Clarke HSE Range 2 Submersible Water Pump Manuals

Clarke HSE Range 2 Submersible Water Pump Manuals
SUBMERSIBLE PUMP
HSE RANGE
OPERATION & MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTIONS
0806
SPECIFICATIONS
Model No.
HSE120*
HSE200
Outlet Dia. (mm/inches)
32/1-1/4”
38/1-1/2”
50/2”
50/2”
50/2”
Motor Voltage
230V 50Hz
230V 50Hz
230V 50Hz
115V 50Hz
230V 50Hz
115V 50Hz
230V 50Hz
320
420
720
720
960
960
720
7
10
10
10
8
Max. Flow Rate (L/min)
160
200
300
360
240
Max. Solids Diameter(mm)
5
25
30
30
10
Dimensions LxWxH (mm)
180x130x210
197x135x314
225x141x350
230x141x350
225x141x365
230x141x365
230x170x240
10x1.00
10x1.00
10x1.00
10x1.00
Motor Wattage (W)
Max. Head (M)
Cable (Max. mm2)
10x1.00
* Includes the automatic (A) version
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HSE300*/ HSE360*/
HSE301
HSE361
HSEC400*
Please read these instructions carefully before operating the tool
Thank you for purchasing this CLARKE Submersible Pump.
These pumps are ideal for draining ponds, pools and building excavations, these
heavy duty pumps can handle small solids in suspension.
Before using the device, please read this manual thoroughly and carefully follow
all instructions given. This is for your own safety and that of others around you, and
is also to help you achieve long and trouble free service from your new tool.
CLARKE GUARANTEE
This CLARKE product is guaranteed against faulty manufacture for a period
of 12 months from the date of purchase. Please keep your receipt as proof
of purchase.
This guarantee is invalid if the product is found to have been abused or
tampered with in any way, or not used for the purpose for which it was
intended.
Faulty goods should be returned to their place of purchase, no product
can be returned to us without prior permission.
This guarantee does not affect your statutory rights.
PARTS & SERVICE TEL: 020 8988 7400
or e-mail as follows:
PARTS: Parts@clarkeinternational.com
SERVICE:
Service@clarkeinternational.com
Please note that the details and specifications contained herein are correct at the time of going to
print. However CLARKE International reserve the right to change specifications at any time without
prior notice. Always consult the machines data plate
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
WARNING:
As with all machinery, there are certain hazards involved with their operation
and use. Exercising respect and caution will considerably lessen the risk of
personal injury. However, if normal safety precautions are overlooked or ignored,
personal injury to the operator even damage to the pump or property, may
result. For your own safety and that of others around you, please read these
safety instructions in conjunction with the operating instructions, and before using
the pump.
●
These pumps are designed to pump Water Only. NEVER use for pumping flammable
liquids or chemicals of any kind.
●
An approved Residual Current Device (RCD) MUST be used when pumping from
ponds or swimming pools.
●
Your submersible pump may ONLY be used for pumping water from a swimming
pool when there is no person or animal in the pool.
●
If the water is likely to freeze, the pump MUST
be run continuously, otherwise the pump must be
removed from the water and stored in a frost free
location.
●
If the pump is to be used where there may be
silt or mud etc (e.g., garden ponds), keep the
pump clear of any sediment by standing it on a
platform or brick or suspending from a rope
attached to the handle.
●
NEVER run the pump dry.
●
NEVER run the pump with the body exposed for
longer than 10 minutes.
●
NEVER install the pump on sand, silt, mud or
ground that is likely to shift.
●
NEVER Lift the pump by the mains cable, or the
float switch cable.
●
ALWAYS use the handle, with rope or chain attached when lifting the pump.
●
ALWAYS disconnect the pump from the electrical supply before placing it into, or
removing from the water,and before any cleaning or maintenance of the pump.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
All models EXCEPT HSE301 & 361,
should have their mains lead
connected to a standard 230Volt (50Hz) electrical supply through an approved
plug or a suitably fused isolator switch. We recommend that these pumps be fitted
with a Residual Current Device (RCD).
NOTE: This is mandatory when pump is used for pumping swimming pools.
Model s HSE301 & 361 must be connected to a protected 110V supply,
through a suitably approved connector. On no account must a 230V, 13amp
plug be used.
NOTE: If a portable 110V transformer is used, make sure it has a rated capacity
sufficient to take the load of the pump.
In the event that the pump is hard wired into the electrical system, it must be
carried out in accordance with IEE regulations.
If used for draining swimming pools or ponds, the pump MUST be fitted with a
Residual Current Device (RCD), with a rated residual operating current of no greater
than 30mA.
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED
IMPORTANT: The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the
following code:
Green & Yellow
Earth
Blue
Neutral
Brown
-
Live
As the colours of the flexible cord of this appliance may not correspond with the
coloured markings identifying terminals in your plug proceed as follows:
•
Connect GREEN & YELLOW coloured cord to plug terminal marked with a
letter “E” or Earth symbol “
” or coloured GREEN or GREEN & YELLOW.
•
Connect BROWN cord to terminal marked with a letter “L” or coloured RED
•
Connect BLUE cord to terminal marked with a letter “N” or coloured BLACK
The fuse in the plug for this appliance must be rated at 13 amps.
If this appliance is fitted with a plug which is moulded onto the electric cable (i.e.
non-rewirable) please note:
1.
The plug must be thrown away if it is cut from the electric cable. There is a
danger ofelectric shock if it is subsequently inserted into a socket outlet.
2.
Never use the plug without the fuse cover fitted.
3.
Replacement fuse covers can be obtained from your local dealer or most
electrical outlets
4.
The fuse in the plug must be replaced with one of the same rating (13 amps)
and this replacement must be ASTA approved to BS1362.
IMPORTANT: If in doubt, consult a qualified electrician
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FEATURES
The pumps are of rugged and durable construction, designed for long lasting
continuous operation, and the motor is provided with a built in overload protector.
These pumps may be used for pumping water, or water containing small solids in
suspension, please refer the Specifications on page 2 to determine the solid sizes
that may be pumped with your pump.
The HSEC 400A is fitted with a Tungsten Carbide cutter, and is specially suited for
heavily polluted waste water and waste solids, such as sewage, light slurry, factory
waste etc.
Automatic Pumps, i.e. those fitted with a Float Switch, denoted by an ‘A’ suffix to
their model number, are suitable for permanent or semi-permanent installations,
eg. installations where it is necessary to maintain a water at a particular level.
As the water level rises, the switch will float, and start the pump. As the water
level falls, so will the float switch, until it stops the pump.
Float switches are factory set to provide the correct ON-OFF switching mode.
It is not recommended that these pumps be used for pumping drinking water, as
there is a remote possibility of water contamination due to leakage of pump
lubricant, should the pump malfunction.
INSTALLATION
The pumps are completely submersible, and should be placed in a vertical position,
on a solid flat surface. If this is not available, sit the pump on timber, or house
bricks, but ensure they are not likely to shift.
Automatic versions should be placed in a sump which has adequate dimensions
so as not to restrict the movement of the float switch.
Connect the outlet to the largest diameter hose possible, any restrictions will reduce
capacity, and put additional strain on the motor.
Take all necessary precautionsas described on page 4 before plugging in, and
switching ON.
SUITABLE HOSE, FOR ALL PUMPS, IS AVAILABLE FROM YOUR CLARKE DEALER
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TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEMS
Pump does not run
and hums
Pump runs but does
not deliver water.
Pump runs and
pumps out sump, but
does not stop.
Pump runs but
delivers only a small
amount of water.
Fuse blows or circuit
breaker trips when
pump starts.
POSSIBLE CAUSES
* Line circuit breaker is off, or fuse is burned or loosed.
* Water level in sump has not reached turn-on level as indicated in
installation drawing.
* Pump cord is not making contact in receptacle.
* Float is stuck. It should operate freely in basin.
* If all of the above are OK, and then the motor could be operate.
* Check valve is installed backwards. Arrow on valve should point in
direction of flow.
* Discharge shut-off valve (if used) may be closed.
* Impeller or volute openings are fully or partially clogged. Remove
pump and clean.
* Pump is air-locked. Start and stop several times by plugging and
unplugging cord. Check for clogged vent hole in pump case.
* Inlet holes in pump base are clogged. Remove pump and clean
the openings.
* Vertical pumping distance is too high. Reduce distance or change
the discharge fittings of the pump.
* Float is stuck in up position. Be sure float operates freely in basin.
* Defective float switch. Replace with float switch.
* Defective vertical switch. Replace with vertical switch.
* Pump is air-locked. Start and stop several times by plugging and
unplugging cord. Check for clogged vent hole in pump case.
* Vertical pumping distance is too high. Reduce distance or change
the discharge fitting of the pump. Inlet holes in pump base are
clogged. Remove pump and clean the strainer and openings.
* Impeller or volute openings are fully or partially clogged. Remove
pump and clean.
* Pump impeller is partially clogged with tar or paint, causing motor
to run slow and overload. Remove pump and clean.
* Pump impeller is partially clogged with tar or paint, causing motor
to run slow and overload. Remove pump and clean.
* Motor stator may be defective.
* Fuse size or circuit breaker may be too small. (Must be 15 amps).
* Impeller or volute opening are fully or partially clogged.
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MAINTENANCE
Check pump installation regularly to ensure the base inlet is clear of leaves or
other debris.
Note that these pumps are fitted with automatic thermal overload protection. If
the pump overheats due to an obstruction in the pump, or pumping warm water
for example, it will shut off automatically. Switch the pump OFF and disconnect
from the mains supply. Check for blockages and allow the motor to cool (at least
5 minutes) before attempting to re-start.
This pump should require no maintenance other than regular cleaning. If the pump
starts to show signs of wear or damage, contact your CLARKE dealer for advice.
Do not use the pump if there is any damage to the mains supply cable, or to the
float switch or its cable.
Do not attempt to repair the pump yourself, as you may damage the waterproof
seal and invalidate your guarantee. Repairs must be carried out by your CLARKE
dealer, or contact the CLARKE Service Dep’t, on 020 8988 7400
If using this pump to pump out a garden pond, please note that there is a small
quantity of oil in the pump seal. If the pump or seal is damaged, possibly caused
by running the pump dry, oil may leak out, and appear as a film on the surface of
the water. Although harmless to people, the oil must be cleared to prevent any
possible harm to pond life. Disconnect the pump from the electrical supply, remove
it from the pond, and clear the oil, then contact your CLARKE dealer for advice.
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PARTS LIST & DIAGRAM
HSE 120
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
Part No.
Description
Strainer
Centrifugal Switch
Pump Housing
Impeller
Lip Seal
Mechanical Seal
Oil Chamber
Bottom Motor Plate
Lower Bearing
‘O’ Ring
Rotor Shaft
Stator
Motor Case
Overload Protector
‘O’ Ring
Upper Bearing
Capacitor
Upper Cover
Handle
Gland Cover
Cable Gland
Power Cable
Discharge Outlet
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HG12001
HG12002
HG12003
HG12004
HG12005
HG12006
HG12007
HG12008
HG12009
HG12010
HG12011
HG12012
HG12013
HG12014
HG12015
HG12016
HG12017
HG12018
HG12019
HG12020
HG12021
HG12022
HG12023
PARTS LIST & DIAGRAM
HSE 200 - 300 - 360
HSE200
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Top Cover
Upper Bearing
Motor Housing
Shaft
Stator
Lower Bearing
Seal Platc
Oil Seal
Me. Seal
Seal Cover
Impeller
Pump Casing
Strainer
Power cord set
Capacitor
HG20001
HG20002
HG20003
HG20004
HG20005
HG20006
HG20007
HG20008
HG20009
HG20010
HG20011
HG20012
HG20012
HG20014
HG20015
HSE300
HSE301
HSE360
HG30001
HG30002
HG30003
HG30004
HG30005
HG30006
HG30007
HG30008
HG30009
HG30010
HG30011
HG30012
HG30013
HG30014
HG30015
HG30101
HG30102
HG30103
HG30104
HG30105
HG30106
HG30107
HG30108
HG30109
HG30110
HG30111
HG30112
HG30113
HG30114
HG30115
HG36001
HG36002
HG36003
HG36004
HG36005
HG36006
HG36007
HG36008
HG36009
HG36010
HG36011
HG36012
HG36013
HG36014
HG36015
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HSE361
HG36101
HG36102
HG36103
HG36104
HG36105
HG36161
HG36171
HG36181
HG36191
HG36101
HG36111
HG36112
HG36113
HG36114
HG36115
PARTS LIST & DIAGRAM
HSEC 400A
No.
Description
Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
Strainer
Strainer Packing
Impeller
Pump Casing
Oil Seal
Oil Cover
Oil Cover Packing
Mechanical Seal
Motor Casing Pkg
Lower Bearing
Motor Casing
Rotor Shaft
Stator Coil
Centrifugal Switch
Thermal Overload
Centrifugal Plate
Upper Bearing
Motor Casing Pkg
Inside Cover
Head Cover Pkg.
Capacitor
Cable Gland
Gland Packing
Power Cable
Handle
Outlet Discharge.
HG400A01
HG400A02
HG400A13
HG400A04
HG400A05
HG400A06
HG400A07
HG400A08
HG400A09
HG400A10
HG400A11
HG400A12
HG400A13
HG400A14
HG400A15
HG400A16
HG400A17
HG400A18
HG400A19
HG400A20
HG400A21
HG400A22
HG400A23
HG400A24
HG400A25
HG400A26
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