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  1. Flanged with Opposite Side Support Installation Instructions Quick Installation Guide 00825-0200-4809 rev. DB – 485 00825-0100-4585 rev. AA – 585

  2. Mark the Locations for Drilling the Mounting Holes • Mark the location for the first hole • Use a pipe tape to find and mark the location of the opposite side hole

  3. Drill the Holes into the Pipe Using a Drill Bit or Hole Saw The mounting holes must be 180° degrees apart to ensure Tag with correct drill hole size attached to the Annubar

  4. Hole Sizes for Each Annubar Type 485 585

  5. Clean the Area with a Grinder to Prepare for the Surface for Welding

  6. Mounting Should be Welded So the Bolt Holes Straddle Pipe Center Line • The mounting hardware should be gapped 1/16th inch for welding • Use weld rod to do this • It should also be centered over the drilled hole

  7. Tack Weld the Mounting Hardware with 4 Equal Length Tacks • Tack weld anywhere on the mounting hardware • Then again directly across from the first tack weld • Then on the other 2 sides 1 3 2

  8. Check to See that the Mounting Hardware is Level and Square • If it’s not, use a rubber mallet to lightly adjust the hardware and recheck

  9. Verify that the ODF Dimension Matches What is Listed in the QIG The ODF is the dimension from outside pipe diameter to face of flange 485 585

  10. Verify that the ODF Dimension Matches What is Listed in the QIG The ODF is the dimension from outside pipe diameter to face of flange

  11. Complete a Continuous Weld Around the Perimeter of the Unit

  12. Insert the Annubar Sensor to Align the Opposite Side Support (OSS) Round tip of the Annubar Sockolet or threadolet Welded or threaded OSS Plug The tip of the Annubar should engage the OSS Support Plug a minimum of ½ inch

  13. Gap the Threadolet or Sockolet 1/16” and tack weld it into place • With the Annubar inside

  14. Remove the Annubar and Complete a Continuous Weld Around the Sockolet or Threadolet

  15. Weld or Thread the Opposite Side Support Plug Threaded OSS Welded OSS Insert the OSS Plug into the Sockolet, then gap it 1/16” (provides socket weld gap) and tack weld it in place. Then complete a continuous weld around the OSS Plug. First wrap the threads with the appropriate tape sealant. Then thread the OSS Plug into the threadolet. The Annubar Sensor should not be installed for this step (This would cause irreparable damage to the Annubar)

  16. Insert the Annubar • With the appropriate gasket • Verify the flow arrow on the side of the Annubar is pointing in the right direction

  17. Tighten the Bolts in a Cross Pattern to Appropriate Torque Specification