TABLE 1 - Oil Volumes
Refer to Fig. 1 on page 2 for mounting positions.
D U.S. Measure: 1 quart = 32 fluid ounces = .94646 liters.
Notice: If position is to vary from those described in paragraph 2 either more or less oil may be required. Consult factory.
The motor mount must be Installed on output end of reducer as shown In Figure 5 Note The T-A
motor mount cannot be used In applications requiring the use of TRI-MATIC® overload release.
Remove two or three (as required) housing bolts on output end of reducer.
Place the motor mount In position and Install the longer housing bolts supplied with the
motor mount Tighten bolts to torque specified In Table 3.
Install motor, drive sheave and driven sheave so that driven sheave is as close to the
reducer housing as practical Install V-belt and tension with the four adjusting screws provided on
T-A motor mount.
Check all bolts to see that they are securely tigh tened.
GUIDELINES FOR TORQUE-ARM REDUCER LONG-TERM STORAGE
During periods of long storage, or when waiting for delivery or
Installation of other equipment, special care should be taken to
protect a gear reducer to have It ready to be In the best
condition when placed into service.
By taking special precautions, problems such as seal
leakage and reducer failure due to the lack of lubrication,
improper lubrication quantity, or contamination can be
avoided. The following precautions will protect gear reducers
during periods of extended storage.
1 Drain the oil from the unit Add a vapor phase corrosion
Inhibiting oil (VCI-105 oil by Daubert Chemical Co ) in
accordance with Table 3.
Seal the unit air tight Replace the vent plug with a
standard pipe plug and wire the vent to the unit
3 Cover the shaft extension with a waxy rust preventative
compound that will keep oxygen away from the bare metal
(Non-Rust X-110 by Daubert Chemical Co ).
The Instruction manuals and lubrication tags are paper
and must be kept dry Either remove these documents and
store them Inside or cover the unit with a durable
waterproof cover which can keep moisture away
Protect the reducer from dust, moisture, and other
contaminants by storing the unit in a dry area.
In damp environments, the reducer should be packed
Inside a moisture-proof container or an envelope of
polyethylene containing a desiccant material If the reducer Is
to be stored outdoors, cover the entire exterior with a rust
When Placing the Reducer into Service
Assemble the vent plug Into the proper hole
Clean the shaft extensions with a suitable solvent
Fill the unit to the proper oil level using a recommended
lubricant The VCI oil will not affect the new lubricant.
Follow the Installation Instructions provided In this
Table 3 - Quantities of VCI #105 Oil
DODGE Part Number 415112-80-DB
Quarts or Liters
VCI #105 & #10 are interchangeable
VCI #105 Is more readily available