Sharp XL-E100H Installation guide

with Non-Metallic Center Sections
E1
3: EXP VIEW
2: INSTAL & OP
1: PUMP SPECS
E1 Metallic Pumps
• Stainless Steel
4: WARRANTY
Service & Operating Manual
Original Instructions
Versa-Matic
1" Elima-Matic Bolted Metal – FDA
VERSA-MATIC® • Warren Rupp, Inc. • A Unit of IDEX Corporation
800 North Main Street, Mansfield, OH 44902 USA • Phone: (419) 526-7296 • www.versamatic.com
© Copyright 2012 Warren Rupp, Inc. All rights reserved
Safety Information
IMPORTANT
WARNING
Read the safety warnings and instructions in this manual
before pump installation and start-up. Failure to comply with
the recommendations stated in this manual could damage the
pump and void factory warranty.
When the pump is used for materials that tend to settle out
or solidify, the pump should be flushed after each use to
prevent damage. In freezing temperatures the pump should be
completely drained between uses.
When used for toxic or aggressive fluids, the pump should
always be flushed clean prior to disassembly.
Before maintenance or repair, shut off the compressed air line,
bleed the pressure, and disconnect the air line from the pump.
Be certain that approved eye protection and protective clothing
are worn at all times. Failure to follow these recommendations
may result in serious injury or death.
Airborne particles and loud noise hazards. Wear eye and ear
protection.
CAUTION
Before pump operation, inspect all fasteners for loosening
caused by gasket creep. Retighten loose fasteners to prevent
leakage. Follow recommended torques stated in this manual.
Nonmetallic pumps and plastic components are not UV
stabilized. Ultraviolet radiation can damage these parts and
negatively affect material properties. Do not expose to UV light
for extended periods of time.
In the event of diaphragm rupture, pumped material may enter
the air end of the pump, and be discharged into the atmosphere.
If pumping a product that is hazardous or toxic, the air exhaust
must be piped to an appropriate area for safe containment.
Take action to prevent static sparking. Fire or explosion can
result, especially when handling flammable liquids. The pump,
piping, valves, containers and other miscellaneous equipment
must be properly grounded.
This pump is pressurized internally with air pressure during
operation. Make certain that all fasteners are in good condition
and are reinstalled properly during reassembly.
Grounding the Pump
To be fully groundable, the pumps must be ATEX Compliant. Refer to the nomenclature page for ordering information.
Optional 8 foot long (244 centimeters) Ground Strap is available for easy ground connection.
To reduce the risk of static electrical sparking, this pump must be grounded. Check the local
electrical code for detailed grounding instruction and the type of equipment required.
Refer to nomenclature page for ordering information.
WARNING
Take action to prevent static sparking.
Fire or explosion can result, especially
when handling flammable liquids. The
pump, piping, valves, containers or
other miscellaneous equipment must
be grounded.
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SECTION 2: Installation & Operation.......5
• Principle of Pump Operation
• Typical Installation Guide
• Troubleshooting
SECTION 3: Exploded View............................8
• Composite Drawings
• Parts List
• Materials Code
4: WARRANTY
3: EXP VIEW
SECTION 4: Warranty & Certificates.....10
• Warranty
• CE Declaration of Conformity - Machinery
2: INSTAL & OP
SECTION 1: Pump Specifications.................1
• Nomenclature
• Performance
• Materials
• Dimensional Drawings
1: PUMP SPECS
Table of Contents
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Explanation of Pump Nomenclature
Your Serial #: (fill in from pump nameplate)______________________________________
1: PUMP SPECS
Your Model
#:
(fill in from pump
nameplate)
Model #:
__ __________________
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VERSA-MATIC® MODEL IDENTIFICATION CODES
X X X X X X X X X X - X X X
Options (if applicable)
Revision Level
Construction Design
Valve Seat Material/Valve Seat O-ring Material
Valve Ball Material
Diaphragm Series
Diaphragm Material
Non-Wetted Parts
Wetted Parts
Pump Size
Model
Model E Elima-Matic U Ultra-Matic V V-Series RE AirVantage
Model
E Elima-Matic
Pump Size U Ultra-Matic
V V-Series
6 1/4" Pump Size
Wetted Parts
Non-Wetted Parts
Diaphragm Material
6 1/4"
A Aluminum
A Aluminum
1 Neoprene
Wetted PartsC Cast Iron
Non-Wetted
Parts 8 3/8"
S Stainless Steel
2 Buna-N Diaphragm Material
5 1/2"
Polypropylene
3 (FKM) Fluorocarbon
A Aluminum S Stainless Steel
AP Aluminum
1 Neoprene
7 3/4"
GroundableSteel
Acetal 4 Nordel 2 Nitrile (Nitrile)
C Cast Iron H Hastelloy C
SG Stainless
1 1"
P Polypropylene
Z PTFE-coated Aluminum 5 PTFE
S Stainless Steel
PJ Polypropylene
3 FKM (Fluorocarbon)
4 1-1/4" or 1-1/2"
K Kynar
Nickel-plated Aluminum
6 XL
H Alloy C G Groundable Acetal
GC Groundable
Acetal 7 Hytrel 4 EPDM
2 2"
Cast Iron
3 3"
B Aluminum
(screen mount) ZQ PTFE-coated
Epoxy-Coated Aluminum
9 Geolast
P Polypropylene
Aluminum
5 PTFE
8 3/8" 5 1/2" 7 3/4" 1 1" 4 1-1/4" or 1-1/2" Valve Ball Material
K Kynar J Nickel-plated AluminumConstruction
6 Santoprene
XL
Diaphragm Series
Valve Seat/Valve Seat O-ring Material
Design
2 2" C Cast Iron R Rugged
1 Neoprene G Groundable1Acetal
Neoprene
9 Bolted 7 Hytrel
D Dome3 3" 2 Buna-N B Aluminum (screen
2 Buna-Nmount) Q Epoxy-Coated Aluminum
0 Clamped
9 Geolast
X Thermo-Matic
3 (FKM) Fluorocarbon
3 (FKM) Fluorocarbon
T Tef-Matic (2-piece)
4 Nordel
4 Nordel
Diaphragm Series B Versa-Tuff
Valve(1-piece)
Ball Material
Valve Seat/Valve Seat
O-Ring Material Construction Design
5 PTFE
5 PTFE
R Rugged 1 Neoprene
1 Neoprene 6 XL
9 Bolted
F FUSION
(one-piece 6 XL
integrated
plate)
7 Hytrel
7 Hytrel
D Dome 2 Nitrile
2 Nitrile 0 Clamped
8 Polyurethane
8 Polyurethane
X Thermo-Matic 3 (FKM) Fluorocarbon
3 (FKM) Fluorocarbon
9 Geolast
9 Geolast
T Tef-Matic (2-piece) 4 EPDM
A Acetal 4 EPDM
A Aluminum w/ PTFE O-rings
B Versa-Tuff (1-piece) 5 PTFE 5 PTFE
S Stainless Steel
S Stainless Steel w/ PTFE O-rings
Carbon Steel w/ PTFE O-rings
F FUSION (one-piece 6 Santoprene XL 6 SantopreneCXL
H Hastelloy C w/ PTFE O-rings
integrated plate) 7 Hytrel 7 Hytrel
T PTFE Encapsulated Silicone O-rings
8 Polyurethane 9 Geolast A Acetal S Stainless Steel 1 • Model E1 Metallic Bolted
8 Polyurethane
9 Geolast
A Aluminum w/ PTFE O-Rings
S Stainless Steel w/ PTFE O-Rings
C Carbon Steel w/ PTFE O-Rings
H Alloy C w/ PTFE O-Rings
T PTFE Encapsulated Silicone O-Rings
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Material Profile:
Operating
Temperatures:
CAUTION! Operating temperature limitations are as follows:
Max.
Min.
Conductive Acetal: Tough, impact resistant, ductile. Good
abrasion resistance and low friction surface. Generally inert, with
good chemical resistance except for strong acids and oxidizing
agents.
190°F
88°C
-20°F
-29°C
EPDM: Shows very good water and chemical resistance. Has
poor resistance to oils and solvents, but is fair in ketones and
alcohols.
280°F
138°C
-40°F
-40°C
FKM: (Fluorocarbon) Shows good resistance to a wide range
of oils and sovents; especially all aliphatic, aromatic and
halogenated hydrocarbons, acids, animal and vegetable oils.
Hot water or hot aqueous solutions (over 70°F) will attack FKM.
350°F
177°C
-40°F
-40°C
Hytrel®: Good on acids, bases, amines and glycols at room
temperatures only.
220°F
104°C
-20°F
-29°C
Neoprene: All purpose. Resistance to vegetable oils. Generally
not affected by moderate chemicals, fats, greases and many
oils and solvents. Generally attacked by strong oxidizing acids,
ketones, esters and nitro hydrocarbons and chlorinated aromatic
hydrocarbons.
200°F
93°C
-10°F
-23°C
Nitrile: General purpose, oil-resistant. Shows good solvent, oil,
water and hydraulic fluid resistance. Should not be used with
highly polar solvents like acetone and MEK, ozone, chlorinated
hydrocarbons and nitro hydrocarbons.
190°F
88°C
-10°F
-23°C
Nylon: 6/6 High strength and toughness over a wide
temperature range. Moderate to good resistance to fuels, oils
and chemicals.
180°F
82°C
32°F
0°C
Polypropylene: A thermoplastic polymer. Moderate tensile
and flex strength. Resists stong acids and alkali. Attacked by
chlorine, fuming nitric acid and other strong oxidizing agents.
180°F
82°C
32°F
0°C
PVDF: (Polyvinylidene Fluoride) A durable fluoroplastic with
excellent chemical resistance. Excellent for UV applications.
High tensile strength and impact resistance.
250°F
121°C
0°F
-18°C
Santoprene®: Injection molded thermoplastic elastomer with
no fabric layer. Long mechanical flex life. Excellent abrasion
resistance.
275°F
135°C
-40°F
-40°C
UHMW PE: A thermoplastic that is highly resistant to a broad
range of chemicals. Exhibits outstanding abrasion and impact
resistance, along with environmental stress-cracking resistance.
180°F
82°C
-35°F
-37°C
Urethane: Shows good resistance to abrasives. Has poor
resistance to most solvents and oils.
150°F
66°C
32°F
0°C
Virgin PTFE: (PFA/TFE) Chemically inert, virtually impervious.
Very few chemicals are known to chemically react with PTFE;
molten alkali metals, turbulent liquid or gaseous fluorine and
a few fluoro-chemicals such as chlorine trifluoride or oxygen
difluoride which readily liberate free fluorine at elevated
temperatures.
220°F
104°C
-35°F
-37°C
Maximum and Minimum Temperatures are the limits for which these materials can be operated.
Temperatures coupled with pressure affect the longevity of diaphragm pump components.
Maximum life should not be expected at the extreme limits of the temperature ranges.
Metals:
Alloy C: Equal to ASTM494 CW-12M-1 specification for nickel and nickel alloy.
Stainless Steel: Equal to or exceeding ASTM specification A743 CF-8M for corrosion
resistant iron chromium, iron chromium nickel and nickel based alloy castings for
general applicaitons. Commonly referred to as 316 Stainless Steel in the pump industry.
For specific applications, always consult the Chemical Resistance Chart.
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Pumper Parts and its products
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Model E1 Metallic Bolted • 2
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Materials
Performance
Flow Rate
Adjustable to . . . . . . . 0-46 gpm (174.1 lpm)
Port Size
Suction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1" TRI-CLAMP
Discharge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1" TRI-CLAMP
Air Inlet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3/8" NPT
Air Exhaust . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1/2" NPT
Suction Lift
Dry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16' (4.9 m)
Wet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31' (9.4 m)
Max Solid Size (Diameter)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1/8" (3.2 mm)
Max Noise Level . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 dB(A)
Shipping Weights
Stainless Steel . . . . . . . . . . 36 lbs (16.3 kg)
Capacity Per Stroke: 0.047 Gal (0.18 L)
75
70
65
240
200
55
180
50
160
40
140
35
120
30
100
25
80
20
15
10
5
0
Meters
AIR CONSUMPTION IN SCFM
AIR PRESSURE IN PSI
220
60
45
5 10
100
20
Discharge Head in PSI
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E1 1" Bolted Metal
Rubber and TPE Fitted
SCFM M3/HR
5
8.5
10
17
20
34
30
51
80
30
60
40
60
20
40
20
0
0
Feet
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
Capacity in U.S. Gallons Per Minute
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
Capacity in Liters Per Minute
NOTE: Performance based on the following: elastomeric fitted pump, flooded suction, water at ambient conditions.
The use of other materials and varying hydraulic conditions may result in deviations in excess of 5%.
E1 1" Bolted Metal
PTFE Fitted
70
65
240
220
60
200
55
180
50
160
45
40
140
35
120
30
100
25
80
20
15
10
5
0
Meters
60
40
5
100
AIR CONSUMPTION IN SCFM
AIR PRESSURE IN PSI
10
20
80
Discharge Head in PSI
Flow Rate
Adjustable to . . . . . . . 0-36 gpm (136.3 lpm)
Port Size
Suction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1" TRI-CLAMP
Discharge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1" TRI-CLAMP
Air Inlet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3/8" NPT
Air Exhaust . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1/2" NPT
Suction Lift
Dry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11' (3.4 m)
Wet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31' (9.4 m)
Max Solid Size (Diameter)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1/8" (3.2 mm)
Max Noise Level . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 dB(A)
Shipping Weights
Stainless Steel . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 lbs (16.3 kg)
Capacity Per Stroke: 0.09 Gal (0.34 L)
75
SCFM M3/HR
5
8.5
10
17
20
34
30
51
30
60
40
20
20
0
Feet
0
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
160
180
Capacity in U.S. Gallons Per Minute
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
Capacity in Liters Per Minute
NOTE: Performance based on the following: PTFE fitted pump, flooded suction, water at ambient conditions.
The use of other materials and varying hydraulic conditions may result in deviations in excess of 5%.
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Dimensional Drawings
E1 Metallic Bolted
Dimensions in inches (mm dimensions in brackets)
The dimensions on this drawing are for reference only. A certified drawing can be requested if physical dimensions are needed.
10.72
272.39
3/8" NPT
AIR INLET
2.00
50.80
1/2" NPT
AIR EXHAUST
10.93
277.60
13.63
346.15
14.44
366.79
4.81
122.22
9.27
235.36
1.56
39.62
.38
9.53
1.98 O.D.
50.29
SUCTION TRICLAMP FLANGE
7.81
198.37
.44
11.18
1/2" NPT
AIR EXHAUST
4.81
122.22
3.56
90.47
9.27
235.36
1.70
43.18
10.15
257.81
BOTTOM VIEW
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Model E1 Metallic Bolted • 4
1: PUMP SPECS
8.13
206.38
1.98 O.D.
50.29
DISCHARGE TRICLAMP FLANGE
Principle of Pump Operation
Air-Operated Double Diaphragm (AODD) pumps are powered
by compressed air, nitrogen or natural gas.
The main directional (air) control valve ① distributes
compressed air to an air chamber, exerting uniform pressure
over the inner surface of the diaphragm ­②. At the same time,
the exhausting air ③ from behind the opposite diaphragm
is directed through the air valve assembly(s) to an exhaust
port ④.
As inner chamber pressure (P1) exceeds liquid chamber
pressure (P2), the rod ⑤ connected diaphragms shift
together creating discharge on one side and suction on the
opposite side. The discharged and primed liquid’s directions
are controlled by the check valves (ball or flap)⑥ orientation.
Air Line
2: INSTAL & OP
Discharged
Fluid
The pump primes as a result of the suction stroke. The
suction stroke lowers the chamber pressure (P3) increasing
the chamber volume. This results in a pressure differential
necessary for atmospheric pressure (P4) to push the fluid
through the suction piping and across the suction side check
valve and into the outer fluid chamber ⑦.
Discharge
Stroke
Suction
Stroke
Primed
Fluid
PUMP INSTALLATION AREA
SAFE AIR
Suction (side) stroking also initiates the reciprocating
EXHAUST
(shifting, stroking or cycling) action of the pump.DISPOSAL
The suction
AREA its
diaphragm’s movement is mechanically pulled through
stroke.
1" DIAMETER
AIR The diaphragm’s inner plate makes contact with an
EXHAUST PIPING
actuator plunger aligned to shift the pilot signaling valve.
Once actuated, the pilot valve sends a pressureMUFFLER
signal to the
opposite end of the main directional air valve, redirecting the
compressed air to the opposite inner chamber.
Submerged Illustration
MUFFLER
LIQUID
LEVEL
1" DIAMETER AIR
EXHAUST PIPING
SUCTION
LINE
Pump can be submerged if the pump materials of construction
are compatible with the liquid being pumped. The air exhaust
must be piped above the liquid level. When the MUFFLER
pumped product
source is at a higher level than the pump (flooded suction
condition), pipe the exhaust higher than the product source to
prevent siphoning spills.
LIQUID
LEVEL
1" DIAMETER AIR
EXHAUST PIPING
SUCTION
LINE
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Recommended Installation Guide
Available Accessories:
1. Surge Suppressor
2. Filter/Regulator
3. Air Dryer
1
Unregulated Air
Supply to Surge
Suppressor
Surge Suppressor
Pressure Gauge
Shut-Off Valve
Note: Surge Suppressor and
Piping must be supported after
the flexible connection.
Pipe Connection
(Style Optional)
Flexible Connector
Discharge
Check
Valve
2
Flexible Connector
Air Inlet
3
Vacuum
Gauge
Flexible
Connector
Filter Regulator
Air Dryer
Suction
CAUTION
Note: Pipe weight should not be supported
by pump connections.
Shut-Off Valve
Drain Port
Pipe Connection
(Style Optional)
The air exhaust should
be piped to an area
for safe disposition
of the product being
pumped, in the event of
a diaphragm failure.
Installation And Start-Up
Locate the pump as close to the product being pumped as possible. Keep the suction line length and number of fittings to a minimum. Do not reduce the suction line
diameter.
Air Supply
Connect the pump air inlet to an air supply with sufficient capacity and pressure to achieve desired performance. A pressure regulating valve should be installed to
insure air supply pressure does not exceed recommended limits.
Air Valve Lubrication
The air distribution system is designed to operate WITHOUT lubrication. This is the standard mode of operation. If lubrication is desired, install an air line lubricator
set to deliver one drop of SAE 10 non-detergent oil for every 20 SCFM (9.4 liters/sec.) of air the pump consumes. Consult the Performance Curve to determine air
consumption.
Air Line Moisture
Water in the compressed air supply may cause icing or freezing of the exhaust air, causing the pump to cycle erratically or stop operating. Water in the air supply can
be reduced by using a point-of-use air dryer.
Air Inlet And Priming
To start the pump, slightly open the air shut-off valve. After the pump primes, the air valve can be opened to increase air flow as desired. If opening the valve
increases cycling rate, but does not increase the rate of flow, cavitation has occurred. The valve should be closed slightly to obtain the most efficient air flow to pump
flow ratio.
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2: INSTAL & OP
Shut-Off
Valve
Drain Port
Muffler
(Optional Piped Exhaust)
Troubleshooting Guide
Symptom:
Pump Cycles Once
Pump Will Not Operate
/ Cycle
2: INSTAL & OP
Pump Cycles and Will
Not Prime or No Flow
Potential Cause(s):
Deadhead (system pressure meets or exceeds air
supply pressure).
Air valve or intermediate gaskets installed incorrectly.
Bent or missing actuator plunger.
Pump is over lubricated.
Lack of air (line size, PSI, CFM).
Check air distribution system.
Discharge line is blocked or clogged manifolds.
Deadhead (system pressure meets or exceeds air
supply pressure).
Blocked air exhaust muffler.
Pumped fluid in air exhaust muffler.
Pump chamber is blocked.
Cavitation on suction side.
Check valve obstructed. Valve ball(s) not seating
properly or sticking.
Product Leaking
Through Exhaust
Valve ball(s) missing (pushed into chamber or
manifold).
Valve ball(s)/seat(s) damaged or attacked by product.
Check valve and/or seat is worn or needs adjusting.
Suction line is blocked.
Excessive suction lift.
Suction side air leakage or air in product.
Pumped fluid in air exhaust muffler.
Over lubrication.
Icing.
Clogged manifolds.
Deadhead (system pressure meets or exceeds air
supply pressure).
Cavitation on suction side.
Lack of air (line size, PSI, CFM).
Excessive suction lift.
Air supply pressure or volume exceeds system hd.
Undersized suction line.
Restrictive or undersized air line.
Suction side air leakage or air in product.
Suction line is blocked.
Pumped fluid in air exhaust muffler.
Check valve obstructed.
Check valve and/or seat is worn or needs adjusting.
Entrained air or vapor lock in chamber(s).
Diaphragm failure, or diaphragm plates loose.
Diaphragm stretched around center hole or bolt holes.
Premature Diaphragm
Failure
Cavitation.
Excessive flooded suction pressure.
Pump Cycles Running
Sluggish/Stalling,
Flow Unsatisfactory
Misapplication (chemical/physical incompatibility).
Unbalanced Cycling
Incorrect diaphragm plates or plates on backwards,
installed incorrectly or worn.
Excessive suction lift.
Undersized suction line.
Pumped fluid in air exhaust muffler.
Suction side air leakage or air in product.
Check valve obstructed.
Check valve and/or seat is worn or needs adjusting.
Entrained air or vapor lock in chamber(s).
Recommendation(s):
Increase the inlet air pressure to the pump. Pump is designed for 1:1 pressure ratio at zero flow.
(Does not apply to high pressure 2:1 units).
Install gaskets with holes properly aligned.
Remove pilot valve and inspect actuator plungers.
Set lubricator on lowest possible setting or remove. Units are designed for lube free operation.
Check the air line size and length, compressor capacity (HP vs. cfm required).
Disassemble and inspect main air distribution valve, pilot valve and pilot valve actuators.
FUSION DIAP
Check for inadvertently closed discharge line valves. Clean discharge manifolds/piping.
Increase the inlet air pressure to the pump. Pump is designed for 1:1 pressure ratio at zero flow.
(Does not apply to high pressure 2:1 units).
Remove muffler screen, clean or de-ice, and re-install.
Disassemble pump chambers. Inspect for diaphragm rupture or loose diaphragm plate assembly.
Disassemble and inspect wetted chambers. Remove or flush any obstructions.
Check suction condition (move pump closer to product).
Disassemble the wet end of the pump and manually dislodge obstruction in the check valve pocket.
Clean out around valve ball cage and valve seat area. Replace valve ball or valve seat if damaged.
Torque Setting:
Use heavier valve ball material.
300 in-lbs.
Worn valve ball or valve seat. Worn fingers in valve ball cage (replace part). Check Chemical
Resistance Guide for compatibility.
22
Check Chemical Resistance Guide for compatibility.
Inspect check valves and seats for wear and proper setting. Replace if necessary.
25
Remove or flush obstruction. Check and clear all suction screens or strainers.
For lifts exceeding 20’ of liquid, filling the chambers with liquid will prime the pump in most cases.
Visually inspect all suction-side gaskets and pipe connections.
Disassemble pump chambers. Inspect for diaphragm rupture or loose diaphragm plate assembly.
Set lubricator on lowest possible setting or remove. Units are designed for lube free operation.
Remove muffler screen, de-ice, and re-install. Install a point of use air drier.
Clean manifolds to allow proper air flow
Increase the inlet air pressure to the pump. Pump is designed for 1:1 pressure ratio at zero flow.
(Does not apply to high pressure 2:1 units).
Check suction (move pump closer to product).
Check the air line size, length, compressor capacity.
For lifts exceeding 20’ of liquid, filling the chambers with liquid will prime the pump in most cases.
Decrease inlet air (press. and vol.) to the pump. Pump is cavitating the fluid by fast cycling.
Meet or exceed pump connections.
Install a larger air line and connection.
Visually inspect all suction-side gaskets and pipe connections.
Remove or flush obstruction. Check and clear all suction screens or strainers.
Disassemble pump chambers. Inspect for diaphragm rupture or loose diaphragm plate assembly.
Disassemble the wet end of the pump and manually dislodge obstruction in the check valve pocket.
Inspect check valves and seats for wear and proper setting. Replace if necessary.
Purge chambers through tapped chamber vent plugs. Purging the chambers of air can be dangerous.
Replace diaphragms, check for damage and ensure diaphragm plates are tight.
Check for excessive inlet pressure or air pressure. Consult Chemical Resistance Chart for compatibility
with products, cleaners, temperature limitations and lubrication.
Enlarge pipe diameter on suction side of pump.
Move pump closer to product. Raise pump/place pump on top of tank to reduce inlet pressure.
Install Back pressure device (Tech bulletin 41r). Add accumulation tank or pulsation dampener.
Consult Chemical Resistance Chart for compatibility with products, cleaners, temperature limitations
and lubrication.
Check Operating Manual to check for correct part and installation. Ensure outer plates have not been
worn to a sharp edge.
For lifts exceeding 20’ of liquid, filling the chambers with liquid will prime the pump in most cases.
Meet or exceed pump connections.
Disassemble pump chambers. Inspect for diaphragm rupture or loose diaphragm plate assembly.
Visually inspect all suction-side gaskets and pipe connections.
Disassemble the wet end of the pump and manually dislodge obstruction in the check valve pocket.
Inspect check valves and seats for wear and proper setting. Replace if necessary.
Purge chambers through tapped chamber vent plugs.
For additional troubleshooting tips contact After Sales Support at service.warrenrupp@idexcorp.com or 419-524-8388
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Composite Repair Parts Drawing
FUSION DIAPHRAGM ASSEMBLY
30
PHRAGM ASSEMBLY
31
21
30
22
22
Torque Setting:
300 in-lbs.
33
Torque Setting:
120 in-lbs.
PTFE 2-PEICE DIAPHRAGM ASSEMBLY
23
22
21
23
3
21
25
4
11
Torque Setting:
120 in-lbs.
PTFE 2-PEICE DIAPHRAGM ASSEMBLY
5
6
4
24
6
1
8
24
Torque Setting:
30 in-lbs. 19
9
2
7
19
2
12
10
12
32
14
16
Torque Setting:
300 in-lbs.
27
Torque Setting:
300 in-lbs.
27
20
13
32
15
15
25
21
29
24
13
24
25 28
28
18
18
26
26
14
16
17
21
29
17
20
34
30
22
31
22
30
30
31
Torque Setting:
120 in-lbs.
31
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3: EXP VIEW
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3: EXP VIEW
Composite Repair Parts List
Item #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
4
Item #
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Qty.
1
1
8
1
6
2
4
1
Item #
Qty.
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
2
1
2
2
2
2
4
4
Item #
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
30
31
32
Qty.
4
2
16
16
16
1
1
8
8
8
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Air Valve Assembly
Description
Part Number
Valve Body Assembly (Includes items 1-11)
031.V005.552
Valve Body
E100A
Valve Spool Assembly (Includes items 3&4)
E100BUB ASY
Large Valve Spool U-Cup
P98-104A
Small Valve Spool U-Cup
P98-104AUB
End Cap Assembly (Includes O-Ring)
E500D ASY
Reducing End Cap Assembly (Includes O-Rings)
E500DUB ASY
Staple
E500F
CT Air Diverter
E100CT
Air Diverter Plate
E100H
Air Valve Gasket
360.V002.360
Mounting Screws
S1004
Center Section Assembly
Description
Part Number
Center Section
E101A
Pilot Spool ASY (includes item 14)
775.V004.000
Pilot Spool O-Rings
560.023.360
Pilot Valve Sleeve ASY (includes item 16)
755.V004.000
Pilot Valve Sleeve O-Rings
560.101.360
Shaft/Pilot Retainer
670.V002.554
Retainer Screw
E101C
Muffler
VTM-4
Diaphragm Assembly / Elastomers
Description
Part Number
TPE/RUBBER
PTFE 2-Piece
PTFE Fusion
Main Shaft O-Ring
P50-403
Main Shaft
685.V001.120
P50-108
Diaphragm
V183TPEFG
V183TF-1
V183F
Back-Up Diaphragm
N/A
V183TB
N/A
Inner Diaphragm Plate
SV181C
N/A
Outer Diaphragm Plate
SV181B ASY
SV181TO
N/A
Valve Seat O-Ring
SV190TF
Valve Ball
V191TPEFG
V191TF
Wet End Assembly
Description
Part Number
Valve Seat
SV190
Water Chamber
SV185FG
Water Chamber Bolt
SV189D
Water Chamber Washer
SV189C
Water Chamber Nut
SV185B
Discharge Manifold
SV186FG
Suction Manifold
SV187FG
Manifold Bolt
SV189D
Manifold Washer
SV189C
Manifold Nut
SV185B
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Written Warranty
5 - YEAR Limited Product Warranty
Quality System ISO9001 Certified • Environmental Management Systems ISO14001 Certified
Versa-Matic warrants to the original end-use purchaser that no product sold by
Versa-Matic that bears a Versa-Matic brand shall fail under normal use and service due to a defect in material
or workmanship within five years from the date of shipment from Versa-Matic’s factory.
~ See complete warranty at http://www.versamatic.com/pdfs/VM%20Product%20Warranty.pdf ~
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
DECLARATION DE CONFORMITE • DECLARACION DE CONFORMIDAD • ERKLÄRUNG BEZÜGLICH EINHALTUNG DER VORSCHRIFTEN
DICHIARAZIONE DI CONFORMITÀ • CONFORMITEITSVERKLARING • DEKLARATION OM ÖVERENSSTÄMMELSE
EF-OVERENSSTEMMELSESERKLÆRING • VAATIMUSTENMUKAISUUSVAKUUTUS • SAMSVARSERKLÄRING
DECLARAÇAO DE CONFORMIDADE
MANUFACTURED BY:
FABRIQUE PAR:
FABRICADA POR:
HERGESTELLT VON:
FABBRICATO DA:
VERVAARDIGD DOOR:
TILLVERKAD AV:
FABRIKANT:
VALMISTAJA:
PRODUSENT:
FABRICANTE:
VERSA-MATIC®
Warren Rupp, Inc.
A Unit of IDEX Corporation
800 North Main Street
P.O. Box 1568
Mansfield, OH 44901-1568 USA
Tel: 419-526-7296
Fax: 419-526-7289
PUMP MODEL SERIES: E SERIES, V SERIES, VT SERIES, VSMA3, SPA15,
RE SERIES AND U2 SERIES
2006/42/EC
This product complies with the following European Community Directives:
Ce produit est conforme aux directives de la Communauté européenne suivantes:
on Machinery,
Este producto cumple con las siguientes Directrices de la Comunidad Europea:
to
Dieses produkt erfüllt die folgenden Vorschriften der Europäischen Gemeinschaft:
Questo prodotto è conforme alle seguenti direttive CEE:
Dir produkt voldoet aan de volgende EG-richtlijnen:
Denna produkt överensstämmer med följande EU direktiv:
Versa-Matic, Inc., erklærer herved som fabrikant, at ovennævnte produkt er i overensstemmelse med bestemmelserne i Direkktive:
Tämä tuote täyttää seuraavien EC Direktiivien vaatimukstet:
Dette produkt oppfyller kravene til følgende EC Direktiver:
Este produto está de acordo com as seguintes Directivas comunitárias:
This product has used the following harmonized standards to verify conformance:
Ce materiel est fabriqué selon les normes harmonisées suivantes, afin d’ en garantir la conformité:
Este producto cumple con las siquientes directrices de la comunidad europa:
Dieses produkt ist nach folgenden harmonisierten standards gefertigtworden, die übereinstimmung wird bestätigt:
Questo prodotto ha utilizzato i seguenti standards per verificare la conformita´:
De volgende geharmoniseerde normen werden gehanteerd om de conformiteit van dit produkt te garanderen:
För denna produkt har följande harmoniserande standarder använts för att bekräfta överensstämmelse:
Harmoniserede standarder, der er benyttet:
Tässä tuotteessa on sovellettu seuraavia yhdenmukaistettuja standardeja:
Dette produkt er produsert i overenstemmelse med fløgende harmoniserte standarder:
Este produto utilizou os seguintes padrões harmonizados para varificar conformidade:
Dave Roseberry
Engineering Manager
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EN809:1998+
A1:2009
DATE: August 10, 2011
AUTHORIZED / APPROVED BY:
Approuve par:
Aprobado por:
Genehmigt von:
approvato da:
Goedgekeurd door:
Underskrift:
Valtuutettuna:
Bemyndiget av:
Autorizado Por:
according
Annex VIII
FECHA:
DATUM:
DATA:
DATO:
PÄIVÄYS:
VMQR 044FM
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Model E1 Metallic Bolted • 10
Genuine Parts, Real Value
vs.
Kit: Annual
Savings
=
$1,299
Partial Repair
Repair Kit
Ordering Parts Kits
Over Individual
Components:
• Reduces frequency of repairs
• Reduces downtime
• Reduces cost
• Increase your uptime
• Improve parts availability
• Extended service life
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COST OF
WET END
REPAIR
Parts
Partial Repair Complete Repair
(1 Diaphragm)
Kit
$56
$148
Labor
$125
$125
Lost Product
$200
$200
Down-Time
$1,000
$1,000
Annual Frequency
of Repair
Estimated
Cost Per Repair:
Estimated
Annual Cost:
Estimated
Annual Savings:*
2
1
$1,381
$1,473
$2,772
$1,473
$0
$1,299
Example Data:
Repair = 1 hour • Pump model #: E2AA2D220-OE • Buna wet-end repair
Labor rate fully burdened at $125/hour • Lost product assumes paint