5. Remove the attached piping (figure 3, items 4 and 5) from the threaded globe stop check valve (figure 3,
item 3). Retain the piping for installation.
Figure 3. Typical Threaded Globe Stop Check Valve
Do not allow cleaning solvents to come in contact with unprotected skin or eyes.
Prolonged skin contact can cause illness or injury. Eye contact can cause seri-
ous injury. Always wear chemical protective gloves and goggles when handling
hydraulic fluid, engine oil, and cleaning solvents. Failure to follow these precau-
tions can result in illness or serious injury.
Removing components by means of wire brushing produces flying particles. These
particles can cause serious injury to personnel. Protective goggles, gloves, and
long sleeves must be worn at all times during wire brushing operations. Failure
to comply with this warning can result in serious injury to personnel.
1. Clean the threaded ends of the piping (figure 3, items 4 and 5) with a wire brush and apply antiseizing tape to
the threaded ends of the piping.
Failure to use two wrenches while tightening pipe fittings, couplings, and valves may
cause damage to the valves, fittings, couplings, and piping. Always use two wrenches.
2. Install the piping (figure 3, items 4 and 5) in the threaded globe stop check valve (figure 3, item 3).