Masterflex HANDY-700 Operating instructions

seepex Inc.
511 Speedway Drive
Enon, Ohio 45323
Tel +1 (937) 864-71 50
Fax+1 (937) 864-71 57
sales@seepex.net
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Operating and Assembly Instruction
Progressive Cavity Pump
24h Helpline:
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Commission No.
Type
BW 5
Job#
2100000
Read instructions before
beginning any work!
Issue: 03.31.2009
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OM.DES.01e
OM.INS.08e
OM.COM.01e
OM.MAI.99e
OM.PJT.16e
OM.HBD.01e
OM.REC.01e
OM.ACC.01e
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OM.SEA.02e
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Declaration of conformity group N
General
Safety
Transport and Intermediate Storage
Description of the seepex pump and Accessories
Assembly and Installation
Commissioning/De-commissioning
Service and Maintenance
Pin Joint Assembly Range BW10
Holding Band Re-assembly
Breakdown, reasons, remedies
Auxiliary seepex documentation
data sheet
sectional drawing
Part list
Shaft Sealing
Wearing parts and Gaskets
Tools
Electrical Connection of Frequency Inverters
Long-Term Preservation
Manufacturer's documents from sub-supplier
geared motor
seepex Subsidiaries
technical notes
dimension for stator replacement 'P
ref.item 5.2.1.3
special grease for pin joint
ref.item 7.2.1.3
240 mm
Typ 30321
14 cm3
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EC Declaration of Conformity
complying with the Machinery Directive 98/37/EC, Appendix II A
Manufacturer:
Address:
seepex GmbH
Scharnhölzstrasse 344
D-46240 Bottrop
We hereby declare that the following product
Progressive cavity pump
of ranges
• BN, BE, BK, BS, BC, BCSB, BCSO, BW, BA, MD, MDC, MDF, MDP
as block pump complete with flanged drive
and ranges
• NS, N, S, C, CSB, CSO
as pump with free bareshaft, with drive
as pump with drive preassembled on a common baseplate
meets the regulations of the above mentioned directive as well as its
amendments which are valid at the time of declaration.
The following harmonized standards are applicable:
DIN EN ISO 12100-1
DIN EN ISO 12100-2
DIN EN 294
DIN EN 809
DIN EN 811
Safety of machinery Part 1
Safety of machinery Part 2
Safety distances to prevent danger zones being
reached by the upper limbs
Pumps and pump units for liquids
Safety distances to prevent danger zones being
reached by the lower limbs
The appertaining operating instruction includes important safety advices and
rules for installation, commissioning and maintenance of the seepex machinery.
The safeguarding of the machinery against inadmissible pressure, dry running
and wrong direction of rotation must be ensured at site.
Bottrop, 16.09.2005
i.V. Klemens Fockenberg
Manager Engineering
seepex GmbH
Rechtsform:
GmbH
HRB 9350 Gelsenkirchen
i.V. Roland Hecker
Manager Quality Assurance
seepex GmbH
Geschäftsführender
Gesellschafter:
Ulli Seeberger
3
seepex GmbH
Scharnhölzstraße 344
46240 Bottrop
Postfach 10 15 64
46215 Bottrop
PO Box 10 15 64
46215 Bottrop
Germany
Tel +49.2041.996-0
Fax +49.2041.996-400
info@seepex.com
www.seepex.com
General
1.0
General
1.2.7
EEC Machine Directive
1.1
Application
1.2.7.1
Manufacturer's Declaration
These operating instructions contain basic information on the installation, commissioning and
maintenance of seepex machines. Compliance with
the work steps described in the individual sections is
essential.
seepex Manufacturer's Declaration as required by the
EEC Machine Directive 89/392/EEC, Appendix II B:
1.2
Details of the seepex machines
1.2.1
Operating Instructions
The seepex machines delivered in accordance with
our design are intended to be fitted in one machine or
assembled together with other machines to form one
machine/plant. The commissioning of the machine is
forbidden until such a time as has been established
that the entire machine/plant satisfies the
requirements of the EEC Directive for Machines as
amended 91/368/EEC and 93/44/EEC.
The Commission Number (comm. no) assigns the
operating instructions to a particular seepex
machine. The operating instructions are produced in
relation to a specific job/commission and are valid
only for the machine whose comm. no. is identical
with that indicated on the cover sheet and
possessing the associated data sheet, Point 9.
Particular attention must be paid to the safety
requirements specified in EN809 (s and Equipment
for Fluids) as well as the information in these
operating instructions.
1.2.2
Manufacturer
seepex machines possessing no safety accessories
do not fulfill the requirements of the EEC Machine
Directive 89/392/EEC as amended 91/368/EEC and
93/44/EEC.
The machines were manufactured by seepex.
1.2.3
Range, Size, Version
For this reason, no Declaration of Conformity as
required by the EEC Machine Directive 89/392/EEC,
Appendix IIA can be issued before appropriate safety
devices have been installed/mounted on the machine
and/or plant with due regard to the information given
in these operating instructions.
of the machines are stated in the appended data
sheet, Point 9.
1.2.4
Machine Comm. No. and Year of Construction
The following harmonized standards are particularly
applicable:
EN 809, EN292T1, EN292T2
Applicable national standards and specifications must
be taken into consideration.
are stated on the type plate at the machine.
1.2.5
Release Date of the Operating Instructions
is stated on the cover sheet of the operating
instructions.
1.2.6
Modifications, Notes of Modification
If modifications to the machines are
carried out in agreement with seepex, a new set
of operating instructions will be provided, or the
existing operating instructions will be supplemented by
an additional sheet together with a new cover sheet.
The date of modification and modification index will be
noted on the new cover sheet.
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Declaration of Conformity
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Following assessment of the conformity of the
machine/plant with the EEC Machine Directive,
customers may on their own initiative place on the
full machine/plant the EEC symbol 'CE' as defined in
Identification Directive 93/68/EEC.
CAUTION
This documentation must be kept available for at
least 10 years.
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General
1.2.8
Copyright and Industrial Property Rights
1.3.2
Company Address, Service Addresses
These operating instructions are copyrighted. The
reproduction, in particular by photocopying, of these
instructions is not permitted (§§ 54, 54 UrhG) and
constitutes a criminal offence (§ 106 UrhG).
Proceedings will be instituted if the copyright is
violated.
see Point 11
1.2.9
Specifications Required for Inquiries and Orders
The following information must be included when
inquiring about replacement parts or placing orders:
- comm. no.
- / machine type
This information is given on the type plate mounted
the machine.
1.2.10
Technical Data Sheet
see Point 9.
1.2.11
Performance Data, Load Index, Power
Consumption
are indicated in the associated data sheet, Point 9.
1.2.12
Sound Pressure Level
The sound pressure level and/or noise characteris-tics
of the seepex machines are ascertained in
accordance with DIN 45635. The measuring
guidelines are largely identical with the international
standards ISO 3740-1980 and ISO 3744-1981.
1.2.13
Operating Range
Employment of the machine is not permissible for
purposes other than those stated in the data sheet,
see Point 9. seepex cannot accept liability for damage
arising through failure to comply with this operating
range.
1.3
Supplementary Information
1.3.1
Accessories, Optional Extras
Please refer to the data sheet, Point 9.
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Safety
2.0
Safety
2.2
Personnel Qualifications and Training
These operating instructions contain basic requirements to be observed during the installation, operation and maintenance of the machine. Therefore, the
instructions must be read by the mechanical fitter and
by the technical personnel/operator responsible for
the machine prior to assembly and commissioning,
and kept available at the operating site of the
machine/plant at all times.
Personnel charged with operation, maintenance,
inspection and assembly must be in possession
of the appropriate qualifications for the tasks.
The company operating the machine must define
exact areas of responsibility, accountabilities and
personnel supervision schemes. Personnel lacking
the required skills and knowledge must receive
training and instruction. If necessary, the opera-ting
company may commission the manufacturer/
supplier to conduct these training courses. Furthermore, the operating company must ensure that the
personnel fully understand the contents of the
operating instructions.
Compliance is required not only with the general
safety instructions given in this section but also with
the detailed instructions, e.g. for private usage, given
under the other main headings in these operating
instructions.
2.1
Labeling of Advice in the Operating Instructions
In these operating instructions safety advice whose
non-observance could lead to danger for life or limb is
labeled with the following general hazard symbol:
2.3
Dangers Resulting from Failure to Observe
Safety Instructions
Failure to comply with the safety instructions may
lead to hazards to life and limb as well as dangers
for the environment and the machine. Non-observance of safety instructions can invalidate the right of
claim to damages.
The following are just some examples of possible
dangers resulting from failure to comply with the
safety instructions:
safety symbol acc. to ISO 3864 - B.3.1
Warnings regarding electric power are labeled with:
- Failure of important machine/plant functions
- Failure of prescribed methods of service and
maintenance
- Danger to life and limb due to electrical,
mechanical and chemical influences
safety symbol acc. to ISO 3864 - B.3.6
Safety instructions whose non-observance could
jeopardize the machine and its functions are labeled
by the word
CAUTION
Always comply with instructions mounted directly on
the machine, e.g.
- rotational direction arrow
- fluid connection indicators
- Danger to the environment due to the leakage
of hazardous substances
2.4
Safety-conscious Working
Always comply with the safety instructions listed in
this document, the existing national accident
prevention regulations and any company-internal
work, operating and safety rules.
and ensure that the information remains legible.
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Safety
2.5
Safety Instructions for the Operating
Company/Machine Operator
2.7
Unauthorized Modification and Manufacture of
Replacement Parts
- Any potentially hazardous hot or cold machine
parts must be provided with protection against
accidental contact at the customer´s premises.
Conversions or modifications of the machine are
permissible only in consultation with the manufacturers. Original manufacturer replacement parts
and manufacturer-approved accessories enhance
the operational safety of the machine. The usage of
unauthorized parts may lead to the nullification of the
manufacturer's liability for any resultant damages.
- Protective guards for moving parts (e.g. coupling)
must never be removed while the machine is in
operation.
- Leakages (e.g. in the shaft seal) of hazardous
conveying liquids (e.g. explosive, toxic, hot) must
be drained in such a way that no danger arises for
persons or for the environment. Always observe
the relevant statutory requirements.
- The risk of exposure to electrical power must be
eliminated (for details, see the VDE regulations, for
example, or those of the local power supply
company).
2.8
Impermissible Modes of Operation
The operational safety of the machines supplied is
warranted only for employment in accordance with
the intended use as defined in Section 1 - General of these operating instructions. Never allow the
threshold values specified in the data sheet to be
exceeded.
2.6
Safety Instructions for Maintenance, Inspection
and Assembly Work
The operator must ensure that all maintenance,
inspection and assembly tasks are carried out by
authorized and qualified personnel who have studied
the operating instructions closely and become
sufficiently familiar with the machine.
As a basic rule, the machine must be brought to
a standstill before work is carried out. Always comply
with the de-commissioning procedure described in
this document.
Any machines or assemblies conveying media that
are detrimental to health must be decontaminated.
Immediately following completion of work, all safety
and protective devices must be replaced
in position and, where applicable, re-activated.
Before re-starting the machine, observe the points
listed under the heading "Initial Startup".
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Transport and
Intermediate Storage
3.0
Transport and Intermediate Storage
3.1
Safety Precautions
Employ appropriate transport means, hoists and
tools when transporting and storing the machine,
always observing the safety instructions.
3.2
Transport
Depending on its weight, the seepex machine must
be transported manually or with appropriate transport means. Comply with the transport instructions
on the packing.
3.3
Unpacking
The design of the packing is such that the equip-ment
can be removed manually or, if demanded by the
weight, by means of appropriate hoists.
Any screw fittings between the machine and the
packing must be undone. Comply with the attached
information notices and symbols.
3.4
Intermediate Storage/Preservation
Unless otherwise indicated in the data sheet, seepex
machines are provided with preservation only for the
duration of transport. If a long period of intermediate
storage is foreseen before the machine is
commissioned, it is necessary to pro-vide
supplementary preservation. If necessary,
the appropriate measures should be drawn up in
consultation with seepex.
Intermediate storage in extreme climatic conditions is
permissible only for machine whose design is
appropriate to the circumstances. If necessary,
seepex must be consulted.
CAUTION
Pumps of the range MAP
If the period from supply and subsequent storage until
the commissioning is more than 4 weeks, the hoses
should be dismantled, refer to Point 7.
3.5
Protection against Environmental Influences
To afford protection against environmental
influences, the intermediate storage location
must be dry, enclosed and free from frost.
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Description
4.
Description of the seepex Progressive Cavity
Pump and Accessories
4.5
Design Variants
4.1
General Description, Design and Mode of Operation
Like all progressive cavity pumps, seepex pumps
belong to the rotating positive-displacement pump
family. The characteristic attribute of these pumps is
the special formation and arrangement of the two
conveying elements, namely the rotor and the stator.
Refer to the data sheet, Point 9, for the design of the
seepex progressive cavity pump. Other design
variants are possible, whereby seepex must first
check whether a particular pump is suitable for the
intended purpose.
4.6
Operating Site Specifications
Operating site specifications are listed in the data
sheet, Point 9. Details of the space required for
installation, operation and maintenance are given in
Point 5.2.1.
The difference in the number of threads possessed
respectively by the rotor and stator produces a
chamber that opens and closes alternately in line
with the constant turning motion of the rotor,
effecting the continuous transportation of the
conveying product from the suction side to the
pressure side.
The geometrical formation of the two conveying
elements combined with the constant contact that
exists between them result in sealing lines that effect
an airtight seal between the suction and pressure
side in every position of the eccentric screw, even
when the pump is stationary. The pump owes its
high suction capacity to this
sealing between the suction and pressure sides.
4.2
Mechanical Design
Please consult the sectional drawing, Point 9,
for the mechanical design of the pump. The data
sheet, Point 9, gives information on the design of the
pump housing, stator, rotor and rotating components.
Refer to document OM. SEA. __, for information on
the design of the shaft seal.
The data sheet, specifies details of the design of the
drive engine. Further details are
given in the appended manufacturer's documents,
Point 10.
4.3
Accessories
Consult the data sheet for information.
4.4
Dimensions, Weight
Consult the appended dimensional drawing,
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5.0
Assembly/Installation
BW
5.1
Mounting tools/lifting gear
CAUTION
Pump falling over
Slight injury or damage to property may result.
Adhere to the lifting tool’s starting point.
Pay attention to the dimensions, weight and centre of gravity of the pump
Use suitable mounting tools/lifting gear.
5.2
Required space
The required space should be determined by considering the following factors:
• Dimensions and weight.
• Requisite transport and lifting equipment.
• Pipe routing – dismantling (stator construction dimensions).
5.3
Stator construction dimensions (P)
• Refer to the dimensional drawing.
5.4
Erection of the complete mounted pump
Erect in accordance with technical data (Chapter 3.0).
Heed dimensional drawing.
Tension-free mounting of the pump
Balance unevenness with suitable supports.
• Applies to mounting on foundations/load-bearing elements.
• Total areas of all pump bearing areas are resting on the surface.
Correct position of the drives
• All drives are set up ready for operation and mounted.
• Correct slipping of the drive during transport/installation of the pump by adjusting/fixing
the drive motor.
CAUTION
Safety protection equipment.
Slight injury or damage to property may result.
Connect safety protection equipment and activate.
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5.0
Assembly/Installation
BW
5.5
Energy supply to the seepex pump
DANGER
Supply voltage and power frequency
Death or serious injury will result.
Heed type plate on the pump.
Pay attention to manufacturer’s directions (Chapter 14.0).
Pay attention to safety regulations.
5.6
Pipe work
5.6.1
Suction and pressure connection
• Refer to the dimension drawing for the position, nominal pipe size and norm.
• Heed rotational direction/direction of flow.
5.6.2
Dimensioning of pipe work
• Adhere to specifications regarding pressure in the pressure or suction connection.
• Heed technical data (Chapter 3.0).
• Nominal pipe size of suction pipe = nominal pipe size of suction connection of pumps
5.6.3
Residue-free pipe work
NOTICE
Damage to property through assembly residue
No claims under guarantee if violated.
Keep all pipe work free of foreign objects.
Remove weld spatters, screws, steel chips etc.
5.6.4
Tension-free mounting
Assemble pipe work and other components in a tension-free manner.
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Commissioning/
De-commissioning
6.0
Commissioning/De-commissioning
6.2.5
Checking Direction of Rotation
6.1
Engineering Data
The rotational direction of the pump
determines the flow direction of the
conveying medium.
Details regarding all technical specifications and
operating conditions are given in these operating
instructions together with the data sheet, Point 9.
Flow direction
Flow direction
To guarantee the correct assignment of documentation to pump, the commission number on the
cover sheet
and data sheet of these operating instructions
must match the commission number stated on
the nameplate of the pump.
counter-clockwise
clockwise
6.1.1
See Point 7.2.2 for Lubricant Chart
Prior to commissioning the rotational direction of the
pump must be checked for compliance with the data
sheet specification and the rotational direction arrow
on the type plate of the pump.
6.2
Preparation for Operation
6.3
Control and Monitoring Equipment
6.2.1
Bearing
Where applicable, please refer to the associated
documents, Point 10, for information on
commissioning.
6.2.1.1
See Point 7.2.1.4 for pump bearing.
6.3.1
Performance Check
6.2.1.2
See manufacturer's documents, Point 10, for drive
bearings.
Any optional extras must be subjected to a
performance check in conformity with the
specifications by seepex or other manufacturers, see
manufacturer's documents.
6.2.2
Shaft Sealing
6.3.2
Setting
See document OM.SEA.__,.
6.2.3
Filling Up of Suction Side to Avoid Dry Running
at Startup
CAUTION
Before switching on the pump, fill the suction-sided
pump casing with fluid so that the first rotations will
lubricate the conveying elements immediately. A
small quantity of fluid is sufficient for lubrication; the
subsequent operation of the pump is self-priming,
even if an air column up to the liquid level remains.
Unless already performed in the factory, setting must
be carried out in accordance with the appended
manufacturer's specifications, Point 10. Pay attention
to the operating specifications in the data sheet.
6.2.4
Electric/Hydraulic Connections
The connections are listed in the
appended manufacturer's documents,
Point 10.
The risk of exposure to electrical
hazards must be ruled out. Always
observe the safety regulations valid
at the site of installation.
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De-commissioning
6.4
Equipment for Protection of Persons
For this reason it is necessary to ensure that the
suction-sided flow never dries up completely.
If a continuous flow cannot be guaranteed for the
plant, it is essential to fit the seepex dry running
protection device TSE, available as an optional
accessory.
Machines must be fitted with mechanical
protective devices complying with DIN EN
809.
Moving or working parts must be
protected against accidental contact.
6.5.3
Check Pressure at Suction and Pressure Flanges
However, safety considerations demand
it be possible at all times
to check without hindrance whether the
shaft seal is fully functional.
A protective guard is necessary in this
area only if components are mounted on
the rotating, smooth shaft.
6.5.3.1
Safeguard Pump Against Excessive
Pressure at the Suction Flange
The seepex pump is designed to
operate with the pressure at the suction
flange (suction head or inlet pressure)
specified in the data sheet. Deviating
pressure conditions may lead to the
failure and/or destruction of the shaft
seal or entire pump.
If pumps are operated with an open
suction flange/feed hopper, a suitable
protective guard complying with DIN EN
294 must be mounted.
Country-specific protective regu-lations
must be observed at the site of
installation.
Prior to activation of the pump, check the
proper function of all protective
equipment.
For this reason the suction pressure
specified in the data sheet must be
guaranteed. Appropriate monitoring
devices are oil-filled contact manometers that deactivate the pump.
6.5.3.2
Safeguard Pump Against Excessive Pressure at
the Pressure Flange
6.5
Commissioning
6.5.1
Initial Startup/Re-starting
CAUTION
Every seepex progressive cavity pump is designed
for the specific operating conditions documented in
the data sheet. Commissioning is permissible only if
the operating conditions conform with those
indicated in the data sheet. Although the potential
usages of the seepex pump are not confined to the
specified operating conditions, any change in the
original conditions must be checked and approved
by seepex.
The right to make claims under the warranty
agreement will be annulled if operating conditions
are changed without prior approval by seepex.
6.5.4
Drive Engine
6.5.2
Avoid Dry Running of Pump
CAUTION
The dry running of a pump increases the friction
between rotor and stator, quickly causing an
unacceptably high temperature to develop on the inner
surface of the stator. This overheating leads
to burning of the stator material and the total
failure of the pump.
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The seepex pump operates according to
the positive displacement principle.
Operation of the pump against an
excessive pressure caused by closed
valves, by high pressure losses in the
piping or by product sedimentation will
lead to the destruction of the pump,
drive, pipe work and/or downstream
equipment. Every progressive cavity
pump must therefore be protected
against overpressure. Safety valves with
bypass pipes or oil-filled contact
manometers that disactivate the pump
are appropriate protective devices.
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Consult the attached manufacturer's
operating instructions, Point 10, for
information on commissioning the drive
engine.
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6.5.5
Establish Clear Passage Through Pipelines
CAUTION
To prevent damage to the pump the unhindered flow
of liquid must be guaranteed between the points of
entry to and exit from the pipeline. For this reason,
open all relevant valves etc. prior to activation of the
pump.
6.6
De-commissioning
6.6.4
Disassembling the Pump
Dismantle the pipe work by removing the flange bolts
(SCH) and flange seals (DFL) or the threaded
connections (G).
Disassemble the pump together with the baseplate
(GPU) or, as applicable, without the baseplate (GPU)
following removal of the bolts (SCH) at the pump
feet.
Block-design pumps with direct flangemounted drive engine are liable to
become unstable during disassembly.
Stability can be restored by propping up
the drive engine.
6.6.1
De-activation
The electric connections must be
switched off and protected against
accidental re-activation. Observe the
safety regulations applying to the plants.
6.6.2
Stationary Pump
The pump and all optional equipment must be
provided with the following protection modes while at
a standstill:
-
Frost protection
Protection against solid particle deposits
Protection against sedimentation of the medium
Corrosion protection for parts in contact with
the medium
We recommend that the pipeline and pump be
emptied for the duration of the plant standstill.
Following evacuation, the pump should be preserved.
6.6.3
Evacuation of the Pump
The pipeline must be evacuated on the
suction and pressure side or shut-off
directly behind the pump connections.
Drain any residual liquid in the pump
casing by opening/ removing the
screwed sealing plugs (705) and (502),
sealing rings (706) and (503). Casings
without screwed plug must be
evacuated by the connection branch
(SAG and DRS). Refer to the data
sheet and the sectional drawing of the
associated operating instruction, Point
9, for information on the pump design.
Conveying medium residues always
remain in the rotor/ stator chambers
and may run out during transport or
disassembly of the pump. If conveying
aggressive or hazardous media,
therefore, wear appropriate protective
gear during all installation work.
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6.6.5
Preservation/Storage
The pump must be preserved prior to storage.
Appropriate preservation measures must be agreed
with seepex. Always state the pump commission
number when making inquiries.
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9.1
Demontage/
Wiedermontage
Pumpe
Range:
Size:
9.1.1
BW
5-10
Prepare the pump for dismantling
DANGER
Dangerous voltage.
Death or serious injury will result.
Heed safety regulations.
Disconnect pump from all sources of energy.
Secure electrical connections against restarting.
Empty pipes.
Allow pipes to cool down.
Remove pipe connections (suction
side/pressure side).
Heed decommissioning (Chapter 6._).
9.1.2
Demontage
WARNING
Tilting or falling pump
Injuries and/or damage to equipment. Death or
serious injury can result.
Secure the pump.
9.1.2.1
Druckstutzen (700) – Demontage
Dismantle pressure branches (700).
700
9.1.2.2
602
606
604
Stator (601) – dismantling
Remove stator (601) from suction casing (500).
601
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Demontage/
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9.1.2.3
Suction Casing (500) – dismantling
Dismantle suction casing (500).
Remove casing gasket (501).
500 210 212
9.1.2.4
501
Rotor (600) – dismantling
Remove Rotor (600) from plug in shaft (307).
Dismantling of joint (G)
- Rotating unit – individual parts (Chapter 9_)
600
9.1.2.5
G
307
Mechanical Seal (SEA) – dismantling
Detasch set screws (378).
Dismantle set collar (372), Mechanical seal
(SEA) and mechanical seal retainer (333).
Dismantle shaft sealing (Chapter 9._)
372
9.1.2.6
378 SEA
333
Plug in Shaft (307) – dismantling
307
309
Tool (W26/assembly
mandrel)
Remove plug in shaft pin (309) from plug in
shaft (307) with tool (W26).
Remove plug in shaft (307).
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Demontage/
Wiedermontage
Pumpe
9.1.3
Reassembly
WARNING
Tilting or falling pump/pump parts
Injuries and/or damage to equipment. Death or series
injury may result.
Secure the pump.
CAUTION
Danger of fingers being crushed
Slight injury may result.
Do not grasp between connections.
9.1.3.1
Plug in Shaft (307) – reassembly
FLS
Clean the flange mechanism surfaces (FLS) and
output pivots of the drive (ANT).
ANT
Slide on plug in shaft (307).
307
W26 309
Tool (W26/assembly
mandrel)
Insert the plug in shaft pin (309) into the plug in
shuft with tool (W26).
9.1.3.2
Mechanical Seal (SEA) - reassembly
Tool (W27/Mounting sleeve with
assembly mandrel)
Gleitringdichtungs-Aufnahme (333),
Gleitringdichtung (SEA) und Stellring (372) auf
Steckwelle (307) schieben.
Secure Mechanical Seal (SEA) with tool (W27)..
W27
372
SEA 333 307
Tighten the set collar (372) with set screws (378).
378
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9.1
Demontage/
Wiedermontage
Pumpe
Tool (W27/Mounting sleeve with
assembly mandrel)
W27
Dismantle tool (W27)..
9.1.3.3
Rotor (600) – reassembly
Assmble rotor (600).
Joint (G) reassembly
- Rotating unit – individual parts (Chapter 9_).
600
9.1.3.4
G
Sauggehäuse (500), Sauggehäusedichtung (501) – reassembly
SH
Provide rotor (600) with protective cover (SH).
Slide on casing gasket (501).
Assemble and adjust the pressure casing (500)
(water level).
500 210 212 501 600
9.1.3.5
Stator (601) – reassembly
Support rotor (600) with base (S) to prevent it falling
down.
Add lubricant (liquid soap) to the opening on the
pressure branch side between the rotor (600) and
stator (601).
Turn rotor (600) in the “right” rotating direction.
Add lubricant (liquid soap) to the opening on the
pressure branch side between the rotor (600) and
stator (601).
Turn Stator (601) in the „right“ rotating direction and
slide on the rotor (600).
Slide on the Stator (601) up to the collar of the
pressure casing (500).
9.1.3.6
601
600
500
Suction branch (700) – reassembly
Assemble suction (700) branch.
700
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606
604
9.2
Rotating Unit
Individual Parts
9.2.1
Dismantling
9.2.1.1
Dimantling of holding band (406, 407)
CAUTION
Danger of injury
Possible ejection of parts.
Slight injury or damage to property may result.
Wear protective goggles.
407
Detach holding band strap (SCL).
- Use suitable tool (WM).
Push out strap part of holding band
(SCL).
Remove holding band (406, 407).
9.2.1.2
406
Universal joint sleeve (405) – dismantling
405
Pull back universal joint sleeve (405).
9.2.1.3
Retaining sleeve (401) – dismantling
401 WM
Knock back retaining sleeve (401).
- Use suitable tool (WM).
9.2.1.4
Detach joint
Eject coupling rod pins (402).
Remove Rotor (600).
600
403
W5
403
402
Tool (W5/ Drift)
A
Knock guide bushing (403) out with
tool (W5).
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SCL
WM
9.2
Rotating Unit
Individual Parts
9.2.2
Rotating unit (RTE) – prepare individual parts for reassembly
9.2.2.1
Rotor (600)
Remove existing damage.
Clean the rotor (600).
Tool (W4/assembly
mandrel)
403
W4
403 600
403
W4
403 307
Press in the guide bushing (403)
- Use tool (W4).
9.2.2.2
Plug-in shaft (307)
Remove existing damage.
Clean the plug-in shaft (307).
Tool (W4/assembly
mandrel)
Press in the guide bushing (403)
- Use tool (W4).
9.2.3
Rotating unit (RTE) – individual parts – reassembly
HINWEIS
Faulty functioning of joints
Malfunctioning and/or destruction of joints.
Damage to property may result.
Replace the coupling rod pins (402) and guide bushing (403) jointly.
9.2.3.1
Rotor (600) / Plug in shaft (307) – reassembly
Slide the universal joint sleeve (405)
onto the Rotor (600).
Fill the joint head with seepex joint
grease.
Side on retaining sleeve (401).
Insert coupling rod pins (402).
Connect the Rotor (600)/plug in
shaft(307).
Slide in coupling rod pins (402).
600
405
600
405
401
402
Tool (W5/ Drift).
Knock the guide bushing (403) in.
- Use tool (W5).
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W5 403
9.2
Rotating Unit
Individual Parts
9.2.3.2
Retaining sleeve (401) - reassembly
W4 401
Tool (W4/ assembly
mandrel)
Knock back the retaining sleeve (401).
• Use tool (W4).
401 307
Secure the retaining sleeve (401) in a
displaced manner (2x180°).
• Use suitable tool (WK).
Tool (W15/Mounting plate)
Remove tool (W15).
9.2.3.3
Universal joint sleeve (405) – reassembly
600
405
Moisten the surface of the coupling rod
(400)/ interior of the universal joint
sleeve (405) with joint grease
(maintenance, Chapter 7.0).
Slide on the universal joint sleeve
(405).
405 WS
Vent the inside area of the joint.
Use suitable tool (WS).
407 405 406
Assemble holding band
Holding band assembly (Chapter 9._).
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Holding Band
Re-assembly
• Correct holding band tension (HBD)
Holding Band (HBD) - Assembly
Tools required for the re-assembly, see document
OM.SPT.01.
• Prepare holding band
Only prefabricated double-band holding bands
should be used. The diameter ( ) and in particular
the breadth (b) of the holding band is matched to the
universal joint sleeve.
• Test holding band
The bent holding band (HBD) must fit against the
holding band loop (SCL), if necessary apply
pressure with the tool/pliers (WZ).
Correct
Holding band
(HBD) has
slightly contracted outer
form of
univers-al joint
sleeve and is
stuck in
position.
Incorrect
Holding band
(HBD) is too
slack and
liable to slip.
Incorrect
Holding band
(HBD) is too tight.
Universal joint
sleeve will be
damaged/sheared
off.
• Folding back the holding band (HBD)
Slowly swivel mounting tool upward by 60°, at the
same time slackening the crank (KU) by
approximately one half revolution. Swivel cutting
lever (SH) forward until the pressure plate fits
against the holding band loop (SCL).
• Assembly of holding band
Insert holding band in tool (W3/ see Point 9). Hold
free end of holding band with control lever (EX),
turn crank (KU) until the holding band is strained
and fitting against the holding band loop (SCL).
Carefully contract holding band until it fits inside the
circular groove of the universal joint sleeve.
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Re-assembly
• Shearing off holding band (HBD) made of material
AISI 304 and AISI 316
A blow with the palm of the hand against the
cutting lever (SH) causes the end of the holding
band behind the loop (SCL) to be folded back and
sheared off. If the holding band on the sheared off
side is slightly raised as a result, it must be
straightened carefully.
CAUTION
Never tap or hammer against the loop of the
holding band (SCL), otherwise damage to the
universal joint sleeve may occur.
• Shearing off holding band (HBD) made of
Hastelloy C
The high strength of this material makes it
impossible to shear off the holding band (HBD)
with the cutting lever (SH). Once the end of the
holding band is folded back, cut off the holding
band (HBD), file off projecting edges and remove
burr.
• Check after mounting of holding band
The holding band must run all the way round the
groove of the universal joint sleeve.
The holding band (HBD) must be bent back and
sheared off at the holding band loop (SCL) in such a
way that the holding band (HBD) is unable to slip
back through the holding band loop (SCL). If this has
not been accomplished, then the holding band
(HBD) must be replaced by a new one.
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Breakdown,
Reasons,
Remedies
pump has no suction
pump conveys irregularly
the conveying capacity is not achieved
pressure is not achieved
pump does not start
pump has seized or has stopped conveying
pump operates noisily
motor becomes too warm
the stator wears out early
shaft sealing leaks
Breakdown
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seepex progressive cavity pumps will operate trouble-free if they are
used in accordance with our data sheet (see item 9) and our
operating and maintenance instructions:
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Adhesion between rotor and stator excessive (as delivered). Lubricate
(soft soap, genuine soap) between stator and rotor.
Then turn the pump by means of the tool W2 .
Check rotational direction of the pump per data sheet and nameplate. In
case of wrong direction, change wiring of motor.
Suction pipe or shaft sealing leak. Eliminate the leakage.
Suction head too high (item 6.5.3.1). Check suction head with vacuum
gauge. Increase the suction pipe diameter and fit larger filters. Open the
suction valve fully.
Viscosity of the liquid too high.
Check and accommodate per data sheet.
Wrong pump speed. Correct pump speed per data sheet.
Avoid inclusions of air in the conveying liquid.
Pressure head too high (point 6.5.3.2). Check pressure head with
manometer. Reduce the pressure head by increasing the pressure pipe
diameter or by shortening the pressure pipe.
Pump runs partially or completely dry (point 6.5.2). Check flow in the
suction chamber. Install dry running protection TSE.
Check coupling, possibly pump shaft is misaligned to drive. Check
whether coupling gear is worn. Realign coupling. The coupling gear has
perhaps to be replaced.
Speed too low. Increase the speed when high suction performances are
required and when the liquid is very thin.
Speed too high. Reduce the speed when pumping products with high
viscosities - danger of cavitation.
Check the axial play in the coupling rod linkage. Check that the bush
has been installed correctly see document OM.PJT.__.
Check for foreign substances in the pump. Dismantle the pump, remove
foreign substances and replace worn parts.
Stator or rotor worn. Dismantle the pump and replace defective parts.
Joint parts worn. Replace worn parts and fill with special pin joint grease
.
Suction pipework partially or completely blocked. Clean suction
pipework.
Temperature of the pumping liquid too high. Excessive expansion of the
stator. Check temperature and install rotor with diameter smaller than
specified.
Gland packing too strongly tightened or worn. Ease or tighten stuffing
box. Replace defective packing rings.
Solid contents and/or size of solids too large. Reduce pump speed and
install perhaps a screen with suitable meshes. Increase fluid share.
When the pump is non operational the solids settle out and become
hard. Clear and flush the pump immediately.
The liquid becomes hard when temperature falls below a certain limit.
Heat the pump.
Stator swollen and unsuitable for the pumped liquid. Select a suitable
stator material. Use perhaps rotor with diameter smaller than specified.
The bearing in the drive casing of the pump or in the drive engine is
defective. Replace bearing.
Mechanical seal defective. Check seal faces and O-rings. If necessary
replace corresponding defective parts.
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9.0
Auxiliary seepex documentation
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Single-Acting
Mechanical Seal
1.0
General
4.0
Flushing or circulation of single-acting
mechanical seals
• Please take the appertaining drawing from
respective pump data sheet.
• The mechanical seal is suitable for the operating
conditions indicated in the pump data sheet.
Modifications are only admissible after the customer
has consulted with seepex. Additionally, attention
must be paid to the manufacturer’s operating
manual.
2.0
Safety
Any mode of operation impairing the operating safety
of the mechanical seal has to be avoided.
The operator is advised to consider the possible
effects on the environment which could be caused by
a defective mechanical seal and what additional
measures must be taken to protect the environment
and the public.
The pump must be mounted and operated in such
a way that operation with a defective mechanical seal
will not result in injury or harm to the public and that
any leakage can be safely and properly dealt with.
Single-acting mechanical seals contacting the conveying liquid require no additional flushing or a
circulation pipe because sufficient flushing and heat
exchange occurs around the seal due to the
conveying liquid.
However, in particular cases, a direct flushing pipe
can be installed into the flushing connection on the
mechanical seal housing.
5.0
Commissioning
Regardless of the pump's operating status, the conveying medium to be sealed must always be in liquid
form at the mechanical seal. This particularly applies
to the pump's commissioning and its placing out of
service.
6.0
Maintenance
When operating the pump according to the instructions, no maintenance is required.
Mechanical seals are often used to seal hazardous
material (chemicals, drugs, etc.). It is essential that
rules pertaining to the handling of hazardous
materials are adhered to.
Modifications effected by the customer himself and
changes influencing the safety of the mechanical seal
are not allowed.
3.0
Emissions
A mechanical seal is a dynamic seal and leakage is
unavoidable.
ATTENTION
Components that may contact leakage must be
resistant to corrosion or be protected accordingly.
Mechanical seal leakage must be drained in a safe
and proper manner.
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Single-Acting
Mechanical Seal
7.0
Disassembly / Reassembly
7.2
Reassembly
7.1
Disassembly
ATTENTION
Mechanical seals are precision parts of high quality.
Therefore, the installation must be effected with care.
Gentle handling and extreme neatness are essential.
- Remove flushing connections at shaft seal housing
(SEA).
- Lift / displace splash ring (310) and eject plug-in
shaft pin (309) horizontally.
- Withdraw rotating unit (RTE) together with shaft seal
parallel from output shaft of drive and avoid
chocking.
- Clean plug-in shaft (307) and remove burrs etc.,
which may damage sealing elements. Moisten plugin shaft (307) with slip additive (diluted fluid soap).
- Loosen axial safety device of mechanical seal (330
or 372) and withdraw mechanical seal (330) from
plug-in shaft (307).
- Remove mechanical seal housing (333) from lantern
(200).
- Press counter-ring of mechanical seal with o-ring out
of mechanical seal housing (333).
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- Clean mechanical seal housing (333)
- Evenly press counter-ring with o-ring into mechanical seal housing (333). To facilitate assembly, the
o-ring should be moistened with a lubricant (diluted
fluid soap).
ATTENTION
- Oil or grease must not be used to facilitate
assembly.
- Install mechanical seal housing (333) to lantern
(200) and onsure correct position of flushing
connections.
- Remove plug-in shaft (307), burrs and roughness
and clean the unit.
- Check / adjust set dimension of mechanical seal on
plug-in shaft (307). Moisten plug-in shaft (307) and
elastomer parts of mechanical seal with lubricant
(diluted fluid soap).
- Slip mechanical seal onto plug-in shaft (307) as far
as set ring.
- Lubricate drive shaft (ANT) with antiseize graphite
petroleum.
- Moisten splash ring (310) and plug-in shaft (307)
with pin joint grease, (for type, please see index)
and slip splash ring (310) onto output shaft of drive.
Note installating position of splash ring and refer to
description on splash ring.
- Move rotating unit (RTE) through mechanical seal
housing (333) and splash ring (310) and slip splash
ring (310) onto output shaft of drive (ANT). Push in
plug-in shaft pin (309) in horizontal position.
- Position of splash ring:
Collar of splash ring shall be fitted in a distance of
about 0.5 mm to lantern (200).
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Wearing parts
Range:
Sizes:
BW
5 to 10
Part designation
set of gaskets
big set of
wearing parts
small set of
wearing parts
To avoid the expenses incurred by lengthy stop periods of the pump, seepex
recommend the acquisition of a set of wearing parts and a set of gaskets.
The table below shows the contents of these sets.
Item number acc. to sectional
drawing of pump and parts list
Number
Rotor
1
600
1
601
Universal joint sleeve
1
405
Coupling rod pin
1
402
1
407
1
406
Stator
1
Holding band, small
1)
Holding band, big
1)
2)
Casing gasket
1
501
Sealing ring
1
503
Mechanical seal
1
330
Flushing ring
1
310
Plug-in shaft
1)
-
307
1 cart. 300 gr (c. 315cm³) grease quantity
per pin joint, see tech. specifications 1.
Kart.
Essential for assembly, see
document OM.SPT.01
098
Special joint grease
Tool
1) see tools document OM.SPT.01
2) only BW 10
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Special tools
Version for copying
Sender:
Spare parts can be ordered online or requested from
www.seepex.com\
Must be specified with every order!
Commission:
Mark tool!
Contact: .....................................................
Tel.: ...........................................................
__________________________
X
Fax: ..........................................................
E-mail: ......................................................
Germany
Customer service:
Postfach 10 15 64
D-46215 Bottrop
service@seepex.com
Tool no.
Denomination:
Rest of
Europe
Tel +492041.996-224
Outside
Europe
Tel +492041.996-120
Tool no.
Denomination:
......................................................................
Fax +492041.996-424 ......................................................................
......................................................................
Fax +492041.996-432 ......................................................................
Packing gland
W1
Stator
W13
Universal joint
sleeve
W15
Packing puller
Strap wrench
Mounting plate
PKZ
WKZ
MTP
Holding band
Spring pin
Mechanical seal
Order no.
For installation of:
Delivery address:
Fax +492041.996-431 .......................................................................
seepex GmbH
For installation of:
Tel +492041.996-231
W3
W26
W27
Mounting tool
Assembly mandrel
Mounting sleeve
with drift GLRD
MHB
MTD
MGD
Order no.
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seepex Progressive cavity pumps
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Scope
Size
Period of Storing
Preservation acc. to.
025-12 ... 130-6L
> 3 months ≤ 9 months
Measures for preservation 1
> 9 months
Measures for preservation 2
> 3 months ≤ 9 months
Measures for preservation 1
> 9 months
Measures for preservation 2
130-12 ... 500-6L
2
Description
2.1
Measures for preservation 1
2.1.1
Storing of the pump
•
in dry and closed rooms
• free from vibration
Particular adjacent influences have to be advised by the customer and have to be
checked and released by seepex before storage.
2.1.2
Protection of the stator
change the position of the once per month:
•
Remove fan cover on the electric motor.
• Rotate the fan shaft 1/4 turn.
Fan shaft and fan must not be damaged! If necessary remove the fan and protect the shaft
against damage during this procedure.
2.1.3
Gear
Note instruction of the manufacturer.
•
Follow advice on the gear.
•
Reduce quantity of lubricant to the quantity stipulated for the operation
before commissioning!
•
Reinstall vent screw during commissioning.
Belt Variable Speed Drive:
Store the belt separate (relevant standard ISO 2230):
2.1.4
•
dry
•
constant tempered at 10-15°C (max. 25°C)
•
protected against light / stored in darkness (e.g. in a closed case or packed accordingly)
Motor
By the turn of the fan shaft (see point 2.1.2) a protection of the bearing in the motor is
obtained at the same time.
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2.1.5
Recommissioning
NOTICE
Before starting work read the operating instruction.
•
2.2
Pay attention to a correct re-assembly of parts dismantled before.
Measures for preservation 2
In case of the correct storage and under consideration of the preservation measures, a
storage of the pump is possible for max. 2 years.
NOTICE
In case of a longer storage period, the dimensions and shore hardness can change.
The function of the pump can be impaired.
 Bevor recommissioning Elastomere parts (stator, joint seal, gaskets, ...) have to be
checked for crack formation and change of the surface.
2.2.1
Storing of the pump/pump parts
•
in dry and closed rooms
•
free from vibration
Particular adjacent influences have to be advised by the customer and have to be checked
and released by seepex before storage.
2.2.2
Storing of the stator
Store the stator separate (relevant standard ISO 2230):
2.2.3
•
dry
•
constant tempered at 10-15°C (max. 25°C)
•
protected against light / stored in darkness (e.g. in a closed case or packed accordingly)
Gear
Note instruction of the manufacturer.
•
Follow advice on the gear.
•
Reduce quantity of lubricant to the quantity stipulated for the operation
before commissioning!
•
Reinstall vent screw during commissioning.
Belt Variable Speed Drive:
Store the belt separate (relevant standard ISO 2230):
•
dry
•
constant tempered at 10-15°C (max. 25°C)
•
protected against light / stored in darkness (e.g. in a closed case or packed accordingly)
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2.2.4
Motor
Turn the fan shaft once a month to protect the bearing:
•
Remove fan cover on the electric motor.
•
Rotate the fan shaft 1/4 turn.
Fan shaft and fan must not be damaged! If necessary remove the fan and protect the shaft
against damage during this procedure.
2.2.5
Recommissioning
NOTICE
Before starting work read the operating instruction.
•
3
Pay attention to a correct re-assembly of parts dismantled before.
Advices and annotations
Guarantee-/Warranty claims cannot be derived from this document.
4
Alteration service
This document is subject to the alteration service of the engineering department (TE) and ist
relevant valid issue is released by the quality assurance (QA). All alteration requests are
handled and checked by engineering.
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Manufacturer’s
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10.0
Manufacturer’s documents from sub-supplier
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Postfach 10 15 64
46215 Bottrop
Scharnhölzstraße 344
46240 Bottrop
Germany
Tel +49.2041.996-0
Fax +49.2041.996-400
info@seepex.com
www.seepex.com
Europe:
Great Britain
Austria
Belgium
Denmark
seepex
UK Ltd.
3 Armtech Row
Houndstone Business Park
Yeovil Somerset BA22 8RW
Tel+44.1935.472376
Fax+44.1935.479836
sales@seepex.co.uk
seepex
Sales Office Austria
Obermüllergasse 18
A-3003 Gablitz
Tel +43.22 31.6 10 85
Fax +43.22 31.6 10 85 20
hfriedl@seepex.com
seepex
Bureau België/Belgique
Dorp8B-228
8 Bouwel
Tel +32.14.501471
Fax+32.14.501461
seepex.be@seepex.com
seepex
Nordic AS
Bakkegårdsvej 411
DK-3050 Humlebæk
Tel+45.49192200
Fax+45.49193200
info@seepex.dk
France
Ireland
Italy
Sweden
seepex
France SARL
1,Rue Pelloutier
F-77183 Croissy Beaubourg
Tel+33.1.64114450
Fax+33.1.64114469
info.fr@seepex.com
seepex
Branch Office Ireland
No 5 Arden Glas
Portlaoise
Co.Laois
Tel+353.578681826
Fax+353.578681587
mryan@seepex.co.uk
seepex GmbH
Ufficio di Rappresentanza
per l'Italia
Piazza Luigi di Savoia,22
20124 Milano
Tel+39.02.36569360
Fax+39.02.92877853
info.it@seepex.com
seepex
Nordic AS
Hamndalsvägen 58
S-61633 Åby
Tel +46.116 69 40
Fax +46.116 69 41
info@seepex.dk
North America:
The Netherlands
USA
seepex
Bureau Nederland
Maagdenburgstraat 22c
NL-7421 ZC Deventer
Tel +31.570.51 66 44
Fax +31.570.51 60 77
seepex.nl@seepex.com
seepex
Inc.
511 Speedway Drive
Enon
Ohio 45323
Tel +1.937.8 64 71 50
Fax +1.937.8 64 71 57
sales@seepex.net
Asia:
China
Japan
Malaysia
seepex
Pumps (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
Xuanzhong Rd. 399, Building 13
Nanhui Industrial Area
201300 Shanghai
Tel +86.21.38 10 88 88
Fax +86.21.38 10 88 99
info.cn@seepex.com
seepex
Japan Co., Ltd.
Keyaki Building
Nakano-sakaue #101,
2-31-5 Chuo, Nakano-ku,
Tokyo 164-0011
Tel +81.3 57 55 59 71
Fax +81.3 57 55 59 72
info.jp@seepex.com
seepex
(M) Sdn. Bhd.
59-1, Jalan PJU 1/37
Dataran Prima
47301 Petaling Jaya
Selangor Darul Ehsan
Tel +60.3.78 80 69 51
Fax +60.3.78 80 69 59
seepex.m@seepex.com
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