Applied Product Catalog 2017 2018 Page 798 Hydraulic Products

798 Call your local Applied service center to order at 1-866-351-3464 or visit us online at Applied.com Hydraulic Products SB Series Water Over Oil Cooler (Bare Tube Bundle) These air-cooled heat exchangers are used in hydraulic systems to remove heat from the system. It is recommended by manufacturers that the oil not exceed 140 F. Excessive temperatures can cause the oil to oxidize, forming gum, varnish resins, sludge and acids. These by-products shorten the life of oil, cause valves to stick and can cause erratic operation of the hydraulic system. Excessive heat in the system also reduces efficiency while consuming more energy. Features: End bonnets removable for servicing Highly efficient design lowers operating costs Mounting feet included (may be rotated in 90 increments) Steel hub and shell material; copper cooling tubes Max. Tube Side Pressure: 150 psi Max. Shell Pressure: 250 psi Max. Operating Temperature: 350 F Item No. Mfr. No. Flow Range (gpm) Oil Port Size (in) Port Type Heat Removed (hp) Water Port Size (in) Tubeside Passes Length (in) Width (in) Height (in) Wt. (lb) Net Price 101780985 SB-401-A4-0 a,c 1.50 to 9 1/2 NPT 5 1 One Pass 11.24 2.62 3.50 7 $239.06 101572154 SB-402-A4-0 a,c 1.50 to 9 1/2 NPT 8 1 One Pass 20.24 2.62 3.50 10 252.61 100641756 SB-702-A4-T a,c 2.50 to 10 1 NPT 20 1 Two Pass 22.28 5.25 6.25 28 566.12 100641322 SB-1002-C6-T b,c 15.00 to 65 1 1/2 NPT 30 1 1/2 Two Pass 23.29 6.75 7.38 49 866.25 100641319 SB-1002-C4-T b,c 15.00 to 65 1 1/2 NPT 45 1 1/2 Two Pass 23.29 6.75 7.38 49 976.06 a Heat removal (hp): 1:1 oil to water ratio. b Heat removal (hp): 2:1 oil to water ratio. c Heat removals based on 40 F approach temperature. Modulating Water Valve Features: Regulates flow of water to heat exchanger to maintain desired exiting oil temperature Opens automatically when temperature increases at the sensing bulb No external power source required to actuate the valve Fully open at 37 F above opening point Bulb well not included Caution: Not to be used for saltwater service Valves are not calibrated, so final desired temperature setting must be established experimentally Item No. Mfr. No. Pipe Size (in) Opening Point Range (F) Sensing Bulb Size Dia. x Length (in) Max. Water Flow (gpm) Net Price 100635320 65511 1/2 75 to 135 11/16 x 10 25 $348.97 100635306 65253 3/4 75 to 135 11/16 x 10 40 371.98 Bulb Well Item No. Mfr. No. Length (in) Use on Modulating Water Valve Net Price 100635309 65280 11 7/32 65511 and 65253 $104.49 Bladder Accumulator Bladder accumulators provide a means of regulating the performance of a hydraulic system. They are suitable for storing energy under pressure, absorbing hydraulic shocks and dampening pump pulsation and flow fluctuations. Parker Greer and Olaer accumulators provide excellent gas and fluid separation, ensuring dependable performance, maximum efficiency and long service life. Features: Globally certified bladder accumulator (ASME, PED (CE), CRN and AS1210) Pressures starting at 3,000 psi up to 6,600 psi (ASME App22) and 690 bar (PED(CE)) Elastomer materials include buna-n, hydrin, butyl, EPR and fluroelastomer Both top and bottom repairable for oil or water/chemical service SAE, flange, BSPP and NPT ports available Caution: Precharge with dry nitrogen only Accumulators require precharging before use Material: Steel Service: Oil Bladder & Seal Compound: Buna-N Max. Working Pressure: 3,000 psi Item No. Mfr. No. Bladder Size Max. Gas Volume (in) Port Size Shell Dia. (in) Shell Height (in) Overall Height (in) Net Price 112829453 BA001B3T01Y2 1 pt 31 SAE-12 3.50 6.50 9.93 $633.24 100328771 BA002B3T01A1 1 qt 66 SAE-12 4.50 7.63 11.13 871.95 112829458 BA005B3T01Y2 150 in 156 SAE-16 4.49 15.50 18.93 758.81 100328788 BA01B3T01A1 1 gal 231 SAE-20 6.75 11.36 17.00 1,111.86 100328801 BA02B3T01A1 2 1/2 gal 556 SAE-24 9.06 15.50 21.38 1,774.30 100328823 BA05B3T01A1 5 gal 1,124 SAE-24 9.06 27.50 33.38 2,251.19 112780681 BA10B3T01P2 10 gal 2,097 SAE-24 8.78 49.00 54.85 2,454.01 Most systems can tolerate a pressure drop through the heat exchanger of 20 to 30 psi. Excessive pressure drop should be avoided. Care should be taken to limit pressure drop to 5 psi or less for case drain applications where high back pressure may damage the pump shaft seals. Product Tip

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