1 TREATER VALVE Configuration of water VALVE is a trademark of Kimray , 2015 Kimray , Inc. MKSLLS-RM00013/18 REV. 002 All Rights contents of this publication including illustrations are believed to be reliable. And while efforts have been made to ensure their accuracy, they are not to be construed as warranties for guarantees, express or implied, regarding Kimray products or services described herein or their use or application. All sales are governed by our terms and conditions, which are available on request. Kimray reserves the right to modify or improve the designs or specifications of such products at any time without prior notice. 2018 Kimray & water VALVESI nstallation, Operation & Maintenance : TREATER / DUMPC ontents A Before you start ..4 A1 Scope ..4 A2 Introduction.
2 4 A3 Description ..4 A4 Maintenance ..4 A5 Changes and Updates ..4 A6 Special Tools & Equipment ..5 A7 Orientation ..6 INSTALLATION1 Installation ..7 DISASSEMBLY2 Weight & Drip Pot ..93 Lever Hub ..104 Shaft ..115 Bonnet ..136 Trunnion Hub ..147 Stem Assembly ..148 Housing ..159 Diaphragm Assembly ..1510 Removable Seat ..16 INSPECTION11 Inspection & Cleaning ..17 ASSEMBLY12 Removable Seat ..2013 Diaphragm Assembly ..2114 Housing ..2215 Stem / Hub Sub-Assembly ..2316 Bonnet ..2417 Stem ..2518 Plugs & Stuffing Box ..2619 Lever Hub ..2620 Drip Pot Assembly ..2821 Serial Tag ..28 TESTING22 Flow Direction & Check Start-up & Test .. & water VALVESI nstallation, Operation & Maintenance Guide4 Model: TREATER / DUMPWARNING: DO NOT exceed the maximum pressure specified on the nameplate.
3 Under no circumstances should the regulator supply pressure ever exceed the maximum psig. A4 MaintenanceMaintenance should be performed on a regular basis. Initial intervals of 12 months is recommended. The maintenance interval may increase or decrease depending on changing application environments. The VALVE can be repaired without being removed from the PublicationsThe following publications are applicable for the regulatorNumber Type TitleCatalog Pages / AcronymsThe abbreviations that follow are used in this DefinitionSWA Screwed, water , AngleFWA Flanged, water , AngleCommonly Replaced Parts Trim Set Diaphragm O-RingOccasional Replacement Parts Body A5 Changes and UpdatesA Before you startCAUTION: The instructions provided herein should be completely reviewed and understood before operating or reparing this equipment.
4 All CAUTION and WARNING notes must be strickly observed to prevent personal injury or equip-ment damage. A1 ScopeNOTE:Do not install, operate, or maintain a TREATER VALVE without being fully trained and qualified with the Kimray installation, operation and maintenance manual. To avoid personal injury or property damage, it is important to carefully read, understand, and follow all the contents of this manual, including all safety cautions and you have any questions about this manual, contact your Kimray applications support group before proceed-ing. A2 IntroductionThis repair manual contains information for the SWA and FWA TREATER valves . A3 DescriptionThe Kimray TREATER VALVE is designed as an oil or water VALVE for emulsion treaters, water knockouts and gunbarrels. The TREATER VALVE is ideal for salt water disposal : When ordered, the TREATER VALVE Configuration and construction materials were selected to meet specific pressure, temperature, pressure drop and fluid conditions.
5 Since some Body / trim material combinations are limited in their pressure drop and temperature ranges, do not subject the pressure regulator to any other conditions without first contacting the Kimray Inc, sales office or a sales / applications & water VALVESI nstallation, Operation & Maintenance : TREATER / DUMPK imray reserves the right to modify or improve the special tools and equipment designs or specifications at anytime without TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT A6 Tip: Kimray recommends using the above special tools and equipment for disassembly, assembly and new part Seat Wrenches 2 in.#384SW3 in.#385SW4 in.#386SW6 in.# & water VALVESI nstallation, Operation & Maintenance Guide6 Model: TREATER / DUMPK imray reserves the right to modify or improve the designs or specifications of such products at anytime without catalog section D for additional information Recommended spare parts and stocked as repair kitsA7 ORIENTATION2" Angle Body Shown614130740428282611329393338373135 ,104334161727231241314155252419212336292 22018614130740428282611329393338373135.
6 1043341617272312413141552524192123362922 2018 ItemDescriptionQty1 Weight12 Bonnet13 Diaphragm Housing14 Drip Pot15 Body16 Hex Bolt17 Lever Bar18 Lever Hub19 Packing Ring110 Stuffing Box111 Nut112 Key113 Trunnion Shaft114 Gasket115 Plug1 ItemDescriptionQty16 Nipple117 Bleed Valve118 Diaphragm Plate119 Diaphragm120 Disc121 Seat122 Ratio Plug123 Pivot124 Removable Seat125 Nut1226 Screw1227 Screw428 Screw229 Plug130 Gasket1 ItemDescriptionQty31 Packing, Teflon132 Pin, Groove233 Name Plate134 Link Hub135 Snap Ring236 Link Pin137 Stem138 Hub Link Key139 Diaphragm140 Set Screw141 Packing Follower142 Nut243 Thrust Washer1 OIL & water VALVESI nstallation, Operation & Maintenance : TREATER / DUMP1 InstallationBefore installing the TREATER VALVE , inspect it for shipment damage and for foreign material that may have collected during shipment.
7 Inspect the openings in the VALVE and clean the pipe lines to remove scale, chips and all pressure connections are tight before pressurizing the Install the VALVE with the arrow on the Body pointing in the direction of flow. The direction of flow indi- cated will not necessarily prevent flow in the opposite direction. See Fig. 1-12. Install the VALVE using good piPing practices. For flanged bodies use a suitable Gasket between the Body and the pipeline flanges. For threaded(NPT) bodies, use TFE tape or pipe thread sealant on external pipe Install gas equalizing line to 1/4 connection of Drip Pot. Do not share this line with any other Adjust weight on Lever Arm. All the way out towards the end of lever bar will achieve 4 ft. of liquid head. All the way in towards Hub Assembly will achieve 2 ft.
8 Of liquid head. Configuration of water VALVE is a trademark of Kimray , Inc. DO NOT install a regulator anywhere in gas equalizing NOT use equalizing line as a source of gas for any other LEGK imray TREATER ValveDo not bow equalizing line or water will collect and freeze or cause uneven operationOpening vent VALVE will cause TREATER VALVE to TREATER ValveWater LEGNOTE:The flange bodies are not rated to the ANSI class pressure. Connection rating can be higher than Body :Never stand directly over or in front of a VALVE when the syStem is pressurized. the VALVE could suddenly open, blowing debris into the person s face and :DO NOT connnect gas equilizing line to gas vent line, burner manifold or downstream of mist extractor. DO NOT share equalizer :Liquid drain on gas equalizing & water VALVESI nstallation, Operation & Maintenance Guide8 Model: TREATER / DUMPFig.
9 1-2 Fig. 1-2 shows a single weight all the way out on a standard Lever Bar allowing the maximum 4 feet of liquid head. Fig. 1-3 shows two weights all the way out on the longer Lever Bar allowing the maximum 12 feet of liquid 1 - Lengths and WeightsSizeStandard Lever Bar (Hi-Head) Lever BarWeight Part No heights subject to liquid with a specific gravity of gravity correction, multiply the above Figures byWhere G is the specific gravity of the flowing Configuration of water VALVE is a trademark of Kimray , Inc. Fig. 1-34 to scaleNot to scaleOIL & water VALVESI nstallation, Operation & Maintenance : TREATER / DUMPDISASSEMBLY Secure VALVE in vise, remove the weight by loosening the Bolt. Unscrew Drip Pot from Nipple and remove Bleed VALVE from Drip Pot. See Fig. 2-1 Remove both Bolts from the Lever Hub and remove Lever.
10 See Fig. 2-22 Weight & Drip PotBleed ValveDrip Pot BodyWeightLever NippleLeverHubLever Configuration of water VALVE is a trademark of Kimray , Inc. Fig. 2-1 Fig. & water VALVESI nstallation, Operation & Maintenance Guide10 Model: TREATER / DUMPDISASSEMBLY Fig. 3-1 Fig. 3-2 Loosen Locking Screw from Lever Fig. 3-1 Remove Lever Hub from Shaft be careful to not bend the Shaft. Remove Key from Lever Hub. See Fig. 3-2 NOTE:The Lever Hub may be difficult to remove from the Shaft if so remove the Shaft from the Bonnet place into a vice and heat the Lever Hub with a Lever HubLoosen the Locking ScrewRemove Key Configuration of water VALVE is a trademark of Kimray , Inc. OIL & water VALVESI nstallation, Operation & Maintenance : TREATER / DUMPDISASSEMBLY Recommended spare parts and stocked as repair kitsFig.