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05603 - Manual for Hand Portable Carbon Dioxide Extinguishers

05603 - Manual for Hand Portable Carbon Dioxide Extinguishers

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OWNERS SERVICE MANUAL NO.

05603A

INSTALLATION, OPERATING AND SERVICING INSTRUCTIONS

for

AMEREX HAND PORTABLE CARBON DIOXIDE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS

MODEL 322 5 LB. MODEL330 10 LB.

MODEL 331 15 LB. MODEL 332 20 LB.

*** RECHARGE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS IMMEDIATELY AFTER ANY USE ***

All fire extinguishers should be installed, inspected and maintained in accordance with the National Fire Protection Association standard titled "Portable Fire Extinguishers", NFPA-1Q; and the requirements of local authorities having jurisdiction.

When maintenance is indicated, it should be performed by trained persons having proper equipment. Fire extinguishers are pressure vessels and must be treated with respect and handled with care. They are mechanical devices and require periodic maintenance to be sure that they are ready to operate properly and safely. Amerex strongly recommends that the maintenance of portable fire extinguishers be done by a trained professional - your local authorized Amerex Distributor.

Amerex Corp. makes original factory parts available to insure proper maintenance - use of substitute parts releases Amerex of its warranty obligations. Amerex parts have machined surfaces and threads which are manufactured to exacting tolerances. O-rings, hoses, nozzles, horns and all metal parts meet precise specifications and are subjected to multiple in-house inspections and tests for acceptability. There are substitute parts available which are incorrectly labeled as U/L component parts, some are advertised as Amerex type. None of these meet U/L requirements and all of them void the Amerex extinguisher warranty and U/L listing. DO NOT SUBSTITUTE.

REFERENCES IN THIS MANUAL:

AVAILABLE FROM:

NFPA-1Q

"PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS"

National Fire Protection Assoc., Inc. Batterymarch Park

Quincy, MA02269

CGAC-1

"METHODS FOR HYDROSTATIC TESTING OF COMPRESSED GAS CYLINDERS"

"STANDARD FOR VISUAL INSPECTION OF COMPRESSED GAS CYLINDERS"

Compressed Gas Association, Inc. 1235 Jefferson Davis Highway Suite 501

Arlington, VA 22202

CGAC-6

AMEREX CORP. * P. O. BOX 81 * TRUSSVILLE, ALABAMA 35173 PHONE 205-655-3271 * FAX 205-655-3279

Printed in U.SA

4/91

AMEREX CORPORATION DOES NOT SERVICE, MAINTAIN OR RECHARGE FIRE EXTI.NGUISHEAS. THIS MANUAL IS PUBLISHED AS A GUIDE TO ASSIST QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSoNf.JEL IN THE INSPECTION, MAINTENANCE AND RECHARGE OF AMEREX FIRE EXTINGUISHERS ONLY. NO INSTRUCTION MANUAL CAN ANTICIPATE ALL POSSIBLE MALFUNCTIONS THAT MAY BE ENCOUNTERED IN THE SERVICE OF FIRE EXTINGUISHERS. DUE Tp TfiE POSSIBILITY THAT PRIOR SERVICE PERFORMED ON THIS EQUIPMENT MAY HAVE BEEN IMPROPERLY DONE, IT IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT THAT ALL WARNINGS, CAUTIONS AND Notes IN THIS MANUAL BE CAREFULLY OBSERVED. FAILURE TO HEED THESE INSTRUCTIONS COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY.

AMEREX ASSUMES NO LIABILITY FOR SERVICE, MAINTENANCE OR RECHARGE OF FIRE EXTINGUISHERS BY PUBLISHING THIS MANUAL.

LIMITED WARRANTY:

Amerex warrants its fire extinouishers to be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of SIX (6) YEARS from the date of purchase. During the warranty period, any such defects will be repaired or the defective extinguisher replaced IF THE ORIGINAL GREY LOCKWIRE SEAL IS INTACT AND/OR IF ONLY FACTORY REPLACEMENT PARTS AND RECOMMENDED SERVICE EQUIPMENT HAVE BEEN USED TO SERVICE THE EXTINGUISHER. This warranty does not cover defects resulting from modification, alteration, misuse, exposure to unusually corrosive conditions nor improper installation or maintenance. ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, WARRANTIES OF FITNESS FOR PURPOSE AND MERCHANTABILITY, ARE LIMITED TO THE TIME PERIODS AS STATED ABOVE. IN NO EVENT SHALL AMEREX CORP. BE UABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so that the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. Amerex Corp. neither assumes nor authorizes any representative or other person to assume for it any obligation or liability other than as expressly set forth herein. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. To obtain performance of the obligation of this warranty, write to Amerex Corp., P.O. Box 81, Trussville, AL 35173 for instructions.

INSTALLATION

The layout of your facilities and particular hazards dictate the placement of fire extinguishers. NFPA-l0 (1-6.9) recom":Jends that hand portable extinguishers with a gross weight less than 40 Ibs. be hung with the top of the extinguisher not more than 5 ft. (1.53 m) above the floor. Extinguishers having a gross weight greater than 40 Ibs. (18.14 kg) should be installed so that the top of the extinguisher is not more than 3 1/2 ft. (1.07 m) above the floor. All extinguishers should be in an accessible location and near an exit. Never install the extinguisher in a location where a potential hazard would prevent easy access.

The op~rationaJ tempera~ure span is - 40°F. to + 120°F. (- 40°C. to + 60°C.) Consideration should be given to pn?tectlon of the ~xtlngUlsh~r if temperatures outside of this range are anticipated. Never throw an extinguisher into a fire because rapid heat buildup could cause pressure expansion and exceed the limitations of the cylinder.

DO NOT FUNCTI.ON~L~ Y TEST THIS FIRE .EXTIN~UISHER. (Testing or any use may cause the extinguisher to gradually lose extinguishing agent over a period of time and make the extlnqulshsr ineffective).

OPERATION

WARNING:

CARBON DIOXIDE EXTINGUISHES BY DILUTING THE SURROUNDING ATMOSPHERE WITH INERT GAS KEEPING THE OXYGEN LEVEL BELOW THE PERCENTAGE REQUIRED FOR COMBUSTION. WHEN IT IS USED IN AN UNVENTILATED SPACE, SUCH AS A SMALL ROOM, CLOSET OR OTHER CONFINED AREA, PROLONGED OCCUPANCY OF THAT SPACE CAN RESULT IN LOSS OF CONSCIOUSNESS DUE TO OXYGEN DEFICIENCY.

AVOID SKIN CONTACT - C02 IS EXTREMELY COLD AND COULD CAUSE BURNS OR FROSTBITE.

CAUTION:

Persons eXl?ect~d t~ use this. extin,~uisher s~oul.d. be trained in initiating its operation and in th~ proper fIre flghtmg techmque. Hands on training will prepare personnel with the feel for this extinguisher so that the most effective application can be utilized in an emergency situation. The basic operating instructions are contained in the pictogram portion of every extinguisher nameplate (label). The following elaborates on these instructions.

1.

1.

REMOVE EXTINGUISHER FROM WALL HANGER OR VEHICLE BRACKET AND MOVE IT TO WITHIN APPROXIMATELY 6 FEET (5 LB.), 10 FT. (10, 15 OR 20 LB.) OF THE FIRE SITE.

2.

HOLD THE EXTINGUISHER UPRIGHT, TWIST AND PULL RING (SAFETY) PIN.

3.

5 LB. SIZE ~ START BACK 6 FT. FROM THE FIRE AND AIM HORN AT BASE OF FIRE NEAREST YOU (DO NOT HOLD HORN OR SWIVEL DISCHARGE TUBE AS COLD BURN COULD OCCUR).

10, 15,20 LB. SIZE - START SACK 10 FT. FROM THE FIRE AND AIM HORN AT BASE OF THE FIRE NEAREST YOU (HOLD HORN AT BASE HAND GRIP ONLYGRASPING THE HORN COULD CAUSE COLD BURN).

4.

KEEPING THE EXTINGUISHER UPRIGHT SQUEEZE THE LEVER TO

DISCHARGE. SWEEP SIDE TO SIDE ACROSS THE BASE OF THE FIRE AND PAST BOTH EDGES. PROGRESSIVELY FOLLOW UP UNTIL THE FIRE IS EXTINGUISHED. WORK THE FIRE AWAY FROM YOU WHILE BEING ALERT FOR FLASHBACKS. MOVE CLOSER AS THE FIRE IS EXTINGUISHED BUT NOT SO CLOSE AS TO SCAlTER OR SPLASH THE BURNING MATERIAL.

5.

WHEN THE FIRE IS OUT, RELEASE THE VALVE LEVER TO STOP DISCHARGE. STAND BY AND WATCH FOR POSSIBLE RE-IGNITION.

6.

EVACUATE AND VENTILATE THE AREA IMMEDIATELY AFTER EXTINGUISHING THE FIRE. THE FUMES AND SMOKE FROM ANY FIRE MAY BE HAZARDOUS AND CAN BE DEADLY.

DISCHARGE TIME (APPROX.)

5 LB. 9 SEC.

10 LB. 10 SEC.

15 LB. 12V2 SEC.

20 LB. 19 SEC.

DISCHARGE RANGE (APPROX.) 5, 10, 15 & 20 LB. - 3 to 8 FEET

RECHARGE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS IMMEDIATEL Y AFTER ANY USE

INSPECTING THE EXTINGUISHER

INSPECTION [NFPA-10 4.2.1] is a "quick check" that an extinguisher is available and will operate. It is intended to give reasonable assurance that the extinguisher is fully charged and operable. This is done by seeing that it is in its deSignated place, that it has not been actuated or tampered with, and that there is no obvious physical damage or condition to prevent operation.

PERIODIC INSPECTION PROCEDURES

(Monthly or more often if circumstances dictate)

[NFPA-10 4-3.2] A "quick check" should be made of the extinguisher for the following:

1. Located in designated place.

2. No obstructions to access or visibility.

2.

3. Operating instructions on nameplate and facing outward.

5.

Seals and tamper indicators not broken or missing. Determine fullness by weighing or "hefting".

4.

6. Examine for obvious physical damage, corrosion, leakage, clogged nozzle or horn obstruction.

MAINTENANCE

MAINTENANCE [NFPA-10 4-4.1 & 4-4.2] At least once a year (or more frequently if indicated by an inspection), MAINTENANCE should be performed. MAINTENANCE is a "thorough check" of the extinguisher. It is intended to give maximum assurance that an extinguisher will operate effectively and safely. It includes a thorough examination and any necessary repair or replacement. It will normally reveal the need for hydrostatic testing.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE

1. Clean extinguisher to remove dirt, grease or foreign material. Check to make sure that the instruction nameplate and U IL manifest are securely fastened and legible. Inspect the cylinder for corrosion, abrasion, dents or weld damage. If any of these conditions are found and you doubt the integrity of the cylinder, hydrostatically test and mark (stamp) in accordance with CGA Pamphlet C-1 and NFPA Pamphlet 10. Properly dispose of cylinder if in violation of the standard.

2. Inspect the extingUisher for damaged, missing or substitute parts. Only factory replacement parts are approved for use on Amerex fire extinguishers.

3. Check the date of manufacture stamped on the extinguisher cylinder dome. Cylinder must be hydrostatically tested every 5 years to the test pressure indicated on the nameplate (3000 psi, [20.69 MPaJ).

Note: COMPLETE MAINTENANCE should be performed whenever a hydrostatic test is being done. This includes an inspection of the interior of the valve assembly, the spring and valve stem assembly as well as the interior of the cylinder (using an appropriate inspection light). Amerex recommends replacement of the collar o-ring at hydrostatic test. The valve stem assembly should be checked for cuts in the seat area or any distortion and replaced if necessary.

All aluminum C02 cylinders marked SP6498 or E6498 must be restamped with specification identification "3AL" immediately above or in proximity to the original DOT mark before or at the time of retest. This is in addition to the always required date stamping and personal inspection symbol.

4. Check ring (locking) pin for freedom of movement. Replace if bent or if removal appears difficult.

5. Check the discharge lever for freedom of movement. Inspect carrying handle for proper installation. If either is damaged, replace.

Remove the horn and discharge tube (Sib.) or hose and horn assembly (10, 15 & 20 lb.) and inspect for damage. Replace the hose if cut or cracked, or if threaded couplings are damaged. Replace the horn if brittle, cracked or deformed. Blow air through the hose and nozzle assemblies to insure that the passage is clear of foreign material.

Carbon dioxide hose assemblies have a continuous metal braid that connects to both couplings to minimize static shock. A hose continuity test should be performed using a basic conductivity tester consisting of a flashlight having an open circuit and a set of two wires with a conductor (clamps or probe) at each end. (NFPA-10 A-4-4.1.2, 1990 Edition)

8. Inspect valve assembly for corrosion or damage to hose thread connection. Visually inspect the safety relief assembly for obstruction or damage - replace with complete Amerex factory assembled safety relief PIN: 4000 (tighten assembly to 250 in.-Ibs. of torque) if necessary. DO NOT SUBSTITUTE. Valve removal and/or valve part replacement should be made only after completely discharging the contents of the cylinder.

6.

7.

3.

CAUTION:

POTENTIAL MALFUNCTION OF C02 EXTINGUISHERS

AMEREX C02 EXTINGUISHERS MANUFACTURED fROM JAN. 1, 1987 THRU NOV. 1988 (23 MONTHS) MAY CONTAIN A MISFORMED iNTERNAL THREAD ON THE VALVE. THE THREAD IN QUESTION IS THE DISCHARGE OUTLET THREAD IN THE VALVE INTO WHICH THE ELBOW IS ATTACHED.

HERE IS HOW YOU SHOULD INSPECT FOR A THREAD PROBLEM:

THE RING (SAFETY) PIN AND LOCKWIRE SEAL MUST BE IN PLACE TO PREVENT ACCIDENTAL DISCHARGE.

WARNING:

1. Remove the HORN and DISCHARGE TUBE ASS'Y from 5 lb. extinguishers or HOSE and HORN ASS'Yfrom 10,15,20 lb. extinguishers, leaving the ELBOW in the normal horizontal position (pointing to the left).

2. Turn the ELBOW 1 1/2 turns in the COUNTERCLOCKWISE direction - as if you were trying to remove the ELBOW.

3. Grasp the ELBOW with your hand and try to pull it straight out of the valve

(without any additional turning or twisting).

IF THE ELBOW CAN BE PULLED OUT OF THE VALVE, THE THREADS IN THE VALVE BODY ARE INSUFFICIENT AND THE EXTINGUISHER SHOULD BE REMOVED FROM SERVICE.

IF THE THREADS ARE INSUFFICIENT, DO NOT DISCHARGE THE EXTINGUISHER! CALL AMEREX FOR AUTHORIZATION TO RETURN THE ENTIRE EXTINGUISHER [WITH RING (SAFETY) PIN AND LOCKWIRE SEAL IN PLACE] TO AMEREX FOR REWORK.

9. Inspect the 10, 15 & 20 lb. elbow and diffusion tip for blockage or damage. The Amerex 5 lb. C02 diffuser is built into the discharge tube. Check elbow and discharge tube for blockage or damage. Replace damaged parts with genuine factory replacement parts only.

10. Reinstall horn and discharge tube (5 lb.) or hose and horn assembly (10, 15 & 20 lb.) to discharge valve.

Check horn clip (10, 15 & 20 lb.) for damage or proper positioning. Replace, tighten or realign as necessary.

11. Weigh extinguisher and compare with weight printed on the nameplate (label). Recharge extinguisher if weight is not within indicated allowable tolerances (10% of charged weight).

12. Install new lockwire (tamper) seal and record service data on the extingUisher inspection tag.

Note: Some States now require that the lockwire (tamper) seal be a specific color (indicating the year service has been performed). Make sure that you comply with the requirements of the "Authority having jurisdiction".

13. Install the extinguisher on the wall hanger bracket (or in vehicle bracket) in its proper location. Check for correct fit - replace bracket if necessary.

RECHARGE

RECHARGING [NFPA-10 4-2.3] is the replacement of the extinguishing agent.

RECHARGING PROCEDURE

WARNING:

Before attempting to recharge be sure the extinguisher is completely empty and depressurized.

Use only an approved source of carbon dioxide (see minimum specifications in NFPA-10 Chapter 4 "Inspection, Maintenance and Recharging"). Do not use dry ice convertors.

Use an approved pump, hose and recharge adapter to insure safe and efficient recharge operations.

1. Perform steps 1 thru 8 of the "MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE".

4.

2.

Discharge all remaining carbon dioxide from the extinguisher. Re-tighten valve assembly to 100 ft.:lbs. using a 16 inch wrench.

3.

Check the extinguisher nameplate (label) for the proper amount on ~02 to be pumped into the extinguisher.

Install the proper Amerex recharge adapter. Adapter must fit over di«user tip on 5 lb. Discharge Tube and elbow on 10,15 & 20 lb. without blocking diffuser holes. DO NOT REMOVE 5 LB. DISCHARGE TUBE OR 10,15,20 LB. ELBOW.

4.

5.

Place extinguisher on an accurate scale and attach carbon dioxide supply line to the recharge adapter.

Attach a device such as a "Pony Spring Clamp" to hold the extinguisher valve lever in the squeezed or open position. Pump the proper amount of C02 into the extinguisher.

When the proper weight is reached, release the clamp, shut off the C02 pump and vent the supply line. Remove the C02 supply line and recharge adapter from the extinguisher valve.

Install ring (safety) pin. Check for leaks using leak detection fluid or a solution of soapy water. If any leaks occur, refer to the TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

Installiockwire (tamper) seal and attach new recharge tag.

Attach the horn or hose and horn assembly to the extinguisher valve.

11.

12.

Weigh assembled extinguisher and confirm that the total weight is within the allowable tolerances indicated on the extinguisher nameplate (label).

TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

WARNING:

BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO CORRECT ANY LEAKAGE PROBLEM, BE SURE THAT THE EXTINGUISHER IS COMPLETELY EMPTY AND DEPRESSURIZED.

Note:

Check to determine the source of a leak before the extinguisher is emptied. Leakage repairs will require that the Carbon Dioxide extinguisher be completely empty and the valve assembly removed.

Amerex C02 valve bodies and aluminum cylinders are 1 1/8"-12 UNF STRAIGHT THREADS. When re-installing the valve assembly, the cylinder must be placed in a suitable securing vice and valve installed to 100 ft.-Ibs. of torque using a 16 in. wrench. Use a proper STRAIGHT THREAD adapter when hydrostatically testing.

CORRECTIVE ACTION

PROBLEM
1. Leak at collar o-ring.
2. Leak through valve.
3. Leak at safety relief nut.
4. Leak during discharge under
discharge lever.
5. Leak during discharge at
6. Leak in the cylinder. 1. Remove valve assembly, clean collar thoroughly and install new collar o-ring. Lubricate o-ring with VISILOX and reinstall valve to a maximum of 100 ft. -lbs. torque.

2. Remove valve assembly, downtube, spring and valve stem assembly. Install new valve stem assembly. Check valve seat for scratches or foreign matter.

3. Remove safety nut, disc and gasket assembly. Replace with new Amerex P /N: 4000 safety nut, disc and gasket assembly. Tighten assembly to 250 in.-Ibs. of torque.

4. Remove valve assembly, downtube, spring and valve stem assembly. Install new valve stem assembly. Check valve seat for scratches or foreign matter.

5. Tighten hose connection at elbow (10, 15,20 lb.).

Replace o-ring and/or elbow on 51b.

6. Contact Amerex if under warranty, otherwise - mark "Rejected" and remove from service or return to owner.

5.

PARTS LIST

for

5 LB. CARBON DIOXIDE EXTINGUISHERS (BRASS VALVE)

MODEL 322

PART
ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION
1 3090 Valve P-ss'y (does not include
elbow or downtube)
2 4000 Safety Disc, Gasket and Nut Ass'y
3 0160 Ring Pin, Stainless Steel
3A 0532 Chain (Nylon) for Ring Pin
4 1387 Lock Wire Seal (Yellow)
5 7762 Lever & Rivet
5A 1563 Rivet Only for Lever
6 9020 Handle & Rivets
6A 1564 Rivets Only for Handle (2 req'd)
7 5689 O-Ring for Elbow
8 2735 Elbow with O·Ring
9 1769 Discharge Tube
10 1772 Horn
11 0533 Downtube
12 0503 Retainer
13 0501 Spring
14 1539 Valve Stern Ass'y
14A 5235 Valve Stern O-Ring
15 1124 Collar O-Ring - 1 1/8"
15 4312 Collar O-Ring - 1 1/4"
16 0546 Wall Hanger Bracket
17 5349 Nameplate (Label) Non-U/L
18 1316 RII Adapter
19 1290 Hydrotest Adapter - 1 1/8"
19 1286 Hydrotest Adapter - 1 1/4"
** 6247 VISILOX Lubricant (5 oz. Tube)
PARTS FOR DISCONTINUED ALUMINUM VALVE MODELS
14 0495 Valve Stem Ass'y for all 1 1/8" and
1 1/4" Aluminum C02 Valves
Valve Assemblies for Model 322 with ALUMINUM 1 1/S"
valve should be replaced with the PIN: 3090 Brass
Chrome Plated Valve and associated parts listed above.
Other than Handles, Levers and Valve Stem Ass'y, parts
are no longer available for the ALUMINUM valve.
Valve Assemblies for Model 321 with ALUMINUM 1 114"
valve are no longer available. If other than Handle, Lever,
Collar O-Ring or Valve Stem Is required to make the
extinguisher function properly, the extinguisher should
be properly and safety discarded. 01290 f-!9- 01286

**

PART NOT PICTURED

16

~

8

~18

01290 H9- 01286

PARTS LIST

for

10,15 AND 20 LB. CARBON DIOXIDE EXTINGUISHERS

(BRASS VALVE)

d'MODELS

330 10 LB. 331 15 LB. 332 20 LB.

PART
ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION
1 3090 Valve Ass'y (does not include
elbow or downtube)
2 4000 Safety Disc, Gasket and Nut Ass'y
3 0160 Ring Pin, Stainless Steel
3A 0532 Chain (Nylon) for Ring Pin
4 1387 Lock WIre Seal (yellow)
5 7762 Lever & Rivet
5A 1563 Rivet Only for Lever
6 9020 Handle & Rivets
6A 1564 Rivets Only for Handle (2 req'd)
7 2309 Elbow with O-Ring & Spacer
7A 5689 O-Ring for Elbow
7B 2216 Nylon Spacer for Elbow
8 2073 Horn Clip
9 1782 Hose & Horn Ass'y - 330
9 1705 Hose & Horn Ass'y - 331,332
9A 1776 Hose Ass 'y - 330, 331 , 332
9B 0594 U-Pin
9C 1777 Nozzle
90 0572 Horn with Handle - 330
90 0593 Horn with Handle - 331, 332
10 0564 Downtube - 330
10 0589 Downtube - 331,332
11 0503 Retainer
12 0501 Spring
13 1539 Valve Stem Ass'y
13A 5235 Valve Stem O-Ring
14 1124 Collar O-Ring - 1 1/8"
14 4312 Collar O-Ring - 1 1/4"
15 0575 Wall Hanger Bracket - 330.331
15 0577 Wall Hanger Bracket - 332
16 5356 Nameplate (Label) Non-U/L - 330
16 5352 Nameplate (Label) Non-U/L - 331
16 5354 Nameplate (Label) Non-U/L - 332
** 4489 Screw & Nut for Horn Clip Strap
Ass'y
17 5442 Strap for Horn Clip - 330,331
17 5441 Strap for Horn Clip - 332
18 1316 Fill Adapter
19 1290 Hydrotest Adapter - 1 1/8"
19 1286 Hydrotest Adapter - 1 1/4"
** 6247 VISILOX Lubricant (5 oz. Tube)
PARTS FOR DISCONTINUED ALUMINUM VALVE MODELS
13 0495 Valve Stem Ass'y for all 1 1/8" and
1 1/4" Aluminum C02 Valves
Valve Assemblies for Models 330, 331 & 332 with
ALUMINUM 1 1/8" valves should be replaced with the PIN:
3090 Brass Chrome Plated Valve and associated parts
listed above. Other than Handles, Levers and Valve Stem
Ass'y, parts are no longer available for the ALUMINUM
valve.
Valve Assemblies for Models 326, 327 & 328 with
ALUMINUM 1 1/4" valves are no longer available. If other
than Handle, Lever, Collar O-Ring or Valve Stem Is
requIred to make the extInguIsher function properly, the
extinguisher should be properly and safety discarded. 1

**

PART NOT PICTURED

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