Pivotal Edge – FAQs
Once the cover reaches the closed proximity switch it will be securely latched into the six cast hold downs. The pneumatic seal is inflated to 40 psi for a typical road tanker using regulated and filtered truck air.
Static testing to 65 psi has been done.
The cover is designed to require minimal maintenance item that need to be watched are:
• Excessive hardened product buildup.
• Air leaks around the seal.
• Binding of components
• Check for abrasions on air lines
However it is good practice to clean excess product build up off the unit once every few months and initiate a maintenance schedule every 3 to 6 months
See recommended Maintenance in Resource section
If the inflatable seal develops a leak it can be replace by removing the top cover. This should be done in a safety cage. Replacement should only take a few minutes. The seal requires no adhesives to hold it into place.
They are easy to install. No specialty tools are required. Takes between two to four man hours to install. You will find an installation guide in the resources section