Eliminator

Eliminator
Eliminator
TM
Deep Vacuum Pump
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS & PARTS MANUAL
TM
2-Stage, Direct Drive
Specifications
Models DV-3E, DV-4E, DV-6E
EXHAUST
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INTAKE
MOTOR
1/2 HP, 50 HZ, 230 volt; Capacitor
start; Automatic thermal overload
protected.
OIL FILL PLUG
Do Not Wrench
Down Or Use
Sealant On
Threads
INTAKE PORTS
1/4 x 3/8 Male Flare
FREE AIR DISPLACEMENT
CFM
Liters Per Minute
3
85
4
113
6
170
Models
DV-3E-250, DV-4E-250, DV-6E-250
MOTOR
1/2 HP, 50 HZ, 230 Volt;
Capacitor start; Automatic
thermal overload protected.
INTAKE PORTS
1/4 x 3/8 Male Flare
FREE AIR DISPLACEMENT
50 HZ
Liters Per
dual voltage
CFM Minute
4.2
5.8
8.3
119
167
237
motors available upon
request.
In order to make the best use of your
investment, familiarize yourself with the
new features and operating instructions
before starting pump. With just routine
care your Eliminator will give you years of
reliable service by following proper
maintenance guidelines. Eliminator
pumps are designed for deep vacuum
work in Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration Systems.
IMPORTANT: Use oil specifically refined
for deep vacuum pumps. Using oil not
refined for deep vacuum pumps and/or
operating with contaminated oil will void
warranty.
OIL DRAIN VALVE
Close Drain Finger Tight.
Each Eliminator pump has been factory tested to guarantee 25 micron or better and
listed CFM performance. The serial number has been recorded. Complete and mail the
Warranty Registration Card within 10 days of purchase to validate your warranty. You will
be notified of any technical updates.
25,400 Microns = 1"
IMPORTANT
This unit has been drained for shipment.
DO NOT ATTEMPT
TO OPERATE WITHOUT ADDING OIL.
OIL CAPACITY
Being just a
teaspoon low
affects the
ultimate vacuum.
CHANGING OIL
To reach deep vacuum, Eliminator pumps need
clean, moisture-free oil throughout evacuation.
Care should be taken to avoid contact on skin and clothing
when changing oil. Used oil should be disposed of in a
leakproof corrosive-resistant container.
Model DV-3E
17 oz.
Models DV-4E & DV-6E
25 oz.
Slowly add oil until oil level
rises to the top of OIL LEVEL
line. Replace oil fill plug.
If oil is too low, you will hear the exhaust baffle chatter. If the
oil level is too high, excess oil will be blown out the exhaust.
Pump oil should be changed after each use. If system is
heavily contaminated, oil may have to be changed several
times during evacuation.
OPERATION
IMPORTANT
DO NOT START PUMP BEFORE ADDING OIL
The following procedures will prevent oil from being drawn into
cartridge and creating hard start-up.
START-UP
Close both sides of manifold and make connection to vacuum
pump or auxilllary blank-off equipment. Start pump.
SHUT-DOWN
Crack open unused port to break vacuum. Allow pump to run
2-3 seconds. Shut down and remove hose connections and
cap intakes.
1. After every evacuation while pump is
warm and oil is thin, place pump on level
surface and open oil drain. Oil can be
forced from the pump by opening one
intake and partially blocking the exhaust
with a cloth while the pump is running.
Do not operate the pump for more than 5
minutes using this method.
2. Close drain. Remove oil fill cap and fill to
top of OIL LEVEL line with JB vacuum
pump oil. Replace oil fill cap.
After Evacuation, Oil
Contains Rust Forming
Water and Corrosive
Acids. Drain Immediately
While Pump Is Warm.
FLUSHING
If the oil is badly contaminated,
flushing may be necessary.
Slowly pour 1/3–1/2 cup of fresh
JB vacuum pump oil into the
intake connection while pump is running. Repeat as required
until contamination is removed from oil reservoir, pump rotors,
vanes and housing. Dispose of all oil used in flushing of pump.
Deep Vacuum Accessories
Designed for all pumps without internal blankoff valve
to isolate pump from system.
D10162
SHUT-0FF VALLVE
1/4" FE QC x 1/4" Flare
D10160
BLANKOFF MANIFOLD
VALVE
3/8" AC connection to
manifold center port. 3/8" SAE
fllare port for hose connection
from pump.
1/4" ports for refrigerant
line and micron gauge.
O-ring quick coupler valve excellent for
blnkaing off any vacuum system.
Excellent for pressure up 500 lbs.
Check our website at www.jbind.com for more product information
and download the article “Deep Vacuum Principles” under “Technical Information”
REPAIR PARTS
17
13
14
16
15
11
12
18
19
9
5
10
7
6
4
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Repair parts can be ordered
from your local JB Wholesaler.
When ordering please provide
the following information:
1
–Model number
3
–Serial number
2
–Part number and description
REF.
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
PART
NO.
PR-1*
PR-2*
PR-9
PR-10
PR-302
PR-303
PR-304
PR-216
PR-3
PR-12
PR-315
PR-208
PR-62
PR-64
DESCRIPTION
Sight Glass
Drain Valve
DV-3E Cover Assy. Includes Sight Glass
and Drain Valve
DV-4E, DV-6E Cover Assy. Includes Sight Glass and
Drain Valve
DV-3E Cartridge Complete w/O–Rings and Cover Seal
DV-4E Cartridge Complete w/O-Rings and Cover Seal
DV-6E Cartridge Complete w/O-Rings and Cover Seal
Cover Seal
Shaft Seal
O-Ring
Trap Intake O-Ring
Flexible Coupler
Pump Base (Includes Rubber Feet)
Pump Feet (Qty 2)
REF.
NO.
PART
NO.
PR-207
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
♦
PR-206
PR-31
PR-54
PR-63
NFT5-4
NFT5-6
PR-205
PR-22
PR-39
PR-18
DESCRIPTION
1/2 HP, 115/230V, 50/60 HZ Motor w/Line Cord
& Switch
1/2 HP Motor w/Line Cord & Switch
Line Cord (Emerson Motor)
Motor Switch–Rocker
Intake Tee with Cap
1/4" O-Ring Cap
3/8" O-Ring Cap
Cushioned Handle - 3/8" Nipple
Oil Fill Plug w/O-Ring
Splash Guard with Screw
Cartridge Valve Repair Kit (Not Shown)
* Coat with thread sealant when replacing
TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
Symptom
Possible Cause(s)
Corrective Action
1. Power cord not plugged in securely.
1. Plug power cord in securely.
2. Motor switch not on.
2. Turn motor switch to ON position.
3. Pump temp. below 30°F.
3. Warm up pump to 30°F & turn motor
switch on.
4. Inconsistent line voltage.
4. Line voltage must be within 10% of
115 volt.
1. Contaminated oil.
1. Change oil.
2. Oil level too low.
2. Add oil.
3. Air leak in system being evacuated.
3. Locate & repair leaks.
4. Pump inlet fittings missing or not
tightened.
4. Clean or replace O-ring.
5. Coupler slipping
5. Tighten coupler setscrews to flats of
cartridge and motor.
Oil drips from point where shaft
enters the pump housing.
Damaged oil seal.
Replace.
Pump shuts down and will not start.
Thermal overload may be open.
Disconnect pump from system. Wait about
15 minutes for motor to cool and turn it on
again. If it cycles off again, return pump to
factory for repair.
Pump cycles on and off from a
completely cold start and then runs
smoothly.
Oil backed up into cartridge and was
being cleared out. Pump has not been
shutdown properly.
1. Remove 1/4" cap.
Pump won’t start.
Pump won’t pull deep vacuum.
2. Turn pump on.
PUMP MOTOR
Pump and oil must be above 30°F. Line voltage must be equal to motor nameplate ±10%. Normal operating temperature is
approximately 160°F, which is hot to the touch. Line voltage and ambient conditions will affect this somewhat. Motor has automatic
resetting thermal overload protection. Eliminator is designed for continuous duty and will run for extended periods without overheating.
WARRANTY
Eliminator pumps are warranted against defects in materials and workmanship for 2 years. All JB products are
guaranteed when used in accordance with our directions and recommendations, and we limit this warranty to the repair,
replacement, or credit at invoice price (our option) of products which in our opinion are defective due to defects in
workmanship and/or materials. In no case will we allow charges for labor, expense or consequential damage. Repairs
performed on items out of warranty will be invoiced on a nominal basis. Contact you wholesaler for details.
Should you need further assistance,
write our Home Office or contact your
nearest JB Service Center.
Part No. 10346-308
Printed in U.S.A.
 2006 JB Industries Inc.
JB INDUSTRIES, INC.
P.O. Box 1180–Dept. 85
Aurora, Illinois 60507-1180 USA
E-mail: sales@jbind.com
Visit our web site at: www.jbind.com
Toll Free Technical Service
Number 1-800-323-0811
JB INDUSTRIES INC.
Aurora, Illinois 60505 USA
TM
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