To prevent injury, pressure gage must read 0 psig before any maintenance is
Relieve tank pressure by opening the pressure relief valve (25) until gage (6) reads zero.
Using ratchet on strap (1), loosen strap.
Disconnect strap (1) from eyebolts on brackets on floor of van at three places and remove strap.
If the tank assembly is to be removed while full, two people are required to lift the tank
assembly. Each person uses one of the handles at the top of the tank to move it.
If the tank is to be drained prior to removal, lift bail (3) and remove cover (4) and preformed packing with pressure
relief valve (25) installed.
e. Tip the tank to drain it into the sump in front of the RO vessels. Replace cover (4).
f. Remove tank assembly (2).
a. Remove gage (6), tire valve (5), fitting (7), and adapter (8). Remove cap (9) from tire valve.
b. Remove nut (10) andscrew(11). Unscrew assembled tube (12 thru 15).
c. Remove two internal hex screws (13) and remove two spray nozzles (14). Do not remove dust covers(15) unless
replacement is required.
d. Remove flow control (16), coupling (17), and pipe nipple (18).
e. Remove nut(19) and valve handle (20).
f. Remove valve (21).
g. Remove nipple (22), coupling (23) and adapter (24).
h. If necessary, remove pressure relief valve (25) from cover (4).
i. Remove cover (4) and preformed packing.
a. Repair of the eyewash station is limited to removal and replacement of worn, missing or damaged parts. Replace
any part in unserviceable condition.
b. Repair piping leaks with antiseize tape.
Install preformed packing on cover (4).
If removed, install pressure relief valve (25).
Install adapter (24), nut (23), nipple (22) and valve (21).
Install valve handle (20) and secure with nut (19).