DIAPHRAGM PUMP (99900881) - Iowa Mold Tooling Co., Inc.

DIAPHRAGM PUMP (99900881) - Iowa Mold Tooling Co., Inc.
NDP-25BAN:99900881: 20070329
Parts and Service Manual
DIAPHRAGM PUMP
NDP-25BAN-C
(IMT P/N 51714060)
IOWA MOLD TOOLING CO., INC.
BOX 189, GARNER, IA 50438-0189
TEL: 641-923-3711
TECHNICAL SUPPORT FAX: 641-923-2424
MANUAL PART NUMBER 99900881
Iowa Mold Tooling Co., Inc. is an Oshkosh Truck Corporation company.
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REVISIONS LIST
DATE
20000912
20010105
20021002
20070329
LOCATION
3-7
3-9
3-7
3-22
COVER
DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE
51714060-ADD FILTER 73052090 AND BOWL 70145917 AS REF PARTS UNDER REGULATOR
PUMP REPLACEMENT PARTS-ADD CUSHION 76395846
ECN8646-51714060-ADD BARBED NIPPLE (20) CHG DWG
ECN 9019 - CHG 4-WAY VALVE ON 51714060 PUMP ASM.
UPDATED OWNERSHIP STATEMENT
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WARNING SUMMARY
DO NOT use any liquids not compatible with pump component materials.
DO NOT over-pressurize the pump.
DO NOT modify parts of the pump.
USE ONLY factory replacement parts.
DO NOT drive pump using a combustible gas.
DO NOT place your hand on or near the pump suction line.
STOP THE PUMP IMMEDIATELY if it operates improperly. DO NOT use the pump again until
the problem has been identified and corrected.
GROUND THE PUMP, pump containers and all equipment located in the pumping area to
reduce the risk of static sparking.
IT IS THE USER’S RESPONSIBILITY to operate the pump in conformance with O.S.H.A rules
for dispensing liquids.
CLEAN THE PUMP before using. Processing lubricants can contaminate the fluid.
FOLLOW ALL ELECTRICAL AND SAFETY CODES, including the following:
Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA)
National Electrical Code
National Fire Protection Association, Inc. (NFPA)
Code 30 (Flamable and Combustible Code)
Code 77 (Static Electricity)
Code 78 (Lighting Protection)
Code 80 (Standard Method of Fire Test of Building Construction)
Code 704 (Identification of Fire Hazards of Materials)
State and Local Codes and Ordinances
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TITLE
PAGE
Section 1. INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................... 1-1
SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................................................... 1-2
PERFORMANCE DATA ............................................................................................... 1-2
Section 2. OPERATION
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION ...................................................................................... 2-1
OPERATION ................................................................................................................ 2-2
TROUBLESHOOTING CHART ................................................................................... 2-3
MIXING SOLUTION ..................................................................................................... 2-4
CONNECTING THE VALVE STEM.............................................................................. 2-4
REMOVING SOLUTION FROM TUBE-TYPE OR TUBELESS TIRE .......................... 2-4
FILLING SOLUTION FROM TUBE-TYPE OR TUBELESS TIRE ................................ 2-4
FILLING TUBE-TYPE OR TUBELESS TIRES WITH SOLUTION ............................... 2-5
LIQUID WEIGHTING OF TRACTOR TIRES ................................................................ 2-6
CHART-LIQUID WEIGHTING-FRONT TRACTOR TIRES ........................................... 2-6
CHART-LIQUID WEIGHTING-REAR TRACTOR TIRES ............................................. 2-7
Section 3. INSTALLATION, MAINTENANCE AND PARTS
INSTALLATION PROCEDURE .................................................................................... 3-1
AIR SUPPLY ................................................................................................................ 3-1
MAINTENANCE .......................................................................................................... 3-1
DISASSEMBLY AND CHECKING, BALLS & VALVE SEATS ...................................... 3-2
DISASSEMBLY AND CHECKING, DIAPHRAGMS .................................................... 3-3
MOUNTING DIAPHRAGMS ........................................................................................ 3-4
RE-ASSEMBLY OF BALLS & SEATS ......................................................................... 3-5
DISASSEMBLY AND CHECKING OF AIR VALVE ASSEMBLY .................................. 3-6
RE-ASSEMBLY OF AIR VALVE ................................................................................... 3-6
RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS LIST ..................................................................... 3-11
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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
FIGURE
TITLE
PAGE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
COMPONENT LOCATIONS ................................................................................... 1-1
REFERENCE DIMENSIONS ................................................................................. 1-1
PERFORMANCE DATA ......................................................................................... 1-2
OPERATING PRINCIPLE ...................................................................................... 2-1
CONNECTING VALVE STEM ................................................................................ 2-4
CONNECTING VALVE STEM ................................................................................ 2-4
BALL AND VALVE SEAT REFERENCE ................................................................ 3-2
DIAPHRAGM ASSEMBLY REFERENCE .............................................................. 3-3
MOUNTING RUBBER DIAPHRAGM ..................................................................... 3-4
BALL AND VALVE SEAT ASSEMBLY .................................................................... 3-5
AIR VALVE ASSEMBLY ......................................................................................... 3-6
PUMP ASSEMBLY (51714060).............................................................................. 3-7
NDP-25 PUMP REPLACEMENT PARTS .............................................................. 3-8
NDP-25 PUMP REPLACEMENT PARTS .............................................................. 3-9
CHLORIDE HOSE ASSEMBLY WITH EJECTOR (51704964)............................... 3-10
OPTION-VALVE ADAPTER GUN (79085286) ....................................................... 3-10
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SECTION 1. INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
The IMT NDP-25BAN Pump is designed for
pumping chemical liquids that are compatible
with pump component materials, such as
transfer of calcium chloride solution from tanks
to tires. See Figure 1 for general pump
components, Figure 2 for dimensional
information and Figure 3 for performance data.
FIGURE 1. COMPONENT LOCATIONS
FIGURE 2. REFERENCE DIMENSIONS
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SPECIFICATIONS
PRIMING PORT DIAMETER
1" (25MM)
MATERIAL
CASING (WETTED PARTS)
ALUMINUM ALLOY (356-T6)
DIAPHRAGM BALL
BUNA N (NBR)
FOR MATERIAL
INLET
1" NPT(F)
OUTLET
1" NPT(F)
FOR AIR
INLET
3/8" NPT(F) WITH AIR COCK
OUTLET
3/4" NPT(F) WITH MUFFLER
DISCHARGE CYCLE ( ) FOR TEFLON
0.23 GALLONS (0.17 GALLONS)
CYCLES
0~210/MIN
SIZE OF ACCEPTABLE SOLIDS IN MATERIALS
LESS THAN 3/16"
WEIGHT
28.6 LBS
PERFORMANCE DATA
Performance curves are test data based on
normal temperature (70°F) fresh water. Discharge volume and discharge head vary according to the viscosity, specific gravity, etc. of
the material to be transfered by air pressure.
FIGURE 3. PERFORMANCE DATA
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SECTION 2. OPERATION
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
The IMT NDP-25BAN Pump is simple in operating principle. Two diaphragms fixed to both ends
of a center rod, actuated by air pressure, pump
the material. Compressed air enters Air Chamber “a” (see figure below) moving the center rod
to the left, forcing the material out of Liquid
Chamber “A” while the material is drawn into
Liquid Chamber “B”.
When the center rod is at full stroke to the left,
the air valve switches, sending air into Air
Chamber “b”. The center rod then moves right,
forcing out material from Liquid Chamber “B”, at
the same time, drawing material into Liquid
Chamber “A”. Continual movement of the
material is achieved by repeating the operation.
FIGURE 4. OPERATING PRINCIPLE
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OPERATION
WARNING
DO NOT BEGIN USING YOUR PUMP WITHOUT
FIRST READING THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
WARNING
THE AIR CHAMBERS AND THE FLUID CHAMBERS
ARE SEPARATED BY TWO DIAPHRAGMS MADE
OF RUBBER. THESE DIAPHRAGMS ARE
PRODUCED THROUGH A STRICT QUALITY
CONTROL AND INSPECTION SYSTEM.
HOWEVER, SHOULD THE DIAPHRAGMS BE
DAMAGED, WORN OUT, OR TORN, THE LIQUID WILL
ENTER THE AIR CHAMBER AND ESCAPE OUT
THE AIR EXHAUST MUFFLER.
DEPENDING ON THE FLUID BEING PUMPED, A
DANGEROUS SITUATION CAN RESULT IF AIR
FROM THE AIR CHAMBER MIXES WITH
HAZARDOUS LIQUIDS.
WHEN PUMPING HAZARDOUS LIQUIDS, FOLLOW
ALL RULES, REGULATIONS AND PROTECTIVE
MEASURES APPLICABLE TO THE FLUID BEING
PUMPED.
DRAIN ALL LIQUIDS FROM THE SYSTEM BEFORE
OPERATION.
SECURE THE DISCHARGE LINE BEFORE
STARTING THE PUMP. AN UNSECURED
DISCHARGE LINE WILL SLIP, POSSIBLY CAUSING
PERSONAL INJURY AND/OR PROPERTY
DAMAGE.
CHECK HOSES FOR WEAKNESS OR TEARS
BEFORE EACH USE, MAKING CERTAIN THAT ALL
CONNECTIONS ARE SECURE.
WARNING
WEAR SAFETY GLASSES AT ALL TIMES WHILE
PUMP IS IN OPERATION.
WEAR A FACE SHIELD AND PROPER APPAREL
WHEN PUMPING HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS.
KEEP WORK AREA CLEAN, UNCLUTTERED, AND
WELL LIGHTED.
WARNING
BEFORE USING THE PUMP, CHECK FOR LEAKS
EVERY WORKDAY. DO NOT USE THE PUMP IF
ANY ABNORMALITIES ARE FOUND - CONTACT
YOUR DISTRIBUTOR.
2-2
The allowable velocity of the fluid entering the
pump varies according to the relative conditions
of viscosity and specific gravity of the fluid,
suction lift, etc. If the pump (diaphragm) is
actuated faster than the allowable flow velocity,
it will cause a cavitation which will reduce the
discharge volume, seriously shortening the life
of the diaphragms.
IMPORTANT
To obtain maximum discharge volume, first start the
pump by opening the air valve gradually while watching
the discharge volume until it reaches its peak, causing
cavitation. Close the valve slightly to gain maximum
discharge volume and maintain the condition.
It is not dangerous to leave the pump at a
standstill for a short period of time while keeping
the discharge port closed while supplying air.
However, if this condition is maintained for a
long period of time and in that time leaks occur,
the pump will operate discharging the fluid from
the point of leakage.
Should the pump be kept at a standstill for a
long period of time, close the air valve and open
the fluid discharge valve, releasing the
remaining pressure in the hose. Furthermore, if
the pump is kept at a standstill while transfering
a liquid containing slurry, the slurry may settle in
the outer-chamber and adhere to it. This may
cause damage to the diaphragms. After keeping
the pump at a standstill, wash it thoroughly to
remove slurry.
If difficulty starting the pump is encountered,
push the reset button.
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TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
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MIXING SOLUTION
Prepare by pouring the calcium chloride mixture into
the water (never the water into the calcium chloride,
as considerable heat is generated in this mixing
process). The solution should be allowed to cool to
atmospheric temperature before pumping in the tire.
CONNECTING THE VALVE STEM
The following connections should be made when the
pump is not running and with control handle in the
check position. To connect liquid fill core ejector to 2piece style rear tractor valves (see Figure 5):
1. Unscrew union (item 1) from core ejector body
(item 2) and screw on valve stem finger tight.
2. Screw core ejector body on union (item 1) making
certain rubber gasket (item 3) is in place, with handle
(item 4) of core ejector pulled out.
3. Push handle (item 4) of core ejector in until it
makes contact with the core housing of the valve,
then hold the core ejector in left hand, strike the
handle (item 4) with the right hand to force the core
housing in ejector chuck (item 6).
2-4
To connect liquid fill core ejector to 1-piece style front
tractor valves (see Figure 6):
1. Screw adapter (item A) and gasket to union (item
1).
2. Insert large end of core remover (item B) securely
into chuck of core housing ejector (item 6).
3. Screw adapter and union assembly on valve stem
finger tight.
4. Screw ejector union and adapter assembly to core
ejector body making sure gasket is in place. The rest
of the operation is the same as with the above 2piece valve as described above.
REMOVING SOLUTION FROM TUBETYPE OR TUBELESS TIRE
Jack up tractor until tire is slightly deflected and
valve is at the bottom. Connect core housing ejector
and union to valve stem as previously described.
Unscrew and retract core housing into ejector body
with control handle at check position.
4. Turn handle (item 4) to the left to unscrew the core
housing, pushing inward lightly so you can feel the
threads disengage when completely unscrewed.
Turn control handle to evacuate position and start
pump. Run until tire is completely evacuated. Turn
control handle to check position, stop pump and
disconnect core ejector after replacing core housing
in valve stem.
5. Pull handle (item 4) out as far as it will go to
retract core housing into ejector body. The handle will
pull out easier if rotated while pulling, as packing nut
(item 7) should be tight enough to prevent air or liquid
leaks.
In case of a tubeless tire, unseat beads and demount
front bead from rim and pump remaining solution from
tire.
FIGURE 5.
FIGURE 6.
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FILLING TUBE-TYPE OR TUBELESS
TIRES WITH SOLUTION
To fill a tire 75% with water or solution:
1. Inflate tire to 35 psi after beads have been
fully seated in mounting procedure.
2. Jack up the wheel, if done on a tractor, and
turn to bring valve to top position.
3. Lower jack until tire is slightly deflected.
4. With pump not running and control handle at
check position, connect ejector and remove
core housing as described above.
5. After connection is made, bleed pressure
down to about 5 lbs. (to keep the beads seated
on the rim) by moving control handle to evacuate position.
6. Start pump and move control handle to fill
position. Start hydroinflating tire. Check pressure in tire every few minutes with pump gauge
by placing pump in the check position. If pressure exceeds 20 psi move handle to evacuate
until pressure is bled back to not less than 5 psi.
After pressure is lowered, continue pumping.
Repeat above steps as often as necessary to
fill until water or solution weight added to the
assembly is equal to that shown in the Liquid
Weighting Tables.
2-5
7. Replace core housing in valve stem by
pushing handle in until contact is made and turn
to right until core housing is screwed tight in
valve stem.
8. Withdraw core ejector handle, turn control
handle to evacuate, and pump all liquid from
hose.
9. Shut off pump, then unscrew ejector body
(item 2) and union (item 1) from valve.
10. Set final working pressure after tire has
been mounted on tractor with weight on tire and
valve at bottom, using an air-water gauge
according to tire manufacturer’s specifications.
WARNING
NEVER INFLATE BEYOND 35 LBS. PRESSURE. IF
BEADS HAVE NOT SEATED BY THE TIME
PRESSURE REACHES 35 PSI, DEFLATE THE
ASSEMBLY, REPOSITION THE TIRE ON THE RIM,
RE-LUBRICATE AND RE-INFLATE. AFTER
SEATING BEADS, ADJUST INFLATION TO
RECOMMENDED PRESSURE. ALLOWING AIR
PRESSURE TO BUILD WITHIN THE ASSEMBLY IN
AN ATTEMPT TO SEAT THE BEADS IS A
DANGEROUS PRACTICE. IN SEATING BEADS,
INFLATION BEYOND 35 POUNDS PRESSURE MAY
BREAK THE BEAD (OR EVEN THE RIM) WITH
EXPLOSIVE FORCE SUFFICIENT TO CAUSE
SERIOUS PHYSICAL INJURY OR DEATH. INSPECT
BOTH SIDES OF THE TIRE TO BE SURE BEADS
ARE EVENLY SEATED. IF NOT, COMPLETELY
DEFLATE TIRE, UNSEAT BEADS AND REPEAT
ENTIRE MOUNTING PROCEDURE.
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LIQUID WEIGHTING OF TRACTOR TIRES
The following tables provide data on the filling of
front and rear tractor tires with calcium chloride
solution, based on valve level or approximately
75% fill.
These tables are based on the use of Type 1 77% commercial calcium chloride flake. If Type
2 - 94% calcium chloride flake is used, reduce
the pounds/kilograms CaCl2 weights in these
tables by 25%.
2-6
Where freezing temperatures never occur, plain
water can be used, but the weight added will be
20% less than calcium chloride solution. Plain
water freezes solid at 32°F/0°C.
Where anti-freeze protection is needed, the 3-1/
2 lb/420g calcium chloride solution is slush free
to -12°F/-24°C and will freeze solid at -52°F/47°C. The 5 lb/600g calcium chloride solution is
slush free to -52°F/-47°C and will freeze solid at
-62°F/-52°C.
LIQUID WEIGHTING - FRONT TRACTOR TIRES
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LIQUID WEIGHTING - REAR TRACTOR TIRES
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SECTION 3. INSTALLATION, MAINTENANCE AND PARTS
WARNING
POSSIBLE EXPLOSION HAZARD CAN RESULT IF
1,1,1,-TRICHLOROETHANE, METHYLENE
CHLORIDE OR OTHER HALOGENATED
HYDROCARBON SOLVENTS ARE USED IN
PRESSURIZED FLUID SYSTEMS HAVING
ALUMINUM OR GALVANIZED WETTED PARTS.
DEATH, SERIOUS BODILY INJURY OR PROPERTY
DAMAGE COULD RESULT. CONSULT WITH THE
FACTORY IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS
CONCERNING THE USE OF HALOGENATED
HYDROCARBON SOLVENTS.
INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
Position the pump as close as possible to the
source of the liquid to be pumped. Avoid long
or undersized suction lines and use as few
fittings as necessary. At the time of
installation, inspect all external fasteners for
tightness. Tighten loose fittings to prevent
leakage.
AIR SUPPLY
NDP-25BAN Pump Assembly (51714060)
comes equipped with a piggyback
combination regulator/filter. This regulator/filter
(70048197) is factory set to 100 psi (6.90 bar)
and is not adjustable. The glass sediment bulb
is to be drained manually.
WARNING
DO NOT EXCEED 100 PSI (6.90 BAR) TO PUMP
BY BYPASSING REGULATOR/FILTER (70048197)
AT ANY TIME. EXCESSIVE WEAR, PREMATURE
WEAR, OR PUMP DAMAGE WILL OCCUR AND VOID
THE WARRANTY.
A shutoff valve has been installed in the air
line to permit removal of the pump for
servicing.
MAINTENANCE
CAUTION
BEFORE MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR, SHUT OFF
THE COMPRESSED AIR, BLEED THE
PRESSURE AND DISCONNECT THE AIR LINE
FROM THE PUMP. THE PUMP DISCHARGE LINE
MAY BE PRESSURIZED AND MUST BE BLED.
WHEN THE PUMP IS USED FOR TOXIC OR
CAUSTIC FLUIDS, IT SHOULD BE FLUSHED
CLEAN PRIOR TO DISASSEMBLY.
1. After each use, flush the pump using water
or a suitable solvent.
2. Maintain the pump by keeping the location
clean and dry.
3. Every 200 hours of operation inspect the
pump for excessive wear or damage. This
particularly refers to diaphragms, ball valves
and valve seats.
4. Replace any worn or damaged parts
immediately.
5. When the pump is used for materials that
tend to settle out or change state from a liquid
to a solid, extra care must be taken after each
use or during idle time to remove them and
flush the pump as required to prevent
damage.
6. In freezing temperatures, the pump must be
completely drained unless the liquid is
resistant to freezing. After disconnecting the
discharge and inlet hoses, tilt the pump to
drain the fluid.
WARNING
WEAR SAFETY GLASSES WHENEVER REPAIRS
ARE BEING PERFORMED. FAILURE TO DO SO CAN
RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY.
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DISASSEMBLY AND CHECKING,BALLS
& VALVE SEATS
Before disassembly of the pump, prepare a
location on a suitable workbench which is clean
and well organized. See Figure 7 for reference.
1. Locate the four bolts securing the outlet
manifold to the chambers. Remove the four
bolts, spring washers and washers.
2. Lift the outlet manifold from the pump.
3. Remove the o-ring, ball guide, ball, valve
seat and lower o-ring. Be careful not to nick or
damage any surfaces.
4. Turn remaining pump assembly over and
place on a clean cloth to prevent damage to the
manifold mounting surfaces.
5. Locate the four bolts securing the inlet
manifold to the chambers. Remove the four
bolts, spring washers, washers and both base
plates.
6. Lift the inlet manifold from the pump.
7. Remove the o-ring, valve seat, ball and ball
guide. Be careful not to nick or damage any
surfaces. Keep these parts separated from
those removed from the outlet manifold.
8. Using a suitable cleaning solvent, clean all of
the disassembled parts.
9. Check the balls and valve seats for any
defects such as wear, nicks, cracks or
scratches. Any parts found to have such
defects must be replaced before re-assembly.
The o-rings should be replaced whenever the
pump is disassembled to provide for a positive
seal when re-assembled. Doing so will minimize
future down-time.
FIGURE 7.
BALL & VALVE SEAT REFERENCE
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DISASSEMBLY AND CHECKING,
DIAPHRAGMS
5. Using two spanner wrenches, one on each
of the nuts, loosen and remove the nuts.
It is necessary that the outlet and inlet manifolds
be removed before attempting to remove the
chambers and their associated diaphragms.
With the pump positioned in a clean work area,
refer to Figure 8 and proceed as follows:
6. Remove the coned disk spring, washer,
center disk, and finally the diaphragm from both
sides of the pump.
1. Locate the six mounting bolts securing the
liquid chamber to the remaining pump assembly.
2. Loosen slightly the six bolts in a criss-cross
fashion. Once all bolts are loosened, they may
be removed completely.
3. Remove the chamber to reveal the
diaphragm which is secured by a hex nut and
associated disks and washers.
4. Repeat the previous steps to gain access to
the diaphragm on the opposite side of the pump
assembly.
7. Inspect the diaphragms for wear, tears,
swelling, and other defects. Any defect found is
reason for replacement.
CAUTION
WHEN REPLACING DIAPHRAGMS, IT WILL BE
NECESSARY TO HOLD CENTER SHAFT
SECURELY WHILE LOOSENING OR TIGHTENING
THE NUT SECURING THE DIAPHRAGM. DO NOT
MAR, MARK, OR DAMAGE THE CENTER SHAFT
DURING THIS PROCESS. USE BRASS PLIERS OR
WOOD BLOCKS SECURED IN VISE TO HOLD
CENTER SHAFT WHILE REMOVING OR
INSTALLING THE LAST OR FIRST DIAPHRAGM,
RESPECTIVELY.
FIGURE 8. DIAPHRAGM ASSEMBLY REFERENCE
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MOUNTING DIAPHRAGMS
Refer to Figure 8 and Figure 9 for reference in
the mounting of diaphragms. The diaphragms
are mounted on the center rod, between the
inner and outer center disks, as shown in the
figures.
1. Check that the cushion is properly
positioned as shown in Figure 9.
2. Refer to Figure 8 for parts sequence and
slide the washer and center disk onto the rod,
as shown.
3. The side of the diaphragm which is
embossed with the word “OUTSIDE” must face
the liquid material or towards the outside of the
pump. Position the diaphragm on the rod.
4. Slide the remaining center disk, washer, and
coned disk spring onto the rod as shown. Handtighten the nut onto the rod. Do not torque the
nut at this time.
5. Proceed to the opposite side of the pump
and assemble in the same sequence as
previously used. Remember to position the
diaphragm correctly.
3-4
6. Confirm that all parts are positioned
correctly. Torque the nuts to 350 lb-in (400 kgcm).
To assemble outer chambers, begin on the side
where the diaphragm is pushed outward by the
center rod:
7. The outer chamber is marked by an arrow.
This arrow is to always point upward. Also,
make certain the circumferences of the
diaphragms are properly positioned between the
air chambers and outer chambers.
8. Fasten the outer chamber temporarily by
hand-tightening the six bolts.
9. Fasten the outer chamber on the opposite
side in a similar fashion.
10.To adjust the angle for each portion of the
manifold and outer chamber, place the body on
a flat surface. Adjust chambers and manifolds
until they align with each other perfectly.
11.Hand tighten all chamber mounting bolts
snuggly. In a criss-cross pattern, tighten the
bolts and torque to 90 lb-in (100 kg-cm).
FIGURE 9. MOUNTING RUBBER DIAPHRAGM
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RE-ASSEMBLY OF BALLS & SEATS
Refer to Figure 7 and Figure 10 for reference.
1. Place the unit upside-down for easier
assembly of the lower housing.
2. Place the ball guide, ball, valve seat and
thick o-ring into the housing. Do this on each
side of pump as shown in Figure 7.
3. Position the inlet manifold onto the lower side
of the outer chamber housing.
4. Place the base plates, with attached feet
positioned properly, onto the manifold.
5. Note sequence of mounting hardware and
hand tighten the four lower manifold mounting
bolts.
6. Torque the mounting bolts to 90 lb-in (100 kgcm). Do not torque beyond 90 lb-in.
7. Turn the pump assembly right-side-up on the
work surface. Insert the thin o-ring, valve seat,
ball, ball guide and thick o-ring into the upper
portion of the housing. Do this on each side of
pump as shown in figure 7.
8. Place the outlet manifold onto the outer
chamber housing and attach using the mounting
hardware shown in Figure 7.
9. Torque the mounting bolts to 90 lb-in (100 kgcm). Do not torque beyond 90 lb-in.
10.Check that all bolts have been torqued
properly.
FIGURE 10.
BALL & VALVE SEAT ASSEMBLY
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DISASSEMBLY AND CHECKING OF AIR
VALVE ASSEMBLY
Refer to Figure 11 for reference.
1. Remove the caps by first removing the four
bolts securing the top cap and four bolts
securing the bottom cap.
2. Remove the cushion from the valve body
casing.
3. Push the spool assembly out by hand.
4. Check the seal rings of the spool assembly.
If any defects exist, replace the seal.
5. Inspect the convex part of the spool. If any
defacement is found replace the spool and seal
rings.
6. Inspect the sleeve assembly. If any defects
are found, replace.
RE-ASSEMBLY OF AIR VALVE
1. Carefully insert the spool assembly into the
valve body. Take precautions to avoid damage
to the seal rings.
2. Place the cushions, gaskets and caps in
their original position. Tighten the four bolts on
the top and the four bolts on the bottom cap.
FIGURE 11. AIR VALVE ASSEMBLY
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ITEM PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1. 70733196
2. 70733763
3. 70048197
73052090
70145917
4. 70145563
5. 72053722
6. 73054625
7. 72532552
8. 70048199
9. 70394450
10. 72532345
11. 72053191
I12. 89392146
PUMP
VALVE 4-WAY ALUM 1 FPT
REGULATOR-AIR
FILTER ONLY
BOWL ONLY
BRACKET
ADAPTER 3/8MPT 1/4MPT
BALL VALVE 3/8NPT
HOSE FITTING 1/4 1/4
GAUGE
PLACARD-SER NO
BARB NIPPLE 1MPT 1HOSE90°
PIPE NIPPLE 1NPT X 4
HOSE 1/4 AIR X12
3-7
QTY
1
1
1
REF
REF
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
TEM PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
HOSE CLAMP SAE16
RED BUSHING STL 1.00-1/2
DECAL-FILL/CHECK/EVAC
RED BUSHING STL 1/2-1/8
HOSE FITTING 1/4 3/8 BRS
SILENCER
HOSE 1X18
BARB NIPPLE 1MPT 1HOSE
NUT
STREET ELBOW 3/8NPT 90°
ADPTR 1.00 MPT 1.00 MPT HEX
TEE-STL 1.00
72661284
72531835
70394442
72531828
72533569
70048198
89039188
72532470
77044714
72053590
72053804
72053614
FIGURE 12. PUMP ASSEMBLY (51714060)
QTY
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
NDP-25BAN:99900881: 19970727
3-8
ITEM PART NO.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
DESCRIPTION
QTY
51714134 REPAIR KIT (INCL: 1-4)
REF
70394674 BALL-CHECK VALVE
4
76394673 DIAPHRAGM
2
76394675 O-RING-MANIFOLD
4
76394676 O-RING-VALVE SEAT
2
51714133 REPAIR KIT (INCL: 5-19)
REF
70145566 VALVE SEAT
2
70145567 SPRING-PILOT VALVE
2
73054981 VALVE-PILOT
2
73054982 CUSHION-CENTER ROD
2
SEE FOLLOWING PAGE
SEE FOLLOWING PAGE
SEE FOLLOWING PAGE
SEE FOLLOWING PAGE
SEE FOLLOWING PAGE
76394683 GASKET-AIR VALVE
1
76394684 GASKET-BODY
2
76394685 O-RING-THROUT BRG-INNER
2
76394686 O-RING-THROUT BRG-OUTER 2
76394687 O-RING-VALVE SEAT
1
70145564 GUIDE-BALL SS
4
70145565 VALVE SEAT-SS
4
70144186 CHAMBER
2
70144187 MANIFOLD
2
70029596 CENTER ROD
1
70048198 SILENCER
REF
FIGURE 13. NDP-25 PUMP REPLACEMENT PARTS
CODE
C
C
C
C
C
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
NDP-25BAN:99900881: 20000912
ITEM PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
SEAL-RING SPOOL
GASKET-AIR VALVE
CUSHION
O-RING-SLEEVE
O-RING-AIR VALVE
PACKING-AIR VALVE
C SPOOL ASM
SLEEVE-C SPOOL
76394677
76394678
76395846
76394680
76394681
76394682
70145723
70145722
3-9
QTY
5
2
1
6
1
1
1
1
CODE
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
FIGURE 14. NDP-25 PUMP REPLACEMENT PARTS
NDP-25BAN:99900881: 19970707
ITEM PART NO.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
DESCRIPTION
79085286
51701520
89039182
72661422
72531547
72053458
3-10
QTY
CODE
EJECTOR (SEE DWG)
1
HOSE ASM (INCL: 3-6)
1
HOSE 3/4X18' 300PSI
18’REF
HOSE CLAMP 1-1/4X1/2
2REF
BARB NIPPLE 1/2MPT 3/4HOSE 1REF
BARB NIPPLE 1/2MPT 3/5HOSE 1REF
FIGURE 15. CHLORIDE HOSE ASSEMBLY WITH EJECTOR (51704964)
ITEM PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
CORE REMOVER-LG BORE
ADAPTER-STD VALVE
O-RING (USED W/ITEM 2)
CORE REMOVER-STD CORE
EJECTOR UNION
GASKET
STEM
ADAPTER BODY
SEALING NUT-STEM
O-RING (USED W/ ITEM 9)
HAND WHEEL
LOCK NUT
WASHER-TEFLON
70142505
70024336
76392856
70142506
70143369
76392857
70143370
70143371
70143372
76392858
70143373
72062219
70145021
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
CODE
C
C
C
W
C
C
FIGURE 16. OPTION - VALVE ADAPTER GUN (79085286)
NDP-25BAN:99900881: 19970727
3-11
RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS LIST
1 Year Supply
DIAPHRAGM PUMP NDP-25BAN-C
For Manual: 99900881
This spare parts list does not necessarily indicate that the items can be expected to fail in the course of a year. It is
intended to provide the user with a stock of parts sufficient to keep the unit operating with minimal down-time
waiting for parts. There may be parts failures not covered by this list. Parts not listed are considered as not being
Critical or Normal Wear items during the first year of operations and you need to contact the distributor or manufacturer for availability.
DESCRIPTION
QTY
CODE
SHELF
LIFE
MO.
51714060.02.07-07-1997 PUMP ASSEMBLY
51714134
1
70394674
2
76394673
3
76394675
4
76394676
51714133
5
70145566
6
70145567
7
73054981
8
73054982
9
76394677
10
76394678
12
76394680
13
76394681
14
76394682
15
76394683
16
76394684
17
76394685
18
76394686
19
76394687
20
70145564
21
701445565
REPAIR KIT (INCL: 1-4)
BALL-CHECK VALVE
DIAPHRAGM
O-RING-MANIFOLD
O-RING-VALVE SEAT
REPAI KIT (INCL: 5-19)
VALVE SEAT
SPRING-PILOT VALVE
VALVE-PILOT
CUSHION-CENTER ROD
SEAL-RING SPOOL
GASKET-AIR VALVE
O-RING-SLEEVE
O-RING-AIR VALVE
PACKING-AIR VALVE
GASKET-AIR VALVE
GASKET-BODY
O-RING-THROUT BRG-INNER
O-RING-THROUT BRG-OUTER
O-RING-VALVE SEAT
GUIDE-BALL SS
VALVE SEAT-SS
REF
4
2
4
2
REF
2
2
2
2
5
2
6
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
4
4
C
C
C
C
C
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
79085286.01.07-07-1997 VALVE ADAPTER GUN
3
76392856
5
70143369
6
76362857
7
70143370
10
76392858
13
70145021
O-RING (USED W/ITEM 2)
EJECTOR UNION
GASKET
STEM
O-RING (USED W/ITEM 9)
WASHER-TEFLON
1
1
1
1
1
1
C
C
C
W
C
C
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
ASSEMBLY
DESIGNATION
ITEM NO.
PART NO.
Note: C = Critical Part, P = Preventive Maintenance Part, W = Normal Wear Part.
ORDER
QTY
NDP-25BAN:99900881:
NDP-25BAN:99900881:
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