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Figure   6-4.   Gate   Valve   Assembly,   Repair   (Models   ADC-1200   and   1641).
T M     1 0 - 3 8 3 5 - 2 1 9 - 1 4 6-6.  Gate   Valve   Assembly   (Model      ADC-1200   and   1461). This   task   consists   of Repair INITIAL  SET-UP Materials/Parts Materials/Parts    (cont) Oil,   Lubricating   (Item   3,   Appendix   E) Packing    (Refer    to    TM10-3835-219-24P) Solvent,   Dry   Cleaning   (Item   7,   Appendix   E) Gasket    (Refer    to    TM10-3835-219-24P) Rags,   Wiping   (Item   5,   Appendix   E) r   (figure   6-4) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) Remove   nut   (1)   securing   handwheel   (2)   and   remove   handwheel. Remove   packing   nut   (3),   spring   (4),   and   packing   gland   (5). Remove    and    discard    packing    (6). Remove   eight   capscrews   (7)   and   Iockwashers   (8). Remove   bonnet   (9)   from   body   (10). Remove   and   discard   gasket   (11). Remove   valve   stem   (12),   disc   stem   (13),   two   valve   seats   (14),   and   two   discs   (15)   from   body   (10). WARNING Prior   to   the   cleaning   of   any   parts   have   an   industrial   hygienist   or   safety personnel    review    the    procedures    and    personal    protective    equipment    to be   used   in   the   cleaning   operations. Potential   health   hazards   result   from   inhalation   of   petroleum   solvent vapors   and   from   contact   of   solvent   with   skin.   Use   rubber   gloves   and hand   cream   for   protection,   and   work   with   adequate   ventilation. Dry   cleaning   solvent   used   to   clean   parts   is   potentially   dangerous   to personnel   and   property.   Avoid   repeated   and   prolonged   skin   contact. Do   not   use   near   open   flame   or   excessive   heat.   Flash   point   of   solvent   is 100°F-138°F (38°C-60°C). Clean   valve   assembly   components   with   dry   cleaning   solvent   and   dry   thoroughly. Inspect   packing   nut   (3),   replace   if   cracked   or   damaged. Inspect   components   for   damage.   Replace   worn   or   damaged   components. Install   valve   stem   (12),   disc   stem   (13),   and   two   discs   (15)   into   bonnet   (9). Install   two   valve   seats   (14)   into   body   (10). Change   1 6-11

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