GrowerSELECT AS-36E Series Airstorm Fiberglass Fan Installation Manual

Hog Slat Inc. Newton Grove, NC USA November 2019 19 Air Storm Fans General Installation Notes: Make sure that power is disconnected from system prior to servicing. Installation of this equipment and related OEM equipment should be in accordance with these instructions, OEM’s installation instructions and local codes (if applicable). Failure to follow specified instructions may cause damage to equipment and/or personal injury or death. Take special note of any Warnings or Safety Decals on the equipment and in manuals. Always wear protective clothing and any applicable Personal Protective Equipment (Safety Glasses and/or Ear Plugs) when working with the equipment. Discarded materials, equipment and boxes should be recycled in accordance with local and national codes. Safety Instructions: Read all safety messages in this manual and on equipment safety decals. Follow recommended precautions and safe operating practices. Ground all electrical equipment for safety. Ground all non-current carrying metal parts to guard against electrical shock. Pre-Operation Assessment Before beginning fan operation, please follow the below checklist to ensure that:  Fan power cord securely connected to a good power supply.  All safety labels are visible to personnel that will work in the area.  Exit wire guard and inlet shutter are in place and secured to the fan housing.  No foreign objects are protruding through the fan housing. Operation At all times during operation, fan orifice should be free of debris. In the event any component of the fan is compromised, discontinue use immediately and contact your local Hog Slat representative. Maintenance In order to begin any maintenance or service to the fan, power must be turned OFF and all moving parts must come to a complete STOP before accessing. All parts inside of the fan housing are accessed by removing the exit wire guard and inlet shutter. Once service is complete, clean excessive build-up from parts. Excessive dust and dirt on parts can cause vibration in the propeller and overheating of the motor. Before beginning operation again, ensure that all safeguards are back in place and all foreign objects are free from the area.