) 62335 (69T-24T) 62335 (69T-24T) 62330 (27T-24T) 62335 (69T-24T) 62335 (69T-24T) 2 60592 60592 60592 60592 60592 60592 2 51593 51593 51593 51593 51593 51593 i 72542 72542 72542 72542 72542 72542 1 62328(50T) 62328(50T) 62329(53T) 62328(50T) 62328(50T) 62329(53T) 1 51579 51579 51579 51579 51579 51579 1 153636-019 153636-019 153636-019 153636-019 153636-019 153636-019 1 156484 156484 156484 156484 156484 156484 4 155151 155151 155151 155151 155151 155151 1 150156 150156 150156 150156 150156 150156 1 152270-019 152270-019 152270-019 152270-019 152270-019 152270-019 2 60238 60238 60238 60238 60238 60238 1 153953 153953 153953 153953 153953 153953 4 51567 51567 51567 51567 51567 51567 5 151010 151010 151010 151010 151010 151010 8 151033 151033 151033 151033 151033 151033 1 61601 61601 61601 61601 61601 61601 4 151907 151907 151907 151907 151907 151907 4 153547 153547 153547 153547 153547 153547 4 150969 150969 150969 150969 150969 150969 Description Output Per Revolution *** Complete Meter Assy. 1 Meter Body 2 Rear End Plate 3 Front End Plate 4** Rotor - Four Tooth 5** Rotor - Three Tooth 6* Ball Bearing 7** Timing Gear - Three Lobe 8** Timing Gear - Four Lobe 11 Bearing Spacing Key 13* Drive Gear 14* Compound Gear Assembly 15 Lock Nut 16* Lock Washer 18 Coupling Jaw Shaft 19* Gear 20* Stub Shaft 22 Groove Pin 23 Retainer Ring 30 Bushing 34 Screw 35 Lock Washer 36 Bearing Key 37 Retaining Ring 39 Dowel Screw 40 Allen head Screw 41 Allen head Screw 42 Rear Gear Cover 43 Washer 47 Roll Pin 48 Set Screw * Recommended Spare Part. ** Items 4 and 5 are supplied as a set. Items 7 and 8 are supplied as a set. *** Measuring Unit 62305-XXX above are used on meters shipped after January, 1980. Item Figure 6-4 Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 60 13 Table 6-5 Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 70 B-70CB. B-72DB 10 Gallons per Revolution 72505-010 72211-001 72267 72818-002 72286 72276 154952 72291 72296 72541 72555 (29T) 72550 (21T-79T) 60592 51593 72542 72455 (46T) 50244 151038 155152 150156 152108 72238 156484 51567 151037 151460 71601 151907 155151 153548 150969 151902 Meter Model Standard Metallurgy B-72DBF All Ferrous 10 Liters per 10 Gallons per 10 Liters per Revolution Revolution Revolution 72505-020 72505-011 72505-021 72211-001 72211-001 72211-001 72267 72267 72267 72818-002 72818-002 72818-002 72286 72286-001 72286-001 72276 72276-001 72276-001 154952 154952 154952 72291 72291 72291 72296 72296 72296 72541 72541 72541 72555 (29T) 72555 (29T) 72555 (29T 72550 (21T-79T) 72550 (21T-78T) 72550 (21T-78T) 60592 60592 60592 51593 51593 51593 72542 72542 72542 72546 (48T) 72544 (46T) 72546 (48T) 50244 50244 50244 151038 151038 151038 155152 155152 155152 150156 150156 150156 152108 152108 152108 72238 72238 72238 156484 156484 156484 51567 51567 51567 151037 151037 151037 151460 151460 151460 71601 71601-001 71601-001 151907 151907 151907 155151 155151 155151 153548 153548 153548 150969 150969 150969 151902 151902 151902 Item *** 1 2 3 4** 5** 6* 7** 8** 11 13* 14* 15 16* 18 19* 20* 23 29 34 35 36 37 39 40 41 42 43 45 47 48 89 Description Output Per Revolution Complete Meter Ass y. Meter Body Rear End Plate Front End Plate Rotor - Four Tooth Rotor - Three Tooth Ball Bearing Timing Gear-Three Lobe Timing Gear - Four Lobe Bearing Spacing Key Drive Gear Compound Gear Assembly Lock Nut Lock Washer Coupling Jaw Shaft Gear Idler Shaft Screw 5/ 16 - 18 x 1-3/4' Bushing Screw Lock Washer Bearing Key Retaining Ring Dowel Screw Screw 5/16 - 18 x 5/8' Screw 5/16 - 18 x 1-1 /2" Rear Gear Cover Washer Bushing Roll Pin Set Screw Washer Qty Rqd 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 4 6 6 1 4 2 4 4 1 * Recommended Spare Part. ** Items 4 and 5 are supplied as a set. Items 7 and 8 are supplied as a set. *** Measuring Unit 72505-XXX above are used on meters shipped after January, 1980. Figure 6-5 Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 0 14 Table 6-6 Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 80 Meter Model B-80CB, B-82DB Standard Metallurgy B-82DBF All Oty 10 Gallons per 10 Liters per 10 Gallons per Rqd Revolution Revolution Revolution 82805-012 82805-022 82805-014 1 82211-002 82211-002 82211-002 1 82267-002 82267-002 82267-002 1 82835-001 82835-001 82835-001 1 82286 82286 82286-001 1 82276 82276 82276-001 4 154951 154951 154951 1 82291 82291 82291 1 82296-002 82296-002 82296-002 2 82833 82833 82295 2 102268 102268 102268 2 82592 82592 82592 2 82593 82593 82593 1 82860 82860 82860 1 82845-002 82845-002 82845-002 4 150975 150975 150975 1 155148 155148 155148 1 155147 155147 155147 3 156514 156514 156514 3 151938 151938 151938 1 82802-001 82802-001 82802-001 1 82827 (53T) 82843 (56T) 82827 (53T) 11 151467 151467 151467 7 151017 151017 151017 2 151028 151028 1 82601 82601 1 150765-014 150765-014 150765-014 1 82238 82238 82238 4 92567 92567 92567 () (9) 151026 (9) 151026 (11) 151026 1 151883 151883 151883 Ferrous 10 Liters per Revolution 82805-024 82211-002 82267-002 82835-001 82286-001 82276-001 154951 82291 82296-002 82295 102268 82592 82593 82860 82845-002 150975 155148 155147 156514 151938 82802-001 82843 (56T) 151467 151017 150765-014 82238 92567 (11) 151026 151883 Description Output Per Revolution "" Complete Meter Ass y. 1 Meter Body 2 Rear End Cover 3 Front End Cover Assembly 4** Rotor- Four Tooth 5** Rotor - Three Tooth 6* Ball Bearing 7** Drive Gear (Three-Tooth Rotor 8** Drive Gear (Four-Tooth Rotor) 11 Spacer 13 Bearing Dowel 15 Gear Locknut 16' Gear Retainer 19* Gear (58T) 20* Compound Gear Assembly (95T-35T) 28 Set Screw 29 Flanged Bushing 30 Bushing 31 Retaining Ring 32 Thrust Washer 33 Coupling Shaft 34* Gear 39 Screw 40 Screw 41 Screw 42 Rear Gear Cover 43 Nylok Screw 44 Bearin Key 45 Dowel Screw 46 Screw 89 Washer * Recommended Spare Part. ** Items 4 and 5 are supplied as a set. Items 7 and 8 are supplied as a set. *** Measuring Unit 82805-XXX above are used on meters having serial numbers 7805-18601 and above. Item Figure 6-6 Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 80 15 Table 6-7 Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 90 Qty. Item Description Req. 10 Gallons Per Revolution 100 Liters Per Revolution 1 Barrel Per Revolution 1 Socket Head Ca Screw 11 2 Rear Gear Cover 1 3 Meter Body 1 4 Front End Cover 1 5 Screw 6 6* Ball Bearing 4 7 Lock washer 2 8 3/8 - 16 x 1 Hex Cap Screw 2 9 Lock washer 12 10 1/4 - 20 x 5/8 Hex Ca Screw 12 11 Front Bearing Cap 2 12 Dowel Screw 6 13** Rotor - Three Tooth Cast Iron 1 14 Bearing Dowel 4 15 Rear End Cover 1 16 Rotor Spacer Assembly 2 17** Timing Gear - Three Lobe 1 18* Gear Retaining Lock washer 2 19 Gear Locknut 2 20 Screw 8 21 Lock washer 10 22 Worm Shaft Assembly 1 10 Gallons Per Revolution 100 Liters Per Revolution 1 1 Barrel Per Revolution 1 23 Bushing 2 24 Worm Wheel Shaft 1 25 Bearing Retainer 2 27 Coupling Jaw 1 28 Set Screw 6 29 Gland Assembly 1 30 Worm Wheel 1 10 Gallons Per Revolution 1 Barrel Per Revolution 1 100 Liters Per Revolution 1 32** Timing Gear - Four Tooth 1 33** Rotor- Four Tooth Aluminum 1 34 Screw 2 35 Rear Gear Cover Assembly 1 10 Gallons Per Revolution 100 Liters Per Revolution 1 1 Barrel Per Revolution 1 B-90CB B-92DEB 92205-010 92205-044 92205-030 151044 92656 92211 92231-006 151040 154957 152110 150766 152108 150726 92239 92567 92275-001 102268 92266-006 92295 92291 92593 92592 150538 152259 92665-006 92665-007 92680 92657 92689 92238 92663 150975 92660 92686-006 92676 92686-007 92296 92286 150581 92655-010 92655-007 92675 * Recommended Spare Part. ** Items 17 and 32 are supplied as a set. Items 13 and 33 are supplied as a set. NOTE: For a Cast Iron Rotor set on Items 13 and 33, order Part No. 92275-001 and 92286-001. Figure 6-7 Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 90 ** Series 90 Item Rotor Set (Standard) Rotor Set (Cast Iron) Timing Gear Set Measuring Unit Housing (includes Body and End Plates) Part Number W92275-001 W92275-011 W92291 W92211 16 Table 6-8 Counter Base Plate Assembly Item 1 2 3 4' 5 6 7 8 9 10* 11* 12* 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 21* Description Qty. Rqd. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 AS rqd. AS rqd. 1 Counter Base Plate Part Number 51790-011 82750-010 51775-501 51775-501 51761-501 51761-501 51760-001 51760-001 51785-500 51675-001 51769-500 153549 51765 51665 52153-011 52153-011 150533 150533 52176-500 (gasket) 52176-500 (gasket) 152064022 152064-022 155195 155195 24371 151891 151891 151891 153942 156484 153942 150969 741-12-006-03 741-12-006-04 W51760-500 W-51760-011 W82750-011 Inc. Items 23 & 24 Inc. items 22 & 23 51750-500 51775-501 51761-300 51760-500 51785-500 51769-500 153549 51765 52153-011 150533 157303-022 152064-022 155195 150527 152257-019 150529 150527 152257-019 150529 1 150527 152257-019 150529 82750-500 51775-501 51761-300 51760-500 51675-001 51665 52153-011 150533 157303-022 152064-022 155195 24371 151891 153942 150969 741-12-006-0 741-12-006-04 W82750-501 Base Assembly Mounting Block Bracket Assembly Packing Shaft & Gear Assembly Bevel Pinion Roll Pin Pinion Shaft Assembly Packing Gland Screw O-Ring O-Ring Bearing Adjustment Collar Washer Spring Clip Spring Clip Set Screw Shim .005 Shim .010 Bevel Gear and Pinion Gear Assembly consisting of items 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20 22 Screw 23 Lock Washer 24 Screw * Recommended Spare Part. 4 4 2 150527 152257-019 150529 Figure 6-8 Counter Base Plate Assembly- Part Numbers 51750-500, 51790-011, 82750-010 and 82750-500 17 Table 6-9 Counter Base Plate Assembly Description Counter Base Plate Assembly 2 Packing Shaft Bearin 3 Packing Shaft Positioner 4' 6-Rin 5 Counter Base Plate 6 Packing Gland Assembly 7" O-Ring 8 Screw 9 Set Screw 10 Washer 12 Lock Washer 13 Screw 14 Coupling Tube Assembly 15 Washer 16 Mounting Block 17 Screw * Recommended Spare Part. Item Qty. Rqd. 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 3 3 1 1 1 2 B-92DEB 92150-500 92777-500 92152 157303-022 51775-501 52153-011 152064-022 150533 150969 151891 152259 150576 92155-500 151894 51761-301 I 150529 Figure 6-9 Counter Base Plate Assembly Table 6-10 Shock-Free Quantity Control Valve - Series 60, 70 and 80 Meters Item Description Qty Part Number Rqd 72450 72480 82950 82980 3 4 5 6 7' 8 9 10 18` 19' 20 21 22 25 26 End Flange Snap Ring Spacer Name Plate O-Ring Shaft Lever Spring O-Ring O-Ring Piston Assy. Nut Body Washer Nut 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 () 1 1 1 72452 72482 82952 153958 153958 153958 62958 62958 62958 62957 62957 62957 152071-022 152071-022 152071-022 62956 62956 82956 137478 137478 137478 62976 62976 540031 152078 152078 152083 152074-022 152074-022 157033-022 62970 62970 82970 151545 (6) 151545 (6) 151591 (8) 72451 72481 82951 151839 151839 151839 151689 151689 151689 82982 153958 62958 62957 152071-022 82956 137478 540031 152094-022 157033-022 82970 151591 (8) 82981 151839 151689 Item 27 28' 29' 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38' 39 40 41 Description Cap O-Ring O-Ring Adjust. Stem Adjust. Lock Washer Lock Washer Screw Bushing Seal Wire Lead Seal O-Ring Cylinder Pipe Plug Stud Qty Part Rqd 72450 1 62967 1 157080-022 1 152069 1 62953 1 160624 1 151857 1 152108 1 150731-024 1 72457 1 155051 1 151831 1 1 1 () 151313 (6) Number 72480 82950 62967 62967 157080-022 157027-022 152069 152069 62953 62953 160624 160624 151857 151857 152108 152108 150731-024 150731-024 72457 72457 155051 155051 151831 151831 157012 72483 157120-019 151313 (6) 151318 (8) 82980 62967 157027-022 152069 62953 160624 151857 152108 150731-024 72457 155051 151831 157012 82484 157120-019 151318 (8) Figure 6-10 Shock-Free Quantity Control Valve - Series 60, 70 and 80 Meters 18 Table 6-11 Shock-Free Quantity Control Valve - Series 90 Meters Item 3 4 5 7' 8 9 10 16* 19* 20 21 22 25 26 Description Valve End Flange Snap Ring Spacer O-Ring Valve Shaft Valve Lever Spring O-Ring O-Ring Piston Assembly Nut Valve Body Washer Lock Nut Qty. Req. 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 8 1 1 1 Part Number 92950 92980 92952 92982 153958 153958 62958 62958 152071 152071 92956 92956 137478 137478 540031 540031 152083 152094 157033 157033 82970 82970 151591 151591 92951 92981 151839 151839 151689 151689 Item Description 27 Cap 28* O-Ring 29* O-Ring 30 Adjustment Stem 31 Adjustment Lock 32 Washer 33 Lock Washer 34 Screw 35 Bushing 38 O-Ring 39 Cylinder 40 Pipe Plug 41 Stud * Recommended Spare Part. Qty. Req. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 8 Part Number 92950 92980 62967 62967 157027 157027 152069 152069 62953 62953 160624 160624 151857 151857 152108 152108 150731-024 150731-024 72457 72457 157012 82484 157120-019 151318 151318 Figure 6-11 Shock-Free Quantity Control Valve - Series 90 Meters 19 Table 6-12 Linkage Assembly - All Models Pert Number Item 1 Description Valve Assy. - Ductile Iron Valve Assy. Steel Gasket Nut Cap Screw Coupling Shaft Sub-Bracket Assy. Screw Retaining Ring Shaft Operating Lever Spacer Operating Lever Handle Washer Lock Washer Screw Operating Lever Connecting Tube Oty Rqd 1 1 1 () () 1 1 4 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 B-62DB and B-72DB 72450 72480 72386 151557 (5) 150838 (5) 122365-001 62995 150565 153958 62998-001 122357-001 122369 122363 62979 151732 152266 150742 122357 122366-001 B-82DB 82950 82980 82886 151557 (8) 150839 (8) 122365-001 62995 150565 153958 62998-001 122357-001 122369 122363 62979 151732 152266 150742 122357 122366 B-92DES 92950 92980 92886 151558 (8) 150848 (8) 122365-001 62995 150565 153958 62998-001 122357-001 122369 122363 62979 151732 152266 150742 122357 122366 Qty B-62DB end Rqd B-72DB 19 Pin 2 122367 20 Cotter Pin 4 153907 21 Pin 1 153419 22 Cotter Pin 2 153904 23 Clevis 1 51934 24 Nut 1 151545-019 25 Connecting Rod 1 122361 26 Veeder-Root Adaptor 1 36603-100-00 27 Screw 4 150554-419 28 Screw 2 150754-324 29 Clevis Support 1 122351 30 Clevis R.H. 1 122352 31 Pin 1 122353 32 Screw 2 150754-419 33 Lock Washer 6 152270-019 34 Screw 2 150755-419 35 Nut 2 151547 36** Connecting Rod 1 122368-001 ** Length to be specified on sales order. Item Description Pert Number B-82DB 122367 153907 153419 153904 51934 151545-019 122361 365-03-100-00 150554-419 150754-324 122351 122352 122353 150754-419 152270-019 150755-419 151547 122368 B-92DEB 122367 153907 153419 153904 51934 151545-019 122361 365-03-100-00 150554-419 150754-324 122351 122352 122353 150754-019 152270-019 150755-419 151547 I 122368 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Figure 6-12 Complete Linkage Assembly-All Models 20 GUARANTEE If at any time, within one year after shipment but not thereafter, it is proved that any part of the equipment furnished by us was defective when shipped by us, we will repair or replace the same free of charge F.O.B. our plant. Notice of this claim must be made to us within one year after delivery. Our liability is limited to replacement of such defective parts or equipment. There are no guarantees or warranty expressed or implied other than those herein specifically mentioned. Brodie Meter Co., LLC shall not, in any event, be liable for any consequential damages, secondary charges, expenses for erection or disconnecting or losses resulting from any alleged defect in the apparatus. It is understood that corrosion or erosion of material is not covered by our guarantee. 21
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X-(B-60/90) Revision 01 BiRotor Meters Series 60, 70, 80, and 90 Operating and Maintenance Instructions Brodie Meter Co., LLC P.O. Box 450 19267 Highway North (30461) Statesboro, GA 30459-0450 Phone: (912) 489-0200 Fax: (912) 489-0295 www.brodiemeter.com Essential Instructions Brodie Meter Co., LLC designs, manufactures, and tests its products to meet many national and international standards. The products sold and distributed by Brodie Meter Co., LLC are sophisticated technical instruments that must be properly installed, used, and maintained to ensure they continue to operate within their normal specifications. The following instructions must be followed and integrated into your safety program when installing, using, and maintaining any of the products purchased from Brodie Meter Co., LLC. • Read all instructions prior to installing, operating, and maintaining your equipment. If this manual is not the manual you need, telephone (912) 489-0200, or the local Brodie Meter Co., LLC office and the necessary manual will be mailed to you. Save this manual for future reference. If you do not understand the instructions, contact your sales representative for clarification. Follow all warnings, cautions, and instructions marked on, and supplied with your equipment. Inform and educate your personnel in the proper installation, operation, and maintenance of your equipment. Install and maintain your equipment, and related instrumentation, as specified in the manual instructions and in accordance with local and national codes. Connect all products to the proper electrical and pressure sources. To ensure proper performance, use qualified personnel to install, operate, update, program, and maintain the equipment. When replacement parts are required, ensure that qualified service personnel use replacement parts specified by Brodie Meter Co., LLC. Unauthorized parts and procedures can affect the product's performance and endanger your operation. Look-alike substitutions may result in fire, electrical hazards, or improper operation. Except when maintenance is being performed by qualified persons, ensure all equipment doors are closed and protective covers are in place to prevent electrical shock and personal injury. • • • • • • • Instruction Cross Reference X-PS01 P-Style BiRotor Meters Table of Contents Paragraph Number Section 1 INTRODUCTION General Description Meter Model Number Specifications Section 2 INSTALLATION General Receipt of Equipment Return Shipment Meter Installation, Storage and Shipment Section 3 OPERATION General Section 4 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE General Disassembly Measuring Unit Disassembly Removing Timing Gears and Rotors Cleaning the Measuring Unit Measuring Unit Assembly Setting End Rotor Clearance Timing Gear Adjustment Meter Adjustment Section 5 TROUBLESHOOTING Section 6 PARTS LIST 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4 3-1 4-1 4-2 4-3 4-4 4-5 4-6 4-7 4-8 4-9 Page Number 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 6 6 6 7 7 List of Illustrations Figure Number 4-1 4-2 4-3 4-4 4-5 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-6 6-7 6-8 6-9 6-10 6-11 6-12 Title Proper Method for Blocking Rotors Typical Rear End Plate/Bearing Assembly Proper Method for Timing Rotors Proper Method for Setting Rotor End Clearance Model 4200 Accuracy Adjustor Complete Meter Assembly - Series 60, 70 and 80 Complete Meter Assembly - Series 90 Right Angle Counter Base Plate Assembly Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 60 Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 70 Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 80 Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 90 Counter Base Plate Assembly - Part Numbers 51750-500, 51790-011, 82750-010 and 82750-500 Counter Base Plate Assembly- Part Number 92150-500 Shockfree Quantity Control Valve - For Series 60, 70 and 80 Meters Shockfree Quantity Control Valve - For Series 90 Meters Linkage Assembly - All Models Page Number 5 5 6 6 7 8 10 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 18 19 20 Table of Contents continued on next page... List of Tables Table Number 1-1 1-2 5-1 6-1A 6-1 B 6-1C 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-6 6-7 6-8 6-9 6-10 6-11 6-12 Title Connections Capacities Troubleshooting Complete Meter Assembly -Series60 Complete Meter Assembly - Series 70 Complete Meter Assembly- Series 80 Complete Meter Assembly - Series 90 Right Angle Counter Base Plate Assembly Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 60 Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 70 Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 80 Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 90 Counter Base Plate Assembly - Part Numbers 51750-500, 51790-011, 82750-010 and 82750-500 Counter Base Plate Assembly- Part Number 92150-500 Shockfree Quantity Control Valve - For Series 60, 70 and 80 Meters Shockfree Quantity Control Valve - For Series 90 Meters Linkage Assembly - All Models Page Number 1 1 7 9 9 11 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 18 19 20 Section 1 INTRODUCTION 1-1 General The Brodie BiRotor Meter is a precision made, accurate flow measurement device which utilizes the positive displacement principle of operation. It is designed to measure crude and refined petroleum products as well as many industrial liquids. Measuring Unit Rotors: Heat Treated Aluminum (Standard) 6" Series 90 and 92 uses Cast Iron 3-Tooth Rotor Rotor Shafts: E.T.D.150 Rotor Bearings: Stainless Steel Body and End Covers: Cast Iron 1-2 Description The standard meter consists of a measuring unit installed in an outer housing or case, an adjustor for calibration and selected registration equipment. "I'" Style BiRotor Meters offer an electrical output pulse proportional to liquid flow and utilize a pick-off Assembly. No mechanical adjustment or stack-up equipment is required with the P-Style meter. As product enters the intake of the measurement element, two finely timed rotors divide the liquid into precise segments of known volume and return those segments to the flowing stream. During this transition, the rotation of the two rotors is directly proportional to volumetric throughput. The rotors are always dynamically balanced, but hydraulically unbalanced, and have no metal-to-metal contact with one another or the measuring unit housing. Volume indication is determined by either mechanical output gearing leading to registration devices, or by an electrical output signal to remote registration equipment. The accuracy adjustor, located on the output shaft of the counter drive gearing of the mechanical meter, permits the operator to adjust output registration to read in exact units of volume. It allows for adjustments up to +/-3% of meter throughput in determining accurate measurement. The meter may be supplied with any of several accessory items including two-stage electric valves, preset counters, high frequency pulse generators, impulse contactors, etc. These units provide various functions for local and/ or remote control and readout. NOTE: Before placing the meter into service reference the appropriate instruction manuals for all accessories. This includes hook-up, electrical wiring, and specification requirements and restrictions. 1-3 Meter Model Number The meter Model Number, Serial Number, Flow Range and Operating Pressure appear on the nameplate attached to the meter body. This information is vital to proper operation and identification, and should not be removed for any reason. Counter Base Plate (Not used on P-Series) Body: Steel O-Rings: VitonTM (Standard) Counter Base Drive Gears: Stainless Steel Drive Shafts: Stainless Steel Drive Shaft Ball Bearings: Stainless Steel Optional: All Ferrous Materials of Construction Ratings WARNING: Do not operate this meter in excess of the values specified. Failure to heed warning may result in serious personal injury or damage to equipment. Maximum Safe Working Pressure: 150 psi (1034 kPa) Maximum Safe Working Temperature -20 to 150"F (-29 to 65°C).Optional to 325° (162'C) max. Table 1-1 Connections Model B-62 B-72 B-82 B-92 B-70 B-80 B-90 Connection 3" 150 lb. ANSI Flange 3" 150 lb. ANSI Flange 4" 150 lb. ANSI Flange 6" 150 lb. ANSI Flange 3" or 4" 150 lb. ANSI Flange 4" or 6" 150 lb. ANSI Flange 6" 150 lb. ANSI Flange DBF (All Ferrous Construction) same as DB Models. Table 1-2 Capacities MAXIMUM CAPACITY -GASOLINE/LIGHT OILS U.S. Imp. Bbls. Liters gpm gpm per Hour per Min. Model B-62 B-72 B-82 250 425 600 1000 550 800 1200 208 354 500 833 460 665 1000 357 607 857 1430 785 1142 1714 946 1609 2271 3785 2082 3028 4542 1-4 Specifications The following specifications apply to the meter unless otherwise stated. Materials of Construction Housing: Welded Steel construction combining castings and drawn steel plates. B-92 B-70 B-80 B-90 DBF (All Ferrous Construction) same as DB Models. 1 Section 2 INSTALLATION 2-1 General This section contains the procedure for receipt and installation of the meter. Specific instructions for accessory equipment should be obtained from individual bulletins covering those products. 2-2 Receipt of Equipment When the equipment is received, the outside of the packing case should be checked for any damage incurred during shipment. If the packing case is damaged, the local carrier should be notified at once concerning his liability. A report should be submitted to the Product Service Department, Brodie Meter Co., LLC, P.O. Box 450, Statesboro, Georgia, 30458. Remove the envelope containing the packing list. Carefully remove the equipment from the packing case. Inspect for damaged or missing parts. Refer to your packing list for information as to what is supplied with your particular order. In the event that any items are missing from your shipment, contact your local Brodie representative or Sales Office. The serial number of your meter and sales order number should be supplied at this time. 2-3 Return Shipment To be able to process return goods quickly and efficiently, it is IMPORTANT that you provide essential information. Do not return any Assembly or part without an "R.M.R."(Returned Materials Report), or a letter which describes the problem, correction action, if any, to be taken, and the work that is to be performed at the factory. R. M.R. forms can be obtained from Brodie Sales Offices or the Service Department, Brodie Meter Co., LLC, P.O. Box 450, Highway 301 N., Statesboro, Georgia, 30458. Place a copy of either of the above inside the shipping container and attach it physically to the material being returned. A copy of your packing list should be placed inside an envelope and attached to the outside of the shipping container, or placed inside the container. 2-4 Meter Installation, Storage and Shipment The following is a general outline for the proper storage, shipment, installation, and start up of any Brodie BiRotor meter. Additional information on the proper use of Positive Displacement Meters can be obtained from API Standard 1101 - Measurement of Petroleum Liquid Hydrocarbons by Positive Displacement Meter. Storage A. Brodie meters are precision instruments and should be handled with care. They should not be subjected to rough or improper handling or stored in an environment where moisture, extreme temperatures, or foreign material can damage the meter. 2 Flange covers must remain on the meter until it is ready for installation. C. If extended storage is anticipated under harsh field conditions the meters should be stored in waterproof lined wooden boxes. Desiccant packs should be taped to the inside of the meter flanges to reduce the effects of humidity on the measuring element. Caution must be used to insure the desiccant packs are removed prior to installation. D. If the meter is removed from service for an extended period of time it should be flushed with a light oil before being placed into storage. The meter flanges should be securely covered. Shipment A. If the meter is removed from service it must be thoroughly drained and neutralized before it is packed for shipment. Care must be taken to insure that product removed from the meter is disposed of in accordance with all applicable local, state, and federal laws. B. The flanges should be sealed to keep residual fluid from leaking out of the meter during transport. The type of flange required will vary with the form of transportation used. Contact the carrier for specific instructions. C. The meter should be securely mounted on a wooden skid for shipment. The original container supplied by Brodie or a solid wooden box should be used to protect the exterior of the meter. B. Installation WARNING: Compounds used in the making of elastomer gaskets, O-rings and seals will, by nature, deteriorate over an extended period of time. This is dependent on elastomer material, frequency of operation and the product being measured. Extreme caution should be used when measuring volatile liquids or when using a meter that has been stored for an extended period of time. Loss of seal integrity can result in leakage, damage to equipment and/ or personal injury. A. The BiRotor meter should be mounted on a secure foundation. Considerations for placement of a right angle adaptor and meter weight must be made when vertical installation is required. B. Care should be taken insure the drain plug remains accessible. 1. A valve may be installed on the drain line to facilitate draining water and sediment from the meter. A lockable valve is recommended to reduce the chance of accidentally draining the meter. 2. Any product drained from the meter, either manually or through a centralized drain system, must be disposed of in accordance with local, state and federal laws. Skid foundations and process piping must be properly secured in order to minimize line vibration at the meter. C. D. Process piping should not place undue strain on the meter. E. Provisions should be made to insure that thermal expansion does not raise line pressure above the maximum pressure rating of the meter. All process piping must be clean and free of debris to insure foreign material does not enter the meter. For continuous protection a strainer should be installed upstream of the meter. G. A flow limiting valve should be installed downstream of the meter to maintain adequate back pressure and to protect the meter from excessive flow rates. H. If required, an air eliminator should be installed upstream of the meter. I. Do not allow water to remain in the meter. If water has entered the meter remove the inner unit and clean it with a light lubricating oil. J. Standard flow through the meter is from left to right. If right to left flow is required, consult your local Brodie agent or an authorized repair center. K. The bolt pattern on the meter accessories allows the meter accessory stack to be rotated in 90 degree increments. The required position should be selected prior to installing electrical service to the meter. Care should be taken not to damage the capillary tube on the temperature compensator if so equipped. L. Isolation valves should be installed on both ends of the meter run to minimize product loss when removing any of the components from the line. F. C. Slowly bleed air from the system through the high point vent. D. Once all air has been eliminated, slowly open the downstream valve. Allow the meter to run at approximately 20 percent of the maximum rated flow for two minutes. Observe the rotation of the counter wheels to insure the meter is operating smoothly. Continue opening the downstream valve until it is fully open. Care should be taken to insure the maximum flow rate of the meter is not exceeded. Confirm that the setting on the flow control valve is properly fixed and is in control of the system. E. Do not close valves quickly. This can cause a pressure spike which can damage the meter. Do not make adjustments to the meter or its accessories while the meter is turning. When adjustor settings are changed, a small batch should be run through the meter prior to making the next proving run. This allows the adjustor components to shift to the new setting. G. Prove the meter in order to establish a meter factor under actual operating conditions. Proving records and other pertinent meter data should be retained in order to establish a performance history for the meter. Brodie Meter Co., LLC has highly qualified service technicians who are available to provide start up assistance. Contact Brodie Statesboro or your local Brodie Authorized Repair Center if service assistance is required. F. Section 3 OPERATION CAUTION: Do not operate this meter in excess of the values stated in Section 1-4 Specifications. Section 4 MAINTENANCE WARNING: Extreme care must be exercised when the measuring chamber is exposed and handled. Hands must be kept clear of the timing gears, rotors and measuring chamber or serious personal injury can occur. Due to the precision balance of the rotors and timing gears, they can be set in motion very easily. Keep hands clear of these parts at all times. At no time should hands be used to brace these parts while servicing. 4-1 General The amount of maintenance necessary for efficient meter performance depends upon such factors as: A. Continuity of Operation - A meter which operates continuously, will require more attention than one on intermittent duty. B. Rate of Flow - The practical life of any piece of equipment is proportional to its speed of operation. A meter operating at, or close to, its maximum rating will have a shorter life than one operating at a reduced rate. 3-1 General The following recommendations should be considered when the meter is first put into operation or any time that the meter has been drained. Starting Flow Through the Meter A. If large volumes of debris are expected in the process piping during start up it is recommended that the measuring element be removed from the meter until the lines are free of pipe scale, weld beads and other types of foreign material. A spool piece may be used as a temporary replacement for the meter. The strainer basket should be removed to eliminate the possibility of rupturing. Slowly introduce product into the meter. Open the upstream valve while the downstream valve remains closed. B. 3 C. Lubricating Value of Product - A meter handling a light lubricating oil will have a longer service life than one measuring a dry motor fuel. D. Cleanliness of Product - Abrasive solid material entrained in the measured product will accelerate wear. All meters should receive routine maintenance checks to avoid potential problems that could lead to failure. To a considerable extent, a meter's performance is dependent on the proper functioning of accessory equipment in use. The following list highlight some of the conditions and factors that may influence meter performance. 1. A meter should be kept filled with the liquid it is measuring. Draining results in the formation of deposits which increase mechanical friction, thus decreasing service life. Any leaking shut-off or check valves should be repaired or replaced. 2. A petroleum meter should be kept free of water. Under normal circumstances regular inspection and drainage of storage tanks is sufficient protection. 3. 4. Clean the strainer basket frequently. Soft closing loading valves or shock chambers for eliminating water hammer should be kept in good working order. The valves and operating mechanism of an air eliminator should be inspected on a routine basis. This is especially true where a critical air condition exists. For this reason meter performance is dependent on proper air elimination. Factors leading to difficult valve and air eliminator operating conditions include: gum formations caused by alternate wetting and drying, formation of corrosive vapors, and presence of salt air. The meter counter should be protected from extreme weather and any potential hazardous condition. A meter taken out of service for any length of time should be filled with light lubricating oil. Proper Service Bulletins should be available for reference at all times. WARNING: All pressure must be relieved, flow stopped and electrical connections to the meter disconnected before any disassembly can take place. Failure to comply can result in serious personal injury and/or damage to the equipment. Service should be performed by trained and qualified personnel only. 1. 2. 3. 4. Remove the Drain Plug and completely drain the meter. Remove the Accuracy Adjustor and Counter Base Plate Assembly. Remove Hex Nuts and Housing Cover from the Meter Housing. Disconnect the Measuring Unit from the Meter Housing by first removing the Screws, Washers and Seal Washers from the unit. Carefully lift the Measuring Unit away from the meter body and place on a clean dry surface. The Measuring Unit may now be inspected. In some cases, a thorough washing in cleaning solvent or kerosene will be sufficient to free the Rotors of corrosion or foreign material. In the event that solid material or corrosion prevents proper operation it will be necessary to remove the Rotors and Rear End Cover Assembly for further cleaning. 5. 6. 5. WARNING: Extreme care must be exercised when the Measuring Unit Assembly is exposed or handled. Hands must be kept clear of all Gears and Rotors or serious personal injury can occur. Due to the precision of the Rotors and Drive Gears, they can easily beset into motion. Keep Hands clear of these parts at all times. At no time should the hands be used to brace these parts while servicing. 6. 7. 8. 4-3 Measuring Unit Disassembly 1. Position the Measuring Unit with the Front End Plate facing out in such away as to afford easy access. This will vary according to the size of the meter being serviced. It is recommended that a cradle type structure be used for the disassembly of most models. Reference Figure 4-1. Remove the two front Bearing Retainer Caps(Series 90 Meters). Remove the Drive Gear Assembly, Retainer Ring and Key (if applicable) and Bearings from the 3-Tooth Rotor. Remove the Screw, Washer, Bearing Key and Bearings from the 4-Tooth Rotor. DO NOT remove the Front End Plate at this time. Rotate the Measuring Unit, remove Screws from the Rear End Cover and separate from the Measuring Unit Body. 4-2 Disassembly Cleanliness is of prime importance when working on a precision instrument. The work area should be clean and the meter parts thoroughly washed. All Gaskets and O-Rings should be removed, examined and replaced as required. This policy will assure maximum performance from your Brodie BiRotor Meter at less expense and with greater accuracy. Removing the Measuring Unit Reference Figures 6-1 through 6-12 and Tables 6-1 through 6-12 for basic part identification. 4 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. The Rotors and Rear End Cover can now be washed thoroughly with solvent or kerosene and inspected. If the Rotors show no evidence of contact with each other, and if the Timing Gears appear satisfactory, further disassembly will not be required. 4. 5. 4-4 Removing Timing Gears and Rotors Severe scoring of the Rotors, or grit in the Bearings, may necessitate removal of the Rotors from the Rear End Cover. 1. 2. Remove Lock Nut Retainer and Washer. Using a small piece of rubber, or nylon stock, block the Timing Gears. Ball Bearing should be cleaned and inspected for wear. All Gears and Shafts in the Rear End Cover Assembly should be inspected. Check all O-Rings and Gaskets for wear and/or distortion and replace as required. NOTE: All parts should be thoroughly cleaned in solvent, light fuel oil, kerosene or a suitable cleaning agent compatible with the metallurgy of the meter and the liquid being measured. 4-6 Measuring Unit Assembly 1. Lubricate all Bearings and O-Rings with a light weight oil. 2. Position the Measuring Unit Body and attach the Front End Plate by installing Screws. 3. Rotate the Measuring Unit Body and replace the Rotors in the proper slots with the tapered end of the Rotors upward. Position and attach the Rear End Plate using the Screws previously removed. Install the Bearings within the bearing bore of the Rear End Plate. NOTE: The slot on the outer race of the Ball Bearing must align with the Roll Pin in the bottom of the bearing bore. Position a Bearing Retainer (Series 90) or Spacer over each Bearing and attach by installing Lock Washers and Screws. Replace the Spacer Key (if applicable), Timing Gears, Lock Nut Retainer, Lock Washer and Screws. NOTE: The large Timing Gear fits on the 4-tooth Rotor. The short tab on the Spacer Key fits in the inner race of the Ball Bearings and the longer tab seats into the slot on the Timing Gear. 4. 5. 6. Figure 4-1 Proper Method for Blocking R 7. 3. Timing Gears are taper fitted to the shafts and can be removed one at a time by striking the inside face of the gear (do not strike teeth) with a rubber mallet. Care should be taken not to damage the Rotor Shaft threads when removing the Timing Gears. Remove the Bearing Spacers and Bearings from the Rear Cover. NOTE: Ball Bearings can be removed from the End Covers by gently tapping or pressing on the inner race of the Bearings from the inside of the End Cover. Separate the Rotors from the Rear End Cover. Remove the Front End Cover and Bearings. 4. 5. 6. 4-5 Cleaning the Measuring Unit 1. Scored metal should be removed with a file taking care only to remove the high points. Do not remove any more metal than is necessary. Wash thoroughly insolvent or kerosene to remove all particles of grit or metal. Lightly file the End Covers to remove any burrs or high spots. Use fine sand paper to remove corrosion and burrs from the surface of the bores that house the Bearings. 2. 3. Figure 4-2 Typical Rear End Plate/Bearing A bl 5 Replace Lock Washers and Lock Nuts. The tab on the Lock Washer must seat into the slot on the Timing Gear. 9. Rotate the body and install Bearings, Bearing Key, Snap Ring, Lock Washer and Screws onto the Front End Cover. NOTE: The tab on the Bearing Key must seat into the slot on the inner race of the Bearing. 10. The Measuring Unit must have Rotor clearance as described in Sections 4-7 and 4-8. 8. 2. 3. 4. 5. 4-7 Setting End Rotor Clearance Note: End rotor clearance is not required on all models. Units requiring end rotor clearance can be identified by the presence of set screws on the face of Timing Gears. 1. Adjust the two Set Screws located on the face of the Timing Gears until both Rotors are flush with the back side of the Rear End Plate. 2. Insert a shim into the outlet port, located on the Front End Plate, and determine the total distance between the backside of the Front End Plate and the 3-tooth Rotor. Repeat this procedure for the 4-tooth Rotor. 3. Adjust the two Set Screws located on the small Timing Gear until the distance between the back side of the Front End Plate and the 3-tooth Rotor is one-half the distance previously determined. Repeat this procedure for the 4-tooth Rotor and the large Timing Gear. 4. If the end clearance is adjusted properly, the Rotors will spin freely in any position. If the Rotors fail to spin freely, repeat procedure for setting end clearance. 6. NOTE: This may be done through the inlet and outlet openings of the unit. Position the Measuring Unit into the Meter Housing so that the inlet on the Measuring Unit couples with the inlet on the Meter Housing. Replace Screws, Washers and Seal Washers attaching the Measuring Unit to the Meter Housing. Replace the Meter Cover Housing and the Front Dome Gasket. A light film of grease will aid in holding the Gasket in place. Rotate the Coupling Tube on the Pinion Shaft Assembly of the Counter Base Plate Assembly until the Drive Pin is positioned the same as the slot of the Coupling Jaw on the Counter Drive Gear Train. Install the Adjustor and all other accessories. See Section 3 - Operation for Start-up recommendations Figure 4-4 Proper Method for Setting Rotor End Cl 4-9 Meter Adjustment The standard mechanical BiRotor meter is supplied with a Series 4200 Adjustor whereby incremental changes can be made to calibrate meter output with registration equipment. This is accomplished by changing the gear ratio between the meter packing Shaft and the Counter. To make adjustments: 1. Remove the protective security cover of the Adjustor. 2. 3. Lift the Adjustor Locking Plate. Adjust the meter as required. Adjustment Knobs are labeled for COARSE and FINE adjustment. Each groove of the COARSE adjustment equals 0.6% of the volume delivered. Each groove of the FINE adjustment is equal to 0.05% of the volume delivered. NOTE: Pushing the adjustment knobs IN decreases the counter reading. Pulling the adjustment knobs OUT increases the counter reading. Figure 4-3 Proper Method for Timing R 4-8 Timing Gear Adjustment 1. Loosen the Jam Nut on the large Timing Gear and with a feeler gauge or shims, carefully centralize a lobe of the 3-toothed Rotor in a flute of the 4-toothed Rotor. Determine the distance between the lobe and the flute of the two Rotors and shim the Rotors one-half of the determined distance between them. 6 Section 6 PARTS LIST Reference Figures 6-1 through 6-12 and Tables 6-1 through 6-12 for complete parts list information for the basic Brodie BiRotor Meter Series 60 through 90. Reference Instruction Manual X-PS01 for parts pertaining to the P-Style Meter. For parts not listed, or for additional information, consult factory. When ordering, the following information must be furnished. 1. Part Number and Description 2. Model Number of Flow meter 3. Serial Number of Flow meter 4. Quantity Required When ordering items of a material or special construction not indicated in the parts list, the Specific Material of Construction must be included. Figure 4-5 Model 4200 Accuracy Adj P-Style BiRotor meters are adjusted electronically at the point of registration using meter factor information and require no mechanical adjustor. Reference Instruction Manual X-PS01 for complete adjustment details. Section 5 TROUBLESHOOTING Table 5-1 has been provided to aid in basic troubleshooting. Disassembly procedures are covered in Section 4 -Maintenance. If the flow meter is found to be in need of repair, it is recommended that the user contact the nearest Brodie Service or Sales Office. It is important that service be performed by trained and qualified service personnel. Table 5-1 Troubleshooting Symptoms Meter runs but counter does not register. Possible Cause Faulty Register Faulty adjustor or broken coupling between adjustor and counter base plate. Service Required Remove register and see if output shaft on adjustor rotates with metered fluid flow. If output shaft on adjustor rotates, replace register. Remove adjustor and see if output shaft on counter base plate rotates with metered fluid flow. If output shaft of counter base plate Assembly rotates, then inspect the following: 1. Check coupling on input shaft of adjustor to see if it is broken. If broken, replace coupling. 2. If coupling is not broken, replace adjustor. Check rotor clearances as described in Section 4-8. If discrepancy is found, re-time rotors. Remove rotors as described in Section 4-4. If rotors are scored or galled, clean them as described in Section 4-5. If rotors are damaged beyond repair, replace with a new set. Install rotors as described in Section 4-6. Remove ball bearings as described in Section 4-4. Check to see if ball bearings turn freely with no free play. If discrepancy is found, replace ball bearings and install as described. Disassembly counter base plate Assembly. Check for worn or damaged gears. Replace gears as necessary and reassembly. Meter runs but is noisy. Meter is not timed properly. Damaged Rotors Worn ball bearings. Damaged gears in counter base plate Assembly. 7 Figure 6-1 Complete Meter Assembly - Series 60, 70 and 80 8 Table 6-1A Complete Meter Assembly - Series 60 Meter B-62DB Standard Metallurgy Qty 1 Gal. Per 10 Gal. Per 10 Liters per Rqd Revolution Revolution Revolution 62300-000 62300-010 62300-020 1 62305-000 62305-010 62305-020 4 151052 151052 151052 1 62430 62430 62430 24 151545 151545 151545 24 150766-008 150766-008 150766-008 1 60434 60434 60434 1 62415 62415 62415 1 154707 154707 154707 1 151841 151841 151841 1 51156 51156 51156 1 51750-500 517500-500 82750-500 9 151253 151253 151253 2 151831 151831 151831 2 155051 155051 155051 1 4200 4200 4200 1 30202 30202 30202 4 153991 153991 153991 4 150565 150565 150565 4 151882 151882 151882 4 152034 152034 152034 Model B-62DBF All Ferrous 1 Gal. Per 10 Gal. Per 10 Liters per Revolution Revolution Revolution 62300-001 62300-011 62300-021 62305-001 62305-011 62305-021 151052 151052 151052 62430 62430 62430 151545 151545 151545 150766-008 150766-008 150766-008 60434 60434 60434 62415 62415 62415 154707 154707 154707 151841 151841 151841 51156 51156 51156 51790-011 51790-011 82750-010 151253 151253 151253 151831 151831 151831 155051 155051 155051 4200 4200 4200 30202 30202 30202 153991 153991 153991 150565 150565 150565 151882 151882 151882 152034 152034 152034 Item Description Complete Meter Assy. Measuring Unit Screw Housing Cover Nut Screw Gasket Meter Housing Drain Plug Lead Washer Counter Base Plate Gasket Counter Base Plate Assy. Screw Lead Seal Seal Wire Adjustor Name Plate Drive Screw Screw Steel Washer Stat-O-Seal 1 3 4 16 17 19* 20 22 23 26* 27 28 29 30 31* 32 33 35 43 44 * Recommended Spare Part. Table 6-1 B Complete Meter Assembly - Series 70 Meter Model B-70C8, B-72DB Standard Metallurgy B-72DBF All Ferrous Qty 1 Gal. per 10 Gal. per 10 Liters per 1 Gal. per 10 Gal. per Rqd Revolution Revolution Revolution Revolution Revolution 70500-000 70500-010 72500-000 72500-010 72500-020 72500-001 72500-01 t 1 72505-000 72505-010 72505-020 72505-001 72505-011 4 151026 151026 151026 151026 151026 1 62890 62890 62890 62890 62890 22 151555 151555 151555 151555 151555 22 150803 150803 150803 150803 150803 1 178709 178709 178709 178709 178709 1 72925-005 72925-005 72925-005 72925-005 72925-005 1 154718-024 154718-024 154718-024 154718-024 154718-024 1 51156 51156 51156 51156 51156 1 82750-500 51750-500 82750-500 82750-010 51790-011 9 151251 151251 151251 151251 151251 2 151831 151831 151831 151831 151831 2 155051 155051 155051 155051 155051 1 4200 4200 4200 4200 4200 1 30202 30202 30202 30202 30202 4 153991 153991 153991 153991 153991 4 150565 150565 150565 150565 150565 4 151882 151882 151882 151882 151882 4 152034 152034 152034 152034 152034 Item Description 10 Liters per Revolution Complete Meter Assy. - CB Complete Meter Assy. - DB Complete Meter Assy. - DBF 1 Measuring Unit 3 Screw 4 Housing Cover 16 Nut 17 Screw 19* Gasket 20**' Meter Housing 22 Drain Plug 26* Counter Base Plate Gasket 27 Counter Base Plate Assy 28 Screw 29 Lead Seal 30 Seal Wire 31* Adjustor 32 Name Plate 33 Drive Screw 35 Screw 43 Steel Washer 44 Stat-O-Seal * Recommended Spare Part. ** B-7008 with 4" Flanges, order Part Number 70715-000 Meter Housing 72500-021 72505-021 151026 62890 151555 150803 178709 72925-005 154718-024 51156 82750-010 151251 151831 155051 4200 30202 153991 150565 151882 152034 9 Figure 6-2 Complete Meter Assembly - Series 90 10 Table 6-1C Complete Meter Assembly- Series 80 Meter B-BOCB B82DB Standard Metallurgy Qty. 10 Gal. per 10 Liters per Req. Revolution Revolution 80000-010 82800-012 82800-022 Model B-82DBF All Ferrous 10 Gal. per 10 Liters per Revolution Revolution Item Description Complete Meter Assy. - CB Complete Meter Assy. - DB Complete Meter Assy. - DBF 1 Measuring Unit 1 82805-012 82805-022 3 Screw 4 151070 151070 4 Housing Cover 1 82890 82890 17 Screw 22 150832 150832 19* Gasket 1 82884 82884 + 20 Meter Housing 1 82925 82925 22 Drain Plug 1 154718-024 154718-024 26* Counter Base Plate Gasket 1 51156 51156 27 Counter Base Plate Assy 1 51750-500 82750-500 28 Screw 9 151251 151251 29 Lead Seal 2 151831 151831 30 Seal Wire 2 155051 155051 31* Adjustor 1 4200 4200 32 Name Plate 1 92802 92802 33 Drive Screw 8 153974 153974 35 Screw 4 150565 150565 44 Stat-O-Seal 4 151845 151845 * Recommended Spare Part. + For 80000-000 and 80000-010 Housing Assembly 80415 is used in place of 82925. 82800-014 82805-014 151070 82890 150832 82884 82925 154718-024 51156 51790-011 151251 151831 155051 4200 92802 153974 150565 151845 82800-024 82805-024 151070 82890 150832 82884 82925 154718-024 51156 82750-010 151251 151831 155051 4200 92802 153974 150565 151845 Table 6-2 Complete Meter Assembly - Series 90 Item Description 10 Gallons per Revolution 100 Liters per Revolution 1 Barrel per Revolution 1 Screw 2* Adjustor 3 Screw 4 Counter Base Plate Assembly 5* Counter Base Plate Gasket 6 Nut 7 Meter Housing Assembly 8 Cap Screw or Nut 9 Measuring Unit - 10 Gallons per Revolution - 1 Barrel per Revolution - 100 Liters per Revolution 10* Meter Housing Cover Gasket 11 Meter Housing Cover 12 Pipe Plug 13* Seal Washer 14 Washer 15 Screw 18 Lead Seal 19 Seal Wire Name ate 21 Drive Screw * Recommended Spare Part. Quantity Required 4 1 9 1 1 32 1 32 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 7 7 2 2 1 4 B-90CB and B-92 DEB 92400-012 92400-044 92400-032 150565 4200 151251 92150-500 51156 151558 92415 150847 92205-010 92205-044 92205-030 92434 92430 154784-024 152031 151903 151054 151831 155051 92802 153974 11 Table 6-3 Right Angle Counter Base Plate Assembly Com late Rio B-62DB -1 and 10 GPR B-72DB - 10 GPR B-82DB - 10 GPR Qty. Req. Part Number 72700-007 1 72701 9 151012 1 152064-022 1 72728 1 43175 4 150535 1 72725-003 4 151253 1 72721 3 92027-005 2 150975 1 72729-003 1 151894 1 W51785-007* 1 72710-007 1 152070-022 8 152113 4 150725 1 152073-022 1 72735 1 153515 1 72730-003 1 155171 ht An le Counter Base Plate Model B-82DB - 10 LPR B-92DEB - All Registrations B-72DB - 1 GPR and 10 LPR B-82DB - 1 GPR and 10 LPR Part Number 72700-008 Part Number 92700-040 72701 72701 151012 151012 152064-022 152064-022 72728 72728 43175 43175 150535 150535 72725-003 72725 151253 151253 72721 72721 92027-005 92027-005 150975 150975 72729-003 72729 151894 151894 W51675-002* W92705-040** 72710-007 72710-400 152070-022 152070-022 152113 152113 150725 150725 152073-022 152073-022 72735 72735 153515 153515 72730-003 72730 155171 72728 Item Description 1 Base Plate Housing 2 Screw 3 O-Ring 4 Thrust Washer 5 Packing Gland 6 Screw 7 Packing Shaft 8 Screw 9 Gear Bracket 10 Bushing 11 Set Screw 12 Miter Gear 13 Washer 14 Worm and Gear Bracket Assy 15 Bracket Retainer 16 O-Ring 17 Lock washer 18 Screw 19 O-Ring 20 Coupling and Shaft with Item 21 21 Groove Pin 22 Gear and Shaft Assembly 23 Thrust Bearing * Includes Items 15, 17 and 18 ** Includes Item 15 Only Figure 6-3 Right Angle Counter Base Plate Assembly 12 Table 6-4 Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 60 Meter Model B-62DB Standard Metallurgy B-62DBF All Ferrous Qty 1 Gal. per 10 Gal. per 10 Liters per 1 Gal. per 10 Gal. per 10 Liters per Rqd Revolution Revolution Revolution Revolution Revolution Revolution 62305-000 62305-010 62305-020 62305-001 62305-011 62305-021 1 62212-000 62212-000 62212-000 62212-000 62212-000 62212-000 1 60266-015 60266-015 60266-015 60266-015 60266-015 60266-015 1 60230-000 60230-000 60230-000 60230-000 60230-000 60230-000 1 60586 60586 60586 60586-001 60586-001 60586-001 1 60276 60276 60276 60276-001 60276-001 60276-001 4 154953 154953 154953 154953 154953 154953 1 60591 60591 60591 60591 60591 60591 1 60596 60596 60596 60596 60596 60596 2 60294 60294 60294 60294 60294 60294 1 60537 (55T) 60542 (14T) 60542 (14T) 60537 (55T) 60542 (14T) 60542 (14T) 1 62330 (27T-24T) 62335 (69T-24T) 62335 (69T-24T) 62330 (27T-24T) 62335 (69T-24T) 62335 (69T-24T) 2 60592 60592 60592 60592 60592 60592 2 51593 51593 51593 51593 51593 51593 i 72542 72542 72542 72542 72542 72542 1 62328(50T) 62328(50T) 62329(53T) 62328(50T) 62328(50T) 62329(53T) 1 51579 51579 51579 51579 51579 51579 1 153636-019 153636-019 153636-019 153636-019 153636-019 153636-019 1 156484 156484 156484 156484 156484 156484 4 155151 155151 155151 155151 155151 155151 1 150156 150156 150156 150156 150156 150156 1 152270-019 152270-019 152270-019 152270-019 152270-019 152270-019 2 60238 60238 60238 60238 60238 60238 1 153953 153953 153953 153953 153953 153953 4 51567 51567 51567 51567 51567 51567 5 151010 151010 151010 151010 151010 151010 8 151033 151033 151033 151033 151033 151033 1 61601 61601 61601 61601 61601 61601 4 151907 151907 151907 151907 151907 151907 4 153547 153547 153547 153547 153547 153547 4 150969 150969 150969 150969 150969 150969 Description Output Per Revolution *** Complete Meter Assy. 1 Meter Body 2 Rear End Plate 3 Front End Plate 4** Rotor - Four Tooth 5** Rotor - Three Tooth 6* Ball Bearing 7** Timing Gear - Three Lobe 8** Timing Gear - Four Lobe 11 Bearing Spacing Key 13* Drive Gear 14* Compound Gear Assembly 15 Lock Nut 16* Lock Washer 18 Coupling Jaw Shaft 19* Gear 20* Stub Shaft 22 Groove Pin 23 Retainer Ring 30 Bushing 34 Screw 35 Lock Washer 36 Bearing Key 37 Retaining Ring 39 Dowel Screw 40 Allen head Screw 41 Allen head Screw 42 Rear Gear Cover 43 Washer 47 Roll Pin 48 Set Screw * Recommended Spare Part. ** Items 4 and 5 are supplied as a set. Items 7 and 8 are supplied as a set. *** Measuring Unit 62305-XXX above are used on meters shipped after January, 1980. Item Figure 6-4 Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 60 13 Table 6-5 Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 70 B-70CB. B-72DB 10 Gallons per Revolution 72505-010 72211-001 72267 72818-002 72286 72276 154952 72291 72296 72541 72555 (29T) 72550 (21T-79T) 60592 51593 72542 72455 (46T) 50244 151038 155152 150156 152108 72238 156484 51567 151037 151460 71601 151907 155151 153548 150969 151902 Meter Model Standard Metallurgy B-72DBF All Ferrous 10 Liters per 10 Gallons per 10 Liters per Revolution Revolution Revolution 72505-020 72505-011 72505-021 72211-001 72211-001 72211-001 72267 72267 72267 72818-002 72818-002 72818-002 72286 72286-001 72286-001 72276 72276-001 72276-001 154952 154952 154952 72291 72291 72291 72296 72296 72296 72541 72541 72541 72555 (29T) 72555 (29T) 72555 (29T 72550 (21T-79T) 72550 (21T-78T) 72550 (21T-78T) 60592 60592 60592 51593 51593 51593 72542 72542 72542 72546 (48T) 72544 (46T) 72546 (48T) 50244 50244 50244 151038 151038 151038 155152 155152 155152 150156 150156 150156 152108 152108 152108 72238 72238 72238 156484 156484 156484 51567 51567 51567 151037 151037 151037 151460 151460 151460 71601 71601-001 71601-001 151907 151907 151907 155151 155151 155151 153548 153548 153548 150969 150969 150969 151902 151902 151902 Item *** 1 2 3 4** 5** 6* 7** 8** 11 13* 14* 15 16* 18 19* 20* 23 29 34 35 36 37 39 40 41 42 43 45 47 48 89 Description Output Per Revolution Complete Meter Ass y. Meter Body Rear End Plate Front End Plate Rotor - Four Tooth Rotor - Three Tooth Ball Bearing Timing Gear-Three Lobe Timing Gear - Four Lobe Bearing Spacing Key Drive Gear Compound Gear Assembly Lock Nut Lock Washer Coupling Jaw Shaft Gear Idler Shaft Screw 5/ 16 - 18 x 1-3/4' Bushing Screw Lock Washer Bearing Key Retaining Ring Dowel Screw Screw 5/16 - 18 x 5/8' Screw 5/16 - 18 x 1-1 /2" Rear Gear Cover Washer Bushing Roll Pin Set Screw Washer Qty Rqd 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 4 6 6 1 4 2 4 4 1 * Recommended Spare Part. ** Items 4 and 5 are supplied as a set. Items 7 and 8 are supplied as a set. *** Measuring Unit 72505-XXX above are used on meters shipped after January, 1980. Figure 6-5 Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 0 14 Table 6-6 Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 80 Meter Model B-80CB, B-82DB Standard Metallurgy B-82DBF All Oty 10 Gallons per 10 Liters per 10 Gallons per Rqd Revolution Revolution Revolution 82805-012 82805-022 82805-014 1 82211-002 82211-002 82211-002 1 82267-002 82267-002 82267-002 1 82835-001 82835-001 82835-001 1 82286 82286 82286-001 1 82276 82276 82276-001 4 154951 154951 154951 1 82291 82291 82291 1 82296-002 82296-002 82296-002 2 82833 82833 82295 2 102268 102268 102268 2 82592 82592 82592 2 82593 82593 82593 1 82860 82860 82860 1 82845-002 82845-002 82845-002 4 150975 150975 150975 1 155148 155148 155148 1 155147 155147 155147 3 156514 156514 156514 3 151938 151938 151938 1 82802-001 82802-001 82802-001 1 82827 (53T) 82843 (56T) 82827 (53T) 11 151467 151467 151467 7 151017 151017 151017 2 151028 151028 1 82601 82601 1 150765-014 150765-014 150765-014 1 82238 82238 82238 4 92567 92567 92567 () (9) 151026 (9) 151026 (11) 151026 1 151883 151883 151883 Ferrous 10 Liters per Revolution 82805-024 82211-002 82267-002 82835-001 82286-001 82276-001 154951 82291 82296-002 82295 102268 82592 82593 82860 82845-002 150975 155148 155147 156514 151938 82802-001 82843 (56T) 151467 151017 150765-014 82238 92567 (11) 151026 151883 Description Output Per Revolution "" Complete Meter Ass y. 1 Meter Body 2 Rear End Cover 3 Front End Cover Assembly 4** Rotor- Four Tooth 5** Rotor - Three Tooth 6* Ball Bearing 7** Drive Gear (Three-Tooth Rotor 8** Drive Gear (Four-Tooth Rotor) 11 Spacer 13 Bearing Dowel 15 Gear Locknut 16' Gear Retainer 19* Gear (58T) 20* Compound Gear Assembly (95T-35T) 28 Set Screw 29 Flanged Bushing 30 Bushing 31 Retaining Ring 32 Thrust Washer 33 Coupling Shaft 34* Gear 39 Screw 40 Screw 41 Screw 42 Rear Gear Cover 43 Nylok Screw 44 Bearin Key 45 Dowel Screw 46 Screw 89 Washer * Recommended Spare Part. ** Items 4 and 5 are supplied as a set. Items 7 and 8 are supplied as a set. *** Measuring Unit 82805-XXX above are used on meters having serial numbers 7805-18601 and above. Item Figure 6-6 Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 80 15 Table 6-7 Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 90 Qty. Item Description Req. 10 Gallons Per Revolution 100 Liters Per Revolution 1 Barrel Per Revolution 1 Socket Head Ca Screw 11 2 Rear Gear Cover 1 3 Meter Body 1 4 Front End Cover 1 5 Screw 6 6* Ball Bearing 4 7 Lock washer 2 8 3/8 - 16 x 1 Hex Cap Screw 2 9 Lock washer 12 10 1/4 - 20 x 5/8 Hex Ca Screw 12 11 Front Bearing Cap 2 12 Dowel Screw 6 13** Rotor - Three Tooth Cast Iron 1 14 Bearing Dowel 4 15 Rear End Cover 1 16 Rotor Spacer Assembly 2 17** Timing Gear - Three Lobe 1 18* Gear Retaining Lock washer 2 19 Gear Locknut 2 20 Screw 8 21 Lock washer 10 22 Worm Shaft Assembly 1 10 Gallons Per Revolution 100 Liters Per Revolution 1 1 Barrel Per Revolution 1 23 Bushing 2 24 Worm Wheel Shaft 1 25 Bearing Retainer 2 27 Coupling Jaw 1 28 Set Screw 6 29 Gland Assembly 1 30 Worm Wheel 1 10 Gallons Per Revolution 1 Barrel Per Revolution 1 100 Liters Per Revolution 1 32** Timing Gear - Four Tooth 1 33** Rotor- Four Tooth Aluminum 1 34 Screw 2 35 Rear Gear Cover Assembly 1 10 Gallons Per Revolution 100 Liters Per Revolution 1 1 Barrel Per Revolution 1 B-90CB B-92DEB 92205-010 92205-044 92205-030 151044 92656 92211 92231-006 151040 154957 152110 150766 152108 150726 92239 92567 92275-001 102268 92266-006 92295 92291 92593 92592 150538 152259 92665-006 92665-007 92680 92657 92689 92238 92663 150975 92660 92686-006 92676 92686-007 92296 92286 150581 92655-010 92655-007 92675 * Recommended Spare Part. ** Items 17 and 32 are supplied as a set. Items 13 and 33 are supplied as a set. NOTE: For a Cast Iron Rotor set on Items 13 and 33, order Part No. 92275-001 and 92286-001. Figure 6-7 Measuring Unit Assembly - Series 90 ** Series 90 Item Rotor Set (Standard) Rotor Set (Cast Iron) Timing Gear Set Measuring Unit Housing (includes Body and End Plates) Part Number W92275-001 W92275-011 W92291 W92211 16 Table 6-8 Counter Base Plate Assembly Item 1 2 3 4' 5 6 7 8 9 10* 11* 12* 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 21* Description Qty. Rqd. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 AS rqd. AS rqd. 1 Counter Base Plate Part Number 51790-011 82750-010 51775-501 51775-501 51761-501 51761-501 51760-001 51760-001 51785-500 51675-001 51769-500 153549 51765 51665 52153-011 52153-011 150533 150533 52176-500 (gasket) 52176-500 (gasket) 152064022 152064-022 155195 155195 24371 151891 151891 151891 153942 156484 153942 150969 741-12-006-03 741-12-006-04 W51760-500 W-51760-011 W82750-011 Inc. Items 23 & 24 Inc. items 22 & 23 51750-500 51775-501 51761-300 51760-500 51785-500 51769-500 153549 51765 52153-011 150533 157303-022 152064-022 155195 150527 152257-019 150529 150527 152257-019 150529 1 150527 152257-019 150529 82750-500 51775-501 51761-300 51760-500 51675-001 51665 52153-011 150533 157303-022 152064-022 155195 24371 151891 153942 150969 741-12-006-0 741-12-006-04 W82750-501 Base Assembly Mounting Block Bracket Assembly Packing Shaft & Gear Assembly Bevel Pinion Roll Pin Pinion Shaft Assembly Packing Gland Screw O-Ring O-Ring Bearing Adjustment Collar Washer Spring Clip Spring Clip Set Screw Shim .005 Shim .010 Bevel Gear and Pinion Gear Assembly consisting of items 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20 22 Screw 23 Lock Washer 24 Screw * Recommended Spare Part. 4 4 2 150527 152257-019 150529 Figure 6-8 Counter Base Plate Assembly- Part Numbers 51750-500, 51790-011, 82750-010 and 82750-500 17 Table 6-9 Counter Base Plate Assembly Description Counter Base Plate Assembly 2 Packing Shaft Bearin 3 Packing Shaft Positioner 4' 6-Rin 5 Counter Base Plate 6 Packing Gland Assembly 7" O-Ring 8 Screw 9 Set Screw 10 Washer 12 Lock Washer 13 Screw 14 Coupling Tube Assembly 15 Washer 16 Mounting Block 17 Screw * Recommended Spare Part. Item Qty. Rqd. 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 3 3 1 1 1 2 B-92DEB 92150-500 92777-500 92152 157303-022 51775-501 52153-011 152064-022 150533 150969 151891 152259 150576 92155-500 151894 51761-301 I 150529 Figure 6-9 Counter Base Plate Assembly Table 6-10 Shock-Free Quantity Control Valve - Series 60, 70 and 80 Meters Item Description Qty Part Number Rqd 72450 72480 82950 82980 3 4 5 6 7' 8 9 10 18` 19' 20 21 22 25 26 End Flange Snap Ring Spacer Name Plate O-Ring Shaft Lever Spring O-Ring O-Ring Piston Assy. Nut Body Washer Nut 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 () 1 1 1 72452 72482 82952 153958 153958 153958 62958 62958 62958 62957 62957 62957 152071-022 152071-022 152071-022 62956 62956 82956 137478 137478 137478 62976 62976 540031 152078 152078 152083 152074-022 152074-022 157033-022 62970 62970 82970 151545 (6) 151545 (6) 151591 (8) 72451 72481 82951 151839 151839 151839 151689 151689 151689 82982 153958 62958 62957 152071-022 82956 137478 540031 152094-022 157033-022 82970 151591 (8) 82981 151839 151689 Item 27 28' 29' 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38' 39 40 41 Description Cap O-Ring O-Ring Adjust. Stem Adjust. Lock Washer Lock Washer Screw Bushing Seal Wire Lead Seal O-Ring Cylinder Pipe Plug Stud Qty Part Rqd 72450 1 62967 1 157080-022 1 152069 1 62953 1 160624 1 151857 1 152108 1 150731-024 1 72457 1 155051 1 151831 1 1 1 () 151313 (6) Number 72480 82950 62967 62967 157080-022 157027-022 152069 152069 62953 62953 160624 160624 151857 151857 152108 152108 150731-024 150731-024 72457 72457 155051 155051 151831 151831 157012 72483 157120-019 151313 (6) 151318 (8) 82980 62967 157027-022 152069 62953 160624 151857 152108 150731-024 72457 155051 151831 157012 82484 157120-019 151318 (8) Figure 6-10 Shock-Free Quantity Control Valve - Series 60, 70 and 80 Meters 18 Table 6-11 Shock-Free Quantity Control Valve - Series 90 Meters Item 3 4 5 7' 8 9 10 16* 19* 20 21 22 25 26 Description Valve End Flange Snap Ring Spacer O-Ring Valve Shaft Valve Lever Spring O-Ring O-Ring Piston Assembly Nut Valve Body Washer Lock Nut Qty. Req. 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 8 1 1 1 Part Number 92950 92980 92952 92982 153958 153958 62958 62958 152071 152071 92956 92956 137478 137478 540031 540031 152083 152094 157033 157033 82970 82970 151591 151591 92951 92981 151839 151839 151689 151689 Item Description 27 Cap 28* O-Ring 29* O-Ring 30 Adjustment Stem 31 Adjustment Lock 32 Washer 33 Lock Washer 34 Screw 35 Bushing 38 O-Ring 39 Cylinder 40 Pipe Plug 41 Stud * Recommended Spare Part. Qty. Req. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 8 Part Number 92950 92980 62967 62967 157027 157027 152069 152069 62953 62953 160624 160624 151857 151857 152108 152108 150731-024 150731-024 72457 72457 157012 82484 157120-019 151318 151318 Figure 6-11 Shock-Free Quantity Control Valve - Series 90 Meters 19 Table 6-12 Linkage Assembly - All Models Pert Number Item 1 Description Valve Assy. - Ductile Iron Valve Assy. Steel Gasket Nut Cap Screw Coupling Shaft Sub-Bracket Assy. Screw Retaining Ring Shaft Operating Lever Spacer Operating Lever Handle Washer Lock Washer Screw Operating Lever Connecting Tube Oty Rqd 1 1 1 () () 1 1 4 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 B-62DB and B-72DB 72450 72480 72386 151557 (5) 150838 (5) 122365-001 62995 150565 153958 62998-001 122357-001 122369 122363 62979 151732 152266 150742 122357 122366-001 B-82DB 82950 82980 82886 151557 (8) 150839 (8) 122365-001 62995 150565 153958 62998-001 122357-001 122369 122363 62979 151732 152266 150742 122357 122366 B-92DES 92950 92980 92886 151558 (8) 150848 (8) 122365-001 62995 150565 153958 62998-001 122357-001 122369 122363 62979 151732 152266 150742 122357 122366 Qty B-62DB end Rqd B-72DB 19 Pin 2 122367 20 Cotter Pin 4 153907 21 Pin 1 153419 22 Cotter Pin 2 153904 23 Clevis 1 51934 24 Nut 1 151545-019 25 Connecting Rod 1 122361 26 Veeder-Root Adaptor 1 36603-100-00 27 Screw 4 150554-419 28 Screw 2 150754-324 29 Clevis Support 1 122351 30 Clevis R.H. 1 122352 31 Pin 1 122353 32 Screw 2 150754-419 33 Lock Washer 6 152270-019 34 Screw 2 150755-419 35 Nut 2 151547 36** Connecting Rod 1 122368-001 ** Length to be specified on sales order. Item Description Pert Number B-82DB 122367 153907 153419 153904 51934 151545-019 122361 365-03-100-00 150554-419 150754-324 122351 122352 122353 150754-419 152270-019 150755-419 151547 122368 B-92DEB 122367 153907 153419 153904 51934 151545-019 122361 365-03-100-00 150554-419 150754-324 122351 122352 122353 150754-019 152270-019 150755-419 151547 I 122368 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Figure 6-12 Complete Linkage Assembly-All Models 20 GUARANTEE If at any time, within one year after shipment but not thereafter, it is proved that any part of the equipment furnished by us was defective when shipped by us, we will repair or replace the same free of charge F.O.B. our plant. Notice of this claim must be made to us within one year after delivery. Our liability is limited to replacement of such defective parts or equipment. There are no guarantees or warranty expressed or implied other than those herein specifically mentioned. Brodie Meter Co., LLC shall not, in any event, be liable for any consequential damages, secondary charges, expenses for erection or disconnecting or losses resulting from any alleged defect in the apparatus. It is understood that corrosion or erosion of material is not covered by our guarantee. 21
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