BDF_Series_Pump_Manual

BDF_Series_Pump_Manual
BDF Series
I N S TA L L AT I O N A N D
MAINTENANCE MANUAL
Peristaltic Metering Pumps
Since 1957
Table of Contents
Warranty and Service Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5
Pump Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7
Outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Materials of Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Accessory Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Programming Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-17
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-24
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-27
Separating and Reconnecting Subassemblies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Tube Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29-33
Cleaning the Point of Injection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34-36
Motor – exploded view and parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Pump Head – exploded view and parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38-40
Pump Tubes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Check Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
For Your Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
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Warranty and Service Policy
Limited Warranty
Stenner Pump Company will for a period of one (1) year from the
date of purchase (proof of purchase required) repair or replace –
at our option – all defective parts. Stenner is not responsible for
any removal or installation costs. Pump tube assemblies and
rubber components are considered perishable and are not
covered in this warranty. Pump tube will be replaced each time a
pump is in for service, unless otherwise specified. The cost of the
pump tube replacement will be the responsibility of the customer.
Stenner will incur shipping costs for warranty products shipped
from our factory in Jacksonville, Florida. Any tampering with
major components, chemical damage, faulty wiring, weather
conditions, water damage, power surges, or products not used
with reasonable care and maintained in accordance with the
instructions will void the warranty. Stenner limits its liability solely
to the cost of the original product. We make no other warranty
expressed or implied.
Returns
Stenner offers a 30-day return policy on factory direct purchases.
Except as otherwise provided, no merchandise will be accepted
for return after 30 days from purchase. To return merchandise
at any time, call Stenner at 800.683.2378 for a Return
Merchandise Authorization (RMA) number. A 15% re-stocking
fee will be applied. Include a copy of your invoice or packing
slip with your return.
Damaged or Lost Shipments
UPS and prepaid truck shipments: Check your order immediately
upon arrival. All damage must be noted on the delivery receipt.
Call Stenner Customer Service at 800.683.2378 for all shortages
and damages within seven (7) days of receipt.
Service & Repairs
Before returning a pump for warranty or repair, remove chemical
from pump tube by running water through the tube, and then
run the pump dry. Following expiration of the warranty period,
Stenner Pump Company will clean and overhaul any Stenner
metering pump for a minimum labor charge plus necessary
replacement parts and shipping. All metering pumps received
for overhaul will be restored to their original condition. The
customer will be charged for missing parts unless specific
instructions are given. To return merchandise for repair, call
Stenner at 800.683.2378 or 904.641.1666 for a Return
Merchandise Authorization (RMA) number.
Disclaimer
The information contained in this manual is not intended for
specific application purposes. Stenner Pump Company reserves
the right to make changes to prices, products, and specifications
at any time without prior notice.
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Safety Information
Warns about hazards that CAN cause death,
serious personal injury, or property damage if ignored.
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD:
Pump supplied with grounding power cord and attached plug.
To reduce risk of electrical shock, connect only to a properly
grounded, grounding type receptacle. Install only on a circuit
protected by a ground-fault circuit Interrupter (GFCI).
AVERTISSEMENT RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE:
Cette pompe est équipée d’une fiche de mise à terre. Pour
réduire le risque de choc électrique, s’assurer que la fiche est
bien raccordée à une prise de courant avec une connexion de
mise à terre. Installer seulement sur un circuit proteger par un
interrupteur proteger par une mise à la terre.
DO NOT alter the power cord or plug end.
DO NOT use receptacle adapters.
DO NOT use pump with a damaged or altered power cord or
plug. Contact the factory or an authorized service facility for repair.
RISK OF CHEMICAL EXPOSURE:
Potential for chemical burns, fire, explosion, personal injury, or
property damage. To reduce risk of exposure, the use of proper
personal protective equipment is mandatory.
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ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD
RISK OF FIRE HAZARD:
DO NOT install or operate on any flammable surface.
HAZARDOUS VOLTAGE:
DISCONNECT power cord before removing motor cover for
service. Electrical service by trained personnel only.
EXPLOSION HAZARD:
This pump is not explosion proof. DO NOT install or operate in
an explosive environment.
Pump is equipped with a safety interlock switch. This switch
ensures that all supply voltage is disconnected from the timer
board in the event the cover is removed prior to unplugging the
power cord. DO NOT tamper with or alter this switch in any way.
Failure to follow this warning will void the warranty and can lead
to personal injury or property damage.
Electrical service by trained personnel only. Pump is not user
serviceable in regards to electrical components. Contact the factory
or an authorized service facility for repair.
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NOTICE: Indicates special instructions or general
mandatory action.
NOTICE: This metering pump is portable and designed to
be removable from the plumbing system without damage to
the connections.
NOTICE: This metering pump and its components have been
tested for use with the following chemicals: Sodium Hypochlorite
(10-15%), Muriatic Acid (20-22% Baume, 31.5% Hcl), and
Soda Ash.
This is the safety alert symbol. When displayed in this
manual or on the equipment, look for one of the
following signal words alerting you to the potential
for personal injury or property damage.
Electrical installation should adhere to all national and local
codes. Consult a licensed professional for assistance with
proper electrical installation.
PUMP INTENDED FOR INDOOR USE.
Cette pompe est prévue pour utilisation à l’intérieur.
NOTE: Cette a pompe de dosage et ses composants ont été
testés pour utilisation avec les produits chimiques suivants;
Hypochlorite de Sodium (solution de 10-15%); Acide Muriatique
(20-22% Baume, 31.5% Hcl); Cendre de Soude.
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Pump Identification
Identify your pump using the label on the box or the pump.
Box Label
25BDF5
02050503955
120
5/18.9
4/15.1
25/1.7
1/4" White
1/4" Blanco
BDFHL5F1SQAA
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Pump Identification
Data Label
continued
Warning Label
25BDF5
BDFHL5F1SQAA
25 psi / 1.7 bar
1.2 amp
120V 60Hz
4 gpd / 15.1 lpd
02050503955
NOTE: Agency listings vary by model.
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Outputs
Pump Output per Dose Hour
Bank of Dose Switches
Model
Pressure
Timer
25BDF1HP*
100 psi (6.9 bar)
24-hour
Pump
Tube
#1
25BDF1
25 psi (1.7 bar)
24-hour
#1
25BDF1HP-7*
100 psi (6.9 bar)
7-day
#1
25BDF1-7
25 psi (1.7 bar)
7-day
#1
25BDF2HP*
100 psi (6.9 bar)
24-hour
#2
25BDF2
25 psi (1.7 bar)
24-hour
#2
25BDF2HP-7*
100 psi (6.9 bar)
7-day
#2
25BDF2-7
25 psi (1.7 bar)
7-day
#2
25BDF3
25 psi (1.7 bar)
24-hour
#3
25BDF3-7
25 psi (1.7 bar)
7-day
#3
25BDF4
25 psi (1.7 bar)r
24-hour
#4
25BDF4-7
25 psi (1.7 bar)
7-day
#4
25BDF5
25 psi (1.7 bar)
24-hour
#5
25BDF5-7
25 psi (1.7 bar)
7-day
#5
Min. to Max. Min. to Max.
Ounces
Millimeters
Ounces
0.06 to 1.3
2 to 39
0.21 to 4.5
6 to 134
0.48 to 10
14 to 302
0.71 to 15
1 to 21
Number of Doses
1
2
3
4
Milliliters
21 to 449
30 to 625
Ounces
Milliliters
Ounces
Milliliters
Ounces
0.06 0.12
2
4
0.21 0.42
6
12
0.48 0.96
14
28
0.71 1.42
0.18 0.24
6
8
5
6
0.3
0.36
10
12
0.63 0.84 1.05 1.26
18
24
30
36
1.44 1.92 2.40 2.88
42
56
70
84
2.13 2.84 3.55 4.26
Milliliters
21
42
63
96
105
Ounces
1
2
3
4
5
126
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Milliliters
30
60
90
120
150
180
*Pump supplied with injection check valve for 26-100 psi (1.7-6.9 bar) applications
• Within the Bank of Dose Switches each number represents the number of doses
• 1 dose represents approximately 25 seconds of run time
• Any dip switch in the UP position represents a programmed dose amount
• The sum of the dip switches in the UP position equals the dose amount for example, switches 2,4 and 5 in the UP position will give 11 doses
• All dip switches in the UP position will pump the maximum dosage amount for the pump (21 doses)
Bank of
Dose
Switches
NOTICE: The information within this chart is solely intended for use as a guide. The output data is an approximation based on pumping water under a controlled testing environment.
Many variables can affect the output of the pump. Stenner Pump Company recommends that all metering pumps undergo field calibration by means of analytical testing to confirm their outputs.
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Materials of Construction
All Housings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Polycarbonate
Pump Head Latches . . . . . . . . . . . . . Polypropylene
Peristaltic Tube . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Santoprene®*, FDA Approved
Check Valve Duckbill
Suction/Discharge Tubing . . . . . . . . . Polyethylene, FDA Approved
Ferrules (1/4" & 6 mm)
Tube Fittings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Polypropylene, NSF listed
Connecting Nuts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Type 1 Rigid PVC or Polypropylene
Check Valve Fittings . . . . . . . . . . . . . Type 1, Rigid PVC, NSF listed
Weighted Suction Line Strainer . . . . . PP or Type 1 Rigid PVC body with Type 1 Rigid PVC cap,
NSF listed; ceramic weight
All Fasteners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stainless Steel
* Santoprene® is a registered trademark of Exxon Mobil Corporation.
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Accessory Checklist – pre-installation
25 psi unit includes:
100 psi unit includes:
3 Connecting Nuts 1/4"
3 Connecting Nuts 1/4"
3 Ferrules
3 Ferrules
1 Injection Fitting
1 Injection Check Valve
1 Weighted Suction Line Strainer 1/4"
1 Weighted Suction Line Strainer 1/4"
1 20' Roll of Suction & Discharge Tubing 1/4" White
1 20' Roll of Suction & Discharge Tubing 1/4" White
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Programming Instructions
KEY
SUMMARY OF STEPS
I.
On: Dip switch in the UP position
Battery
Off: Dip switch in the DOWN position
IA. 7-day timer only,
select days of the week
Dose Hour: The programmed time when the dose amount is injected.
Minimum is 1 hour per day and maximum is 24 hours per day
II.
Set time of day
III. Select dose amount
1 Dose: Minimum volume of liquid injected (#1 dip switch in the UP position)
IV. Program hours for dose event
21 Doses: Maximum dose amount
V.
Prime
Dose Amount: The volume of liquid to be injected per dose hour. The dose
amount is the sum of the dip switches in the UP position
Example:
• The minimum dose amount is 1 dose and is the #1 dip switch in the
UP position.
• 3 doses are the #3 dip switch in the UP position or #1 & #2 dip switches in
the UP position.
• The maximum dose amount is 21 doses and is all of the switches in the
UP position. Dip switch numbers 1+2+3+4+5+6 = 21 doses.
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Programming Instructions
continued
I. BATTERY
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD:
DO NOT plug power cord into receptacle; perform programming without AC power.
1.
Remove the four screws to remove pump cover and confirm that all dip switches on the
circuit board are in the down position.
2.
Connect the supplied 9V battery. This will illuminate the green LED light. Replace
battery if light does not illuminate.
NOTE: The battery only retains the time of day and will not run the pump if AC power is lost.
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IA. 7-DAY TIMER ONLY, SELECT DAYS OF THE WEEK
NOTE: Skip this step if using 24-hour timer and proceed to step II.
On the 7-day timer board, dip switches 1-7 in the first bank of switches represent the days of
the week. Switch 1 represents the day that the timer is activated.
For example, if the pump is programmed on Wednesday, then the third switch would represent Friday.
1.
Press and hold the prime switch (located beneath the pump head) to illuminate the green
LED light to flashing indicating the “day of the week” mode is active.
2.
Lift the dip switches to represent the days of the week that the pump is to dose.
3.
Record the programmed day settings by pressing the red prime switch once again. The green
LED light will turn off.
Days of the Week
(7-day timer only)
Green
LED
Light
The 7-day timer is now set.
4.
Set all switches to the down position. The green LED light will illuminate.
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Programming Instructions
continued
II. SET TIME OF DAY
From left to right, the first bank of switches represents 1 a.m. to noon. The second bank
represents 1 p.m. to midnight.
1st Bank of
Switches
1.
2nd Bank of
Switches
Set the time of day by lifting the dip switch that is closest to the current time of day.
The green LED will turn off.
The time of day is now set.
NOTE: To erase the setting, push all dip switches down and return to the battery instructions.
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III. SELECT DOSE AMOUNT
From left to right, use the third bank of switches 1-6.
1.
Refer to the output chart on page 8.
3rd Bank of Switches
2.
Set the dose amount per hour by lifting the corresponding dose switches.
3.
Dose amounts are cumulative.
For example, switches 2, 4 & 6 in the UP position will feed 12 doses (2+4+6=12).
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Programming Instructions
continued
IV. PROGRAM HOURS FOR DOSE EVENT
1.
Leave dose switches (third bank: 1-6) in their programmed position.
2.
Keep the time of day switch in the UP position (either 1st or 2nd bank of switches), lift the dip
switches to correspond with the hour(s) of the day that the pump will feed solution.
3.
After setting the dip switches in the UP position, push the time of day switch down if
solution is not to be pumped at that hour.
1st Bank of
Switches
2nd Bank of
Switches
Green LED Light
NOTICE: If all 24 hourly switches are set in the DOWN position at any time, the board will
lose its programmed time of day. If this occurs, return to the Step I.
4.
Install the cover by securing the four cover screws and plug the unit into a properly
grounded receptacle.
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V. PRIME
1.
Press the red prime button to prime the pump. The pump will automatically shut off after 60
seconds. To discontinue pump operation during the 60-second prime cycle, press the prime
button again.
2.
Cycle as necessary to pump solution to the point of injection.
The BDF is now ready for operation.
NOTICE: To retain this program schedule, the 9V battery is a back-up in case
AC power is lost.
Motor Housing
Pump
Head
Discharge
Suction
Prime Button
7-Day Model
If AC power is lost and the 9V battery fails, the pump will default to OFF once the
power is restored. To reprogram the settings, unplug the pump and replace the battery.
24-Hour Model
If AC power is lost and the 9V battery fails, the pump will default to 12 pm when power
is restored and the pump will resume its dose schedule and dose amounts. If the dose
schedule needs to correspond with the actual time of day, unplug the pump, replace
the battery, and reprogram all settings.
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Installation – additional safety instructions
NOTICE: Indicates special instructions or general mandatory action.
Read all safety hazards before installing or servicing the
pump. The pump is designed for installation and service
by properly trained personnel.
Use all required personal protective equipment when
working on or near a chemical metering pump.
Use the proper product to treat potable water systems,
use only chemicals listed or approved for use.
Install the pump to work in conjunction with well pump
or system controls.
Install the pump so that it is in compliance with all
national and local plumbing and electrical codes.
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Installation
continued
– mount pump
MOUNT PUMP
Select a dry location (to avoid water
intrusion and pump damage) above the
solution tank.
To prevent pump damage in the event
of a pump tube leak, never mount the
pump vertically with the pump head up.
To avoid chemical damage from fumes,
DO NOT mount pump directly over an
open solution tank. Keep tank covered.
Avoid flooded suction or pump
mounted lower than the solution
container. Draw solution from the top
of the tank. Pump can run dry without
damage. If pump is installed with a
flooded suction, a shut-off valve or
other device must be provided to stop
flow to pump during service.
DO NOT allow water intrusion into
the motor or corrosion and damage
will occur.
To prevent motor damage, verify with
a volt meter that the receptacle voltage
corresponds with the pump voltage.
NOTICE: DO NOT plug metering pump into power source unless BDF has been programmed.
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Installation Diagram
Grounded Power Outlet
(GFCI Recommended)
OUT
(Discharge)
Disassembled
View
IN (Suction)
Discharge Line
Suction Line
Injection
Check
Valve
Duckbill
Shut-Off
Valve
Solution
Tank
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Injection
Fitting
0-25 psi
Injection
Check Valve
26-100 psi
Installation
continued
– suction/discharge lines
INSTALL SUCTION/DISCHARGE LINE TO PUMP HEAD
1.
Uncoil the suction/discharge line. Use outside of solution tank as a guide to cut proper length
of suction line ensuring it will be 2-3" above the bottom of solution tank.
DO NOT use thread
sealant tape on
pump tube threads.
Allow sufficient slack to avoid kinks and stress cracks. Always make a clean square cut
to assure that the suction line is burr free. Normal maintenance requires trimming.
Suction lines that extend to the bottom of the tank can result in debris pickup
leading to clogged injectors and possible tube failure.
2.
Make connections by sliding the line(s) through connecting nut and ferrule and finger tighten
to the corresponding tube fittings. Suction side tube connection is indicated by “IN” on the
tube housing cover.
3.
Finger tighten nut to the threaded tube fitting while holding the tube fitting.
Discharge
Line
Ferrules
Suction Line
IN
DO NOT use thread sealant tape on pump tube connections or tools to
tighten connections.
Finger
tighten
1/4" nut
OUT
Over tightening the ferrule and nut with a wrench may result in damaged
fittings, crushed ferrules, and air pick up.
DO NOT
use pliers.
NOTE: Beveled ends
of ferrules face pump.
Tubing should bottom
into all fittings.
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Installation
continued
– suction line
INSTALL SUCTION WEIGHT
Weighted
Suction Line
Strainer
3"
Suction/Discharge
Tubing
3.5"
(9 cm)
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1.
Drill a hole into the bung cap or solution tank lid. Slide the tubing
through and secure the weighted strainer to the line.
2.
To attach the strainer, slide approximately 3 1/2" of tubing through the
collet and lock into place on strainer body. Pull tubing to make sure it
is secure.
3.
Suspend slightly above tank bottom to reduce the chance of sediment
pickup.
DO NOT mix chemicals in the solution container. Follow
recommended mixing procedures according to the manufacturer.
DO NOT operate pump unless chemical is completely in solution.
Turn pump off when replenishing solution.
DO NOT slide tubing
all the way to the
bottom of the
weighted strainer.
Tubing could become
flush with the nose of
the strainer and the
pump may not prime
due to blockage.
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Installation
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– point of injection
INSTALL INJECTION POINT
1.
Make a secure finger tight connection on the discharge fitting of the pump head as instructed
in Install Suction Line instructions.
DO NOT use thread sealant tape on pump tube connections or tools to tighten
connections.
DO NOT use thread
sealant tape on pump
tube threads.
HAZARDOUS PRESSURE: Shut off water or circulation system and
bleed off any system pressure.
Locate a point of injection beyond all pumps and filters or as determined by
the application.
2.
A 1/4" or 1/2" Female NPT (FNPT) connection is required for installing the injection fitting. If
there is no FNPT fitting available, provide one by either tapping the pipe or installing FNPT pipe
tee fitting.
3.
Wrap the Male NPT (MNPT) end of injection fitting with 2 or 3 turns of threading tape. If
necessary, trim the injection fitting quill as required to inject product directly into flow of water.
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DO NOT
use pliers.
Trim Injection Fitting
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Installation
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– point of injection
4.
Typical Point of Injection
Injection
Check
Valve
1/4" or 1/2"
FNPT
Reduction
Bushing
Shut-Off
Valve
Hand tighten the injection fitting into the
FNPT fitting.
0-25 psi Models
(includes injection fitting)
a. Install connecting nut and ferrule to
the pump discharge tubing. Insert
discharge tubing into injection fitting
until it reaches base of fitting.
b. Finger tighten connecting nut to fitting.
26-100 psi Models
(includes injection check valve)
HAZARDOUS PRESSURE:
Shut off water or circulation system
and bleed off any system pressure.
a. Prior to connection, test injection check
valve and NPT threads for leaks by
pressurizing system. If necessary, tighten
an additional 1/4 turn.
b. Install connecting nut and ferrule to the
pump discharge tubing. Insert discharge
tubing into check valve body until it
reaches base of body.
c. Finger tighten connecting nut to fitting.
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5.
Turn pump on and re-pressurize system.
Observe chemical flow as actuated by
system and check all connections for leaks.
6.
After suitable amount of dosing time,
perform tests for required solution levels
The injection point and fitting require
periodic maintenance to clean any
deposits or buildup. To allow quick
access to the point of injection,
Stenner recommends the installation
of shut-off valves.
Troubleshooting – motor
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Motor
SOLUTION
HAZARDOUS VOLTAGE:
DISCONNECT power cord before removing motor cover for service. Electrical service should be by trained personnel only.
LED doesn’t illuminate.
Battery is dead.
Replace 9V battery. DO NOT hook up battery until at the job site.
Dip switches are up (ON).
Dip switches should be down (OFF) before connecting battery.
(NOTE: If all dip switches are down and the battery is good,
possible board problem. Consult factory.)
Pump not dosing the proper schedule.
Pump rollers not turning
when prime button is pressed.
No power at the receptacle.
Confirm power is restored, check battery, and if necessary, replace
and reprogram.
Long-term power outage/low 9V battery
caused pump to lose program.
Replace battery and re-program. If the battery is disconnected from
the pump, the programs will be lost.
Motor is bad or interlock switch not working
because motor cover is not secured.
Replace motor or secure motor cover to base.
NOTICE: To retain this program schedule, the 9V battery is a back-up in case AC power is lost.
7-Day Model
If AC power is lost and the 9V battery fails, the pump will default to OFF once the power is restored. To reprogram the settings,
unplug the pump and replace the battery.
24-Hour Model
If AC power is lost and the 9V battery fails, the pump will default to 12 pm when power is restored and the pump will resume its
dose schedule and dose amounts. If the dose schedule needs to correspond with the actual time of day, unplug the pump,
replace the battery, and reprogram all settings.
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Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
continued
– pump head
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Components cracking
Chemical attack
Check chemical compatibility
Pump head leaking
Pump tube rupture
Replace pump tube, ferrules; center tube
No pump output, pump head rotates
Depleted solution tank
Replenish solution
Low pump output, pump head rotates
No pump output;pump head doesn’t rotate
Pump output high
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Pump suction line weight is above solution
Replenish solution
Leak in the suction line
Inspect or replace suction line
Ferrules installed incorrectly, missing or damaged
Replace ferrules
Injection point is clogged
Inspect and clean injection point
Clogged suction/discharge tubing and/or
injection check valve
Clean and/or replace as needed
Life of pump tube exhausted
Replace pump tube, ferrules; center tube
Suction tubing is flush with the nose of the
weighted strainer
Pull suction tubing approximately 1" from bottom of strainer
Cut bottom of suction tubing at an angle
Life of pump tube exhausted
Replace pump tube, ferrules; center tube
Rollers worn or broken
Replace roller assembly
Injection point is restricted
Inspect and clean injection point
Incorrect tube size
Replace tube with correct size
High system back pressure
Verify system pressure against tube psi, replace tube if needed
Stripped roller assembly
Replace roller assembly
Motor problem
Refer to motor section
Incorrect tube size or setting
Replace tube with correct size or adjust settings.
Roller assembly broken
Replace roller assembly
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PROBLEM
continued
– pump tube
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
NOTICE: A leaking pump tube damages the metering pump. Inspect pump frequently for leakage and wear.
Refer to Tube Replacement section for additional safety precautions and instructions.
Tube leaking
Tube life is shortened
Tube connection is leaking
Pump tube ruptured
Replace pump tube, ferrules; center tube
Calcium or mineral deposits
Clean injection fitting, replace pump tube, ferrules; center tube
Excessive back pressure
Verify system pressure against tube psi, replace tube if needed
Tube is twisted
Replace pump tube, ferrules; center tube
Tube not centered
Replace pump tube, ferrules; center tube
Chemical attack
Check chemical compatibility
Mineral deposits at injection point
Remove deposits, replace pump tube, ferrules; center tube
Sediment blockage at check valve
Maintain suction line 2-3" above bottom of tank
Degraded check valve duckbill
Replace duckbill at every tube change
Duckbill in wrong orientation
Reverse duckbill orientation
Tube manually stretched or
pinched during replacement
Follow tube replacement instructions and allow roller assembly to
stretch tube into place
Seized rollers caused abrasion on tube
Clean roller assembly or replace
Exposure to heat or sun
Do not store tubes in high temperatures or in direct sunlight
Missing ferrule on 1/4" line
Replace ferrule
Crushed ferrule
Replace ferrule
Ferrule in wrong orientation
Reverse orientation of ferrule
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Separating and Reconnecting Subassemblies
Separating Subassemblies
1.
Turn off the pump and unplug the power cord.
2.
Hold the motor section and turn the pump head clockwise, until it stops.
3.
Pull the pump head straight out and off.
NOTE: Older pumps or pumps that have had a tube rupture may require the use of a flat
blade screwdriver to assist in pump head removal. Turn pump head counterclockwise until it
stops. Insert the screwdriver behind the pump head and carefully pry the pump head off
the motor shaft while pulling.
Separating
Reconnecting Pump Head to Motor
Reconnecting
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1.
Hold the pump motor section and insert the motor shaft into the pump head making sure
the flat of the motor shaft aligns with the the corresponding flat of roller assembly.
2.
Rotate the pump head until the locking rivets on the front of the pump motor align with
the corresponding mounting locations of the pump head.
3.
Push the head onto the motor shaft until it bottoms.
4.
Turn counterclockwise to engage mounting rivets.
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Tube Replacement – safety information
HAZARDOUS PRESSURE/
CHEMICAL EXPOSURE:
RISK OF CHEMICAL EXPOSURE:
To reduce risk of exposure, check the pump tube regularly for
leakage. At the first sign of leakage, replace the pump tube.
To reduce risk of exposure, the use of proper personal protective
equipment is mandatory when working on or near chemical
metering pumps.
Use caution and bleed off all resident system pressure prior to
attempting service or installation.
Use caution when disconnecting discharge tubing from pump.
Discharge may be under pressure. Tubing may contain chemical.
To reduce risk of exposure, and also prior to service, shipping, or
storage, pump generous amounts of water or a compatible
buffer solution to remove chemical from pump.
NOTICE: Indicates special instructions or general
mandatory action.
Consult chemical manufacturer and MSDS sheet for additional
information and precautions for the chemical in use.
NOTICE: DO NOT apply grease, oil, or lubricants to the pump
tube or housing.
Personnel should be skilled and trained in the proper safety and
handling of the chemicals in use.
NOTICE: Prior to pump tube replacement, inspect the entire
pump head for cracks or damaged components. Ensure rollers
turn freely.
PINCH POINT HAZARD:
NOTICE: Rinse off chemical residual and clean all chemical and
debris from pump head components prior to tube replacement.
Apply Stenner grease to main shaft and tube housing cover
bushing during tube replacement.
Use extreme caution when replacing pump tube. Be careful of
your fingers and DO NOT place fingers near rollers.
NOTICE: DO NOT pull excessively on pump tube. Avoid kinks
or damage during tube installation.
NOTICE: Inspect the suction/discharge tubing, injection point
(into pipe), and injection check valve duckbill for blockages
after any tube rupture. Clear or replace as required.
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Tube Replacement
continued
– preparation
1.
Follow all safety precautions prior to tube replacement.
2.
Prior to service, pump water or a compatible buffer solution through the pump and suction/discharge line to
remove chemical and avoid contact.
3.
Turn pump off.
4.
Disconnect the suction and discharge connections from pump head.
5.
Plug power cord into constantly energized, properly grounded receptacle for service.
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Tube Replacement
continued
– remove old tube
REMOVE OLD TUBE
1.
Turn the metering pump off.
8.
Remove roller assembly and housing.
2.
Remove and set aside cover and screws.
9.
3.
Press the PRIME button to jog the roller
assembly until one of the three slots in the
roller assembly lines up with the bottom
tube fitting (suction side). Illustration A
Use non-citrus all-purpose cleaner to
clean chemical residue from pump head
housing, roller, and cover.
10. Check housing for cracks. Replace
if cracked.
4.
Turn pump off.
11. Ensure rollers spin freely. Illustration D
5.
Lift tube fitting out of housing slot and
pull it toward center of roller assembly.
Illustration B
12. Replace roller assembly if: seized, excessive
side play from bore wear, or if rollers are
visibly worn.
Press the PRIME button to jog the roller
assembly while guiding the tube, with
tension, up and out of housing.
Illustration C
13. Reinstall clean tube housing.
6.
7.
A
Pull Out
B
Pull Out
C
14. Install roller assembly.
Turn pump off. When the slot in the roller
assembly aligns with the “OUT” (discharge)
tube fitting, remove and discard pump tube.
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Check
Rollers
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Tube Replacement
IMPORTANT! DO NOT lubricate
pump tube or roller assembly.
E
Tube
Housing
Slot Roller Assembly
Slot
– install new tube
INSTALL NEW TUBE
1.
Press the PRIME button until one of the slots
in the roller assembly aligns with the “IN”
(suction) tube fitting slot in the housing.
Press again to stop.
2.
Place tube fitting into suction side slot of
the housing and the roller assembly slot.
Illustration E
F
3.
Guide
Press the PRIME button to jog the roller
assembly while guiding the tube to prevent
it from getting pinched between the
housing and roller assembly.
IMPORTANT! Avoid rotating wrist, which can
result in a twisted tube that will not center. DO
NOT force tube and be careful of your fingers.
G
Guide
4.
Tube
Housing
Slot
continued
Roller Assembly
Slot
Guide tube, with slight tension (toward
the center) to prevent pinching between
housing and roller assembly. Illustration F
NOTE: Cover Screws are self-tapping and
must be backed in to locate original thread
before securing. If a screw boss is stripped,
use alternate bosses and position opposite
from each other. Never secure the cover
plate with more than 2 screws.
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5.
When the roller assembly slot reaches
the housing slot that the fitting inserts
into, depress the PRIME button to aid in
stretching the tube assembly until it can
be inserted into the housing.
NOTE: A used tube will have stretch
approximately 3/4" and the new tube will
appear to be stiff and short. Follow directions
to allow rollers to stretch tube into place.
6.
Allow rollers to stretch tube into place
while guiding tube into slot. Illustration G
7.
Press the prime button to turn off.
8.
Apply a small amount of grease
(AquaShield®) to cover bushing ONLY and
replace cover and two screws, leaving
front screw in-between the fittings loose.
Tube Replacement
continued
– center new tube
CENTER NEW TUBE
1.
To center the tube on the rollers, press the PRIME button to continually rotate the rollers.
Illustration H
2.
Turn the tube fitting on the suction side not more than 1/8 of a turn in the direction tube
must move.
3.
DO NOT let go of fitting until tube rides approximately in center of rollers.
4.
Press the PRIME button to turn “Off.” Tighten cover screws. Cover is not on securely if there
is a gap between screw boss and cover. Illustration I
H
1/8 Turn
Leave this screw loose.
I
Cover
Gap
Screw boss
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Cleaning the Point of Injection – safety information
NOTICE: Indicates special instructions or general
Warns about hazards that CAN cause
death, serious personal injury, or property damage
if ignored.
mandatory action.
NOTICE: 0-25 psi models are installed using an injection
fitting and 26-100 psi models use an injection check valve.
Both allow the extension tip to be installed in the center
of the pipe directly in the flow of water to help reduce
deposit accumulation.
Injection Check Valve
Injection
Fitting
HAZARDOUS PRESSURE/
CHEMICAL EXPOSURE:
Use caution and bleed off all resident system pressure prior
to attempting service or installation.
Duckbill
(Rubber)
Areas That Clog
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This is the safety alert symbol. When displayed in this
manual or on the equipment, look for one of the
following signal words alerting you to the potential
for personal injury or property damage.
Check Valve
Body
Use caution when disconnecting discharge tubing from
pump. Discharge line may be under pressure. Tubing may
contain chemical.
To reduce risk of exposure, the use of proper personal
protective equipment is mandatory when working on or
near chemical metering pumps.
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Cleaning the Point of Injection
1.
Turn metering pump off and unplug
cord. Disable water pump or auxiliary
equipment electrical supply.
2.
Depressurize system and bleed pressure
from pump discharge tubing.
3.
Loosen and remove connecting nut
and ferrule from the injection check
valve or injection fitting to disconnect
discharge tubing.
4.
continued
Insert a #2 Phillips head screwdriver
through injection fitting into the pipe
to locate or break up accumulated
deposits. If screwdriver cannot be
inserted, drill the deposit out of the
injection fitting (DO NOT drill through
the opposite pipe wall).
26-100 psi models:
• Unscrew the top fitting (check valve
body) to disassemble. The bottom fitting
(injection fitting with arrow) should
remain attached to the pipe.
Clean out accumulated
deposits with a #2 Phillips
head screwdriver.
• Remove duckbill from check valve body
and replace if deteriorated or swollen.
If clogged, clean or replace (yearly
replacement recommended).
• Examine O-Ring on the injection fitting
and replace if deteriorated or damaged.
Replace Duckbill
Periodic inspection and cleaning of
the point of injection will maintain
proper pump operation and provide
maximum tube life.
More on next page…
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Cleaning the Point of Injection continued
5.
Replace discharge tubing if cracked or
deteriorated. If the end is clogged, cut off
the calcified or blocked section of tubing.
0-25 psi models:
Replace ferrule and insert the discharge
tubing into the injection fitting
approximately 3/4"-1" until it stops.
26-100 psi models:
Cut off the calcified or blocked section.
• Reassemble the injection check valve in
reverse order.
• Replace ferrule and insert the discharge
tubing into the injection check valve
approximately 3/4" until it stops.
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6.
Tighten the connecting nut finger tight.
7.
Enable the water pump electrical supply
and pressurize the water system.
8.
Put the metering pump back in service and
inspect all connections for leaks.
Motor – exploded view
Contact factory for part numbers.
Motor
Cover
Cover
Screw B
Timer
Board
Switch
Mounting
Screw J
Safety Interlock
Switch
Contact
Switch Bracket
Motor Base Screw D
Battery Strap
Battery
9V
Coil
Ground
Screw E
Gear
Motor
Motor
Housing
PCB Card
Guide
Power Cord 10'
120V
Motor
Base
Strain Relief
Bushing
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Screw H
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Pump Head – exploded view
Tube Housing
Roller
Housing
Pump
Tube
Tube Housing
Cover
Cover
Screw B
Roller
Contact factory for part numbers.
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Pump Head
continued
– service kits
PUMP HEAD SERVICE KITS
DESCRIPTION
SANTOPRENE Kit 0-25 psi (0-1.7 bar)
®
SANTOPRENE® Kit 26-100 psi (1.7-6.9 bar)
TYGOTHANE® Kit 0-25 psi (0-1.7 bar)
Kit 26-100 psi (1.7-6.9 bar) includes
TYGOTHANE® #2 Pump Tube & PELLATHANE® duckbill
PART NUMBER
UM
PSKL0_*_
* select tube number 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
PSKH0_*_
* select tube number 1, 2
PSKLT *
* select tube number 2, 5
PSKHT2
KIT
0-25 psi (1.7 bar)
Roller Assembly
Connecting
Nuts 1/4"
KIT
Ferrules 1/4"
KIT
Cover
Screw B
KIT
Pump Tube
26-100 psi (6.9 bar)
Roller
Assembly
Connecting
Nuts 1/4"
Duckbill
Ferrules 1/4"
Cover Screw B
Pump Tube
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Pump Head
continued
– subassemblies
PUMP HEADS
Pump Head
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
Pump Head includes SANTOPRENE pump tube,
ferrules 1/4"
Pump Head includes SANTOPRENE® pump tube
& duckbill, ferrules 1/4"
Pump Head includes TYGOTHANE® pump tube,
ferrules 1/4"
Pump Head includes TYGOTHANE®#2 pump tube,
PELLATHANE® duckbill, ferrules 1/4"
®
Pump Tube Numbers
#1 and #2 for 26-100 psi pump
(when used with check valve).
#1, 2, 3, 4, 5 for 0-25 psi pump.
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UM
PART NUMBER UM
UCTHC * D
EA
MCTHC * D
* select tube number 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
UCPH * FD
EA
n/a
* select tube number 1, 2
UCPHT0 *
EA
n/a
* select tube number 2, 5
UCPHTD2
EA
n/a
PK of 2
Pump Tubes
PUMP TUBES
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
SANTOPRENE Pump Tube,
ferrules 1/4"
SANTOPRENE® Pump Tube & Duckbill,
ferrules 1/4"
TYGOTHANE® Pump Tube,
ferrules 1/4"
TYGOTHANE® #2 Pump Tube &
PELLATHANE® Duckbill, ferrules 1/4"
®
UM
PART NUMBER UM
UCCP20 *
PK of 2 MCCP20 *
* select tube number 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
UCCP * FD
PK of 2
n/a
* select tube number 1, 2
UCTYG0 *
PK of 2 MCTYG0 *
* select tube number 2, 5
UCTY2FD
PK of 2
n/a
PK of 5
PK of 5
Pump Tube Numbers
#1 and #2 for 26-100 psi pump
(when used with check valve).
#1, 2, 3, 4, 5 for 0-25 psi pump.
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Check Valves
CHECK VALVES
DESCRIPTION
Injection Check Valve 1/4"
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PART NUMBER
UM
PART NUMBER UM
Check Valve includes SANTOPRENE®
duckbill; ferrules 1/4"
UCDBINJ
EA
MCDBINJ
PK of 5
Check Valve includes PELLATHANE®
duckbill; ferrules 1/4"
UCTYINJ
EA
MCTYINJ
PK of 5
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For Your Records
Model:
Serial Number:
Date of Installation:
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Stenner Pump Company
3174 DeSalvo Road
Jacksonville, Florida 32246
Phone: 904.641.1666
US Toll Free: 800.683.2378
Fax: 904.642.1012
sales@stenner.com
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Peristaltic Metering Pumps
Since 1957
Hours of Operation (EST):
Monday 7:00 am–5:00 pm
Tues.–Fri. 7:00 am–5:30 pm
© Stenner Pump Company
All Rights Reserved
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