panther® series pumps

panther® series pumps
SERVICE BULLETIN SB1037
Rev J 1/11
®
PANTHER® SERIES PUMPS
5:1 RATIO, MODEL 1130-011
3:1 RATIO, MODEL 1130-010
Thoroughly read and understand this manual before
installing, operating or servicing this equipment.
OPERATION, INSTALLATION,
MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR GUIDE
General Safety
Thoroughly read and understand this manual
before installing, operating or servicing the
described products.
Because this pump can be incorporated into a pressurized
systems, the following safety
precautions should be observed.
Check equipment regularly and repair or
replace worn and damaged parts.
EXAMPLE: 5:1 Pump Ratio x 100 psi air
pressure = 500 psi fluid pressure at stall.
Never alter or modify any parts of this pump,
doing so may cause damage to pump and/or
personal injury.
! WARNING
Under no circumstances should the dispensing
valve be aimed at any person at any time.
Personal injury may result.
THIS PUMP CONTAINS ALUMINUM AND ZINC PARTS. DO NOT use 1-1-1
Trichloroethane, methylene chloride or other
halogenated hydrocarbon solvents or fluids
containing such solvents in this pump. Use
of these solvents/fluids may result in a
violent chemical reaction, causing serious
bodily injury, property damage or death. All
fluids used in this pump must be chemically
compatible with the wetted parts materials
shown on page two (2) of this manual.
Consult your chemical supplier to ensure
compatibility.
Release pressures built up in the system
before any service or repair is begun. See the
pressure relief procedure below.
Do not operate this pump above 150 PSI
(10.3 BAR) air inlet pressure or 200 cycles per
minute.
Always read and follow the fluid manufacturer’s
recommendations regarding the use of
protective eye wear, clothing and respirators.
!
WARNING
WARNING: The Panther®
5:1 p u m p ( 1 1 3 0 - 0 1 1 )
develops 625 psi (43.1 Bar) maximum
working pressure and the Panther ® 3:1
pump (1130-010) develops 375 psi (26 Bar)
maximum working pressure at 125 psi (8.6
Bar) maximum inlet air pressure and stall
conditions. Be sure that any components
or accessories used in the system are rated
to withstand this pressure. To determine
fluid output pressure at stall conditions,
multiply the ratio of the pump by the air
pressure being used.
IMPORTANT
!
!
WARNING
!
Pressure Relief Procedure:
WARNING
DANGER: Not for use with
fluids that have a flash point
below 100°F (38°C). Examples:
gasoline, alcohol. Sparking could
result in an explosion which could result in
death.
Follow this procedure whenever you shut off
the pump, when checking or servicing any part
of the system and when installing, cleaning or
changing any part of the system.
1) Disconnect the air to the pump.
2) Point dispensing valve away from
yourself and others.
3) Open dispensing valve until
pressure is relieved.
!
WARNING
In the presence of explosive
vapors, take action to prevent
static sparking. Failure to
ground the pump, piping, valves, containers, or
other miscellaneous equipment can result in fire or
explosion. A green grounding lug is provided on the
pump.
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Table of Contents
Cover............................................................... 1
General Safety Information............................. 2
Product Description......................................... 3
Technical Data................................................. 3
Pump Installation............................................. 4
Preventive Maintenance.................................. 4
Operation......................................................... 5
Pump Repair/Servicing.................................... 5
Troubleshooting Guide.................................... 7
Parts List.................................................... 8-13
Parts Diagram............................................ 8-13
Warranty Statement....................................... 14
Product Description
The 5:1 ratio Panther® pump is suitable for simultaneous fluid distribution of up to four dispense
points, or for pumping to distances of up to 750 feet. The 3:1 ratio Panther® can service as many
as five dispense points at up to 500 feet.
The Panther's air motor features a precision air reversing valve mechanism with dual valve ports
for improved high speed breathing. It also contains a positive trip detent spool mechanism that
eliminates stalling (blowing air) when the pump is caught between strokes. It has a simple yet
durable construction with all internal parts lubricated at the factory using a life-tested synthetic
grease (Balcrank® P/N 826733). This grease coats all internal parts and repels air line moisture
to inhibit corrosion.
The Panther® pumping assembly features a nitrided steel pump rod and foot valve for superior wear
and corrosion resistance. The pump's exterior is constructed from aircraft grade extruded aluminum
for an outstanding strength-to weight ratio. The pump also has high quality Buna-N seals and is
packaged in a pump that has proven reliable yet easy to service and maintain.
Technical Data
Pressure Ratio
Air Motor, Effective Dia.
Stroke
Air Motor Displacement
Cycles per Gallon
Maximum Flow Rate
Operating Air Pressure Range
Recommend Operating Range
Air Consumption, @ 100 psi Air1
Fluid Suction Lift
Model 1130-010
Model 1130-011
3:1
2.44"
3.0"
28.86 in3
28
8.5 GPM
10-125 psi
(.69-8.6 Bar)
40-125 psi
(2.8-8.6 Bar)
38 SCFM
20 In. Hg.
5:1
2.44"
3.0"
28.86 in3
44
7.0 GPM
10-125 psi
(.69-8.6 Bar)
40-125 psi
(2.8-8.6 Bar)
45.6 SCFM
20 In. Hg.
Common Specifications:
Port Sizes: Fluid Inlet 1" NPTF/1-1/2" NPTM, Fluid outlet 1/2" NPT, Air inlet 1/4" NPT
Wetted Parts: Nickel Plated Steel, Nitrided Steel, Brass, Aluminum, Buna-NTM
Compatible Fluids: Petroleum and synthetic motor oils, gear oil, ATF, hydraulic oil
1. Air consumption varies with pump speed.
3
Attach the air nipple to the air inlet port of the
Panther pump. During assembly of the air supply
line, be sure to blow out all foreign materials
before making connection to the pump.
Pump Installation
After removing the pump from its shipping
carton, attach a suitable suction tube or hose to
the pump fluid entry port.
!
!
Balcrank recommends that an air line lubricator
be used with turbine oil (viscosity 150-170 SSU
@ 100 0 F) and set at a maximum oil feed rate of
2 drops per minute of pump operation.
WARNING: Attach a proper ground
wire to the Panther's grounding lug
(item 11, pg. 8) before starting the
pump.
The pump air motor has been coated with a
special synthetic grease at initial assembly
(available as Balcrank P/N 826733) and does
not require additional greasing except during
reassembly after a repair.
CAUTION: Performance will be
affected by a suction path seal that
is not air tight.
If mounting to a reservoir bung port, thread the
pump bung adapter into the bung thread on the
fluid reservoir, lower the pump into the mounted
bung adapter, then tighten. The suction tube
should be submerged in the tank liquid and
should reach to within 1 to 2 inches from the
bottom of the reservoir.
!
Preventive Maintenance
The Panther® Pump has been designed to operate dependably with little required maintenance.
However, to ensure pump longevity, the following
should be observed:
If mounting onto a wall bracket, place the pump
in the bung-mount adapter provided on the
bracket, then tighten the adapter clamping
threads. Attach a wall mount Suction Assembly
Kit to the pump, then lower the suction tube
into the reservoir, adjusting height to set the
end of the tube 1 to 2 inches above the bottom
of the reservoir.
!
WARNING: Attach a proper ground
wire to the Panther's grounding lug
(item 11, pg. 8) before starting the
pump.
 Keep the fluid free of trash and debris.
Periodically check the pump inlet for foreign
matter and clean when necessary.
CAUTION: Always tighten pump down
securely to avoid damage to the
fluid reservoir, the pump, and nearby
equipment. Be sure to use only the
specified bung adapter.
 Run the pump at the minimum pressure
required to achieve the desired flow
rate (less than 125 psi and 200 cyc/min
recommended).
 Ensure the pump receives clean, moisture
Provide a drop-tee fitting, 1/4" size or larger, in
the nearby air supply pipeline. From that tee,
install the following pump air line assembly:
 pipe bushing or adapter (to bring the line
drop size to 1/4" male)
 1/4" pipe drop to pump level
 1/4" pipe elbow
 1/4"-1/2" shutoff ball valve (having an air
relief vent when closed)
 1/4"-1/2" F-R-L
 1/4" x 3 ft. air hose
 1/4" air line coupler and nipple.
free air. Check and maintain the system's
air filter on a regular basis.
 Although the air motor is coated with
synthetic grease upon factory assembly
and can run without lubricated air, Balcrank
recommends an in-line F.R.L. be installed in
the pumping system.
 Never let the pump run dry of the fluid being
pumped.
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Pump Operation
!
!
Pump Repair/Servicing
CAUTION: Always read and follow
fluid manufacturers' recommendations
regarding proper use of protective eye
wear, clothing and respirators.
It is imperative to maintain pump concentricity
when reassembling the Panther pump.
This can be achieved by reassembling the
pump ONLY in a vertical position; preferably
cap‑down on a work bench.
CAUTION: Read all limitations which
apply to selection of fluids which may
be pumped by this product. Do not
pump a fluid which is not specified to
be compatible.
!
To Start Pump:
1. Immerse the pump's suction tube or fluid
inlet into the fluid to be pumped.
2. Connect the air coupler to the pump and
turn the air regulator to the minimum
setting.
Pump Disassembly / Reassembly: Using
a soft jaw vise or a suitable fixture, clamp the
pump vertically on the upper body (4). If a vise
is unavailable, simply place the pump cap-down
on a work bench. Refer to illustrations on pages
8 thru 13 to aid in servicing the pump.
3. Direct pump outlet hose into an approved
waste oil container.
4.
5.
Slowly adjust the air regulator until the
pump is primed and running smoothly.
Be sure all air has been purged from the
system. The pump should prime in less
than 30 seconds.
Removing the Air Motor: With a pipe or
strap wrench, remove tube (13) from adapter
(9). Remove nuts (10) from the adapter (9). Pull
adapter (9) down approx. 2 inches from lower
body (7). Unhook the tee head in rod (18)
from tee slot in piston (45). Remove 4 carriage
bolts (1) from pump. While holding cap (2),
pull air motor assembly from upper body (4).
Reassemble in reverse order, using grease (p/n
826733) on all seals and o-rings.
Use the air regulator to control the pump's
speed and cycle rate. Always use the lowest
pressure required to obtain the desired flow
rate. This will increase pump and seal life.
6. Never allow a pump to be run dry of the fluid
being pumped. A dry pump quickly speeds
up, which could damage the air motor and
fluid seals. If the pump suddenly speeds
up,cut off the air supply as soon as possible
and refill the reservoir with fluid and reprime
the system.
Replacing the Air Motor Seals: Place air
motor on clean work surface with the air valve
mechanism up. With a straight screwdriver,
remove the ball detent retainers (36) from piston
(ensure the balls (38) are removed). With a
7/16" wrench, remove the two nuts (25) from
the top of the intake valve assembly. Now, hold
center rod (22) and pull valve bar assembly from
piston (40). Check for wear on all seals (34),
balls (35), and springs (26,27,37) and replace
as required. Reassemble in reverse order,
using the diagram as a guide. Use grease (p/n
826733) on all seals and o-rings.
7. Read and follow the instructions for each
component in your system.
8.
WARNING: Before beginning pump
repair, all internal pressure must be
relieved. To reduce risk of personal
injury, follow the Pressure Relief
Procedure shown on page 2 and page
6.
If the pump will be unattended for any
period of time, or to shut off the system at
the end of a work shift, always follow the
Pressure Relief Procedure on page 2 of
this manual.
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Pump Repair/Servicing
!
It is imperative to maintain pump concentricity
when reassembling the Panther pump.
This can be achieved by reassembling the
pump ONLY in a vertical position; preferably
cap‑down on a work bench.
CAUTION: Before servicing, reduce
fluid pressure to zero. For safe
handling, use the recommended
Pressure Relief Procedure.
Pressure Relief Procedure:
To reduce the risk of serious bodily injury,
including fluid injection or splashing into the
eyes and/or onto the skin, follow the procedure
below before maintaining or repairing the pump,
the solenoid, or any part of the system.
Replacing the Pump Rod Seals: Remove
foot valve (16) from fluid tube (13). Remove fluid
tube (13) from adapter (9) and slide off. With a
7/16" wrench, remove the 4 nuts (10). Slide the
adapter down about 2 inches and unhook the
rod (18) from the piston (37). Remove the fluid
rod (18) from the adapter (9). Now seals (8,
12,15, and 21) are accessible. Inspect balls (14
and 19) ; change as required. Reassemble in
reverse order. Apply grease (P/N 826733) to
seals (8 and 21) to ease assembly.
1.
Disconnect the air supply from the pump.
2.
Open the dispensing valve into an
approved waste container to relieve pressure on the system.
3.
Footvalve: With a pipe wrench, clamp to the
tube (13). Now remove foot valve (16). Remove
and inspect pin (17) for wear, straightness, etc.
Replace if required. Remove foot valve ball (14)
and seal (15), inspect, and replace if required.
Reassemble in reverse order.
Leave any bleed-type drain valves open
until you are ready to use the system
again.
NOTE: The air motor is lubricated
with a life-tested synthetic grease
(P/N 826733) at the factory. This
grease coats all parts and repels air
line moisture to inhibit corrosion.
It is imperative that any grease
removed during maintenance be
replaced afterwards. Contact your
local Balcrank distributor, using the
above part number, for replacement
grease.
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Troubleshooting Guide
NOTE: Check all other possible
causes before disassembling pump.
!
CAUTION: Before servicing, reduce
fluid supply pressure to zero.
Trouble
Pump does not operate
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
Inadequate air supply pressure or
restricted air line
Increase or clear air supply (1)
Assure air is on and valves are open
Clogged lines, hoses, valves, etc.
Open; clear (1)
Damaged air motor
Service / replace air motor
Air motor is not tripping over
Air motor seals are worn/damaged
Service / replace air motor
Air is leaking from exhaust
and or seal damage, etc.
Air motor seals are worn/damaged
Service / replace air motor
Fluid is leaking from the exhaust
Fluid seal (8) is worn/damaged
Replace
Erratic pump operation
Air entering suction line
Check for loose connections
Fluid level too low
Refill, reprime or flush
Air motor icing
Run pump at lower pressure; run at lower
cycles per minute; clean muffler (38)
Empty fluid supply
Refill, reprime or flush
Blockage in pump tube or foot valve (16)
Remove pump tube, clear blockage
Lower ball (14) is stuck in foot valve (16)
Replace ball and reseat foot valve
Lower seal (21) is worn or damaged
Replace
Fluid output on one stroke only or
continues to operate when
dispensing valve is closed
Upper ball (19) is stuck in fluid piston (20)
or one or both are damaged
Replace ball and reseat
Pump operates, but pump output
on both strokes is low
Inadequate air supply pressure or
restricted air line
Increase air supply; increase air supply size
Closed or clogged solenoid valve, meter,
dispensing valve, etc.
Clear(1)
Air inlet strainer/filter clogged
Clear(1)
Pump runs continuously
(1) Follow the Pressure Relief Procedure and disconnect the fluid line. If the pump starts when the air is turned on again,
the line, etc. is clogged.
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Parts List
Panther® 3:1 Ratio Pump
Model 1130-010
Description
Part Pak
Model
Pump
Qty
Service
Kit Qty
Part Pak
Qty
900009
Part
Number
900014
Item
1
829452
Bolt, Carriage 90041Q04
4
0
0
4
2
829808
Cap, Air Motor
1
0
0
3
829664
O-Ring, Buna N
2
2
0
4
829448
Upper Body, Air Mtr
1
0
0
5
831552
O-Ring, Buna N
1
1
0
6
829809
Seal Insert, Motor
1
0
0
7
829449
Lower Body, Air Mtr
1
0
0
8
829670
Polypak, Buna N
1
0
1
9
829464
Adapter, Fluid
1
0
0
10
829658
Lock Nut
90043Q04
4
0
04
11
831489
Grounding Lug
90042Q05
1
0
05
12
826676
Seal, Adapter 1
0
1
13
829457
Cylinder, Pump
1
0
0
14
808691
Ball
1
0
1
15
830306
Seal, Footvalve 1
0
1
16
829458
Footvalve (prior to 4/2003)
1
0
0
826060
Footvalve (after 4/2003)
1
0
0
17
829769
Pin, Stop
1
0
1
18
829466
Rod, Displacement
1
0
0
19
806962
Ball
1
0
1
20
829465
Fluid Piston
1
0
0
21
816853
O-Ring, Buna N
1
0
1
Note: Replacement parts can be sold as individual parts (items listed with part number), as
a set in Part Paks (90041Q04 for example), or in a service kit. Service kits available for the
3:1 Panther are listed below:
Service Kits:
*Air Motor Service Kit.........................900014
3:1 Fluid Service Kit...........................900009
*Air motor service kit is for both the 3:1 and 5:1 ratio pumps.
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Exploded View
Panther® 3:1 Ratio Pump
Model 1130-010
See Page 12
9
Parts List
Panther® 5:1 Ratio Pump
Model 1130-011
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
829452
829808
829664
829448
831552
829809
829449
830269
829453
829658
831489
800951
829459
806962
829893
829460
829662
829454
827761
829456
800360
Description
Part Pak
Model
Pump
QtyKit
90041Q04
4
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Service
Qty
Bolt, Carriage
Cap, Air Motor
O-Ring, Buna N
Upper Body, Air Mtr
O-Ring, Buna N
Seal Insert, Motor
Lower Body, Air Mtr
Polypak, Buna N
Adapter, Fluid
Lock Nut
Grounding Lug
Seal, Adapter
Cylinder, Pump
Ball
Seal, Footvalve
Footvalve
Pin, Stop
Rod, Displacement
Ball
Fluid Piston
O-Ring, Buna N
90043Q04
90042Q05
0
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Part Pak
Qty
900010
Part
Number
900014
Item
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
4
4
5
Note: Replacement parts can be sold as individual parts (items listed with part number), as
a set in Part Paks (90041Q04 for example), or in a service kit. Service kits available for the
5:1 Panther are listed below:
Service Kits:
*Air Motor Service Kit.........................900014
5:1 Fluid Service Kit...........................900010
*Air motor service kit is for both the 3:1 and 5:1 ratio pumps.
10
Exploded View
Panther® 5:1 Ratio Pump
Model 1130-011
See Page 12
11
Air Motor
Panther® Series Pumps
Models 1130-010 and 1130-011
23
12
Parts List
Air Motor, Panther® Series Pumps
Models 1130-010 and 1130-011
Part
Number
Description
Part Pak
Model
Pump
Qty
Service
Kit Qty
Part Pak
Qty
900014
Item
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
829447
831777
831778
831532
830240
830236
830611
808693
830612
830143
829441
830792
831551
829461
829661
805810
831553
830793
829659
829999
830791
829445
830723
Rod, Trip
Delrin, Thin
Delrin, Thick
Washer
Spring, Inner
Spring, Outer Retnr.,Spring
Nut
Bushing
Nut
Valve Bar
Valve, Exhaust
O-Ring
Retnr., Detent
Spring, Detent
Ball, Detent
O-Ring
Piston, Air
Felt, Muffler
90036Q20
Spool, Detent
Valve, Intake
Screen, Muff.
90035Q12
Coupler, Rod
1
1
1
4
2
2
2
5
4
1
1
2
4
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
4
2
2
2
5
4
1
1
2
4
2
2
2
1
0
0
20
1
2
0
20
0
Note: Replacement parts can be sold as individual parts (items listed with part
number), as a set in Part Paks (90036Q20 for example), or in a service kit. All service
kits are listed below:
Available Service Kits:
* Air Motor Service Kit.......................900014
3:1 Fluid Service Kit..........................900009
5:1 Fluid Service Kit..........................900010
* Air motor service kit is for both the 3:1 and 5:1 ratio pumps.
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Panther® Repair Kits
831014 - Complete air motor for Panther® Series pumps
1130-010 & 1130-011.
831614 - Complete air motor for Panther® HP Series
pumps.
900009 - Fluid seals kit for Panther® 1130-010 pumps.
900010 - Fluid seals kit for Panther® 1130-011 pumps.
900011 - Air motor repair kit for 1130-010 & 1130-011
Panther® pumps with Delrin inserts.
900014 - Air motor repair kit for 1130-010 & 1130-011
Panther® pumps without Delrin inserts.
900015 - Air motor repair kit for Panther® grease pumps
1150-006, 1150-007, & 1150-008. (Does not include
piston.)
900016 - Repair kit for lower assembly for Panther®
grease pumps 1150-006, 1150-007, & 1150-008.
900019 - Air motor repair kit for 1130-015 & 1130-016
Panther® pumps.
900020 - Fluid seals kit for Panther® 1130-015 pumps.
900021 - Fluid seals kit for Panther® 1130-016 pumps.
900022 - Repair kit for lower assembly for Panther® grease
pumps 1150-009, 1150-010, & 1150-011.
14
Notes:
15
For Warranty Information Visit:
www.balcrank.com
Balcrank® Corporation
115 Reems Creek Rd.
Weaverville, NC 28787
800-747-5300
Fax 800-763-0840
www.balcrank.com
Service Bulletin SB 1037
Rev J 1/11
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