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Instruction Manual Form 5193 April 2001

Type 585 and 585R

Type 585 and 585R Size 100 Piston Actuators Contents Introduction

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Installation

................................. 2 Actuator Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Accessory Mounting and Connections . . . . . . . . . . 7

Maintenance

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Parts Ordering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Introduction Scope of Manual This instruction manual provides information on installation, maintenance, and parts ordering for the Type 585 and 585R Size 100 piston actuators. Information for other equipment used with these actuators can be found in separate instruction manuals. W6295/IL

Description Figure 1. Type 585 Size 100 Actuator

Specifications Specifications for the Type 585 and 585R piston actuators are given in table 1. Some specifications for an individual actuator as it originally comes from the factory are stamped on a nameplate attached to the yoke.

D100296X012

The compact Type 585 and 585R pneumatic spring-and-piston actuators (figure 1) provide accurate throttling or on-off control of sliding-stem valves. Both types have a double-acting cylinder requiring pressure for opening as well as closing action. Type 585 actuator bias spring action fully retracts the piston stem upon loss of cylinder pressure, while Type 585R actuator bias spring action fully extends the piston stem upon loss of cylinder pressure. No additional parts are required to convert from one actuator type to the other.


Type 585 and 585R Table 1. Specifications

Maximum Allowable Cylinder Pressure(1) 10.3 bar (150 psig) Yoke Boss and Stem Connection Diameters J 71 mm (3-9/16 inch) diameter yoke boss with 19.1 mm (3/4-inch) diameter stem connection or J 124 mm (5-inch) diameter yoke boss with 25.4 or 30.2 mm (1 or 1-1/4 inch) diameter stem connection Travel Capabilities See tables 3 through 4 Thrust Capabilities See tables 3 through 4

Material Temperature Capabilities(1) –40 to 82_C (–40 to 180_F) Piston Area 728 cm2 (113 square inches) Pressure Connections 1/4-inch NPT female Approximate Weight 177 kg (390 pounds)

1. The pressure/temperature limits in this manual and any applicable standard or code limitation, must not be exceeded.

Installation

WARNING WARNING

To avoid personal injury or property damage caused by bursting of pressure-retaining parts, be certain the cylinder pressure does not exceed the limits listed in table 1. Use pressure-limiting or pressure-relieving devices to prevent cylinder pressure from exceeding these limits. A Type 585 or 585R actuator is normally shipped mounted on a valve. Refer to the appropriate valve instruction manual when installing the valve in the pipeline. If you wish to mount a separately shipped actuator onto a valve, perform the procedures described in the Actuator Mounting section. If accessories are being added, refer to the Accessory Mounting and Connections section.

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Dropping the actuator and any attached accessories and/or valve may cause personal injury and/or equipment damage. For all mounting procedures—regardless of lifting eye usage—use an adequately sized chain, sling, hoist, or crane to handle the actuator and any attached accessories and/or valve. Use caution during lifting and handling to prevent slippage, swinging, faulty equipment connections, or sudden shock loads. In the following procedure, the lifting eyes cannot support a pipeline attached to a valve/actuator assembly and must not be used for this kind of lifting. The size 100 actuator has two diagonally installed lifting eyes (key 70, figures 3, 4, and 5). When lifting the actuator, always apply a load along the plane of the lifting eye instead of at an angle to the lifting eye.


Type 585 and 585R Table 2. Type 585 Size 100 Actuator Thrust Capabilities, Metric Units (1) Spring p g Actuator Th Thrust t Spring Stem At Zero Rate Rate, Travel,, Travel, N/mm mm N

Spring p g Th Thrust t F ll At Full Travel, N

Net Thrust for Type 585 Actuator with Valve Stem Fully Extended at Full Travel Supply Pressure, Bar 2.8

3.4

4.1

4.8

5.5

6.2

6.9

7.6

8.3

9.0

9.6

10.3

Spring Part Number

N 20,415 24,785 29,890 34,995 40,095 45,200 50,305 55,405 60,510 65,615 69,985

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Spring not used

0.0

All

0

0

91.9

19.0 29.0 38.0 51.0 64.0 76.0 89.0 102.0

1755 1755 1755 1755 1755 1755 1755 1755

3500 4420 5245 6440 7635 8740 9935 11,130

16,910 15,990 15,165 13,970 12,775 11,675 10,480 9285

21,285 20,365 19,540 18,345 17,150 16,045 14,855 13,660

26,390 25,470 24645 23,450 22,255 21,150 19,955 18,760

31,490 30,575 29,745 28,550 27,355 26,255 25,060 23,865

36,595 35,675 34,850 33,655 32,460 31,355 30,160 28,970

41,700 40,780 39,950 38,760 37,565 36,460 35,265 34,070

46,800 45,885 45,055 43,860 42,665 41,565 40.370 39,175

51,905 50,085 50,160 48,965 47,770 46,665 45,470 44,275

57,010 56,090 55,260 54,065 52,875 51,770 50,575 49,380

62,110 61,190 60,365 59,170 57,975 56,875 55,680 54,485

66,485 65,565 64,740 63,545 62,350 61,245 60,050 58,860

--70,670 69,845 68,650 10B7622X012 67,455 66,350 65,155 63,960

183.8

19.0 29.0 38.0 51.0 64.0 76.0 89.0 102.0

3510 3510 3510 3510 3510 3510 3510 3510

7005 8840 10,495 12,885 15,275 17,480 19,870 22,260

13,410 11,570 9920 7530 5140 2935 545

17,785 15,945 14,290 11,905 9515 7310 4920 12530

22,885 21,050 19,395 17,005 14,615 12,410 10,020 7630

27,990 26,155 24,500 22,110 19,720 17,515 15,125 12,735

33,095 31,255 29,600 27,210 24,825 22,815 20,230 17,840

38,195 36,360 34,705 32,315 29,925 27,720 25,330 22,940

43,300 41,460 39,810 37,420 35,030 32,825 30,435 28,045

48,405 46,565 44,910 42,520 40,135 37,925 35,540 33,150

53,505 51,670 50,015 47,625 45,235 43,030 40,640 38,250

58,610 56,770 55,120 52,730 50,340 48,135 45,745 43,355

62,985 61,145 59,490 57,105 54,715 52,510 50,120 47,730

68,085 66,250 64,595 62,205 10B7621X012 59,815 57,610 55,220 52,830

275.6

19.0 29.0 38.0 51.0 64.0 76.0 89.0 102.0

5265 5265 5265 5265 5265 5265 5265 5265

10,500 13,255 15,735 19,320 22,900 26,210 29,790 33,375

9910 14,285 19,390 24,495 29,595 7155 11,530 16,635 21,735 26,840 4675 9050 14,155 19,255 24,360 1095 5465 10,570 15,675 20,775 1885 6990 12,090 17,195 3680 8785 13,885 100 5200 10,305 1620 6720

34,700 31,945 29,465 25,880 22,300 18,990 15,410 11,825

39,805 37,345 34,565 30,985 27,401 24,095 20,510 16,930

44,905 42,150 39,670 36,085 32,505 29,195 25,615 22,030

50,010 47,255 44,775 41,190 37,605 34,300 30,715 27,135

55,110 52,355 49,875 46,295 42,710 39,405 35,820 32,240

59,485 56,730 54,250 50,665 47,085 43,775 40,195 36,610

64,590 61,835 58,355 10B7622X012 55,770 & 52,190 10B7621X012 48,880 45,300 41,715

Shaded areas indicate where the listed supply pressure is not sufficient to overcome the opposing bias spring effect. 1. Maximum allowable thrust 71,610 N

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Type 585 and 585R Table 3. Type 585 Size 100 Actuator Thrust Capabilities, U.S. Units (1) Spring p g Actuator Th Thrust t Spring Stem At Zero Rate Rate, Travel,, Travel, Lb/in Inches I h Pounds 0 All 0

Spring p g Net Thrust for Type 585 Actuator with Valve Stem Fully Extended at Full Travel Th Thrust t Supply Pressure, Psig F ll At Full 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 Travel, Pounds Pounds 0 4520 5650 6780 7910 9040 10,170 11,300 12,430 13,560 14,690 15,820 ---

Spring Part Number Spring not used

525

3/4 1-1/8 1-1/2 2 2-1/2 3 3-1/2 4

395 395 395 395 395 395 395 395

790 985 1180 1445 1705 1970 2230 2495

3735 3535 3340 3075 2815 2550 2290 2025

4865 4665 4470 4205 3945 3680 3420 3155

5995 5795 5600 5335 5075 4810 4550 4285

7125 6925 6730 6465 6205 5940 5680 5415

8255 8055 7860 7595 7335 7070 6810 6545

9385 10,515 11,645 12,775 13,905 15,035 --9185 10,315 11,445 12,575 13,705 14,835 15,965 8990 10,120 11,250 12,380 13,510 14,640 15,770 8725 9855 10,985 12,115 13,245 14,375 15,505 8465 9595 10,725 11,855 12,985 14,115 15,245 8200 9330 10,460 11,590 12,720 13,850 14,980 7940 9070 10,200 11,330 12,460 13,590 14,720 7675 8805 9935 11,065 12,195 13,325 14,455

10B7622X012

1050

3/4 1-1/8 1-1/2 2 2-1/2 3 3-1/2 4

790 790 790 790 790 790 790 790

1575 1970 2365 2890 3415 3940 4465 4990

2945 2550 2160 1635 1110 585 60

4075 3680 3290 2765 2240 1715 1190 665

5205 4810 4420 3895 3370 2845 2320 1795

6335 5940 5550 5025 4500 3975 3450 2925

7465 7070 6680 6155 5630 5105 4580 4055

8595 8200 7810 7285 6760 6235 5710 5185

9725 10,855 11,985 13,115 14,245 15,375 9330 10,460 11,590 12,720 13,850 14,980 8940 10,070 11,200 12,330 13,460 14,590 8415 9545 10,675 11,805 12,935 14,065 7890 9020 10,150 11,280 12,410 13,540 7365 8495 9625 10,755 11,885 13,015 6840 7970 9100 10,230 11,360 12,490 6315 7445 8575 9705 10,835 11,965

10B7621X012

1575

3/4 1-1/8 1-1/2 2 2-1/2 3 3-1/2 4

1180 1180 1180 1180 1180 1180 1180 1180

2365 2955 3545 4330 5120 5905 6695 7480

2160 1565 975 190

3250 2695 2105 1320 530

4420 3825 3235 2450 1660 875 85

5550 4955 4365 3580 2790 2005 1215 430

6680 6085 5495 4710 3920 3135 2345 1560

7810 7215 6625 5840 5050 4265 3475 2690

8940 10,070 11,200 12,330 13,460 14,590 8345 9475 10,605 11,735 12,865 13,995 7755 8885 10,015 11,145 12,275 13,405 6970 8100 9230 10,360 11,490 12,620 6180 7310 8440 9570 10,700 11,830 5395 6525 7655 8785 9915 11,045 4605 5735 6865 7995 9125 10,255 3820 4950 6080 7210 8340 9470

10B7622X012 & 10B7621X012

Shaded areas indicate where the listed supply pressure is not sufficient to overcome the opposing bias spring effect. 1. Maximum allowable thrust 16,100 lbf.

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Type 585 and 585R Table 4. Type 585R Size 100 Actuator Thrust Capabilities, Metric Units (1) Spring p g Actuator Th Thrust t Spring Stem At Zero Rate Rate, Travel,, Travel, N/mm mm N

Spring p g Th Thrust t F ll At Full Travel, N

Net Thrust for Type 585R Actuator with Valve Stem Fully Extended at Full Travel Supply Pressure, Bar 2.8

3.4

4.1

4.8

5.5

6.2

6.9

7.6

8.3

9.0

9.6

10.3

Spring Part Number

N 20,415 24,785 29,890 34,995 40,095 45,200 50,305 55,405 60,510 65,615 69,985

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Spring not used

4080 5000 5825 7020 8215 9320 10,515 11,710

16,330 15,415 14,585 13,390 12,195 11,095 9900 8705

20,705 19,790 18,960 17,766 16,570 15,470 14,275 13,080

25,810 24,890 24,065 22,870 21,675 20,570 19,375 18,180

30,915 29,995 29,165 27,970 26,780 25,675 24,480 23,285

36,015 35,095 34,270 33,075 31,880 30,780 29,585 28,390

41,120 40,200 39,375 38,180 36,985 35,880 34,685 33,490

46,225 45,305 44,475 43,280 42,085 40,985 39,790 38,595

51,325 50,405 49,580 48,385 47,190 46,090 44,895 43,700

56,430 55,510 54,685 53,490 52,295 51,190 49,995 48,800

61,530 60,615 59,785 58,590 57,395 56,295 55,100 53,905

64,760 63,720 63,005 61,850 60,670 59,515 58,335 57,180

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10B7622X012

4670 4670 4670 4670 4670 4670 4670 4670

8160 10,000 11,655 14,040 16,430 18,635 21,025 23,415

12,250 10,415 8760 6370 3980 1775

16,625 14,790 13,135 10,745 8355 6150 3760 1370

21,730 19,890 18,235 15,850 13,460 11,255 8865 6475

26,835 24,995 23,340 20,950 18,560 16,355 13,965 11,575

31,935 30,100 28,445 26,055 23,665 21,460 19,070 16,680

37,040 35,200 33,545 31,160 28,770 26,565 24,175 21,785

42,140 40,305 38,650 36,260 33,870 31,665 29,275 26,885

47,245 45,410 43,755 41,365 38,975 36,770 34,380 31,990

52,350 50,510 48,855 46,465 44,080 41,870 39,485 37,095

57,450 55,615 53,960 51,570 49,180 46,975 44,585 42,195

58,670 56,935 55,175 52,840 50,505 48,170 45,835 43,500

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10B7621X012

275.6

19.0 29.0 38.0 51.0 64.0 76.0 89.0 102.0

7000 7000 7000 7000 7000 7000 7000 7000

12,235 14,995 17,475 21,055 24,640 27,945 31,530 35,110

8175 12,550 17,655 22,755 5420 9795 14,900 20,000 2940 7315 12,415 17,520 3730 8835 13,940 150 5250 10,355 1945 7050 3465

27,860 25,105 22,625 19,040 15,460 12,150 8570 4985

32,965 30,205 27,725 24,145 20,560 17,255 13,670 10,090

38,065 35,310 32,830 29,245 25,665 22,355 18,775 15,190

43,170 40,415 37,935 34,350 30,770 27,460 23,880 20,295

48,275 45,515 43,035 39,455 35,870 32,565 28,980 25,400

52,085 49,460 46,815 43,325 39,810 36,320 32,805 29,310

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10B7622X012 & 10B7621X012

275.6 (with spring stop)

38.0 51.0 64.0 76.0 89.0

10520 10520 10520 10520 10520

21,015 24,530 28,020 31,535 35,025

9130 14,155 19,185 24,210 5625 10,650 15,675 20,705 2125 7150 12,175 17,205 3645 8670 13,700 145 5170 10,195

29,235 25,730 22,230 18,725 15,225

34,260 30,755 27,255 23,750 20,250

39,290 35,785 32,285 28,775 25,275

44,315 40,810 37,310 33,805 30,305

49,340 45,835 42,335 38,830 35,330

0.0

All

0

0

91.9

19.0 29.0 38.0 51.0 64.0 76.0 89.0 102.0

2335 2335 2335 2335 2335 2335 2335 2335

183.8

19.0 29.0 38.0 51.0 64.0 76.0 89.0 102.0

4105 600

54,370 50,865 10B7622X012 & 47,360 43,855 10B7621X012 40,355

Shaded areas indicate where the listed supply pressure is not sufficient to overcome the opposing bias spring effect. 1. Maximum allowable thrust 71,610 N

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Type 585 and 585R Table 5. Type 585R Size 100 Actuator Thrust Capabilities, U.S. Units (1) Spring p g Actuator Th Thrust t Spring Stem At Zero Rate Rate, Travel,, Travel, Lb/in Inches I h Pounds 0 All 0

Spring p g Net Thrust for Type 585R Actuator with Valve Stem Fully Extended at Full Travel Th Thrust t Supply Pressure, Psig F ll At Full 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 Travel, Pounds Pounds 0 4520 5650 6780 7910 9040 10,170 11,300 12,430 13,560 14,690 15,820 ---

Spring Part Number Spring not used

525

3/4 1-1/8 1-1/2 2 2-1/2 3 3-1/2 4

525 525 525 525 525 525 525 525

920 1155 1315 1575 1840 2100 2365 2625

3600 3405 3210 2945 2685 2420 2160 1895

4730 4535 4340 4075 3815 3550 3290 3025

5860 5665 5470 5205 4945 4680 4420 4155

6990 6795 6600 6335 6075 5810 5550 5285

8120 7925 7730 7465 7205 6940 6680 6415

9250 10,380 11,510 12,640 13,770 14,560 9055 10,185 11,315 12,445 13,575 14,325 8860 9990 11,120 12,250 13,380 14,165 8595 9725 10,855 11,985 13,115 13,905 8335 9465 10,595 11,725 12,855 13,640 8070 9200 10,330 11,460 12,590 13,380 7810 8940 10,070 11,200 12,330 13,115 7545 8675 9805 10,935 12,065 12,855

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10B7622X012

1050

3/4 1-1/8 1-1/2 2 2-1/2 3 3-1/2 4

1050 1050 1050 1050 1050 1050 1050 1050

1840 2230 2625 3150 3675 4200 4725 5250

2685 2290 1895 1370 845 320

3815 3420 3025 2500 1975 1450 925 400

4945 4550 4155 3630 3105 2580 2055 1530

6075 5680 5285 4760 4235 3710 3185 2660

7205 6810 6415 5890 5365 4840 4315 3790

8335 7940 7545 7020 6495 5970 5445 4920

9465 10,595 11,725 12,855 13,190 9070 10,200 11,330 12,460 12,800 8875 9805 10,935 12,065 12,405 8150 9280 10,410 11,540 11,880 7625 8755 9885 11,015 11,355 7100 8230 9360 10490 10,830 6575 7705 8835 9965 10,305 6050 7180 8310 9440 9780

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10B7621X012

1575

3/4 1-1/8 1-1/2 2 2-1/2 3 3-1/2 4

1575 1575 1575 1575 1575 1575 1575 1575

2755 3345 3940 4725 5515 6300 7090 7875

1765 2895 4025 1175 2305 3435 585 1715 2845 925 2055 140 1270 480

5155 4565 3975 3185 2400 1610 825 35

6285 5695 5105 4315 3530 2740 1955 1165

7415 6825 6235 5445 4660 3870 3086 2295

8545 7955 7365 6575 5790 5000 4215 3425

9675 10,805 11,710 9085 10,215 11,120 8495 9625 10,525 7705 8835 9740 6920 8050 8950 6130 7260 8165 5345 6475 7375 4555 5685 6590

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10B7622X012 & 10B7621X012

1575 (with spring stop)

1-1/2 2 2-1/2 3 3-1/2

2365 2365 2365 2365 2365

4725 5515 6300 7090 7875

920 2050 135 1265 475

3180 2395 1605 820 30

4310 3525 2735 1950 1160

5440 4655 3865 3080 2290

6570 5785 4995 4210 3420

7700 6915 6125 5340 4550

8830 8045 7255 6470 5680

9960 9175 8385 7600 6810

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11090 12220 10305 11435 9515 10645 8730 9860 7940 9070

10B7622X012 & 10B7621X012

Shaded areas indicate where the listed supply pressure is not sufficient to overcome the opposing bias spring effect. 1. Maximum allowable thrust 16,100 lbf.

Actuator Mounting The following procedure describes how to mount a Type 585 or 585R actuator on either a push-to-close or push-to-open valve so that the piston stem and valve plug stem thread engagement allow full travel and proper shutoff. Key numbers referenced in the following steps are shown in figure 3 or 5 for the Type 585 actuator and in figure 4 for the Type 585R actuator. 1. If not already removed, remove the front yoke cover screws, front yoke cover, and stem connector assembly (keys 22, 20, and 15). For an actuator without springs, the anti-rotator arm (key 75) is fastened to the stem connector assembly with two cap screws. Remove the anti-rotator arm with the stem connector assembly. 2. Thread the stem connector nuts (key 16) onto the valve stem, and run the nuts to the bottom of the valve stem threads. 3. Push the valve plug stem as follows: D Until the valve plug is closed for push-to-close valve plug action, or

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D Until the valve plug is fully open for push-to-open valve plug action. 4. Place the actuator on the bonnet of the valve and secure the actuator tightly to the bonnet with the yoke locknut, or with the actuator mounting cap screws (or studs and hex nuts) for an actuator with 127 mm (5-inch) yoke boss.

CAUTION Do not clamp just the tip of either the valve plug stem or the piston stem in the stem connector. Incomplete engagement of either or both may result in stripped threads or improper operation. Be sure that the length of each stem clamped in the stem connector assembly is equal to or greater than the diameter of that stem. In the following procedure, do not rotate the valve plug while it is seated since this may cause damage to the seating surface and thereby allow excessive leakage. Also, during adjustment, use


Type 585 and 585R tools carefully to avoid damaging the valve plug stem. A damaged valve plug stem could cut the packing and allow leakage. 5. Perform one of the following procedures (a, b, c, or d as appropriate): a. For a Type 585 actuator (figure 3 or 5) with push-to-close valve, apply pressure to the 1/4-inch NPT connection in the cylinder cover (key 3) until the piston (key 5) and piston stem (key 12) move down the specified travel. Secure the piston stem to the valve plug stem, with the stem connector assembly (key 15) clamped only finger-tight to allow adjustment. For an actuator without springs, fasten the anti-rotator arm (key 75) to the stem connector assembly (key 15) using two cap screws. Make certain the end of the anti-rotator arm fits into the groove of the anti-rotator bracket (key 74). Reduce cylinder pressure just enough to move the valve plug off the seat. Tighten the stem connector nuts (key 16) together, and use a wrench on these nuts to screw the valve plug stem into or out of the stem connector assembly for final travel adjustment. b. For a Type 585 actuator (figure 3 or 5) with push-to-open valve, manually move the valve plug to the seated position. Secure the piston stem (key 12) to the valve plug stem, with the stem connector assembly (key 15) clamped only finger-tight to allow adjustment. For an actuator without springs, fasten the anti-rotator arm (key 75) to the stem connector assembly (key 15) using two cap screws. Make certain the end of the anti-rotator arm fits into the groove of the anti-rotator bracket (key 74). Apply pressure to the 1/4-inch NPT connection in the cylinder cover (key 3) just enough to move the valve plug off the seat. Tighten the stem connector nuts (key 16) together, and use a wrench on these nuts to screw the valve plug stem two full turns into the stem connector assembly. c. For a Type 585R actuator (figure 4) with push-to-close valve, secure the piston stem (key 12) to the valve plug stem, with the stem connector assembly (key 15) clamped only finger-tight to allow adjustment. Apply pressure to the 1/4-inch NPT connection in the yoke (key 1) just enough to move the valve plug off the seat. Tighten the stem connector nuts (key 16) together, and use a wrench on these nuts to unscrew the valve plug stem two full turns out of the stem connector assembly. d. For a Type 585R actuator (figure 4) with push-to-open valve, apply pressure to the 1/4-inch NPT connection in the yoke (key 1) until the travel stop spacer (key 27) contacts the cylinder cover (key 3). Manually move the valve plug to the seated

position and secure the piston stem (key 12) to the valve plug stem, with the stem connector assembly (key 15) clamped only finger-tight to allow adjustment. Reduce cylinder pressure just enough to move the valve plug off the seat. Tighten the stem connector nuts (key 16) together, and use a wrench on these nuts to screw the valve plug stem two full turns into the stem connector assembly. 6. Tighten the two cap screws in the stem connector assembly (key 15). For an actuator without springs, make certain the end of the anti-rotator arm (key 75) fits into the groove of the anti-rotator bracket (key 74). 7. Tighten the stem connector nuts (key 16) against the stem connector assembly. 8. Cycle the actuator several times to check for proper operation. 9. Install the front yoke cover (key 20) and secure it with the front yoke cover screws (key 22).

Note In the following step, make sure the correct travel indicator scale (key 21) is used per the Parts List for the desired travel and valve action. 10. If necessary, reposition the travel indicator scale (key 21) so that the scale arrow points in the same direction as “opening� valve plug travel. Remove the travel indicator scale screws (key 23). Position the scale with the OPEN mark, CLOSED mark, or arrow in the proper direction. Adjust the scale up or down so that the appropriate OPEN mark, CLOSED mark, or arrow part lines up with the red pin on the stem bracket assembly (key 13) showing through the scale slot. Secure the scale with the scale screws.

Accessory Mounting and Connections Key numbers referenced in this procedure are shown in figures 3 through 5 unless otherwise indicated. A Type 585 or 585R actuator normally comes from the factory with a positioner or solenoid valve installed. However, if either a positioner or solenoid valve must be field-installed, then install the appropriate tubing into the 1/4-inch NPT connections in the cylinder cover and yoke (keys 3 and 1). With a positioner, also remove the blanking plate screws and blanking plate (keys 25 and 24) and install the positioner according to the appropriate instruction manual.

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Type 585 and 585R A Type 585 or 585R actuator may come from the factory with a Type 304, 4200 Series, GO Series, or other accessory installed. If such an accessory must be field-installed, remove the back yoke cover screws (key 22) and the back yoke cover (key 18). Then refer to figure 2 while performing one of the following procedures. Also refer to the appropriate accessory instruction manual, if necessary. 1. For a 4200 Series accessory, position the adaptor plate on the actuator stem bracket assembly (key 13) and secure with the mounting screws. Then guide the pickup pin into the adaptor plate slot while installing the accessory mounting plate on the actuator yoke.

Note In the above procedure, the adaptor plate must be correctly positioned on the stem bracket assembly index mark to provide the proper travel feedback. Be sure to use the correct adaptor plate indent number according to the figure 2 information. If 19 through 51 mm (3/4 through 2-inches) of travel is required, rotate the adaptor plate 180 degrees from the position shown in figure 2 so that indents 1 through 4 may be positioned on the stem bracket assembly index mark. 2. For a Type 304 or GO Series switch, turn the operating arm screw into hole 1, 2, 3, or 4 of the actuator stem bracket assembly (key 13) according to figure 2. Then, guide the operating arm onto the operating arm screw while installing the accessory mounting plate on the actuator yoke.

Maintenance Actuator parts are subject to normal wear and must be inspected and replaced as necessary. The frequency of inspection and replacement depends on the severity of service conditions. This section provides procedures for replacing seals, changing action, and changing the bias spring(s).

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WARNING Avoid personal injury from sudden release of process pressure. Before performing any maintenance operations: D Always wear protective gloves, clothing, and eyewear when performing any maintenance operations to avoid personal injury. D Disconnect any operating lines providing air pressure, electric power, or a control signal to the actuator. Be sure the actuator cannot suddenly open or close the valve. D Use bypass valves or completely shut off the process to isolate the valve from process pressure. Relieve process pressure on both sides of the valve. Drain the process media from both sides of the valve. D Vent the power actuator loading pressure and release all bias spring compression force by slowly unscrewing the cylinder cover bolting in a crisscross pattern. D Use lock-out procedures to be sure that the above measures stay in effect while you work on the equipment. D The valve packing box may contain process fluids that are pressurized, even when the valve has been removed from the pipeline. Process fluids may spray out under pressure when removing the packing hardware or packing rings, or when loosening the packing box pipe plug. Key numbers are referenced in figure 3 for a Type 585 actuator with springs, in figure 4 for a Type 585R actuator, and in figure 5 for a Type 585 actuator without springs. Isolate the control valve from the line pressure, release pressure from both sides of the valve body, and drain the process media from both sides of the valve. Shut-off all pressure lines to the power actuator, release all pressure from the actuator, and release all bias spring compression force by slowly unscrewing the cylinder cover bolting in a crisscross pattern. Use lock-out procedures to be sure that the above measures stay in effect while you work on the equipment.


Type 585 and 585R TRAVEL

HOLE NO NO. 1 2 3 4

mm

Inches

29 or less 38 to 51 64 to 229 89 to 102

1-1/8 or less 1-1/2 to 2 2-1/2 to 3 3-1/2 to 4

TYPE 304 OR GO PROXIMITY SWITCH ON TYPE 585 OR 585R ACTUATOR

INDENT NUMBER

B2273–1/IL

TRAVEL mm

Inches

1 2 3 4

19 29 38 51

3/4 1-1/8 1-1/2 2

5 6 7 8

64 76 89 102

2-1/2 3 3-1/2 4

4200 SERIES TRANSMITTERS ON TYPE 585 OR 585R ACTUATOR

Figure 2. 4200 Series or 304/GO Series Accessory Mounting.

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Type 585 and 585R 1. Remove the cylinder pressure piping. 2. While carefully allowing bias spring precompression to be slowly released, remove the lifting eyes, cylinder stud nuts, and cylinder cover (keys 70, 34, and 3) from the cylinder studs (key 4). 3. Remove the cylinder (key 2). 4. Inspect the piston and cylinder O-rings (key 7). Replace these parts as necessary. If the only other maintenance to be performed is replacement of the piston and/or cylinder O-rings, skip to step 10 of this procedure. Note Type 585 actuators may be used with or without bias springs. In the following procedures, references are made to the bias springs. If the bias springs are not used, disregard references to them when performing the maintenance procedures. 5. For a Type 585R actuator only (figure 4), remove the bias spring(s) (key 8 and/or key 9). 6. Perform one of the following disassembly procedures (a or b as appropriate): a. For a Type 585 actuator (figure 3 or 5), remove the piston cap screw (key 19), piston washer (key 73), spring stop (if used) (key 77), piston (key 5), and bias spring(s) (key 8 and/or key 9). For all actuators except those with 102 mm (4-inches) travel, also remove the travel stop spacer (key 27). b. For a Type 585R actuator (figure 4), remove the piston cap screw, piston washer, and piston (keys 19, 73, and 5). For all actuators except those with 102 mm (4-inches) travel, also remove the travel stop spacer (key 27) from the piston. 7. If you need to inspect or replace the piston stem, O-ring, or bearing (key 10 or 11), perform steps 8 through 11. Otherwise skip to step 12, being sure to comply with the note preceding step 12. 8. Loosen the two cap screws in the stem connector assembly (key 15) and remove it. For an actuator without springs, the anti-rotator arm (key 75) is fastened to the stem connector assembly with two cap screws. Remove the anti-rotator arm with the stem connector assembly. Separate the piston stem (key 12) from the valve plug stem if the actuator is mounted on a valve. 9. Loosen the stem bracket retainer set screw (key 51). Remove the stem connector spacers and washers (keys 71 and 72) and the stem bracket retainer and stem bracket assembly (keys 14 and 13).

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10. To inspect the piston stem bearing or piston stem O-ring (key 11 or 10), remove the piston stem (key 12) from the yoke (key 1). Replace these parts if necessary, applying Lubriplate MAG-1 lubricant (key 32) or equivalent to the replacement O-ring or bushing and installing them into the yoke. 11. Install the piston stem through the yoke and slip the stem connector washers and spacers (keys 72 and 71) over the male threaded end of the piston stem. Slide the stem bracket assembly (key 13) onto the piston stem (key 12) and align it parallel to the back yoke cover (key 18). Install the stem bracket retainer (key 14) and tighten to 26 NSm (20 lbfSft). Tighten the stem bracket retainer set screw (key 51) to keep the stem bracket retainer tightly threaded. Note Make certain the travel indicator scale (key 21) correctly matches the travel stop (key 27) and valve action per the Parts List. 12. To achieve the desired construction (either a direct-acting Type 585 actuator or a reverse-acting Type 585R actuator), perform one of the following assembly procedures (a or b as appropriate): a. For a Type 585 actuator (figure 3 or 5), center the smaller bias spring (key 8 per table 2 or 3) around the piston stem (key 12). If used per table 2 or 3, center the larger bias spring (key 9) around the smaller bias spring. For all actuators except those with 102 mm (4-inches) travel, put the travel stop spacer (key 27) onto the piston stem. Then put the piston (key 5) onto the travel stop spacer or piston stem and put the piston washer (key 73) and spring stop, if used, (key 77) onto the piston. Apply Lubriplate MAG-1 lubricant (key 32) or equivalent to the threads of the piston cap screw (key 19). Insert the piston cap screw through the piston washer, piston, and travel stop spacer, if used, and into the piston stem. Tighten the piston cap screw to 610 NSm (450 lbfSft) of torque. b. For a Type 585R actuator (figure 4), put the piston (key 5) and spring stop (key 77) onto the piston stem. For all actuators except those with 102 mm (4-inches) travel, put the travel stop spacer (key 27) onto the piston. Then put the piston washer (key 73) onto the travel stop spacer or piston. Apply Lubriplate MAG-1 lubricant (key 32) or equivalent to the threads of the piston cap screw (key 19). Insert the piston cap screw through the piston washer, travel stop spacer if used, and piston and into the piston stem. Tighten the piston cap screw to 610 NSm (450 lbfSft) of torque. 13. For a Type 585R actuator only (figure 4), center the smaller bias spring (key 8 per table 4 or 5) around


Type 585 and 585R the piston stem. If used per table 4 or 5, center the larger bias spring (key 9) around the smaller bias spring.

Parts List

14. Install the piston O-ring (key 7), if it was removed from the piston, and the bottom cylinder O-ring (key 7), if it was removed from the yoke (key 1). Apply Lubriplate MAG-1 lubricant (key 32) or equivalent to the wall of the cylinder (key 2) and carefully slide the cylinder over the piston O-ring. Square the cylinder in place around the bottom cylinder O-ring.

Common Parts for Type 585 and 585R Size 100 Actuators (figures 3 through 5)

15. Install the top cylinder O-ring (key 7) onto the cylinder cover (key 3). Put the cylinder cover squarely onto the cylinder, lining up the cover holes with the yoke holes. Be sure that the pressure connection in the cylinder cover is located on the same side as the pressure connection in the yoke.

Note When placing the cylinder cover onto the cylinder and torquing down the cylinder cap screws or nuts, be sure to keep the cylinder cover square and aligned with the top of the yoke. 16. Lubricate the cylinder studs (key 4) with Lubriplate MAG-1 lubricant (key 32) or equivalent. Install the cylinder stud nuts (key 34) while alternately tightening each cylinder stud nut to a torque of 570 NSm (420 lbfSft). Then install the lifting eyes (key 70) diagonally across from each other on two of the cylinder stud nuts until secure against the stud nuts. 17. If the actuator will be mounted on a valve, perform the appropriate actuator mounting procedure. Otherwise, for actuators without springs, fasten the anti-rotator arm (key 75) to the stem connector assembly (key 15) if the anti-rotator arm was removed. Then, install the stem connector assembly and tighten its two cap screws. For an actuator without springs, make certain the end of the anti-rotator arm (key 75) fits into the groove of the anti-rotator bracket (key 74). Install the stem connector nuts (key 16), and tighten these nuts against the stem connector assembly.

Parts Ordering When corresponding with your Fisher sales office about this equipment, refer to the serial number found on the actuator nameplate (key 28, figures 3 through 5). Also, specify the complete 11-character part number from the following parts list when ordering replacement parts.

*Recommended spare parts

Key 1 2 3 4 5 7* 8 9 10* 11* 12 13 14 15 16 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 27

28 29 31 32 34 51 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77

Description Part Number Yoke, cast iron Cylinder, ENC steel Cylinder Cover cast iron Cylinder Stud Piston, aluminum Piston O-Ring, nitrile (3 req’d) 1D4520X0032 Bias Spring, steel (see tables 3 through 4 for use) Red color code Bias Spring, steel (see tables 3 through 4 for use) White color code Piston Stem O-Ring, nitrile 1H862706992 Piston Stem Bearing, nylon 10B7632X012 Piston Stem, HT ENC 416 stainless steel Stem Bracket Assembly, pl steel Stem Bracket Retainer, pl carbon steel Stem Connector Assembly, zn pl steel Stem Connector Nut, zn pl steel (2 req’d) Back Yoke Cover, pl steel (used only when accessory not mounted on actuator) Piston Cap Screw, pl steel Front Yoke Cover, pl steel Travel Indicator Scale, 18-8 stainless steel 19 mm (3/4-inch) stem travel 29 mm (1-1/8 inch) stem travel 38 mm (1-1/2 inch) stem travel 51 mm (2-inch) stem travel 64 mm (2-1/2 inch) stem travel 76 mm (3-inch) stem travel 89 mm (3-1/2 inch) stem travel 102 mm (4-inch) stem travel Yoke Cover Screw, stainless steel Travel Indicator Scale Screw, Blanking Plate (not used on actuator w/positioner), Zn pl steel Blanking Plate Screw (not used on actuator w/positioner), stainless steel (4 req’d) Travel Stop Spacer 19 mm (3/4-inch) stem travel 29 mm (1-1/8 inch) stem travel 38 mm (1-1/2 inch) stem travel 51 mm (2-inch) stem travel 64 mm (2-1/2 inch) stem travel 76 mm (3-inch) stem travel 89 mm (3-1/2 inch) stem travel Nameplate, stainless steel Drive Screw, stainless steel (6 req’d) Warning Tag, stainless steel Lubriplate MAG-1 Lubricant or equivalent Cylinder Stud Nut (4 req’d) Stem Bracket Retainer Set Screw, brass pl steel Loctite No. 242 Sealant or equivalent (not furnished with actuator) Lifting Eye, pl carbon steel (2 req’d) Stem Connector Spacer, Delrin (2 req’d) Stem Connector Washer, pl steel (3 req’d) Piston Washer, heat-treated 416 stainless steel Anti-rotator Bracket, zn pl steel Anti-rotator Arm, zn pl steel Cap Screw, steel Spring Stop, ENC steel

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Type 585 and 585R

PISTON/STEM ASSEMBLY FOR 102 mm (4ĆINCH) TRAVEL

VIEW OF FRONT YOKE COVER

VIEW A

A

APPLY LUB/SEALANT

WITHOUT SPRING STOP (KEY 77)

50B7652-D/IL

Figure 3. Type 585 Size 100 Actuator with Springs

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Type 585 and 585R

89mm (3Ć1/2 INCH) TRAVEL PISTON/ROD ASSEMBLY

VIEW OF FRONT YOKE COVER

VIEW A

A

APPLY LUB/SEALANT 51B1201-B/IL

WITH SPRING STOP (KEY 77)

Figure 3. Type 585 Size 100 Actuator with Springs (continued)

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Type 585 and 585R

PISTON/STEM ASSEMBLY FOR 102 mm (4ĆINCH) TRAVEL

VIEW OF FRONT YOKE COVER

VIEW A

A

APPLY LUB/SEALANT 50B7654-D/IL

WITHOUT SPRING STOP (KEY 77)

Figure 4. Type 585R Size 100 Actuator

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Type 585 and 585R

89 mm (3Ć1/2 INCH) TRAVEL PISTON/ROD ASSEMBLY

VIEW OF FRONT YOKE COVER

VIEW A

A

APPLY LUB/SEALANT 51B1203-B/IL

WITH SPRING STOP (KEY 77)

Figure 4. Type 585R Size 100 Actuator (continued)

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Type 585 and 585R

102mm (4 INCH) TRAVEL PISTON/ROD ASSEMBLY

VIEW OF FRONT YOKE COVER

VIEW A

A

APPLY LUB/SEALANT 51B0500-B/IL

Figure 5. Type 585 Size 100 Actuator without Springs and With Anti-Rotator Arm and Bracket

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585~585R Actuator Instruction Manual