Macnaught R500 Oil Pump
TG040
0908
0006
R500 5:1 RATIO AIR OPERATED OIL PUMP
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing a Macnaught R500 5:1 air
operated oil pump. The R500 oil pump has been designed
for use in medium to large workshops where the transfer
of lubricating oils over varying distances and through
hose reels with dispensing nozzles and / or meters are
required.
The R500 oil pump is suitable for use with engine oil, gear
oil, automatic transmission fluid, anti-freeze/anti-boil and
compatible fluids.
Macnaught also manufacture a complete range of
retractable hose reels, oil dispensing nozzles, fuel
pumps, oil pumps, positive displacement flowmeters,
greasing equipment and a complete range of
accessories.
Please read and retain this instruction manual to assist
you in the operation and maintenance of this quality
product.
GENERAL INFORMATION
With the appropriate care combined with the Macnaught
guarantee of dependable after sales service, provided by
its worldwide distribution network, you will be assured of
continuous safe, efficient and reliable product operation.
Please take a few moments to read through this manual
before installing and operating your new R500 oil pump. If
you experience problems with this product, refer to the
trouble shooting sections of this manual. If you require
further assistance please contact your local Macnaught
distributor or authorised Macnaught service center.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
READ THIS INFORMATION
CAREFULLY BEFORE USE
Please retain this instruction manual for future reference.
Your safety is important to us. Please read, understand
and follow all safety instructions listed below. Some of
these instructions alert you to the potential for personal
injury. “Cautions” listed throughout the manual advise of
potential practices or procedures which may cause
damage to your equipment.
Before connecting the air supply, the user should add a
‘Stop’ compressed air cock.
NOTE: The air cock must be a 1/4 turn type (allowing quick
closure) and should be located close to the body of the
pump and be easily recognised
Make sure all operators have access to adequate
instructions about safe operating and maintenance
procedures.
Do not exceed the maximum recommended air inlet
pressure of 1035 kPa/ 150 psi / 10.3 bar. The pumps require a minimum air inlet pressure of 400 kPa / 60 psi / 4
bar and we recommend that you operate the unit at 690
kPa / 100 psi / 6.9 bar.
Do not strike the unit if it fails to operate. Refer to “Trouble
Shooting Guide” or return the unit to your nearest
Macnaught distributor or Authorised Macnaught
Service Centre
Use suitable thread sealant (eg. Teflon tape) on all
screwed fittings, but do not over tighten to avoid damage.
Never allow any part of the human body to come in front
of, or in direct contact with the material outlet. Never
point the nozzle of the control gun at yourself or anyone
else.
Most accidents occur because of component rupture.
Be certain that any and all system components will
withstand the pressures being developed. Never exceed
the pressure rating of any component installed in the
system.
Before attempting any repairs or maintenance of this
product disconnect the air supply and release oil line
pressure by operating hand piece / gun trigger.
OPERATION
1) Ensure the drum or tank is “vented”.
2) Partially open the on/off air valve. The pump will prime
automatically.
3) Open the delivery outlet / nozzle. The pump will start
automatically
4) Adjust on/off air valve to regulate the flow. Close delivery
outlet/nozzle to stop flow.
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CAUTION
Do not run the pump dry. Remember to switch off the air
supply if the pump is not being used for extended periods.
(e.g. at the end of each working day)
MAINTENANCE
CAUTION
13) Clean and inspect all parts. Pay special attention to
items 37 and 38 as these are easily damaged.
Replace any suspect, worn or damaged components.
14) Assembly is the reversal of disassembly.
Note: Use Loctite 222 (or similar retaining compound) on
the piston rod bolt thread (48) and the three Allen screws
(2) when re-assembling the air motor.
COMPLETE PUMP DISASSEMBLY
Before carrying out any maintenance disconnect the air
supply and release the fluid pressure in the system.
1) Disconnect air supply and release oil line pressure.
Inspect your oil pump and associated hoses weekly for any
signs of damage. Replace any suspect or damaged parts
or components as required.
3) Withdraw pump from the oil drum/tank. (Use a clean
bench to carry out maintenance).
PUMP DISASSEMBLY
Note: Disconnect the air supply and release fluid
pressure.
The R500 pump has been designed to allow the air motor
assembly, and air seal (10) to be serviced without removing
the pump from the installation.
To service the Air Motor and Piston Rod Seal
without removing pump from the installation.
1) Disconnect the air supply and release oil line pressure.
2) Remove oil discharge hose from pump outlet.
4) Hold air motor housing firmly in a vice and carefully
unscrew and remove the pump tube (20) assembly.
Note: Care should be taken not damage air motor housing
during disassembly.
5) For air motor disassembly see previous section “Pump
Disassembly”, To service the air motor and piston rod
seal section follow items 2 - 12 on this page.
6) Using a suitable size pin punch (1/8”) remove the roll pin
(36) from the Piston rod (41).
7) Unscrew and remove the joining pin (35), valve housing
(23) and piston assembly from the piston rod (41).
2) To remove the air motor cap (1), insert two correct size
steel bars or pin punches into the holes located on the
top of the air motor cap (1). Hold both steel bars or pin
punches in position. Place a screw driver in between the
two bars or punches and unscrew the air motor cap
anti-clockwise.
8) Dismantle the valve housing (23) and piston assembly
(26).
3) Using a strap pipe wrench, carefully unscrew and remove
the air motor housing (50).
11) Remove foot valve assembly (28) from the pump tube
(20).
4) Pull the air motor and piston rod assembly upwards to
to allow easy access the air motor bolts (53).
12) Dismantle foot valve assembly.
5) Use a 6mm Allen key to unscrew the 4 air motor bolts
(53)
6) Lift up the top adaptor (9) to expose the exhaust holes
located on the piston rod (41).
7) To retain the piston rod (41), insert the correct size steel
bar or pin punch into one of the exhaust holes on the
piston rod (41).
8) Remove the three air valve screws (2), washers (3) and
spacers (4) from the air valve assembly, then remove air
valve cap (49).
9) Unscrew the piston rod bolt (48), and remove the air
valve assembly.
10) Remove the top adapter assembly (9,10,53,54,55,57)
from the piston rod.
11) Carefully remove the air seal (10), o’ring (57) and o’rings
(55) from the top adapter (9).
Note: Ensure you do not damage piston rod (41) during
Disassembly or assembly.
12) Remove body (11) and silencer (40)
9) Remove the piston rod (41) from the bottom adapter (15).
10) Remove circlip (12) from the bottom adapter (15) and
remove oil seal assembly (14) and o’ring (13).
PUMP ASSEMBLY
1) Clean and inspect all parts. Replace any, suspect, worn
or damaged parts.
2) Ensure that all parts have the correct orientation. If
parts are assembled upside down, the pump will not
work. Check the parts diagram for correct orientation.
Note: Use Loctite 222 (or similar retaining compound) on
the piston rod bolt thread (48) and the three air valve
screws (2) when re-assembling air motor.
Use Loctite 222 (or similar retaining compound) when
assembling the pump piston (26) to the valve housing
(23)
Ensure correct orientation when fitting the seal carrier
(14), place the side with the oil seal (38) into the bottom
adapter first, be careful you do not damage the seal during
assembly.
3) Assembly of the pump is a reversal of the disassembly
procedure.
4) Fit the pump to your drum/tank and re-connect the oil
hose and air supply. Open dispensing nozzle to ensure
correct operation.
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PARTS DIAGRAM
PARTS LIST
O r d er f o r r ep lacement
It em
Par t no
No off
Par t o r Set
Kit r ef
D escr ip t io n
TG01-1K
(A)
OVERHAUL SEAL KIT
TG01-2K
(B)
AIR M OTOR OVERHAUL KIT
TG01-3K
(C)
LOWER PUM P SERVICE KIT
1
TG001
1
2
N35
3
TG001s incl BS045
B
AIR VALVE SCREW
3
N117
3
B
AIR VALVE WASHER
4
TG031
3
B
AIR VALVE SPACER
5
BS016
3
A B
O'RING
6
TC38
1
B
SPRING
7
TG007
1
B
SPRING
8
TG008
1
B
9
TG010
1
TG010s
TG021s
9
TG021
1
10
TG012
1
11
TE006
1
12
N247
1
13
BS225
1
14
TG014
1
15
TG015
1
TG015s
TG022s
15
TG022
1
16
BS134
1
AIR M OTOR CAP
RETAINER
TOP ADAPTOR (BSP)
TOP ADAPTOR (NPT)
A B
TE006s incl TE020
AIR M OTOR SEAL
BODY
CIRCLIP
TG014s incl TG027,
A
C O'RING
TG028
OIL SEAL CARRIER
BOTTOM ADAPTOR (BSP)
BOTTOM ADAPTOR (NPT)
A
C O'RING
17
TE026
1
18
TG016
1
STAR NUT
19
TE024
1
20
TG017
1
TG017s
20
TG018
1
TG018s
21
N404
1
22
TB3
1
23
TG020
1
TG020s incl TB4,
24
TB47
1
BS015, BJ6
25
TB46
1
26
TB48
1
27
TB8
1
28
TB15
1
TB15s incl TB8, N418
FOOTVALVE (STUB) BSP
28
TB34
1
TB34s incl TB8, N418
FOOTVALVE (STUB) NPT
28
TG019
1
TG019s incl TB8, N419
29
N418
1
30
TG011
3
A
RUBBER BUSH
31
TB4
1
A
C PLUNGER SEAL
32
BS015
1
A
C O'RING
33
PA16
1
A
C RESET END PLUG
34
N349
1
A
C PIN
35
TF004
1
TF004s incl N349, N350
35
TF014
1
TF014s incl N349, N350
36
N350
1
TG016s incl TG006
SPACER
LOWER BUNG NUT
PUM P TUBE (STUB)
PUM P TUBE (DRUM )
STEEL BALL 5/32"
SPRING
VALVE HOUSING
PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE
SPRING
PUM P PISTON
C FOOTVALVE SPRING
FOOTVALVE (DRUM )
C STEEL BALL 7/8"
JOINING PIN (STUB)
JOINING PIN (DRUM )
A
C PIN
37
BS045
1
A B
38
TG027
1
A
C OIL SEAL
O'RING
39
TG028
1
A
C GUIDE RING
40
TE020
1
order TE006s
41
TG013
1
TG013s
42
TG036
1
B
SPACER
43
TG030
1
B
SEAL PLATE
44
TG032
1
B
WASHER
45
BS343
1
A B
O'RING
46
TG004
1
B
PISTON
SILENCER
PISTON ROD
47
TG005
1
B
WASHER
48
TG003
1
B
PISTON ROD BOLT
49
TE011
1
A B
50
TG002
1
TG002s incl BS045, BS046
AIR VALVE CAP
AIR M OTOR HOUSING
51
TE003
1
52
TE002
1
TE002s
B
BUFFER STOPPER
B
SPRING
53
TE004
4
54
N104
4
55
BS011
4
A
O'RING
56
TG006
1
A
WEATHER SEAL
57
BS046
1
A B
O'RING
BOLT
TE004s
WASHER
3
TROUBLE SHOOTING
TROUBLE
CAUSE
REM EDY
Air motor operates w ithout
1. Drum or tank is empty
1. Change drum or fill tank
pressing trigger
2. Foreign matter in footvalve (28)
2. Remove footvalve, clean and
Air motor operates but little
1. Drum or tank is empty
1. Change drum or fill tank
or no oil flow s
2. Foreign matter in footvalve (28)
2. Remove footvalve, clean and
3. Faulty plunger (23) / piston
3. Inspect plunger assembly and replace
reassemble
reassemble
(26) assembly
damaged or faulty parts
Air continuously leaks
1. Air seal (10) w orn or damaged
1. Replace air seal (10)
through the exhaust
2. Air valve cap (49) is w orn or
2. Replace air valve cap (49)
damaged
3. O'ring (55) under the air motor
3. Replace damaged o,ring (55)
bolts (53) are leaking
Oil leaks through the exhaust
Oil seal (38) is w orn or damaged
Pump is operating erraticaly
1. Suction tube is sucking air (R300S) 1. Re-seal the suction. (use either Teflon
Replace oil seal (38)
and there is air in the oil
tape or suitable thread sealant)
2. Pump tube (20) of Footvalve
is sucking air
2. Re-seal the pump tube (20) or footvalve (28).
( Use eitherTeflon tape or suitable thread sealant)
SPECIFICATIONS
A ir Motor
104.7mm (4.12") diameter
Maximum A ir Pressure
1035kPa / 150psi / 10.3Bar
Minimum A ir Pressure
400kPa / 60psi / 4Bar
A ir Consumption
18cf m/min
Output (A t The Pump)
28 litres / minute of SA E10 oil @ 100psi
Maximum Suction Head
7metres
Maximum Static Head
500metres / 1600f t
A ir Inlet Thread
1/4" NPT
Pump outlet Thread
3/4" BSP (3/4" NPT USA )
Pump Intlet Thread
1" BSP (1" NPT USA )
Bung A dapter Thread
2" (M)
Wetted Components
A luminium, Nitrile Rubber, Zinc plated carbon steel, Carbon PTFE
Dimensions
R500S (stub) 635 x 120 x 120
Weight
R500S (stub) 5.5kg
R500T (drum) 1325 x 120 x 120
R500T (drum) 6.7kg
macnaught warranty
Macnaught Pty Ltd
PO Box 90 Arncliffe NSW 2205 Australia
Telephone (02) 9567 0401
Facsimile (02) 9597 7773
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.macnaught.com.au
1. Macnaught Pty Ltd (“Macnaught”) warrants that all products manufactured by Macnaught
and/or supplied
by Macnaught under the “Macnaught” brand, exluding M-Series positive displacemnt meters (“Meters”) and components
subject to wear, will be free from any defects caused by faulty materials or workmanship (“Warranty”) for a period of 5
years from the date of purchase of the product.
2. For products (exluding Meters) which carry the “Macnaughtdesign”endorsement, an additional Warranty period of 5 years
applies to all mechanical components (exluding electronic and electrical components), giving a total Warranty period of 10
years.
3. For Meters, the Warranty period is 12 months from the date of purchase of the product.
4. For components contained in all products which are usually subject to wear from normal operation of the products (such
as o-rings, seals, springs, hoses and battaries), the Warranty period is 12 months from the date of purchase of the relevant
product.
5. For products and componenets which are not manufactured by Macnaught and are supplied by Macnaught under a brand
name other than “Macnaught”, the Warranty period is the longer of 12 months from the date of purchase of the relevant
product and the period of the manufacturer’s warranty.
6. The warranties contained in clauses 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 above are conditional on the purchaser, during the relevant Warranty
period:
a. delivering to Macnaught a detailed notice setting out full details of any defect in any product and
details of the date and place of purchase (together with copies of purchase receipts and/or
other supporting documents), and
b. at the purchaser’s own cost, returning the defective product to the nearest
authorised Macnaught service centre.
7. Subject to compliance by the purchaser with clause 6, Macnaught shall, at its option, repaire or replaice any product
or component found defective by its inspection by reason of faulty materials or workmanship of Macnaught.
8. This Warranty does not cover the failure of products, parts or components which, in the sole judgment of the Macnaught,
arises other than from faulty materials or workmaship of Macnaught, incuding misuse, abrasion,corrosion, negligence,
accident, substitution of non-Macnaught parts, unauthorised modification, improrer use, storage or handling, faulty installation or tampering by the purchaser or any third party.
9. If Macnaught’s inspection discloses no defect in material or workmanship, repair or replacement and return (at
Macnaught’s sole option) will be made at customary charges, which will be advised to the purchaser.
10. Macnaught’s liability and the purchaser’s rights under this Warranty shall be limited to the repair or replacement of
defective products or components and particular, shall not extend to any direct, special, indirect or consequential damage
or losses of any other warranties.
11. The foregoing Warranty supersedes, voids and is in lieu of any other warranties.
This Warranty does not form part of, nor does it constitute, a contract between Macnaught and the end-user or purchaser.
It is additional to any warranty given by the seller of the products. This Warranty does not exlude, limit, ristrict or modify
the non-excludable rights or remedies conferred upon the end-user or purchaser, or the non-excludable duties or liabilities
imposed on the seller or Macnaught, by Part V, Division 2, 2A, and Part VA of the Trade Act1974 (Commonwelth) or other
rights conferred on the end-user or purchaser or duties or liabilities imposed upon Macnaught.
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Appendix for CE Certification for
Macnaught Ratio oil pumps (Models R500 and R1000)
Read this information carefully before use. Your safety is
important to us. Please read and follow all operating and safety
instructions listed below. Make sure all operators have
adequate access to the following instructions.
(ENGLISH)
TG030
0908
0001
B)
Remove the bung adapter assembly from the pump and screw it
into the drum/tank opening. Carefully lower the pump through the
bung adapter and tighten the ring nut firmly.
C)
Connect the appropriate hose and / or dispensing equipment to
your pump outlet,
D)
Before connecting the air supply, the user should add a ‘stop’
compressed air cock.
CAUTION
Do not exceed the maximum recommended air inlet pressure of
1035 kPa / 150 psi / 10.3 bar. The pump requires a minimum air
inlet pressure of 400 kPa / 60 psi / 4 bar and we recommend that
you operate the unit at 690 kPa / 100psi / 6.9 bar.
Note: The air cock must be a ¼” turn type ( allowing quick closure ) and
should be located close to the body of the pump and be easily recognized.
Do not hit the unit if it fails to operate.
Operation
Use suitable thread sealant ( eg. Teflon tape ) on all screwed fittings, but
do not over tighten to avoid component damage.
A)
The ratio oil pumps are fitted with a pressure release valve. This unique
feature will protect the pump and the system against damage created by
excessive pressure, possibly caused by thermal expansion.
Never allow any part of the human body to come in front of, or in
direct contact with a material outlet. Never point the nozzle of
the gun at yourself or anyone else.
Most accidents occur because of component rupture. Be certain that any
and all system components will withstand the pressures being developed.
Never exceed the pressure rating of any component installed in the
system.
Weak, worn or damaged hoses are also a hazard. Before each use check
hoses for signs of wear, leaks or loose fittings. Tighten all fluid connections regularly and replace weak or damaged hose. Your personal safety
and well being are at stake.
Before attempting any maintenance or repairs of this product, disconnect the air supply and release the oil line pressure by squeezing the hand
piece / gun trigger.
Assembly
A)
Measure the depth of the drum/tank and attach the appropriate
length of threaded pipe to the inlet of the pumps (R500S
and R1000S). Alternatively there are a range of telescopic suction
tubes available from Macnaught on request. Inlet connections:
R500S: 1” BSP ( 1” NPT USA/Canada ),R1000S
1” BSP ( 1” NPT USA/ Canada ).
Ensure that the drum or tank is ‘vented’.
B)
Partially open the on/off air valve, the pump will proceed to prime
automatically.
C)
When the oil delivery outlet/nozzle is opened the pump will
automatically start.
D)
Adjust the on/off air valve to regulate the flow. Close the delivery
outlet/nozzle to stop flow
CAUTION
Do not run the pump dry. Remember to switch the air supply to the
pump if not using for an extended period of time.(eg. At the end of each
working day)
CAUTION
Before carrying out any maintenance disconnect the air supply
and release the fluid pressure in the system Inspect your oil
pump and associated hoses weekly for any signs of damage.
Replace any suspect or damaged parts or components as
required.
Specifications
Maximum Air Pressure
Minimum Air Pressure
Typical Air Consumption
Noise Level
Air Inlet
Pump Outlet
Pump Ratio
Bung Adaptor
Maximum Static Head
Output (at the pump)
Fluids Handled
Cunstruction
Manufacture Date
R500
R1000
1035 kPa / 150 psi / 10.3 bar
400kPa / 60 psi / 4 bar
18cfm @ 690kPa / 100 psi / 6.9 bar
88 Db @ 2 meters
¼” (F)* See Below
3/4” (F) * See Below
5:1 Ratio
2” (M)
500m ( 1600ft)
28 liters / 7.4 US gallons per minute
(SAE 10 oil @ 690 kPa / 100 psi / 6.9 bar)
Mineral based oils (eg. Engine oils, gear oils, hydraulic
Oils) up to SAE 140
Wetted Components: Zinc, Carbon Steel, Aluminium,
Brass, Nitrile Rubber,
1035 kPa / 150 psi / 10.3 bar
400kPa / 60 psi / 4 bar
18cfm @ 690kPa / 100 psi / 6.9 bar
88 Db @ 2 meters
¼” (F)* See Below
3/4” (F) * See Below
10:1 Ratio
2” (M)
1000m ( 3200ft)
15 liters / 3.69 US gallons per minute
(SAE 10 oil @ 690 kPa / 100 psi / 6.9 bar)
Mineral based oils (eg. Engine oils, gear oils, hydraulic
Oils) up to SAE 140
Wetted Components: Zinc, Carbon Steel, Aluminium,
Brass, Nitrile Rubber,
Week / Year located next to the oil outlet
Week / Year located next to the oil outlet
*These threads are NPT (National Pipe Thread) in the USA/Canada and BSP (British Standard Pipe Thread) for all other countries, unless specified other.
Annexe pour la conformité de la CE pour Pompes
d’huile de rapport de Macnaught (modèles R500 et R1000)
Lire cette information soigneusement avant l’emploi. Votre
sûreté est importante pour nous. Lire et veuillez suivre toutes
les opération et instructions de sûreté indiquées ci-dessous.
S’assurent tous les conducteurs avoir accès adéquat aux instructions suivantes.
(FRENCH)
B ) Enlever l’adaptateur de bondon de la pompe et le visser dans
l’ouverture de drum/tank. Abaisser soigneusement pomper par
l’adaptateur de bondon et serrer l’écrou d’anneau ferme.
C ) Brancher le boyau approprié et/ou l’équipement dispensant à votre
sortie de pompe.
D) Avant de brancher l’air, l’usager devrait ajouter un ‘ arrêt ‘ a
comprimé le robinet d’air.
ATTENTION
Ne pas excéder la pression recommandée maximum d’entrée
d’air 1035kPa / 150psi / 10.3bar. La pompe exige une pression
minimum d’entrée d’air 400kPa / 60psi / 4bar, et nous
recommandons que vous actionnez l’unité à la barre 690 kPa /
100psi / 6.9 bar.
Ne pas heurter l’unité si elle ne fonctionne pas.
Employer la puate d’étanchéité appropriée de filet (par exemple. La
bande de teflon) sur toutes les garnitures baisées, mais au-dessus de de
serrage pour éviter des dommages constitutifs.
Le pompe d’huile de rapport de 5:1/10:1 a été équipée d’une soupape de
desserrage de pression. Cette caractéristique unique protégera la pompe
et le système contre des dommages produits par la pression excessive,
probablement provoquée par dilatation thermique.
Ne jamais permettre à n’importe quelle partie du corps humain
de venir devant, ou en le contact direct avec une sortie
matérielle. Ne jamais diriger le gicleur du canon à vous-même
ou à n’importe qui autrement.
La plupart des accidents se produisent en raison de la rupture constitutive. Être certain qu’et tous les composants de système en supporteront
les pressions étant développées. Ne jamais excéder l’estimation de
pression de n’importe quel composant installé dans le système.
Les faibles, usés ou endommagés boyaux sont également un risque. Avant
que boyaux de chaque vérification d’utilisation pour des signes d’usage,
de fuites ou de garnitures desserrées. Serrer tous les raccordements liquides
régulièrement et remplacer le faible ou endommagé boyau. Votre sûreté
et bien-être personnels sont en jeu.
Avant d’essayer tout l’entretien ou réparations de ce produit, débrancher
l’air et réduire la pression de ligne d’huile en serrant le déclenchement de
pièce de main / canon.
Note: Le robinet de dégagement d’air doit être ¼”un type de tour
(permettant la fermeture rapide) et devrait être situé près du corps de la
pompe et être facilement décelé.
Fonctionnement
A)
S’assurer que le tambour ou le réservoir ‘ est exhalé ‘.
B ) Ouvrir partiellement la soupape à air “Marche/Arrêt”, la pompe
effectuera à la perfection automatiquement.
C ) Quand la distribution outlet/nozzle d’huile est ouverte la pompe
démarrera automatiquement.
D) Régler la soupape à air “Marche/Arrêt” pour régler l’écoulement.
Clôturer la distribution outlet/nozzle pour arrêter l’écoulement
ATTENTION
Ne pas mettre en marche la pompe sèche rappellent de commuter l’air
à la pompe sinon employant pendant une période prolongée de caler
(par exemple. À la fin de chaque jour ouvrable)
ATTENTION
Avant d’effectuer n’importe quel entretien débrancher l’air et
réduire la pression du liquide dans le système Inspecter votre
pompe d’huile et boyaux associés par semaine pour assurer tous
les signes des dommages. Remplacer tous les suspect ou pièces
ou composants endommagés comme requis.
Assemblée
A)
Mesurer la profondeur du drum/tank et fixer la longueur appropriée
de la pipe filetée à l’admission des pompes (R500S / R1000S).
Alternativement il y a une gamme des tubes télescopiques
d’aspiration fournis par Macnaught sur demande). Raccordements
d’admission: R500S: 1 ”BSP (1” NPT, USA Canada), R1000S
1”BSP (1” NPT Etats-Unis / Canada),
Caractéristiques
Pression atmosphérique Maximum
Pression atmosphérique Minimum
Consommation Typique D’Air
Niveau De Bruit
Entrée D’Air
Sortie De Pompe
Rapport De Pompe
Adaptateur De Bondon
Tête Statique Maximum
Rendement (à la pompe)
Liquides Manipulés
Cunstruction
Date De Fabrication
R500
R1000
1035 kPa / 150 psi / 10.3 bar
400kPa / 60 psi / 4 bar
18cfm @ 690kPa / 100 psi / 6,9 bar
DB 88 @ 2 mètres
¼”(F)* Voient Ci-après
3/4 ”(f) * Voir ci-dessous
rapport de 5:1
2 ”(m)
500m (1600ft)
28 litres / 7.4 gallons des USA par minute
(huile de SAE 10 @ 690 kPa / 100 psi / 6.9 bar)
Le minerai a basé des huiles (par exemple. Huiles à moteur,
huiles de vitesse, hydrauliques Huiles) jusqu’ à SAE 140
Composants Mouillés: Zinc, Acier Du Carbone, Aluminium,
Laiton, Caoutchouc De Nitriles,
1035 kPa / 150 psi / 10.3 bar
400kPa / 60 psi / 4 bar
18cfm @ 690kPa / 100 psi / 6,9 bar
DB 88 @ 2 mètres
¼”(F)* Voient Ci-après
3/4 ”(f) * Voir ci-dessous
rapport de 10:1
2 ”(m)
1000m (3200ft)
15 litres / 3.69 gallons des USA par minute
(huile de SAE 10 @ 690 kPa / 100 psi / 69 bar)
Le minerai a basé des huiles (par exemple. Huiles à moteur,
huiles de vitesse, hydrauliques Huiles) jusqu’ à SAE 140
Composants Mouillés: Zinc, Acier Du Carbone, Aluminium,
Laiton, Caoutchouc De Nitriles,
Semaine / année située à côté de la sortie d’huile
Semaine / année située à côté de la sortie d’huile
les filets de *These sont NPT (filet national de pipe) dans l’USACanada et le BSP (filet normal britannique de pipe)pour tous autres pays, à moins que ce ne soit indiqué autre.
Anhang für CER-Bescheinigung für
Verhältnis-Ölpumpen Macnaught (Modelle R500 und R1000)
Diese Informationen vor Gebrauch sorgfältig lesen. Ihre
Sicherheit ist zu uns wichtig. Alles Funktionieren und
Sicherheitsvorschriften bitte lesen und befolgen nachstehend
aufgeführt. Überprüfen alle Operatoren, ausreichenden
Zugang zur folgenden Ausbildung zu haben.
(GERMAN)
B ) Den Pfropfenadapter von der Pumpe entfernen und ihn in die
drum-tanköffnung schrauben.
Sorgfältig senken durch den
Pfropfenadapter pumpenund die Ringmutter fest festziehen.
C ) Den passenden Schlauch und/oder die zugeführte Ausrüstung an Ihren
Pumpenanschluß anschließen,
D) Bevor er die Druckluftversorgung anschließt, sollte der Benutzer
einen ‘ Anschlag ‘ hinzufügen zusammendrückte Lufthahn.
VORSICHT
Den maximalen empfohlenen Lufteinlaufdruck 1035 kPa / 150
psi / 10.3 bar, nicht überschreiten. Die Pumpe erfordert einen
minimaler Lufteinlaufdruck 400 kPa / 60 psi / 4 bar, und wir
empfehlen, daß Sie die Maßeinheit bei 690 kPa / 100psi / 6.9 bar,
laufen lassen.
Anmerkung: Der Lufthahn muß ein Drehung¼”baumuster sein (schnelles
Schliessen erlaubend) und sollte nah an der Karosserie der Pumpe sich
befinden und leicht erkannt werden.
BETRIEB
Die Maßeinheit nicht schlagen, wenn sie funktionieren nicht kann.
A)
Geeignete Gewindedichtungsmasse benutzen (z.B.. Teflonklebeband) auf
allen geschraubten Befestigungen, aber nicht über ziehen fest, um
Teilbeschädigung zu vermeiden.
Diese 5:1 / 10:1 Verhältnis-Ölpumpe ist mit einem Druckfreigabeventil
befestigt worden. Diese einzigartige Eigenschaft schützt die Pumpe und
die Anlage gegen die Beschädigung, die durch den übermäßigen Druck
verursacht wird, vielleicht verursacht durch thermische Expansion.
Irgendeinem Teil des menschlichen Körpers nie erlauben, vor
oder in direktem Kontakt mit einem materiellen Anschluß zu
kommen. Die Düse des Injektors nie auf selbst oder jedermann
sonst zeigen.
Die meisten Unfälle treten wegen des Teilabbruchs auf. Sicher sein, daß
irgendwelche und alle Anlagebauteile den Drücken widerstehen, die sich
entwickelt werden. Die Druckbewertung jedes möglichen Bauteils nie
überschreiten, das in die Anlage angebracht wird.
Schwache, getragene oder beschädigte Schläuche sind auch eine Gefahr.
Bevor Schläuche jedes Gebrauchchecks für Zeichen der Abnützung, der
Lecks oder der losen Befestigungen. Alle flüssigen Anschlüsse regelmäßig
festziehen und schwachen oder beschädigten Schlauch ersetzen. Ihre
persönliche Sicherheit und Wohl stehen auf dem Spiel.
Bevor Sie irgendeine Wartung oder Reparaturen dieses Produktes
versuchen, die Druckluftversorgung trennen und den Ölliniendruck
freigeben, indem Sie den Auslöser des Handstückes / Injektor
zusammendrücken.
Montage
A)
Sicherstellen, daß die Trommel oder das Becken ‘ gelüftet ist ‘.
B ) Das AN/AUS-Druckluftventil teilweise öffnen, die Pumpe fortfährt
zur höchsten Vollkommenheit automatisch.
C ) Wenn die Ölanlieferung outlet/nozzle geöffnet ist, beginnt die Pumpe
automatisch.
D) Das AN/AUS-Druckluftventil einstellen, um den Fluß zu regulieren.
Die Anlieferung outlet/nozzle schließen, um Fluß zu stoppen
VORSICHT
Die trockene Pumpe nicht laufen lassen sich erinnern, die
Druckluftversorgung zur Pumpe beim Verwenden zu schalten nicht
während einer ausgedehnten Periode von Zeit festsetzen (z.B.. Am Ende
jedes Arbeitstages)
VORSICHT
Bevor
Sie
irgendeine
Wartung
durchführen,
die
Druckluftversorgung trennen und den flüssigen Druck in der
Anlage freigeben Ihre Ölpumpe und dazugehörigen Schläuche
auf alle mögliche Zeichen der Beschädigung wöchentlich
überprüfen. Allen möglichen Verdächtigen oder beschädigten
Teile oder Elemente ersetzen, wie gefordert.
Die Tiefe des drum/tank messen und die passende Länge des verlegten
Rohres zum Eingang der Pumpen anbringen (R500S / R1000S).
Wechselweise es gibt eine Strecke der teleskopischen
Absaugungschläuche, die von Macnaught auf Antrag vorhanden
sind). Eingangsanschlüsse: R500S: 1”BSP (1 ”NPT USA/Canada),
R1000S 1”BSP (1”NPT USA /Canada),
Spezifikationen
Maximaler Luftdruck
Minimaler Luftdruck
Typischer LuftVerbrauch
Geräuschpegel
Lufteinlauf
PumpenAnschluß
PumpenVerhältnis
PfropfenAdapter
Maximaler Statischer Kopf
Ausgang (an der Pumpe)
Flüssigkeiten Angefaßt
Cunstruction
HerstellungsDatum
R500
R1000
1035 kPa / 150 psi / 10.3 bar
400 kPa / 60 psi / 4 bar
18cfm @ 690 kPa / 100 psi / 6.9 bar
DB 88 @ 2 Meter
¼”(F)* Sehen Unten
3/4 ”(f) * Unten sehen
5:1 Verhältnis
2 ”(M)
500m (1600ft)
28 Liter / 7.4 US-Gallonen pro Minute
(Öl SAE 10 @ 690 kPa / 100 psi / 6.9 bar)
Mineral gründete Öle (z.B.. Motoröle, Gangöle, hydraulisch
Öle) bis zu SAE 140
Naßgemachte Bauteile: Zink, Kohlenstoffstahl, Aluminium,
Messing, NitrilGummi,
1000 kPa / 150 psi / 10.3 bar
400 kPa / 60 psi / 4 bar
18cfm @ 690 kPa / 100 psi / 6.9 bar
DB 88 @ 2 Meter
¼”(F)* Sehen Unten
3/4 ”(f) * Unten sehen
10:1 Verhältnis
2 ”(M)
1000m (3200ft)
15 Liter / 3.69 US-Gallonen pro Minute
(Öl SAE 10 @ 690 kPa / 100 psi / 6.9 bar)
Mineral gründete Öle (z.B.. Motoröle, Gangöle, hydraulisch
Öle) bis zu SAE 140
Naßgemachte Bauteile: Zink, Kohlenstoffstahl, Aluminium,
Messing, NitrilGummi,
Woche / Jahr gelegen nahe bei dem Ölanschluß
Woche / Jahr gelegen nahe bei dem Ölanschluß
*These-Gewinde sind NPT (nationales Rohrgewinde) im USA/Canada und im BSP (britisches Standardrohrgewinde) für alle weiteren Länder, wenn nicht anders angegeben
anderes.
Apéndice para la certificación del CE para Bombas
del aceite del cociente de Macnaught (modelos R500 y R1000)
Lea esta información cuidadosamente antes del uso. Su
seguridad es importante para nosotros. Lea y siga por favor
todo el funcionamiento e instrucciones de seguridad
enumerados abajo. Se cercioran de todos los operadores tener
acceso adecuado a las instrucciones siguientes.
PRECAUCIÓN
(SPANISH)
B ) Quite el montaje del adaptador del tapón de la bomba y atorníllelo
en laabertura de drum/tank. Baje cuidadosamente bombee a través del
adaptadordel tapón y apriete la tuerca del anillo firmemente.
C ) Conecte el manguito apropiado y/o el equipo que dispensa con su
enchufe de la bomba,
D) Antes de conectar el suministro de aire, el usuario debe agregar una
‘parada ‘ comprimió el martillo del aire.
No exceda la presión recomendada máxima de la entrada de aire
1035 kPa/ 150 psi / 10.3 bar. La bomba requiere una presión
minima de la entrada de aire 400 kPa / 60 psi / 4 bar y
recomendamos que usted funciona la unidad en 690 kPa / 100psi
/ 6,9 bar.
Nota: El martillo de aire debe ser ¼”un tipo de la vuelta (que permite el
encierro rápido) y debe ser situado cerca de la carrocería de la bomba y ser
reconocido fácilmente.
No golpee la unidad si no puede funcionar.
OPERACIÓN
Utilice el sellante conveniente del hilo de rosca (eg. La cinta del Teflon)
en todas las guarniciones atornilladas, pero concluído no aprieta para
evitar el daño componente.
Esta bomba del aceite del cociente de 5:1/ 10:1 se ha ajustado con una
válvula del lanzamiento de la presión. Esta característica única protegerá
la bomba y el sistema contra el daño creado por la presión excesiva,
causada posiblemente por la extensión termal.
A) Asegúrese de que el tambor o el tanque ‘ esté expresado ‘.
B) Abra parcialmente la válvula de aire con./desc., la bomba procederá
a la prima automáticamente.
C) Cuando se abre la entrega outlet/nozzle del aceite la bomba
comenzará automáticamente.
Nunca permita que cualquier parte del cuerpo humano venga
delante, o en del contacto directo con un enchufe material. Nunca
señale la boquilla del arma en se o cualquier persona .
D) Ajuste la válvula de aire con./desc. para regular el flujo.
entrega outlet/nozzle para parar el flujo
La mayoría de los accidentes ocurren debido a la ruptura componente.
Esté seguro que cualesquiera y todos los componentes del sistema
soportarán las presiones que son convertidas. Nunca exceda el grado de
la presión de cualquier componente instalado en el sistema.
PRECAUCIÓN
Los manguitos débiles, usados o dañados son también un peligro. Antes
de que manguitos de cada verificación del uso para las muestras del desgaste,
de los escapes o de las guarniciones flojas. Apriete todas las conexiones
flúidas regularmente y substituya el manguito débil o dañado. Su seguridad
y bienestar personales son en juego.
Antes de procurar cualquier mantenimiento o reparaciones de este
producto, desconecte el suministro de aire y libre la presión de la línea
del aceite exprimiendo el disparador del pedazo / arma de la mano.
ASAMBLEA
A)
Cierre la
No funcione la bomba seca recuerdan cambiar el suministro de aire a la
bomba si no usa por un período extendido de mida el tiempo (eg. En el
final de cada día laborable)
PRECAUCIÓN
Antes de realizar cualquier mantenimiento desconecte el
suministro de aire y libre la presión del líquido en el sistema
Revise su bomba del aceite y manguitos asociados semanalmente
para saber si hay cualquier muestra del daño. Substituya a
cualquier sospechoso o piezas o componente dañadas según lo
requerido.
Mida la profundidad del drum/tank y una la longitud apropiada de la
pipa roscada a la entrada de las bombas (R500S / 1000S)
Alternativomente hay una gama de los tubos telescópicos de la
succión disponibles de Macnaught a petición. Conexiones de la
entrada: R500S: 1 ”BSP (1 ” NPT USA/Canada), R1000S 1”BSP
(1 ”NPT, USA / Canadá),
Especificaciones
R500
Presión De Aire Máxima
Presión De Aire Mínima
Consumición Típica Del Aire
Nivel De ruidos
Entrada De Aire
Enchufe De la Bomba
Cociente De la Bomba
Adaptador Del Tapón
Carga Estática Máxima
Salida (en la bomba)
Líquidos Manejados
Cunstruction
Fecha De la Fabricación
R1000
1035 kPa / 150 psi / 10.3 bar
1035 kPa / 150 psi / 10.3 bar
400 kPa / 60 psi / 4 bar
400kPa / 60 psi / 4 bar
el 18cfm @ 690kPa / 100 psi / 6.9 bar
el 18cfm @ 690kPa / 100 psi / 6.9 bar
DB 88 @ 2 metros
DB 88 @ 2 metros
¼”(F)* Ven Abajo
¼”(F)* Ven Abajo
3/4 ”(f) * Vea abajo
3/4 ”(f) * Vea abajo
cociente de 10:1
cociente de 5:1
2 ”(m)
2 ”(m)
los 1000m (los 3200ft)
el 500m (los 1600ft)
25 litros / 6,5 galones de los US. por el minuto
28 litros / 7.4 galones de los US. por el minuto
(aceite del SAE 10 @ 690 kPa / 100 psi / 6.9 bar)
(aceite del SAE 10 @ 690 kPa / 100 psi / 6.9 bar)
El mineral basó los aceites (eg. Aceites de motor, aceites del engranaje,El mineral basó los aceites (eg. Aceites de motor, aceites del engranaje,
hidráulicos Aceites) hasta SAE 140
hidráulicos Aceites) hasta SAE 140
Componentes Mojados: Cinc, Acero De Carbón, Aluminio,
Componentes Mojados: Cinc, Acero De Carbón, Aluminio,
Latón, Caucho Del Nitrile,
Latón, Caucho Del Nitrile,
Semana / año situado al lado del enchufe del aceite
Semana / año situado al lado del enchufe del aceite
los hilos de rosca de *These son NPT (hilo de rosca nacional de la pipa) en el USA/Canada y el BSP (hilo de rosca estándar británico de la pipa) para el resto de los países, a menos que se especifique
otro.
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