06_ATEX_DISASSE2 (70-93).vp

06_ATEX_DISASSE2 (70-93).vp
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
To: Our Valued Customers
User safety is a major focus in the design of our products. Following the precautions outlined in this
manual will minimize your risk of injury.
ITT Goulds pumps will provide safe, trouble-free service when properly installed, maintained, and
operated.
Safe installation, operation, and maintenance of ITT Goulds Pumps equipment are an essential end user
responsibility. This Pump Safety Manual identifies specific safety risks that must be considered at all
times during product life. Understanding and adhering to these safety warnings is mandatory to ensure
personnel, property, and/or the environment will not be harmed. Adherence to these warnings alone,
however, is not sufficient — it is anticipated that the end user will also comply with industry and corporate
safety standards. Identifying and eliminating unsafe installation, operating and maintenance practices is
the responsibility of all individuals involved in the installation, operation, and maintenance of industrial
equipment.
Please take the time to review and understand the safe installation, operation, and maintenance guidelines
outlined in this Pump Safety Manual and the Instruction, Operation, and Maintenance (IOM) manual.
Current manuals are available at www.gouldspumps.com/literature_ioms.html or by contacting
your nearest Goulds Pumps sales representative.
These manuals must be read and understood before installation and start-up.
For additional information, contact your nearest Goulds Pumps sales representative or visit our Web site at
www.gouldspumps.com.
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SAFETY WARNINGS
Specific to pumping equipment, significant risks bear reinforcement above and beyond normal safety precautions.
WARNING
A pump is a pressure vessel with rotating parts that can be hazardous. Any pressure vessel can explode,
rupture, or discharge its contents if sufficiently over pressurized causing death, personal injury, property
damage, and/or damage to the environment. All necessary measures must be taken to ensure over
pressurization does not occur.
WARNING
Operation of any pumping system with a blocked suction and discharge must be avoided in all cases.
Operation, even for a brief period under these conditions, can cause superheating of enclosed pumpage and
result in a violent explosion. All necessary measures must be taken by the end user to ensure this condition is
avoided.
WARNING
The pump may handle hazardous and/or toxic fluids. Care must be taken to identify the contents of the pump
and eliminate the possibility of exposure, particularly if hazardous and/or toxic. Potential hazards include, but
are not limited to, high temperature, flammable, acidic, caustic, explosive, and other risks.
WARNING
Pumping equipment Instruction, Operation, and Maintenance manuals clearly identify accepted methods for
disassembling pumping units. These methods must be adhered to. Specifically, applying heat to impellers
and/or impeller retaining devices to aid in their removal is strictly forbidden. Trapped liquid can rapidly
expand and result in a violent explosion and injury.
ITT Goulds Pumps will not accept responsibility for physical injury, damage, or delays caused by a failure to
observe the instructions for installation, operation, and maintenance contained in this Pump Safety Manual or the
current IOM available at www.gouldspumps.com/literature.
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SAFETY
DEFINITIONS
Throughout this manual the words WARNING, CAUTION, ELECTRICAL, and ATEX are used to indicate
where special operator attention is required.
Observe all Cautions and Warnings highlighted in this Pump Safety Manual and the IOM provided with
your equipment.
WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
Example: Pump shall never be operated without coupling guard installed correctly.
CAUTION
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury.
Example: Throttling flow from the suction side may cause cavitation and pump damage.
ELECTRICAL HAZARD
Indicates the possibility of electrical risks if directions are not followed.
Example: Lock out driver power to prevent electric shock, accidental start-up, and physical injury.
When installed in potentially explosive atmospheres, the instructions that follow the Ex symbol must be
followed. Personal injury and/or equipment damage may occur if these instructions are not followed. If there
is any question regarding these requirements or if the equipment is to be modified, please contact an ITT
Goulds Pumps representative before proceeding.
Example:
Improper impeller adjustment could cause contact between the rotating and stationary
parts, resulting in a spark and heat generation.
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GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
WARNING
A pump is a pressure vessel with rotating parts that can be hazardous. Hazardous fluids may be contained by the
pump including high temperature, flammable, acidic, caustic, explosive, and other risks. Operators and
maintenance personnel must realize this and follow safety measures. Personal injuries will result if procedures
outlined in this manual are not followed. ITT Goulds Pumps will not accept responsibility for physical injury,
damage or delays caused by a failure to observe the instructions in this manual and the IOM provided with your
equipment.
General Precautions
WARNING
NEVER APPLY HEAT TO REMOVE IMPELLER. It may explode due to
trapped liquid.
NEVER use heat to disassemble pump due to risk of explosion from tapped liquid.
WARNING
NEVER operate pump without coupling guard correctly installed.
WARNING
WARNING
NEVER run pump below recommended minimum flow when dry, or without
prime.
WARNING
ALWAYS lock out power to the driver before performing pump maintenance.
NEVER operate pump without safety devices installed.
WARNING
WARNING
WARNING
WARNING
NEVER operate pump with discharge valve closed.
NEVER operate pump with suction valve closed.
DO NOT change service application without approval of an authorized ITT
Goulds Pumps representative.
WARNING
Safety Apparel:
ΠInsulated work gloves when handling hot bearings or using bearing heater
ΠHeavy work gloves when handling parts with sharp edges, especially
impellers
ΠSafety glasses (with side shields) for eye protection
ΠSteel-toed shoes for foot protection when handling parts, heavy tools, etc.
ΠOther personal protective equipment to protect against hazardous/toxic fluids
WARNING
Receiving:
Assembled pumping units and their components are heavy. Failure to properly lift
and support equipment can result in serious physical injury and/or equipment
damage. Lift equipment only at specifically identified lifting points or as
instructed in the current IOM. Current manuals are available at
www.gouldspumps.com/literature_ioms.html or from your local ITT Goulds
Pumps sales representative. Note: Lifting devices (eyebolts, slings, spreaders, etc.)
must be rated, selected, and used for the entire load being lifted.
WARNING
Alignment:
Shaft alignment procedures must be followed to prevent catastrophic failure of
drive components or unintended contact of rotating parts. Follow coupling
manufacturer’s coupling installation and operation procedures.
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General Precautions
WARNING
CAUTION
Before beginning any alignment procedure, make sure driver power is locked out.
Failure to lock out driver power will result in serious physical injury.
Piping:
Never draw piping into place by forcing at the flanged connections of the pump.
This may impose dangerous strains on the unit and cause misalignment between
pump and driver. Pipe strain will adversely effect the operation of the pump
resulting in physical injury and damage to the equipment.
WARNING
Flanged Connections:
Use only fasteners of the proper size and material.
WARNING
Replace all corroded fasteners.
WARNING
Ensure all fasteners are properly tightened and there are no missing fasteners.
WARNING
Startup and Operation:
When installing in a potentially explosive environment, please ensure that the
motor is properly certified.
WARNING
Operating pump in reverse rotation may result in contact of metal parts, heat
generation, and breach of containment.
WARNING
Lock out driver power to prevent accidental start-up and physical injury.
WARNING
The impeller clearance setting procedure must be followed. Improperly setting
the clearance or not following any of the proper procedures can result in sparks,
unexpected heat generation and equipment damage.
WARNING
If using a cartridge mechanical seal, the centering clips must be installed and set
screws loosened prior to setting impeller clearance. Failure to do so could result
in sparks, heat generation, and mechanical seal damage.
WARNING
The coupling used in an ATEX classified environment must be properly certified
and must be constructed from a non-sparking material.
Never operate a pump without coupling guard properly installed. Personal injury
will occur if pump is run without coupling guard.
WARNING
WARNING
Make sure to properly lubricate the bearings. Failure to do so may result in excess
heat generation, sparks, and / or premature failure.
CAUTION
The mechanical seal used in an ATEX classified environment must be properly
certified. Prior to start up, ensure all points of potential leakage of process fluid to
the work environment are closed.
CAUTION
Never operate the pump without liquid supplied to mechanical seal. Running a
mechanical seal dry, even for a few seconds, can cause seal damage and must be
avoided. Physical injury can occur if mechanical seal fails.
Never attempt to replace packing until the driver is properly locked out and the
coupling spacer is removed.
WARNING
WARNING
WARNING
Dynamic seals are not allowed in an ATEX classified environment.
DO NOT operate pump below minimum rated flows or with suction and/or
discharge valve closed. These conditions may create an explosive hazard due to
vaporization of pumpage and can quickly lead to pump failure and physical injury.
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General Precautions
Ensure pump is isolated from system and pressure is relieved before
disassembling pump, removing plugs, opening vent or drain valves, or
disconnecting piping.
Shutdown, Disassembly, and Reassembly:
Pump components can be heavy. Proper methods of lifting must be employed to
avoid physical injury and/or equipment damage. Steel toed shoes must be worn at
all times.
WARNING
WARNING
WARNING
The pump may handle hazardous and/or toxic fluids. Observe proper
decontamination procedures. Proper personal protective equipment should be
worn. Precautions must be taken to prevent physical injury. Pumpage must be
handled and disposed of in conformance with applicable environmental
regulations.
WARNING
Operator must be aware of pumpage and safety precautions to prevent physical
injury.
WARNING
Lock out driver power to prevent accidental startup and physical injury.
CAUTION
Allow all system and pump components to cool before handling them to prevent
physical injury.
CAUTION
If pump is a Model NM3171, NM3196, 3198, 3298, V3298, SP3298, 4150, 4550,
or 3107, there may be a risk of static electric discharge from plastic parts that are
not properly grounded. If pumped fluid is non-conductive, pump should be
drained and flushed with a conductive fluid under conditions that will not allow
for a spark to be released to the atmosphere.
WARNING
Never apply heat to remove an impeller. The use of heat may cause an explosion
due to trapped fluid, resulting in severe physical injury and property damage.
CAUTION
Wear heavy work gloves when handling impellers as sharp edges may cause
physical injury.
CAUTION
Wear insulated gloves when using a bearing heater. Bearings will get hot and can
cause physical injury.
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ATEX CONSIDERATIONS and INTENDED USE
Special care must be taken in potentially explosive environments to ensure that the equipment is properly
maintained. This includes but is not limited to:
1.
2.
3.
Monitoring the pump frame and liquid end temperature.
Maintaining proper bearing lubrication.
Ensuring that the pump is operated in the intended hydraulic range.
The ATEX conformance is only applicable when the pump unit is operated within its intended use. Operating,
installing or maintaining the pump unit in any way that is not covered in the Instruction, Operation, and
Maintenance manual (IOM) can cause serious personal injury or damage to the equipment. This includes any
modification to the equipment or use of parts not provided by ITT Goulds Pumps. If there is any question
regarding the intended use of the equipment, please contact an ITT Goulds representative before proceeding.
Current IOMs are available at www.gouldspumps.com/literature_ioms.html or from your local ITT Goulds
Pumps Sales representative.
All pumping unit (pump, seal, coupling, motor and pump accessories) certified for use in an ATEX classified
environment, are identified by an ATEX tag secured to the pump or the baseplate on which it is mounted. A
typical tag would look like this:
The CE and the Ex designate the ATEX compliance. The code directly below these symbols reads as follows:
II
2
G/D
T4
=
=
=
=
Group 2
Category 2
Gas and Dust present
Temperature class, can be T1 to T6 (see Table 1)
Table 1
Code
T1
Max permissible
surface temperature
o
F (oC)
842 (450)
Max permissible
liquid temperature
o
F (oC)
700 (372)
T2
572 (300)
530 (277)
T3
392 (200)
350 (177)
T4
275 (135)
235 (113)
T5
212 (100)
Option not available
T6
185
Option not available
(85)
The code classification marked on the equipment must be in accordance with the specified area where the
equipment will be installed. If it is not, do not operate the equipment and contact your ITT Goulds Pumps sales
representative before proceeding.
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PARTS
The use of genuine Goulds parts will provide the safest and
most reliable operation of your pump. ITT Goulds Pumps ISO
certification and quality control procedures ensure the parts are
manufactured to the highest quality and safety levels.
Please contact your local Goulds representative for details on
genuine Goulds parts.
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REASSEMBLY
Refer to Table 9 and 9a for torque values while reassembling pump.
Table 9
Bolt Torque, Ft-Lbs (Nm)
3196, CV 3196, LF 3196,
3796
Location
Frame
Lube
NM 3196
Dry
6" STX
8" STX
Casing Bolts (370) or
Casing Nuts (425)
MTX, LTX
Refer to
Table 9a
XLT-X, X17
Frame-to-Adapter
3198
Lube
Dry
Lube
Dry
27 (36)
40 (53)
N/A
N/A
20 (27)
30 (40)
35 (47)
53 (71)
27 (36)
40 (53)
35 (47)
53 (71)
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
All
20 (27)
30 (40)
20 (27)
30 (40)
20 (27)
30 (40)
Bearing Clamp Ring Bolts (236A)
Duplex Bearing Only
STX, MTX
10* (1.1)
17* (1.9)
10* (1.1)
17* (1.9)
10* (1.1)
17* (1.9)
LTX
55* (6.2)
83* (9.4)
55* (6.2)
83* (9.4)
55* (6.2)
83* (9.4)
Bearing End Cover Bolts (371C)
XLT-X, X17
9 (12)
12 (16)
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
STX, MTX,
LTX
55* (6.2)
83* (9.4)
N/A
N/A
N/A/
N\/A
Dynamic Seal Capscrews (265)
XLT-X, X17
9 (12)
12 (16)
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Table 9a
Maximum Torque Values in ft.-lb. (Nm)
for Casing Bolts (370)
Models 3196, CV 3196 LF 3196, 3796
with 150 lb. Casing flanges
Material Specification
Alloy Casing with (304SS)
F593 Grade 1
or
Ductile Iron Casing with A
(316SS F593) Grade 2
307 Grade B casing bolts
casing bolts
Frame
8” STX
6” STX
MTX
LTX
XLT-X
X17
Model HT 3196
and all Models
with 300 lb. Casing flanges
Ductile Iron and Alloy
Casings with A193 grade B7
casing bolts
Casing Bolt
Diameter (in.)
1/2”
Lube
20 (27)
Dry
30 (41)
Lube
35 (47)
Dry
54 (73)
Lube
58 (79)
Dry
87 (118)
5/8”
39 (53)
59 (80)
71 (96)
107 (145)
115 (156)
173 (235)
7/8”
113 (153)
170 (231)
141 (191)
212 (287)
330 (447)
495 (671)
* Values are in inch-lbs (Nm)
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Refer to Table 10 for shaft end play while reassembling pump.
Table 10
Shaft End Play
STX
in. (mm)
.0011 (.028)
.0019 (.047)
.0007 (.018)
.0010 (.026)
Double Row
Duplex
MTX
in. (mm)
.0013 (.033)
.0021 (.054)
.0009 (.022)
.0012 (.030)
LTX
in. (mm)
not
applicable
.0010 (.026)
.0015 (.038)
XLT-X
in. (mm)
.0014 (.036)
.0023 (.058)
.0010 (.026)
.0015 (.038)
Table 11
Bearing Type
Outboard
Frame
STX
MTX
LTX
XLT-X, X17
Inboard
6207
6309
6311
6313
Double Row
5306
5309
not applicable
5313
Duplex
7306
7309
7310
7313
Table 12
Shaft Runout Tolerances
With Sleeve
Less Sleeve
Sleeve Fit
in. (mm)
.001 (.026)
.002 (.051)
Coupling Fit
in. (mm)
.001 (.026)
.001 (.026)
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NOTE: Bearing type is based on SKF/MRC designation.
Assembly of Rotating Element and
Bearing Frame
408J
STX, MTX
NOTE: Make sure that threads are clean and
apply thread sealant to pipe threads and
fittings.
1.
Install oil fill plug (113A), oil drain plug (408A),
sight window (319), sight oiler plug (408J), four oil
mist connection plugs (408H) or grease fittings
(193) and relief plugs (113), and oil cooler inlet
and outlet plugs or oil cooler (408L, 408M) in
bearing frame (228) (Fig. 111).
2.
Attach bearing frame foot (241) with bolts (370F).
Hand tighten.
Fig. 111
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3.
Install outboard bearing (112A) on shaft (122)
(Fig. 112).
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WARNING
NOTE: Refer to Appendix VII-1 for detailed
outboard bearing installation instructions.
Wear insulated gloves when using a bearing
heater. Bearings will get hot and can cause
physical injury.
NOTE: Regreaseable bearing has a single
shield. The outboard bearing is installed with
shield toward impeller.
NOTE: Coat internal surfaces of bearings with
lubricant to be used in service.
8.
Install new O-ring (496) (Fig. 113).
NOTE: There are several methods used to
install bearings. The recommended method is
to use an induction heater that heats as well as
demagnetizes the bearings.
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WARNING
A
Wear insulated gloves when using a bearing
heater. Bearings will get hot and can cause
physical injury.
Fig. 113
A
9.
Coat outside of outboard bearing (112A) and
bearing housing (134) bore with oil.
10. Install bearing housing (134) onto shaft/bearing
assembly.
Fig. 112
4.
Place lockwasher (382) on shaft (122). Place tang
of lockwasher in keyway of shaft.
5.
Thread locknut (136) onto shaft (122). Tighten
locknut until snug. Bend any tang of lockwasher
into a slot of locknut.
NOTE: Tighten locknut if necessary to align the
closest tab of lockwasher with slot on locknut.
6.
Place bearing retaining ring (361A) over shaft
(122), flat side facing bearing.
7.
Install inboard bearing (168A) on shaft (122).
NOTE: Regreaseable bearing has a single
shield. The inboard bearing is installed with
shield away from impeller.
NOTE: There are several methods used to
install bearings. The recommended method is
to use an induction heater that heats as well as
demagnetizes the bearings.
NOTE: Do not force assembly together.
11. Insert retaining ring (361A) into groove in housing
(134) bore. Check shaft for free turning.
NOTE: The space between the ends of retaining
ring should be located in the oil return groove
so as not to obstruct oil flow.
12. Install outboard labyrinth oil seal (332A) into
bearing housing (134). It is an O-ring fit. Position
the labyrinth seal drain slots at the bottom
(6 o’clock) position.
NOTE: Refer to Appendix IV or VIII for detailed
labyrinth seal installation instructions.
NOTE: Make sure the keyway edges are free of
burrs.
NOTE: Cover the keyway lengthwise with a
piece of electrical tape prior to installing the
labyrinth seal. This will protect the O-rings.
13. Coat outside of bearing housing (134) with oil
(Fig. 114).
14. Coat all internal surfaces of bearing frame (228A)
with oil.
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15. Install shaft assembly into frame (228A), making
sure to leave approximately 0.125 in. (3.175 mm)
clearance between the face of the bearing housing
and bearing frame. Check shaft for free turning.
2.
Attach bearing frame foot (241) with bolts (370F).
Hand tighten.
3.
Install oil flinger (248A) on shaft (122) if removed
(Fig. 116).
16. Install clamping bolts (370C) into bearing housing
(134). Hand tighten.
17. Install jacking bolts (370D) with locking nuts (423)
into housing (134). Hand tighten.
NOTE: The oil flinger is a press fit onto shaft.
Use a driver of proper size to prevent damage
to oil flinger.
4.
Place bearing clamp ring (253B) over shaft (122).
Note orientation.
5.
Install outboard bearings (112A) on shaft (122).
NOTE: Refer to Appendix VII-2 for detailed
outboard bearing installation instructions.
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CAUTION
The LTX uses duplex bearings mounted back
to back. Make sure orientation of the bearings
is correct.
NOTE: There are several methods used to
install bearings. The recommended method is
to use an induction heater that heats as well as
demagnetizes the bearings.
Fig. 114
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LTX
NOTE: Make sure that threads are clean and
apply thread sealant to pipe threads and
fittings.
1.
Install the oil fill plug (113A), oil drain plug (408A),
sight window (319), sight oiler plug (408J), four oil
mist connection plugs (408H) or grease fittings
(193) and grease relief plugs (113), and oil cooler
inlet and outlet plugs or oil cooler (408L, 408M) in
bearing frame (228) (Fig. 115).
WARNING
Wear insulated gloves when using a bearing
heater. Bearings will get hot and can cause
physical injury.
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6.
Place lockwasher (382) on shaft (122). Place tang
of lockwasher in keyway of shaft.
7.
Thread locknut (136) onto shaft (122). Tighten
locknut until snug. Bend any tang of lockwasher
(382) into a slot of locknut.
NOTE: Tighten locknut if necessary to align the
closest tab of lockwasher with slot on locknut.
8.
Install inboard bearing (168A) on shaft (122).
NOTE: Regreaseable bearing has a single
shield. The inboard bearing is installed with
shield away from impeller.
NOTE: There are several methods used to
install bearings. The recommended method is
to use an induction heater that heats as well as
demagnetizes the bearings.
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WARNING
Wear insulated gloves when using a bearing
heater. Bearings will get hot and can cause
physical injury.
Fig. 115
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NOTE: Coat internal surfaces of bearings with
lubricant to be used in service.
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NOTE: Make sure the keyway edges are free of
burrs.
NOTE: Cover the keyway lengthwise with a
piece of electrical tape prior to installing the
labyrinth seal. This will protect the O-rings.
Fig. 116
9.
Coat outside of outboard bearing (112A) and
bearing housing (134A) bore with oil.
10. Install bearing housing (134) onto shaft/bearing
assembly (Fig. 117).
NOTE: Do not force assembly together.
Fig. 118
14. Coat outside of bearing housing (134A) with oil.
15. Coat all internal surfaces of bearing frame (228)
with oil.
16. Install shaft assembly into frame (228A), making
sure to leave approximately 0.125 in. (3.175 mm)
clearance between the face of the bearing
housing and bearing frame. Check shaft for free
turning (Fig. 119).
17. Install clamping bolts (370C) into bearing housing
(134A). Hand tighten.
Fig.117
18. Install jacking bolts (370D) with locking nuts (423)
into housing (134A). Hand tighten.
11. Install clamp ring bolts (236A). Check shaft for
free turning. Refer to Table 9 for bolt torque
values (Fig. 118).
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CAUTION
Tighten clamp ring bolts (236A) in a criss cross
pattern.
12. Install new O-ring (496).
13. Install outboard labyrinth oil seal (332A) into
bearing housing (134). It is an O-ring fit. Position
the labyrinth seal drain slots at the bottom
(6 o’clock) position.
NOTE: See Appendix IV or VIII for further
instructions on Labyrinth Seal installation.
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Fig. 119
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XLT-X, X17
NOTE: Tighten locknut if necessary to align the
closest tab of lockwasher with slot on locknut.
NOTE: Make sure that threads are clean and
apply thread sealant to pipe threads and
fittings.
1.
Install oil fill plug (113A), oil drain plug (408A),
sight glass (319), sight oiler plug (408J), four oil
mist connection plugs (408H), or grease fittings
(193) and grease relief plugs (113), and oil cooler
inlet and outlet plugs or oil cooler (408L, 408M) in
bearing frame (228A) (Fig. 120).
Fig. 121
5.
Coat outside of outboard bearing (112A) and bore
of bearing housing (134) with oil.
6.
Install bearing housing (134) onto shaft/bearing
assembly (Fig. 122).
NOTE: Do not force assembly together.
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Fig. 120
2.
Install outboard bearing (112A) on shaft (122)
(Fig. 121).
NOTE: Regreaseable bearing has a single
shield. The outboard bearing is installed with
shield toward impeller.
NOTE: There are several methods used to
install bearings, The recommended method is
to use an induction heater that heats as well as
demagnetizes the bearings.
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WARNING
Fig. 122
7.
Install gasket (360C), end cover (109A), bolts
(371C). Refer to Table 9 for bolt torque values.
Check shaft for free turning (Fig. 123).
Wear insulated gloves when using a bearing
heater. Bearings will get hot and can cause
physical injury.
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WARNING
Shaft (122) may be heavy. Use care when
handling.
3.
Place lockwasher (382) on shaft (122). Place tang
of lockwasher in keyway of shaft.
4.
Thread locknut (136) onto shaft (122). Tighten
locknut until snug. Bend any tang of lockwasher
(382) into a slot of locknut.
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Fig. 123
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8.
Install inboard bearing (168A) on shaft (122)
(Fig. 124).
NOTE: Refer to Appendix VII-1 for detailed
outboard bearing installation instructions.
NOTE: Regreaseable bearing has a single
shield. The inboard bearing is installed with
shield away from impeller.
NOTE: There are several methods used to
install bearings, The recommended method is
to use an induction heater that heats as well as
demagnetizes the bearings.
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WARNING
Wear insulated gloves when using a bearing
heater. Bearings will get hot and can cause
physical injury.
NOTE: Coat internal surfaces of bearings with
lubricant to be used in service.
Fig. 125
13. Install shaft assembly into frame (228A), making
sure to leave approximately 0.125 in. (3.175 mm)
clearance between the face of the bearing
housing and bearing frame. Check shaft for free
turning (Fig. 126).
14. Install clamping bolts (370C) into bearing housing
(134). Hand tighten.
15. Install jacking bolts (370D) with locking nuts (423)
into housing (134). Hand tighten.
16. Attach bearing frame foot (241) with bolts (370F).
Hand tighten.
Fig. 124
9.
Install new O-ring (496) (Fig. 125).
10. Install outboard labyrinth oil seal (332A) into end
cover (109A). It is an O-ring fit. Position the
labyrinth seal drain slots at the bottom 6 o’clock
position (Fig. 125).
NOTE: See Appendix IV or VIII for further
instructions on Labyrinth Seal installation.
NOTE: Make sure the keyway edges are free of
burrs.
Fig. 126
NOTE: Cover the keyway lengthwise with a
piece of electrical tape prior to installing the
labyrinth seal. This will protect the O-rings.
11. Coat outside of bearing housing (134) with oil.
12. Coat all internal surfaces of bearing frame (228A)
with oil.
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5.
STX, MTX with Duplex Bearings
1.
2.
Thread locknut (136) onto shaft (122). Tighten
locknut until snug. Bend any tang of lockwasher
(382) into a slot of locknut.
Install the oil fill plug (113A), oil drain plug (408A),
sight window (319), sight oiler plug (408J), four oil
mist connection plugs (408H), or grease fittings
(193) and grease relief plugs (113), and oil cooler
inlet and outlet plugs or oil cooler (408L, 408M) in
bearing frame (228) (Fig. 127).
6.
Place bearing clamp ring (253B) over shaft (122).
Note orientation.
Attach bearing frame foot (241) with bolts (370F).
Hand tighten (Fig. 127).
7.
Install inboard bearing (168A) on shaft (122).
NOTE: Tighten locknut if necessary to align the
closest tab of lockwasher with slot on locknut.
NOTE: Regreaseable bearing has a single
shield. The inboard bearing is installed with
shield away from impeller.
NOTE: Coat internal surfaces of bearings with
lubricant to be used in service.
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Fig. 128
Fig. 127
NOTE: There are several methods used to
install bearings. The recommended method is
to use an induction heater that heats as well as
demagnetizes the bearings.
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8.
Coat outside of outboard bearing (112A) and bore
of bearing housing (134) with oil.
9.
Lower shaft/bearing assembly into bearing
housing (134) (Fig. 129).
NOTE: Do not force assembly together.
WARNING
Wear insulated gloves when using a bearing
heater. Bearings will get hot and can cause
physical injury.
3.
Install outboard bearings (112A) on shaft (122).
NOTE: Refer to Appendix VII-2 for detailed
outboard bearing installation instructions.
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CAUTION
Duplex bearings are mounted back to back.
Make sure orientation of bearings is correct.
4.
Place lockwasher (382) on shaft (122). Place tang
of lockwasher in keyway of shaft (Fig. 128).
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Fig. 129
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10. Install clamp ring (253B) with bolts (236A).
Tighten bolts in a crisscross pattern. Check shaft
for free turning. Refer to Table 9 for bolt torque
values (Fig. 130).
16. Install clamping bolts (370C) into bearing housing
(134A). Hand tighten.
17. Install jacking bolts (370D) with locking nuts (423)
into housing (134A). Hand tighten.
11. Install new O-ring (496).
12. Install outboard labyrinth oil seal (332A) into
bearing housing (134). It is an O-ring fit. Position
the labyrinth seal drain slots at the bottom
6 o’clock position (Fig. 130).
NOTE: See Appendix IV or VIII for further
instructions on Labyrinth Seal installation.
XLT-X, X17 with Duplex Bearings
NOTE: Make sure that threads are clean and
apply thread sealant to pipe threads and
fittings.
1.
NOTE: Make sure the keyway edges are free of
burrs.
Install the oil fill plug (113A), oil drain plug (408A),
sight window (319), sight oiler plug (408J), four oil
mist connection plugs (408H), or grease fittings
(193) and grease relief plugs (113), and oil cooler
inlet and outlet plugs or oil cooler (408L, 408M) in
bearing frame (228) (Fig. 132).
NOTE: Cover the keyway lengthwise with a
piece of electrical tape prior to installing the
labyrinth seal. This will protect the O-rings.
Fig. 130
13. Coat outside of bearing housing (134) with oil.
14. Coat all internal surfaces of bearing frame (228A)
with oil.
15. Install shaft assembly into frame (228A), making
sure to leave approximately 0.125 in. (3.175 mm)
clearance between the face of the bearing
housing and bearing frame. Check shaft for free
turning (Fig. 131).
Fig. 132
2.
Install outboard bearings (112A) on shaft (122)
(Fig. 133).
NOTE: Refer to Appendix VII-2 for detailed
outboard bearing installation instructions.
NOTE: There are several methods used to
install bearings, The recommended method is
to use an induction heater that heats as well as
demagnetizes the bearings.
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WARNING
Wear insulated gloves when using a bearing
heater. Bearings will get hot and can cause
physical injury.
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CAUTION
Duplex bearings are mounted back to back.
Make sure bearing orientation is correct.
Fig. 131
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3.
Place lockwasher (382) on shaft (122). Place tang
of lockwasher in keyway of shaft.
4.
Thread locknut (136) onto shaft (122). Tighten
locknut until snug. Bend any tang of lockwasher
(382) into a slot of locknut.
7.
Install gasket (360C), end cover (109A), and bolts
(371C). Refer to Table 9 for bolt torque values.
Check shaft for free turning (Fig. 135).
NOTE: Tighten locknut if necessary to align the
closest tab of lockwasher with slot on locknut.
Fig. 135
8.
Fig. 133
5.
Coat outside of outboard bearing (112A) and bore
of bearing housing (134) with oil.
6.
Install bearing housing (134) onto shaft/bearing
assembly (Fig. 134).
NOTE: Do not force assembly together.
Install inboard bearing (168A) on shaft (122)
(Fig. 136).
NOTE: Regreaseable bearing has a single
shield. The inboard bearing is installed with
shield away from impeller.
NOTE: There are several methods used to
install bearings. The recommended method is
to use an induction heater that heats as well as
demagnetizes the bearings.
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WARNING
Wear insulated gloves when using a bearing
heater. Bearings will get hot and can cause
physical injury.
NOTE: Coat internal surfaces of bearings with
lubricant to be used in service.
Fig. 134
Fig. 136
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9.
16. Attach bearing frame foot (241) with bolts (370F).
Hand tighten.
Install new O-ring (496) (Fig. 137).
ALL MODELS
1.
Support frame assembly in horizontal position.
2.
Check shaft end play. Move shaft forward then
backward by hand, noting indicator movement. If
total indicator reading is greater than Table 10
values, disassemble and determine cause
(Fig. 139).
Fig. 137
10. Install outboard labyrinth oil seal (332A) into end
cover (109A). It is an O-ring fit. Position the
labyrinth seal drain slots at the bottom 6 o’clock
position.
NOTE: Make sure the keyway edges are free of
burrs.
NOTE: Cover the keyway lengthwise with a
piece of electrical tape prior to installing the
labyrinth seal. This will protect the O-rings.
11. Coat outside of bearing housing (134) with oil.
12. Coat all internal surfaces of bearing frame (228A)
with oil.
13. Install shaft assembly into frame (228A), making
sure to leave approximately 0.125 in. (3.175 mm)
clearance between the face of the bearing
housing and bearing frame. Check shaft for free
turning (Fig. 138).
Fig. 139
3.
Check shaft/sleeve runout. Put on shaft sleeve
(126) if used, and thread on impeller, hand tight.
Rotate shaft 360 degrees. If total indicator reading is
greater then .002 in., disassemble and determine
cause. Remove impeller and shaft sleeve (Fig. 140).
Fig. 138
Fig. 140
14. Install clamping bolts (370C) into bearing housing
(134). Hand tighten.
15. Install jacking bolts (370D) with locking nuts (423)
into housing (134). Hand tighten.
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4.
Check frame face run out. Rotate shaft so
indicator rides along the fit for 360 degrees. If total
indicator reading is greater than 0.001 in. (.025 mm)
disassemble and determine cause (Fig. 141).
8.
Check adapter fits. Rotate shaft through 360
degrees. If total indicator reading is greater than
.005 in. (.13 mm), determine the cause and
correct before proceeding (Fig. 143).
Fig. 143
Fig. 141
5.
Place manila gasket (360D) on frame (228)
(Fig. 142).
NOTE: The gasket is designed to fit one way
only. The dowel pins (469B) may be started in
their holes to hold the gasket in place.
6.
9.
Install inboard labyrinth oil seal (333A) into
adapter (108) / bearing frame (228). It is an
O-ring fit. Position the labyrinth seal drain slots at
the bottom (6 o’clock) position. (Fig. 144).
NOTE: For detailed labyrinth seal installation
instructions, see Appendix IV or VIII, Labyrinth
Seal Installation Instructions.
Install frame adapter (108), onto frame assembly.
Align bolt holes and dowel locations with those on
frame (Fig. 142).
STX
Fig. 144
Fig. 142
7.
Install dowel pins (469B) and bolts (370B).
Tighten bolts to Table 9 torque specifications in a
crisscross pattern.
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MTX/LTX
XLT-X, X17
Fig. 145
Pumps With Mechanical Seals:
1. Install seal chamber cover or backplate (184) with
nuts (370H) (Fig. 146).
Fig. 147
3.
Install shaft sleeve (126) if used (Fig. 148).
NOTE: If using 3198 with a Teflon® sleeve, the
sleeve should already be installed and finish
machined.
NOTE: Make sure sleeve is fully seated.
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WARNING
Wear a heavy set of work gloves when handling
impeller (101) as sharp edges may cause
physical injury.
Fig. 146
2.
Check seal chamber cover run-out. Rotate
indicator through 360 degrees. If total indicator
reading is greater than 0.005 in. (.13 mm),
determine cause and correct before proceeding
(Fig. 147).
3196, HT 3196,
NM 3196, 3198, 3796
Fig. 148
4.
STX, MTX, LTX - Install impeller (101) with
O-ring (412A).
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5.
CV 3196
Put shaft wrench and coupling key on shaft.
When impeller (101) makes firm contact with
sleeve (126), raise shaft wrench
(counterclockwise, viewed from impeller end of
shaft) off bench and slam it down (clockwise,
viewed from impeller end of shaft). A few sharp
raps will tighten impeller (101) properly (Fig. 152).
Fig. 149
Fig. 152
6.
LF 3196
Fig. 150
XLT-X & X17 - Install the impeller (101) without
the O-ring (412A) and Teflon® washer (428D) on
plug (458Y).
Fig. 151
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Loosen clamp bolts (370C), and jacking bolts
(370D). Measure gap between impeller (101) and
seal chamber/stuffing box cover (184) with a
feeler gauge. When 0.030 in. clearance is
reached, tighten clamp bolts (370C), jacking bolts
(370D), and locking nuts (423) (Fig. 153)
NOTE: This approximates the impeller position
when set at 0.015 in. (.38 mm) from casing.
Final impeller adjustment must be made after
installation into casing.
Fig. 153
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7.
Check impeller (101) runout. Check vane tip to
vane tip. If total indicator reading is greater than
0.005 in. (.13 mm), determine cause and correct
before proceeding (Fig. 154).
9. Remove the impeller (101), and shaft sleeve
(126) if used.
NOTE: Do not remove a Teflon® sleeve from a
knurled 3198 shaft.
Fig. 154
NOTE: The face of the CV 3196 impeller is not
machined. Checking the face runout on the
CV 3196 impeller is not required.
8.
Blue the shaft sleeve (126) or shaft (122) if no
sleeve is used. Scribe a mark at gland gasket
face of seal chamber/stuffing box cover (184).
This will be the datum for installation of
mechanical seal (Fig. 155).
Fig. 156
10. Remove the seal chamber cover or the backplate
(184).
NOTE: The mechanical seal reference
dimension for the NM 3196 and the 3198 is
based on the gland seat face of the backplate.
NOTE: If installing a cartridge mechanical seal,
the shaft or sleeve does not need to be marked.
The seal is self setting.
Fig. 157
For inside mounted seals:
11. Install stationary seat into gland (107) per seal
manufacturer’s instructions.
12. Slide gland (107) with stationary seat over shaft,
up to adapter face (Fig. 158).
Fig. 155
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13. Install mechanical seal on shaft (122) or shaft
sleeve (126) per seal manufacturer’s instructions.
Install shaft sleeve (126) if used (with seal).
NOTE: Anti-galling compound can be applied to
the sleeve bore to aid in disassembly.
15. Install impeller (101) with new O-ring (412A). Put
shaft wrench and coupling key on shaft. When
impeller (101) makes firm contact with sleeve
(126), raise shaft wrench (counterclockwise when
viewed from impeller end of shaft) off bench and
slam it down (clockwise when viewed from
impeller end of shaft). A few sharp raps will
tighten impeller (101) properly (Fig. 160).
NOTE: Be sure to use a properly balanced
impeller.
Fig. 158
14. Install seal chamber cover (184) with nuts (370H)
(Fig. 159).
Fig. 160
16. Install gland (107) with nuts (355) (Fig. 161).
Fig. 159
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WARNING
Wear a heavy set of work gloves when handling
impeller (101) as sharp edges may cause
physical injury.
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Fig. 161
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.
For outside mounted seals:
11. Install the mechanical seal on the shaft (122) or
sleeve, if used (126) per the seal manufacturer’s
instructions. Install the sleeve with the seal, if used.
12. Slide gland and then stationary seat, with gaskets,
on the shaft or sleeve (Fig. 162).
Fig. 164
NOTE: Be sure to use a properly balanced
impeller.
Fig. 162
13. Install the seal chamber or backplate (184) with
hex nuts (370H). Be sure that the gland studs line
up with the holes in the gland (Fig. 163).
15. Install the gland (107) with hex nuts (355).
Pumps With Packing:
1.
Install stuffing box cover (184) with nuts (370H)
(Fig 165).
Fig. 163
14. Install the impeller (101) with a new o-ring (412A).
Put the shaft wrench and coupling key on the
shaft. When the impeller makes firm contact with
the sleeve, raise the shaft wrench (counterclockwise when viewed from the impeller end of
the shaft) off the bench and slam it down
(clockwise when viewed from the impeller end of
the shaft). A few sharp raps will tighten the
impeller properly (Fig. 164).
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2.
Check stuffing box cover run-out. Rotate indicator
through 360 degrees. Total indicator reading greater
than 0.005 in. (.13 mm) indicates a problem (Fig. 166).
Fig. 168
Fig. 166
3.
5.
Install shaft sleeve (126) (Fig. 167).
NOTE: Anti-galling compound can be applied to
the sleeve bore to aid in disassembly.
NOTE: Make sure sleeve is fully seated.
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WARNING
Wear a heavy set of work gloves when handling
impeller (101) as sharp edges may cause injury.
Loosen clamp bolts (370C), and jacking bolts
(370D) (Fig. 169). Measure gap between impeller
(101) and seal chamber/stuffing box cover (184)
with a feeler gauge. When 0.030 in. (.76 mm)
clearance is reached, tighten clamp bolts (370C),
jacking bolts (370D), and locking nuts (423)
(Fig. 169).
NOTE: This approximates the impeller position
when set at 0.015 in. (.38 mm) from casing.
Fig. 167
4.
Install impeller (101) with O-ring (412A). Put shaft
wrench and coupling key on shaft. When impeller
(101) makes firm contact with sleeve (126), raise
shaft wrench (counterclockwise when viewed
from impeller end of shaft) off bench and slam it
down (clockwise when viewed from impeller end
of shaft). A few sharp raps will tighten impeller
properly (Fig. 168).
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Fig. 169
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6.
Check impeller runout. Check vane tip to vane tip.
Total indicator reading greater than 0.005 in.
(.13 mm) indicates a problem (Fig. 170).
5.
Install four (4) socket head cap screws (265),
tighten securely.
6.
Install new sealing element into gland.
7.
Install gasket (360Q) and gland (107) on stuffing
box cover (184). Install nuts (355).
8.
Install dynamic seal assembly. Install nuts (370H)
(Fig. 172).
NOTE: Anti-galling compound can be applied to
the sleeve bore to aid in disassembly.
Fig. 170
NOTE: The face of the CV 3196 impeller is not
machined. Checking the face runout on the
CV 3196 impeller is not required.
7.
Install packing and gland according to Section 4,
Operation.
370H
Pumps With Dynamic Seals:
(3196, CV 3196, LF 3196 only)
1.
Place backplate (444) flat side down on the bench
(Fig. 171).
Fig. 172
9.
Check stuffing box cover run-out. Rotate indicator
through all 360 degrees. Total indicator reading
greater than 0.005 in. indicates a problem
(Fig. 173).
Fig. 171
2.
Place repeller (262) in backplate (444), sleeve side
up.
3.
Place Teflon gasket (264) on backplate (444),
lining up holes.
4.
Place stuffing box cover (184) on backplate (444),
lining up holes.
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ALL MODELS STX, MTX, LTX, XLT-X, X17
Reinstall Back Pull-Out Assembly
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WARNING
Back pull-out assembly weighs more than 50
lbs. Do not handle unassisted as physical
injury may occur.
1.
Clean casing fit and install casing gasket (351) in
place on seal chamber/stuffing box cover.
2.
Loosen clamping bolts (370C) and jacking bolts
(370D) on bearing housing (Fig. 174).
Fig. 176
4.
Install casing bolts (370), finger tight. Casing bolts
(370) may be coated with anti-galling compound
to aid disassembly. Tighten the casing bolts per
Table 9 torque values. Install casing jack screws
(418), snug tight (Fig. 177).
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CAUTION
Do not overtighten casing jack screws (418).
Fig. 174
3.
Install back pull-out assembly in casing
(Fig. 175, 176).
Fig. 177
5.
Replace shims under frame foot and tighten
frame foot to baseplate. To insure that the proper
shim is used, a dial indicator should be mounted
to measure distance between top of frame and
baseplate. This distance should not change as
frame foot bolting is tightened.
Fig. 175
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6.
7.
Check total travel of impeller in casing. With new
parts, acceptable range is 0.030 in. (.76 mm). to
0.065 in. (1.65 mm). If outside this range,
improper parts or installation or too much pipe
strain is present. Determine cause and correct.
8.
Replace auxiliary piping at this time.
9.
Fill pump with proper lubricant. Refer to Section 5,
Preventive Maintenance for requirements.
NOTE: For reassembly of the C-Face adapter,
see Appendix V.
Adjust impeller clearance according to procedure
outlined in the Preventive Maintenance Section.
Model HT 3196 Only
1.
Assemble casing support (239) to casing (100) as
shown in Fig. 178. The stamped part number on
the casing support (239) is located on the left
hand side when facing the casing suction.
Fig. 178
POST ASSEMBLY CHECKS
All checks and procedures listed under
Safety, Installation, Operation and
Preventive Maintenance sections must be
followed.
After completion of these operations, check if it is
possible to rotate shaft easily by hand. If all is proper,
continue with pump start-up.
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ASSEMBLY TROUBLESHOOTING
Symptom
Cause
Remedy
Bearing internal clearance too great.
Replace bearings with correct type.
Excessive shaft end play.
Snap ring loose in bearing housing groove.
Reseat.
Sleeve worn.
Replace
Shaft bent.
Replace.
Shaft bent.
Replace
Excessive shaft/sleeve runout.
Excessive bearing frame flange runout.
Bearing frame flange distorted.
Replace.
Corrosion.
Replace.
Adapter to frame gasket not seated properly.
Reseat.
Excessive frame adapter runout.
Excessive seal chamber/stuffing box cover
runout.
Seal chamber/stuffing box cover not properly
seated in frame adapter.
Corrosion or wear.
Excessive impeller vane tip runout.
Bent vane(s).
Replace.
Replace impeller.
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PARTS LIST WITH MATERIALS
Item
100
101
105
106
107
108
109C
112A
113
113B
122
122
126
134
136
168A
184
193
228
236A
241
248
250
253B
319
332A
333A
351
353
355
358
358Y
360C
360D
360Q
361A
370
370B
370C
370D
370F
370H
371C
382
383
400
408A
408H
408J
408L
408M
408N
418
423
423B
428
458Y
469B
494
496
412A
497F
497G
497H
497J
497L
497N
503
529
555
555A
555B
555C
555D
96
Qty per
Pump
1
1
1
1 Set
1
1
1X
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
10
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
1
1X
1X
1
1
1
H
4
Y
Y
2
2
6X
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
3
3
2
1
1X
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1#
1
1
1
2
2
1
Part Name
Casing
Impeller
Lantern Ring
Stuffing Box Packing
Gland—Packed Box
Frame Adapter
Outboard Bearing End Cover
Outboard Bearing
Plug—Grease Relief
Plug—Oil Fill
Shaft—Less Sleeve
Shaft—With Sleeve
Shaft Sleeve
Bearing Housing
Bearing Locknut
Radial Bearing
Seal Chamber/Stuffing Box Cover
Grease Fitting
Bearing Frame
Cap Screw—Bearing Clamp Ring
Frame Foot
Oil Thrower
Gland—Mechanical SEal
Bearing Clamp Ring
Sight Glass
Outboard Labyrinth Seal w/O-rings
Inboard Labyrinth Seal w/O-rings
Casing Gasket
Gland Stud
Gland Stud Nut
Plug—Casing Drain
Plug, Impeller
Gasket—Thrust End Cover
Gasket—Frame-to-Adapter
Gasket—Gland-to-Stuffing Box Cover
Retaining Ring
Bolt—Adapter to Case
Bolt—Frame-to-Adapter
Clamp Bolt —Bearing Housing
Jack Bolt—Bearing Housing
Bolt—Frame Foot to Frame
Stud—Stuffing Box Cover-to-Adapter
Cap Screw-End Cover to Bearing Housing
Bearing Lockwasher
Mechanical Seal
Coupling Key
Plug—Oil Drane
Plug—Oil Mist Connection
Plug—Oiler
Plug—Oil Cooler Inlet
Plug—Oil Cooler Outlet
Plug—Sight Glass
Jack Bolt—Adapter-to-Case
Jam Nut—Bearing Housing Jack Bolt
Hex Nut—Stuffing Box Cover to Adapter
Gasket, Plug
Plug, Impeller
Dowel Pin—Frame-to-Adapter
Tube Element, Finned Cooled
O-Ring Bearing Housing
O-Ring—Impeller
O-Ring—Outboard Labyrinth Rotor
O-Ring—Outboard Labyrinth Stator
O-Ring—Inboard Labyrinth Rotor
O-Ring—Inboard Laybrinth Stator
O-Ring Internal (inboard)
O-Ring Internal (outboard)
Adapter Ring
Lockwasher—Frame Foot-to-Bearing Frame
Tube, Finned Cooling Assembly
Tube, Ftg Male (Frame Cooling)
Connector, Thermocouple (Frame Cooling)
Elbow, Female (Frame Cooling)
Conn TC Sealed PWR
All
D.I.
1012
1013
3196, CV 3196, HT 3196, 3796
D.I. w/
316SS
All
Al
Impeller
316SS
CD4MCu
All
Alloy 20
Teflon®
Non-Asbestos Braid
1203
1204
1013
1001
Double row angular contact (duplex pair for LTX)
2210
2210
s
2229
2230
2238
2229
2230
1001
Steel
Single Row Ball
1012
1012
1203
1216
1204
Steel
STX All Others - 1001
2210
1001
2210
Material Varies
2210
Glass/Steel
Brass ASTM B505-96
Brass ASTM B505-96
Aramid Fiber w/EPDM
2228
2228
2210
2229
2230
2229
2230
Vellumoid
Vellumoid
Material Varies
Steel
2210
2228
2210
2210
2210
2210
2228
2210
Steel
Material Varies
2210
2210
2210
2210
2210
2210
2210
2228
2210
2228
Teflon®
2229
2230
Steel
304SS / Copper
Buna N
Teflon®
Viton
Viton
Viton
Viton
Viton
Viton
1013
Steel
304AA / Copper
Brass
Brass
Brass
Cast Iron
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OF CONSTRUCTION
3196, CV 3196, HT 3196, 3796
All
317SS
NM 3196
3198
DI/
®
Teflon
9639
6944
—
—
—
1209
1209
All
Monel
1119
1119
All
Nickel
1601
1601
All
HastC
1215
1215
All
Hast B
1217
1217
All
Titanium
1220
1220
1209
1119
1601
1215
1217
1220
Vinylester
6929
6929
—
—
—
2232
2150
2155
2248
2247
2156
2229
2232
2150
2155
2248
2247
2156
2229
—
6947
—
1209
1119
1601
1215
1217
1220
6929
9639
2232
2232
2232
2232
2150
2150
2150
2150
2155
2155
2156
2156
2248
2248
2248
2248
2247
2247
2247
2247
2156
2156
2156
2156
2229
2229
—
—
2229
2229
—
—
2229
Y 3 for STX, MTX, LTX
4 for XLT-X, X-17
H 4 for 6” STX
8 for 8” STX
8 for 8” MTX
16 for 13” MTX, LTX, XLT-X
24 FOR 15” XLTX-X
12 FOR 10” MTX, LTX & X-17
s 2229 for Mech Seals
2237 all other
X XLT - X & X-17 only
6
2232
2150
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2155
2248
2247
2156
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MATERIAL CROSS REFERENCE CHART
Material
Cast Iron
Ductile Iron
Ductile Iron
CD4MCu
Monel
316SS
Alloy 20
317SS
Hastelloy C
CD4MCu
Hastelloy B
Titanium
Nickel
Monel
Nickel
Titanium
Carbon Steel
Carbon Steel
304SS
316SS
Alloy 20
317SS
4150 Steel
4140 Steel
4140 Steel
Alloy B-2
Alloy C-276
GMP-2000
PFA Lined Steel
PFA Lined 316SS
PFA Lined Ductile Iron
ITT Goulds Pumps
Material Code
1001
1012
1013
1041
1119
1203
1204
1209
1215
1216
1217
1220
1601
2150
2155
2156
2201
2210
2228
2229
2230
2232
2237
2238
2239
2247
2248
6929
6944
6947
9639
ASTM
A48 CLASS 20
A395 Gr60-40-18
A536 Gr60-42-10
A744 CD4MCU
A494 GrM-35-1
A744 CF-8M
A744CN-7M
A744CG-8M
A494 CW-6M
A744CD4MCU
A494 N-7M
B367 GrC-3
A494 GrCZ100
B164 UNS N04400
B160 UNS N02200
B348 Gr2
A576 Gr. 1018 and 1020
A108Gr1211
A276 Type 304
A276 Type 316
B473 (N08020)
A276
A322Gr4150
A434Gr4140
A193 Gr. B7
B335 (N10665)
B574 (N10276)
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
DIN
1.4408
1.4500
1.4448
ISO
JIS
G5121 (SC514)
9.4460
Fasteners/Plugs
Material
Carbon Steel
Stainless Steel
316 Stainless Steel
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ITT Goulds Pumps Material Code
2210
2228
2229
ASTM
A307Gr.B.
F593Gr1
F593Gr2
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Model HT 3196 Parts List with Materials of Construction
(For all other Items refer to the 3196 Parts List with Materials of Construction)
Item
100
122
122
239
351
370
370Y
412A
437
494
316SS
Part Description
Casing
Shaft - With Sleeve
Shaft - Less Sleeve (Optional)
Support, Casing
Gasket, Casing
Screw, H. Cap Adapter to Casing
Screw, H. Cap Casing to Support
O-Ring, Graphoil Impeller
Lockwasher, Casing to Support
Finned Cooler Tube
Item
100
122
122
239
351
370
370Y
412A
437
494
Hastelloy C
Part Description
Casing
Shaft - With Sleeve
Shaft - Less Sleeve (Optional)
Support, Casing
Gasket, Casing
Screw, H. Cap Adapter to Casing
Screw, H. Cap Casing to Support
O-Ring, Graphoil Impeller
Lockwasher, Casing to Support
Finned Cooler Tube
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Mat’l Code
1203
2229
2229
2201
5175
2239
2210
2210
Mat’l Code
1215
2229
2248
2201
5175
2239
2210
2210
Item
100
122
122
239
351
370
370Y
412A
437
494
Alloy 20
Part Descripton
Casing
Shaft - With Sleeve
Shaft - Less Sleeve (Optional)
Support, Casing
Gasket, Casing
Screw, H. Cap Adapter to Casing
Screw, H. Cap Casing to Support
O-Ring, Graphoil Impeller
Lockwasher, Casing to Support
Finned Cooler Tube
Item
100
122
122
239
351
370
370Y
412A
437
494
CD4MCu
Part Descripton
Casing
Shaft - With Sleeve
Shaft - Less Sleeve (Optional)
Support, Casing
Gasket, Casing
Screw, H. Cap Adapter to Casing
Screw, H. Cap Casing to Support
O-Ring, Graphoil Impeller
Lockwasher, Casing to Support
Finned Cooler Tube
Mat’l Code
1204
2229
2230
2201
5175
2239
2210
2210
Mat’l Code
1216
2229
2230
2201
5175
2239
2210
2210
99
Model 3196 Cross Sectional
100
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Model CV 3196 Cross Sectional
6
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101
Model HT 3196 Cross Sectional (LTX)
Finned tube oil cooler is not shown but is standard with HT 3196.
See power frame exploded view drawing.
102
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Model LF 3196 Cross Sectional
6
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103
Model NM 3196 Cross Sectional
104
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Model 3198 Cross Sectional
6
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105
Model 3796 Cross Sectional
106
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STX Power End
6
Finned tube oil cooler is standard on HT 3196
and optional for all other models.
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107
MTX Power End
Finned tube oil cooler is standard on HT 3196
and optional for all other models.
108
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LTX Power End
6
Finned tube oil cooler is standard on HT 3196
and optional for all other models.
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109
XLT-X Power End
Finned tube oil cooler is standard on HT 3196
and optional for all other models.
110
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