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Clarke CPE100P Specifications
CPE RANGE PUMPS
MODEL NO: CPE15S/T-20S/T-30S/T
PART No: 7120203/4-7120205/6-7120207/8
OPERATION & MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTIONS
1002
Contents
Specifications .................................................................................. 2
Guarantee : .................................................................................... 3
Safety Precautions .......................................................................... 4
Water Connections ........................................................................ 5
Electrical Connection : .................................................................. 6
Maintenance : ................................................................................ 7
Trouble Shooting ............................................................................. 7
Parts (CPE15) : ......................................................................... 9 & 10
Parts (CPE20) : ....................................................................... 11 & 12
Parts (CPE30) : ....................................................................... 13 & 14
We delare that this product complies with the 73/23/EEC directive.
Please note that the details and specifications contained herein are correct at the time of going to
print. However CLARKE International reserve the right to change specifications at any time without
prior notice. Always consult the machines data plate
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Specifications
MODEL
SIZE
INCHES
MOTOR
HP
VOLTS/PH
MAX FLOW
MAX
LPM
HEAD M
CPE15S
CPE15T
1½”
1½”
1
1
230/1
400/3
325
325
CPE20S
CPE20T
2”
2”
2
2
230/1
400/3
CPE30S
CPE30T
3”
3”
3
3
230/1
400/3
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WEIGHT
KG
PART
No
17
17
14.0
14.0
7120203
7120204
500
500
17
17
14.5
14.5
7120205
7120206
800
800
18
18
15.5
15.5
7120207
7120208
Please read these instructions carefully before operating the Pump
Thank you for purchasing this CLARKE Pump
Before using the device, please read this manual thoroughly and carefully follow
all instructions given. This is for your own safety and that of others around you, and
is also to help you achieve long and trouble free service from your new tool.
CLARKE GUARANTEE
This CLARKE product is guaranteed against faulty manufacture for a period
of 12 months from the date of purchase. Please keep your receipt as proof
of purchase.
This guarantee is invalid if the product is found to have been abused or
tampered with in any way, or not used for the purpose for which it was
intended.
Faulty goods should be returned to their place of purchase, no product
can be returned to us without prior permission.
This guarantee does not affect your statutory rights.
Your CLARKE CPE PUMP is a highly efficient, robust, continuously rated, self priming pump
with a powerful electric motor, and is ideal for a wide range of domestic, commercial and
agricultural uses.
It is suitable for pumping clean tap and rain water , and will handle small solids in suspension.
Your CLARKE CPE PUMP is designed to give you trouble free service provided it is installed
and used in the correct way.
Please follow these instructions carefully.
WARNING
CPE RANGE PUMPS ARE NOT SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS.
ON NO ACCOUNT MUST THEY BE IMMERSED IN WATER.
if the pump is left in an exposed position, it should be protected from the elements. especially
frost.
All electrical connections should be inspected regularly for signs of corrosion and cleaned
where necessary. It is advisable to apply a film of silicon grease on the terminals for added
protection.
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Safety Precautions
WARNING:
As with all machinery, there are certain hazards involved with their operation
and use. Exercising respect and caution will considerably lessen the risk of
personal injury. However, if normal safety precautions are overlooked or ignored,
personal injury to the operator even damage to the pump or property, may
result. For your own safety and that of others around you, please read these
safety instructions in conjunction with the operating instructions, and before using
the pump.
•
These pumps are designed to pump Water Only. NEVER use for pumping flammable
liquids or chemicals of any kind.
•
ALWAYS ensure the pump is installed in a horizontal position with the outlet facing
vertically upwards, and that it is firmly anchored via its fixing screws.
•
ALWAYS ensure there is an adequate air flow around the pump. DO NOT mount it
in an enclosed atmosphere.
•
ALWAYS ensure all water pipes - supply or discharge, are adequately supported
where necessary, so as not to put a strain on the pump connections.
•
ALWAYS ensure the inlet to the pump is completely unrestricted.
•
ALWAYS ensure the pump is protected from the elements, neither the motor nor the
electrical terminal box is intended to be waterproof.
•
ALWAYS ensure that all pipes are protected against damage where necessary,
and that they are suitably lagged to avoid the possibility of freezing during cold
weather.
•
ALWAYS disconnect the pump from the electrical supply before any cleaning or
maintenance of the pump.
•
NEVER allow the pump to run dry, as this will cause serious damage to the pump
seals.
•
NEVER switch the pump ON when a swimming pool etc, is in use, i.e., when there is
person or animal in the pool.
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Water Connections
IMPORTANT: The pump MUST NOT be connected to the mains supply until all hose/pipe
installation is completed. DO NOT RUN THE PUMP DRY
NOTE: If any part of the system is to be connected to the mains water supply, ensure that
local water authority regulations are observed.
Because of the variety of possible installations, no plumbing accessories are supplied with
your pump, however accessories designed specifically for this range of pumps is available
from your nearest CLARKE dealer.
The pump must always be installed and
operated in an upright position i.e. with the
outlet port facing vertically upwards. The
fixing holes in the base should be used as
necessary to secure the pump firmly in it
operating position. Also ensure there is
adequate air circulation around the motor.
Avoid situations where there is a risk of water
coming into contact with the outside of the
pump. Neither the motor or the terminal box
are designed to be waterproof.
Fig. 1
These notes are for guidance on how to achieve a proper working system. The diagram
(Fig. 1) above shows a typical installation at the pump.
A foot valve and filter should be fitted to the lower end of the suction hose, as illustrated in
Fig. 2, so as to retain water in the suction system and more importantly, to prevent the
possibility of large foreign objects entering the pump body.
The performance of your pump will be affected by the diameter of
the inlet pipe - any restriction will greatly reduce the flow. We strongly
recommend that you use a pipe diameter as large as practicable.
A gate valve may be installed in-line on the delivery side (Outlet Port)
of the pump which can be adjusted as required to regulate the flow
of water, it can also assist in priming the pump.
WARNING DO NOT place any such obstruction on the suction side
(inlet Port) of the pump unless it is an isolator valve in a gravity fed
system. It is also IMPORTANT to note, that these pumps should not be
operated with the delivery valve completely closed.
To prevent unnecessary strain or possible distortion to the pump, ensure
that adequate support is provided to the hoses and or pipes. They will
be considerably heavier when filled with water.
Filter
Foot
Valve
Fig. 2
Should foreign contaminants come into contact with the pump, flush through with cold
water as soon as possible to prevent damage to the pump.
Protect the pump and pipework from freezing. The formation of ice may cause serious
damage.
Where the pump is to be a permanent fixture, the fittings to the pump MUST be flexible, i.e.
a short piece of hose should be inserted between the rigid pipework and the pump.
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Electrical Connection
WARNING: THIS PUMP MUST BE EARTHED.
Before connecting the pump, check the voltage and phase supply required, this information
can be found on the junction box cover on top of the motor.
Installation should be carried out by a qualified electrician, using I.E.E approved cable and
fittings, and in accordance with I.E.E. Regulations. However, in the further interests of safety
we would emphasise the following,
Wiring Connections For Single Phase Models
Single phase pumps should be connected to a standard domestic 13 amp, 230 volt (50Hz),
electrical supply, we strongly recommend that the connection be made via a suitable
isolator switch and Residual Current Device (RCD).
IMPORTANT: Should the supply be taken from a normal 13 amp socket, then the plug used
must be to BS 1363 standard, and the wires should be wired up in accordance with the
following colour code:
Green & Yellow ............... Earth or marked with a letter “E” or Earth symbol “
”.
Blue ................................... Neutral or terminal marked with a letter “N”
Brown ............................... Live or terminal marked with a letter “L”
Connections InsideTerminal Box
Wiring Connections For Three Phase Models
Again installation should be carried out by a qualified electrician, using I.E.E cable and
fittings, and in accordance with I.E.E Regulations. To connect the cable to the motor see
electrical connections inside the terminal cover.
Delta Connection
L1
L2
Star Connection
L3
L1
L2
L3
IF IN ANY DOUBT, contact CLARKE International Service on 020 8988 7400
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Maintenance
No regular maintenance is required other than regular inspection to ensure that leaves
and other particles are not covering the suction inlet, also check the pump for signs of wear
or damage.
If any signs of wear or damage are found, contact your nearest Clarke dealer.
If you suspect that your pump is blocked by mud, silt , leaves etc, disconnect from
the mains supply and backflush. This should dislodge any blockage and aid cleaning.
Trouble Shooting
there is little likelihood of problems arising, but if water will not flow as it should then check
the following points:-
The pump does not run
1. No mains supply
2. Impeller seized / blocked
Pump runs but no output
1. Air in pump housing
2. Suction height too great
Low or no Flow
1. Blocked inlet pipe
2. Head too high
1. Check fuse - replace if
necessary (Check fuse rating).
2. Disconnect pump from mains,
investigate cause and clear
blockage etc..
1. Disconnect from the mains and
check all hose connections
are air tight etc.
2. Check height is within spec. for
your pump, (see specs page 2).
1. Check to see that no foreign
matter is fouling the intake
system and check the filter is
not blocked or obstructed.
2. Check that head is within spec.
Should you still experience problems, then contact your Clarke dealer, or CLARKE
International Service Department for advice.
PARTS & SERVICE TEL: 020 8988 7400
or e-mail as follows:
PARTS: Parts@clarkeinternational.com
SERVICE: Service@clarkeinternational.com
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PARTS DIAGRAM (CPE15)
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PARTS LIST (CPE15)
Index No
Motor
Pump
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
Part No
GM1076
GM5853
GM6010
GM6162
GM6186
GM6209
GM6213
GM6230
GM6268
GM6334
GM7103
GM7702
GM7776
GM8048
GMF156
GMF458
GMF501
GM5114
GM5119
GM5293
GM5319
GM5375
GM5387
GM5493
GM5513
GM6581
GM6764
GM6963
GM7259
GM7700
GM8640
GM8641
GMF313
GMF490
Description
Connection 1½” x 40
Valve Body
Check Valve
Washer
Flexolite Washer
Tap ¼”
Tap 1”
Screw
Screw
Mechanical Seal
Nut
Counterface
Cover Disk
‘O’ Ring
Key 4x4x16
Pump Body
Impeller
Rear motor Cover
Elastic Washer
Fan
Fan Cover
Bearing
Motor Stator For CPE 15 A1 (1HP)
Motor Stator For CPE 15 A3 (3HP)
Bearing
Condenser 20 For CPE 15 A1
Vis
Condenser Box For CPE 15 A1
junction Box Cover For CPE 15 A3
Motor Bracket
Motor Shaft For CPE 15 A1
Motor Shaft For CPE 15 A3
Motor (1PH)
Motor (3PH)
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Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
8
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PARTS DIAGRAM (CPE20)
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PARTS LIST (CPE20)
Index No
Qty
Pump
Description
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
GM1010
GM5342
GM5571
GM5854
GM6012
GM6029
GM6162
GM6186
GM6209
GM6213
GM6235
GM6236
GM6334
GM6346
GM7103
GM8612
GMF156
Connection 2” x 50
Washer
Pump Body
Valve Body
Check Valve
Flexolite Gasket
Washer
Flexolite Washer
Tap ¼”
Tap 1”
Screw
Screw
Mechanical Seal
Counterface
Nut
Impeller
Key 4x4x16
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
6
1
1
1
1
1
Motor
1
Part No
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
GM5465
GM5466
GM5503
GM6994
GM6996
GM6997
GM6998
GM6999
GM7168
GM7176
GM8002
GM8018
GM8084
GM8643
GM8650
Bearing
Bearing
Motor Bracket
Condenser 30 For CPE 20 A1
Elastic Washer
Rear Motor Cover
Fan
Fan Cover
Motor Stator For CPE 20 A1 (1HP)
Motor Stator For CPE 20 A3 (3HP)
Condenser Clip
junction Box Cover
Screw
Motor Shaft For CPE 20 A1
Motor Shaft For CPE 20 A3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
33
34
GM8657
GM8658
Motor (1PH)
Motor (3PH)
1
1
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PARTS DIAGRAM (CPE30)
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PARTS LIST (CPE30)
Motor
Pump
Index No
Part No
Description
Qty
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
GM5342
GM5574
GM5857
GM6013
GM6029
GM6162
GM6209
GM6211
GM6235
GM6261
GM6334
GM6346
GM7103
GM8613
GMF156
Washer
Pump Body
Valve Body
Check Valve
Flexolite Gasket
Washer
Tap ¼”
Tap 1”
Screw
Screw
Mechanical Seal
Counterface
Nut
Impeller
Key 4x4x16
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
6
1
1
1
1
1
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
GM5505
GM6321
GM6854
GM7187
GM8010
GM8011
GM8013
GM8014
GM8016
GM8017
GM8018
GM8052
GM8286
GM8652
Motor Bracket
Bearing
Condenser 50 For CPE 30 A1
Elastic washer
Rear Motor Cover
Vis
Bearing
Motor Stator For CPE 30 A1 (1 HP)
Fan
Fan Cover
Junction Box Cover
Motor stator For CPE 30 A3 (1PH)
Condenser Clip
Motor Shaft
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
30
31
GM8659
GM8660
Motor (1PH)
Motor (3PH)
1
1
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