Installation and Operating - XFP/AFLX/VUPX PE4-PE6

Installation and Operating - XFP/AFLX/VUPX PE4-PE6
1 597 2500 GB 11.2015
2500-0001
Submersible Sewage Pump Type ABS XFP-PE4 to PE6
Submersible Mixed Flow Column Pump Type ABS AFLX-PE4 to PE6
Submersible Propeller Pump Type ABS VUPX-PE4 to PE6
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Installation and Operating Instructions
translation of original instruction
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Installation and Operating Instructions
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Installation and Operating Instructions
For submersible sewage pumps
XFP CB - Hydraulics
XFP 105J
XFP 150M
XFP 200J
XFP 250J
XFP 300J
XFP 155J
XFP 201J
XFP 255J
XFP 305J
XFP 356M
XFP 405M
XFP 205JXFP 305M
XFP 206JXFP 306M
XFP CH; SK - Hydraulics
XFP 100J
XFP 150J
XFP 200J
XFP 250M
XFP 200M
XFP 300J
XFP 350M
XFP 400M
XFP 500U
XFP 600V
XFP 300M
XFP 351M
XFP 400R
XFP 501U
XFP 600X
XFP 301M
AFLX-Hydraulics
AFLX 0601
AFLX 0701
AFLX 0801
AFLX 0802
AFLX 1202
AFLX 0803
AFLX 1203
AFLX 1207
VUPX-Hydraulics
VUPX 0501
VUPX 0601
VUPX 0801
VUPX 1001
VUPX 1201
VUPX 0402
VUPX 0502
VUPX 0602
VUPX 0802
VUPX 1002
VUPX 1202
VUPX 0403
VUPX 0503
Sulzer reserves the right to alter specifications due to technical developments !
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Table of contents
1General.................................................................................................................................................. 35
1.1
Correct usage of the products ............................................................................................................... 35
1.2
Application areas for the series XFP...................................................................................................... 36
1.3
Application areas for the series AFLX.................................................................................................... 36
1.4
Application areas for the series VUPX................................................................................................... 37
1.5
Technical data........................................................................................................................................ 37
1.6Nameplate.............................................................................................................................................. 38
2Safety.................................................................................................................................................... 38
3
Transport and storage......................................................................................................................... 39
3.1
Transport securing devices.................................................................................................................... 39
3.2
Storage of the units................................................................................................................................ 39
4
Monitoring system............................................................................................................................... 40
4.1
Motor monitoring system........................................................................................................................ 40
4.2 DI-Electrode........................................................................................................................................... 40
4.3
Temperature monitoring of the stator..................................................................................................... 40
4.4
Temperature monitoring of the bearings (Option).................................................................................. 40
4.5
Temperature densor indication............................................................................................................... 40
4.5.1
Temperature sensor bimetall.................................................................................................................. 41
4.5.2
Temperature sensor PTC....................................................................................................................... 41
4.5.3
Temperature sensor PT 100................................................................................................................... 41
4.6
Operation with frequency inverters........................................................................................................ 42
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Installation............................................................................................................................................ 42
5.1
Installation of the XFP submersible sewage pumps.............................................................................. 42
5.1.1
Installation options for the XFP submersible sewage pumps................................................................. 42
5.1.2
HD- pedestal fitting of O-ring and guide piece....................................................................................... 44
5.1.3
Tightening torque................................................................................................................................... 44
5.1.4
Fitting position of the Nord-Lock® securing washers.............................................................................. 44
5.2
Installation of the AFLX and VUPX submersible pumps........................................................................ 45
5.2.1
Installations examples with AFLX and VUPX submersible pumps......................................................... 45
5.3
Electrical connection.............................................................................................................................. 47
5.3.1
Lead designations ................................................................................................................................. 48
5.4
Checking direction of rotation................................................................................................................. 48
5.5
Connection of the control circuit leads................................................................................................... 48
5.6
Connection of the seal monitoring unit to the control panel................................................................... 49
6Commissioning.................................................................................................................................... 49
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7Maintenance......................................................................................................................................... 50
7.1
Coolant filling.......................................................................................................................................... 51
7.1.1
Coolant filling / Oil filling XFP................................................................................................................. 51
7.1.2
Coolant filling / Oil filling VUPX / AFLX.................................................................................................. 52
7.1.3
Reference values for antifreeze behaviour............................................................................................ 54
7.1.4
Coolant filling quantities......................................................................................................................... 54
7.2
Removal of the submersible sewage pump .......................................................................................... 56
7.2.1
Removal of the XFP submersible sewage pump from a wet sump........................................................ 56
7.2.2
Removal of the XFP submersible sewage pump when dry installed..................................................... 57
7.2.3
Removal of the AFLX and VUPX submersible pump ............................................................................ 57
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1General
These Installation and Operating Instructions and the separate booklet Safety Hints contain basic instructions and safety hints which must be observed during transport, installation and commissioning. For this reason
it is essential that they are read by the installing technician as well as by relevant skilled operators or users.
They should also be always available where the unit is installed.
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Safety Instructions which might cause danger to life in case of non-observance have been specifically
highlighted with the general danger symbol.
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g
The presence of a dangerous voltage is identified with this safety symbol.
This symbol indicates the danger of an explosion occurring.
ATTENTION Appears at safety hints, the non-observance of which could damage the unit or affect
its functioning.
NOTE Used for important pieces of information.
1.1
Correct usage of the products
In the case of any faults arising, the Sulzer units should immediately be taken out of use and secured. The fault
should be immediately rectified or, if necessary, contact your Sulzer Pump Solutions Germany ( in the following called Sulzer ). service centre.
The submersible pumps with PE motor can be supplied both as standard versions and in explosion-proof
execution with (ATEX II 2Gk Ex d IIB T4) for 50 Hz or FM execution (NEC 500, Class I, Division 1, Group C&D,
T3C) for 60 Hz in isolation class H (140).
Temperatur limiter in the winding = 140 °C/284 °F (bimetallic or thermistor (PTC) as an option).
Special version Class H
A special version with temperature limiter in the winding = 160 °C/320 °F (bimetallic, temperature sensor (PTC)
as an option or PT100) is also available. This version is only available without explosion-proof or NEC 500 approval with isolation class H (160) components.
For both versions an EMV-execution is available as an option.
ATTENTION
Repair work on explosion-proof motors may only be carried out in authorized workshops by qualified personnel using original parts supplied by the manufacturer.
Otherwise the ex-approvals are no longer valid. All Ex-relevant components and
dimensions can be found in the modular workshop manual and the spare parts list.
ATTENTION
After repair work in not authorized workshops by not qualified personnel the ex-approvals are no longer valid. After such repair the unit must not be operated in hazardous areas. The ex-nameplate (see figure 2, 3) has to be removed.
ATTENTION
All regulations and guidelines, which may vary from country to country must be followed without exception.
Limitations: Fluid temperature maximum 40 °C (104 °F)
Immersion depth maximum 20 m (65 ft)
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For the operation of units as explosion-proof execution the following applies:
In hazardous areas care must be taken that during switching on and operation of the pumps the pump section
is filled with water (dry installation) or alternatively is submerged or under water (wet installation with cooling
jacket. Other types of operation e.g. snore operation or dry running are not allowed!
For the operation of explosion-proof submersible pumps in wet-well installation without cooling jacket
applies:
It must be ensured that the motor of the ex-submersible pump is always fully submerged during start-up and
operation!
For the operation of explosion-proof submersible pumps applies:
The temperature monitoring of the explosion-proof submersible pumps has to be carried out by bimetallic
temperature limiters or thermistors according to DIN 44 081-150 connected to a suitable release device which
is certified in accordance with EC directive 94/9/EC.
For the operation of explosion-proof submersible pumps with frequency inverter in hazardous areas
(ATEX Zone 1 and 2) applies:
Motors must have direct thermal protection devices fitted. These consist of temperature sensors (PTC DIN
44081 -150) embedded in the windings. These must be connected to a suitable release device which is certified
in accordance with EC directive 94/9/EC.
Machines designated as Ex machines may never, without exception, be operated using a mains frequency that
is greater than the maximum of 50 or 60 Hz as indicated on the nameplate.
Operation with frequency inverters
See chapter 4.6
1.2
Application areas for the series XFP
The submersible sewage pumps type ABS XFP series have been designed for the economical and reliable
pumping of commercial, industrial and municipal sewage and can be installed dry or wet.
They are suitable for pumping of the following liquids:
•Clear and wastewater, for sewage containing solids and fibrous material
•Faecal matter
•Sludge
•Fresh and process water pumping
•Raw water for drinking water supply
•Surface and rain water
•Sewage
1.3
Application areas for the series AFLX
The mixed flow column pump type ABS AFLX series have been developed for environmental protection, water
supply, municipal sewage treatment and dewatering of polders.
They are suitable for the following liquids:
•Raw water with solid or fibrous material.
•Sewage
•Surface water, rain water, drainage water
•Sludge
The AFLX pumps are installed in a concrete sump or in a steel pressure pipe using a suitable coupling ring
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1.4
Application areas for the series VUPX
The submersible propeller pumps type ABS VUPX series are designed for those applications where large water volumes must be pumped at low heads (up to 10 m/33 ft).
They are suitable for the following liquids
•Fresh and process water pumping
•Raw water for drinking water supply
•Surface and rain water
The VUPX pumps are installed in a concrete sump or in a steel pressure pipe using a suitable coupling ring.
1.5
Technical data
Please take the technical data and the weight from the nameplate. Please take the dimensions of the units from
the resp. dimension drawing.
The maximum noise level of the units of this series is ≤ 70 dB(A).
HINT
The resp. dimension drawings can be found in downloads „dimension drawing“ by
the following link: www.sulzer.com.
The maximum noise level of the units of this series is ≤ 70 dB(A).
Cable type
Weight
kg/m
Kabelart
Weight kg/m
Weight kg/m
TECWATER
S1BN8-F
OZOFLEX (PLUS)
H07RN8-F
Weight
kg/m
Weight
lb/1000ft
0,4
4G6
0,4
0,5
AWG 8-3
0,9
597
0,7
4 G 10
0,5
0,8
AWG 6-3
1,2
764
3x16/16KON
1
4 G 16
1
1,25
AWG 4-3
1,6
1070
4 G 25
1,5
1,8
AWG 2-3
2,3
1533
3x6/6KON +3x1,5ST
0,6
4 G 35
1,9
2,3
AWG 1-3
2,8
1865
4 G 50
2,6
3,0
AWG 1/0-3
3,5
2315
3x25 +3G16/3
1,5
4 G 70
3,7
4,2
AWG 2/0-3
4,1
2750
1,9
2,6
3x70 +3G35/3
3,6
3x95 +3G50/3
4,7
3x120 + 3G70/3
6
3x150 + 3G70/3
7,1
3x185 +3G95/3
8,8
3x240 +3G120/3
11
3x300 +3G150/3
13,5
1x185
2,2
1x240
2,7
1x300
3,4
4 G 95
4,7
5,5
AWG 3/0-3
5
3330
4 G 120
5,9
6,7
AWG 4/0-3
6,1
4095
4 G 1,5
0,2
0,17
AWG 1/0
0,7
480
558
8 G 1,5
0,3
0,45
AWG 2/0
0,8
10 G 1,5
0,4
0,47
AWG 3/0
1,1
742
12 G 1,5
0,5
0,48
AWG 4/0
1,3
872
1x150
1,6
1,8
262 MCM
1,6
1068
1x185
2
2,2
1x300
3,2
3,4
1x400
4,1
DLO
3x35 +3G16/3
3x50 +3G25/3
G-GC
3x6/6KON
SOOW
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Cable type
3x10/10KON
TECWATER S1BN8-F / OZOFLEX (PLUS) H07RN8-F
TECWATER EMV-FC S1BC4N8-F
The weights in the dimension sheets refer to a cable length of 10 m. In the case of cable lengths exceeding
10 m, the additional weight must be determined using the following table and added.
313 MCM
1,9
1258
373 MCM
2,2
1462
444 MCM
2,6
1726
535 MCM
3,1
2047
646 MCM
3,6
2416
AWG 16/4
0,3
144
AWG 16/8
0,4
222
AWG 16/10
0,5
278
AWG 16/12
0,5
305
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1.6Nameplate
2500-0001
We recommend that you record the data from the original nameplate Figure 1 so that you can refer to the data
at any time.
1
Type
2
PN
3
UN
7 V 3~
P 1N
11
TA max.
DN
5
SN
max.
P 2N
15 °C
18
Q
Weight
4
6
IN
8
9
n 13
12
A
10 Hz
Ø
14
17
Nema Code
16
Hmin.
H
20
Hmax . 21
19
IP68
22
Motor Eff. Cl . 23
24
Figure 1 Nameplate 42242501
Legend
Address
Type designation
Art. no.
Serial number
Order number
Year of manufacture [month/year]
Nominal voltage
Max. immersion depth [flexible unit]
Nominal current
Frequency
Power (consumption) [flexible unit]
Power (output) [flexible unit]
13
14 15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
Rotation speed [flexible unit]
Impeller/Propeller ø [flexible unit]
Max. ambient temperature [flexible unit]
Nema Code Letter (only at 60 Hz, e.g., H)
Min. pumping height [flexible unit]
Nominal width [flexible unit]
Pumping quantity [flexible unit]
Pumping height [flexible unit]
Max. pumping height [flexible height]
Weight (without attached parts) [flexible unit]
Motor efficiency class
Motor shaft direction of rotation
4224 0249
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Figure 2 Nameplate ATEX
Figure 3 Nameplate FM / CSA
2Safety
The general and specific health and safety hints are described in detail in the separate booklet Safety Hints. If
anything is not clear or you have any questions as to safety make certain to contact the manufacturer Sulzer.
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3
Transport and storage
Depending on model and mode of installation, the units are prepared at the factory for vertical or horizontal
transportation.
The units are equipped with a safety shackles (series for vertical setup) or swivel ring bolt (horizontal setup),
which allow fixing chains for transporting or for installing or removing. We recommend using chains from the
Sulzer list of accessories.
Figure 4 Transport in a horizontal manner XFP
ATTENTION
3.1
0838-0004
In the case of pumps set up vertically, sealing plugs are mounted for protecting
the thread holes instead of swivel ring bolt. These seals may only be replaced by a
swivel ring bolt for maintenance work but must be screwed on again before startup!
0838-0005
ATTENTION
Figure 5 Transport in a horizontal manner AFLX/VUPX
α max. ≤ 45°. The angle α between the centre line of the unit and the lifting tools
should not exceed 45°.
Transport securing devices
The motor connection cables are protected against the ingress of moisture along the cable by having the ends
sealed at the works with protective covers.
These protective covers should only be removed immediately prior to connecting the pumps electrically.
ATTENTION
These protective covers only provide protection against water spray or similar and
are not a water tight seal. The ends of the cables should not be immersed in water,
otherwise moisture could enter the connection chamber of the motor.
NOTE
If there is a possibility of water ingress then the cables should be secured so that the
ends are above the maximum possible flood level.
ATTENTION
Take care not to damage the cable or its insulation when doing this!
In order to avoid damage to the pump shaft or the bearings during horizontal transport, the shaft is clamped in
an axial direction when leaving the works.
ATTENTION 3.2
Storage of the units
ATTENTION
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The motor shaft transport lock must be removed before startup!
The Sulzer products must be protected from weather influences such as UV from
direct sunlight, high humidity, aggressive dust emissions, mechanical damage,
frost etc. The Sulzer original packaging with the relevant transport securing devices
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(where used) ensures optimum protection of the unit. If the units are exposed to
temperatures under 0 °C/32 °F check that there is no water in the hydraulics, cooling system, or other spaces. In the case of heavy frosts, the units and cable should
not be moved if possible. When storing under extreme conditions, e.g. in tropical or
desert conditions suitable additional protective steps should be taken. We would be
glad to advise you further
NOTE The Sulzer units normally require no maintenance during storage. During longer
storage times, (after approx. one year) the transport locks on the motor shaft (not all
versions) must be dismantled. Coolant is applied to the sealing surfaces by manually
turning the shaft several times (also for the purpose of cooling or lubricating so that
trouble-free function of the sliding ring seal is ensured. No maintenance is required
when storing the motor shaft.
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Monitoring system
4.1
Motor monitoring system
Motor equipment:
Motors
PE4/PE5
Monitoring
Seal monitor
Stator temperature
Bearing temperature
Upper/lower
PE6
non Ex / Ex non Ex / Ex
PE4/PE5
PE6
non FM / FM
non FM / FM
Separation chamber
●
●
●
●
Motor chamber
○
●
○
●
Connection chamber
○
○
○
●
Bimetallic
●
●
●
●
Thermistors (PTC)
○
○
○
○
PT 100
○
○
○
○
Bimetallic
○
●
○
●
Thermistors (PTC)
○
○
○
○
PT 100
○
○
○
○
● = Standard ○ = Option
4.2 DI-Electrode
The DI-electrodes carry out the seal monitoring function and signal the ingress of moisture into the motor by
means of a special electronic device. Connection see chapter 5.6
4.3
Temperature monitoring of the stator
Thermal limiters protect the stator from overheating in the case of asymmetric phase loading or voltage, continuous dry running or excessive temperatures in the medium itself. The stator is equipped with three bimetallic
thermal limiters (optional PTC, PT100) which are connected in series.
4.4
Temperature monitoring of the bearings (Option)
In the case of existing bearing monitoring, a bimetal temperature limiter is built into the bearing flanges of the
standard version. This enables premature switching off of the submersible motor (e.g., due to wear-related
increase in storage temperature).
Switching temperature: Upper bearing= 140 °C/284 °F
4.5
Lower bearing = 130 °C/269 °F
Temperature densor indication
A continuous indication of the temperature in the stator and the bearings is not possible using bimetallic thermal
limiters or thermistors. For this application it is necessary to fit thermal sensors of the type PT 100 with linear
characteristics into the stator and bearing blocks. This type of resistor has a linear characteristic, i.e. the resistance rise is proportional to the temperature rise.
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Temperature sensor bimetall
0562-0017
4.5.1
Resistance
ApplicationOption
Function
Temperature switch using the bimetallic principle, which opens at a rated
temperature
Switching
Taking care not to exceed the allowable switching current, these can be
fitted directly into the control circuit
Temperature
Figure 6 Curve showing principle of operation of bimetallic temperature limiter
Operating voltage ...AC
100 V to 500 V ~
Rated voltage AC
250 V
Rated current AC cos φ = 1,0
2.5 A
Rated current AC cos φ = 0,6
1.6 A
max. switching current at IN
5.0 A
ATTENTION
Temperature sensor PTC
0562-0018
4.5.2
The maximum switching ability of the thermal sensors is 5 A, the rated voltage 250 V.
Explosion-proof motors which are connected to static frequency inverters must be
fitted with thermistors. Activation must be by means of a thermistor protective relay
device with PTB-Approval number.
Resistance
ApplicationOption
Function
Temperature dependent resistance (no
switch) curve with stepwise behaviour
Switching
Cannot be installed direct into the
control circuit. Evaluation of the signal
must be carried out by suitable electronic equipment
Temperature
Figure 7 Curve showing principle of operation of thermistor
Temperature sensor PT 100
0562-0019
4.5.3
Resistance
Temperature
Application Option (not for Ex)
Function
Function temperature dependent
resistance (no switch). The linear curve
allows continuous measurement and
indication of the temperature
Switching
Cannot be installed direct into the
control circuit. Evaluation of the signal
must be carried out by suitable electronic equipment
Figure 8 Curve showing principle of operation of PT 100
ATTENTION
Thermistors or PT 100 devices must never be directly connected into the control or
power system. They must always be connected to a suitable evaluation device.
The thermal monitoring circuit must be wired into the motor contactors in such a manner that a manual reset is
required.
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4.6
Operation with frequency inverters
The stator design and the insulation grade of the motors from Sulzer means that they suitable for usage with
fre-quency inverters. It is however essential that the following conditions are met when the motors are used with
frequency inverters:
•The guidelines for EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) are complied with.
•Explosion-proof motors must be equipped with thermistors (PTC temperature sensors) if operated in hazardous areas (ATEX Zone 1 and 2).
•Machines designated as Ex machines may never, without exception, be operated using a mains frequency
that is greater than the maximum of 50 or 60 Hz as indicated on the type plate.
•Machines that are not designated as Ex machines may only be operated using the mains frequency indicated
on the type plate. Greater frequencies can be used but only after consulting with and receiving permission
from the Sulzer manufacturing plant.
•For operation of ex-motors on frequency inverters special requirements in relation to the tripping times of the
thermo control elements, must be observed.
•The lowest frequency must be set so that the minimum fluid velocity of 1 m/s is present in the volute.
•The maximum frequency must be set so the rated power of the motor is not exceeded.
0562-0012
Modern frequency inverters are using higher wave frequencies and a steeper rise on the flanks of the voltage
wave. This means that motors losses and motor noise is reduced. Unfortunately these inverter output signals
cause higher voltage spikes in the stator. Experience has shown that, depending on rated voltage and the
length of the cable between the inverter and the motor, these voltage spikes can adversely affect the life of the
motor. In order to avoid this, inverters of this type must equipped with sinus filters when used in the critical zone
(see fig 9). The sinus filter chosen must be suitable for the inverter with regard to rated voltage, inverter wave
frequency, rated current of the inverter and maximum inverter output frequency.
UN[V]
660
critical area
600
460
400
380
non critical area
230
10
50
100
150 L[m]
L = total length (from frequency inverter to motor)
Figure 9 Critical / non critical area
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Installation
5.1
Installation of the XFP submersible sewage pumps
5.1.1
Installation options for the XFP submersible sewage pumps
There are three main installation options for the submersible pumps.
1. Wet installation vertical with ABS automatic coupling system
2. Dry installation with ground support ring (with closed cooling system)
3. Dry installation horizontal (with closed cooling system)
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Wet installation:
The dimensional sheets and foundation plans for each type of installation are supplied either with the planning documents or your order confirmation.
4
2 3
5
6
1
7
10
9
8
0562-0020
NOTE
13
11
14
12
15
18
17
16
16
Figure 10 Wet installation vertical with ABS automatic coupling system
Legend
1Venting
10Guide tube
2 Valve chamber 11 Discharge line
3 Shut-off valve
12 Inflow chamber with impact wall
4 Outflow line
13 Inflow line
5 Non-return valve 14 Sulzer submersible sewage pump
6 Fitting for valve removal 15 Automatic level control
7 Cable duct 16 Concrete benching
8 Bracket for float switches
17 Pedestal
9Collection sump
18Bracket
ATTENTION
The power cables should be handled carefully during installation and removal of
the pumps in order to avoid damage to the insulation. When raising the submersible
pump out of the concrete sump or the steel discharge pipe with the hoist ensure that
the connection cables are lifted out simultaneously as the pump itself is being raised.
•Fit a hoist to the submersible sewage pump.
•The Sulzer submersible sewage pump is suspended on the guide tube by means of the pedestal bracket on
the pressure connection and carefully lowered vertically, or at a slight inclination (max. 3°). It couples automatically at the pedestal and seals the pressure connection at the pedestal leak-tight by means of its own weight
and a seal.
Dry sump installation:
•Fit a hoist to the submersible pump.
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•With the aid of the hoist place the submersible pump carefully into the prepared mounting frame and fasten.
•Mount suction and pressure nozzles on the pump housing.
•If required, fit the vent line to the volute.
•Open the gate valves on the suction and discharge side.
5.1.2
HD- pedestal fitting of O-ring and guide piece
m
Care, ensure that adhesive does not come into contact with skin or eyes! Wear goggle and gloves!
The groove of the guide piece and O-ring must be clean and free of grease. The instant adhesive LOCTITE
type 454 (supplied with the unit) is spread evenly on the base of the groove in the bracket (11/1) and the O-ring
inserted immediately.
NOTE
The hardening time of the adhesive is only about 10 seconds!
0562-0027
The guide piece (11/3) must be screwed on as shown in the drawing! Fasten the guide piece (11/3) with the two
M12 screws (11/2). Tighten the screws with a torque of 56 Nm.
Legend
1
1
2
3
4
5
2
3
4
Bracket (is fitted to the pump)
Screws (2 off)
Guide piece
O-ring
Pedestal
LOCTITE 454
5
Figure 11 HD-Pedestal DN 100 - 800
5.1.3
Tightening torque
Tightening torque for ABS stainless steel screws A4-70:
Thread
Tightening torque
M10
M12
M16
M20
M24
M27
M30
17 Nm
33 Nm
56 Nm
136 Nm
267 Nm
460 Nm
500 Nm
600 Nm
Fitting position of the Nord-Lock® securing washers
0562-0009
5.1.4
M8
Outer side of the 2 securing washers
Inner side of the 2 securing washers
Figure 12 Correct fitting position of the Nord-Lock ® securing washers
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5.2
Installation of the AFLX and VUPX submersible pumps
A rake must be attached to the inlet of the AFLX submersible mixed flow column pump. The maximum bar
spacing depends on the type of hydraulics fitted to the pump and can be obtained from the table below.
Type of hydraulics
Clean water
Runoff water, river water, used water, rain water,
pre-screened liquid, recirculation
Bar spacing in mm
Bar spacing in mm
AFLX 0600/0700
≤ 40
≤ 20
AFLX 0800
≤ 60
≤ 30
AFLX 1200
≤ 100
≤ 50
If larger bar spacings are required, please contact Sulzer
A rake must be attached to the inlet of the VUPX submersible propeller pump. The maximum bar spacing
depends on the type of hydraulics fitted to the pump and can be obtained from the table below.
Type of hydraulics
Clean water
Runoff water, river water,
used water, rain water
pre-screened liquid,
recirculation
Bar spacing in mm
Bar spacing in mm
Bar spacing in mm
VUPX 0400
≤ 30
≤ 25
≤6
VUPX 0500
≤ 40
VUPX 0600
≤ 50
VUPX 0800
≤ 60
VUPX 1000
≤ 80
VUPX 1200
≤ 80
If larger bar spacings are required, please contact Sulzer
ATTENTION
7
1
8
7
8
1
0562-0029
Installations examples with AFLX and VUPX submersible pumps
0562-0028
5.2.1
When setting the switching off level the minimum cover as given in the installation
documents must be adhered to.
3
2
4
6
4
6
5
5
Figure 13a AFLX/VUPX in a steel discharge pipe
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Figure 13b AFLX/VUPX in a concrete sump
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Legend
1
2
3
4
Tank cover
Discharge pipe (riser pipe)
Concrete sump
AFLX/VUPX submersible pump
ATTENTION
5
6
7
8
Coupling ring
Minimum water level (see installation drawings)
Connection cable
Cable support (for fixing the power cable)
The power cables should be handled carefully during installation and removal of the
pumps in order to avoid damage to the insulation.
•Fit a hoist to the submersible pump.
The coupling ring required for installation of the AFLX/VUPX submersible pump must already be installed as
shown in Figure 12 and 13. Before installation of the pump a suitable support (hook) for the chain, as well as an
opening and suspension (cable sock) for the cable must be provided in the sump or riser pipe.
Before or during the installation the motor connection cables should be fitted on site with suitable strain relief
(e.g. cable socks). Particular care should be taken that the cable insulation is not crushed or damaged by the
weight of the hanging cable especially in the area of the cable inlet.
ATTENTION
When raising the submersible pump out of the concrete sump or the steel discharge
pipe with the hoist ensure that the connection cables are lifted out simultaneously as
the pump itself is being raised.
Lowering of the AFLX and VUPX submersible pump into the coupling ring
ATTENTION
Before lowering the pump a direction of rotation check should be carried out.
Figure 14 adjustment Bellmouth AFLX
ATTENTION
2500-0010
2500-0009
•Draw the cable hose over the end of the connection cable.
Figure 15 adjustment Bellmouth VUPX
The steel riser pipe, or concrete sump must be cleaned thoroughly (builder‘s rubble,
etc.). To optimise the inflow and to reduce the noise level it is important that one pair
of fins of the suction pipe are in line with the main flow direction of the inflow chamber. This must be observed when fitting the pump into a sump or into a steel discharge pipe.
•Use lifting equipment to slowly lower the submersible mixed flow column/propeller pump into the shaft up to
the coupling ring; feed in the motor connecting cable at the same time. The submersible mixed flow column/
propeller pump centres itself automatically and leakage free in the coupling ring.
•Attach the lifting chain to the hook provided so that it cannot strike either the pump cable or the sump wall.
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•Tension the pump cable and fasten to the hook provided with the aid of the cable sock. Where a steel pressure pipe is used the connection cable should be brought through the connection cable inlet and sealed off in a
watertight manner.
c
The connection cable should only be tightened sufficiently so that no tension acts at the cable inlet in
the head of the pump. The connection cable should not strike the chain or the sump wall.
•If necessary, the steel riser pipe is sealed off in a watertight manner.
Cable 1
PE
0838-0007
Electrical connection
0838-0006
5.3
Cable 1
U1
U2
U1
V2
V1
W2
M3 ~
PE
V1
GC
W1
Cable 3
W1
PE
PE
10
W2
U1
V2
V1
W2
11
U2
U2
M3 ~
22
V2
W1
PE = G
GC = ground check
Cable 2
U1
10
V1
11
W1
22
Cable 2
Figure 17 60 Hz version: One power cable and one control cable
Cable 3
Cable 1
Ex-Di Ölraum/ Oil chamber
PE
U1
V2
V1
M3
Betriebsanleitung und Sicherheitshinweise
beachten!
Observe installation and operating
instructions and safety instructions!
PE
W1
10 (F0)
W1
Abschalten / Switch off
W2
Motorüberwachung / Motor monitoring
V1
PE
W2
11
(F1)
12
13
U2
Wicklung/
Winding
Lager oben/
Upper bearing
Lager unter/
Lower bearing
40
41
PTC
42
43
44
45
20
Di Anschlussraum/ Connection chamber
21
Di Motorraum/ Motor chamber
30
31
PT100
34
10K -
22/ 1
10K -
22/ 2
Bei Überwachung je Phase
For monitoring each phase
( 30/ 1 - 30/ 2 - 30/ 3 )
( 31/ 1 - 31/ 2 - 31/ 3 )
~3
35
36
~3
37
Vibration Sensor
50 (+ )
51 (- )
22 Di Öl-/ Überwachungsraum
(DI) Oil-/ Separation chamber
V2
Temperaturmessung/
Temp. measurement
U1
Abschalten/ Switch off
U2
2500-0002
Figure 16 Two power cables and one control cable
Cable 2
Cable 2
Cable 1
Ex-D i Öl raum/ Oilchamber
Motorüberwachung / Motor monitoring
PE
GC
Betriebsanleitung und Sicherheitshinweise
beachten!
Observe installation and operating
instructions and safety instructions!
PE
U1
V2
V1
W2
W1
M3~
V1
W1
11
(F1)
12
13
Wicklung/
Wind ing
Lager oben/
Upper bearing
Lager unten/
Lower bearing
Abschalten/ Switch off
U2
U1
Abschalten / Switch off
10 (F0)
40
41
PTC
42
43
44
45
20
Di Anschlussraum/ Connection chamber
21
Di Motorraum/ Motor chamber
22 Di Öl -/ Überwachungsraum
(D I) O il-/ Separation chamber
Temperaturmessung/
Temp. measurement
PE=G (Schutzleiter)
GC= ground check
(Prüfleiter für PE)
30
31
PT100
34
35
36
37
10K -
22/ 1
10K -
22/ 2
2500-0008
Figure 18 Special versions: two power cables and one control cable - for optional motor monitoring features
Bei Überwachung je Phase
For monitoring each phase
( 30/ 1 - 30/2 - 30/3 )
( 31/ 1 - 31/2 - 31/3 )
~3
~3
Vibration Sensor
50 (+ )
51 (- )
Figure 19 60 Hz version: one power cable and one control cable - for optional motor monitoring features
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ATTENTION
The cable leads are routed out of the motor. No switching takes place in the motor! (Exception
US-version). Any switching required (use of bridges) must be carried out in the control panel.
NOTE Information on the type of starting can be obtained from the nameplate of the pump.
ATTENTION
The unit should only be operated with the overload relay and thermal sensors/limiters
connected.
Lead designations
Direct starting in star
L2
L3
Join
North America
1
2
3
4&5&6
Sulzer/Germany
U1
V1
W1
U2 & V2 & W2
Direct starting in delta
L1
L2
L3
-
North America
1; 6
2; 4
3; 5
-
Sulzer/Germany
U1; W2
V1; U2
W1; V2
-
3
4 U2
6
5
W2 V2
W1
V1
2
6 1
U1
W2
W1
3
5 V2
U2
4
V1 2
T O R R E A C TI
T R E A C TI O
N
RO
ATTENTION
The direction of rotation is correct
if the imeller/propeller rotates in a
clockwise manner when viewing
down from the top of the placed unit
0562-0035
Checking direction of rotation
ATTENTION
The start reaction is
anti clockwise
ON
AR
ST
5.4
1 U1
0562-0033
L1
0562-0034
5.3.1
Figure 20 Rotor rotation
NOTE
If a number of pumps are connected to a single control panel then each unit must be
individually checked.
ATTENTION
The mains supply to the control panel should have a clockwise rotation. If the leads
are connected in accordance with the circuit diagram and lead designations, the
direction of rotation will be correct.
Connection of the control circuit leads
Ex-Di Ölraum/ Oil chamber
Motorüberwachung / Motor monitoring
Ab schalten / Switch off
10 (F0)
11
(F1)
Wicklung /
Winding
12
Lager oben /
Upper bearing
13
Lager unten/
Lower bearing
40
41
PTC
42
43
44
45
20
Di Anschlussraum/ Connection chamber
21
Di Motorraum/ Motor chamber
22 Di Öl-/ Überwachungsraum
(DI) Oil-/ Separation chamber
Temperaturmessung /
Temp. measurement
PE
Ab schalten/ Switch off
Betriebsanleitung und Sicherheitshinweise
beachten !
Observe installation and operating
instructions and safety instructions !
30
31
PT100
34
35
36
37
10K -
22/ 1
10K -
22/ 2
Bei Überwachung je Phase
For monitoring each phase
( 30/1 - 30/2 - 30/3 )
( 31/1 - 31/2 - 31/3 )
~3
~3
2500-0003
5.5
Control circuit leads for submersible pumps
10 = Common lead
11 = Stator upper
12 = Bearing upper
13 = Bearing lower
20 = DI-connection chamber
21 = DI-Motor chamber
22 = DI-Oil chamber
Vibration Sensor
50 (+ )
51 (- )
= PE (green/yellow)
Figure 21 Designation of control circuit leads
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5.6
Connection of the seal monitoring unit to the control panel
The submersible pumps, depending on execution, are supplied as standard with one or more DI-probes for seal
monitoring. In order to integrate this seal monitoring function into the control panel of the pump it is necessary
to fit an Sulzer DI-module and connect this in accordance with the circuit diagrams below.
ATTENTION If the DI-seal monitoring is activated the unit must be immediately taken out of service. Please contact your Sulzer service centre.
Power Supply
Connect terminal 3
to ground or housing
of the pump.
CA 461
3
4
5 6
Output
Input
Leakage
Figure 22 Sulzer leakage relay CA 461
Electronic amplifier for 50/60 Hz
110 - 230 V AC (CSA) (Part No.: 1 690 7010)
18 - 36 V DC (CSA) (Part No.: 1 690 7011)
ATTENTION
Maximum relay contact loading:
2 Ampere
6Commissioning
Before commissioning the pump/pump station should be checked and a functional test carried out. Particular
attention should be paid to the following:
g
In explosive zones care must be taken that during switching on and operation of the pumps the pump
section is filled with water (dry running) or alternatively is submerged or under water (wet installation).
Ensure in this case that the minimum submergence given in the data sheet is observed, Other types
of operation e.g. snore operation or dry running are not allowed.
•Have the electrical connections been carried out in accordance with regulations?
•Have the thermal sensors been connected?
•Is the seal monitoring device (where fitted) correctly installed?
•Is the motor overload switch correctly set?
•Have the power and control circuit cables been correctly fitted?
•Was the sump cleaned out?
•Have the inflow and outflows of the pump station been cleaned and checked?
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•Is the direction of rotation of the pump correct - even if run via an emergency generator?
•Are the level controls functioning correctly?
•Are the required gates valves (where fitted) open?
XFP
•Do the non-return valves (where fitted) function easily?
•Have the hydraulics been vented in the case of dry installed pumps?
AFLX/VUPX
•Have the steel riser pipe, or concrete sump be cleaned thoroughly (builder’s rubble, etc.)?
7Maintenance
General maintenance hints
NOTE
The maintenance hints given here are not designed for “do-it-yourself” repairs as
special technical knowledge is required.
Sulzer submersible pumps are reliable quality products each being subjected to careful final inspection. Lubricated-for-life ball bearings together with monitoring devices ensure optimum pump reliability provided that the
pump has been connected and operated in accordance with the operating instructions.
Should, nevertheless, a malfunction occur, do not improvise but ask your Sulzer customer service department
for assistance.
This applies particularly if the pump is continually switched off by the current overload in the control panel, by
the thermal sensors/limiters of the thermo-control system or by the seal monitoring system (DI).
ATTENTION
The lifting tools like chains and shackles should be visually checked in regular intervals (approx. every 3-month) for wear and corrosion. These parts should be replaced
if required!
The Sulzer service organisation would be pleased to advise you on any applications you may have and to assist you
in solving your pumping problems.
NOTE
The Sulzer warranty conditions are only valid provided that any repair work has been
carried out in Sulzer approved workshops and where original ABS spare parts have
been used.
Maintenance hints if the submersible pump is out of use for a considerable period
NOTE
If the pumps have remained idle for more than 12 months then we recommend that
you ask Sulzer or an approved distributor for advice.
Before installation:
The covers giving moisture protection of the cables should be only removed immediately before actual installation of the pump. After the removal of the transport securing devices and before connecting up the pump electrically the motor shaft should be rotated a number of times by turning the impeller or propeller by hand.
After installation:
If, after installation of the submersible pump, it remains out of use for prolonged periods (for example in storm
water holding tanks) then we recommend that the pump be run for a maximum of 1 minute every 3 months in
order to check both its functioning and availability.
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7.1
Coolant filling
ATTENTION Coolant filling / Oil filling XFP
2500-0016
7.1.1
Only use products that are approved by the manufacturer!
4
5
2/3
2/3
2500-0017
Figure 23 Cooling liquid / Oil filling and emptying XFP PE4 - PE5 without cooling jacket
1
1
4
5
2
2
Figure 24 Cooling liquid / Oil filling and emptying XFP PE4 - PE5 with cooling jacket
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2500-0018
XFP-PE4-6 | AFLX-PE4-6 | VUPX-PE4-6
1
1
4
5
2
2
Figure 25 Cooling liquid / Oil filling and emptying XFP PE6 with cooling jacket
Legend (Figure 23 - 25) XFP
1
2
3
4
5
Cooling liquid filling (with cooling jacket)
Cooling liquid emptying
Cooling liquid filling (without cooling jacket) pump should be in horizontal position!
Inspection hole dry chamber
Inspection hole engine bay
Coolant filling / Oil filling VUPX / AFLX
2500-0021
7.1.2
2
4
5
2
3
Figure 26 Cooling liquid / Oil filling and emptying VUPX / AFLX PE4 - PE5
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2
3
4
2
3
5
Figure 27 Cooling liquid / Oil filling and emptying VUPX / AFLX PE6
Legend (Figure 26 / 27) VUPX / AFLX
2
3
4
5
Cooling liquid emptying (to exhaust)
Drill hole venting (Cooling liquid filling), pump should be in horizontal position!
Inspection hole dry chamber
Inspection hole engine bay
Initial filling ex works:
Fill or drain collant at position 1/2/3
Glycol Frostox WS (Partnr.: 11030083) (TYFOROP Chemie GmbH)
Alternative coolant released by Sulzer:
Propylenglykol Code 27
(Houghton Deutschland GmbH)
DOWCAL 20-G HEAT TRANSFER FLUID
(Dow Deutschland GmbH & Co. OHG)
DOWCAL brand of - The Dow Chemical Companyy
Data is only valid for coolant used ex works. (Additional product information and safety data sheet are available
on request).
Coolant filling quantities see chapter 7.1.4
m
When dealing with Frostox WS the general protective measures for chemicals must be observed. The
information and hints in the safety data sheets covering this must be observed!
Fill or drain the lubricant at position 4
ATTENTIONOnly starting with mechanical seal MG1
PE4
0,6 *
PE5
1,5 *
PE6
2,0 *
* Filling volumes in Litres.
HYDRAULIKÖL HLP-D (Art.nr.: 11030021)
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7.1.3
Reference values for antifreeze behaviour
Concentration (vol.%)
Antifreeze in C°
Frostox WS
Water
10
90
bis -3
20
80
bis -8
30
70
bis -13
40
60
bis -23
50
50
bis -35
60
40
bis -52
33*
67*
bis -16*
* default
7.1.4
Coolant filling quantities
XFP 105J, 155J, 200J, 201J,
206J, 250J, 255J, 300J,
305J
Motor PE4
XFP 100J, 150J, 200J,
300J, 350M
VUPX 0400, 0500, 0600,
AFLX 0600, 0700
CH-Hydraulik
Axial hydraulics
CB-hydraulics
50 Hz
60 Hz
A*
B*
A*
B*
PE 75/8
6,9
PE 90/6
6,9
PE 90/8
6,9
PE 110/6
6,9
PE 110/8
6,9
PE 150/6
6,9
PE 150/8
PE 170/8
19.9
8.5
23.3
11.9
6.9
PE 185/6
PE 210/6
19.9
8.5
23.3
11.9
6.9
PE 185/8
PE 210/8
21.2
8.5
24.6
11.9
6.9
PE 220/4
PE 250/4
19.9
8.5
23.3
11.9
6.9
PE 220/6
PE 250/6
19.9
8.5
23.3
11.9
6.9
PE 220/8
PE 250/8
21.2
8.5
24.6
11.9
6.9
PE 300/4
PE 350/4
19.9
8.5
23.3
11.9
6.9
PE 300/6
PE 350/6
21.2
8.5
24.6
11.9
6.9
PE 300/8
PE 350/8
21.2
8.5
24.6
11.9
6.9
PE 370/4
PE 430/4
21.2
8.5
24.6
11.9
6.9
PE 370/6
PE 430/6
21.2
8.5
24.6
11.9
6.9
PE 450/4
PE 520/4
21.2
8.5
24.6
11.9
* A = Version with cooling jacket * B = Version without cooling jacket. Filling volumes in Litres.
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XFP 100J, 105J,
150J, 155J, 200J,
201J, 205J, 250J,
255J, 300J, 305J
Motor PE5
XFP 150M, 200M,
250M, 300M, 301M,
305M, 306M, 351M,
356M, 400M, 405M
XFP
Special
version
XFP 501U
VUPX 0500
0600, AFLX
0700, 0800
VUPX
0800
50 Hz
60 Hz
A*
B*
A*
B*
A*
B*
A*
B*
PE 300/10
PE 350/10
-
-
-
-
-
-
59.5
30.5
7.7
-
PE 370/8
PE 430/8
-
-
48
24
46.5
22.5
54.5
30.5
7.7
-
PE 370/10
PE 430/10
-
-
-
-
-
-
54.5
30.5
7.7
-
PE 450/6
PE 520/6
42.5
18.5
48
24
46.5
22.5
-
-
7.7
-
PE 450/8
PE 520/8
-
-
53
24
51,5
22.5
59.5
30.5
7.7
-
PE 450/10
PE 520/10
-
-
-
-
-
-
54.5
30.5
7.7
9.4
PE 550/4
PE 630/4
42.5
18.5
48
24
46.5
22.5
-
-
-
-
PE 550/6
PE 630/6
47.5
18.5
53
24
51.5
22.5
-
-
7.7
-
PE 550/8
PE 630/8
-
-
53
24
51.5
22.5
59.5
30.5
7.7
-
PE 550/10
PE 630/10
-
-
-
-
-
-
59.5
30.5
7.7
9.4
PE 750/4
PE 860/4
42.5
18.5
48
24
46.5
22.5
-
-
-
-
PE 750/6
PE 860/6
47.5
18.5
53
24
51.5
22.5
-
-
7.7
-
PE 750/8
PE 860/8
-
-
53
24
51.5
22.5
59.5
30.5
7.7
9.4
PE 900/4
PE 1040/4
47.5
18.5
53
24
51.5
22.5
-
-
-
-
PE 900/6
PE 1040/6
47.5
18.5
53
24
51.5
22.5
-
-
7.7
-
PE 1100/4
PE 1250/4
47.5
18.5
53
24
51.5
22.5
-
-
-
-
* A = Version with cooling jacket * B = Version without cooling jacket. Filling volumes in Litres.
Motor PE6
50 Hz
60 Hz
PE 750/12
PE 860/12
PE 750/10
PE 860/10
PE 900/12
PE 1040/12
PE 900/10
PE 1040/10
PE 900/8
PE 1040/8
PE 1100/12
PE 1250/12
PE 1100/10
PE 1250/10
only version B
Radial hydraulics
XFP200M, 250M, 300M,
301M, 305J, 306M, 356M,
400M, 405M
XFP400R
XFP501U
XFP500
Axial hydraulics
XFP600V
XFP600X
144
155
144
155
120
9,6
8,1
153
9,6
9,6
140
120
VUPX 0800
VUPX 1000
AFLX 0800
AFLX 1200
9,6
8,1
120
114
VUPX 0500
VUPX 0600
9,6
164
9,6
155
9,6
PE 1100/8
PE 1250/8
114
120
8,1
9,6
PE 1100/6
PE 1250/6
114
120
8,1
9,6
PE 1320/12
PE 1500/12
PE 1320/10
PE 1500/10
PE 1320/8
PE 1500/8
PE 1320/6
PE 1320/4
PE 1600/10
PE 1600/8
153
9,6
155
114
120
PE 1500/6
114
120
PE 1500/4
114
135
140
PE 1700/10
153
164
PE 1850/10
153
164
9,6
8,1
9,6
8,1
9,6
PE 1700/8
135
150
155
9,6
PE 1850/8
135
150
155
9,6
PE 1600/6
PE 1850/6
130
PE 1600/4
PE 1850/4
114
PE 2000/10
PE 2000/10
GB 2500-J
164
135
8,1
9,6
9,6
153
164
9,6
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Installation and Operating Instructions
XFP-PE4-6 | AFLX-PE4-6 | VUPX-PE4-6
Motor PE6
50 Hz
Radial hydraulics
60 Hz
XFP200M, 250M, 300M,
301M, 305J, 306M, 356M,
400M, 405M
XFP400R
XFP501U
XFP500
PE 2250/10
PE 2000/8
PE 2000/6
Axial hydraulics
XFP600V
XFP600X
153
164
PE 2000/8
150
144
155
PE 2250/8
150
144
155
PE 2200/6
VUPX 0500
VUPX 0600
VUPX 0800
VUPX 1000
AFLX 0800
AFLX 1200
9,6
138
143
160
8,1
9,6
143
160
8,1
9,6
PE 2250/6
138
PE 2000/4
PE 2200/4
130
PE 2250/4
130
PE 2250/6
PE 2500/6
PE 2500/8
PE 2800/8
PE 2500/4
PE 2800/4
130
PE 3000/4
PE 3350/4
138
PE 3500/4
PE 4000/4
138
143
160
153
164
9,6
Filling volumes in Litres.
Motor PE6
Hydraulik
Axial hydraulics with gear unit
Gear unit filling quantity
Filling quantity
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7
VUPX1000G
VUPX1200G
AFLX1200G
Filling volumes in Litres
Starting frequency of the motors
The allowable starting frequency per hour can be read from the table below (where not otherwise specified
from the works).
Motor power
maximum starts per hour
at interval in minutes
15 ≥ 160 kW
10
6
ATTENTION
7.2
The allowable starting frequency for any starting devices should be obtained from
manufacturer of these devices.
Removal of the submersible sewage pump
m
The safety hints in the previous sections must be observed!
c
Before removal of the unit the motor connection cables at the control panel should be completely disconnected by a qualified person from mains and care should be taken that it cannot be inadvertently
switched back on.
g
Before removal of units in hazardous areas the sump and surrounding area must be adequately vented to avoid the danger of a spark causing an explosion!
7.2.1
Removal of the XFP submersible sewage pump from a wet sump
•Fit a hoist to the pump.
•Raise the submersible pump out of the sump with the hoist. While doing this the connection cables should be
simultaneously drawn out of the sump as the pump itself is being raised.
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XFP-PE4-6 | AFLX-PE4-6 | VUPX-PE4-6
•Place the submersible sewage pump vertically onto a firm surface and secure against tipping.
7.2.2
Removal of the XFP submersible sewage pump when dry installed
•Close off the gate valves on the inlet and discharge sides.
•Empty the volute and, if necessary, the discharge line.
•If fitted, dismantle the venting line above the discharge.
•Install lifting gear on the submersible pump.
•Disconnect the suction inlet by opening the bolts on the bottom plate of the hydraulics (or at the pump housing).
•Dismantle the pressure hose by loosening the screws on the pressure flange of the pump housing.
•If necessary, remove the fastening bolts at the ground support ring and carefully lift off the pump with the
hoist.
•Place the pump on an even, firm, flat surface.
7.2.3
Removal of the AFLX and VUPX submersible pump
•If present, the discharge pipe cover should be removed and the water pressure-tight cable inlet opened.
•Raise the submersible pump out of the concrete sump or the steel discharge pipe with the hoist. While doing
this the connection cables should be drawn out as the pump itself is being raised.
•Place the submersible pump with propeller housing vertically on a solid surface, taking care that it cannot tip
over.
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I Sulzer Pump Solutions Germany GmbH I Scheiderhöher Straße 30-38, D-53797 Lohmar, Germany I
I Tel. +49 22 46 900 0 I Fax +49 22 46 900 200 I www.sulzer.com I
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