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81L, 101L, and 121L Seamer Oil Change Process

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81L, 101L, and 121L Seamers Complete Oil Change
OIL DRAINAGE PROCESS Gear Cases w/90W Gear Lube
Drive Case Remove the 3/4 pipe plug located above the Cover Feed area. There is approximately 20 quarts of oil in this area.

Can Feed Drive Case Remove both 3/4 pipe plugs to drain approximately 5 quarts of oil. The top pipe out will allow air in during the draining process and provide a fill spot.

Separator / Marker Drive Remove 3/4 pipe plugs on the left of the Separator Bracket. This area contains approximately 1-1/2 quarts.

Filler Drive Gear Cases There is a 1/2" pipe plug on the bottom lowest point of these gear cases and a fill plug on the top. Oil capacities are variable depending on filler connections.

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Aero-Shell W-80 Oil (40W)
Upper Turret Remove the square head 1/2" pipe plug located at station #1. The Upper Turret holds approximately 4 qts of oil.

Lower Turret Remove a 1/2" pipe plug between stations 1 and 12 and drain approximately 2-1/2 quarts of oil.

Base Housing Remove a 3/4 pipe plug from the Main Drive Shaft Cover and remove the Filtration System suction line. Open the ball valve to drain the Base. There is approximately 12 quarts of oil.

Trabon Oil Pump Reservoir Remove the 1/4" pipe plug on the front side of the pump to drain what oil there is in the Reservoir. There may be an amount that equals 10 quarts if the reservoir is full. Clean the reservoir canister and any possible sediments at the bottom.

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5/1/98-12114006 Oil Recirculation and Filtration System NOTE: Always replace the Bag Element and Particle Filter Element when performing a complete oil change on the machine. Remove canister clamps from on top the system to remove both elements. Remove a 3/8" hex pipe plug from the bottom of the Bag Element Canister to drain remaining oil from both open canisters. There should be approximately 2 to 3 quarts of oil remaining. The open suction line under the Base of themachine should drain the 1" line.

Upper Turret Housing Area Remove the Housing Service Cover and wipe out oil from around the Upper Turret. Ensure that the drain line from the Housing to Base is clear of obstructions.

Fully inspect all Lubrication Divider (Oil Feeders) Blocks on the side of the Base and on top of the machine for leaking fittings, leaking gaskets or ORings, damaged tubing or fittings and all hoses used in the system.

OIL REFILL PROCESS
Use a pipe sealant, such as Loctite PST pipe sealant, on all pipe plug threads upon replacement. It is not suggested to use teflon ribbon dope sealant. Drive Case Replace the 3/4" pipe plug located next to the sight glass. Remove the Breather Cap from on top of the Drive Case Cover. Fill with 20 quarts of oil or until the oil level has reached half the sight glass. Use 90W Gear Lube ANGELUS SANITARY CAN MACHINE COMPANY 4 of 7

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5/1/98-12114006 Can Feed Drive Case Replace the bottom 3/4" pipe plug. Fill using the top pipe plug opening with 5 quarts of oil or until the oil has reached half the sight glass located in the Case Cover. Use 90W Gear Lube.

Separator / Marker Drive Replace the bottom 3/4" pipe plug. Fill through the top opening with 1-1/2 quarts oil or until it has reached half the sight glass located in the marker drive opening cover. Use 90W Gear Lube.

Filler Drive Gear Cases Replace the bottom drain pipe plug. Fill Gear Cases with the required amount using the sight glass. These amounts can vary from 2 to 4 quarts of oil depending the size. When Cases are equipped with an oil pump, loosen tube nuts to prime lines and to verify pump operation. Use 90W Gear Lube.

Aero-Shell W-80 Oil (40W)
Upper Turret Replace the drain plug located at station #1. Slowly pour 4 quarts of oil over the top of the Upper Turret while handwheeling the seamer around to disperse oil evenly. Do Not allow oil to overflow the outside Turret rib, it will take a little time to flow through the Turret openings under the Seaming Cam Levers. Use Aero-Shell W-80 Oil (40W) ANGELUS SANITARY CAN MACHINE COMPANY 5 of 7

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5/1/98-12114006 Lower Turret Replace the drain plug at station #1. Refill oil through the 1/2" pipe plug directly above the drain plug with 2-1/2 quarts of oil or to the center of the sight glass. Use Aero-Shell W-80 Oil (40W)

Base Housing Replace the Filtration System 1" suction hose or tubing and 3/4 pipe plug under the Base Housing. Open the ball valve. Pour 12 quarts of oil through the refill plug hole located below the cover feed area on top of the Base. The oil should reach half way to center of the top sight glass when full. Use Aero-Shell W-80 Oil (40W)

Trabon Oil Pump Reservoir Use Aero-Shell W-80 Oil (40W). Replace the 1/4" pipe plug(s) on the left side of the pump. Refill the Pump Reservoir with 10 quarts of oil through the hinged fill cap on to of the unit.

Loosen the oil feed line tube nut connected to the master divider block on the side of the machine. Turn on the Main Power and Oil Pump. When oil is visible from the feed line tube nut, tighten it. ANGELUS SANITARY CAN MACHINE COMPANY 6 of 7

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Trabon Oil Pump Reservoir continued; Loosen feed line tube nuts (3) going from the master divider block to sub-divider blocks on the side of the machine (2) and one on top of the machine (hose connection) and watch for a presence of oil. Tighten tube nuts when all lines are primed. Check the Indicator Pin on the master divider block. This should be moving in and out approximately 10 times a minute. Pull the Housing Service Cover off to observe lube lines for a constant dripping of oil to a steady stream of oil when the machine is first started (oil boost systrem operation). Oil Recirculation and Filtration System Replace the pipe plug on the bottom of the Bag Element Canister. Install new filter and bag elements. Fill canisters with oil to within one inch of the top. Allow the elements to absorb the oil. Each canister will hold approximately 8 quarts of oil. Install Seals, Covers and Clamps. Check all hoses, tubing and fitting to ensure they are tight against leakage. Start the Filtration Pump. Open all bleed valves to remove air from the system. If there is no sign of oil in the suction line or oil moving through hoses, the suction line may need priming. If large air bubbles are seen in the clear hoses, there is an air leak somewhere in the suction line or the pump is not primed. Once the system has stabilized, record pressures on the new elements.

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