Diaphragm Vacuum Pumps and Compressors Operating and Installation Instructions

Diaphragm Vacuum Pumps and Compressors Operating and Installation Instructions
Operating and Installation Instructions
Diaphragm
Vacuum Pumps
and Compressors
Type range:
N 012 AT. 16 E N 024 AT. 16 E N 036 AT. 16 E N 036.0 AT. 16 E
N 012 ST. 11 E N 024 ST. 11 E N 036 ST. 11 E N 036.0 ST. 11 E
N 012 ST. 16 E N 024 ST. 16 E N 036 ST. 16 E N 036.0 ST. 16 E
N 012 ST. 26 E N 024 ST. 26 E N 036 ST. 26 E N 036.0 ST. 26 E
Fig. 1: N 012 ST.26 E
You have selected a high-quality KNF product; the following tips will help you operate it safely, and reliably over a long period of time. Carefully study the Operating and Installation Instructions before using the
pumps and observe at all times the relevant instructions to avoid dangerous situations. The manual was
produced for the serial pumps stated above. With customer-specified projects (pump types starting with
“PJ“ or “PM“) there could be differences in detail. For customer-specified projects please therefore take
into account any agreed technical specifications, as well as these instructions.
List of Contents
KNF Neuberger GmbH
Alter Weg 3
79112 Freiburg
D-Germany
Phone +49-(0)7664 / 5909-0
Fax
+49-(0)7664 / 5909-99
E-Mail: [email protected]
www.knf.de
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Description, Operating Conditions............................................ 2
Safety ....................................................................................... 4
Installation ................................................................................ 5
Operation .................................................................................. 8
Servicing ................................................................................. 13
Cleaning ................................................................................. 18
Trouble Shooting .................................................................... 18
Spare parts and accessories .................................................. 21
Tables ..................................................................................... 22
Accessory ............................................................................... 22
Decontamination Declaration ................................................. 23
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Description, Operating Conditions
Diaphragm Vacuum Pumps N 012, N 024, N 036
1.
Description, Operating Conditions
KNF pumps in the N 012, N 024, N 036 and N 036.0 range transfer, evacuate and compress 100% oil-free. In operation they are
gas-tight (leak rate: 6 x 10-3 mbar x l/sec), and maintenance-free.
Depending on the design, the pumps have the following characteristics:
.16 designs have temperature-resistant pump heads for
media with temperatures of up to 240 °C.
.11 designs have a heating inset which heats the pump
head to 240 °C (thermostatically regulated).
.26 designs have a heating inset and an electronic control
unit, so that the pump head can be heated to a selected
temperature (60-240 °C). The software provided can be
used to control the pump through a computer and operate
it using userpredefined cycles. The operating data are
saved on the PC and can be printed out as a graphic.
1.1. Electrical Equipment
See the type-plate for full electrical data of the motor.
The motors have IP54 protection class as standard, with IP20 for
the pump heads in the .11 and .26 models.
The motors used are fitted as standard with a thermal switch to
protect against overloading.
1.2. Operating Conditions
Handling air, gases, and vapours at temperatures between
+ 5 °C E + 240 °C.
For maximum permissible operating pressure, ultimate vacuum,
and flow capacity see section 9.
The pumps must not be used in areas where there is a danger of
explosion.
Before pumping a medium, the compatibility of materials of pump
head, diaphragm and valves with the medium must be checked (for
pump materials: see section 9).
These pumps must not be used for liquids. You will find suitable
liquid pumps in our Product Program.
If your potential application lies outside the above limits discuss it
with our technical adviser (see last page for contact telephone
number).
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Description, Operating Conditions
1.3. Ambient Conditions
When the pump is operating the following ambient conditions must
be maintained:
Ambient temperature during operation: between
+ 10 °C E + 40 °C.
The pump must not be used in areas where there is a
danger of explosion.
During operation an adequate supply of air for cooling
must be provided.
1.4. Pump materials
See section 9.
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2.
Safety
Note that the pumps may only be used for their intended purpose.
The pumps must not be used in areas where there is a danger of
explosion.
Components connected to the pump must be designed to withstand the pneumatic performance of the pump.
Take care that safety regulations are observed when connecting
the pump to the electricity supply.
When the operation of the pump is interrupted by the thermal
switch, the pump will re-start automatically after cooling down.
Take all care necessary to prevent this leading to a dangerous
situation.
Specific safety instructions for the media being handled must be
observed.
When using hot media, the pneumatic pump suction and pressure
lines heat up, as do the pump head and the head insulation. Do not
touch these parts; they could burn you.
Use only original KNF spare parts.
EC Directives / Standards
For the purposes of the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC, pumps
are “partly completed machinery,” and are therefore to be regarded
as not ready for use. Partly completed machinery may not be
commissioned until such time as it has been determined that the
machine in which the partly completed machinery is to be
assembled is in conformity with the provisions of the Machinery
Directive 2006/42/EC. The following essential requirements of
Annex I of Directive 2006/42/EC (general principles) are applied
and observed:
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−
General Principles No. 1
No. 1.1.2. / 1.1.3. / 1.3.1. / 1.3.3. / 1.3.4. / 1.4.1. / 1.5.1. /
1.5.2. / 1.5.8. / 1.5.9. / 1.7.4. / 1.7.4.1. / 1.7.4.3.
As these partly completed machinery are OEM-models the power
supplies and the equipment for disconnecting and switching-off the
partly completed machinery respectively have to be considered
when mounting as well as over-current and overload protective
gear.
In addition a protection against mechanical parts in motion and hot
parts, if existing, has to be provided when mounting.
The pumps conform to the Directive 2011/65/EU (RoHS2).
The pumps conform to the EC Directive 2004/108/EC concerning
Electromagnetic Compatibility.
The following harmonized standards have been used:
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DIN EN 61326-1
DIN EN 61000-3-2/3
DIN EN 60204-1
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3.
Installation
Installation
The pumps are built-in devices intended for installation in
equipment. When installing them make certain that accident
prevention regulations, and safety instructions, including
those for subsequent operation are observed. The safety
instructions in section 2 must be observed.
Mechanical
The dimensions of the mountings are given in Data Sheet.
Install the pump so that the fan can draw in sufficient cooling air.
Fit the pump at the highest point in the system, so that condensate
cannot collect in the head of the pump - that prolongs working life.
Electrical
Extreme danger from electrical shock
Only have the pump connected by an authorized
specialist.
DANGER
Only have the pump connected when the power
supply is disconnected.
Compare the supply data with the data on the motor-plate. The
voltage must not vary by more than +10% and -10% from that
shown on the type-plate.
In the electrical installation, arrangements (complying with EN
60335-1) must be made for disconnecting the pump motor from the
electrical supply.
The pump must be installed so that contact with live parts (e.g.
electrical connection) is impossible.
Fig. 2: Explanation of important
elements on the basis of example
N 012 ST.26 E
Specification
1 Head insolation
2 Fixing screws of head
insulation
3 Electronic housing (.-26design only) or terminal
cover (.-11-and .16designs)
We recommend that a fuse is installed in the supply circuit; the
operating current is given in Data Sheet.
Electrical connection
1. Take off the housing for the electronics or terminal cover (see
fig. 2); to do this, release the four screws.
2.
Draw the mains cables into the electronics housing or the
terminal cover through the free cable screw holes.
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3. Connect the mains cables to the connections L 1 and N of
the luster terminal (see figs. 3a, 3b or 4).
4. Connect the earth (ground) wire to the pump motor.
5. Place the electronics housing or the terminal cover back in
position and screw it tight; make sure the housing sealing is
properly sited.
Fig. 3a: Electrical connection
(.11-designs: with themostatically
regulated head heating) except
for N 036_T.11 E)
6. Only .26 versions (pumps with heated heads; electronically
controlled): Connect the serial interface cable to an available, active COM port on the PC (to operate the pump without
PC software, the interface cable can be detached on terminals X3/1-5 and removed; use the protective cap supplied to
cover the unused cable fitting).
Fig. 3b: Electronical connection of N 036.0 _T. 11 E
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Installation
Fig. 4: Electronical connection (.26-designs: with electronically-controlled
head heating)
Pneumatic
Remove the protection plugs from the port threads.
Connect the suction and pressure lines. For size of the port
threads see section 9. For flow direction see marking on the pump
head or data sheet.
Arrange the suction and pressure lines so that condensate cannot
run into the pump (falling tubes).
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Operation
Diaphragm Vacuum Pumps N 012, N 024, N 036
4.
Operation
Specific safety instructions for the media being handled must
be observed.
If combustible media are used:
Hazard of fires and explosions due to excessively
high media temperature
DANGER
Be aware that the pumps are not designed to be
explosion-proof.
Make sure the temperature of the medium is
always sufficiently below the ignition temperature
of the medium, to avoid ignition or explosion.
This also applies for unusual operational situations.
Note that the temperature of the medium increases when the pump compresses the medium.
Hence, make sure the temperature of the medium is sufficiently below the ignition temperature
of the medium, even when it is compressed to
the maximum permissible operating pressure of
the pump.
The maximum permissible operating pressure of
the pump is stated in the technical specifications
(section 9).
If necessary, consider any external sources of
energy, such as radiation, that may add heat to
the medium.
In case of doubt, consult the KNF customer
service.
Before pumping a medium, the compatibility of materials of pump
head, diaphragm and valves with the medium must be checked (for
pump materials: see section 9).
The pump must not start against pressure or vacuum. When it is
switched on the pressure in the suction and pressure lines must be
atmospheric. This must be so even when the pump restarts after
the power has been cut off for a short period.
The maximum permissible operating pressure (see section 9) must
not be exceeded.
To prevent the maximum permissible operating pressure being
exceeded, restriction or control of the air or gas flow should only be
carried out in the suction line.
If restriction or control of the air or gas flow is made on the pressure side ensure that the maximum permissible operating pressure
is not exceeded.
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Operation
Hazard of the pump head bursting due to excessive
pressure increase
WARNING
Do not exceed max. permissible operating
pressure (see chapter 9).
Monitor pressure during operation.
If the pressure exceeds the maximum permissible operating pressure, immediately switch off
pump and eliminate fault (see chapter 7).
Only throttle or regulate the air or gas quantity in
the suction line to prevent the maximum permissible operating pressure from being exceeded.
If the air or gas quantity in the pressure line is
throttled or regulated, make sure that the maximum permissible operating pressure is not exceeded.
Ensure that the pump outlet is not closed or
constricted.
When the pump is at a standstill the inlet and exhaust must be at
normal atmospheric pressure.
When the operation of the pump is interrupted by the thermal
switch, the pump will re-start automatically after cooling down.
Take all care necessary to prevent this leading to a dangerous
situation.
Diaphragm and valve plates are the only parts subject to wear.
Wear is usually indicated by a drastic reduction in the pneumatic
performance. When replacing parts proceed as described in section 5.
Ambient conditions: see section 1.3.
Operating pumps with electronic temperature control (.26
designs)
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The pump can be operated either from the display or using the
PC software. The display is on a higher level than the software,
i.e. the pump can always be operated from the display. Pressing
the "Off" button stops a PC-controlled cycle.
a.) Using the PC-Software
1. Insert CD into CD-ROM drive on the computer.
2. Install the PC software by running "Start_Setup.exe" or the
Auto-setup routine.
Fig. 5: Operating keys and
display (only .26 design: with
electronically-controlled head
heating)
3. Start the PC software by clicking on the "KNF-Pump Control"
icon or running "KNF-Pump Control.exe".
4. Set the desired language from the start page and activate
the program by clicking on "Start".
5. For additional information, please refer to the software
description under the menu item “Help\Topic help”. You will
find this file at C:\Program\knf\Pump Control\
knfhelpe.rtf.
This document can be printed.
b.) Using keys of the display
See fig. 5 for operating keys and display.
Switching the pump on and off
Operating modes
The pump is switched on and off with the ON/OFF key.
N 012, N 024, N 036:
Operating mode 1 is selected at the factory. Changing the operating mode will cause error messages.
N 036.0:
Operating mode 4 is selected at the factory. The following settings
can be selected:
Operating mode 3: Enter a setpoint and a hysteresis temperature value. The two pump heads are regulated to this
setpoint separately.
Operating mode 4: Enter a separate setpoint and hysteresis temperature value for each pump head. The two pump
heads are regulated separately. This mode is selected at
the factory.
Setting the operating mode
1. Press the Up key and the Down key simultaneously.
Within 5 seconds, press the Hysteresis key.
The current operating mode will be shown in the
display.
2. Set the operating mode with the Up key or the Down key.
3. Press the Hysteresis key to accept the value. Alternative: 10
seconds after the last value input, the current value will be
used as the setpoint.
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N 012, N 024, N 036:
Switching on with the device in operating mode 3 or 4
prompts error message E02.
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° C and ° F
Operation
N 036.0:
Pump head 1 only is heated in operating mode 1.
To input the setpoint temperature and the hysteresis, and for
temperature display, a choice can be made between °C and °F.
LED for °C and LED for °F indicate which temperature display
mode has been selected.
To change the temperature display mode, press the Up key and
the Down key simultaneously and keep them pressed down for
about 5 seconds.
Temperature display
It is only possible to change between °C and °F if the
pump has been turned off at the ON/OFF key.
During pump operation the display shows the actual temperature.
The LED “Actual Temp” in the top right of the operating
panel lights up.
Only N 036.0: During operation in operating mode 3 or 4,
the actual temperature for each of the pump heads are
displayed, alternating at 5 sec intervals. The LED for the
SET-TEMP key indicates the head.
To display the setpoint temperature during pump operation, the
SET-TEMP key is pressed.
Setting the heating temperature
The "Actual Temp" LED display is not visible while the setpoint temperature is displayed.
The display switches back to the actual temperature 3
seconds after the SET-TEMP button has been released.
N 036.0 in operating mode 4: When the SET-TEMP button
is held down, the setpoint temperatures for each of the
pump heads are displayed, alternating at 5 sec intervals.
The LED for the SET-TEMP key indicates the head.
A temperature can be set to which the pump head is heated (setpoint temperature).
The heating temperature can only be set if the pump has
been turned off at the ON/OFF key.
1. Press the SET-TEMP key once.
The current setpoint temperature appears in the display after 2 seconds.
2. Adjust the desired temperature with the Up or Down key.
Temperature range:
60-240 °C
140-464 °F
To change between °C and °F, see above.
3. Press the SET-TEMP key to accept the value. Alternative: 10
seconds after the last value input, the current value will be
adopted as the setpoint temperature.
4. N 036.0 in operating mode 4: Repeat the setpoint temperature
process for head 2. To do this, press the SET-TEMP key twice.
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Adjusting the hysteresis
Diaphragm Vacuum Pumps N 012, N 024, N 036
The hysteresis indicates the degree by which the setpoint temperature set is undercut until the heating cartridge begins to provide
heat again.
The hysteresis can only be set if the pump has been
turned off at the ON/OFF key.
1. Press the Hysteresis key once.
The current hysteresis appears in the display after 2 seconds.
2. Adjust the desired hysteresis with the Up or Down key.
Hysteresis range:
1-30 °C
1-54 °F
To change between °C and °F see above.
3. Press the HYSTERESIS key to adopt the value. Alternative:
10 seconds after the last value input, the current value will be
adopted as the setpoint temperature.
4. N 036.0 in operating mode 4: Repeat the hysteresis process
for head 2. To do this, press the HYSTERESIS key twice.
Pre-heating the pump head
If the pump is switched on with the preheating function activated,
pump operation will begin only when the pump head has reached
the specified setpoint temperature. This then ensures that none of
the constituents of the medium to be delivered will condense out.
1. Switch the preheating function on by using the Preheating key.
2. Switch the pump on with the ON/OFF key.
The pump head is heated up to the preset temperature,
while the pump is not working.
LED ON lights up in the Preheating key.
3. When the preset temperature is reached, the pump starts to
transfer.
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5.
Servicing
Servicing
Before working on the pump, isolate the power supply securely, then check that the lines are not live.
Danger of burning yourself when using hot media
Let the pump head cool down before working on
the pump.
VORSICHT
Diaphragm and valve plates are the only parts of the pump subject
to wear. They are simple to change.
Always change diaphragm, valve plates and sealing rings at the
same time. If diaphragm and valve plates are not changed at the
same time the nominal performance of the pump is not guaranteed
after the service.
Health hazard due to dangerous substances in the
pump
Depending on the substances transferred, caustic
WARNUNG burns or poisoning are possible.
Wear protective clothing if necessary, e.g.
protective gloves.
Clean pump with suitable measures.
After opening the pump head, or replacing the diaphragm and
valve plates the high gas-tightness is no longer guaranteed. A leak
test is able to verify that the original standard of gas-tightness has
been achieved.
Spare part
Spare part*
Valve plates
Wave diaphragm
O-Rings
Tab. 1: Spare parts
Quantity
2 (per pump head)
1 (per pump head)
2 (per pump head)
* According to Spare parts list, chapter 8
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Tools and materials
Type range
N 012
N 024
N 036, N 036.0
Tools/Material
Phillips screwdriver No. 1
Fork wrench or socket wrench 7 mm
Fork wrench or socket wrench 8 mm
Fork wrench or socket wrench 10 mm
Pin-wrench for two-hole nuts, pin diameter 4
mm (available as “wrench for retainer plate”, a
KNFaccessory, see section 10)
Screwdriver for slotted screw (only for .11versions)
Felt-tip pen
Sharp knife
Tab. 2: Tools and material
Change the wave diaphragm and valve plates in the following
sequence:
a.) Preparatory steps
b.) Removing pump head
c.) Changing diaphragm
d.) Changing valve plates and sealing rings
e.) Refitting pump head
f.) Final steps.
Proceed as follows (see fig. 6).
For two-headed pumps: Perform and finish all work on one pump
head before working on the second pump head.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Servicing
Carrier
Wave diaphragm
Intermediate plate
Head plate
Disk spring
Cap nut
Retainer plate
Diaphragm support
Con-rod extension
O-ring
Valve plate
Fig. 6: Pump head (symbolic)
Fig. 7: Arrangement of the disk spring for material version of pump head
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a.) Preparatory step
1. Disconnect the pump from the power supply; check that the
pump is electrically dead and secure this.
2. Release the screws on the underside of the head insulation
(see fig. 2) and lift the head insulation out upwards.
3. For .11 designs only (pumps with thermostatically-regulated
head heating) and .26 designs (pumps with heated heads;
electronically controlled): Remote the strain relief from the underside of the head insulation or from the compressor housing
(N 036.0).
b.) Removing pump head
For pumps with heating inset (.11 and .26 designs): The heating
inset remains fitted in the head plate.
1. Mark the position of carrier (1), intermediate plate (3), and
head plate (4) relative to each other by a drawing line with a
felt-tip marker. This is to ensure that the parts will be reassembled in correct position at a later stage.
2. Release the cap nuts (6) and remove them together with the
disk springs (5).
The disk springs are fitted in order to maintain the tension of
the wave diaphragm right across the temperature range of the
pump.
3. Remove head plate (4).
4. Remove intermediate plate (3).
5. Remove the valve plates (5) and O-rings (10) from intermediate plate (3).
c) Changing diaphragm
1. Cut around the circumference of the wave diaphragm (2) (cut
retainer plate (7) free - to facilitate loosening).
2. Release the retainer plate (7) by turning it counter-clockwise
with a pin wrench or a retaining plate wrench. To counterhold,
insert open-ended wrench above the upper insulating plate and
onto the connecting rod extensions (9).
Take care to ensure that the spacers do not slip under the
diaphragm support (8).
3. Remove wave diaphragm (2).
4. Check that all parts are free from dirt and clean them if necessary (see section 6. Cleaning).
5. Slide a new wave diaphragm (2) onto the threaded bolt of the
retainer plate (7).
6. Screw the retainer plate (7) with wave diaphragm (2) into the
conrod extension (9); to tighten the retainer plate, use the
wrench for retainer plate/the pin wrench to turn it clockwise and
firmly.
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Servicing
Tightening torque:
N 012: 7 Nm
N 024: 8 Nm
N 036, N 036.0: 13 Nm
d) Changing valve plates and sealing rings
1. Check that intermediate plate and head plate are clean (see
section 6). If damages, distortion, or corrosion are evident on
these parts they should be replaced.
2. Place the intermediate plate (3) on the carrier (1) in the position indicated by the felt tip pen mark.
3. Lay the new valve plates (11) onto the valve seats of the
intermediate plate (3).
The valve plates are identical for the pressure and suction
side; the position of the valve plates is determined by the
shape of the valve seats
4. Fit the new O-rings (10) in the intermediate plate (3).
e) Refitting pump head
1. Place the head plate (4) on the intermediate plate (3) in the
position indicated by the felt-tip pen marking.
2. Place disk springs (5).
For position see fig. 7.
3. Place the cap nuts (6) in position, and tighten to the torque
value shown below.
N 012: 2 Nm
N 024: 5 Nm
N 036, N 036.0: 7 Nm
f)
Final steps
1. Refit head insulation.
2. .11 designs only (pumps with thermostatically-regulated head
heating) and .26 designs (pumps with heated heads; electronically controlled):
Slide the protective tube into the bore of the base plate. Tighten the strain relief on the underside of the head insulation or
on the compressor housing (N 036.0).
3. Reconnect the pump to the electricity supply.
If you have any questions about servicing call our technical adviser
(see last page for contact telephone number).
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Cleaning
Diaphragm Vacuum Pumps N 012, N 024, N 036
6.
Cleaning
When changing valve plates and wave diaphragm, inspect all parts
for dirt before assembling the pump head, and clean them if necessary.
If a compressed air line is available, blow the parts out with it.
7.
Trouble Shooting
Before working on the pump isolate the power supply securely, then check that the lines are not live.
The following tips for fault-finding are best employed in the sequence shown.
Pump produces no flow
Thermal switch has opened due to over-heating of motor:
Disconnect pump from mains and allow to cool.
Trace cause of over-heating and eliminate it.
Connections or lines are blocked
An external valve is closed, or a filter blocked.
Liquid (condensate) has collected in the pump head:
Let the pump run for a few minutes pumping air (if
necessary for safety reasons: pumping an inert
gas.)
Install the pump at the highest point in the system.
Diaphragms or valve plates are worn:
Section 5 Servicing.
Flow, pressure, or vacuum too low
Compare the actual performance with the figures in section
9 or the data sheet.
Liquid (condensate) has collected in the pump head
Let the pump run for a few minutes pumping air (if
necessary for safety reasons: pumping an inert
gas).
Install the pump at the highest point in the system.
There is pressure on the pressure side, and at the same
time vacuum, or a pressure above atmospheric, on the
suction side:
The cross-section of pneumatic lines, or connected components is too small, or they are restricted:
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The pump is not designed for this condition.
To measure the performance, disconnect the
pump from the system (small diameter tubing or a
valve can significantly affect performance).
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Trouble Shooting
There is a leak at a connector, in a line, or in the pump
head.
Diaphragm or valve plate are worn, or dirt is in the head.
Section 5 Servicing.
Pump head is not heating up
(.11 and .26 designs only)
Check the cable connections in the terminal box (.11 designs) or electronics housing (.26 designs) respectively
(see Fig. 2).
Check the voltage in the mains power supply.
If you do not find a fault, contact your KNF technical adviser.
Error messages in the display
(.26-designs only)
Displays E01:
The temperature measured at the heating inset is outside
the permissible range. For two-headed pumps this refers
to head 1.
Pump and heating inset(s) are switched off.
Displays E02:
N 012, N 024, N 036:
A two-head pump operating mode has been selected by
mistake.
N 036.0:
The temperature measured at the heating inset of head 2
is outside the permissible range.
Pump and heating inset(s) are switched off.
Displays E03 or E04:
The temperature measured at the heating inset of head 1
(E03) or head 2 (E04), with temperature controlling active,
is 10 °C or more above the setpoint temperature which has
been set.
Pump and heating inset(s) are switched off.
Displays E05:
Electronics error (transducer mal function).
Pump and heating inset(s) are switched off.
If the pump does not operate properly and you cannot find any of
the above faults, send it to the KNF Service Department.
In order for KNF to repair the pump, the customer must provide a
statement on the media which were pumped and on pump cleaning. Please fill out the corresponding KNF form, and submit it
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Trouble Shooting
Diaphragm Vacuum Pumps N 012, N 024, N 036
together with the pump. A sample statement for copying can be
found in section 11 of these operating instructions.
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8.
Spare parts and accessories
Spare parts and accessories
Spare parts
N 012 _T.__ E
Spare part
Valve plate
Wave diaphragm
O-ring
Disk spring
Order No.
049733
049734
055675
056019
Tab. 3
N 024 _T.__ E
Spare part
Valve plate
Wave diaphragm
O-ring
Disk spring
Order No.
049733
051337
055675
056020
Tab. 4
N 036 _T.__ E
N 036.0 _T.__ E
Spare part
Valve plate
Wave diaphragm
O-ring
Disk spring
Order No.
054112
054111
055676
056021
Tab. 5
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Tables
Diaphragm Vacuum Pumps N 012, N 024, N 036
9.
Tables
Pump type
N 012
N 024
N 036
Max. permissible operating pressure
(bar g)
1.5
1.5
1.5
Tab. 6; Pneumatic Data
Ultimate vacuum
(mbar abs.)
240
200
200
Delivery rate*
(l/min)
at atm. pressure
10.5
18
30**
*Liters in standard state (1,013 mbar);
**Two headed pumps: Flowrate per pump head
Pump type
Material*
Pump head
Wave diaphragm
N 0xx(.0) ST .xx E Stainless steel PTFE
N 0xx(.0) AT .xx E Aluminium
PTFE
Tab. 7: Pump materials
Valve
PTFE
PTFE
*Material abbreviations according DIN ISO 1629
Pump type
N 012 xx .xx E
N 024 xx .xx E
N 036(.0)12 xx .xx E
Thread size
G 1/8´
G 1/8´
G 1/4´
Tab. 8: Size of pneumatic port threads
10. Accessory
Wrench for retainer plate
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Decontamination Declaration
11. Decontamination Declaration
The condition for the repair of a pump by KNF is the certification of the customer on the transferred media and on the
cleaning of the pump (decontamination declaration).
Copy this page.
Enter the pump model, the Serial No. and the transferred
media in the form below and sent the signed form together with
the flushed and cleaned pump to KNF Customer Service (see
last page for address).
Customer decontamination declaration for
repair order
We herewith confirm that the following media have been pumped
with the pump listed below, and that the pump has been flushed
and cleaned.
Pump model
Serial No.
Fed media
The pump contains neither aggressive, biological, radioactive,
poisonous nor other dangerous media.
Company
Date/Signature
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KNF worldwide
Benelux
Netherlands
KNF Verder B.V.
Utrechtseweg 4a
NL-3451 GG Vleuten
Tel. 0031 (0)30 677 92 40
Fax 0031 (0)30 677 92 47
E-mail: [email protected]
www.knf-verder.nl
Benelux
Belgium, Luxembourg
KNF Verder N.V.
Kontichsesteenweg 17
B-2630 Aartselaar
Tel. 0032 (0)3 8719624
Fax 0032 (0)3 8719628
E-mail: [email protected]
www.knf.be
China
KNF Neuberger Trading
(Shanghai) Co., Ltd
No. 36 Lane 1000
Zhang Heng Road
Shanghai 201203, P.R. China
Tel. 0086 (0)21 685 965 66
Fax 0086 (0)21 339 006 26
E-mail: [email protected]
www.knf.com.cn
Germany
KNF Neuberger GmbH
Alter Weg 3 D-79112 Freiburg
Tel. 0049 (0)7664 5909-0
Fax 0049 (0)7664 5909-99
E-mail: [email protected]
www.knf.de
France, Morocco,
Algeria
KNF Neuberger
4, Bld. d’Alsace Z.I.
F-68128 Village-Neuf
Tel. 0033 (0)389 70 35 00
Fax 0033 (0)389 69 92 52
E-mail: [email protected]
www.knf.fr
Great Britain
KNF Neuberger U.K. Ltd.
Avenue 2
Station Lane
Industrial Estate
Witney Oxon OX28 4FA
Tel. 0044 (0)1993 77 83 73
Fax 0044 (0)1993 77 51 48
E-mail: [email protected]
www.knf.co.uk
Sweden, Denmark,
Finland, Norway
KNF Neuberger AB
Mejerivägen 4,
P.O. Box 44060
SE-10073 Stockholm
Tel. 0046 (0) 87445113
Fax 0046 (0) 87445117
E-mail: [email protected]
www.knf.se
India
KNF Pumps + Systems
(India) Pvt. Ltd.
RAJIV GANDHI INFOTECH PARK
Phase 1
Ganga Estate, Survey No. 152/2/2
Above AXIS BANK
Hinjewadi
Pune 411 057
Tel. 0091 (0)20 640 13 923
0091 (0)20 640 08 923
Fax 0091 (0)20 229 33 923
E-mail: [email protected]
www.knfpumps.in
Switzerland
Sales
KNF Neuberger AG
Stockenstrasse 6
CH-8362 Bichelsee-Balterswil
Tel. 0041 (0)71 973 993 0
Fax 0041 (0)71 973 993 1
E-mail: [email protected]
www.knf.ch
Italy
KNF ITALIA S.r.l.
Via Flumendosa, 10
I-20132 Milano
Tel. 0039 02 27 20 38 60
Fax 0039 02 27 20 38 48
E-mail: [email protected]
www.knf.it
Japan
KNF Japan Co.Ltd.
Chichibu, Bldg. 7F
1-8-6 Shinkawa, Chuo-ku,
Tokyo, Japan 104-0033
Tel. 0081 (0)3 3551-7931
Fax 0081 (0)3 3551-7932
E-mail: [email protected]
www.knf.co.jp
Taiwan
KNF Neuberger Ltd.
9-2 FL., No., 24, Lane 123,
Section 6,
Ming Chuan East Road
Taipei City, Taiwan
Tel. 00886-2-2794-1011
Fax 00886-2-8792-1648
E-mail: [email protected]
www.knftwn.com.tw
USA, Canada, South America
KNF NEUBERGER, INC.
Two Black Forest Road
Trenton, New Jersey
08691-1810
Tel. 001 (609) 890 86 00
Fax 001 (609) 890 83 23
E-mail: [email protected]
www.knf.com/usa.htm
South America
Direct Phone: 001 609 649 1010
E-mail: [email protected]
Korea
KNF Neuberger Ltd.
Woosan Bldg.RM#202,
336-4, Hwikyung-Dong
Dongdaemun-Ku.,
130-090, Seoul
Tel. 0082 (0)2 959-0255/6
Fax 0082 (0)2 959-0254
E-mail: [email protected]
www.knfkorea.com
KNF product centres
Product centre for gas
pumps:
Germany
KNF Neuberger GmbH
Alter Weg 3
D-79112 Freiburg
Phone 0049(0)7664 5909-0
Fax 0049(0)7664 5909-99
E-mail: [email protected]
www.knf.de
Product centre for fluid
pumps:
Switzerland
KNF FLODOS AG
Wassermatte 2
CH-6210 Sursee
Phone 0041(0)41 925 00 25
Fax 0041(0)41 925 00 35
E-mail: [email protected]
www.knf-flodos.ch
Product centre for micro
pumps:
Switzerland
KNF Micro AG
Zelglimatte 1b
CH-6260 Reiden
Tel. 0041(0)62 787 88 88
Fax 0041(0)62 787 88 99
E-mail: [email protected]
www.knf-micro.ch
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