Doubling the lube film thickness will have no affect on existing setups. However, all setups created after the change by using Auto Setup will take the new lube film thickness setting into account.Tags: lube film, lube film thickness, spr-2000, thickness
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- 2014-02-05 19:35
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- What can be used for an input with the SPR-2000™?
- My new setup created with Auto Setup delivers too little fluid and I would like to try doubling the amount, what should I do?
- Every time I create a setup using Auto Setup, I always have to either double my duration time or cut my count value in half in order to get the proper amount of fluid. What can I change so that any future setups that I create will have enough fluid?
- If my tank pressure is increased after the fluid flow was calibrated, how will my existing setups be affected?
- Will recalibrating the flow rate for a new tank pressure make my existing setups work correctly?
- If I want to change fluids, and I am satisfied with the amount of fluid that I am currently applying, how can I ensure the same amount will be applied with the new fluid?
- What effect would doubling the lube film thickness setting have on existing setups?
- If my fluid has a density of 7.3 lb/gallon, and I would like 290 mg of fluid applied per square foot, what do I need to do to achieve this?
- If I am using 2 fluids, how can I make sure that Auto Setup will work for either fluid?
- Why would I ever want to use more than one input?
- Why is it difficult to use one control panel for more than one press?
- In what circumstance would it work well to use one control panel for more than one press?
- What are the limitations of flow sensors?
- What is the purpose of the minimum valve duration setting?
- Every time I use the Auto Setup feature, the system consistently calculates very high count values. What should I do?
- What happens if power is interrupted?
- Is there a battery in the panel?
- How can an SPR2000 interface with my press controls?
- How does enabling the access code affect the use of the system?
- Is there any way to disable the PRIME button to prevent accidental use?
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