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SECTION 6 ITEM 340
DATED JUNE 1998
SUPERSEDES ITEMS 341, 342, 344
DATED MARCH 1992
INSTRUCTION AND REPAIR MANUAL
MODELS 341A, 342A AND 344A
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NOTE
Warning: Spraying Water Hazard
This repair manual is applicable to pump Models 341A,
342A and 344A. All photos illustrate Model 344A.
ATTENTION: SAFETY WARNINGS:
Read and understand all warnings before installation or servicing pump.
OPERATIONAL LIMITS: *
Maximum Operating Pressure:
When servicing pump replace all gaskets and seals. Do not
re-use old gaskets or seals. Failure to follow these instructions could result in serious personal injury, death or property damage.
HIGH PRESSURE SAFETY:
175 psi at Temperatures
to 150 F (65.6°C)
225°F (107°C)
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Maximum Operating Temperature:
* See ASTM A126/ANSI B16.1 for pressure/temperature ratings of flanges.
ELECTRICAL SAFETY:
Warning: High Pressure Hazard
The pump is rated at a maximum of 175 psi at 150°F. Do
not exceed this pressure. Install properly sized pressure
relief valves in system. Failure to follow these instructions
could result in serious personal injury, death or property
damage.
Warning: Electrical Shock Hazard
All electrical connections are to be made by a qualified electrician in accordance with all codes and ordinances. Failure
to follow these instructions could result in serious personal
injury, death or property damage.
Warning: Expansion Hazard
Water expands when heated. Install properly sized thermal
expansion tanks and relief valves. Failure to follow these
instructions could result in serious personal injury, death or
property damage.
Warning: Electrical Overload Hazard
SERVICE
Insure all motors have properly sized overload protection.
Failure to follow these instructions could result in serious
personal injury, death or property damage.
Warning: Sudden Start-Up Hazard
Disconnect and lockout power source before servicing.
Failure to follow these instructions could result in serious
personal injury, death or property damage.
Your Aurora pump requires no maintenance other than periodic
inspection, occasional cleaning and lubrication of bearings
(MODEL 344A only). The intent of inspection is to prevent
breakdown, thus obtaining optimum service life. The liquid end
of the pump is lubricated by the fluid being pumped and therefore does not require periodic lubrication. The motor, however
may require lubrication, in which case, the motor manufacturer’s recommendation should be followed.
LUBRICATION OF IMPELLER SHAFT BEARINGS
The MODEL 344A pump is available with three options for
lubricating the shaft bearings. They are:
HIGH TEMPERATURE SAFETY:
Warning: Hot Surface Hazard
If pumping hot water, insure guards or proper insulation is
installed to protect against skin contact to hot piping or
pump components. Failure to follow these instructions could
result in serious personal injury, death or property damage.
1. Regreasable (standard)
2. Oil Lubrication
3. Sealed Bearings, Permanent Lubrication
Regreasable bearings will require periodic lubrication and can
be accomplished by using the zerk or lubrication fittings in the
cartridge cap and power frame. Lubricate the bearings at regular intervals using a grease of high quality. Polyurea base
© 1992 AURORA PUMP
NO. AURORA, ILLINOIS
MODELS 341A-342A-344A
grease is recommended as lubricants for pumps operating in
both wet and dry locations. Mixing of different brands of grease
should be avoided due to possible chemical reactions between
the brands which could damage the bearings. Accordingly,
avoid grease of vegetable or animal base which can develop
acids, as well as grease containing rosin, graphite, talc and
other impurities. Under no circumstances should used grease
be reused.
Over lubrication should be avoided as it may result in overheating and possible bearing failure. Under normal application, adequate lubrication is assured if the amount of grease is maintained at 1/3 to 1/2 the capacity of the bearing and adjacent
space surrounding it.
In dry locations, each bearing will need lubrication at least
every 600 hours of running time or every 6 to 12 months,
whichever is more frequent. In wet locations the bearings
should be lubricated at least after every 300 hours of running
time or every 4 to 6 months, whichever is more frequent. A unit
is considered to be installed in a wet location if the pump and
motor are exposed to dripping water, to the weather, or to heavy
condensation such as is found in unheated and poorly ventilated
underground locations.
Oil lubricated bearings are optional on MODEL 344 pumps. A
fixed oil level is maintained with the power frame by an oiler
which allows visual indications of reserve oil.
At initial installation and before starting a unit that has been
shut down for repairs or for any extended length of time, run
enough 10W-30 weight motor oil through the oiler to maintain a
constant oil level to insure that the bearing will never be without an oil supply. Oil will have to be added at intervals to maintain a constant level in the oiler. This interval can only be determined by experience.
Under working conditions, oil will breakdown and need to be
replaced at regular intervals. The length of these intervals will
depend on many factors. Under normal operation, in clean and
dry locations, the oil should be changed about once a year.
However, when the pump is exposed to dirt contamination, high
temperatures (200°F. or above) or a wet location, the oil may
have to be changed every 2 to 3 months.
CAUTION
Use normal fire caution procedures when using any
petroleum cleaner.
REPAIRS
Before starting any work, insure the electrical power is locked
out, the system pressure has been lowered to 0 psi and temperature of the unit is at a safe level.
The pump may be disassembled using the illustrations and text
provided. Although complete disassembly is covered, it will seldom be necessary to completely disassemble your Aurora
pump.
The illustrations accompanying the disassembly instructions
show the pump at various stages of disassembly. The illustrations are intended to aid in the correct identification of the parts
mentioned in the text.
Inspect removed parts at disassembly to determine if they can
be reused. Ball bearings that turn roughly or show wear should
be replaced. Cracked castings should never be reused. Scored or
worn pump shafts should be replaced. Gaskets should be
replaced at reassembly simply as a matter of economy. They are
much less expensive to replace routinely than to replace singly
as the need arises.
Warning: Sudden Start-Up Hazard
Disconnect and lockout power source before servicing.
Failure to follow these instructions could result in serious
personal injury, death or property damage.
Warning: Hot Surface Hazard
If pumping hot water, insure guards or proper insulation is
installed to protect against skin contact to hot piping or
pump components. Failure to follow these instructions could
result in serious personal injury, death or property damage.
Warning: High Pressure Hazard
Model 344A
Model 342A
Model 341A
A. Assembled Units.
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The pump is rated at a maximum of 175 psi at 150°F. Do
not exceed this pressure. Install properly sized pressure
relief valves in system. Failure to follow these instructions
could result in serious personal injury, death or property
damage.
Warning: Spraying Water Hazard
When servicing pump replace all gaskets and seals. Do not
re-use old gaskets or seals. Failure to follow these instructions could result in serious personal injury, death or property damage.
MODELS 341A-342A-344A
DISASSEMBLY
Disassemble only what is needed to make repairs or accomplish
inspection. (See Figure 2 for Model 341A, Figure 3 for Model
342A and Figure 3 for Model 344A.)
1. Disconnect and lockout power source to prevent drive unit
from being energized during disassembly.
2. Unscrew the two drain plugs (4) from the casing (6). On
Model 342A pumps, remove plugs (74 and 75) to drain
pump. Also unscrew the two plugs (4) from casing (6).
3. Remove all relief, cooling, flushing or drain lines from
pump, including compression connections (1 and 2) and
tubing (3). Break suction and discharge connections unless
it is intended to remove the power frame or motor assembly
and leave casing (6) in the line. On Model 342A pumps,
break discharge connections only, unless it is desired to
remove base (73). Remove capscrews (39) and lift pump
assembly from base (73). Remove gasket (72).
4. On Model 344A pumps, remove the flexible coupling from
between the pump and motor. Next unscrew the bolts that
hold support(s) (41 and 64) to the base and slide the pump
out to be worked on.
5. Remove capscrews (5) and pull casing (6) from bracket
(35). Remove gasket (8).
6. Unscrew impeller screw (9) and remove washer (9A), taking care not to damage gasket (9B) or capscrew seal (9C).
C. Impeller and Key Removed.
9. Impeller wearing rings (optional - 14 and 15) are pressed
on and must be cut off if replacement is necessary. If they
are turned off in a lathe, take care not to cut into the
impeller.
10. Slide sleeve (25) with rotating parts of mechanical seal (27)
from the shaft. The sleeve should be carefully cleaned to
remove any residue that may be remaining in the seal area.
The rubber in seal (27) may have become partially adhered
to the sleeve. The sleeve must also be checked for abrasion
or corrosion that can occur when fluid residue penetrates
between the seal (27) and sleeve (25). The sleeve under the
seal may be polished lightly to a 32 RMS finish before
reassembly. Do not reuse a pitted sleeve. Pin (61) may be
removed if necessary.
CAUTION
The mechanical seal (see Figure 1) is a precision product
and must be treated as such. During removal, great care
must be taken to avoid dropping any part of the seal.
Take particular care not to scratch the lapped faces on the
washer or the sealing seat. If any wear of the seal faces is
noted, it is recommended to replace with a new seal during reassembly.
B. Casing, Gasket, and Wearing Ring Removed.
7. Slide impeller (11) and impeller key (12) from the shaft,
again taking care not to damage gasket (10) located behind
impeller. Remove gasket (10).
8. Wearing ring(s) (7 and 16) are pressed into their housings
with an interface fit and must be removed with a puller.
New ring(s) should be used for reassembly since it is likely
that during removal this fit will be lost. Do not remove
wearing rings if not being replaced.
D. Mechanical Seal Removed.
11. On Model 344A pumps, remove capscrews (39 and 62) and
washers (40 and 63) to take off support feet (41 and 64). On
Model 341A frame size 143 thru 184-JM only, unscrew capscrews (39) washers (40) and remove support (41) from
bracket (35).
12. Unscrew capscrews (32) to remove bracket (35) from frame
(57) or motor on Models 341A and 342A.
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MODELS 341A-342A-344A
13. The seal flexible cup and stationary seat should be pressed
out of the bracket (35) and the cavity cleaned of all residue.
Make sure that the 1/32 inch radius in the seal seat cavity is
not damaged during disassembly since a sharp edge can easily cut the flexible cup during reassembly.
REASSEMBLY
Reassembly will generally be in reverse order of disassembly. If
disassembly was not complete, use only those steps related to
your particular repair program.
1. Press grease seals (51) into frame (57). (344A)
2. Press bearings (53 and 54) onto shaft (55). Snap retainer
ring (52) into place. (344A)
E. Support Feet Removed.
14. On Model 344A pumps, remove key (42) from the shaft and
remove slingers (47 and 47A).
15. Unscrew capscrews (48) and remove bearing cap (49).
Remove “O” ring (oil lubed only) (50) and retainer ring
(52).
H. Shaft Assembly Removed.
3. Slide shaft (55) and bearings (53 and 54) into frame (57)
until retainer ring on bearing (54) comes in contact with
frame (57). Place “O” ring (oil lubed only) (50) in place.
(344A)
4. Fasten bearing cap (49) in position with capscrews (48).
Insert grease seals (51A) and position slingers (47 and 47A)
on the shaft. (344A)
5. The mechanical seal (27) (see Figure 1) cannot be installed
as an assembly. It is necessary to have the seal seat properly
in place in bracket (35) before the balance of parts can be
added.
F. Bracket and Slinger Seal Flexible Cup and Stationary Seat Removed.
16. Slide out shaft (55) and bearings (53 and 54). Since bearings
(53 and 54) are press fitted on the shaft, they will have to be
pulled or pressed off the shaft. Remove grease seals (51)
from frame (57), and bearing cap (49).
Thoroughly inspect the seal cavity in seal bracket, checking
for burrs or nicks which could damage flexible cup of
mechanical seal. Apply a film of liquid dishwashing detergent (do not use oil or grease) to the flexible cup and seal
seat. Insert seat in cup and install in seal bracket, taking care
to seat it evenly and squarely.
NOTE
17. Remove nameplate (34) and screws (33) only if replacement
is needed.
If it is not possible to insert seat with fingers, place the
cardboard protecting ring furnished with seal over
lapped face of seat and press into place with a piece of
tubing having end cut square. Tubing should be slightly
larger than the diameter of the shaft. Remove cardboard
after seat is firmly seated.
6. On Model 344A pumps, mount bracket (35) by screwing
capscrews (32) evenly into frame (57) to assure proper
alignment. Turn all capscrews in an even amount. Fasten the
bracket and frame to supports (41 and 64) by placing washers (40 and 63) over capscrews (39 and 62) and screwing
them into position.
G. Bearing Cap and Slinger Removed.
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On Model 341A and 342A pumps position bracket (35) on
the motor and secure with capscrews (32). Tighten screws
evenly to assure proper alignment.
MODELS 341A-342A-344A
Secure support (41) to bracket (35) with capscrews (39) and
washers (40). Frame sizes 143 thru 184-JM Model 341A
only.
7. If nameplate (34) was removed, install and attach with
screws (33).
8. Wipe the sealing faces of the seat and seal washer clean.
Replace pin (61) in sleeve if it was removed during disassembly. Apply a film of liquid dishwashing detergent to the
washer and bellows of the seal and slide the remaining seal
parts onto the sleeve making sure the washer is seated
against the seal seat. Check the proper sequence of assembly
as indicated in Figure 1. The shaft sleeve with the seal rotating assembly on it may now be replaced onto the motor
shaft. Spring tension will probably prevent the sleeve from
remaining in position axially until the impeller is locked
against it.
9. Press wearing ring(s) (7 and 16) in casing (6) and bracket
(35). Rings should not be hammered into place. Use a press,
or clamp the parts in a bench vise, using wooden blocks to
protect the rings. It may be necessary to pin or dowel the
rings after assembly if the insert or casing has had rings
replaced before, since each reassembly can stretch or tear
metal and thereby loosen the fits. If the facilities are available, it is good practice to take a very light finish cut or to
ream the inside diameter of the casing rings after pressing to
restore roundness. When rings are pressed, they may get
squeezed out of shape.
10. Coat the mating surfaces of impeller wear ring(s) (optional 14 and 15) and impeller (11) with Locktite sealant grade
271. Replace wear rings, using the same care as for the case
wear ring(s). If the rings are to be trued on a lathe, do not
clamp the impeller so tightly that it is permanently distorted.
11. Carefully replace gasket (10) on motor end of impeller.
Assembly key (12) and impeller (11) to motor shaft. Secure
impeller with gasket (9B), washer (9A), capscrew seal (9C)
and impeller screw (9).
12. Install the two pipe plugs (4) in the pump casing. Position
the gasket (8) and casing (6) against the motor bracket and
secure with screws (5). On Model 342A pumps position
gasket (72) and set pump assembly in place. Tighten pump
to base (73) with capscrews (39).
13. Replace all relief, cooling, flushings, or drain lines from the
pump including compression connections (1 and 2) and tubing (3). Replace all grease fittings pipe plugs, tube vents and
oiler assembly for oil lubricated units. Connect discharge
piping and suction piping, if required. Make sure to install
gaskets on the flanged connections. On Model 342A pumps
replace plugs (74 and 75) in base elbow (73).
STARTING PUMP AFTER REASSEMBLY
Do not start pump until all air and vapor has been bled and until
making sure that there is liquid in the pump to provide the necessary lubrication. Without the fluid around it, the seal may be
ruined in a few seconds of operation. It is possible that the
mechanical seal may drip during the first few minutes to one
hour of operation.
Warning: Hot Surface Hazard
If pumping hot water, insure guards or proper insulation is
installed to protect against skin contact to hot piping or
pump components. Failure to follow these instructions could
result in serious personal injury, death or property damage.
Warning: Spraying Water Hazard
When servicing pump replace all gaskets and seals. Do not
re-use old gaskets or seals. Failure to follow these instructions could result in serious personal injury, death or property damage.
Warning: Electrical Shock Hazard
All electrical connections are to be made by a qualified electrician in accordance with all codes and ordinances. Failure
to follow these instructions could result in serious personal
injury, death or property damage.
Warning: Electrical Overload Hazard
Insure all motors have properly sized overload protection.
Failure to follow these instructions could result in serious
personal injury, death or property damage.
Warning: Sudden Start-Up Hazard
Disconnect and lockout power source before servicing.
Failure to follow these instructions could result in serious
personal injury, death or property damage.
14. Read carefully the section of the manual titled INSTALLATION, especially those paragraphs referring to pump and
coupling alignment.
15. Connect electricity to the motor.
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MODELS 341A-342A-344A
SPRING
FLEXIBLE CUP
DRIVE RING
STATIONARY SEAT
RETAINER
FLEXIBLE BELLOWS
WASHER
Figure 1. Mechanical Seal
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MODELS 341A-342A-344A
MODEL 341A LIST OF PARTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Elbow
Connector
Tubing
Plug, Pipe
Capscrew
Casing
Wear Ring
Gasket
Impeller Screw
9A.
9B.
9C.
10.
11.
12.
14.
15.
16.
25.
Washer
Gasket
Capscrew Seal
Gasket
Impeller
Impeller Key
Wear Ring
Wear Ring
Wear Ring
Sleeve
27.
32.
33.
34.
35.
39.
40.
41.
61.
Seal
Capscrew
Screw
Nameplate
Bracket
Capscrew
Washer
Support
Pin
33.
34.
35.
39.
61.
72.
73.
74.
75.
Screw
Nameplate
Bracket
Capscrew
Pin
Gasket
Base
Plug, Pipe
Plug, Pipe
MODEL 342A LIST OF PARTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
9A.
Elbow
Connector
Tubing
Plug, Pipe
Capscrew
Casing
Wear Ring
Gasket
Impeller Screw
Washer
9B.
9C.
10.
11.
12.
14.
15.
16.
25.
27.
32.
Gasket
Capscrew Seal
Gasket
Impeller
Impeller Key
Wear Ring
Wear Ring
Wear Ring
Sleeve
Seal
Capscrew
MODEL 344A LIST OF PARTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
9A.
9B.
9C.
10.
11.
12.
14.
15.
16.
Elbow
Connector
Tubing
Plug, Pipe
Capscrew
Casing
Wear Ring
Gasket
Impeller Screw
Washer
Gasket
Capscrew Seal
Gasket
Impeller
Impeller Key
Wear Ring
Wear Ring
Wear Ring
25. Sleeve
27. Seal
32. Capscrew
33. Screw
34. Nameplate
35. Bracket
39. Capscrew
40. Washer
41. Support
42. Key
43. Grease Fitting
44. Tube, Vent
46. Plug, Pipe
47. Slinger
47A. Slinger
48. Capscrew
49. Bearing Cap
50. O-Ring
51. Seal
51A. Seal
52. Retaining Ring
53. Bearing
54. Bearing
55. Shaft
56. Plug, Pipe
57. Frame
58. Grease Fitting
59. Plug, Pipe
60. Oiler Assembly
61. Pin
62. Capscrew
63. Washer
64. Support
NOTES:
1. BRONZE FITTED CONSTRUCTION WILL BE FURNISHED AS STANDARD UNLESS
SPECIFIED.
2. REFER TO FACTORY FOR SPECIAL ALLOYS.
3. AURORA PUMP RESERVES THE RIGHT TO SUBSTITUTE MATERIALS WITHOUT
NOTICE
4. PIECE NUMBERS 14 AND 15 ARE NOT FURNISHED AS STANDARD, WHEN FURNISHED, IMPELLER MUST BE MODIFIED.
5. PIECE NUMBERS 39, 40, 41 USED ONLY WITH MOTOR FRAMES 143 THRU 184-JM
ON MODEL 341A PUMPS.
NOTE
WHEN ORDERING SPARE PARTS ALWAYS INCLUDE THE PUMP
TYPE, SIZE, SERIAL NUMBER, AND THE PIECE NUMBER FROM THE
EXPLODED VIEW IN THIS MANUAL.
ORDER ALL PARTS FROM YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTOR, FACTORY
BRANCH SALES OFFICE OR THE FACTORY AT NORTH AURORA, ILLINOIS.
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MODEL 341A
34
32
33
35
3
16
27
61
2
25
5
41
12
15
10
40
39
11
14
8
9A
6
9
4
9B
9C
3
Figure 2. Model 341A Exploded View
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1 4
7
MODEL 342A
3
2
35
33
32
3
8
16
5
27
1
4
4
34
25
61
10
12
15
6
7
11
72
14
9B
39
74
9A
73
9C
9
75
Figure 3. Model 342A Exploded View
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MODEL 344A
27
61
25
12
15
11
14
9A
9 8
6
4
10
9B
9C
42
55
54
3
44
59
58
46
56
51A
49
52
33
34
32
35
51 47A
3
50 53
64
63
2 5
62
Figure 4. Model 344A Exploded View
10
7
57
46
56
48
4
16
41
40
39
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