How do you replace the induction switch of an EVO belt filter?Danny Plugge
A belt filter is used for filtering small to large dirt and is available for normal to very large flows. In this video, we show you step by step how to replace the induction switch on an EVO belt filter.
- When placing a new sensor onto an EVO band-pass filter, first disconnect the power from the switch box.
- Loosen the locking screws of the induction switch and remove the old switch.
- Then take the induction switch from its packaging. Tighten one locking screw onto it.
- Place the switch and tighten the second locking screw onto the induction switch.
- Move the float rod upwards to check whether the induction switch is mounted at an appropriate distance.
- And to determine whether the switch ‘sees’ the float.
- Make sure that the float pin can never touch the switch.
- Finally tighten the locking screws firmly and once again check the functioning on the float.
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