compac 200
COMPAC 200
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ISTRUZIONI ORIGINALI in lingua Italiana
Use and maintenance manual
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Instruksjonshåndbok og vedlikehold
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Bruks och underhålls anvisningar
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Manuel d’utilisation et d’entretien
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EGCEIRLIO CRHEHE KLI EUNTHRHEHE
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Bedienungs - und Wartungsanleitung
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Recyzny uzywaine i obslugi
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Manual de uso y manutenciòn
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Manual de folosire intretînere
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Manual de utilizição e manutenção
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Hanznàloti utasitàs karbantartàs
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Handleiding voor gebruik en onderhound
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Nàvod k pouzitì a k ùdrzbe
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Vejledning til brug og vedligeholdelse
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Kullanma ve bakim el kitabi
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Käittö ja kunnssapito
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TRANSLATION FROM ORIGINAL INSTRUCTIONS
Dear client,
Congratulations on your purchase of this FLOTEC product. Like all FLOTEC products, it has been developed with the help
of the latest technologies and manufactured with the most advanced electrical/electronic parts.
Take the time to read the instructions carefully before using this appliance.
Thank you!
Contents
Chap. 1
Safety rules ....................................................................................pg.
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1
Chap. 2
Limitations......................................................................................pg.
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2
Chap. 3
Technical data.................................................................................pg.
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2
Chap. 4
Installation......................................................................................pg.
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3
Chap. 5
Electrical connections....................................................................pg.
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3
Chap. 6
Start-up...........................................................................................pg.
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4
Chap. 7
Maintenance and troubleshooting .................................................pg.
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Appendix Figures............................................................................................pg. 91
Safety symbols
Warnings for the safety of individuals and objects.
Carefully follow the instructions marked with the following symbols.
DANGER
Electric shock
risk
Warns that the failure to follow the directions given may cause electric shock.
DANGER
Warns that the failure to follow the directions given could cause serious risk
to individuals or objects.
WARNING
Warns the operator that the failure to follow an instruction may damage the
pump and/or the system.
Chap. 1 - Safety rules
Before installation, carefully read this manual and keep in a safe place. The guarantee will not cover any damage resulting
from failure to comply with the instructions provided by this manual.
On receiving the pump, check that the pump has not been damaged during transportation. If the pump is damaged,
immediately inform the dealer within 8 days from the date of purchase.
Keep the equipment out of reach of children under 16.
Do not transport the pump using the cable or use the cable to remove the plug from the socket.
Before using the pump, always inspect it visually (especially power cable and plug). Do not use the pump if it is damaged.
If the pump is damaged, have it inspected by the specialised assistance service only.
Verify that the voltage and frequency of the electropump shown on the nameplate correspond to those available on
the mains.
Make sure that electric connections are protected from inundation.
Make sure that the level of water is below the minimum start level referred to in the "Technical Data".
Before starting the pump, make sure that the delivery pipe is free from obstructions.
Any extensions must comply with the national regulations.
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For safety reasons, the pump must always be connected to a safety circuit breaker (FI) with a rated leakage current of
≤ 30 mA, in accordance with standards DIN VDE 0100-702 and 0100-738. Contact a specialised electrician.
Regulation OVE B/EN 60555 Part 1-3 establishes that pumps for swimming pools and ponds with fixed connections
installed in Austria must be powered with an insulated OVE transformer at a secondary rated voltage below 230V.
In Switzerland, all electrically-powered equipment for outdoor use must be connected to an automatic safety switch.
Make sure people do not come into contact with water when the pump is connected to the mains.
Verify that the pump is installed on a flat and solid surface. Never place the pump directly on a stone or sand surface.
Always make sure that the pump is placed in a stable and vertical position.
Verify that the pump never runs without liquids. It can cause serious damages.
Always use a rope and fix it to the handle to immerse the pump in water.
Protect the plug and the power cable from heat, oil or sharp edges.
Make sure the machine is disconnected from electric power supply, before performing maintenance operation.
DANGER
WARNING
This appliance can be used by children aged 8 years or over and by persons with limited physical,
sensory or intellectual capabilities, or with limited experience and knowledge, provided that they are
supervised or have been instructed in the safe use of the appliance and are aware of the dangers
involved. Children must not be allowed to play with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance
must not be carried out by children unless they are supervised
Pollution of the liquid could occur due to the leakage of lubricants
Chap. 2 Limitations
The pump cannot be used for sea water and inflammable, corrosive, explosive or dangerous liquids.
Verify that the pump never runs without liquids.
The pump can be used with clean and non aggressive fluids or with fluids containing suspended
particles with a maximum diameter of 5 mm.
Sand or other abrasive substances in the pumped fluid will cause the pump to deteriorate and will
affect its performances.
FLOTEC ComPac electropumps are designed for private use in residential environments and are therefore suited to
drain rain water, infiltrated water, to pump water out of flooded areas, and to transfer clean or moderately dirty fluids.
The pump can be completely or partially submersed.
Chap. 3 Technical data
ComPac 150
230 V ~ 50 Hz
300 Watt
IP 68 / F
41,90 mm (1"1/4 M)
8.500 l/h
7m
7m
10 m H07 RN8-F
(10 m H05 RNF_N1080031)
3,6 Kg
5 mm
40° C
30
15 mm
2 mm
140 mm
30 mm
Mains voltage / Frequency
Absorbed power
Type of protection / Insulation class
Delivery fitting
Maximum flow rate
Maximum head
Maximum depth of immersion
Power cable
Weight (without power cord)
Maximum dimension of pumped solid particles
Maximum temperature of the pumped fluid (in continuous mode)
Maximum number of starts per hour (uniformly distributed)
Minimum priming level (A)*
Minimum suction level (B)* (manual mode)
Start level (C)* (automatic mode)
Stop level (D)* (automatic mode)
Sound pressure level (Lpa) equal to or less than 70 dB(A)
Sound emission values obtained in conformity with the EN 12639 standard
ComPac 200
230 V ~ 50 Hz
650 Watt
IP 68 / F
41,90 mm (1"1/4 M)
11.500 l/h
10 m
7m
10 m H07 RN8-F
4,8 Kg
5 mm
40° C
30
15 mm
2 mm
140 mm
30 mm
(*) These data refer to Fig. 1, Pag. 91. Measurements are expressed in millimetres.
The maximum flow rates given are reached if the pump is used without the check valve supplied.
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In outdoor fountains, garden ponds and similar places the pump is to be supplied through a residual current device (RCD)
having a rated residual operating current not exceeding 30mA. If these pumps are used in continuous mode for ponds
with fish, it is necessary to check them at regular intervals of 6 months (if the water contains aggressive substances).
It is also advisable to check the maximum dimension of particles recommended for the pump and take the necessary
measures to prevent the fish from being sucked into the pump.
Chap. 4 Installation (see Fig. 1-3) DANGER
Electric shock
risk
When installing, please ensure electropump is disconnected from electrical
supply. Pumps in this series are not suitable for use in a swimming pool and
the relevant cleaning and servicing operations.
To prevent possible injuries to people, avoid inserting hands into the mouth of the pump if
this is connected to the mains.
DANGER
FLOTEC ComPac pumps come with a check valve that prevents the delivery pipe from being drained and the fluid from
recirculating.
If the pump is fixed in a permanent location with rigid pipes, it is advisable to install a quick closing fitting in the most
convenient location to facilitate cleaning and maintenance.
The dimensions of the collection chamber should allow the insertion of the pump and reduce to the minimum the startup operations per hour (see LIMITATIONS - Technical data).
Use the handle provided to transport or lift the pump.
To use the pump for temporary applications, install a flexible pipe and connect it to the pump using a pipe holder. To
immerse the pump, use a rope and fix it to the handle.
The pumps used in ponds, small lakes, fountains or similar installations or close to them should have a safety switch.
Contact a specialised electrician.
Connection of the delivery pipe
a
b
c
The fitting supplied with FLOTEC ComPac pumps can be adapted to the dimensions of the
pipe used.
To connect a threaded pipe or a 3/4" (19 mm) quick closing fitting, tighten it directly on the
threaded part (location a).
When using a Ø 25 mm (1") pipe, cut the stage that is not being used at the correct height
(up to point b).
When using a Ø 32 mm (1 1/4"), cut the stages that are not being used at the correct height
(up to point c).
1. Remove the part that is not being used from the standard fitting cutting it with a knife.
2. Tighten the standard fitting on the pump.
3. Connect the pipe to the standard fitting.
Chap. 5 Electric Connection
Verify that the voltage and frequency of the electropump shown on the nameplate correspond to
those available on the mains.
The installer must make sure that the electric system is grounded in accordance with the law
in force.
Make sure that the electric system has a high-sensitivity circuit breaker D ≤ 30 mA (DIN VDE
0100T739).
The power cable must be replaced by qualified personnel only.
Grounding
The plug of the power cable has a double grounding contact, so that grounding can be performed by simply inserting
the plug.
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Overload protection
FLOTEC ComPac series pumps have a built-in thermal protection switch. The pump stops if an overload condition occurs.
The motor restarts automatically after it has cooled down (see chap 7 of the Troubleshooting section for information
on causes and corrective actions).
Chap. 6 Start-up (see fig. 1 pag. 91)
Use the pump for the applications listed on the nameplate.
Instructions for a safe pump start
The plug and connections should be protected by water splashes.
The pump must not be used in or at swimming pools, garden ponds, etc.
when there are persons in the water.
The maximum suction level of 2 mm can be reached in manual mode only. If the level of the fluid to suck is below 20
mm, maximum suction, up to a residual level of 2 meters, can be attained more quickly by starting and topping the
pump 2 or 3 times.
Automatic mode
FLOTEC ComPac pumps have an integrated floating switch. When the water reaches the start-up level, the integrated
floating switch automatically starts the pump.
When the water falls below the stop level, the integrated floating switch stops the pump.
1. Lower the front lever and place it in location "AUT" (see Fig. 1).
2. Place the pump in a stable and straight position so that the integrated floating switch is able to move freely.
3. To start the pump, insert the plug in a 230 V current socket.
Manual mode:
The integrated floating switch is disabled so that the pump can run in continuous mode:
1. Lift the front lever and place it in position "MAN" (see Fig. 1).
2. To start the pump, insert the plug in a 230 V current socket.
Chap. 7 Maintenance and troubleshooting (see fig. 2 pag. 91)
Make sure the machine is disconnected from electric power supply, before performing
maintenance operation.
In ordinary conditions, FLOTEC ComPac series electropumps do not require any maintenance.
It may be necessary to clean the hydraulics or replace the impeller.
Cleaning the hydraulic components
Disassemble the suction filter (Fig. 2 ref. A) by removing the screws provided (Fig. 2 ref. B)
Clean the impeller (Fig. 2 ref. C) and its chamber (Fig. 2 ref. D)
Reassemble the suction filter (Fig. 2 ref. A) by tightening the screws (Fig. 2 ref. B) and making sure that the O-ring (Fig.
2 ref. E) is correctly positioned in its housing (Fig. 1 ref. E).
Cleaning the floating switch.
Disassemble the suction filter (Fig. 2 ref. A) by removing the screws provided (Fig. 2 ref. B).
Remove the rubber stop (Fig. 2 ref. F) supporting the guide rod (Fig. 2 ref. G)
Remove the floating switch.
Clean the floating switch (Fig. 2 ref. H) and the related chamber (Fig. 2 ref. I).
Insert the floating switch in the guide rod (G) making sure it is inserted in the correct direction (tapered side pointing
upwards).
Insert the rubber stop (Fig. 2 ref. F) on the side of the guide rod.
Reassemble the suction filter (Fig. 2 ref. A) by tightening the screws (Fig. 2 ref. B) and making sure that the O-ring (Fig.
2 ref. E) is correctly positioned in its housing (Fig. 1 ref. E).
Pump storage instructions
Store the pump in a dry place and protect it from frost.
Flotec declines all responsibility for damages originating from an incorrect cleaning. If failures occur, please contact
an authorised Service Center.
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PROBLEM
1) THE ELECTROPUMP DOES
NOT PUMP WATER, THE
MOTOR DOES NOT RUN
2) THE PUMP DOES NOT SUPPLY WATER BUT THE MOTOR
IS RUNNING
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
1) No electricity.
2) Plug inserted incorrectly.
3) Enabled safety switch.
2) Verify that voltage is present and that the
plug is correctly inserted.
3) Reset the safety switch.If the safety switch
is once more enabled, contact a specialised
electrician.
4) Blocked impeller.
4) Contact the Customer Assistance Service.
5) Damaged motor or condenser.
5) Contact the Customer Assistance Service.
1) Obstructed suction grid.
1) Clean the grid.
2) Blocked check valve.
2) Clean or replace the valve.
3) Air in impeller body (air bubbles).
3) Perform several start-ups in order to remove
all the air.
4) The water level is below the start-up 4)Fill the pump with water using the quick
level.
closing standard fitting.
3) THE PUMP SUPPLIES A
LIMITED AMOUNT OF WATER
1) Partially obstructed suction grid.
1) Clean the grid.
2) Obstructed pipe.
2) Remove the obstructions.
3) Worn impeller.
3) Contact the Customer Assistance Service.
4) INTERMITTENT OPERATION 1)Solid particles prevent the free 1) Remove the foreign particles.
rotation of the impeller.
2)The temperature of the fluid is too
high.
3) Voltage out of range.
4) The fluid is too dense.
3)Supply the pump in accordance with
nameplate data.
4) Dilute the pumped fluid.
5) Faulty motor.
5) Contact the Customer Assistance Service.
5) THE PUMP DOES NOT START
1) The pump is not placed in a vertical 1) Place the pump in a straight position.
AND STOP IN AUTOMATIC
position.
MODE
2)The integrated floating switch is
blocked.
2) Clean the floating switch.
If, after performing these operations, the problem persists, contact your retailer (customer assistance service).
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