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IN-161 X-V
I & O Manual
PRICE PUMP
Installation,
Operating, and
Maintenance
Manual
Type X Vertical
Caution:
Before installing,
repairing or performing
maintenance on this
pump, read these
instructions completely.
Installation
Electrical
WARNING!
Ground motor before
connecting to electrical
power supply! Failure to
ground motor can cause
severe or fatal electrical
shock hazard!
Do not ground to gas
supply line!
Disconnect power to
motor before working on
motor or pump!
Match voltage to
nameplate voltage on
motor. Incorrect voltage
can cause fire or seriously
damage motor, voiding
warranty.
Close Coupled Motor Pumps
These pumps require no special
care in mounting, although it is
suggested that they be firmly
bolted to a level surface.
Adequate air movement over
motor will help prevent
overloads.
Direction of Rotation
Note: Motor shaft rotation is
viewed from the suction end of
pump. A rotational arrow is
shown on the front of the pump
volute casing. Incorrect rotation
can cause pump damage, failure
or reduced performance,
voiding warranty. It is best to
check rotation by momentarily
energizing or jogging the motor
prior to filling pump with
liquid.
Warning! Do not operate
pump without liquid for more
than a few seconds, as damage
will result to mechanical seal.
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PLUMBING
All piping should be supported
independently of the pump.
Piping should not exert any
stress on the pump connections.
1. Suction Piping-Horizontal
Pumps.
Suction line must provide
adequate suction pressure and
smooth liquid flow for proper
pump operation. Air
entrapment in the suction line
because of leaks or improper
design may cause the pump to
lose prime and fail. This pump
is not self-priming, therefore the
suction must be flooded at start
up. Also, the suction line must
provide sufficient pressure and
smooth flow to pump inlet to
prevent pump cavitation. A
length of straight pipe a
minimum of 5 times the pump
inlet diameter and preferably 10
times the diameter should be
installed in the suction line
where it enters the pump.
Elbows, fittings or valves
installed close to the suction can
disrupt liquid flow and cause
malfunction. Suction lines must
be at least the same size as the
pump inlet or larger if possible.
Price Pump Company
recommends against using foot
valves in the suction line to
maintain liquid in the pump
when it’s not operating. If foot
valves are used due to suction
lift conditions they must be
properly maintained to avoid
leaks resulting from wear or
Price® Pump Co. Model XT Vertical
fouling. Suction piping must be
designed to prevent air from
being trapped in high spots in
the piping. This condition may
cause the pump to vapor lock as
the air bubble moves into the
pump.
2. Discharge Piping.
For flow and discharge head
control it is advisable to install a
valve (globe, ball, or other
adjustable and non-leak type) in
the discharge line close to the
pump. The valve may be closed
during system repairs to prevent
backflow. By installing a check
valve in the discharge line
backflow can also be prevented
during maintenance or during
periods of pump stoppage.
2. Vertical Pumps
Care must be taken when
attaching piping to the
discharge of vertically mounted
pumps to avoid piping stress
(axial or radial force) on the
discharge port. Such force will
push the pump out of vertical
alignment, causing premature
failure. No piping stress can
be allowed against the
discharge connection.
Vertically mounted pumps must
have impeller submerged at
start-up. Also, inlet of pump
must be submerged far enough
to prevent vortexing and the
resulting entrance of air into the
pump. Where conditions limit
how far pump can be
submerged tank baffles should
be used to prevent vortex
formation. The use of a
standpipe (vertical pipe
connected to pump suction) will
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allow liquid to be drawn down
below level of the impeller
during operation. Note,
however, that pump must be
submerged during start-up in
order to gain prime.
OPERATION
Priming. All centrifugal pumps
must be filled with liquid prior
to start up. For the pump
illustrated in this manual
completely fill the volute and
suction lines prior to operation.
It is suggested that during initial
start up the discharge valve be
closed and then opened as the
motor develops full rpm’s. If
pump does not build up
pressure as motor speed
increases, shut down and
reprime pump. Make sure that
liquid flow into pump is not
restricted (see
“Troubleshooting”).
Note: A centrifugal pump’s
flow and head (pressure) will
vary with the amount of
resistance (friction and flow
restrictions) in the discharge
line. As a valve on the discharge
line opens the flow and motor
amp draw will increase and
head will drop. As a valve on
the discharge is closed the flow
and amp draw will decrease and
the head will increase. If
resistance in the discharge line
is not sufficient the pump will
operate at a condition of
maximum (or “choked”) flow,
also sometimes called “end of
performance curve.” Maximum
horsepower is required to
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operate at this point and motor
overload may result. If
excessive amp draw and motor
overload is recurring, reduce the
system flow by installing a
valve on the discharge line and
restricting flow. Alternatively,
reduce pump head by trimming
impeller to a smaller diameter.
Consult local Price Pump dealer
for assistance.
CAUTION
Disconnect power to pump
before servicing to avoid
dangerous or fatal electrical
shock hazards.
If pump has been used to
pump hazardous materials be
certain that all materials have
been removed prior to
working on the pump.
Inverting pump with liquid in
it could cause liquid to get
into motor bearings and cause
damage. Before
disassembling be certain all
liquid is removed from the
pump.
TROUBLESHOOTING
4. Leaking mechanical seal.
1. Pump fails to build pressure:
Check for:
a. Improper assembly.
b. Worn or cracked seal
faces.
c. Abrasive material build up
around seal.
d. Liquid flashing at seal
faces (temp too high).
e. Seal pressure rating too
low for the service.
f. Chemical attack of seal
parts.
g. Seal operated dry or with a
liquid having poor
lubricating properties.
Check for:
a. Pump not primed.
b. Incorrect rotation.
c. Driver speed too low.
d. Suction line restricted.
e. Driver failure.
f. Plugged or damaged
impeller.
g. Pump or impeller
undersized.
h. Pump cavitation.
i. Impeller rubbing volute.
2. Pump fails to provide
enough flow.
Check for:
a. System resistance too high.
b. Pump undersized.
c. Pump not primed.
d. Driver speed too low.
e. Poor suction conditions
f. Impeller rubbing volute
due to improper
installation.
g. Pump cavitation.
h. Plugged or damaged
impeller.
3. Excessive noise or vibration
during operation.
Check for:
a. Motor bearing failing.
b. Pump cavitating.
c. Impeller rubbing volute.
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5. Pump gradually loses
pressure and head.
Check for:
a. Increasing temperature
causing cavitation or liquid
vaporization.
b. Driver failure.
c. Suction lift too high.
d. Air entering suction line.
6. Motor/pump overheating.
Check for:
a. Excessive flow and amp
draw. (Throttle discharge)
b. Low voltage or frequency.
c. Flow too low with
resulting heat rise.
d. Bearing failure.
e. System temperature too
high.
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TYPE XT Vertical MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
I&O IN161 X-V
Before attempting any repairs under warranty, contact Distributor to obtain factory authorization.
Repairs carried out without authorization may void warranty. Many causes of pump system failure are
due to improper system design. Refer to the Trouble Shooting List in this manual before carrying out
pump inspection.
DISASSEMBLY
REASSEMBLY
1. Disconnect power source to
motor.
1. Clean pump and motor shaft
thoroughly.
2. Assure that the shaft is not
grooved and that there is no
evidence of pitting or fretting
where the bushing rides. If the
shaft is grooved, fretted or
worn, replace it.
3. Install the pump shaft onto the
motor shaft. Align two half dog set screws with keyway in
motor shaft.
4. Tighten both set screws in
keyway and one set screw
180° opposite the first two set
screws.
5. Dial indicating "Total
Indicated Run-Out". Using a
magnetic base and dial
indicator align shaft with
maximum TIR of .004"
(Note: Dial indicator should be
set to run as close to end of
shaft as possible). The three
setscrews at the base of the
pump shaft are used to align
the shaft. Tighten the three
setscrews evenly until TIR of
.004" is accomplished. Note:
When TIR is completed all the
setscrews must be tight.
6. Install new bushing in bushing
plate (if applicable).
7. Install column onto motor
being careful not to damage
bushing.
8. Install motor bolts and tighten.
9. Install impeller onto motor
shaft, being careful to align
keyway of impeller with
keyway on motor shaft. Install
key in keyway.
2. Disconnect electrical
connections tagging wires
carefully to preserve correct
rotation. Loosen motor base.
3. Remove pump and motor
assembly to repair area.
Observe position of all parts
prior to disassembly.
4. Unscrew volute bolts and
remove volute from pump.
5. Remove impeller. Unscrew
impeller lockdown. Slide
impeller off shaft. Do Not
throw shaft key away.
6. Remove four motor bolts
and remove column from
motor.
7. Loosen setscrews in pump
shaft and remove shaft from
motor (Note: New setscrews
must be used when shaft is
reinstalled).
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10. Install impeller lockdown
gasket and lockdown.
11. Install new volute gasket and
mount volute. Secure with
bolts and tighten evenly.
12. Rotate pump shaft by hand to
ensure impeller does not rub
against volute.
13. Return pump to installation,
reconnect electric connections.
14. Start pump momentarily to
observe shaft rotation. If
rotation corresponds to the
rotation arrow, pump may be
put into service. If rotation is
incorrect, switch any two leads
on 3-phase motors. Check
wiring diagram of motor for
single phase rotation.
15. Start pump allowing adequate
time to purge all air from
system. Observe any gauges,
flow meters, etc. to see of
pump performs properly.
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XT/XL - V PARTS LIST
Effective: October 1, 1994
Available sizes:
1 x 1-1/2 x 6
1-1/2 x 2 x 6 (Threaded Only)
1-1/2 x 3 x 6 (Flanged Only)
2x3x6
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
J.
K.
L.
M.
N.
P.
R.
S.
T.
U.
V.
Volute
AI
XT/XL100V
2601
XT/XL150V
2607
XT/XL200V
2613
Impeller Lockdown
0978
Impeller Lockdown Gasket, Teflon®
0245
Impeller
XT/XL100V
2602V-dia
XT/XL150V
2608V-dia
XT/XL200V
2614V-dia
Gasket, Syn Fiber
0124
Teflon®
N/A
Bushing: 13” AI & BF Do not require a Bushing
Carbon Graphite (std)
N/A
W88 (opt)
N/A
Glass Filled Teflon® (opt)
N/A
* Silicon Carbide (opt)
N/A
Bushing Plate for Sil/Carbide
N/A
Pin SS for GFT & Sil/Carb (1 rqd)
N/A
Bushing Plate
N/A
Bushing Plate Screws (3 rqd)
N/A
Column Assembly
13” CI or SS
0397
20” SS
0482
32” SS
0485
44” SS
0489
Shaft w/Setscrews
13” SS
1190-1
20” SS
1191-3
32” SS
1191-5
44” SS
1191-7
Shafts Include:
2 Half Dog Setscrews
0566
4 Cup Point Setscrews
0680
Impeller Shaft Key
0135
Volute Bolts (8 rqd)
0587
Motor Bolts (4 rqd)
0599
1/8” Pipe Plugs (2 rqd)
0559
Mounting Plate Assembly (opt)
9.5 x 16.5 Steel
0905
9.5 x 16.5 Stainless Steel
0906
Gasket for fume barrier, Teflon®
0505
Fume Barrier (opt)
Buna
0756
Viton®
0757
Teflon®
0758
Quench Plate
0309-2
Motor Specify part number
SS
2629
2626
2627
0978
0245
SS Flanged
2605
2611
2617
0978
0245
2604V-dia
2610V-dia
2616V-dia
0124
N/A
2606V-dia
2612V-dia
2618V-dia
N/A
0301
2606V-dia
2612V-dia
2618V-dia
N/A
0301
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
0341
0343
0342
0617
0340ASC
0727
0340
0977
0341
0343
0342
0617
0340ASC
0727
0340
0977
0397
0482
0485
0489
0481
0482
0485
0489
0481
0482
0485
0489
1190-1
1191-3
1191-5
1191-7
1191-1
1191-3
1191-5
1191-7
1191-1
1191-3
1191-5
1191-7
0566
0680
0135
0587
0599
0559
0568
3080
0135
0724
0592
0559
0568
3080
0135
0724
0592
0559
0905
0906
0505
0905
0906
0505
0905
0906
0505
0756
0757
0758
0309-2
0756
0757
0758
0309-2
0756
0757
0758
0309-2
* Note: If using an optional silicon
carbide bushing the shaft must
be tungsten coated - Contact factory
AI = All Iron
AB = All Bronze
BF = Bronze Fitted
SS = Stainless Steel
W88 = Waukesha 88
Price® Pump Co. Model XT Vertical
BF
2601
2607
2613
0978
0245
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“X” SERIES - THREADED VERTICAL
ALL IRON OUTLINE DRAWING
Effective: May 23, 1995
-
Made for Price Pump Company Only
(O-XVXTAI Book/ Outline 94)
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“X” SERIES - FLANGED VERTICAL
STAINLESS STEEL OUTLINE DRAWING
Effective: May 23 , 1995
- Made for Price Pump Company Only
(O-XVFla3/book Outline 95)
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GENERAL TERMS OF SALE FOR PRODUCTS
1. GENERAL
A. Seller's price is based on these sales terms and (i) this
document together with any additional writings signed by
Seller shall represent the final, complete and exclusive
statement of the agreement between the parties and may
not be modified, supplemented, explained or waived by
parol evidence, Buyer's purchase order, a course of
dealing, Seller's performance or delivery, or in any other
way except in writing signed by an authorized
representative of Seller, and (ii) these terms are intended
to cover all activity of Seller and Buyer hereunder,
including sales and use of products, parts and work and
all related matters (references to products include parts
and references to work include construction, installation
and start-up). Any reference by Seller to Buyer's
specifications and similar requirements are only to
describe the products and work covered hereby and no
warranties or other terms therein shall have any force of
effect. Catalogs, circulars and similar pamphlets of the
Seller are issued for general information purposes only
and shall not be deemed to modify the provisions hereof.
B. The agreement formed hereby and the language
herein shall be construed and enforced under the Uniform
Commercial Code as in effect in the State of California
on the date hereof.
2. TAXES
Any sales, use or other similar type taxes imposed on this
sale or on this transaction are not included in the price.
Such taxes shall be billed separately to the Buyer. Seller
will accept a valid exemption certificate from the Buyer if
applicable; however, if an exemption certificate
previously accepted is not recognized by the
governmental taxing authority involved and the Seller is
required to pay the tax covered by such exemption
certificate. Buyer agrees to promptly reimburse Seller
for the taxes paid.
3. PERFORMANCE, INSPECTION AND
ACCEPTANCE
A. Unless Seller specifically assumes installation,
construction or start-up responsibility, all products shall
be finally inspected and accepted within thirty (30) days
after arrival at point of delivery. Products not covered by
the foregoing and all work shall be finally inspected and
accepted with thirty (30) days after completion of the
applicable work by Seller. All claims whatsoever by
Buyer (including claims for shortages) excepting only
those provided for under the WARRANTY AND
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY and PATENTS Clauses
hereof must be asserted in writing by Buyer within said
thirty (30) day period or they are waived. If this contract
involves partial performance, all such claims must be
asserted within said thirty (30) day period for each partial
performance. There shall be no revocation of
acceptance. Rejection may be only for defects
substantially impairing the value of products or work and
Buyer's remedy for lesser defects shall be those provided
for under the WARRANTY AND LIMITATION OF
LIABILITY Clause.
B. Seller shall not be responsible for non-performance or
for delays in performance occasioned by any causes
beyond Seller's reasonable control, including, but not
limited to, labor difficulties, delays of vendors or carriers,
fires, governmental actions, or shortages of material,
components, labor, or manufacturing facilities. Any
delays so occasioned shall affect a corresponding
extension of Seller's performance dates which are, in any
event, understood to be approximate. In no event shall
Buyer be entitled to incidental or consequential damages
for late performance or for a failure to perform. Seller
reserves the right to make partial shipments and to ship
products, parts or work which may be completed prior to
the scheduled performance date.
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C. In the event that Seller has agreed to mount motors,
turbines, gears, or other products which are not
manufactured by Seller and which are not an integral part
of Seller's manufactured product, and a delay in the
delivery of such products to Seller occurs that will cause
a delay in Seller's performance date, Seller reserves the
right to ship its product upon completion of manufacture
and to refund an equitable portion of the amount
originally included in the purchase price for mounting
without incurring liability for non-performance.
D. Seller reserves to itself the right to change its
specifications, drawings and standards if such changes
will not impair the performance of its products, and parts,
and further that such products, and parts, will meet any of
Buyer's specifications and other specific product
requirements which are a part of this agreement.
E. The manufacture and inspection of products and parts
shall be to Seller's Engineering and Quality Assurance
standards plus such other inspections, tests of
documentation as are specifically agreed to by Seller.
Requirements for any additional inspection, tests,
documentation, or Buyer witness of manufacture, test,
and/or inspection shall be subject to additional charges.
4. TITLE AND RISK OF LOSS
Title and risk of loss shall pass to buyer upon delivery of
products at the designated Ex Works place (Incoterms
1990) unless other wise agreed by the parties.
5. EROSION AND CORROSION
It is specifically understood that products and parts sold
hereunder are not warranted for operation with erosive or
corrosive fluids. No product or part shall be deemed to
be defective by reason of failure to resist erosive or
corrosive action of any fluid and Buyer shall have no
claim whatsoever against Seller therefore.
6. WARRANTY AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY.
A. Seller warrants only that its product and parts, when
shipped, and its work (including installation, construction
and start-up), when performed will meet all applicable
specifications and other specific product and work
requirements (including those of performance), if any, of
this agreement, and will be free from defects in materials
and workmanship. With respect to products, parts and
work not manufactured or performed by Seller, Seller's
only obligation shall be to assign to Buyer, to the extent
possible, whatever warranty Seller requires from the
manufacturer. All claims for defective products or parts
under this warranty must be made in writing immediately
upon discovery and, in any event, within one (1) year
after initial start-up or eighteen (18) months after
shipment, whichever first occurs, and all claims for
defective work must be made in writing immediately
upon discovery and in any event, within one (1) year of
completion thereof by Seller. Defective items must be
held for Seller's inspection and returned to the original
f.o.b. point upon request. THE FOREGOING IS
EXPRESSLY IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER
WARRANTIES WHATSOEVER, EXPRESS, IMPLIED
AND STATUTORY, INCLUDING WITHOUT
LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED, WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS.
Effective: January 1, 1993
C. THE FOREGOING IS SELLER'S ONLY
OBLIGATION AND BUYER'S EXCLUSIVE
REMEDY FOR BREACH OF WARRANTY AND,
EXCEPT FOR GROSS NEGLIGENCE, WILLFUL
MISCONDUCT, AND REMEDIES PERMITTED
UNDER THE PERFORMANCE, INSPECTION AND
ACCEPTANCE AND THE PATENTS CLAUSES
HEREOF, THE FOREGOING IS BUYER EXCLUSIVE
REMEDY AGAINST SELLER FOR ALL CLAIMS
ARISING HEREUNDER OR RELATING HERETO
WHETHER SUCH CLAIMS ARE BASED ON
BREACH OF CONTRACT. TORT (INCLUDING
NEGLIGENCE) OR OTHER THEORIES. BUYER'S
FAILURE TO SUBMIT A CLAIM AS PROVIDED
ABOVE SHALL SPECIFICALLY WAIVE ALL
CLAIMS FOR DAMAGES OR OTHER RELIEF,
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO CLAIMS
BASED ON LATENT DEFECTS. IN NO EVENT
SHALL BUYER BE ENTITLED TO INDIRECT,
SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES, NOR FOR DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF
USE, LOST PROFITS OR REVENUE, INTEREST,
LOST GOODWILL, WORK OR PRODUCTION
STOPPAGE, IMPAIRMENT OF OTHER GOODS,
INCREASED EXPENSES OF OPERATION, OR THE
COST OF PURCHASING REPLACEMENT POWER
OR OTHER SERVICES BECAUSE OF SERVICE
INTERRUPTIONS. FURTHERMORE, IN NO EVENT
SHALL SELLER'S TOTAL LIABILITY FOR
DAMAGES OF BUYER EXCEED THE PURCHASE
PRICE OF THE PRODUCTS OR PARTS
MANUFACTURED BY SELLER AND UPON WHICH
SUCH LIABILITY IS BASED. ANY ACTION
ARISING HERE-UNDER OR RELATED HERETO,
WHETHER BASED ON BREACH OF CONTRACT,
TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE) OR OTHER
THEORIES, MUST BE COMMENCED WITHIN ONE
(1) YEAR AFTER THE CAUSE OF ACTION
ACCRUES OR IT SHALL BE BARRED.
7. PATENTS
Seller agrees to assume the defense of any suit for
infringement of any Canadian patents brought against
Buyer to the extent of such suit charges infringement of
an apparatus or product claim by Seller's product in an of
itself, provided (i) said product is built entirely to Seller's
design, (ii) Buyer notifies Seller in writing of the filing of
such suit within ten (10) days after the service of process
thereof, and (iii) Seller is given complete control of the
defense of such suit, including the right to defend, settle
and make changes in the product for the purpose of
avoiding infringement of any process or method claims,
unless infringement of such claims is the result of
following specific instruction furnished by Seller.
8. EXTENT OF SUPPLY
Only products and listed in Seller's proposal are included
in this agreement. It must not be assumed that Seller has
included anything beyond same.
9. MANUFACTURING SOURCES
To maintain delivery schedules, Seller reserves the right
to have all or any part of the Buyer's order manufactured
at any of Seller's or its licensee's plants on a world-wide
basis.
B. Upon Buyer's submission of a claim as provided
above and its substantiation, Seller shall at its option
either (i) repair or replace its product, part or work at the
original place of delivery, or (ii) refund an equitable
portion of the purchase price.
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