Whirlpool MH1160XSB Specifications

P-10-M-SDP
H-105-M
MOBILE WHIRLPOOL
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
6900-195-000 February 2015
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PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRE
BOOKLET BEFORE OPERATING
YOUR NEW WHIRLPOOL
!
Failure to follow these instructions could result in damage
to your new whirlpool and/or bodily injury
European Union CE Mark
The presence of the CE Mark on Whitehall equipment means that it has been designed, tested and certified as complying
with all applicable European Union regulations and recommendations.
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
This s ymbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product must not be disposed of with regular waste.
Instead, it is the user’s responsibility to dispose of waste equipment according to the local laws. Separate collection and
recyc ling of the waste equipment at the time of dispos al will help conserve natural resources and ensure it is recycled in a
manner that protects human health and the environment. For information about where the user can drop off the waste
equipment for recycling, please contact your local waste collection authority. See Page 20 for instructions on how to
disassemble the equipment for recyc ling purposes.
General Warning or Caution
The Exclamation Symbol appears in Warning and Caution statements. This symbol designates where personal injury or
damage to the equipment is possible.
Electric Shock
The Electric Shock Symbol is us ed to indicate a hazard arising from dangerous v oltage. Any mishandling could result in
irreparable damage to the equipment and/or personal injury or death.
WARNING
To avoid electric shock, connect the instrument to properly earth-grounded, GFCI protected, 3-prong
receptacles only. Failure to observe this precaution can result in severe injury.
Ÿ WHIRLPOOLS intended for professional use only.
Ÿ 220v WHIRLPOOLS for export only.
Ÿ DO NOT operate appliance without properly filling with water. Under no conditions should the appliance be operated
without water. Fill appliance with water to the prescribed level before plugging into an electrical receptacle. Operating the
appliance without water may result in damage to the motor.
Ÿ IMPROPER USE of the whirlpool can cause injury. Use the whirlpool only for the purpose described in this manual.
Ÿ THE TURBINE is top-heavy. Improper handling can cause injury or damage. Handle the turbine with care.
Ÿ ATTACHING IMPROPER items to the whirlpool can cause injury to persons and damage to equipment. Use only Whitehall
approved items on the whirlpools.
Ÿ INCORRECT PARTS and service can cause injury to persons and damage equipment. Use only Whitehall parts and
Whitehall approved service on whirlpools.
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Table of Contents
Warning ................................................................................................................................................Page a
Table of Contents .................................................................................................................................Page 1
General Knowledge..............................................................................................................................Page 2
Operating Skills & Training ..........................................................................................................Page 2
Patient Evaluation .......................................................................................................................Page 2
Inspecting Whirlpool ....................................................................................................................Page 2
Using The Whirlpool .............................................................................................................................Page 3
Installation & Operation ........................................................................................................................Page 4
Repair Parts .................................................................................................................................Pages 5-15
Mobile Motor/Turbine Assembly ..................................................................................................Page 5
Mobile "E" Series.........................................................................................................................Page 6
Mobile "H" Series.........................................................................................................................Page 7
Mobile "L" Series .........................................................................................................................Page 8
Mobile "P" Series.........................................................................................................................Page 9
Mobile "S" Series.......................................................................................................................Page 10
Motor Raising & Lowering Assembly with Shelf.........................................................................Page 11
Motor Raising & Lowering Assembly No Shelf ..........................................................................Page 12
Drain Assembly..........................................................................................................................Page 13
Casters ......................................................................................................................................Page 14
Thermometers ...........................................................................................................................Page 15
-SDP Separate Drain Pump Installation & Operation .........................................................................Page 16
Cleaning & Disinfecting ......................................................................................................................Page 17
Care & Cleaning .................................................................................................................................Page 18
Maintenance & Troubleshooting.........................................................................................................Page 19
Motor Information ...............................................................................................................................Page 20
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General Knowledge
OPERATOR SKILLS AND TRAINING
Skills:
TRAINING
Operators using the whirlpool need:
Operator trainees need to:
Ÿ a working knowledge of aquatic physical-therapy
procedures.
Ÿ be trained in aquatic-therapy protocols.
Ÿ the ability to assist the patient.
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WARNING
Untrained operators can cause injury or be injured.
Permit only trained personnel should operate the
whirlpool.
Ÿ be familiar with the types of patients who should or
should not receive this type of physical therapy (see
Patient Evaluation, below).
Ÿ read and understand this manual (and the manual for
the turbine, if used).
Ÿ be trained on the use of the whirlpool (and turbine, if
used).
Ÿ practice with the whirlpool (and turbine, if used) before
use with patient.
PATIENT EVALUATION
Require Each Patient To Be Evaluated
Patients who are electrically-susceptible (patients with
exposed, non-waterproof electric leads, monitors, etc.),
patients carrying infectious disease, or patients with
certain other medical, mental or physical conditions should
not receive treatment with the whirlpool.
The trained operator must evaluate and verify that each
patient is suitable for hydrotherapy treatment before
permitting the patient to begin hydrotherapy. If in doubt,
consult a medical professional before providing
hydrotherapy treatment.
!
WARNING
Certain medical conditions are incompatible with
hydrotherapy. The trained operator is responsible for
determining each user’s suitability for hydrotherapy
before beginning treatment.
Important
BLOODBORNE DISEASE NOTICE: To reduce the
risk of exposure to bloodborne diseases such as HIV-1
and hepatitis when using the whirlpool, read and
follow the disinfecting and cleaning instructions in this
manual thoroughly.
INSPECTING THE WHIRLPOOL
This Whitehall product has been carefully packaged at the
factory to minimize the possibility of damage during
shipping.
— Inspect the packaging for external signs of damage.
— Inspect the contents for damage.
If there is visible damage to the instrument upon receipt,
inform the shipping company and Whitehall immediately.
!
WARNING
Do not attempt to operate this equipment if there is
evidence of shipping damage or you suspect the unit
is damaged. Damaged equipment may present
additional hazards to you. Contact Whitehall technical
support for advice before attempting to plug in and
operate damaged equipment.
Have your facility's equipment maintenance personnel
inspect the whirlpool regularly. Follow the checklist at right
and operate the whirlpool through all its functions as
described in this manual.
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Inspection Checklist
Ÿ Are all components present?
Ÿ Is the whirlpool free of excessive wear?
Ÿ Does the turbine mount securely in place?
Ÿ Is a properly-grounded and voltage-matched
hospital grade receptacle available for the turbine?
Ÿ Is the outlet or turbine cord equipped with a
functioning GFI (or RCD)?
Ÿ Can the turbine be raised, lowered and locked at the
desired height?
Ÿ Does the drain valve open and close properly?
Ÿ Is the thermometer present and is it legible?
Ÿ Do the installed accessories operate without
interfering with whirlpool use or turbine operation?
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Using The Whirlpool
USING THE WHIRLPOOL
Before Placing the Whirlpool In Service:
Operators using the whirlpool need:
Ÿ Personnel who will work with the whirlpool need to read
this manual.
Ÿ Have a plumbing professional install the whirlpool as
instructed in Installing the Whirlpool, page 4. A rough-in
drawing is available to assist the installer. Contact
Whitehall Customer Service, bottom of page, for
additional installation not covered in this manual.
Ÿ Confirm that the whirlpool operates properly. See
Inspecting the Whirlpool , page 2.
General Guidelines for Use:
Ÿ Medical advice is beyond the parameters of this
manual.
Ÿ The whirlpool is for professional use only. A minimum of
one trained operator is required.
Ÿ The trained operator must evaluate and verify that the
patient is suitable for hydrotherapy treatment before
beginning hydrotherapy with whirlpool. See Patient
Evaluation, page 2.
Ÿ Follow your state and local hydrotherapy procedures
and, if the patient has one, the physician's order for
treatment (see Patient Evaluation, page 2).
Ÿ Stay with patient at all times.
!
WARNING
Certain medical conditions are incompatible with
hydrotherapy. The trained operator is responsible for
determining each user's suitability for hydrotherapy
before beginning treatment.
Improper operation can cause injury. Operate the
whirlpool only as described in this manual.
An unattended patient can be injured. Stay with
patient at all times.
Loose items such as gown straps or gauze can be
pulled into the turbine impeller and cause injury. Keep
loose items away from the turbine impeller housing.
Ÿ It is the operators responsibility to ensure safe practices
for the patient and themselves.
Ÿ If a turbine is used:
Plug the turbine cord only into a receptacle that is voltagematched, properly grounded and polarized. Verify that the
receptacle has GFI protection or order a GFCI plug for the
turbine cord.
Keep patient hair, gown strings and other loose items
away from the impeller housing to avoid entanglement
and injury.
Keep the area around the turbine clear. The turbine
requires a minimum of 24" (610mm) of clearance.
Important
Communicate with patient at all times. If a turbine is
used, tell the patient before starting or stopping the
turbine and before changing the water or aeration
level.
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Installation Instructions:
NOTE: THESE INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS ARE USED FOR ALL
WHITEHALL OR DAKON MOBILE AND
-SL MODELS 27 GALLONS OR MORE.
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1
7
REFERENCE DRAWINGS
ASSEMBLIES
PAGE NUMBER
5
MOTOR/TURBINE
11
RAISING/LOWERING/SHELF/LG
12
RAISING/LOWERING/NO SHELF
13
DRAIN ELBOW/VALVE
14
CASTERS
15
THERMOMETER
5
14
8
6
10
11
9
ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE:
3
12
A- TO INSTALL MOTOR/TURBINE ASSEMBLY 1 , LOOSEN
HANDLE 2 AND ALIGN AND ENGAGE MOTOR SUPPORT ROD
3 WITH RAISING AND LOWERING ASSEMBLY 4 . TIGHTEN
LEVER HANDLE 2 . NOTE: INTERNAL BUSHING MAY NEED
ADJUSTING.
4
2
B- PLACE DISCHARGE NOZZLE 5 INTO STORAGE SOCKET 6
PROVIDED.
C- TO INSTALL THERMOMETER; THREAD SENSING ROD 7 THRU
UPPER BRACKET 8 AND INTO LOWER BRACKET 9 BEFORE
TIGHTENING SCREW 10 .
D- TURN THE PRESSURE CONTROL VALVE HANDLE 11 FULLY
CLOCKWISE, THEN FULLY COUNTERCLOCKWISE TO
COMPLETELY LUBRICATE THE PLUNGER ASSEMBLY.
E- PROVIDE ELECTRICAL SERVICE AND PROPERLY INSTALLED,
GROUND FAULT CIRCUIT INTERRUPTER (GFCI) FOR MOTOR
SPECIFIED. MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS AVAILABLE ARE EITHER
120V AC / 60 HZ ON 15A CIRCUIT OR 240 V AC / 50 HZ ON 10A
CIRCUIT.
WARNING
Turbine assembly is provided with a 3-way plug. The
third prong functions as a built-in ground and must be
plugged into a matching grounded receptacle to
properly ground the product.
OPERATION:
A- FILL TUB AS DESIRED USING 3/4” NPS X 60” LONG FILLER
HOSE PROVIDED. WATER LEVEL SHOULD BE A MAXIMUM OF
4” BELOW THE RIM AND A MINIMUM OF 6” ABOVE BOTTOM OF
PUMP 12 .
B- TURN THE PRESSURE CONTROL VALVE HANDLE 11 FULLY
CLOCKWISE. THIS PROVIDES MAXIMUM PRESSURE AND
AGITATION.
C- TURN ON THE SWITCH 13 .
D- ADJUST RAISING AND LOWERING ASSEMBLY 4 BY SLOWLY
PUSHING DOWN ON THE TOP OF THE MOTOR SUPPORT
CASTING 14 UNTIL THE PUMP 12 IS AT THE DESIRED
LOCATION AND TIGHTEN HANDLE 2 TO FIX.
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15
E- ADJUST PRESSURE CONTROL VALVE HANDLE 11 TO
DELIVER DESIRED LEVEL OF AGITATION AND PRESSURE.
DRAINING PROCEDURE:
A- IF A FLOOR DRAIN IS AVAILABLE USE THE DRAIN VALVE 15
LOCATED AT THE BOTTOM OF THE TUB.
B- IF EMPTYING INTO A SINK, ROTATE PRESSURE CONTROL VALVE
HANDLE 11 COUNTER-CLOCKWISE, LOWER THE PUMP 12 TO
THE BOTTOM OF THE TUB. PLACE DISCHARGE NOZZLE 5 INTO
INTO SINK, TURN ON SWITCH 13 (NOTE: WHEN WATER STOPS
DISCHARGING FROM THE NOZZLE, TURN OFF THE SWITCH).
DRAIN RESIDUAL WATER USING DRAIN VALVE 15 OR DRY
SPONGE.
C- ON WHITEHALL -DS OPTION AND DAKON DS MODELS, LOOSEN
THE HANDLE 2 AND PUSH THE TURBINE ASSEMBLY 1 DOWN
SO THAT THE PUMP 12 IS IN THE WATER ACCUMULATOR. TURN
THE PRESSURE CONTROL VALVE HANDLE 11 FULLY
COUNTER-CLOCKWISE TO EVACUATE THE WATER. PLACE THE
HOSE NOZZLE 5 INTO A SINK OR DRAIN AND TURN ON SWITCH
13 . AFTER WATER HAS EVACUATED, RAISE THE MOTOR/
TURBINE ASSEMBLY 1 AND REMOVE RESIDUAL WATER WITH A
TOWEL OR SPONGE.
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Mobile Motor/Turbine Assembly
THESE REPAIR PARTS ARE USED FOR THE
FOLLOWING MODEL NUMBERS ONLY:
WHITEHALL MODEL
NUMBERS
DAKON
MODEL NUMBERS
E-15-M
E-15-M-DS
E-15-MU
E-22-M
E-22-M-DS
E-22-MU
E-27-M
E-27-M-DS
E-36-M
E-36-M-DS
E-45-M
E-45-M-DS
H-60-M
H-60-M-DS
H-75-M
H-90-M
H-90-M-DS
H-105-M
H-105-M-DS
L-75-M
L-75-M-DS
L-75-SL
WHITEHALL MODEL
NUMBERS
L-90-M
L-90-M-DS
L-105-M
L-105-M-DS
P-10-M
P-10-MH
P-10-MU
P-15-M
P-15-M-DS
P-15-MH
P-15-MU
P-22-M
P-22-M-DS
S-85-M
S-85-M-DS
S-85-SL
S-90-M
S-90-M-DS
S-90-SL
S-110-M
S-110-M-DS
S-110-SL
DS-2516
DS-2818
DS-2821
DS-2825
DS-3628
DST-4828
DS-4828
NOTE: SEE ADDITIONAL DRAWINGS FOR
COMPLETE ASSEMBLY NUMBERS AND
DETAIL OF ITEMS NOT LISTED.
ASSEMBLIES
PAGE
MOBILE ''E'' SERIES
6
MOBILE ''H'' SERIES
7
MOBILE ''L'' SERIES
8
MOBILE ''P'' SERIES
9
MOBILE ''S'' SERIES
10
ITEM PART NUMBER
1
6502-307-000
2
6504-501-199
3
6525-518-000
4
0341-101-000
5
6502-401-000
6
6502-042-000
7
6502-300-000
8
6525-514-199
9
6502-410-000
10
6502-352-000
11
6502-402-000
12
6502-020-001
13
6525-600-000
14
6505-025-000
15
6505-035-000
16
6502-452-000
17
6525-590-199
18
6525-513-199
19A 6505-030-000
DESCRIPTION
#8-32 x 1/2" PHIL FLAT HD SELF TAPPING
17" PUMP GASKET
TURBINE IMPELLER - PLASTIC
COTTER PIN
1/4" -20 x 5/16" HEX SCKT SET SCREW
1/4" -20 x 5/8" PHIL PAN HEAD SCREW
#8-32 x 3/8" PHIL FLAT HD SELF TAPPING
SHAFT BEARING
1/4"-20 x 1/4" DOG SET SCREW
3/8"-16 x 3" HEX HEAD CAP SCREW
5/16"-18 x 1/4" HEX SOCKET SET SCREW
CONDENSER ASSEMBLY
PLASTIC MOTOR COVER
DPST TOGGLE SWITCH
WATERPROOF TOGGLE SWITCH CAP
3/8"-16 x 3/4" HEX SOCKET CAP SCREW
HOSE END
SHAFT COUPLING
10 FEET, 115VAC, 60Hz POWER CORD
14 15
DAKON
MODEL NUMBERS
DS-6018
13
16
17
DS-6618
18
12
19A - 19H
DS-2516
11
20
10
DS-2818
DST-4825
DST-5625
21
22
9
23
8
24
7
25
6
26
5
27
4
28
30
3
29
31
2
1
ITEM PART NUMBER
19B
6505-034-001
19C
6505-044-001
19D
6505-074-001
19E
6505-043-001
19F
6505-073-001
19G 6505-070-001
19H
6505-071-001
20
6525-590-001
21
6525-584-199
22
6531-112-199
23
6531-111-199
24
6531-113-000
25
6525-570-199
26
6502-620-000
27
6504-022-000
28
6502-413-000
29
6525-509-001
30
6525-511-199
31
6525-510-199
DESCRIPTION
DOMESTIC POWER CORD 220VAC, 60Hz
RUSSIAN POWER CORD, 250VAC, 50Hz
INDIA/S. AFRICA POWER CORD, 230VAC, 50Hz
EUROPEAN POWER CORD, 250VAC, 50Hz
UK POWER CORD, 230VAC, 50Hz
ISRAEL POWER CORD, 250VAC, 50Hz
AUSTRALIAN POWER CORD, 250VAC, 50Hz
DISCHARGE HOSE ASSEMBLY
HANDLE
TENSION ADJUSTER
FRICTION LOCK ROD
SPRING
AIR RING BRACKET
1-3/8" RETAINING RING
O-RING
1/4"-20 x 5/16" DOG SET SCREW
PUMP BODY / COVER ASSEMBLY
PUMP COVER
PUMP BODY
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Mobile “H” Series Parts Diagram
THESE REPAIR PARTS ARE USED
FOR THE FOLLOWING MODEL
NUMBERS ONLY:
WHITEHALL MODEL
NUMBERS
DAKON
MODEL NUMBERS
H-60-M
H-60-M-DS
H-75-M
H-90-M
H-105-M
H-105-M-DS
DS-3628
3A
3B
3C
DST-4828
DS-4828
* NOTE: SEE ADDITIONAL DRAWING FOR
DETAIL OF ITEMS NOT SHOWN.
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MOBILE MOTOR/TURBINE: PAGE 5
2A
*
1A
ITEM PART NUMBER
1A
6525-068-001
1B
6525-069-001
1C
6525-070-001
2A
6525-568-001
2B
6525-569-001
3A
6525-200-001
3B
6525-210-001
3C
6525-220-001
7
1B
2B
5A
5B
6A
6B
7A
7B
1C
DESCRIPTION
ITEM PART NUMBER
TURBINE ASSY - H-60/70/90/105 - 115VAC, 60Hz 4
6525-500-299
TURBINE ASSY - H-60/70/90/105 - 230VAC, 60Hz 5A
6509-170-199
TURBINE ASSY - H-60/70/90/105 - 230VAC, 50Hz 5B
6509-165-199
PLUNGER ASSY - 23-1/4" - H-60/75/90/105-M
6A
6509-530-199
PLUNGER ASSY - 20-1/4" - H-60/105-M-DS
6B
6509-535-199
MOTOR ASSY - 115VAC, 60Hz
7A
6509-130-199
MOTOR ASSY - 230VAC, 60Hz
7B
6509-135-199
MOTOR ASSY - 230VAC, 50Hz
DESCRIPTION
1" MOTOR BASE CASTING R & L
1" DIA. x 25-1/2" ROD - H-60/70/90/105-M
1" DIA. x 23-1/2" ROD - H-60/105-M-DS
IMPELLER SHAFT - 29-3/8" - H-60/75/90/105-M
IMPELLER SHAFT - 29-3/8" - H-60/105-M-DS
IMPELLER TUBE - 28-1/2" - H-60/70/90/105-M
IMPELLER TUBE - 30" - H-60/105-M-DS
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Phone (800) 782-7706 • (626) 968-6681 • Fax (626) 855-4862 • Web: www.whitehallmfg.com
Mobile “E” Series Parts Diagram
THESE REPAIR PARTS ARE USED
FOR THE FOLLOWING MODEL
NUMBERS ONLY:
3A
3B
WHITEHALL MODEL
NUMBERS
3C
3D
4A
4B
5A
5B
5C
5D
6A
6B
6C
6D
DAKON
MODEL NUMBERS
E-15-M
E-15-M-DS
E-15-MU
E-22-M
E-22-M-DS
E-22-MU
E-27-M
E-27-M-DS
E-45-M
E-45-M-DS
DS-2516
DS-2818
DS-2821
* NOTE: SEE ADDITIONAL DRAWING FOR
DETAIL OF ITEMS NOT SHOWN.
MOBILE MOTOR/TURBINE: PAGE 5
6E
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
*
ITEM PART NUMBER
1A
6525-005-001
1B
6525-006-001
1C
6525-007-001
1D
6525-008-001
1E
6525-009-001
1F
6525-010-001
1G
6525-061-001
1H
6525-062-001
1J
6525-063-001
1K
6525-071-001
1L
6525-072-001
1M
6525-072-001
2A
6525-555-001
2B
6525-558-001
2C
6525-561-001
2D
6525-565-001
2E
6525-568-001
3A
6525-201-001
3B
6525-210-001
1A
THRU
7A
7B
7C
7D
7E
1M
DESCRIPTION
TURBINE ASSY - E-15 - 115VAC, 60Hz
TURBINE ASSY - E-15 - 230VAC, 60Hz
TURBINE ASSY - E-15 - 230VAC, 50Hz
TURBINE ASSY - E-22 - 115VAC, 60Hz
TURBINE ASSY - E-22 - 230VAC, 60Hz
TURBINE ASSY - E-22 - 230VAC, 50Hz
TURBINE ASSY - E-27 - 115VAC, 60Hz
TURBINE ASSY - E-27 - 230VAC, 60Hz
TURBINE ASSY - E-27 - 230VAC, 50Hz
TURBINE ASSY - E-45 - 115VAC, 60Hz
TURBINE ASSY - E-45 - 230VAC, 60Hz
TURBINE ASSY - E-45 - 230VAC, 50Hz
PLUNGER ASSY - 12" - E-15-M
PLUNGER ASSY - 15-1/4" - E-15-M-DS, E-22-M
PLUNGER ASSY - 16-1/4" - E-22-M-DS, E-27-M
PLUNGER ASSY - 20" - E-27-M-DS, E-45-M
PLUNGER ASSY - 23-1/4" - E-45-M-DS
MOTOR ASSY - 115VAC, 60Hz, - E-15/22
MOTOR ASSY - 230VAC, 60Hz, - E-15/22/27/45
ITEM PART NUMBER
3C
6525-220-001
3D
6525-200-001
4A
6525-500-199
4B
6525-500-299
5A
6509-560-199
5B
6509-565-199
5C
6509-160-199
5D
6509-165-199
6A
6509-510-199
6B
6509-515-199
6C
6509-250-199
6D
6509-525-199
6E
6509-530-199
7A
6509-110-199
7B
6509-115-199
7C
6509-120-199
7D
6509-125-199
7E
6509-130-199
DESCRIPTION
MOTOR ASSY - 230VAC, 50Hz, - E-15/22/27/45
MOTOR ASSY - 115VAC, 60Hz, - E-27/45
3/4" MOTOR BASE CASTING - E-15/22
1" MOTOR BASE CASTING - E-27/45
3/4" DIA. x 13" ROD - E-15
3/4" DIA. x 16" ROD - E-22
1" DIA. x 21-1/4" ROD - E-27
1" DIA. x 23-1/2" ROD - E-45
IMPELLER SHAFT - 16-1/8" - E-15
IMPELLER SHAFT - 19-1/8" - E-15-M-DS, E-22-M
IMPELLER SHAFT - 22-1/8" - E-22-M-DS, E-27-M
IMPELLER SHAFT - 26-3/8" - E-27-M-DS, E-45-M
IMPELLER SHAFT - 29-3/8" - E-45-M-DS
IMPELLER TUBE - 15-1/4" - E-15
IMPELLER TUBE - 18-1/4" - E-15-M-DS, E-22-M
IMPELLER TUBE - 21-1/4" - E-22-M-DS, E-27-M
IMPELLER TUBE - 25-1/2" - E-27-M-DS, E-45-M
IMPELLER TUBE - 28-1/2" - E-45-M-DS
WHITEHALL MANUFACTURING • P.O. Box 3527 • City of Industry, CA 91744-0527 U.S.A.
Phone (800) 782-7706 • (626) 968-6681 • Fax (626) 855-4862 • Web: www.whitehallmfg.com
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Mobile "L" Series Parts Diagram
THESE REPAIR PARTS ARE USED
FOR THE FOLLOWING MODEL
NUMBERS ONLY:
WHITEHALL MODEL
NUMBERS
L-75-M
L-75-M-DS
L-75-SL
L-90-M
L-90-M-DS
L-105-M
L-105-M-DS
L-105-SL
DAKON
MODEL NUMBERS
3A
3B
3C
DS-6018
DS-6618
4
*
NOTE: SEE ADDITIONAL DRAWING FOR
DETAIL OF ITEMS NOT SHOWN.
MOBILE MOTOR/TURBINE: PAGE 5
5
2A
*
1A
1B
ITEM PART NUMBER
1A
6525-058-001
1B
6525-059-001
1C
6525-060-001
2A
6525-558-001
2B
6525-561-001
3A
6525-200-001
3B
6525-210-001
8
2B
6A
6B
7A
7B
1C
DESCRIPTION
TURBINE ASSY - L-75/90/105 - 115VAC, 60Hz
TURBINE ASSY - L-75/90/105 - 230VAC, 60Hz
TURBINE ASSY - L-75/90/105 - 230VAC, 50Hz
PLUNGER ASSY - 15-1/4" - L-75/90/105-M-SL
PLUNGER ASSY - 16-1/2" - L-75/90/105-M-DS
MOTOR ASSY - 115VAC, 60Hz
MOTOR ASSY - 230VAC, 60Hz
ITEM PART NUMBER
3C
6525-220-001
4
6525-500-299
5
6509-155-199
6A
6509-515-199
6B
6509-520-199
7A
6509-115-199
7B
6509-120-199
DESCRIPTION
MOTOR ASSY - 230VAC, 50Hz
1" MOTOR BASE CASTING
1" DIA. 16-1/2" ROD
IMPELLER SHAFT - 19-1/8" - L-75/90/105-M-SL
IMPELLER SHAFT - 22-1/8" - L-75/90/105-M-DS
IMPELLER TUBE - 18-1/4" - L-75/90/105-M-SL
IMPELLER TUBE - 21-1/4" - L-75/90/105-M-DS
WHITEHALL MANUFACTURING • P.O. Box 3527 • City of Industry, CA 91744-0527 U.S.A.
Phone (800) 782-7706 • (626) 968-6681 • Fax (626) 855-4862 • Web: www.whitehallmfg.com
Mobile "P" Series Parts Diagram
THESE REPAIR PARTS ARE USED
FOR THE FOLLOWING MODEL
NUMBERS ONLY:
WHITEHALL MODEL
NUMBERS
P-10-M
P-10-MH
P-10-MU
P-15-M
P-15-M-DS
P-15-MU
P-22-M
P-22-M-DS
*
DAKON
MODEL NUMBERS
3A
3B
DS-2516
3C
4
DS-2818
NOTE: SEE ADDITIONAL DRAWING FOR
DETAIL OF ITEMS NOT SHOWN.
MOBILE MOTOR/TURBINE: PAGE 5
5A
*
1A
THRU
ITEM PART NUMBER
1A
6525-002-001
1B
6525-003-001
1C
6525-004-001
1D
6525-005-001
1E
6525-006-001
1F
6525-007-001
1G
6525-008-001
1H
6525-009-001
1J
6525-010-001
2A
6525-552-001
2B
6525-555-001
2C
6525-558-001
2D
6525-561-001
3A
6525-201-001
2A
2B
2C
2D
5B
5C
6A
6B
6C
6D
7A
7B
7C
7D
1J
DESCRIPTION
TURBINE ASSY - P-10 - 115VAC, 60Hz
TURBINE ASSY - P-10 - 230VAC, 60Hz
TURBINE ASSY - P-10 - 230VAC, 50Hz
TURBINE ASSY - P-15 - 115VAC, 60Hz
TURBINE ASSY - P-15 - 230VAC, 60Hz
TURBINE ASSY - P-15 - 230VAC, 50Hz
TURBINE ASSY - P-22 - 115VAC, 60Hz
TURBINE ASSY - P-22 - 230VAC, 60Hz
TURBINE ASSY - P-22 - 230VAC, 50Hz
PLUNGER ASSY - 9-1/2" - P-10-M
PLUNGER ASSY - 12" - P-15-M
PLUNGER ASSY - 15-1/4" - P-15-M-DS, P-22-M
PLUNGER ASSY - 16-1/2" - P-22-M-DS
MOTOR ASSY - 115VAC, 60Hz - P-10/15/22
ITEM PART NUMBER
3B
6525-210-001
3C
6525-220-001
4
6525-500-199
5A
6509-555-199
5B
6509-560-199
5C
6509-565-199
6A
6509-505-199
6B
6509-510-199
6C
6509-515-199
6D
6509-520-199
7A
6509-105-199
7B
6509-110-199
7C
6509-115-199
7D
6509-120-199
DESCRIPTION
MOTOR ASSY - 230VAC, 60Hz - P-10/15/22
MOTOR ASSY - 230VAC, 50Hz - P-10/15/22
3/4" MOTOR BASE CASTING
3/4" DIA. x 11-1/2" ROD - P-10
3/4" DIA. x 13" ROD - P-15
3/4" DIA. x 16" ROD - P-22
IMPELLER SHAFT - 13-7/8" - P-10
IMPELLER SHAFT - 16-1/8" - P-15
IMPELLER SHAFT - 19-1/8" - P-15-M-DS, P-22-M
IMPELLER SHAFT - 22-1/8" - P-22-M-DS
IMPELLER TUBE - 13" - P-10
IMPELLER TUBE - 15-1/4" - P-15
IMPELLER TUBE - 18-1/4" - P-15-M-DS, P-22-M
IMPELLER TUBE - 21-1/4" - P-22-M-DS
WHITEHALL MANUFACTURING • P.O. Box 3527 • City of Industry, CA 91744-0527 U.S.A.
Phone (800) 782-7706 • (626) 968-6681 • Fax (626) 855-4862 • Web: www.whitehallmfg.com
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Mobile "S" Series Parts Diagram
THESE REPAIR PARTS ARE USED
FOR THE FOLLOWING MODEL
NUMBERS ONLY:
WHITEHALL MODEL
NUMBERS
S-85-M
S-85-M-DS
S-85-SL
S-90-M
S-90-M-DS
S-90-SL
S-110-M
S-110-M-DS
S-110-SL
DAKON
MODEL NUMBERS
DST-4825
3A
3B
3C
DST-5625
4
* NOTE: SEE ADDITIONAL DRAWING FOR
DETAIL OF ITEMS NOT SHOWN.
MOBILE MOTOR/TURBINE: PAGE 5
5
2A
2B
6A
6B
7A
7B
* 1A 1B 1C
ITEM PART NUMBER
1A
6525-065-001
1B
6525-066-001
1C
6525-067-001
2A
6525-565-001
2B
6525-568-001
3A
6525-200-001
3B
6525-210-001
10
DESCRIPTION
TURBINE ASSY - S-85/90/110 - 115VAC, 60Hz
TURBINE ASSY - S-85/90/110 - 230VAC, 60Hz
TURBINE ASSY - S-85/90/110 - 230VAC, 50Hz
PLUNGER ASSY - 20"
PLUNGER ASSY - 23-1/4" -DS
MOTOR ASSY - 115VAC, 60Hz
MOTOR ASSY - 230VAC, 60Hz
ITEM PART NUMBER
3C
6525-220-001
4
6525-500-299
5
6509-160-199
6A
6509-525-199
6B
6509-530-199
7A
6509-125-199
7B
6509-130-199
DESCRIPTION
MOTOR ASSY - 230VAC, 50Hz
1" DIA. MOTOR BASE CASTING -M
1" DIA. x 21-1/4" ROD
IMPELLER SHAFT - 26-3/8"
IMPELLER SHAFT - 29-3/8" -DS
IMPELLER TUBE - 25-1/2"
IMPELLER TUBE - 28-1/2" -DS
WHITEHALL MANUFACTURING • P.O. Box 3527 • City of Industry, CA 91744-0527 U.S.A.
Phone (800) 782-7706 • (626) 968-6681 • Fax (626) 855-4862 • Web: www.whitehallmfg.com
Motor Raising & Lowering Assembly with Shelf
THESE REPAIR PARTS ARE USED
FOR THE FOLLOWING MODEL
NUMBERS ONLY:
WHITEHALL MODEL
NUMBERS
E-27-M
E-27-M-DS
E-27-M-SDP
E-45-M
E-45-M-DS
E-45-M-SDP
H-60-M
H-60-M-DS
H-60-M-SDP
H-75-M
H-75-M-SDP
H-90-M
H-90-M-SDP
H-105-M
H-105-M-DS
H-105-M-SDP
DAKON
MODEL NUMBERS
7
6
8
5
9
4
DS-2821
DD-2821
10
DS-3628
DD-3628
3A
3B
11
3C
12
3D
3E
DST-4828
DS-4828
DD-4828
2A
2B
2C
2D
1A R & L ASSY FOR: E-27-M/-DS
2E
13
1B R & L ASSY FOR: E-27-M-SDP
8
1C R & L ASSY FOR: E-45-M/-DS
1D R & L ASSY FOR: E-45-M-SDP
1E R & L ASSY FOR: H-60/75/90/105-M/-DS/-SDP
ITEM
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
3A
3B
3C
3D
PART NUMBER
6530-230-001
6530-230-001
6530-240-001
6530-240-001
6530-250-001
6509-265-199
6509-270-199
6509-275-199
6509-275-199
6509-280-199
6503-060-000
6503-065-000
6503-070-000
6503-075-000
14
15
DESCRIPTION
ITEM
1" DIA. R & L ASSEMBLY - E-27-M/-DS
3E
1" DIA. R & L ASSEMBLY - E-27-M-SDP
4
1" DIA. R & L ASSEMBLY - E-45-M/-DS
5
1" DIA. R & L ASSEMBLY - E-45-M
6
1" DIA. R & L ASSEMBLY - H-60/75/90/105-M
7
1-3/8" DIA. x 23-1/2" - TUBE - E-27-M/-DS
8
1-3/8" DIA. x 25-3/8" - TUBE - E-27-M-SDP
9
1-3/8" DIA. x 27-1/4" - TUBE - E-45-M
10
1-3/8" DIA. x 27-1/4" - TUBE - E-45-M-SDP
11
1-3/8" DIA. x 30-1/2" - TUBE - H-60/70/90/105-M 12
1-1/8" DIA. x 23-1/2" - SPRING - E-27-M/-DS
13
1-1/8" DIA. x 27" - SPRING - E-27-M-SDP
14
1-1/8" DIA. x 30-1/2" - SPRING - E-45-M/-DS
15
1-1/8" DIA. x 34" - SPRING - E-45-M-SDP
PART NUMBER
6503-075-000
6530-310-199
6502-411-000
6502-200-000
6530-300-199
6502-561-000
6502-520-000
6530-111-199
6530-112-199
6530-114-199
0302-005-000
6502-105-000
6530-312-199
DESCRIPTION
1-1/8" DIA. x 34" - SPRING - H-60/75/90/105-M
END CAP
SET SCREW
1/4"-20 x 5/8" TRUSS HEAD PHILLIPS MS
UPPER BRACKET
1/4" STAINLESS STEEL LOCKWASHER
1/4"-20 HIGH CROWN ACORN NUT
HANDLE
BUSHING
3/8"-16 UNC STUD
1/4"-20 HEX NUT
1/4"-20 x 1-1/2" RND HD PHILLIPS MS
LOCKING STOP
WHITEHALL MANUFACTURING • P.O. Box 3527 • City of Industry, CA 91744-0527 U.S.A.
Phone (800) 782-7706 • (626) 968-6681 • Fax (626) 855-4862 • Web: www.whitehallmfg.com
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Motor Raising & Lowering Assembly No Shelf
THESE REPAIR PARTS ARE USED
FOR THE FOLLOWING MODEL
NUMBERS ONLY:
WHITEHALL
MODEL NUMBERS
E-27-S
E-36-S
E-45-S
H-60-S
H-75-S
H-90-S
H-105-S
L-75-M
L-75-M-SDP
L-75-SL
L-75-S
L-90-M
L-90-M-DS
L-90-M-SDP
L-90-S
L-90-SL
L-105-M
L-105-M-DS
L-105-M-SDP
L-105-S
L-105-SL
S-85-M
S-85-M-SDP
S-85-S
S-85-SL
S-90-M
S-90-M-SDP
S-90-S
S-90-SL
S-110-M
S-110-M-SDP
S-110-S
S-110-SL
ITEM
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
3A
3B
12
PART NUMBER
6530-220-001
6530-235-001
6530-245-001
6530-215-001
6530-210-001
6530-225-001
6509-265-199
6509-275-199
6509-280-199
6509-260-199
6509-255-199
6509-270-199
6503-265-000
6503-070-000
7
6
DAKON
MODEL NUMBERS
5
DF-2821
DF-2825
DF-3225
DF-3628
8
4
DF-4828
9
10
3A 3D
11
3B 3E
DF-6018
3C 3F
2A 2D
DF-6618
12
DDT-4825
DFT-4825
2B 2E
2C 2F
13
6
DST-5625
DDT-5625
DFT-5625
1A
R & L ASSY FOR: E-27-S
1B
R & L ASSY FOR: E-45-/S-85/90/110-S
1C R & L ASSY FOR: H-60/75/90/105-S
1E
R & L ASSY FOR: L-75/90/105-M/SL
1D R & L ASSY FOR: L-75/90/105-S
1F
R & L ASSY FOR: H-60/75/90/105-S
DESCRIPTION
1" DIA. R & L ASSY - E-27-S
1" DIA. R & L ASSY - E-45/S-85/90/110-S
1" DIA. R & L ASSY - H-60/75/90/105-S
1" DIA. R & L ASSY - L-75/90/105-S
1" DIA. R & L ASSY - L-75/90/105-M/SL
1" DIA. R & L ASSY - E-45-SL/S-85/90/110-M/SL
1-3/8" DIA. x 23-1/2" TUBE - E-27-S
1-3/8" DIA. x 27-1/4" TUBE - E-45/S-85/90/110-S
1-3/8" DIA. x 30-1/2" TUBE - H-60/75/90/105-S
1-3/8" DIA. x 21-1/4" TUBE - L-75/90/105-S
1-3/8" DIA. x 18-1/2" TUBE - L-75/90/105-M/S
1-3/8" DIA. x 18-1/2" TUBE - S-85/90/110-M/SL
1-1/8" x 23-1/2" SPRING - E-27-S
1-1/8" x 30-1/2" SPRING - E-45/S-85/90/110-S
ITEM
3C
3D
3E
3F
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
PART NUMBER
6503-075-000
6503-060-000
6503-055-000
6503-065-000
6530-310-199
6502-411-000
6502-200-000
6530-300-199
6502-520-000
6530-111-199
6530-112-199
6530-114-199
0302-005-000
6530-301-199
DESCRIPTION
1-1/8" x 34" SPRING - H-60/75/90/105-S
1-3/8" x 23-1/2" SPRING - L-75/90/105-S
1-18" x 19" SPRING - L-75/90/105-M/S
1-18" x 27" SPRING - S-58/90/110-M/SL
END CAP
SET SCREW
1/4"-20 x 5/8" TRUSS HEAD PHILLIPS MS
UPPER BRACKET
1/4"-20 HIGH CROWN ACORN NUT
HANDLE
BUSHING
STUD
1/4"-20 HEX NUT
LOWER BRACKET
WHITEHALL MANUFACTURING • P.O. Box 3527 • City of Industry, CA 91744-0527 U.S.A.
Phone (800) 782-7706 • (626) 968-6681 • Fax (626) 855-4862 • Web: www.whitehallmfg.com
Drain Assembly
COMPLETE ASSEMBLY
1A DRAIN VALVE ASSY FOR: P-10-M/MH/MU, P/E-15-M/MU, E-22-MU, S-85/90-M/SL
1B DRAIN VALVE ASSY FOR: P/E-22-M, E-27/45-M
1C DRAIN VALVE ASSY FOR: H-60/75/90-M
1D DRAIN VALVE ASSY FOR: H-105-M
1E DRAIN VALVE ASSY FOR: L-75/90/105-M/SL, S-110-M/SL
ITEM PART NUMBER
1A
6508-095-001
1B
6508-096-001
1C
6508-097-001
1D
6508-098-001
1E
6508-099-001
2
6508-060-001
3
6508-065-000
4
6508-061-199
5A
6508-115-000
5B
6508-118-000
5C
6508-124-000
DESCRIPTION
DRAIN VALVE ASSEMBLY w/ 3-1/2" NIPPLE
DRAIN VALVE ASSEMBLY w/ 4-1/2" NIPPLE
DRAIN VALVE ASSEMBLY w/ 6-1/2" NIPPLE
DRAIN VALVE ASSEMBLY w/ 8-1/2" NIPPLE
DRAIN VALVE ASSEMBLY w/ 9-1/2" NIPPLE
ELBOW & STRAINER ASSEMBLY
WASHER
PIPE STRAP
3/4" NPT PIPE NIPPLE x 3-1/2" LONG
3/4" NPT PIPE NIPPLE x 4-1/2" LONG
3/4" NPT PIPE NIPPLE x 6-1/2" LONG
ITEM PART NUMBER
5D
6508-130-000
5E
6508-132-000
6
6512-000-000
7
0337-050-000
8
0302-005-000
9
6508-063-199
10
6508-061-000
11
6508-064-199
12
6508-065-000
13
6508-062-000
DESCRIPTION
3/4" NPT PIPE NIPPLE x 8-1/2" LONG
3/4" NPT PIPE NIPPLE x 9-1/2" LONG
DRAIN VALVE w/ NPT OUTLET
1/4" STAINLESS STEEL LOCKWASHER
1/4"-20 UNC STN. STL. HEX NUT
1-1/2" ELL TO 3/4" NPT ADAPTER
DRAIN STRAINER
TRHEADED DRAIN, CHROME PLATED
WASHER
CAST BRASS ELBOW
WHITEHALL MANUFACTURING • P.O. Box 3527 • City of Industry, CA 91744-0527 U.S.A.
Phone (800) 782-7706 • (626) 968-6681 • Fax (626) 855-4862 • Web: www.whitehallmfg.com
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Casters
THESE REPAIR PARTS ARE USED
FOR THE FOLLOWING MODEL
NUMBERS ONLY:
WHITEHALL
DAKON
MODEL NUMBERS MODEL NUMBERS
H-60-M
H-75-M
H-90-M
H-105-M
L-75-M
L-90-M
L-105-M
S-85-M
DST-4825
S-90-M
S-110-M
DST-4825
1
2
1A
THESE REPAIR PARTS ARE USED
FOR THE FOLLOWING MODEL
NUMBERS ONLY:
WHITEHALL
DAKON
MODEL NUMBERS MODEL NUMBERS
E-27-M
E-45-M
2A
THESE REPAIR PARTS ARE USED
FOR THE FOLLOWING MODEL
NUMBERS ONLY:
WHITEHALL
DAKON
MODEL NUMBERS MODEL NUMBERS
P-10-M
P-10-MH
P-15-M
P-15-MH
P-22-M
E-15-M
E-15-MH
E-22-M
3
3A
5
THESE REPAIR PARTS ARE USED
FOR THE FOLLOWING MODEL
NUMBERS ONLY:
WHITEHALL
DAKON
MODEL NUMBERS MODEL NUMBERS
E-22-MU
4
10
8
THESE REPAIR PARTS ARE USED
FOR THE FOLLOWING MODEL
NUMBERS ONLY:
WHITEHALL
DAKON
MODEL NUMBERS MODEL NUMBERS
P-10-MU
P-15-MU
E-15-MU
ITEM PART NUMBER
1
6507-013-000
1A
6507-063-000
2
6507-003-000
2A
6507-053-000
3
6507-014-000
3A
6507-064-000
4
6507-050-000
14
6
11
7
9
DESCRIPTION
ITEM PART NUMBER
4" DIA. HEAVY DUTY CASTER
5
6507-025-000
4" DIA. HEAVY DUTY CASTER w/ BRAKE
6
6507-005-000
4" DIA. MEDIUM DUTY CASTER
7
6507-002-000
4" DIA. MEDIUM DUTY CASTER w/ BRAKE
8
6502-005-000
3" DIA. LIGHT DUTY CASTER
9
0337-050-000
3" DIA. LIGHT DUTY CASTER w/ BRAKE
10
6502-100-000
3" DIA. LIGHT DUTY CASTER w/ STEM/BRAKE 11
6520-903-199
7
DESCRIPTION
CASTER TUBE INSERT
2" DIA. LIGHT DUTY CASTER
2" DIA. LIGHT DUTY CASTER w/ STEM/BRAKE
1/4"-20 x 1-3/8" UNC RND HEAD SLOT
1/4"STAINLESS STEEL LOCKWASHER
#8-32 x 3/8" UNC PAN HEAD PHILLIPS
TUBING CASTER PLUG
WHITEHALL MANUFACTURING • P.O. Box 3527 • City of Industry, CA 91744-0527 U.S.A.
Phone (800) 782-7706 • (626) 968-6681 • Fax (626) 855-4862 • Web: www.whitehallmfg.com
Thermometers
a
NOTE: THE THERMOMETER GAUGES TEMPERATURES FROM 40°
TO 140° F. DO NOT ALLOW TEMPERATURES TO EXCEED 140° TO
AVOID DAMAGING THE THERMOMETER.
TO RECALIBRATE: IMMERSE THE STEM A MINIMUM OF 4” INTO
THE WATER TURN ON THE TURBINE ASSEMBLY AND ANOTHER
ACCURATE TEMPERATURE GAUGE TO COMPARE AND USE THE
EXTERNAL ADJUSTMENT SCREW PROVIDED ON THE
THERMOMETER CASING AS INDICATED a .
1A THRU 1C
3
2A THRU 2C
4
3
LENGTH
IN INCHES
LENGTH
IN INCHES
5
ITEM PART NUMBER
1A
6532-005-000
1B
6532-010-000
1C
6532-015-000
2A
6532-070-000
2B
6532-075-000
4
5
BACK CONNECTED
THERMOMETER
BOTTOM CONNECTED
THERMOMETER
AVAILABLE IN 12", 15" & 18"
LENGTHS
AVAILABLE IN 21", 25" &
28" LENGTHS
DESCRIPTION
BACK CONNECTED THERMOMETER 12"
BACK CONNECTED THERMOMETER 15"
BACK CONNECTED THERMOMETER 18"
BOTTOM CONNECTED THERMOMETER 21"
BOTTOM CONNECTED THERMOMETER 25"
ITEM PART NUMBER
2C
6532-080-000
3
6502-451-000
4
6532-100-199
5
6532-101-199
DESCRIPTION
BOTTOM CONNECTED THERMOMETER 28"
#10-32 x 1/4" PAN HD SLOTTED NYLON SCREW
UPPER THERMOMETER BRACKET
LOWER THERMOMETER BRACKET
WHITEHALL MANUFACTURING • P.O. Box 3527 • City of Industry, CA 91744-0527 U.S.A.
Phone (800) 782-7706 • (626) 968-6681 • Fax (626) 855-4862 • Web: www.whitehallmfg.com
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-SDP Separate Drain Pump
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ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE:
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A- TO INSTALL MOTOR/TURBINE ASSEMBLY 1 , LOOSEN HANDLE
2 AND ALIGN AND ENGAGE MOTOR SUPPORT ROD 3 WITH
RAISING AND LOWERING ASSEMBLY 4 . TIGHTEN LEVER
HANDLE 2 . NOTE: INTERNAL BUSHING MAY NEED ADJUSTING.
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B- PLACE DISCHARGE NOZZLE 5 INTO STORAGE SOCKET 6
PROVIDED.
C- TO INSTALL THERMOMETER; THREAD SENSING ROD 7 THRU
UPPER BRACKET 8 AND INTO LOWER BRACKET 9 BEFORE
TIGHTENING SCREW 10 .
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D- TURN THE PRESSURE CONTROL VALVE HANDLE 11 FULLY
CLOCKWISE, THEN FULLY COUNTERCLOCKWISE TO
COMPLETELY LUBRICATE THE PLUNGER ASSEMBLY.
E- INSERT ELECTRICAL CORD TWIST-LOCK PLUG 12 INTO
SOCKET 13 AND TURN CLOCKWISE A QUARTER TURN TO
LOCK IN PLACE.
F- PROVIDE ELECTRICAL SERVICE AND PROPERLY INSTALLED,
GROUND FAULT CIRCUIT INTERRUPTER (GFCI) FOR MOTOR
SPECIFIED. MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS AVAILABLE ARE EITHER
120V AC / 60 HZ ON 15A CIRCUIT OR 240 V AC / 50 HZ ON 10A
CIRCUIT.
WARNING
Turbine assembly is provided with a 3-way plug. The
third prong functions as a built-in ground and must be
plugged into a matching grounded receptacle to
properly ground the product.
G- PLUG IN THE CORD 14 FOR THE MOTOR ASSEMBLY 1 TO
THE RECEPTACLE.
OPERATION:
A- FILL TUB AS DESIRED USING 3/4” NPS X 60” LONG FILLER
HOSE PROVIDED. WATER LEVEL SHOULD BE A MAXIMUM OF
4” BELOW THE RIM AND A MINIMUM OF 6” ABOVE BOTTOM
OF PUMP 15 .
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B- TURN THE PRESSURE CONTROL VALVE HANDLE 11 FULLY
CLOCKWISE. THIS PROVIDES MAXIMUM PRESSURE AND
AGITATION.
C- TURN ON THE SWITCH 16 .
D- ADJUST RAISING AND LOWERING ASSEMBLY 4 BY SLOWLY
PUSHING DOWN ON THE TOP OF THE MOTOR SUPPORT
CASTING 17 UNTIL THE PUMP IS AT THE DESIRED LOCATION
AND TIGHTEN HANDLE 2 TO FIX.
E- ADJUST PRESSURE CONTROL VALVE 11 TO DELIVER
DESIRED LEVEL OF AGITATION AND PRESSURE.
DRAINING PROCEDURE:
A- PLACE DISCHARGE NOZZLE 5 INTO FLOOR DRAIN OR SINK.
B- TURN ON DRAIN PUMP SWITCH 18 . NOTE: WHEN WATER
STOPS DISCHARGING FROM THE NOZZLE, TURN OFF THE
SWITCH.
C- WHEN DRAINING INTO SINK, ANY RESIDUAL WATER
REMAINING MAY BE REMOVED BY SPONGE DRYING.
D- REPLACE DISCHARGE NOZZLE 5 INTO SOCKET 6 .
WHITEHALL MANUFACTURING • P.O. Box 3527 • City of Industry, CA 91744-0527 U.S.A.
Phone (800) 782-7706 • (626) 968-6681 • Fax (626) 855-4862 • Web: www.whitehallmfg.com
Cleaning and Disinfecting
Cleaning and Disinfecting the Whirlpool
After draining the Whirlpool:
1. Verify that the turbine is OFF.
2. Remove any loose objects or debris that may be
present in whirlpool.
3. To Disinfect:
*Whitehall recommends that you disinfect the
whirlpool after each patient.
*Spray or wipe all surfaces of the whirlpool tank and
thermometer with a hard surface disinfectant,
following the disinfectant manufacturer's instructions.
*Rinse away disinfectant residue with warm, clean
water. If needed (or after the last patient of the day)
wipe the inside and outside surfaces of the whirlpool
with a towel to reduce streaking and spotting.
4. To Clean:
*Clean as needed, or weekly at minimum.
*Hand-wash all surfaces of the whirlpool and
thermometer with a non-abrasive stainless steel
cleaner. Scrub only in the direction of the polish lines
on the whirlpool. Follow the manufacture's
instructions for use.
*Rinse with cold water.
*Wipe inside and outside surfaces with a towel to
reduce streaks and spotting.
Disinfecting and Cleaning of the Turbine
1. Drain the tank.
2. Place an empty bucket beneath the turbine. Fill with
water and add disinfectant solution per manufacturers
recommended use.
Important
The following chemicals are NOT recommended:
Ÿ Sodium or calcium hypochlorite, chlorines, or
bleach: Chloride ions are a major cause of
stainless steel pitting and are highly caustic and
corrosive. If used, wear skin, eye and respiratory
protection. Immediately rinse off residue.
Ÿ Phenolics: Phenolics damage metal parts and
plastics and distort the water-lubricated hardrubber bearing in turbine. DO NOT USE.
Ÿ Glutaraldehydes: These chemicals are good
disinfectants but poor cleaners. Exposure to
vapors is harmful. DO NOT USE.
Ÿ Iodines: Iodines are good disinfectants but poor
cleaners. Iodines corrode metal surfaces
including stainless steel. If used wear respiratory
protection. Immediately rinse off residue.
Ÿ Alcohol: Alcohol-based cleaners have limited
effectiveness against some common
microorganisms. They are also extremely
flammable and corrosive. DO NOT USE.
3. Turn the control valve to the slow position.
4. Turn on the turbine for 5 seconds and turn it off. Allow
the turbine to soak for a 10 minute contact time.
5. Spray or wipe all exposed surfaces with a mixture of
suitable disinfectant solution per manufacture’s
recommended use. Exposed surfaces should remain
wet for at least 10 minutes.
Important
Using abrasive compounds or applicators can
damage the whirlpool's appearance. Do not use
abrasive materials to clean the whirlpool.
6. Drain the turbine bucket into the tank and open drain.
7. Rinse all exposed surfaces with warm/hot water.
8. Fill the bucket with water and run turbine for five
seconds to rinse impeller cavity.
*Whitehall recommends the use of Hydrochlor® Whirlpool Antiseptic with all patient treatments.
This simplifies cleaning of equipment by eliminating need for repeated rinsing and scrubbing.
WHITEHALL MANUFACTURING • P.O. Box 3527 • City of Industry, CA 91744-0527 U.S.A.
Phone (800) 782-7706 • (626) 968-6681 • Fax (626) 855-4862 • Web: www.whitehallmfg.com
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Care and Cleaning
CARE AND CLEANING OF STAINLESS STEEL
NORMAL CLEANING
Clean weekly or more often, as needed (especially
high-polish surfaces)
RECOMMENDED CLEANING MATERIALS
Ÿ Sponge - natural or artificial
Ÿ Nylon or other soft-bristle material brush
Ÿ SOFT cloth (as used on automobile finishes)
To remove stubborn spots or to treat a scratch
(Standard Satin Finish only): Continued:
CAREFULLY rub out spot with cleaner/polish. Be sure to
rub in the direction of the grain! Do not allow steel wool to
come in contact with stainless steel. Steel particles can
embed into the stainless steel surface and create rust!
Special Note: After cleaning for serious problems, let
dry, and expose to air for at least 24 hours to allow
"healing" (restoring of the chromium oxide layer) of
the stainless steel surface.
RECOMMENDED CLEANING SOLUTIONS
Ÿ Hand dishwashing liquid/soft water solution
Ÿ Mild soap/soft water solution
Ÿ 3M Stainless Steel Cleaner/Polish
Ÿ White vinegar/soft water solution (for brightening,
removing oil deposit and hard water deposits)
Ÿ CLR Brand Cleaner or baking soda /soft water solution
(for brightening, removing hard water deposits)
Ÿ Club soda and sponge
To remove smudges and fingerprints:
Wipe surfaces with a quality Stainless Steel Cleaner /
Polish. Apply using a soft non-abrasive cloth. Always follow
cleaner/polish product directions provided.
To remove dirt and debris:
Wash surfaces with a mild liquid soap. Apply using a soft,
non-abrasive cloth. Rinse surfaces thoroughly with clean
water. Afterwards, using a soft non-abrasive cloth, wipe
surfaces with stainless steel cleaner/polish.
To remove rust stains:
Wipe surfaces with CRES (available through Whitehall) or
equivalent cleaner. Use recommended solutions. Apply
using a soft non-abrasive sponge. Rinse surfaces
thoroughly immediately after application. Always follow
cleaner product directions provided. Afterwards, using a
soft, non-abrasive cloth, wipe surfaces with stainless steel
cleaner/polish.
FOR TOUGH PROBLEMS
Ÿ CRES Cleaner specifically for rust stains
(Available through Whitehall)
Ÿ Tarn-X for general stains
Ÿ # 7 chrome polish
Ÿ Silver polish
To remove stubborn spots or to treat a scratch
(Standard Satin Finish only):
Use of synthetic, abrasive, general-purpose pads such as
Scotch Brite® is recommended. Apply the stainless steel
cleaner/polish to the synthetic, abrasive pads and
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FOR ENVIRO-GLAZE STAINLESS STEEL
Protecting the powder coated surface is the major key in
keeping an Whitehall Enviro-Glazed stainless steel product
clean and under warranty.
Ÿ For normal wipe-down cleaning, a mild soap and a
sponge or cotton cloth will perform well.
Ÿ Ordinary mild cleaners for home use will sanitize the
fixture. (eg. Soft-Scrub®, Comet Soft Cleanser®, Clorox®,
Scrubbing Bubbles® Gel.)
Ÿ NEVER use harsh cleansers such as "Kaboom®", Lysol®
Gel, Lysol Cling® or "The Works" as these contain
powerful acidic or alkaline chemicals which may damage
the finish or even the metal of the tank itself. Use of such
chemicals will void the warranty.
Ÿ NEVER use a metal brush while cleaning. The use of
such a tool at any time will scratch the finish and
perhaps cause corrosion, voiding the warranty.
THINGS TO AVOID
Ÿ Harsh polishing cleanser (Comet, Bon Ami, etc.)
Ÿ Harsh chemicals (strong acidic or alkaline materials
such as hydrochloric acid, sodium hydroxide, etc.)
Ÿ Any abrasive substance (dirt/mud, ceramic items, etc.)
Ÿ Chlorinated cleansers, sanitizers or bleach of any kind
Ÿ Steel wool, steel utensils or any object made of steel or
metal, left in contact with stainless surface (hair pins,
paper clips, aerosol cans)
Ÿ Scotch-Brite® type pads on high-polished surfaces
Ÿ Seawater or excessively hard water
Ÿ Salt or salty foods allowed to dry on surface
Ÿ Leaving scratches in metal surface (soil can collect in
these, preventing surface from "healing")
Ÿ Leaving hard water sitting (evaporating) for extended
periods, allowing mineral deposits to collect.
WHITEHALL MANUFACTURING • P.O. Box 3527 • City of Industry, CA 91744-0527 U.S.A.
Phone (800) 782-7706 • (626) 968-6681 • Fax (626) 855-4862 • Web: www.whitehallmfg.com
Maintenance and Troubleshooting
Maintenance Schedule
Troubleshooting
The whirlpool requires regular maintenance. Set up and
follow a maintenance schedule. The table at right
represents minimum intervals for maintenance.
When there is a significant loss in pressure at the
turbine assembly:
When using maintenance products, follow the
manufacturers' directions and read the manufacturer’s
MSDS, Material Safety Data Sheets. You can purchase a
recommended disinfectant from Whitehall Customer
Service (Back of Manual) or your Whitehall distributor.
Ÿ Add water, pump body must be completely submerged.
Ÿ Check water inlet holes underneath the pump, clean
away any foreign material.
Motor does not start when switch is turned on:
Ÿ Check your power source.
Ÿ Have a qualified technician check switch.
Maintenance Procedures
Motor ceases operation:
NOTE: The motor is equipped with an overload protector.
In an overheated condition, the motor will automatically
shut off until it has returned to a normal operating
temperature.
Minimum
Maintenance Intervals
Each Month
To recalibrate: Immerse the stem a minimum of 4” into the
water turn on the turbine assembly and another accurate
temperature gauge to compare and use the external
adjustment screw provided a on the thermometer casing
as indicated.
B- Excessive current load
Each Week
Note: The thermometer gauges temperatures from 40° to
140° F. Do not allow temperatures to exceed 140° to avoid
damaging the thermometer.
A- Blocked motor ventilation holes
As Needed
Hard Water:
The mineral properties of hard water, if allowed to build up
over a period of time, have the potential for creating
damage to the moving parts of the turbine assembly. We
recommend the installation of a water softener or if that is
not possible, the use of a water softening agent.
Ÿ Check for motor overloads: Possible causes are:
Each Use
Motor:
Motors are equipped with sealed greased ball bearings
that do not require lubrication. Vent holes in the motor and
motor cover shell must be cleaned periodically to allow
free air flow and prevent overheating.
Disinfecting (page 17)
Cleaning (page 18)
Inspecting (page 2)
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WHITEHALL MANUFACTURING • P.O. Box 3527 • City of Industry, CA 91744-0527 U.S.A.
Phone (800) 782-7706 • (626) 968-6681 • Fax (626) 855-4862 • Web: www.whitehallmfg.com
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NOTES
MOTOR DISASSEMBLY
Motor Cover
Waterproof Toggle
Switch Cover
Switch
Motor
Wire Connector
Assemblies
Motor Base
Power Cord
Capacitor
Assembly
Condenser Cover
SWITCH WIRING (115V)
SWITCH
POWER INLET
L
SWITCH WIRING (230V)
2
BLK
2
L
6
WHT
X
E
1
1
BRN
BLU
1
2
2
X
E
1
1
6
MOTOR
MOTOR
1
YEL/GRN
YEL/GRN
N
N
GND
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SWITCH
POWER INLET
GND
WHITEHALL MANUFACTURING • P.O. Box 3527 • City of Industry, CA 91744-0527 U.S.A.
Phone (800) 782-7706 • (626) 968-6681 • Fax (626) 855-4862 • Web: www.whitehallmfg.com
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 3527 • City of Industry, CA 91744-0527 U.S.A
Physical Address:
15125 Proctor Avenue • City of Industry, CA 91746 U.S.A
Phone 800-782-7706 • 626-968-6681
Fax 626-855-4862
Web: www.whitehallmfg.com
E-mail: info@whitehallmfg.com
Any questions regarding servicing of products in Europe or the Middle East should be directed to:
Niva Medical Company • Olarinluoma 14 B, FIN-02200 Espoo, Finland
Phone 358 9 615 00 540 • Fax 358 9 615 00 545
Web www.nivamedical.fi • E-mail info@nivamedical.fi
EC REP
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MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY
Whitehall Manufacturing Company warrants that its products are free from defects in material or workmanship under
normal use and service for a period of one year from date of shipment. Whitehall's liability under this warranty shall be
discharged solely by replacement or repair of defective material, provided Whitehall is notified in writing within one
year from date of shipment, F.O.B. Industry, California.
This warranty does not cover installation or labor charges, and does not apply to materials which have been
damaged by other causes such as mishandling or improper care or abnormal use. The repair or replacement of
the defective materials shall constitute the sole remedy of the Buyer and the sole remedy of Whitehall under this
warranty. Whitehall shall not be liable under any circumstances for incidental, consequential or direct charges caused
by defects in the materials, or any delay in the repair or replacement thereof. This warranty is in lieu of all other
warranties expressed or implied. Product maintenance instructions are issued with each fixture, and disregard or noncompliance with these instructions will constitute an abnormal use condition and void the warranty. Stainless steel
must be protected on jobsites during construction and must be properly maintained after the water has been
introduced into the fixture, or Whitehall's limited warranty is void. If you have any questions or require technical
assistance, please call 800-743-8219.
NOTICE TO KEEP ORIGINAL PACKAGING- Regarding warranty claims: customer must retain original packaging
for one year upon receipt of product. If packaging is discarded, it is the customer's responsibility to provide adequate
packaging. Any shipping claims that are a direct result of customer-provided packaging materials will be handled by
the shipper.
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