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AIR CONTROL MODULE

SERIES 446

INSTALLATION
AND OPERATIONS GUIDE
Manual Number: DA072495

Revised: 9/24/09

© 2009 DYNAMIC AIR INC.


www.dynamicair.com
Safety Air Control Module
Series 446

Thank you for purchasing the Air Control Module. This manual contains information that will
allow you to get the best results from your equipment while operating it safely. Please read it
carefully before installing and operating this equipment. It is critical that the people operating
and maintaining this equipment have a copy of this manual. All information in this publication is
based on the latest product information. Dynamic Air Inc. reserves the right to make changes at
any time without notice and without incurring any obligation.

SAFETY MESSAGES
Your safety and the safety of others are very important. We have provided important safety
messages in this manual and safety labels on the equipment. Please read these messages
carefully.

A safety message alerts you to the potential hazards that could hurt you or others. Each safety
message is preceded by a safety alert symbol and one of three words, DANGER, WARNING,
or CAUTION.

This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal injury
hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid possible injury or
death.

These signal words mean:

DANGER indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will


DANGER result in death or serious injury.

WARNING indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could


WARNING result in death or serious injury.

CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not


CAUTION avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury.

Each message typically identifies the type of the hazard, the consequence of not avoiding the
hazard, and how to avoid the hazard.

DAMAGE PREVENTION MESSAGES


notice indicates information or a company policy that relates directly
NOTICE or indirectly to the safety of personnel or protection of property.

Original Instructions
Safety Air Control Module
Series 446

Symbol Typical Warning/Meaning

This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential


personal injury hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this
symbol to avoid possible injury or death.

Do Not Weld.

Maintain Pressure at Safe Levels.

Risk of Explosion.

Remove Power and Lockout/Tagout Before Servicing.

Original Instructions
Air Control Module
Table of Contents Series 446

Topic...................................................................................................... Section

Operation Principles ........................................................................................................... 1


Installation Guide ................................................................................................................ 2
Sequence of Operations ..................................................................................................... 3
Troubleshooting .................................................................................................................. 4
Maintenance . ....................................................................................................................... 5
Recommended Spare Parts List ........................................................................................ 6
Standard Material Lists and Drawings .............................................................................. 7
Assembly Drawings
Dimensional Drawings
Customer Assistance . ........................................................................................................ 8
Customer Satisfaction Survey ........................................................................................... 9
Non-Standard Section . ..................................................................................................... 10
Note: This section contains custom design information, such as material lists
and drawings, which supercedes the standard design.

Original Instructions
Operation Principles Air Control Module
Series 446

The Air Control Module (ACM) is the main pressure control device used in all "Dense Phase"
and some "Dilute Phase" pressure conveying systems. Although the word "Air" is used to
describe the ACM, it can be used with other inert gases such as Nitrogen.

This ACM design consists of multiple pilot operation regulators. The number of regulators is
based on the total flow requirement of the system.

These models are available in three configurations – single setpoint (-1), dual setpoint (-2)
and multi-pressure setpoint (-M). The single setpoint design uses one manual regulator for the
pressure control. The dual setpoint design uses two manual regulators and an additional 3-way
normally closed solenoid valve for selecting the desired pilot pressure. The multi-pressure
setpoint design uses an analog pressure controller. The pressure controller is available with a
0-10 VDC or 4-20 mADC analog signal which corresponds to a 0-100 psig (0-6.9 barg) output
pressure.

REGULATOR ANALOG
REGULATOR PRESSURE
REGULATOR
SOLENOID CONTROLLER

SOLENOID SOLENOID

SINGLE SETPOINT(-1) DUAL SETPOINT(-2) MULTI-PRESSURE


SETPOINT(-M)

NOTICE
Operating conditions
Dynamic Air's Air Control Module has a well-deserved reputation for giv-
ing long and dependable service, even under severe use. However, the Air
Control Module is intended for specific operating conditions only, with respect to air
pressure and volume. Because conditions for materials handled, installation, use and
maintenance of such products are controlled exclusively by the user, Dynamic Air dis-
claims all responsibility for damage or injury resulting from the use of the Air Control
Module. Therefore, the user assumes all responsibility for any and all claims arising
directly or indirectly from the product and/or its use.

Original Instructions TM172-1


Section 1.1
Installation Guide Air Control Module
Series 446

NOTICE

Do not weld to any part of the Air Control Module.

1. Customer to supply clean, dry, compressed air at 95-100 psig (6.6-6.9 barg).
2. Prior to connecting the air supply line to the Air Control Module, make sure that all
compressed air supply lines are blown clean of metal chips and foreign debris.
3. Make sure that the air line connections are designed and installed to meet a minimum
operating pressure of 100 psig (6.9 barg).
4. Ensure the Air Control Module is piped and wired according to all drawings provided and
in accordance with all local and national codes.
5. A final electrical check of the Air Control Module should be performed to insure the proper
operation of the solenoid valve(s) and pressure transducer (where applicable).

DO NOT WELD

NOTICE
Operating conditions
Maximum operating pressure: 125 psig (8.6 barg)
Maximum operating temperature: 150° F (65.6° C)

Original Instructions TM172-2


Section 2.1
Air Control Module
Sequence of Operations Series 446

1. Regulator Operation (-1 & -2 ACM)


a. Air is regulated into the system through a 1/4" regulator and a main air solenoid
valve.
b. The 1/4" regulator pressure setting will be the same pressure setting for the pilot
regulator.
c. The pressure indicated on the regulator pressure gauge, located on the 1/4"
regulator, will be the pressure the system will convey with.

2. Main Air Control Operation (-1 & -2 ACM)


a. When the main air solenoid is energized, the regulated pressure from the 1/4"
regulator is allowed to pressurize the pilot port of the pilot regulator.
b. System supply air is then allowed to pass through the pilot regulator at a pressure
setting equal to the pilot port pressure supplied by the 1/4" regulator.
c. When the main air solenoid is de-energized, the 1/4" regulator pressure is cut off
and the pressure to the pilot port is exhausted to zero pressure through the exhaust
port of the main air solenoid valve.

3. REGULATOR OPERATION (-M ACM)


a. An electronic I/P controls the regulated pressure to the pilot regulator.
b. The I/P is an analog device, which is controlled by either a 0-10 VDC or 4-20 mA
signal. This range directly relates to 0 to 100 psig (0-6.9 barg).
c. The pressure indicated on the regulator pressure gauge, located on the I/P, will be
the pressure the system will convey with.
d. When a signal is sent to the I/P, the output pressure from the I/P is allowed to
pressurize the pilot port of the pilot regulator.
e. System supply air is then allowed to pass through the pilot regulator at a pressure
setting equal to the pilot port pressure supplied by the I/P.
f. When the signal is taken away from the I/P, pressure is cut off and the pressure to
the pilot port is exhausted to zero pressure through the exhaust port of the I/P.

Original Instructions
Section 3.1
Troubleshooting Air Control Module
Series 446

Symptom Problem Correction

no air passing through • Foreign material lodged in • Remove regulator bottom


regulator/unable to bottom of regulator. and clear foreign material
regulate from regulator.
• Regulator damaged. • Replace regulator.
• Solenoid valve plugged or • Repair or replace solenoid
damaged. valve.
• Electrical failure. • Review electrical schematic.
• Low compressed air supply • Check to make sure com-
pressure. pressed air supply at ACM
is between 95-100 psig
(6.6-6.9 barg).
• Compressed air supply line • Correct compressed air
leaks. supply line leaks.
• I/P regulator clogged. • Clean prefilter and reinstall.

Original Instructions
Section 4.1
Maintenance Air Control Module
Series 446

Daily, Weekly, and Yearly Maintenance

WARNING
The parts and/or equipment purchased from Dynamic Air Inc. have a limited life that
depends on the user’s specific application and the conditions under which the user
operates the equipment. Over time, parts and equipment may suffer deterioration, wear
and tear, corrosion, or other failure. Therefore, the user must follow all instructions
contained in this notice and in the operating manuals provided by Dynamic Air Inc. for
each piece of equipment.

REQUIRED PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES


The user of the Dynamic Air Inc. supplied parts and equipment must take adequate
preventative maintenance precautions to safeguard persons, equipment and property
against all conditions that may occur during operation of the equipment. The user must
establish and follow a daily, weekly, monthly and yearly maintenance schedule that
coincides with the actual and intended use of the equipment. The proper maintenance
schedule for each situation depends on the specific type of application and materials
handled. If the user has any questions about maintenance, contact the Dynamic Air
Service Department (see Section 8.1 for contact information).

HAZARD AND OPERABILITY STUDY (HAZOP)


Dynamic Air Inc. has not performed a HAZOP evaluation involving the material and/
or process for which this equipment was sold and/or will be used. It is the customer’s
sole responsibility to perform any HAZOP should it be required, in order to identify and
evaluate all operating conditions and environments which represent a possible risk to
any people or persons whatsoever.

REQUIRED INSPECTIONS
The user of the Dynamic Air Inc. supplied parts and equipment should visually inspect
the entire system, parts or equipment at least once daily in order to detect potential
problems such as leaks, stress cracks, loosening of bolts and part failures, etc.

In addition, during the first start-up of the parts or equipment, specific data and settings
must be recorded in writing and be provided to all appropriate operating personnel for
their safe use in operating the system. This includes, but is not limited to, the following
operating data:
· Recommended air supply pressure · Convey times
· Air volume settings · Specific control settings
· Recommended air regulator · Valve settings
settings · Other applicable measurements
· Electrical interlocks · Motor amperage, etc.
· Recommended procedures · Timing sequences
· Weight limitations · Batch sizes
· Temperature limitations · Weighments

The operating data should be reviewed and, if necessary, adjusted accordingly on a daily,
weekly and monthly basis to insure that the parts or equipment is operating safely and
properly according to all the recommendations provided by Dynamic Air Inc.

Original Instructions
Section 5.1
Maintenance Air Control Module
Series 446

Daily, Weekly, and Yearly Maintenance

WARNING
SYSTEMS THAT REQUIRE IMMEDIATE SHUTDOWN AND INSPECTION
Whenever any unusual operating conditions or system functions or sudden changes in
such conditions or functions is noticed, the parts or equipment should be shut down
immediately and all air and electrical power should be shut off. Then, the equipment
should be thoroughly inspected to determine the cause of such conditions or symptoms
in order to protect personnel from potential injury and to protect the equipment from
potential damage or unsafe operating conditions. Conditions that require immediate
shutdown and inspection include but are not limited to excessive vibration, unusual
equipment movement, abnormal noise, excessive heat build-up, leaks, sudden loss of air
pressure, or sudden and unusual changes in temperature, noise, or an unusual amount
of material handled, etc.

SERVICE REQUIREMENTS
A Dynamic Air service technician must perform a thorough service inspection and
maintenance check of all Dynamic Air supplied parts or equipment at least once annually
in order to maximize equipment life and performance, minimize system downtime, protect
plant personnel, and minimize liability. It will be the user’s responsibility to schedule
these services as required. Failure to follow this requirement could cause damage to
equipment and endanger plant personnel. Should the user fail to operate the system
according to all instructions in the operating manuals, the warranty will be invalidated.

CHANGES TO DYNAMIC AIR SUPPLIED EQUIPMENT


Any proposed changes or repairs to the equipment furnished by Dynamic Air must be
submitted in writing to the Dynamic Air engineering department for advance written
approval. Should the user fail to obtain written approval before making any changes or
repairs, it will invalidate the warranty and may create unsafe or dangerous operating
conditions and put operating personnel at risk. The user assumes all liability for the
changes made to the systems and/or equipment without Dynamic Air Inc.’s written
approval.

DANGEROUS OR EXPLOSIVE MATERIALS:


The parts or equipment furnished by Dynamic Air Inc. may handle materials that may
be dangerous or explosive. It is the customer’s total responsibility to insure that all
plant personnel are properly trained to handle dangerous/explosive materials and to
follow recommended procedures provided by material suppliers and/or state and local
guidelines for handling such materials. Dynamic Air Inc. assumes no responsibility or
liability with regard to potential hazards in handling such material.

Original Instructions
Section 5.2
Maintenance Air Control Module
Series 446

Daily, Weekly, and Yearly Maintenance

WARNING
Disconnect and lockout/tagout all energy sources before performing
any maintenance.

Recommended Maintenance Schedule:

Solenoid Valves:
• Keep the supply air flowing through the valve as free from dirt and foreign material as
possible. Check supply air pressure weekly.
• All solenoid valves should be cleaned periodically. In general, if the voltage to the coil is
correct, sluggish valve operation, excessive noise or leakage will indicate that a cleaning is
required or that the solenoid valve should be replaced.

Regulators:
• Keep the supply air flowing through the regulators as free from dirt and foreign material as
possible. Check supply air pressure weekly.
• When any of the following symptoms occur, it may be necessary to clean the regulators,
replace or install the proper rebuild kit.
a. Excessive relief venting.
b. Inability to attain high secondary pressure.
c. Erratic secondary pressures.
d. Excessive hysteresis (a retardation of desire effect: in this case because of the lack
of lubrication.)
e. Leakage of any type.
Exterior cleaning:
If it should become necessary to clean this equipment, disconnect the unit from all power
sources first. Do not use liquid cleaners, aerosols, abrasive pads, scouring powders or solvents,
such as benzine or alcohol. Use a soft cloth lightly moistened with a mild detergent solution.
Ensure the surface cleaned is fully dry before reconnecting power.

Original Instructions
Section 5.3
Recommended Spare Parts List Air Control Module
Series 446

Description Drawing Recommended Highly


Section Quantity to Stock Recommended
Number Quantity to Stock

ACM 125-1, 200-1


Solenoid valve 7.1, 7.4 1 –
Regulator, pilot operated 7.1, 7.4 1 –
Regulator, 1/4" 7.1, 7.4 1 –

ACM 125-2, 200-2


Solenoid valve 7.2, 7.5 2 –
Regulator, pilot operated 7.2, 7.5 1 –
Regulator, 1/4" 7.2, 7.5 2 –

ACM 125-M, 200-M


Regulator, pilot operated 7.3, 7.6 1 –
Regulator, electro/pneumatic 7.3, 7.6 – 1

ACM 300-1, 400-1


Solenoid valve 7.7 1 –
Regulator, pilot operated 7.7 1 –
Regulator, 1/4" 7.7 1 –

ACM 300-2, 400-2


Solenoid valve 7.8 2 –
Regulator, pilot operated 7.8 1 –
Regulator, 1/4" 7.8 2 –

ACM 300-M, 400-M


Regulator, pilot operated 7.9 1 –
Regulator, electro/pneumatic 7.9 – 1

NOTE: Due to long lead times and part availability, the above parts may not be in Dynamic Air's stock.
Section numbers listed above are for standard material lists only. Any custom material lists appear-
ing in the Non-Standard section (Section 10.1) should be referenced in place of standard material
lists of identical nature listed above.

Original Instructions
Section 6.1
1/4" FASTENERS
COVER PLATE

CLAMP HALVES

Original Instructions
PIPE NIPPLE CLAMP BLANK
PIPE REDUCER
DYNAMIC AIR PIPE NIPPLE
SECTION A-A
TRADEMARK LABEL VIEW ROTATED 90˚
REGULATOR EQUIPMENT ID
FOR CLARITY
LABEL

SOLENOID GAUGE
LOCKOUT ENERGY
MALE TUBING CONNECTOR
SOURCES LABEL
MUFFLER A ELBOW
TUBING

PANEL
ELBOW
FLOW

A
FLOW ARROW LABEL

PIPE NIPPLE

Section 7.1
PIPE NIPPLE
1-1/4" NPT B
1-1/4" NPT
FLOW OUT FLOW IN
ACM 125-1 Assembly, NEMA 4

(TO TRANSPORTER) (FROM AIR SUPPLY)

1/4" FASTENERS
B
COVER PLATE
GAUGE & BUSHING ELBOW
REGULATOR
CLAMP HALVES

CLAMP BLANK
Series 446

SECTION B-B
VIEW ROTATED 90˚
Air Control Module

FOR CLARITY

TM172-3
1/4" FASTENERS

DYNAMIC AIR COVER PLATE


TRADEMARK LABEL

Original Instructions
PIPE TEE CLAMP HALVES
PIPE NIPPLE
PIPE NIPPLE
REGULATOR REGULATOR CLAMP BLANK
GAUGE GAUGE
ELBOW
SECTION A-A
ELBOW
A VIEW ROTATED 90˚
MALE TUBING CONNECTOR REGL-1 REGL-2 SOLENOID FOR CLARITY

SOLENOID
MALE TUBING ELBOW
FLOW FLOW
CONNECTOR A
MALE TUBING
#8 FASTENERS CONNECTOR
SV-1 SV-2

MUFFLER ELBOW
TUBING EQUIPMENT ID LABEL
PANEL LOCKOUT ENERGY
SOURCES LABEL
PIPE NIPPLE PIPE NIPPLE
1-1/4" NPT B 1-1/4" NPT

Section 7.2
FLOW OUT FLOW IN
(TO TRANSPORTER) (FROM AIR SUPPLY)
ACM 125-2 Assembly, NEMA 4

FLOW ARROW LABEL


B

1/4" FASTENERS
GAUGE & BUSHING ELBOW COVER PLATE
REGULATOR

CLAMP HALVES

CLAMP BLANK
Series 446

SECTION B-B
Air Control Module

VIEW ROTATED 90˚


FOR CLARITY

TM172-4
DYNAMIC AIR EQUIPMENT ID
TRADEMARK LABEL MUFFLER LABEL

#10 FASTENERS LOCKOUT ENERGY


SOURCES LABEL

Original Instructions
CONTROLLER PIPE TEE
A
EXH
PIPE NIPPLE
MALE TUBING OUT
CONNECTOR
A

ELBOW IN

ELBOW

PANEL GAUGE
SECTION A-A
TUBING
PIPE NIPPLE B PIPE NIPPLE
FLOW OUT FLOW IN
(TO TRANSPORTER) (FROM AIR SUPPLY)

1-1/4" NPT 1-1/4" NPT


B

Section 7.3
GAUGE & BUSHING 1/4" FASTENERS
ELBOW
REGULATOR COVER PLATE
ACM 125-M Assembly, NEMA 4

CLAMP HALVES
PRESSURE CONTROL CARD WIRING CLAMP BLANK
JUMPER SUPPLY 24 VDC
SUPPLY 24 VDC (75)
V+ RED AT 150-300 mA
V+ RED
RED AT 150-300 mA RED
GND GND GRN SUPPLY COMMON
SIGNAL COMMON (74) GRN SECTION B-B
CMD- BLK CMD- SIGNAL COMMON
BLK BLK BLK
CMD+ 0-10 VDC SIGNAL (73) CMD+ VIEW ROTATED 90˚
WHT WHT WHT 4-20 mA SIGNAL
LMS2 LMS2 FOR CLARITY
WHT
LMS1 LMS1
SHIELD SHIELD
PRESSURE CONTROL PRESSURE CONTROL
Series 446

CARD TERMINALS CARD TERMINALS


Air Control Module

0-10 VDC (MX-445) 4-20 mA DC (PLC)

TM172-5
1/4" FASTENERS
COVER PLATE

CLAMP HALVES

Original Instructions
CLAMP BLANK

SECTION A-A
PIPE NIPPLE VIEW ROTATED 90˚
PIPE REDUCER FOR CLARITY
DYNAMIC AIR
TRADEMARK LABEL PIPE NIPPLE EQUIPMENT ID
REGULATOR LABEL

LOCKOUT ENERGY
SOLENOID
SOURCES LABEL
MALE TUBING
CONNECTOR GAUGE
A ELBOW
MUFFLER
ELBOW
TUBING
FLOW
PANEL A
FLOW ARROW LABEL
PIPE NIPPLE PIPE NIPPLE
B
2" NPT 2" NPT

Section 7.4
FLOW OUT FLOW IN
(TO TRANSPORTER) (FROM AIR SUPPLY)
ACM 200-1 Assembly, NEMA 4

B
GAUGE & BUSHING 1/2" FASTENERS
ELBOW
REGULATOR COVER PLATE

CLAMP HALVES

CLAMP BLANK
Series 446

SECTION B-B
Air Control Module

VIEW ROTATED 90˚


FOR CLARITY

TM172-6
1/4" FASTENERS
COVER PLATE

DYNAMIC AIR CLAMP HALVES

Original Instructions
TRADEMARK LABEL PIPE TEE
CLAMP BLANK
PIPE NIPPLE PIPE NIPPLE
REGULATOR REGULATOR
GAUGE GAUGE SECTION A-A
ELBOW VIEW ROTATED 90˚
FOR CLARITY
ELBOW
A REGL-2
MALE TUBING CONNECTOR REGL-1
SOLENOID
SOLENOID
MALE TUBING ELBOW
FLOW FLOW A
CONNECTOR
MALE TUBING
#8 FASTENERS CONNECTOR
SV-1 SV-2
MUFFLER
ELBOW
TUBING
EQUIPMENT ID LABEL
PANEL
PIPE NIPPLE
LOCKOUT ENERGY
2" NPT B
SOURCES LABEL

FLOW OUT FLOW ARROW LABEL


FLOW IN
(TO TRANSPORTER)

Section 7.5
(FROM AIR SUPPLY)
ACM 200-2 Assembly, NEMA 4

2" NPT
B
PIPE NIPPLE
GAUGE & BUSHING ELBOW
1/2" FASTENERS
REGULATOR COVER PLATE

CLAMP HALVES
CLAMP BLANK

SECTION B-B
Series 446

VIEW ROTATED 90˚


FOR CLARITY
Air Control Module

TM172-7
DYNAMIC AIR EQUIPMENT ID PIPE NIPPLE
TRADEMARK LABEL LABEL PIPE TEE
MUFFLER
LOCKOUT ENERGY
SOURCES LABEL
#10 FASTENERS

Original Instructions
CONTROLLER
A
MALE TUBING EXH
CONNECTOR OUT
SECTION A-A
A
ELBOW
IN

ELBOW
PANEL
PIPE NIPPLE GAUGE PIPE NIPPLE
2" NPT B
TUBING 2" NPT
FLOW OUT FLOW IN
(TO TRANSPORTER) (FROM AIR SUPPLY)

FLOW ARROW LABEL


B
GAUGE & BUSHING
ELBOW 1/2" FASTENERS
REGULATOR

Section 7.6
COVER PLATE

CLAMP HALVES
ACM 200-M Assembly, NEMA 4

CLAMP BLANK
PRESSURE CONTROL CARD WIRING
SUPPLY 24 VDC
SUPPLY 24 VDC (75) RED AT 150-300 mA SECTION B-B
AT 150-300 mA V+
V+ RED RED RED VIEW ROTATED 90˚
GND GND GRN SUPPLY COMMON FOR CLARITY
SIGNAL COMMON (74) GRN
CMD- BLK CMD-
JUMPER BLK BLK BLK SIGNAL COMMON
CMD+ 0-10 VDC SIGNAL (73) CMD+
WHT WHT WHT
LMS2 LMS2 WHT
4-20 mA SIGNAL
LMS1 LMS1
SHIELD SHIELD
PRESSURE CONTROL PRESSURE CONTROL
CARD TERMINALS CARD TERMINALS
Series 446

0-10 VDC (MX-445) 4-20 mA DC (PLC)


Air Control Module

TM172-8
1/4" FASTENERS
COVER PLATE

CLAMP HALVES

Original Instructions
CLAMP BLANK
DYNAMIC AIR AIR IN A
TRADEMARK LABEL AIR OUT SECTION B-B
EQUIPMENT ID
VIEW ROTATED 90˚
LABEL FOR CLARITY

PIPE NIPPLE REGULATOR


PIPE ELBOW GAUGE
BUSHING
PIPE NIPPLE ELBOW
MUFFLER B
TUBING
SOLENOID
LOCKOUT ENERGY
FLOW
B SOURCES LABEL
MALE TUBING GAUGE
CONNECTOR
BUSHING PIPE ELBOW

MECHANICAL FLOW ARROW


LABEL

Section 7.7
ASSEMBLY FLOW
ACM 300-1 thru 700-1 Assembly, NEMA 4

FLOW

TEE

ELBOW
Series 446

SECTION A-A
Air Control Module

TM172-9
1/4" FASTENERS
COVER PLATE

CLAMP HALVES

Original Instructions
PIPE NIPPLE CLAMP BLANK
REGULATOR AIR IN AIR OUT
PIPE TEE A SECTION B-B
DYNAMIC AIR PIPE NIPPLE REGULATOR
VIEW ROTATED 90˚
TRADEMARK LABEL FOR CLARITY
GAUGE
GAUGE
EQUIPMENT ID LABEL
ELBOW B ELBOW
MUFFLER TUBING
SOLENOID SOLENOID
MALE TUBING FLOW FLOW
B ELBOW
CONNECTOR
LOCKOUT ENERGY
#8 FASTENERS SOURCES LABEL
MALE TUBING
CONNECTOR
MALE TUBING
CONNECTOR PIPE NIPPLE
BUSHING PIPE ELBOW
GAUGE
FLOW ARROW
LABEL

Section 7.8
FLOW

MECHANICAL
ASSEMBLY
ACM 300-2 thru 700-2 Assembly, NEMA 4

TEE FLOW

ELBOW
Series 446

SECTION A-A
Air Control Module

TM172-10
AIR IN AIR OUT
#10 FASTENERS A PIPE NIPPLE
PIPE TEE
DYNAMIC AIR
TRADEMARK LABEL EQUIPMENT ID LABEL
MUFFLER

Original Instructions
CONTROLLER GAUGE
MALE TUBING ELBOW
CONNECTOR B

TUBING B LOCKOUT ENERGY SECTION B-B


SOURCES LABEL
MALE TUBING FLOW

CONNECTOR GAUGE
BUSHING PIPE ELBOW
FLOW ARROW LABEL

FLOW

MECHANICAL
ASSEMBLY

FLOW

TEE

Section 7.9
ELBOW

A SECTION A-A
ACM 300-M thru 700-M Assembly, NEMA 4

PRESSURE CONTROL CARD WIRING


SUPPLY 24 VDC
SUPPLY 24 VDC (75) RED AT 150-300 mA
V+ V+
RED RED AT 150-300 mA RED SUPPLY COMMON
GND GND GRN
SIGNAL COMMON (74) GRN
JUMPER CMD- BLK CMD- SIGNAL COMMON
BLK BLK BLK
CMD+ 0-10 VDC SIGNAL (73) CMD+
WHT WHT WHT 4-20 mA SIGNAL
LMS2 LMS2 WHT
LMS1 SHIELD LMS1
SHIELD
Series 446

PRESSURE CONTROL PRESSURE CONTROL


CARD TERMINALS CARD TERMINALS
Air Control Module

0-10 VDC (MX-445) 4-20 mA DC (PLC)

TM172-11
ACM 125 & 200 Dimensional Drawing Air Control Module
Series 446

FLOW

F F

C
1.00 (25) 14.75 (375), TYP(4)

D B 16.00 (406) SQ.

E A

MODEL A B C D E F APPROX. WT
ACM 125 20.89 (531) 2.44 (62) 3.22 (82) 3.27 (83) 6.22 (158) 1-1/4" NPT 20 LBS (9 KG)
ACM 200 30.79 (782) 7.39 (188) 3.25 (83) 3.00 (76) 6.42 (163) 2" NPT 30 LBS (14 KG)

Note: All dimensions are in inches (millimeters).

Original Instructions TM172-12


Section 7.10
ACM 300 thru 700 Dimensional Drawing Air Control Module
Series 446

22.00 (559)

A 3" AWWA FLANGE

FLOW

A
FLOW

FLOW

A SECTION A-A
8.00 (203)
6.00 (152)

.56 (14)

Note: All dimensions are in inches (millimeters). MODEL A APPROX. WT


ACM 300 33.50 (851) 138 LBS (63 KG)
ACM 400 39.75 (1010) 168 LBS (76 KG)
ACM 500 46.00 (1168) 197 LBS (89 KG)
ACM 600 52.25 (1327) 231 LBS (105 KG)
ACM 700 58.50 (1486) 261 LBS (118 KG)

Original Instructions TM172-13


Section 7.11
Material List Air Control Module
Series 446

The following is a typical bill of material of all items which are provided by Dynamic Air. The bubble
numbers shown on this printout relate to bubble numbers which will appear on its corresponding
engineering drawing. Only the items shown on this bill of material will be provided by Dynamic Air,
and all other items required for the installation of the Air Control Module must be supplied by the
customer.

BILL OF MATERIAL 4

ASSEMBLY ITEM NUMBER: 1


ASSEMBLY DESCRIPTION: 2
ENGINEERING DRAWING NUMBER: 3

BUBBLE UNIT OF DRAWING


QUANTITY ITEM NUMBER DESCRIPTION
NUMBER MEASURE NUMBER

5 6 7 8 9 10

KEY TO REFERENCE NUMBERS


1 Dynamic Air item assembly number. 6 Quantity of item provided by
Dynamic Air.
2 Item description for the assembly.
7 Unit of measure.
3 Engineering drawing number to be refer-
enced for item number listed. 8 Dynamic Air item number of
individual part.
4 Bill of Material page number.
9 Abbreviated item description.
5 Bubble number, to be used with the
assembly’s corresponding engineering 10 Drawing number for internal
drawing. reference only.

Original Instructions
Section 7.13
Customer Assistance Air Control Module
Series 446

We highly encourage the use of our service department for a safe and successful application of
the equipment you have purchased and to provide maximum service life.

Should any questions arise with regard to installation and/or operation that is not covered in this
manual, please call Dynamic Air's customer service department for further recommendations or
visit our website at www.dynamicair.com.

US Office
Dynamic Air Inc.
1125 Willow Lake Boulevard
St. Paul, Minnesota 55110-5193
Phone: +1 651 484-2900
Fax: +1 651 484-7015

UK Office
Dynamic Air Ltd.
26 Peverel Drive
Granby
Milton Keynes MK1 1QZ
England
Phone: +44 (0) 1908 622344
Fax: +44 (0) 1908 646633

Original Instructions
Section 8.1
Customer Satisfaction Survey Air Control Module
Series 446

Dynamic Air is interested in feedback from our customers. Please help us serve
you better by going to www.dynamicair.com/customer.html and completing our
Customer Satisfaction Survey or complete the survey below and fax or e-mail it
to us.

1. Are you satisfied with the delivery of your Dynamic Air product? Yes No

2. Are you satisfied with the performance of your Dynamic Air product? Yes No

3. Are you satisfied with the customer service you received? Yes No

4. Are you satisfied with the technical support? Yes No

5. Are you satisfied with the price? Yes No

6. Are you likely to buy more Dynamic Air products? Yes No

7. Do you have any suggestions to improve the Dynamic Air


product quality or service? Yes No

Comments:

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Thank you for your help. Please tell us about yourself:

Name: _____________________________________________________________________

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Would you like someone from Dynamic Air to contact you? Yes No
(If Yes, be sure to include your contact information above.)

Please fax this page to Dynamic Air at +1 651-484-7015 or email to info@dynamicair.com.

Original Instructions
Section 9.1
Non-Standard Section Air Control Module
Series 446

This section contains custom design information which supersedes the standard design. All
drawings and material lists in this section will replace the drawings and material lists of identical
nature previously listed. If this section has no information, all components are standard.

Original Instructions
Section 10.1

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