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Supply medium: Anypneumatic or hydraulic fluidcompatiblewithmaterials of construction

Temperaturerating: StandardRange: -20Fto210F


Optional Range: -65Fto300F
Angular rotation: 90degrees8degrees
79S,79B&79C:40-160psig
HP: 400-1500psig
Supplypressure:
Technical Data
INTRODUCTION
General Application
MorinActuatorsaredesignedfor "en-off" or modulating control of any quarter-turn ball, butterfly,
rotaryplugor damper stylevalveapplication.
OPERATION
and
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
for
Models 79S, 79B, 79C & HP
110 COMMERCE ORIVE
VALLEYCOMMERCIAL CENTER
PELHAM, AL 35124
PHONE 205-663-0533
FAX 205 663-0703
Flow
Control
Bulletin 799 D
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2.jackscrew Override
Thejackscrew option isintended for infrequent or emergency on-site operation of the automated valve.
Note: ]ackscrew Override not available on HP.
A. J ackscrew Operating Instructions:
1. Disengage power supply and vent air from the actuator.
2. Operate thehandwheel to drive the actuator into the desired position. Valveposition can be
verified by checking the actuator position indicator.
For Models 023-270, thejackscrew must bereturned to the fully retracted position before the
actuator can resume normal operation. Back thejackscrew out until it stops. Air willleak from the
jackscrew unless it has been fully retracted against its internal seal.
B. Actuator Stroke Adjustment: (Thejackscrew has abuilt-in actuator stroke adjustment)
Models 023-270(seeFIGURE 2)
1. Retract thejackscrew override completely by rotating counterclockwise.
2. Loosen the lock nut and turn the brass adjusting screw to the desired position. The handwheel will
rotate with theadjusting screw. Never make stroke adjustments by turning the handwheel only.
3. Tighten lock nut. ..
Models 370, 740&575 (seeFIGURE 3)
1. Retract thejackscrew override completely by rotating clockwise.
2. Loosen thestroke adjusting screw and lock nut.
3. Using thehandwheel, turn thejackscrew to adjust the actuator to the desired position.
4. Screw the adjusting screw until it stops and tighten the lock nut.
FIGURE 1
EXHAUST
SUPPLY
SUPPLY
DOUBLE ACTING ACTUATOR
TWO CYLlNDERS WITH J UMPERS
SINGLE ACTING ACTUATOR
TWO CYLlNDERS WITH J UMPER
79S, 79B &79C
Actuator isfactory lubricated and does .llQ1require periodic lubrication while inservice. Actuator can be
mounted parallel or perpendicular to pipeline. Actuator can beinstalled in any convenient position
including vertical, horizontal or upside down.
A. Bolt mounting bracket to actuator hand tight. DO NOT tighten yet.
B. Install coupling on valve. Besure rotary stops on valve areremoved or adjusted to allow actuator
stops to do the stopping.
C. Install actuator and bracket to valve being sure to leave all fastener connections hand tight. If possible,
stroke val veand actuator to ahalf open position 45 and physically shift actuator back and forth until
coupling and all fasteners arerelaxed then tighten all bolts and nuts. This procedure will accurately
align valve stem to actuator output shaft and prolong valve stem seallife.
D. Cyclevalve/ actuator assembly and observe for smooth operation.
E. Adjust travel stops for perfect alignment in both the open and closed positions.
~ If jackscrew override isinstalled, please refer to section 2Bfor stroke adjustment.
F. Tubing Connections - sorne models utilize two pistons for added power. Spring return (single acting)
dual cylinder designs require one "jumper" to make the supply port common to both pistons. Double
acting (air to air) dual cylinder designs require two "jumpers." SeeFIGURE 1for typical arrangement.
1.Installation
FIGURE 4
Manual handpump specifications
1. Maximum reservoir fill volume =75cu. in.
2. Pump relief pressure =3000psi
3. Pump volume/ stroke =.66cu. in.
4. Handle length =24in.
MANUAL HANDPUMP OVERRIDE
3. Manual Handpump Override (see FIGURE 4)
A. Maintain fluid level to fillline using ISO-22hydraulic fluid. Do not use brake fluid.
B. Always open reservo ir air vent when operating pump.
C. The selector control valve is set in center position for remote operation. Select left or right positions
for manual open or manual close as shown on pump label.
D. Store and lock handle to keep pump plunger closed. Do not remotely operate actuator with handie
on plunger.
FIGURE 3
SEALED J ACKSCREW ASSEMBLY
LOCK NUT
STAOKE ADJ USTING SCAEW
LOCK NUT
STROKE ADJ USTING SCAEW ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ =~ - ==~ ~ ~ ~ ? _
JACKSCREW OVERRIDE - MODELS 370, 740 & 575
FIGURE 2
JACKSCREW
EXTENDED
JACKSCREW
FULLY RETRACTED
NOTE: AIR ESCAPES
UNLESS J ACKSCREW
FULLY RETRACTED
ACTUATOR STROKE
ADJ USTING SCREW
JACKSCREW OVERRIDE - MODELS 006-270
(.s)
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SECTION A-A
YOKE SHOWN AT MID-STROKE
POINTER OMITTED FOR CLARITY
DOUBLE ACTING
AIRTOAIR
ONE PISTON
MODELS: 006, 015, 023, 036,
050,135,210,370,575 &HP
DOUBLE ACTING
AIRTOAIR
TWO PISTONS
MODELS: 012,072,100,270,
420, 740, 1150 & HP
SINGLE ACTING
SPRING RETURN
ONE PISTON
MODELS: 006, 015, 023,
036, 050, 135,210,370 & 575)tf~~~ii!im~~~=$:~~~
SINGLE ACTING
SPRING RETURN
TWO PISTONS
MODEL: 012, 046, 072
100,270,420,740,1150
& HP
Electroless nickel-plated carbon steel on HP30U-8
MATERIALS OF l;UN::)I RUCTION
79S MAT:::::RIAL 79B MATERIAL 79C MATERIAL HP MATERIAL
ITEM
003-100 135-1150 006-100 135-1150 575 &1150 HP15 HP25 &HP30
1 Housina
316-SS 316-SS DUCTILE IRON DUCTILE IRON DUCTILE IRON DUCTILE IRON DUCTILE IRON
2 Yoke
17-4 SS 17-4 SS 17-4 PH 17-4 PH 17-4 PH 17-4 PH 17-4 PH
3 Outout shaft
17-4 SS 17-4 SS 4140 4140 4140 17-4 PH 17-4 PH
4 Piston rod
316 SS 316 SS CPO CPO CPO CPO CPO
5a Bushina - outout shaft
TEFLON - BRONZE - - BRONZE -
5b Needle bearina
- STEEL - STEEL STEEL - STEEL
6a Yoke oin
18-8 SS - STEEL - - STEEL -
6b Kev - voke
- 17-4 PH - STEEL STEEL - STEEL
7 Bushina - niston rod
TEFLON TEFLON BRONZE BRONZE BRONZE BRONZE BRONZE
8 Retainina rina - outout shaft
15-7 MO 15-7 MO STEEL STEEL STEEL STEEL STEEL
9 Thrust on
440C SS 440C SS 440C SS 440C SS 440C SS 440C SS 440C SS
10 Roller bearina
440C SS 440C SS 440C SS 440C SS 440C SS 440C SS 440C SS
11 Retainina rina - oin
15-7 MO 15-7 MO STEEL STEEL STEEl STEEL STEEL
12a Set screw
18-8 SS - 18-8 SS - - 18-8-SS -
12b Retainina rina - lower bearinq - 18-8 SS - STEEL STEEL -
STEEL
13a Position indicator
304 SS - 304 SS - - 304 SS -
13b Thrust Plate - 316 SS - DUCTILE IRON DUCTILE IRON - DUCTILE IRON
14 Hex head bolt
18-8 SS 18-8 SS 18-8 SS STEEL STEEL 18~8SS STEEL
15 lock washer
18-8 SS 18-8 SS 18-8 SS STEEL STEEL 18-8 SS STEEL
16 Pointer
SOFT PVC SOFT PVC SOFT PVC SOFT PVC SOFT PVC SOFT PVC SOFT PVC
17 Round head screw
18-8 SS 18-8 SS 18-8 SS STEEL STEEL 18-8 SS STEEL
18 Cover - housina
316 SS 316 SS STEEL STEEL STEEL STEEL STEEl
19 Hex head bolt
18-8 SS 18-8 SS 18-8 SS STEEl STEEL 18-8 SS STEEL
20 Lock washer
18-8 SS 18-8 SS 18-8 SS STEEL STEEL 18-8 SS STEEL
21 Flat washer
18-8 SS 18-8 SS 18-8 SS STEEL STEEL 18-8 SS STEEL
22 Thrust washer - 18-8 SS - STEEl STEEL - STEEL
23 Cover aasket
FIBER FIBER FIBER FIBER FIBER FIBER FIBER
24 Cvlinder
316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS CS,ENP 316 SS 316 SS
25 Piston
316 SS 316 SS DUCTILE IRON DUCTILE IRON DUCTllE IRON STEEL STEEL
26 Adaotor
316 SS 316 SS DUCTILE IRON DUCTllE IRON DUCTllE IRON STEEL STEEl
27 Endcao
316 SS 316 SS DUCTILE IRON DUCTllE IRON DUCTILE IRON STEEL STEEL
28 Rod cover
316 SS 316 SS DUCTILE IRON DUCTILE IRON DUCTILE IRON STEEl STEEL
29 Seal - Diston rod
BUNA-N BUNA-N BUNA-N BUNA-N BUNA-N BUNA-N BUNA-N
30 Seal - oiston bolt
BUNA-N BUNA-N BUNA-N BUNA-N BUNA-N BUNA-N BUNA-N
31 Seal - oiston
BUNA-N BUNA-N BUNA-N BUNA-N BUNA-N BUNA-N BUNA-N
32 Housina aasket
FIBER FIBER FIBER FIBER FIBER FIBER FIBER
33 Piston bolt
18-8 SS 18-8 SS 18-8 SS STEEL STEEl 18-8SS STEEL
34 Lock washer
18-8 SS 18-8 SS 18-8 SS STEEl STEEL 18-8SS STEEL
35 Bearina - oiston
TEFLON TEFLON TEFLON TEFLON TEFLON TEFLON TEFLON
36 Thread seal
SS/EPDM SS/EPDM SS/EPDM STEEUEPDM STEEUEPDM BUNA-N BUNA-N
37 Travel stoo bolt
18-8 SS 18-8 SS 18-8 SS STEEL STEEL 18-8 SS STEEL
38 J am nut
18-8 SS 18-8 SS 18-8 SS STEEL STEEL 18-8 SS STEEL
39 Socket head cao screw
18-8 SS 18-8 SS 18-8 SS STEEL STEEL 18-8 SS STEEL
40 Lock washer
18-8 SS 18-8 SS 18-8 SS STEEL STEEL 18-8SS STEEL
41 Tie rod
18-8 SS 18-8 SS 18-8 SS STEEL STEEL STEEL,EZP STEEL,EZP
42 Seal - outout shaft - - BUNA-N - - BUNA-N -
43 Lock washer
18-8 SS 18-8 SS 18-8 SS STEEL STEEL 18-8 SS STEEL
44 Hex head bolt
18-8 SS 18-8 SS 18-8 SS STEEL STEEL 18-8 SS STEEL
45 Thread seal
BUNA-N BUNA-N BUNA-N BUNA-N BUNA-N BUNA-N BUNA-N
46 Stato-seal
TFE-GF BUNA-N BUNA-N BUNA-N BUNA-N BUNA-N BUNA-N
47 Nameolate label
MYLAR MYLAR MYLAR MYLAR MYLAR MYLAR MYLAR
48 Seal - outout shaft bushinq
- - BUNA-N - - BUNA-N -
49 Cvlinder - sorina side
316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS CS,ENP 316 SS 316 SS
50 Tie rod - sorina side
316 SS 316 SS 316 SS STEEL STEEL 316 SS STEEL
51 Hex head bolt
18-8 SS 18-8 SS 18-8 SS STEEL STEEL 18-8 SS STEEL
52 Adiustina bolt
18-8 SS 18-8 SS 18-8 SS STEEL STEEL 18-8 SS STEEL
53 Flat washer
18-8 SS 18-8 SS 18-8 SS STEEL STEEL 18-8 SS STEEL
54 Endcao - sorina side
316 SS 316 SS DUCTILE IRON DUCTILE IRON DUCTILE IRON DUCTILE IRON DUCTILE IRON
55 Outer sorina
STEEL STEEL STEEL STEEL STEEL STEEL STEEL
56 Inner sorina
STEEL STEEL STEEL STEEL STEEL STEEL STEEL
57 Breather
18-8 SS 18-8 SS 18-8 SS STEEL STEEL 18-8 SS STEEL
58 Sprinq label
LEXAN LEXAN LEXAN LEXAN LEXAN LEXAN LEXAN
*
FIGURE 7 FIGURE 6 FIGURE 5
4. Proximity Switch Mounting
Morin actuators are available with drilled and tapped ports toaccept any proximity switches with 5/8-18
UNF threads. Mounting brackets are not required.
A. Remove plastic plugs fromproximity ports onback side of actuator housing.
B. Insert switch and turn clockwise until switch touches ferrous activator onyoke, then back off
approximately 1/16".
C. Test switch by stroking actuator and verifying make and break of switch.
D. Repeat procedure for second switch if required.
5.Spring Conversion
Unless otherwise specified, all single acting actuators are shipped to distributor stock with an 80PSI rated
spring package. The 80PSI package consists of anouter and inner spring. Toconvert actuator for use on
60PSI service simply remove the inner spring per the procedure listed below. Remaining spring packs
must be ordered fromthe factory.
CAUTION
Before attempting spring conversions always besure that spring is inthe "faled" or extended position.
Remove any accessory equipment that may cause the spring to becocked (e.g.: declutchable override,
jackscrew override, etc.).
A. Back off adjustable travel stop onend of actuator opposite spring end. This will allow maximum
spring extension inside the actuator.
(Models 79S-003 & 79B-006 only)
B. Remove tie rod bolts (41).Back offpiston bolt (33) until spring is fully relaxed and piston (25) isfree.
C. Remove inner spring to convert 80PSI spring package to60PSI spring package.
D. Re-assemble piston, cylinder, endcap and tie rods, being sure tofollow the tie rod tightening sequence
(FIGURE 8). Donot over tighten bolts. Refer toAssembly Torque Requirement Chart (FIGURE 9).
(AHmodels except 79S-003 &79B-006 only)
B. Alternately and uniformly remove bolts (51) fromhollow tierads. Back off each bolt approximately
1/4", following the tie rod sequence (FIGURE 8). Repeat the sequence until spring(s) is/are totally
relaxed and endcap is free.
C. Remove inner spring to convert 80PSI spring package to 60PSI spring package.
D. Re-assembly endcap with bolts (51).Use reverse procedure as shown inStep B, being sure to follow
the tie rod tightening sequence (FIGURE 8). Besure each hollow tie rod slides into counterbore in
endcap. Do not over tighten bolts. Refer toAssembly Torque Requirement Chart (FIGURE 9).
E. Remove nameplate fromactuator and stamp or etch correct spring pressure rating accordingly.
6.Failure Mode Change
(Models 003-100 &HP15)
Conversion from "fal close" to "fal open" is very simple and never requires actuator disassembly or
special order. Simply remove pointer and indicator plate and mount onopposite side of actuator.
(Models 135-1150, HP25 &HP30)
Requires disassembly tochange failure mode and should be designated upon order entry.
1.Removal of Actuator fromValve
CAUTION
Do not attempt toremove mounting bolts between actuator and valve until supply pressure has been
disconnected and vented. Ifspring return, besure that valve iscompletely infailed position. If val ve is
frozen inaposition causing the spring to be cocked, removal of bracket bolts would allow spring to
strake, resulting inthe actuator rotating over bracket causing possible injury or damage.
A. Loasen bracket toactuator bolts to "hand tghten" position.
B. Physically shift actuator back and forth tobe sure there is nostrain (or shear stress) onthe bracket
bolts. Once it has been determined that there is no pressure or spring coil remaining inactuator,
remove bolts and remove actuator and coupling fromvalve.
C. Inthe event the valve is frozen or locked inplace, resulting inspring energy remaining inthe
actuator, replace adjusting screw (37) on end of actuator opposite spring end with alength of "all
thread" rod of sufficient length and turn clockwise until it contacts the piston. This procedure will
safely secure the piston and spring assembly and allow actuator removal. Besure toremove "all
thread" rod prior toactuator disassembly.
8.Actuator Disassembly
A. Remove endcap(s) (27), tierods (41) and cylinder (24).Remove rod cover (28) if applicable.
SPRING RETURN ONLY - Follow instructions for spring removal as shown in steps 5Aand 5B.
B. Remove piston bolts (33)and pistons (25).
C. Remove adaptor (26) and piston rod seals (29).
Note: 79S-003, 79B-006&79B-015have one piece cast housing/adaptor.
D. Remove nameplate (18).pointer (16) and position indicator (13).
E. Disengage yoke (2) fromroller bearing assembly by pulling piston rod to extreme right, as in
FIGURE 5and swing yoke mechanism clear of roller bearings as in FIGURE 6.
F. Rotate piston rod 900 toallow access toretaining ring (11)asshown in FIGURE 7.
G. Remove retaining ring and bearing (10).Then rotate piston rod shaft 1800 and remove remaining
bearing and thrust pin assembly.
H. Remove piston rod (4) and piston rod bushings (7).
(Models 003-100& HPI5)
1. Remove plug (12) fromback of housing.
J . Using apunch or suitable dowl pin, insert through clearance hole and press yoke pin (6) out.
K. Remove retaining ring (8) fromoutput shaft. Remove output shaft and yoke.
L. Remove bushings (5) fromhousing.
(Models 135-1150, HP25 &HP30)
1. Remove retaining rings on both ends of output shaft.
J . Remove thrust plate and washers on top of actuator.
K. Using asoft hammer, drive output shaft out through top of housing.
L. Withdraw yoke fromhousing.
M. Remove both top and bottom bearings by striking the end of bearing with ablunt object.
9.Actuator Assembly
(Models 003-100&HPI5)
A. Insert piston rod bushings (7) and output shaft bushings (5) in housing. (On models 79B-006thru 100
lube output shaft bushing O-rings (48)with Dow Corning #55lubricant. Push one O-ring halfway on
each bushing and install bushings in housing.)
B. Placeyoke (2)in position inhousing. Lubricate with WD40or similar lubricant and install output shaft (3).
(Onmodels 79B-006thru 100,lubeoutput shaft O-rings (42)with Dow Corning #55Iubricant. Install one
O-ring on oneend of output shaft and insert thru housing and yoke. Install second O-ring on opposite end
of output shaft and push output shaft back into housing.) Secureoutput shaft with retaining rings (8).
C. Lubricate and press yoke pin (6) into yoke and output shaft assembly fromopen side of housing. Be
sure pin ispressed flush inyoke to prevent interference with piston rod (4).
(Models 135-1150 HP25 &HP30) .
A. Insert yoke key into output shaft.
B. Install yoke in housing. Slideoutput shaft through top of housing into yoke. Install lubricated upper
and lower bearings.
C. Installlower thrust washer, thrust plate, upper thrust washer, and clip. Installlower bearing clip.
(AHModels)
D. Lubricate with WD40 and install piston rod (4) being careful not toscratch sealing surfaces when
sliding through yoke assembly.
E. Swing yoke clear toward left side of housing as shown in FIGURE 7.
F. Sub-assemble thrust pin (9) with one roller bearing (lO) and oneretaining ring (11).Pre-Iubricate
sub-assernbly with ahigh temperature grease such as "Whitmore's Omnitemp 11"grease.
G. Install roller bearing sub-assernbly per FIGURE 7. Rotate piston rod 1800and assemble second roller
bearing and retaining ringoPlaceample amount of high temp grease on roller bearing and inside wear
area of yoke.
H. Engage roller bearing inyoke assembly as shown in FIGURE 7, 6, &5.
1. Install plug (12) in back of housing if applicable. Use "Loctite 222Thread Locker."
J . Assemble bolt (33) on end of piston rod before installing rod cover.
K. Install rod cover (28) if applicable. Actuators utilizing one piston only require arod cover. Boltrod
cover and gasket in placewith socket head screws (39). Use "Loctte 262Permanent Thread Locker,"
L. Assemble piston rod O-ring (29)on piston rod. Lubricate O-ring with Dow Corning O-ring #55lubricant.
M. Assemble adaptor (26) tohousing. A gasket must beused between adaptor and housing. Ifactuator is
spring return model besure toinsert long tierod bolts (51) with washer into adaptor prior to
bolting adaptor to housing. Insert hex head bolts (44) with thread seals (45). Use "Loctite 262
Permanent Thread Locker". Uniformly tighten bolts. Refer toAssembly Torque Requirement
(FIGURE 9) for proper bolt torque. .' .
(Models 79S-003, 79B-006&79B-015only) One piece casting for housing and adaptor isused.
N. Lubricate piston bolt O-ring (30) with Dow Corning #55lubricant and put on piston rod. Assemble
piston (25) torod with bolt (33) and lock washer (34). UseLoctite 262on bolt threads. Rotate piston
before tightening bolt toensure proper seating of O-ringo
O. Install cylinder gasket or lubricated O-ring (46) in adaptor groove.
P. Lubricate piston seal (31)with Dow Corning #55lubricant and install on piston.
kit #* actuator .
size
indicates
repair kit
2 023 RK
79S
79B
79C
HP
*Kit1includes items 29, 30, 31, 32, 35. 45 & 46.
Kit 2includes Kit 1plus items 5, 7. 36. 42&48.
19B
PART NUMBER DESIGNATION
FOR REPAIR KIT S
ASSEMBLY TORQUE REQUIREMENTS (FT/LBS)
Adapt ar Pi s t an Ti e Ti e r od bol t
Model No 80l t ( 44) aou ( 33) Rod ( 41) Spr i ngs i de( 51)
003 N/ A 15 10 N/ A
798- 006 N/ A 15 15 N/ A
015 N/ A 15 30 25
79S- 006, 012 15 15 15 10
023 t o 100 30 40 30 25
135, 270 150 150 150 100
210, 420 150 150 250 250
370, 740 250 250 250 250
575, 1150 250 250 250 250
FIGURE 9
FIGURE 8
TIE ROO TIGHTENING SEQUENCE
Q. Lubricate piston bearing (35) and cylinder (24) with Dow Corning #55 lubricant. Hold piston bearing
(35) inplace cmpiston (25) and slide cylinder (24) over piston and bearing until cylinder isincontact
with gasket/O-ring (46) inadaptor groove. On spring return models substitute cylinder (24) with
cylinder (49) on spring side.
R. Assemble tierods (41) on adaptor.
S. Insert cylinder gasket/O-ring (46) inendcap (27) groove and place endcap over tierods (41) and on
cylinder (24).
T. Assemble lock washers (43) and hex nuts (42) on tierods and uniformly tighten. Do not exceed torque
values shown inAssembly Torque Requirement Table (FIGURE 9).
SPRING RETURN ONLY
(Models 79S-003&79B-006only)
U. Place cylinder gasket/O-ring (46) inendcap (54).
V. Place springs inadaptor, being sure to nest incontours. Mount piston over spring and fasten with
piston bolt (33) and lock washer (34). Do not over tighten bolt. Refer toAssembly Torque
Requirement Table(FIGURE 9).
W. Install cylinder endcap and tierod bolts with lockwasher. Do not over tighten bolts. Refer to
Assembly Torque Requirement (FIGURE 9).
(AH models except 79S-003 &79B-006)
U. On spring return models, hollow tierods (50) must bescrewed onto long bolts (51) protruding
- from adaptor (26).
V. Placecylinder gasket/O-ring (46) inendcap (54). Insert long bolts (51) with flat washer (53) inendcaps.
W. Placesprings incylinder, being sure to nest in pistoncontours. Mount endcap over extended spring(s)
and fasten to hollow tierods (50) with bolts (51). Toprevent galling lubricate bolts (51) with
"Whtmore's Omnitemp 11" grease or equal. Alternately and uniformly tighten bolts (51) inhollow tie
rod. Tighten each bolt approximately 1/4"-1/2" following sequence shown inTieRod Tightening
Sequence (FIGURE 8) until spring iscompletely compressed. Besure each hollow tierod slides into
counterbore inendcap. Do not over tighten bolts. Refer to Assembly Torque Requirement Table
(FIGURE 9).
X. Install position indicator (13) and pointer (16). Assemble adjusting screws (37), thread seals (36), and
jam nut (38).
Y. Stroke actuator with rated supply air and check for leaks.