National Vacuum Equipment
Owner’s Manual
607 PRO Challenger Series Rotary Vane Vacuum Pumps
Authorized NVE Distributor, Service & Repair Facility
120 – 10293 276 ST, Acheson, Alberta, Canada T7X 6A5
T: 780.962.1827 F: 780.962.1830 E: sales@fraserwoods.ca
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607 PRO Challenger
Owner’s Record
Date of Purchase: _________________________
Purchased from: __________________________
Serial Number: ____________________________
© 2015 National Vacuum Equipment, Inc.
Revision: 2 (Released) September, 2015
No part of this manual may be reproduced without the written permission of
National Vacuum Equipment, Inc.
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION
FOR INSTALLING PUMP
607 PRO CHALLENGER SERIES PUMPS AERIAL VIEW
SHADED AREA MUST BE KEPT CLEAR
FOR SERVICING THE FILTER
Counter Clockwise
Rotation
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Clockwise
Rotation
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Contents
Introduction
5
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General Information���������������������������������������������������������5
Limited Warranty
6
.Warranty��������������������������������������������������������������������������6
607 PRO Challenger
9
.Application�����������������������������������������������������������������������9
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Pump Specifications��������������������������������������������������������9
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System Requirements���������������������������������������������������10
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Drive System ���������������������������������������������������������������� 11
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Factory Settings������������������������������������������������������������� 11
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Adjusting Factory Oil Settings���������������������������������������12
Operating Instructions
14
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Normal Operation ���������������������������������������������������������14
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Recommended Lubricant����������������������������������������������15
.Maintenance������������������������������������������������������������������16
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Cold Weather Operation������������������������������������������������17
Troubleshooting
18
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Pump overheats������������������������������������������������������������18
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Pump uses too much oil������������������������������������������������18
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Pump doesn’t turn���������������������������������������������������������18
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No vacuum��������������������������������������������������������������������19
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System Troubleshooting������������������������������������������������19
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Making a vacuum tester������������������������������������������������20
Parts Breakdown
21
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607 PRO Fan Cooled Parts Diagram����������������������������21
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607 PRO Liquid Cooled Parts Diagram�������������������������22
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607 PRO SV Parts Diagram������������������������������������������23
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607 PRO Challenger Series Vacuum Pumps Parts List24
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607 PRO Fan Cooled Parts Oil Line Routing����������������26
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607 PRO Liquid Cooled Oil Line Routing����������������������27
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Introduction
General Information
About National Vacuum Equipment
Congratulations! You now own a quality vacuum/pressure pump proudly
manufactured in the U.S.A. by National Vacuum Equipment, Inc. You
have not only acquired a superior piece of equipment from a qualified
dealer, you have hired a team of vacuum experts. We stand ready to
work with your dealer to answer your questions and provide you with the
information necessary to keep your equipment in peak working condition.
Thank you for putting your trust in National Vacuum Equipment.
Our Mission
We are dedicated to the production and wholesale distribution of quality
vacuum system products at a reasonable price, on a timely basis. We are a “one-stop shop” for manufacturers and distributors of vacuum
equipment.
Our History
National Vacuum Equipment, Inc. was founded in 1980 by Bruce Luoma.
The Company started as a retailer of vacuum pumps. Soon after it
started, the Company secured the rights to exclusive distribution of the
Battioni vacuum pumps in North America. This helped the Company to
evolve into its current status as a wholesale supplier.
To reach the goal of becoming a full service supplier of vacuum system
components, the Company began fabrication of its own line of
components, purchased and developed its own line of vacuum pumps,
and began purchasing for resale, various valves and accessories.
Today, NVE has full service machine, fabrication and powder-coating
shops complete with CNC-controlled production equipment designed for
close tolerance work. The company has a highly trained staff, all of whom
are dedicated to quality.
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Limited Warranty
607 PRO Challenger
Warranty
National Vacuum Equipment, Inc.
Guarantees that the product it provides is free of manufacturer’s
defects, including materials and workmanship. When properly
installed and maintained this product is warranted for a period of
two (2) years subject to the following conditions:
1.
A properly completed warranty registration card must be
received by us within 30 days of sale to end user for pump sales
to be considered warrantable. All pumps received for warranty
consideration must retain the original NVE serial number tag.
2.
The two (2) year period shall begin the day the product is shipped
from our warehouse, unless we are provided with an authentic
copy of the original resale invoice, in which case the two (2) year
period shall begin at such invoice date.
3.
The covered product must be used in an application for which it
was intended. We do not recommend our product for particular
uses or applications.
4.
Vane breakage, or damage caused by vane breakage, is
not warrantable.
5.
Damage caused by improper use or lack of proper
maintenance is not warrantable.
6.
Manufacturer’s liability under this or any other warranty, whether
express or implied, is limited to repair of or, at the manufacturer’s
option, replacement of parts which are shown to have been
defective when shipped
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7.
Manufacturer’s liability shall not be enforceable for any
product until National Vacuum Equipment, Inc. has been paid
in full for such product.
8.
Except to the extent expressly stated herein, manufacturer’s
liability for incidental and consequential damage is hereby
excluded to the full extent permitted by law.
9.
Manufacturer’s liability as stated herin cannot be altered
except in writing signed by an officer of National Vacuum
Equipment, Inc.
10. Certain products provided by National Vacuum Equipment,
Inc. are covered by their respective manufacturer’s
warranties (e.g., engines used in the NVE engine drive
packages). These products are not covered by the National
Vacuum Equipment, Inc. Manufacturer’s Warranty.
11. Final assemblers responsibility. NVE goes to great lengths
to insure the quality and proper functionality of the products it
supplies. Many products we supply are purchased for resale
or are impossible or impractical to test prior to the installation
of the item in a vacuum system. It is therefore the
responsibility of the final assembler to thoroughly test the
vacuum system and components supplied to the assembler
by NVE prior to the delivery of the final product to
the end user.
12. NVE is not responsible for pump coupling tightness or
alignment. Customer needs to inspect periodically to ensure
proper alignment and to check tightness of set screws.
Any items found to be defective after delivery to the end user that
should have been discovered prior to delivery will qualify for
replacement of the defective part only with absolutely no
compensation for outside labor or travel expenses. Any subsequent
damage to other components caused by the defective part will be the
sole responsibility of the assembler.
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Warranty Procedures
Should a potential warranty situation arise, the following
procedures must be followed:
•Contact your dealer or NVE immediately upon the occurrence of
the event and within the warranty period.
•Customer must receive a return materials authorization (RMA)
form from NVE before returning product.
•All serial-numbered products must retain the original NVE serial
number tag to be qualified for warranty.
•Product must be returned to NVE intact for inspection before
warranty will be honored.
•Product must be returned to NVE freight prepaid in the most
economical way.
•Credit will be issued for material found to be defective upon our
inspection, based upon prices at the time of purchase.
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607 PRO Challenger
Model-Specific
Information
Application
Designed for extended operation
• Duty cycle will vary depending on several factors, such as altitude,
RPM & ambient temperature.
• The 607 PRO Challenger is a heavy duty vacuum pump,
designed to be used in liquid waste pumping systems where extended
operation is desired.
• Proven applications are:
- Oil field
- Restaurant Grease
- Septic
- Industrial Waste
Pump Specifications
607 PRO Calculated Flow Data
Pressure (PSI)
RPM
1500
1250
1000
Hp.
Free flow
Vacuum (inches of Mercury)
20
15
10
5
0
5
10
15
20
25
27
34
32
29
27
23
23
22
21
20
19
19
CFM
Hp.
282
291
301331380348
338331310282244
CFM
Hp.
229237244269320282
275269252229198
CFM
178
184
190209245220
214209196178155
29
25
27
23
24
20
23
18
20
15
20
15
19
14
16
14
15
13
14
12
Recommended RPM 1000-1250
maximum of 1500 RPM is for intermittent operation only.
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System Requirements
High Quality Components
•The 607 PRO Challenger is a high performance vacuum pump and
requires compatible, high quality components as manufactured by
NVE.
Shutoffs
•We recommend an 8” cage and a 6” stainless steel ball which is
standard in all of our primary and secondary shutoffs.
Hose
•Use 3” or larger hose to plumb your system. We recommend you
use a hose that can withstand high temperatures such as hot
tar-asphalt hose.
Pressure and Vacuum Relief Valves
•A properly adjusted pressure relief and vacuum relief valves should
also be incorporated in the system between the secondary shutoff
and the pump.
•The relief valves should be set to where the pump operates at a
maximum temperature of 375 degrees
Fahrenheit.
PRESSURE
RELIEF VALVES - SETTING INSTRUCTION
Pressure and Vacuum Relief Valve Setting Instructions
1
Pressure Relief Valve
2
B
Picture 1.
1. Unscrew the lock nut “A”
2. Turn the spring-tightener “B”
3
C
A
A
Picture 2.
1. Once obtained the desired pressure, screw down the lock nut “A”
Picture 2
Picture 3.
Picture 1
VACUUM
RELIEF
- SETTING Once
INSTRUCTION
obtained the desired pressure, screw
1) Unscrew the
lock nut VALVES
"A”
down theand
lock nut “A”
2) Turn the
spring-tightener
“B”,
1. Fix the setting, using the rings
“C”
Situated
on the body
on the
Clockwise to increase the pressure.
Anti-clockwise to reduce the pressure
spring tightener
A
Vacuum Relief Valve
C
D
Picture 3
Fix the setting, using the rings “C”
Situated on the body and on the springtightener
B
E
1. Remove the protection cap “A”
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1)
Remove
the dept.
protection
Export
+39 - cap
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2)
Turn the spring-tightener “B”, through a
spanner “C” , Clockwise to increase the
pressure, Anti-clockwise to reduce the
pressure
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2. Turn the spring-tighter “B”, through a spanner “C”, clockwise to
increase the pressure, counter-clockwise to reduce the pressure
3. Once obtained the desired pressure, screw down the lock nut “D”
4. Screw down the protection cap and fix it using the rings “E”
situated on the valve body and on the cap
Drive System
•The pump should be mounted on a level, horizontal
surface, secured with grade 8 fasteners.
•The drive system should be sized to supply the required
horsepower to the pump plus a reserve to insure long life.
•The power take off (PTO) must be slowly engaged or it will
damage the pump and drive components.
•Make certain that all shafts, pulleys or turning parts are
properly guarded.
•Check the ratio of the drive system prior to installation to
verify that the pump will be turning at the proper speed.
Direction of Rotation
•The direction of rotation and RPM are marked on the front
of the pump.
•The direction of rotation required by your drive system
should be determined prior to ordering the pump. Please
pay special attention to the orientation of the final filter,
which varies with rotation.
Factory Settings
•The automatic lubrication pumps are set at the factory during
pump testing and should require no further adjustment
during pump installation. The oil pump is easily adjustable
from 5-24 ounces per hour.
•It is the responsibility of the installer to ensure proper vacuum
and pressure settings and RPM.
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Oil Pump Flow Rate Adjustment Procedures
1. Remove oil pump cap (3/32 hex).
. Ensure o-ring stays intact.
3/32 Hex
5. Back the screw off the desired amount
. of turns (CCW).
Tip: More turns out equals less oil flow.
. Fewer turns out equals more oil flow.
6. Retighten jam nut while holding
. adjustment screw.
Jam Nut
Tight Against
Piston
2. Move cam so adjustment screws
. are resting on lower flats
Upper Flat
Lower Flat
3. Hold adjustment screw (9/64 hex or flat
. head screw) while loosening jam nut . 1/4” wrench). Spin jam nut all the way
. up to the head.
Adjustment
Screw 9/64
Hex or Flat
Head Screw
Depending
on Unit
7. Repeat process for other
. adjustment screw.
8. Reassemble cover onto pump
. assuring o-ring does not fall out of
groove, and springs are located over
. adjustment screws
O-ring
Seated in
Groove
Jam Nut
4. Tighten adjustment screw (CW) until
. it seats on the cam. (Do not force!)
Springs
Located Over
Screws
Seated
Against Flat
of Cam
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If oil pump requires further adjustment, the
rule is 1/2 turn CW = 1 oz / hr higher oil flow.
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Adjusting Factory Oil Settings Continued
NVE 4 Port Oil Pump Adjustment Rate Chart
Tested at 1100 RPM
Turns From Bottom
7.5
7.25
Ounces Per Hour
6
7
7
6.75
6.5
6
5.5
5
4.75
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
4.5
4.25
15
16
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Operating Instructions
607 PRO Challenger
Normal Operation
Oil Reservoir
• Check oil reservoir daily and fill as required.
• Drain and clean periodically depending on use.
Temperature
• Check exhaust temperature. It must not exceed 375 degrees
Fahrenheit at any time.
Recommended RPM
• Do not operate the pump faster than the recommended RPM of
1000-1250. 1500 RPM is for intermittent use only.
• Too low of an RPM can cause the vanes to clatter (inconsistent
contact with the housing) causing wear.
Suction Valve
• To operate the suction valve, move the handle in the appropriate
direction for either vacuum or pressure; center is neutral.
Vacuum Levels
• Do not operate your pump for extended periods of time at
vacuum levels which cause the pump to exceed 375 degrees
Fahrenheit exhaust gas temperature.
Guards
• Make certain all guards are in place prior to running your pump.
Think Safety!
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Recommended Lubricant
Recommended NVE Turbine Oils:
1. *NVE ISO 68 Oil (Winter Blend)
2. *NVE ISO 150 Oil (Summer Blend)
Other Acceptable Turbine Oils:
1. Shell Turbo 68
2. Mobil D.T.E. Heavy - Medium
3. Texaco Regal R & O 68
4. Chevron GST
5. Penzoil Penzabell 68 T.O.
* NVE ISO 68 and NVE ISO 150 Oils are recommended for the
Challenger series vacuum pumps. Challenger Vacuum Pump
Oil is sold by the case, (6) gallons per case.
Although we recommended using a turbine oil for optimum use,
you may use any type of oil you prefer, as long as you
monitor your operating temperatures and keep your pump
within the proper operating range (must not exceed 375
degrees). Using a non-turbine oil outside of the recommended
range may cause problems such as overheating, lacquering
and excessive wear, which can lead to severe damage to your
equipment.
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Maintenance
Washing
• Periodically wash the mud and dirt off of your pump as it
must be clean to allow heat to radiate from it.
Flushing
We recommend periodic flushing of your pump. To do this:
1. Connect the hose to the flush valve located on the side of
the inlet port.
2. Put the end of the hose in a one pint container of diesel
fuel. Start your pump and run as slow as possible.
3. With the suction valve in the vacuum position, monitor the
diesel flow to your pump.
4. When the diesel fuel is gone, switch the suction valve to
neutral and run the pump for 2 minutes.
5. Speed the pump up to normal RPM, switch the suction
valve to vacuum.
6. Remove the hose and close the valve.
7. Properly dispose of used oil and flushing fluid.
Checking Vane Wear
• We recommend checking vane wear at least once every
12 months.
• A new vane is flush with the outside diameter of the rotor.
• Remove the plug from the vane check port, insert a rod
into the rotor’s outside diameter, rotate rotor until the rod
falls into one of the vane slots. If the rod falls more than
a 1/4” into any of the 7 vane slots, it’s time to replace the
vanes.
• Vanes should be replaced in sets and it is always a good
idea to have an extra set of vanes on hand
for emergencies.
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Maintenance Continued
•Check filter regularly
•Clean filter with compressed air or a cleaning solution. The filter is made of stainless steel, please keep that in mind when choosing your cleaning solution.
•Before reinserting the filter into the housing, lube the
inside end of the filter that will fit over the lip in the bottom of the housing.
› ›
Properly apply lube here on
the inside lip of the filter...
...before reinserting here.
Cold Weather Operation
Prior to engaging pump.
• Confirm pump is not frozen.
If pump is frozen, thaw it.
• If the pump is frozen, thaw it out by moving the truck into
a heated building.
Avoid freezing problems
• You can avoid freezing problems by putting a small
amount of diesel fuel into the pump at the end of the day.
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Troubleshooting
NVE 607 PRO
Vacuum Pump
Problem: Pump overheats
Causes:
•No oil in pump
•Oil adjustment set too lean
•RPM too fast
•Prolonged operation at excessive vacuum or pressure levels
•Pump is dirty
•Inlet filter is clogged.
Problem: Pump uses too much oil
Causes:
•Oil pump set too rich
•Leaving pump under vacuum between jobs
•Product running through pump
Problem: Pump doesn’t turn
Causes:
•Broken vane or bearing
•Pump is frozen
•Problem in the drive train
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Problem: No vacuum
Causes:
•Suction valve is in neutral
•Worn seals or vanes
•Pump is not turning fast enough
•Check valve or suction valve is clogged
•Leak in the tank or fittings
•Collapsed hose between the pump and shutoffs
•Inlet filter clogged
System Troubleshooting
Locating the source of the trouble
If you notice a decrease in pump performance, start troubleshooting
at the pump.
• Remove the suction and discharge hoses at the pump.
• Start the pump and run it in vacuum only at its
normal RPM
• Check the vacuum level at the pump inlet. The 607 PRO
Challenger in new condition will develop 27-28.5” hg.
• If the pump checks out ok, check the vacuum level at the
secondary, then the primary shutoff. Keep working your
way back until you find the problem. For rebuild instructions, go to page 34 of this manual.
You may also visit our website at www.natvac.com or call us at
800-253-5500
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Making a vacuum tester
1.Procure a flange to mount on your 4-way valve, a
short 3” pipe nipple, a 3” pipe cap and a vacuum
gage.
2.Drill and tap a 1/4” N.P.T. thread in the pipe cap.
3.Assemble the flange, nipple, pipe cap and
vacuum gage.
4.Remove a flange from the four-way valve on your
pump.
5.Start the pump and confirm the location you have
chosen to test from is at vacuum.
6.Using the existing O-ring, fasten the testing flange
to your pump.
7.Start your pump and read the vacuum level on the
gauge.
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313
311
64
315
63
312
311
62
302
308
68
50
42
314
59
5
60
23
65
28
306
29
309
47
25
4
319
318
57
3
304
308
27
14
2
36
316
61
74
20
82
37
83
11
12
13
19
308
22
75
301
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24
316
D
1
55
27
67
317
10
17
14
8
303
308
302 308
20
21
15
16
308
51
43
318
18
7
9
26
309
305
4
308
311
47
209
304
25
205
202
41
31
306
78
29
23
201
204
5
203
49
47
33
32
34
45
81
300
55
208
30
76
310
79
77
80
44
307
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302
308
42
5
23
28
29
25
301
306
308
6
311
36
4
27
304
2
35
40
74
24
308
3
14
20
22
12
13
308
301
1
7
9
37
11
8
18
75
26
309
305
19
NVE 607 PRO Challenger Liquid Cooled | Parts Diagram
39
66
A
57
21
46
20
308
30
303
17
31
38
10
302
15
16
308
51
43
55
14
3
27
308
304
4
306
311
311
41
209
35
6
25
306
29
204
201
5
202
208
23
32
205
47
49
34
203
47
308
31
45
302
33
300
308
301
55
84
81
80
82
76
44
310
307
79
77
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313
311
315
64
308 302
63
316
68
42
5
28
23
311
312
62
69B
50
29
27
25
306
2
36
309
61
4
3
319
1
69C
24
82
78
314
320
316
31
57
69A
65
83
73
79
77
308 302
82
37
27
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A
304
76
4
308
14
25
20
29
10
5
11
30
55
23
12
308
22
47
83
21
17
308 301
19
15
317 318 67
303
69D
306 311
32
49
13
74
81
16
308
34
43
80
18
51
33
305 309 75
70
308
45
302
300
204
310
55
307
201
202
26
205
44
203
208
8
209
7
41
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NVE 607 PRO Challenger Series | Parts List
ITEM
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1
120-001-367
120-001-367-L
120-001-607A
HOUSING FAN
HOUSING LIQUID
HOUSING SIDE VALVE
2
120-005-367
ROTOR 607
3
120-009-367
SEAL SLEEVE
4
120-003-001
ENDPLATE 607
5
120-045-001
SPRING WAVE WIRE 3.5” DIA
6
120-021-367
COVER PLATE WATER JACKET
7
120-046-367
SPRING CHECK VALVE
8
120-041-367
CHECK VALVE 3”
9
120-042-367
RETAINER RING CHECK VALVE 3”
10
120-320-003
HOUSING FILTER WITH RELIEF BOSS
11
120-062-002
PLUG 4-WAY FOR 3/8” HANDLE
12
120-064-003
O-RING 2-240 VITON
13
120-065-002
TOWER MACHINED 3”
14
120-063-367
FLANGE 4-WAY 3” NPT
15
120-064-004
O-RING 2-265 VITON
16
120-310-001
COVER FILTER
17
120-220
THERMOMETER, 50-400 DEG, 2” FOR PUMPS FACE 2.5”
18
120-060-006
HANDLE 3/8”
19
120-064-002
O-RING 2-214 VITON
20
120-064-001
O-RING 2-154-VITON
21
120-314-001
FILTER ELEMENT INLET
22
120-045
SPRING 4-WAY FILTER VALVE
23
120-055-367
GASKET BEARINGS COVER FRONT
24
120-007-367
VANE
25
120-018-367
SEAK 60 X 72 X 8 AV VITON SGL LIP RUBBER COATED
26
120-039-367
GASKET INTAKE/EXHAUST GARLOCK
27
120-004-367
GASKET ENDPLATE 0.006” VEG
28
120-053
SEAL 40 X 52 X 7 VITON
29
120-019-367
BEARING NJ308 L1308B
30
120-102
DRAIN VALVE 1/8” NPT
31
120-058
PLUG BRASS HEX HEAD 0.125” NPT
32
320-LF8
DRIVE TAB
33
123-000-002
OIL PUMP 4 PORT BI-DIRECTIONAL
34
320-R31
GASKET OIL PUMP
35
120-022-367
GASKET COVER PLATE
36
120-006
KEY 0.375” X 0.375” X2” 1018 UN BER
37
120-059
PLUG BRASS HEX HEAD 0.25” NPT
38
120-220-1
THERMOMETER 220F WPT 0.125”-27 NPT
39
120-047-1
DRAIN PLUG 3/4” NPT SOC HD MAGNETIC
40
120-047
DRAIN PLUG 3/4” NPT
41
120-107
TAG SERIAL NUMBER BRASS
42
120-054-001
BEARING COVER
43
120-060-005
GRIP 3/8” HANDLE W/ LOGO
44
120-079-005
GUARD NVE OIL PUMP
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ITEM
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
45
320-408-001
ADAPTER ELBOW 1/8” BSPT-NPT
46
120-049
BUSHING 0.75” NOT X 0.125”-27 NPT
47
320-409-003
P-CLIP OIL LINE 1/4” X 5/16”
49
120-054-002
BEARING COVER OIL PUMP MOUNT
50
120-101-367-D
120-101-367-S
DECAL 607 PRO FAN CW
DECAL 607 PRO FAN CCW
51
120-312-002
KNOB FILTER COVER 5/16-18 UN
55
310-LP5
HOSE BARB 1/4” X1/8” NPT STRAIGHT
57
120-103-367
DECAL IMPORTANT 375 DEGREES
59
120-071-367-D
120-071-367-S
SHROUD UPPER CW
SHROUD UPPER CCW
60
120-070-367-DS
SHROUD LOWER ROLLED
61
120-076
KEY FAN 0.375” X 0.375” X1” ROUND BOTH ENDS 1018 UN BER
62
120-074-001
FAN SHROUD
63
120-083-002
120-083-001
FAN ASSY CW
FAN ASSY CCW
64
120-073-E
FAN COVER E-COAT
65
120-105
TAG NVE SERIAL NUMBER LARGE
66
120-106-367-D
120-106-367-S
DECAL CW LIQUID
DECAL CCW LIQUID
67
120-077-367
SHROUD SUPPORT 0.5625” X 2.125”
68
120-100-607
DECAL 607 PRO CHALLENGER HEAVY DUTY
69A
120-071-607A-S
TIN SET CCW
70
120-100-608A
DECAL CHALLENGER 607 SIDE MANIFOLD
73
120-351-001
LIFT EYE 3/8-16 PLATED
74
366-150
VACUUM RELIEF 1 1/2” NPT
75
412-020-001
WASHER, CUP 4-WAY VALVE 3/8” HANDLE
76
320-407-005
OIL LINE -3 SST FEMALE JIC TO BANJO 6.75”
77
320-407-006
OIL LINE -3 SST 90 DEG JIC TO BANJO 17.5”
78
320-407-008
OIL LINE -3 SST 90 DEG JIC TO BANJO 24.5”
79
320-407-007
OIL LINE -3 SST FEMALE JIC TO BANJO 30.75”
80
123-408-014
BANJO BOLT 1/8” BSPP
81
123-013-001
WASHER 3/8” SEALING NBR
82
320-408-016
FITTING STR -3 MJIC X 1/8 MNPT
83
320-408-017
FITTING ELBOW -3 MJIC X 1/8 MNPT
84
320-407-014
OIL LINE -3 SST FEMALE JIC TO BANJO 34.00”
201
310-LP6
HOSE BARB 1/4” NPT X 1/4” STRAIGHT
202
320-407-003
OIL LINE BLACK 1/4” ID 30R7
203
320-083-009
OIL TANK FILTER 100 MESH
204
320-082-001
OIL TANK 5QT & TETHERED CAP BLACK
205
320-083-010
FILTER FITTING OIL TANK 1/4 NPT
208
320-R102
OIL LINE 3/8” X 1/4” ID LINE
209
416-025-1WC
CLAMP WORM 1/4” SS
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607 PRO Challenger Series | 27
(29.39)
Ø.688
4 PLCS
13.375
3/4" FNPT
(6.69)
5.516
Ø.688
4 PLCS
NOTE EXTRA P-CLIP
(11.032)
11.500
(8.874)
5.750
(13.500)
B) FRONT BEARING
A) REAR BEARING
3
5.516
D) FRONT BORE
(8.937)
13.375
C) REAR BORE
B) FRONT BEARING
A) REAR BEARING
C) BORE - REAR
MOUNTING HOLE LOCATIONS
D) BORE
- FRONT
VIEW
D-D
SCALE 1 / 4
607 PRO Challenger5 - Liquid Cooled - Oil Line
Routing
4
4 PLCS
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