FTI Specialty Pumps Manual - Models 11-15

FTI Specialty Pumps Manual - Models 11-15

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Important Information .......................................................................................................... 3

Chemical Reaction Disclaimer ............................................................................................... 3

Safety Precautions ................................................................................................................ 3

Installation/Operation Precautions ........................................................................................ 3

Safety Precautions for ATEX Pumps ...................................................................................... 4

Temperature Classifications .................................................................................................. 4

DB11/15 Capabilities ............................................................................................................. 4

DB11/15 OIM Section I - Assembly ....................................................................................... 5

DB11/5 OIM Section II - Installation ..................................................................................... 6

DB11/15 OIM Section III - Start-up and Operation ................................................................ 7

DB11/15 OIM Section IV - Maintenance ................................................................................ 7

DB11/15 OIM Section V - Disassembly ............................................................................... 7-10

DB11/15 OIM Section VI - Reassembly ................................................................................ 10

Part Number Explanation ...................................................................................................... 11

DB11/15 OIM Exploded View - Parts Drawing ...................................................................... 12

DB11/15 OIM Parts Table .................................................................................................. 13-15

DB11/15 OIM Section VII - Troubleshooting ........................................................................ 16

DB11/15 OIM Section VIII - Warranty ................................................................................... 16

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION - READ ME FIRST

Model Number and Serial Number

Record the model number and serial number below for future reference. This is important information when ordering replacement parts or when technical assistance is required. The numbers are found on a label located on the motor adapter.

MODEL NUMBER ___________________________

SERIAL NUMBER __________________________

Chemical Reaction Disclaimer

The user must exercise primary responsibility in selecting the product’s materials of construction which are compatible with the fluid(s) that come(s) in contact with the product. The user may consult Finish Thompson, Inc. (manufacturer) and a manufacturer’s representative/ distributor agent to seek a recommendation of the product’s material of construction that offers the optimum available chemical compatibility.

However neither manufacturer nor agent shall be liable for product damage or failure, injuries, or any other damage or loss arising out of a reaction, interaction or any chemical effect that occurs between the materials of the product’s construction and fluids that come into contact with the product’s components.

Safety Precautions

W ARNING:

PRECAUTIONS CAN RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.

powerful magnetic fields. Individuals with cardiac pacemakers, implanted defibrillators, other electronic medical devices, metallic prosthetic heart valves, internal wound clips (from surgery), metallic prosthetic devices or sickle cell anemia must not handle or be in the proximity of the magnets contained inside the pump. Consult a health care provider for specific recommendations before working with this pump.

The magnetic attraction is powerful enough to rapidly pull the motor end and the wet end together. Do not place fingers between the mating surfaces of the motor and wet ends to avoid injuries. Keep the drive magnet and impeller assembly away from metal chips or particles.

cause the outer areas of the pump to become hot as well and could cause burns.

the motor from the power supply during maintenance or service.

WARNING:

Always wear protective clothing, eye protection and follow standard safety procedures when handling corrosive or personally harmful materials.

Proper procedures should be followed for draining and decontaminating the pump before disassembly and inspection of the pump. There may be small quantities of chemicals present during inspection.

W ARNING: could result in serious injury or damage to the pump and components.

Installation/Operation Precautions

However , the pump can operate without liquid in

(61 cm) above the NPSHr (net positive suction head required).

the pump is a 50 Hz model, do not exceed 50 Hz).

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power monitor will stop the pump and help prevent damage if the pump should run dry. ATEX certified pumps MUST use a power monitor.

Safety Precautions for ATEX Pumps

and be a possible source of leaks. This is the responsibility of the end user.

immediately.

W ARNING: closed discharge valve and decoupling. Any of these conditions could lead to a rise in surface temperature of the pump.

Temperature Classification

The surface temperature of the DB Series pumps depends upon the temperature of the fluid that is being pumped. The following chart lists different fluid temperatures and the corresponding pump surface temperature.

FluidTemperature

70º F (27º C)

170º F (85º C)

220º F (104º C)

Maximum

Surface Temperature

131º F (55º C)

168º F (76º C)

183º F (84º C)

Temperature

Class

T6

T5

T4

Maximum Allowable

Surface Temperature

85º C

100º C

135º C

DB11/15 Capabilities

Maximum Working Pressure: 90 psi (6.2 bar) (models with o-ring)

Maximum Working Pressure: 50 psi (3.5 bar) (models with Gylon ® gasket)

Maximum T emperature:

150 cP

Polypropylene -180º F (82º C); PVDF – 220º F (104º C)

Consult a chemical resistance guide or the chemical manufacturer for chemical compatibility and temperature limits.

Maximum concentration is 10% by weight. If solids are being pumped, it is recommended that the pump have either ceramic or for best results, silicon carbide components. Pumping solids may lead to increased wear.

Do not allow the flow rate to drop below the minimum flow rate listed in the chart below.

DB11

DB15

4 gpm (.9 m3/hr) 2 gpm (.5 m3/hr) .76 m3/hr (3.4 gpm) .38 m3/hr (1.7 gpm)

5 gpm (1.1 m3/hr) 2.5 gpm (.6 m3/hr) .95 m3/hr (4.2 gpm) .48 m3/hr (2 gpm)

Do not exceed the maximum power rating for the pump coupling.

Standard coupling for the DB11 is 6-pole; standard coupling for the DB15 is 8-pole.

6-pole coupling =

8-pole coupling =

10-pole coupling =

2 horsepower (1.5 kW)

3 horsepower (2.2 kW)

5 horsepower (4 kW)

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DB11/15 ASSEMBLY, INSTALLATION & OPERATION

Unpacking and Inspection

Unpack the pump and examine for any signs of shipping damage.

If damage is detected, save the packaging and notify the carrier immediately.

Section I - Assembly

Pumps with Motors

Proceed to “Installation” Section.

Pumps Without Motors

burrs. The outer drive is precision machined and has a bore tolerance of +.0005/-0 inch.

5. Slide the outer drive magnet assembly (item 9) onto the motor shaft until the motor shaft contacts the snap ring in the bore of the drive. Figures 4 and 5.

T ools Required - or wrench and 3/16" Allen Wrench (NEMA motors only).

1. Remove the pump, drive magnet assembly and hardware package from the carton. Do not remove the shipping plug until after the pump has been installed on the motor.

Figure 4

6. Secure the drive on the motor shaft.

Figure 5

end of the motor adapter and barrier. Strong magnetic attraction could allow the drive hub to enter the motor adapter resulting in injury or damage.

2. Place motor on the fan end. For

56C/145TC and B5 frame motors go to step 4. See figure 1.

Figure 1

3. For 184 NEMA and IEC motors only install the motor adapter flange (item

10) on the motor face using bolts, lock washers and flat washers (items 21, 22,

23). See figure 2.

Torque bolts to the following:

80 frame (M6) =90 in-lb (10.2 N-m)

90/100/112 frame (M8) =130 in-lb (14.7 N-m)

184 NEMA (1/2") =480 in-lb (54.3 N-m)

Figure 2

Note:

.

4. Coat the motor shaft with anti-seize compound. Insert key supplied with motor into keyway on motor shaft. See figure 3.

Figure 3

bolt, lock washer and flat washer (items 18, 19, 20).

Thread the bolt into the end of the motor shaft (while holding the outer drive to prevent it from turning). See figure 6.

Tighten the bolt to the following:

80 frame (M6)

90 frame (M8)

=

=

90 in-lb (10.2 N-m)

130 in-lb (14.7 N-m)

100/112 frame (M10) = 240 in-lb (27.1 N-m) holes on the side of the outer drive magnet assembly. Using a

3/16" Allen wrench, tighten to 228 in-lbs. (25.8 N-m). See figure 7.

Figure 6 - IEC Drive

Figure 7 - NEMA Drive

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7. Install the pump end on the motor/drive magnet assembly.

With the motor facing upright, align the pump feet so that the motor feet and pump feet are on the same side.

Tip the pump end at an angle (discharge is approximately

45º) so that it is just touching the edge of the outer drive magnet assembly. See figure 8.

Carefully lower the pump onto the drive magnet assembly by tipping discharge forward to 90º and dropping straight down. The last 3-4 inches (8-10 cm) before the pump reaches the motor will have STRONG magnetic attraction between the pump and outer drive magnet assembly.

Piping

Figure 8

8. Secure the pump to the motor with (4) 3/8" bolts, lock washers and flat washers (items 15,16,17). Tighten to

240 in-lb (27.1 N-m). See figures 9 and 10.

customer supplied hardware

Figure 9

Figure 10

9. Remove the shipping plug from the pump suction.

10. Rotate the motor fan to ensure that there is no binding in the pump.

11. Proceed to Installation Section

Section II - Installation

Mounting

Pump foot should be securely fastened to a solid foundation.

If the pump was received with plastic shipping shims, these shims may be used as additional support for the motor feet

(though not required).

than the NPSH required. Filters, strainers and any other fittings in the suction line will lower the NPSH available and should be calculated into the application.

Install the pump as close to the suction source as possible.

Support the piping independently near the pump to eliminate any strain on the pump casing. In addition, the piping should be aligned to avoid placing stress on the pump casing.

The suction side of the pump should be as straight and short as possible to minimize pipe friction.

Keep bends and valves at least ten pipe diameters away from the suction and discharge.

The suction line should be at least as large as the suction inlet port or one pipe size larger so that it does not affect the NPSHa. Do not reduce the suction line size.

The suction line should not have any high spots. This can create air pockets. The suction piping should be level or slope slightly upward to the pump.

A check valve and control valve (if used) should be installed on the discharge line. The control valve is used for regulating flow. An isolation valves on the suction and discharge are used to make the pump accessible for maintenance. The check valve helps prevent the pump against damage from water hammer. This is particularly important when the static discharge head is high.

If flexible hose is preferred, use a reinforced hose rated for the proper temperature, pressure and chemical resistance against the fluid being pumped.

The suction valve must be completely open to avoid restricting the suction flow.

It is advisable to install a flush system in the piping to allow the pump to be flushed before the pump is removed from service.

customer installed ¼” drain in the impeller housing. See the Drain Installation Section for details.

For units in a suction lift system, install appropriate piping in the discharge to allow priming of the pump (DB11/15 models are not self-priming).

When installing pumps with flanges, we recommend use of low seating stress gaskets such as Gore-Tex

®

or Gylon

®

(expanded PTFE).

foot.

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Motor/Electrical

Install the motor according to NEC requirements and local electrical codes. The motor should have an overload protection circuit.

Wire the motor for clockwise rotation when facing the fan end of the motor.

Flush Systems

flushing fluid.

1. Turn off the pump.

2. Completely close the suction and discharge valves.

3. Connect flushing fluid supply to flush inlet valve.

the pump is full of liquid.

Check all electrical connections with the wiring diagram on the motor. Make sure the voltage, frequency, phase and amp draw comply with the supply circuit.

If utilized, verify that the power monitor has been properly installed according to the manufacturers instructions.

To verify correct rotation of the motor:

4. Connect flushing fluid drain to flush drain valve.

5. Open flushing inlet and outlet valves. Flush system until the pump is clean.

Optional Drain Installation

1. Remove the impeller housing from the pump assembly.

2. Clamp the impeller housing to a drill press table.

1. Install the pump into the system.

2. Fully open the suction and discharge valves.

3. Using a 7/16” drill and the molded boss as a guide, drill completely through the molded boss into the interior of the impeller housing. De-burr the hole on the inside of the impeller housing.

3. Allow fluid to flow into the pump. Do not allow the pump to run dry (ceramic, PTFE and silicon carbide bushings can’t be run dry without damage to pump components).

4. Jog the motor (allow it to run for 1-2 seconds) and observe the rotation of the motor fan. Refer to the directional arrow molded into the pump casing if necessary.

be damaged.

4. Using a 1/4” NPT tap, tap the hole in the molded boss to the appropriate depth.

reduced flow and pressure.

Section III - Start-up and Operation

1. This pump must be filled from a flooded suction tank (gravity) or primed with liquid from an outside source. The DB11/15 is not self-priming.

5. Install the drain plug or valve, being careful not to overtighten.

Section IV - Maintenance

Recommended maintenance schedule

2. Open the inlet (suction) and discharge valves completely and allow the pump to fill with liquid.

3. Close the discharge valve.

4. Turn the pump on. Slowly open the discharge valve. Adjust the flow rate and pressure by regulating the discharge valve.

Do not attempt to adjust the flow with the suction valve.

5. Use of a power monitor is strongly recommended for pumps with ceramic, PTFE or silicon carbide bushings. The power monitor will stop the pump and help prevent damage if the pump should run dry. ATEX certified pumps MUST use a power monitor.

The recommended maintenance schedule depends upon the nature of the fluid being pumped and the specific application.

If the pump is used on a clean fluid, it is recommended that the pump be removed from service and examined after six months of operation or after 2,000 hours of operation. If the pump is used on fluids with solids, high temperatures or other items that could cause accelerated wear, then this initial examination should be sooner.

After the initial examination of the internal components and wear items are measured, a specific maintenance schedule can be determined. For best results, it is recommended that the pump be removed from service annually for examination.

Section V - Disassembly

Shutdown

Use the following procedure to shutdown the pump.

1. Slowly close the discharge valve.

2. Turn off the motor.

3. Close the suction valve.

that rotate while in operation. Follow local safety standards for locking out the motor from the power supply during maintenance or service.

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ferring many types of potentially dangerous chemicals. Always wear protective clothing, eye protection and follow standard safety procedures when handling corrosive or personally harm ful materials. Proper procedures should be followed for draining and decontaminating the pump before disassembly and inspection of the pump. There may be small quantities of chemi cals present during inspection.

disassembled and assembled using the recommended procedures. The magnetic attraction is powerful enough to rapidly pull the motor end and the wet end together. Do not place fingers between the mating surfaces of the motor and wet ends to avoid injuries. Keep the drive magnet and impeller assembly away from metal chips or particles.

1. Stop the pump, lock out the motor starter, close all the valves that are connected to the pump, and drain/decontaminate the pump.

Figure 12

3. Place pump on bench with housing facing up. Remove

(8) 10 mm housing bolts, lock washers and flat washers

(items 12, 13, 14). See figure 13.

hazardous materials and all internal pressure relieved prior to opening the pump. Allow the pump to reach ambient temperatures prior to performing maintenance.

2. For pumps with motors 2 horsepower (1.5 kW) or smaller, securely clamp the pump feet to the bench. Remove the

(4) bolts, lock washers and flat washers (items 15,16,17) securing the pump to the motor. See figure 9.

Figure 13

4. Pull housing (item 1) straight up to remove. Inspect housing for signs of wear or damage. Look for signs of rubbing, cracking on thrust ring, or damage to front shaft support. See figure 14.

Figure 9

Firmly grab the motor and pull straight back to disengage the motor and pump. See figure 11.

Figure 14

5. Remove impeller/inner drive assembly (items 4A, 4, 5, 5A).

Inspect impeller and drive for signs of wear or damage.

Look for signs of rubbing or damage and wear to the impeller and inner drive. See figure 15.

Figure 11

For pumps with motors 3 horsepower (2.2 kW) or larger, place the pump and motor on the floor. Remove the (4) bolts, lock washers and flat washers (items 15,16,17) securing the pump to the motor. See figure 9. Make sure the motor is on the fan end with the pump facing up. Pull straight up to remove the pump from the motor. See figure 12.

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Figure 15

Check the impeller thrust ring and bushing for wear. See figure 16.

Figure 16

6. Remove the impeller shaft (item 6) from the barrier and check for signs of cracking, chipping, scoring or wear.

See figure 17.

Figure 19

3. To reinstall the drive or a new drive follow the instructions from Section I - Assembly, Pumps without Motors, steps

4-6.

Thrust Ring Replacement

1. Thrust ring (item 4A) is held in-place with a snap fit with a ridge. Using a razor knife or side cutters, cut a notch out of the thrust ring. Pull ring up and out of the holder. See figures 20-21.

Figure 17

7. Remove the barrier (item 7) from the motor adapter (item

8). Make sure the spindle has been removed. If necessary, gently tap on the backside of the barrier with a soft rod (wood, plastic, etc.). Inspect the inside and outside of the barrier for signs of rubbing. See figure 18.

Figure 18

8. Remove the o-ring (item 2) from the barrier and inspect for chemical attack, swelling, brittleness, cuts, etc.

9. Visually inspect the outer drive (item 9) for rubbing, damage, corrosion or loose magnets.

Outer Drive Replacement

1. Remove the setscrews (item 9A) from the side of the drive (NEMA motors) or the bolt, lock washer and flat washer (items 18, 19, 20) from the center of the drive

(metric motors).

magnets.

2. Remove the drive magnet from the motor shaft by gently prying up from the bottom of the drive. See figure 19.

Figure 20 Figure 21

2. To reinstall, align the two flats on the thrust ring with the flats in the bore of the impeller. Using a piece of wood, press into place using an arbor press until the thrust ring is completely seated in the impeller.

Bushing Replacement

1. To remove the bushing, place the impeller/inner drive assembly in an arbor press. Insert a 3/4” diameter plastic or wood shaft through the eye of the impeller and press the bushing out.

2. To replace the bushing (item 5A), place the top of the impeller on an arbor press with the thrust ring face down.

Insert the front of the bushing (figure 22) into the center of the impeller/inner drive magnet assembly, aligning the flat on the bushing with the flat in the bore of the inner drive magnet. Using a soft arbor, press into place until the bushing reaches the shoulder molded into the inner drive

(figures 23 and 24).

Figure 22

Figure 23 Figure 24

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Impeller Replacement

magnet during impeller replacement.

Using the two slots provided, insert a flat blade screw driver into them and pry the impeller (items 4, 4A) up from the body of the inner drive magnet (items 5, 5A). Once a gap has been established, work around the perimeter to evenly increase the gap until the impeller can be removed. See figure 25.

3. Install impeller shaft (item 6) into barrier by aligning the flats on the shaft with the ones in the barrier. Make sure it is completely seated. See figure 27.

Figure 27

Figure 25

To install a new impeller, place the inner drive magnet assembly face up (splines facing up) on an arbor press. Align the spines in the impeller with the ones in the bore on the inner drive magnet. Place a piece of wood over the top of the impeller thrust ring. Using an arbor press, push down on the impeller until it is completely seated in the inner drive.

4. Carefully install the impeller/inner drive assembly (items 4, 4A,

5, 5A) by sliding it over the impeller shaft in the barrier. It is normal for the impeller/inner drive to pop up a slight amount due to magnetic forces. See figures 28 and 29.

Figure 28 Figure 29

Section VI - Reassembly

1. Install barrier (item 7) into motor adapter (item 8). Press firmly to ensure that the barrier is completely seated. See figure 26

5. Install the impeller housing (item 2). Make sure the discharge is in the correct orientation in relation to pump foot. Align the shaft in the barrier with the front shaft support in the impeller housing. Press down to push the impeller/inner drive magnet assembly into position. Holding the impeller housing with one hand, install and finger-tighten two bolts, lock washers and flat washers (items 12, 13, 14) in opposite locations. See figure 30.

Figure 26

2. Install o-ring (item 2) or Gylon gasket in groove in barrier.

when the pump is reassembled.

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Figure 30

6. Install the remaining bolts, lock washers and flat washers finger tight.

7. Tighten all the bolts evenly using a star pattern. Tighten to

20 foot-lbs (27 N-m).

8. Reinstall the pump on the motor/drive magnet following instructions found in “Assembly, Pumps Without Motors,” steps 7-11.

PART NUMBER EXPLANATION

1. Select Base Model (Example: DB11P) *

2. If Standard Components aren’t suitable, enter symbol(s) of alternative components in any order.

Base Model -

DB11P E - U - 14

(Example: DB11P-E-U-14 is a DB11P with EPDM o-ring, unions and 145TC motor adapter.)

3. Alternative Components - select from below on the motor adapter. The model number contains a base model that features certain standard components.

Compare the model number on the pump to the chart below to determine if the pump contains any alternate components. Model numbers containing “P” have primary components molded from polypropylene. Model numbers containing “V” have primary components molded from PVDF.

Base Model Numbers: DB11P, DB11V, DB15P, DB15V

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DB11 Exploded View - Parts Diagram

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Item Qty Description

1

1

1 Standard Housing

NPT Threads & Alumina Ceramic Ring

BSP Threads & Alumina Ceramic Ring

Steel Flanges & Alumina Ceramic Ring

Fiberglass Flanges & Alumina Ceramic Ring

Union & Alumina Ceramic Ring

NPT Threads & Silicon Carbide Ring

BSP Threads & Silicon Carbide Ring

Steel Flanges & Silicon Carbide Ring

Fiberglass Flanges & Silicon Carbide Ring

Unions & Silicon Carbide Ring

1 Gasket Housing

NPT Threads & Alumina Ceramic Ring

Steel Flanges & Alumina Ceramic Ring

Fiberglass Flanges & Alumina Ceramic Ring

NPT Threads & Silicon Carbide Ring

Steel Flanges & Silicon Carbide Ring

Fiberglass Flanges & Silicon Carbide Ring

2 1 O-ring/Gasket

3 1

Discharge O-ring (BSP

EPDM

Viton

®

Simriz ®

Kalrez ®

Gylon Gasket

EPDM

Viton ®

Simriz ®

Kalrez

®

4 1 Impeller Assembly with PTFE thrust ring

#1

#2

#3

#4

#5

#6

#7

#8

#9

#10

4 1 with silicon carbide thrust ring

#1

#2

105688-2

105744-3

105744-7

105903-2

105905-2

105905-6

105911

105911-4

105911-6

105911-8

105911-10

105911-2

105911-14

105911-16

105911-18

105911-20

105915

105915-4

105688-1

105688-5

105744-1

105744-5

105746-1

105903

105903-4

105905

105905-4

105906

105688-3

105688-7

105744-2

105744-6

105746-3

105903-1

105903-5

105905-1

105905-5

105906-2

105739-1

105739-5

105745-1

105745-5

105747-1

105904

105904-4

105924

105924-4

105923

105911-1

105911-5

105911-7

105911-9

105911-11

105911-3

105911-15

105911-17

105911-19

105911-21

105915-1

105915-5

105688-4

105744-4

105744-8

105903-3

105905-3

105905-7

105717

105716

105719

105718

105721

105918

105919

105718

105921

105739-2

105745-3

105745-7

105904-1

105924-2

105924-6

105739-4

105745-4

105745-8

105904-3

105924-3

105924-7

105911-12 105911-13

105916

105916-4

105916-6

105916-2

105916-5

105916-7

105916-8

105916-1

105916-9

105916-3

105916-10 105916-11

105916-12 105916-13

105916-14 105916-15

N/A N/A

105915-12 105915-13

105917 105917-2

105739-3

105739-7

105745-2

105745-6

105747-3

105904-2

105904-6

105924-1

105924-5

105923-2

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Item Qty Description

4 1 with silicon carbide thrust ring

#3

#4

#5

#6

#7

#8

#9

#10

4A 1 Impeller Thrust Ring Only Filled PTFE

Silicon Carbide

5 1 Impeller Drive Assembly with carbon bushing with PTFE bushing

6-Pole

8-Pole

10-Pole

6-Pole

8-Pole

10-Pole

6-Pole with alumina ceramic bushing

5A

6

1

1 with silicon carbide bushing

Impeller Bushing

Impeller Shaft

8-Pole

10-Pole

6-pole

8-Pole

10-Pole

Carbon

Filled PTFE

Alumina Ceramic

Silicon Carbide

Alumina Ceramic

Silicon Carbide

Hastelloy C

7 1

Barrier

8 1 Motor Adapter

Standard (NEMA and IEC/B14)

Standard with Bronze Ring

IEC/B5 - 80/90 Frame

IEC/B5 - 100/112 Frame

9 1 Drive Magnet Assembly

56C frame includes set screws and snap ring

145TC frame includes set screws and snap ring

184TC frame includes set screws and snap ring

80 frame includes snap ring

90 frame includes snap ring

6-Pole

8-Pole

6-Pole

8-Pole

10-Pole

6-Pole

8-Pole

6-Pole

8-Pole

100/112 frame includes snap ring

10-Pole

105915-6

105915-8

105915-10

105915-2

105915-14

105915-16

105915-18

105915-20

105913

105913-1

105913-2

105913-6

105913-7

105913-8

105913-12

105913-13

105913-14

105913-18

105913-19

105913-20

105689-1

105734-1

105986

105985

105915-7

105915-9

105915-11

105915-3

105878

105917-4

105917-6

105917-8

105917-1

105878-1

105878-3

105878-4

105730-9

105882

105882-1

105882-3

105882-4

105730-18

105917-5

105917-7

105917-9

105917-3

105915-15

105915-17

105915-19

105915-21

105917-10

105917-12

105917-14

105694-1

N/A

105917-11

105917-13

105917-15

N/A

105694-3

105913-3

105913-4

105913-5

105913-9

105913-10

105913-11

105913-15

J100977-1

J100977-2

J100977-3

105811-1

105811-2

105811-3

105689-2

105734-5

105884-1

105986-1

105985-1

105913

105913-1

105913-2

105913-6

105913-7 105913-10

105913-8 105913-11

105913-12

105913-16

105913-17

105913-21

105913-22

105913-13

105913-14

105913-18

105913-19

105913-16

105913-17

105913-21

105913-22

105913-23 105913-20 105913-23

J100977

105689-1

105734-1

105986

105985

105913-3

105913-4

105913-5

105913-9

105913-15

105689-2

105734-5

105986-1

105985-1

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Item Qty Description

9A 2 Set Screws- NEMA Motor

9B

10

1

1

Snap Ring

A

Motor Adapter Flange

TEX

11 1 Foot

B5 pumps with 100/112 frame do not include a pump foot.

56C Frame

145TC Frame

184TC Frame

80 Frame

90 Frame

100/112 Frame

184TC Frame

80 Frame

90 Frame

100/112 Frame

80 Frame

90 Frame

100/112 Frame

Standard

100 Frame

112 Frame

12 8 Housing Bolt

13 8 Housing Lockwasher

14 8 Housing Flat Washer

15 4 Motor Adapter Bolts

16 4 Motor Adapter Lockwashers

17 4 Motor Adapter Flatwashers

18 1 Drive Bolt- 80 Frame IEC

Drive Bolt- 90 Frame IEC

Drive Bolt- 100/112 Frame IEC

19 1 Drive Lockwasher- 80 Frame IEC

Drive Lockwasher- 90 Frame IEC

Drive Lockwasher- 100/112 Frame IEC

20 1 Drive Flatwasher- 80 Frame IEC

Drive Flatwasher- 90 Frame IEC

Drive Flatwasher- 100/112 Frame IEC

21 4 Motor Adapter Flange Bolts - 184TC Frame

Motor Adapter Flange Bolts - 80 Frame

Motor Adapter Flange Bolts - 90 Frame

Motor Adapter Flange Bolts - 100/112 Frame

22 4 Lockwasher- Motor Adapter Flange- 184TC Frame

Lockwasher- Motor Adapter Flange- 80 Frame

Lockwasher- Motor Adapter Flange- 90 Frame

Lockwasher- Motor Adapter Flange- 100/112 Frame

23 4 Flatwasher- Motor Adapter Flange- 184TC Frame

Flatwasher- Motor Adapter Flange- 80 Frame

Flatwasher- Motor Adapter Flange- 90 Frame

Flatwasher- Motor Adapter Flange - 100/112 Frame

24 4 Foot Bolt

25 4 Foot Lockwasher

26 4 Foot Flatwashers

105751-1

105724-1

105725-1

105726-1

105691-1

105691-3

105691-2

15

J100115

105767

105722

105776

J103782

J103780

105770

105770

J101023

J100672

J102282

105755

105757

105722

J103118

J100115

J100128

105765

105770

105774

J100672

J102282

J102282

J103851

J100113

J101293

J101293

J103780

J100672

J100113

J101084

105708

105709

105710

105711

105712

105751-2

105710

105751-1

105724-2

105725-2

105724-1

105725-1

105726-2 105726-1

105724-3

105725-3

105726-3

105691-4

105691-6

105691-1

105691-3

105691-5 105691-2

105751-2

105724-2

105725-2

105726-2

J104206

105768

105773

105777

105761

105764

105771

105771

105762

J104203

J103847

105756

105758

105773

105752

J104206

J104207

105766

105771

105775

J104203

J103847

J103847

105763

J104204

J103845

J103845

105764

J104203

J104204

105691-4

105691-6

105691-5

Section VII - Troubleshooting

General Notes:

Do not pump liquids containing ferrous metal fines.

If magnets decouple, stop pump immediately. Operating the pump with the magnets decoupled will eventually weaken the magnets.

Power monitors are required and must be used with all

ATEX certified pumps.

Do not use mismatched drive magnet assemblies (different number of magnets on inner and outer drivemagnet assemblies).

Contact our Technical Service Department -

Phone: 1-800-888-3743

Email: [email protected]

if you have any questions regarding product operation or repair.

No or Insufficient Discharge

Air leaks in suction piping

Pump not primed

System head higher than anticipated

Closed valve

Viscosity or specific gravity too high

Motor too large for magnet coupling rating (magnets uncoupled)

Suction lift too high or insufficient NPSH

Clogged suction line or impeller vanes

Motor rotation incorrect (correct rotation when viewed from the fan end is clockwise)

Insufficient Pressure

Air or gas in liquid

Impeller diameter too small

System head lower than anticipated

Motors speed insufficient (too low) or motor rotation incorrect (correct rotation when viewed from the fan end is clockwise)

Loss of Prime

Leak in suction piping

Foot valve or suction opening not submerged enough

Foot valve too small or leaking

Air or gas in liquid

Foreign matter in impeller

Leaking valve. Suction lift too high or insufficient NPSHa

Excessive Power Consumption

Head lower than rating

Excessive flow

Specific gravity or viscosity too high.

Vibration/Noise

Loose magnet

Drive magnet rubbing

Pump cavitating from improper suction or feed

Motor or piping not properly secured

Foreign object in impeller

Section VIII - Warranty

Finish Thompson, Inc (manufacturer) warrants this product to be free of defects in materials and workmanship for a period of five years from date of purchase by original purchaser. If a warranted defect, which is determined by manufacturer’s inspection, occurs within this period, it will be repaired or replaced at the manufacturer’s option, provided (1) the product is submitted with proof of purchase date and (2) transportation charges are prepaid to the manufacturer. Liability under this warranty is expressly limited to repairing or replacing the product or parts thereof and is in lieu of any other warranties, either expressed or implied. This warranty does not apply to normal wear of the product or components. This warranty does not apply to products or parts broken due to, in whole or in part, accident, overload, abuse, chemical attack, tampering, or alteration. The manufacturer accepts no responsibility for product damage or personal injuries sustained when the product is modified in any way. If this warranty does not apply, the purchaser shall bear all cost for labor, material and transportation.

Manufacturer shall not be liable for incidental or consequential damages including, but not limited to, process down time, transportation costs, costs associated with replacement or substitution products, labor costs, product installation or removal costs, or loss of profit. In any and all events, manufacturer’s liability shall not exceed the purchase price of the product and/or accessories.

Ordering Spare Parts

Spare parts can be ordered from your local distributor. Always refer to the pump model to avoid error.

Part Number 106142, Rev 5

Order fax: 814-459-3460

Tech Service: 800-888-3743

Literature ID No. FT06-923E

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