AURORA 790 SERIES ® CONSTANT PRESSURE BOOSTER SYSTEMS WITH STACKABLE PUMPS WWW.AURORAPUMP.COM CONSTANT PRESSURE BOOSTER SYSTEMS WITH STACKABLE PUMPS AURORA 790 SERIES ® Constant Pressure Booster Systems with Stackable Pumps Capacities to 1200 GPM (272.5 M3 /HR) Pressures to 346 psi (244 M) Potable Water Application Constant Pressure Pumping Introduction CP Boss, Aurora’s packaged constant pressure booster systems are designed to meet the ever increasing demand of variable flows in high-rise, commercial, municipal and industrial buildings. These PLC based systems are available in vertical configurations. Easy to select and install, pre-engineered duplex and triplex units are available for quick delivery. Each system is performance tested for trouble free operation and ease of installation and start-up. Feature Selector Standard Features Optional Features •UL labeled pressure sensing control panel •ASME rated steel bladder tank •PLC pump sequence controller •Galvanized, copper or stainless steel headers •Duplex or triplex •Special control panels •Vertical configurations •Current sensing or flow sensing •Vertical stackable pumps • Simplex, quadruplex designs •High efficiency motors • Specially engineered booster systems for higher flows and pressures •Steel manifolds •Complete factory test •Pilot operated pressure regulating valves •Maximum pressure up to 175 psi, maximum flows up to 1200 GPM • Single source responsibility 2 Packaged constant pressure booster systems described in this bulletin are used in offices and high rise buildings. CONSTANT PRESSURE BOOSTER SYSTEMS WITH STACKABLE PUMPS Pump Features B A E C F I H D G A. Completely Assembled and prewired for easy installation. B. Pressure Sensing Control Panel The programmable controller incorporated into the UL listed NEMA 1 Control Panel readily allows for the addition of optional control functions and alarm features. C.Systems D. E. feature Aurora 390 Series vertical multi-stage in-line pumps in stainless steel construction. • High temp/high pressure mechanical Seal. Cartridge Design allows replacing seal with out removing the motor. • All wetted components of Aisi 304 stainless steel for corrosion resistance. • Tungsten carbide vs ceramic bushings for long life at high temperatures. Pressure Reducing valves automatically reduce higher inlet pressure to a constant downstream pressure regardless of changing flow rate or inlet pressure. Pilot control settings are readily accessable and are easy to adjust. Return flow is prevented through built in check valves. For some applications where constant discharge pressure is not critical or where suction pressure is relatively constant as with a reservoir, silent check valves may be substituted for pressure reducing valves. Pressure Gauges F. Steel Manifolds are painted Aurora blue for corrosion resistance and to meet various local codes. Flanged connections provide easy installation. All piping is schedule 40. G. H. Welded Groutable Steel Base provides complete support while still allowing the unit to be readily maneuvered for installation. Full-Port Ball Valves provided on each pump suction and discharge branch will allow individual pumps to be serviced without interrupted operation. I. Thermal Relief Valve is installed in pump casing to prevent overheating and pump failure. The valve will automatically sense the rise in temperature and discharge some of the hot fluid causing the cooler fluid to enter the casing and the valve will then close. J. Hydropneumatic Pressure Tank (not illustrated) can be optionally provided to maintain system pressure during periods of low demand. Depending on specific application, the tank can be located adjacent to the system in the equipment room, remotely located, or mounted with the system on the common baseplate. are located on panel. WWW.AURORAPUMP.COM 3 CONSTANT PRESSURE BOOSTER SYSTEMS WITH STACKABLE PUMPS Pump and System Selection All packaged booster systems have a desired discharge pressure and a given suction pressure from the city water system, or from a suction tank. Individual pump boost pressure is usually the system boost plus the friction losses within the booster system pipe, fittings, and pressure reducing valves. Individual pump flow is usually two equal sized pumps on a duplex system, and a percentage such as 20% + 40% + 40% = 100% for a triplex system. Determine the system flow and boost as well as individual pump flow and boost. 1) Total system flow in GPM______________ (See Chart Below) " 4" 3" 1/2 2- " 2" 1/2 1/4 30 Determine system manifold size 0 – 140 GPM 2” 141 – 300 GPM 3” 301 – 600 GPM 4” 601 – 1000 GPM 6” 20 10 9 8 710 3) Determine pump head (TDH) 100 1000 U.S. GPM A: Desired pressure at system discharge manifold _______psig B: Minimum pump suction pressure________psig (City supply or tank) Determine PRV size(s) 4 1- 40 PRESSURE DROP (FEET) 2) " (Total system flow ÷ No. of pumps) P1______________ P1______________ P1______________ 1- Determine required flow per pump in GPM C: Determine Flow Losses based on PRV Size__________Ft. PUMP FLOW 0-110 GPM 111-191 GPM 192-280 GPM 281-435 GPM PRV SIZE 1-1/2" 2" 2-1/2" 3" Calculate Required Pump TDH: [ A - B ] x 2.31 + C [ (A)____psig -____(B) psig ] x 2.31 +____(C) ft. =____ft. Indivdual Pump Duty Points: P1 ____________GPM @____________ft. TDH P2 ____________GPM @____________ft. TDH P3 ____________GPM @____________ft. TDH 4) Select required pumps and motors using Aurora H2Optimize or the current Aurora Pump catalog CONSTANT PRESSURE BOOSTER SYSTEMS WITH STACKABLE PUMPS Performance Data 2880 R.P.M. 2880 R.P.M. INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE CURVES SHOULD BE CHECKED FOR FINAL SELECTION. FOR SELECTIONS NOT SHOWN ON THIS CHART PLEASE REFER TO FACTORY. 600 391 394 396A 392 395A 397 393 160 400 300 200 TOTAL DYNAMIC HEAD-METERS TOTAL DYNAMIC HEAD-FEET 500 120 80 40 391 392 393 394 395A 396A 397 100 0 0 5 10 0 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 CAPACITY-CUBIC METERS PER HOUR 50 100 150 CAPACITY-G.P.M. 50 60 200 250 70 300 350 3450 R.P.M. 3450 R.P.M. INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE CURVES SHOULD BE CHECKED FOR FINAL SELECTION. FOR SELECTIONS NOT SHOWN ON THIS CHART PLEASE REFER TO FACTORY. 800 394 396A 392 395A 397 393 150 100 600 400 200 50 0 0 0 WWW.AURORAPUMP.COM 391 200 TOTAL DYNAMIC HEAD-FEET TOTAL DYNAMIC HEAD-METERS 250 391 10 392 20 5 30 393 40 10 50 394 75 100 CAPACITY-G.P.M. 395A 150 20 30 40 CAPACITY-CUBIC METERS PER HOUR 396A 200 250 50 397 300 350 75 5 CONSTANT PRESSURE BOOSTER SYSTEMS WITH STACKABLE PUMPS Model Diagrams DUPLEX DUPLEX WITH TANK 6 CONSTANT PRESSURE BOOSTER SYSTEMS WITH STACKABLE PUMPS Model Diagrams TRIPLEX TRIPLEX WITH TANK WWW.AURORAPUMP.COM 7 Engineering Specifications The contractor shall furnish and install an Aurora variable flow (duplex or triplex) constant pressure booster system as manufactured by Aurora Pump. The unit shall have a total system capacity of___GPM at a discharge head of___feet when supplied with a working suction head of___feet. Each pump shall be sized as indicated for a % of the total flow. Duplex System PumpP1 =……..GPM……..%System PumpP2 =……..GPM……..%System Triplex System PumpP1 =……..GPM……..%System PumpP2 =……..GPM……..%System PumpP3 =……..GPM……..%System Piping and Valves Each system shall be skid mounted, completely assembled and wired on a groutable steel base ready for installation. All piping shall be schedule 40 Steel pipe. Each system shall include suction and discharge ball valves for each pump suction and discharge, combination pressure regulating/non-slam check valves for each pump, flanged connections for easy installation and pipe supports for the upper manifold. Suction and discharge pressure gauges shall be provided. Gauges shall have 3-1/2" faces with large scale numerals and individual air bleed type valves. Pumps The pumps shall be Aurora vertical multi-stage in line pumps. Each pump shall be constructed with 304 stainless seel impellers and diffusers, a high temperature mechanical seal with carbon vs silicon carbide, EPDM elastomer through out, tunsten carbide against ceramic pump bushings and a cast iron motor bracket. Flanges will be ductile or cast iron in slip ring (and isolated from liquid). Control Panel-Pressure Sensing Each system shall have a mounted and wired UL Listed NEMA I control panel with individual magnetic motor starters, ambient compensated overload relays on each phase, individual motor fuseblocks with fuses, main circuit disconnect switch with door interlock, 110 volt control transformer with primary and secondary fuses. The panel shall be suitable for the horsepower and voltage of the motors. The Control Panel will incorporate a programmable logic controller with pressure-sensing logic and have the following features: • On and Off delays factory set to system operating characteristics to prevent short cycling of pumps. • Individual pump run lights and selector switches •Failure logic and indicating light to activate second pump if lead pump malfunctions. • Automatic Lead/Lag pump alternation •Low suction pressure shutdown with alarm light, horn and reset button. Testing The entire system shall be tested at the factory to assure proper sequencing to meet the design flows and pressure; and the system components shall be adjusted at the factory. Services The pump manufacturer shall assume unit responsibility and shall provide a factory trained engineer to supervise initial start-up to insure proper operation and to instruct the operating personnel in the operation and maintenance of the system. Motors UT LIC E HY IT Because we are continuously improving our products and services, Pentair reserves the right to change specifications without prior notice. A-02-1040 04/05/13 © 2013 Pentair Ltd. All Rights Reserved. ISO 9001 ST DR AU IN 19 17 800 AIRPORT ROAD, NORTH AURORA, ILLINOIS 60542 WWW.AURORAPUMP.COM ST EGI ER E D Q U TY SYSTEM ALI R The motors shall be NEMA C-FACE, ……..hp, 3 phase, 60 hertz, …….. volt, ODP, high-efficiency. Motors shall be selected so that they do not exceed their nameplate hp rating through their entire range of operation.
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