consumer pumps - Pro Flow Dynamics

consumer pumps - Pro Flow Dynamics
Bulletin M0104D EN - Rev. 1
CONSUMER PUMPS
USE AND
MAINTENANCE
MANUAL
ENGLISH
EN
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(Translated from Italian) EN
A
INDEX
A INDEX ................................................... 3
H3 MECHANICAL INSTALLATION ......
H4 HYDRAULIC CONNECTIONS ........
H4-1 MAXIMUM LENGTH OF
THE SUCTION PIPES ..........
H5 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS ......
B FIRST AID RULES ............................... 5
C GENERAL INFORMATION ................... 5
D SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ...................
D1 SAFETY RULES .............................
D2 TRANSPORT, HANDLING
AND UNPACKING ..........................
D3 DISPOSAL ......................................
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E USING AND LOOKING AFTER
MANUALS ............................................ 7
E1 LIST OF SUPPLIED MANUALS ...... 8
E2 IDENTIFICATION PLATE ................ 8
F DESCRIPTION OF MAIN PARTS .......
F2 PUMP UNIT ....................................
F3 PULSER METER ............................
F4 CONTROL SYSTEM .......................
F5 NOZZLE .........................................
F6 DISPLAY UNIT COVER ..................
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G TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ......... 10
G1 PERMITTED USES ......................... 10
G2 USES NOT PERMITTED ................ 10
G3 ABSORBED POWER ..................... 10
G4 HYDRAULIC PERFORMANCE ....... 10
G5 CONTROL SYSTEM
PERFORMANCE ............................ 10
G6 METERING ACCURACY ................ 10
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COMMISSIONING .............................. 15
I1 ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY ..... 15
I2 WETTING THE PUMP .................... 15
I3 STATION CONFIGURATION .......... 15
I4 DISENGAGING THE "MC"
SYSTEM ......................................... 15
I5 FIRST PRIMING ............................. 16
I6 METER CALIBRATION ................... 17
L DAILY USE ........................................... 18
L1 FUEL DISPENSING ....................... 18
M ROUTINE MAINTENANCE ................. 19
M1 OPENING AND CLOSING THE
CUBE MC ....................................... 19
M2 PUMP AND PIPES ......................... 19
M3 DISPENSER PIPE AND NOZZLE ... 20
M4 “MC" CONTROL SYSTEM ............. 20
M5 FILTERS ......................................... 20
M5.2 PUMP FILTER ....................... 21
M5.3 PULSER FILTER ................... 21
M6 PULSER ......................................... 21
M7 TROUBLESHOOTING .................... 22
N SPECIAL MAINTENANCE .................. 23
O CUBE MC SPARE PARTS ................... 24
H INSTALLATION .................................... 11
H1 GENERAL ....................................... 11
H2 STATION POSITIONING ................ 11
P MANUFACTURER'S DETAILS
AND AFTER-SALES SERVICE ........... 25
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EN (Translated from Italian)
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
The undersigned:
PIUSI S.p.A
Via Pacinotti c.m. z.i.Rangavino
46029 Suzzara - Mantova - Italy
HEREBY STATES
under its own responsibility, that the equipment described below:
Description:
DIESEL FUEL DISPENSER
Model:
CUBE MC
Serial number:
refer to Lot Number shown on CE plate affixed to the
product
Year of manufacture:
refer to the year of production shown on the CE plate
affixed to the product
is in conformity with the legal provisions indicated in the directives:
- Machine Directive 2006/42/EC
- Low-Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
- Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2004/108/EC
The documentation is at the disposal of the competent authority following motivated
request at Piusi S.p.A. or following request sent to the email address: [email protected]
The person authorised to compile the technical file and draw up the declaration is
Otto Varini as legal representative.
Suzzara 29/12/2009
the legal representative
! Warning:
The CUBE MC dispensing units described in this manual are for professional use only.
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B
FIRST AID RULES
Persons who have ingested toxic liquids: whenever fuel has been swallowed, do
not induce vomiting, but have the injured person drink large quantities of milk or
water.
Persons who have suffered electric shock: disconnect the power source, or use
a dry insulator to protect yourself while you move the injured person away from any
electrical conductor. Avoid touching the injured person with your bare hands until
he is far away from any conductor. Immediately call for help from qualified and
trained personnel.
IN ALL CASES, SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION IMMEDIATELY
C
GENERAL INFORMATION
CUBE MC dispensers are appliances designed for the private distribution of diesel fuel for
motor transport. All the models of the series have the same sturdy metal structure and selfpriming type pumps. Reliability of the pumping units, precise measuring of the dispensed
product and Control System efficiency are the strong points of CUBE MC.
This manual refers to CUBE MC models only.
D
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
All the CUBE MC models have been designed and built according to applicable EC directives
relating to essential safety and health requirements.
Page 4 of this manual shows a copy of the manufacturer's DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY.
D1
SAFETY RULES
Protective gloves. Prolonged contact with hydrocarbons can cause skin irritation:
when dispensing fuel always use PVC gloves conforming to the standard EN 388
cat.2.
Permitted uses. The unit must always be used for the purpose intended. Follow the
instructions listed in the chapter Instructions for Use.
Overheating. To prevent overheating, make sure that the pump of the dispenser
stops whenever fuel has not been dispensed for more than 2 minutes.
Smoking prohibited. When operating the dispenser and in particular during
refuelling, do not smoke and do not use open flame.
Electrical precautions. There are dangerously high voltages inside the unit.
Only qualified and authorized technical personnel are allowed to open the
dispenser.
Service. Service of the dispenser must be performed by qualified personnel.
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TRANSPORT, HANDLING AND UNPACKING
CUBE MC is shipped inside stackable
cardboard packaging.
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D2
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DIMENSIONS OF PACKAGING:
h=480 mm /
L=380 mm /
D=380 mm
TOTAL WEIGHT:
CUBE 70 MC =
26.5 kg
WEIGHT OF
PACKAGING:
1.8 kg
290
196
118
500
293
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When the machine is not used, whether it is packed or unpacked, it must be stored in a place
protected from the weather (rain, damp, sun, etc.) and from dust. To remove the cardboard
packaging, use a pair of scissors or cutters, being careful not to damage the appliance. Fully open
the packaging and take out the CUBE MC so that it can be taken to the place of final installation.
Due to the weight of Cube MC, the product should be removed from its packaging by 2 persons.
Moreover, 2 persons should also attend to the positioning, fixing and installation phase. Once the
packaging has been removed, the station must always be kept in vertical position. Packaging parts
(cardboard, wood, cellophane, etc...) must be placed in specific containers and not left lying around
or within reach of children, as these represent a potential risk hazard. They must be disposed of
according to the regulations applicable in the country of use.Check the integrity of the machine
by making sure the shipped parts are not damaged in any way that could affect safety and
operation. In case of any doubts, do not start the appliance but contact the manufacturer's
after-sales service.
After unpacking, proceed to assemble the CUBE MC, as shown below:
- Fit the hose support hook (PHOTO No. 1)
- Fit the equaliser operating lever (PHOTO No. 2)
- Apply thread sealer at the points shown in the photo, before proceeding with final assembly.
(PHOTO No. 3)
PHOTO No. 1
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PHOTO No. 2
PHOTO No. 3
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D3
DISPOSAL
The components must be given to companies that specialise in the disposal and recycling of
industrial waste and, in particular, the DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING.
The packaging consists of biodegradable cardboard which can be delivered to companies for
normal recycling of cellulose.
DISPOSAL OF METAL COMPONENTS
The metal components, both painted and stainless steel, are usually recycled by companies that are
specialised in the metal-scrapping industry.
DISPOSAL OF ELECTRIC AND ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS:
these have to be disposed by companies that are specialised in the disposal of electronic
components, in accordance with the instructions of 2002/96/EC (see text of Directive below).
ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION FOR CUSTOMERS IN THE EUROPEAN UNION
European Directive 2002/96/EC requires that the equipement bearing this symbol on
the product and/or its packaging must not be disposed of with unsorted municipal
waste. The symbol indicates that this product should be disposed of separately from
regular household waste streams.It is your responsibility to dispose of this and other
electric and electronic equipment via designated collection facilities appointed by the
government or local authorities.
DISPOSAL OF OTHER PARTS:
The disposal of other parts such as pipes, rubber seals, plastic components and cables should be
entrusted to companies that special in the disposal of industrial waste.
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USING AND LOOKING AFTER MANUALS
This manual is common to all CUBE MC models and illustrates the main characteristics of the
various models, providing information on:
- electrical and mechanical installation
- first start up operations
- daily use
This manual DOES NOT cover other aspects such as:
- configuration and operation of the Control system
For these aspects, refer to the specific manuals which accompany each station model.
! ATTENTION
The list in paragraph F1 indicates the number of the manual where the component is
described in detail (pump, meter, control system, etc.)
For the installer's convenience, all supplied manuals are grouped together in an envelope.
This collection of manuals is an integral and essential part of the product and, as provided by EEC
directive 89/392, must be given to the persons in charge of using and servicing the machine, to
ensure fulfilment of the provisions relating to training/information referred to in EEC directive 89/391.
Carefully read the instructions contained in these manuals, as these are most important for
installation safety, operation and maintenance.
The manufacturer disclaims all liability for injury to persons or damage to things, or the
machine, in the event of this being used in a way different to that indicated in the instructions.
Look after this manual carefully in a place protected from damp, heat, dust, oils, greases, etc.,
as it will be useful for future reference and consultation. Do not remove, tear or amend any
parts of the manual for any reason. In case of loss or damage, ask the manufacturer for a
copy, quoting the manual code.
This manual must always remain with the machine; in the event of the machine being sold, it
must be given to the new user.
! ATTENTION
The company reserves the right to change CUBE MC features and specifications at any time.
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E1
LIST OF SUPPLIED MANUALS
Below is a list of all the manuals, besides this one, to be provided together with the CUBE MC:
- M0042 Panther 72 pump manual
- M0147 K600/3 die-cast meter manual
- M0103 CUBE MC control system manual
- M0105 Cube MC software manual
E2
IDENTIFICATION PLATE
The cube MC stations feature an
identification plate showing:
- Model
- Serial number / Year of manufacture
- Technical specifications
- CE mark
VERSION 230/50
CUBE MC
CODE f0059400
MANUFACTURER
PIUSI S.P.A.
SUZZARA
(MN) ITALY
CERTIFIED COMPANY
UNI-EN ISO 9001
SERIAL NUMBER
230 V
50 Hz
4.2 A
900 W
2800 rpm
IP55
Qmax 72 l/min
Pmax 3 bar
< 75 db
S1
COSØ 0,92
Cond. 12,5 m
F
LOT NUMBER
YEAR 2008
0000001
Read instruction
M0103 - M0104
VERSION 110/60
CUBE MC
CODE f0059400
MANUFACTURER
PIUSI S.P.A.
SUZZARA
(MN) ITALY
CERTIFIED COMPANY
UNI-EN ISO 9001
SERIAL NUMBER
110 V
60 Hz
5,5 A
550 W
2785 rpm
IP55
Qmax 69 l/min
Pmax 3 bar
< 75 db
S1
COSØ 0,92
Cond. 40 m
F
LOT NUMBER
YEAR 2008
0000001
Read instruction
M0103 - M0104
PRODUCT NAME
PRODUCT CODE
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
PRODUCTION YEAR
"CE" MARK
PRODUCT NAME
PRODUCT CODE
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
PRODUCTION YEAR
"CE" MARK
! ATTENTION
Before installing, always make sure the dispenser model is correct and suitable for the
available power supply (voltage/frequency).
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F
DESCRIPTION OF MAIN PARTS
CUBE MC dispensers are designed for the transfer of diesel fuel
for private use. Characterized by maximum safety and simplicity
of use, CUBE dispensers are dependable, high-performance
equipment that is quickly installed and ready for use.
Equipment and features are:
1 Blade type rotating self-priming pump with incorporated
bypass valve.
2 Motor with degree of protection IP55 and heat protection,
230 V AC single phase.
3 Four meters of anti-static rubber tube for fuel.
4 Automatic type dispenser nozzle with ON/OFF switch
integrated in the nozzle support.
5 Steel body with anti-corrosion treatment and paint finish.
Control system.
7 Meter
F2
FRONT
INSPECTION
PANEL
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4
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PUMP UNIT
Unit with blade type self-priming electric pump,
featuring bypass valve. Such a valve allows
functioning for brief periods of time even with the
dispensing nozzle closed.
The motor, which is directly coupled to the pump
body, is asynchronous, of the closed type
(degree of protection IP 55 according to EN
60034-5-86 standard) self-ventilated, single
phase. For further details, refer to the relevant
manuals indicated in the summary table of
paragraph E1.
F3
ROOF
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1
3
2
PULSER METER
The K600/3 Pulser meter features a measurement system with high-precision oval gears
designed for accurate fuel metering. These have a sturdy die-cast aluminium structure and are
complete with inlet suction filter. They are easy to service and reliable. For further details, see
the manual indicated on the summary table of paragraph E1.
F4
CONTROL SYSTEM
The electronic control system -MC- ensures the dispenser can only be used by authorised
personnel. All the data relating to each dispensing operation are stored and can be transferred
to a PC (optional).
For further details, see the manual indicated on the summary table of paragraph E1.
F5
NOZZLE
The nozzle supplied with CUBE MC is of automatic type; it is fitted with a shut-off device for full tank.
F6
DISPLAY UNIT COVER
To ensure adequate protection and the correct visibility of the CUBE MC display units,
including in very strong light conditions, a pull-out display unit cover has been integrated in
the structure. This can be lowered in case of need. In very strong light conditions, we
advise always keeping the display cover lowered when not in use.
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G
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL
CUBE MC
CUBE 70 MC
G1
POWER VOLTAGE
230 V / 50 Hz
110 V / 60 Hz
ABSORPTION (A)
4.2
5.5
POWER (W)
900
550
FLOW RATE (l/min)
70
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PERMITTED USES
Transfer of diesel fuel with a viscosity from 2 to 5.35 cSt at 37.8°C and PM flash point > 55°C.
G2
USES NOT PERMITTED
The transfer of fluids with different characteristics than those indicated above is not allowed.
In particular:
• Gasoline, solvents and inflammable liquids with PM < 55°C (danger of fire/explosion).
• Liquid food products (contamination of the same).
• Water (pump oxidation).
• Corrosive chemical products (pump corrosion).
• Liquids with viscosity > 20 cSt (motor overload).
G3
ABSORBED POWER
The CUBE MC stations must be powered by a power line with the same RATED VOLTAGE /
FREQUENCY as that indicated on the IDENTIFICATION PLATE.
The maximum acceptable variations from the electrical parameters are:
- VOLTAGE
+/- 5%
- FREQUENCY
+/- 2%
The IDENTIFICATION PLATE shows maximum ABSORBED POWER (in Ampères), with
respect to which, the power protection appliances required by applicable standards (not
supplied with the station) must be sized.
The maximum absorbed power refers to intended-use operation - DISPENSING OF DIESEL
FUEL - with power supply within the above-mentioned limits.
G4
HYDRAULIC PERFORMANCE
When correctly installed and powered, and used for the purpose for which they were designed
- DISPENSING OF DIESEL FUEL - the CUBE MC stations perform as follows:
- Model CUBE MC:
FLOW RATE MAX 70 litres/minute
The installed pumps ensure CONTINUOUS operation of the stations.
G5
CONTROL SYSTEM PERFORMANCE
The performance of the MC control system is detailed in the M0103 manual supplied together
with the CUBE MC.
G6
METERING ACCURACY
Thanks to the PULSER K600 METER and to the MC control system which ensures precise
CALIBRATION, the CUBE MC stations provide the following performance:
ACCURACY: +/- 0,5%
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(after calibration, for flow rates above 5 litres/minute).
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H
INSTALLATION
H1
GENERAL
CUBE MC can be installed outside. Nevertheless, it is advisable to locate it under the shelter
of a roof to ensure the dispenser's longevity and provide greater comfort during refuelling in
the event of bad weather. The installation of the dispenser must be carried out by skilled
personnel and performed according to the instructions provided in this chapter.
Whenever CUBE MC is not installed under cover, a "display cover" is provided to protected the
display and keyboard.
! ATTENTION
The motors are not of an anti-explosive type.
DO NOT install CUBE MC in places where there is risk of explosion.
The CUBE MC stations can be connected both to tanks above ground and tanks under ground.
H2
STATION POSITIONING
The positioning of the SELF SERVICE must be such that it is possible to:
- Easily remove the panels to access the inner components when necessary.
- Observe the distances and maximum differences in level between the station and the tank.
- Securely fasten the casing to the ground on a horizontal surface.
Station positioning determines the following parameters, which distinguish each installation:
Hp:
Priming height
Ls:
Total length of the suction pipe - from the foot valve to the station
(expressed in metres)
To ensure correct station operation, the following limitations must always be kept to:
Hp max: not over 3 metres
LS max: not over 15 metres
H3
MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
Before starting installation, make sure no packaging materials are trapped in the pipes.
Prepare suitable stilts or fixing brackets depending on the fixing position of the CUBE MC.
The tube coming from the tank must be aligned to the threaded inlet of the pump filter which
is located under the CUBE MC.
TANK ABOVE
GROUND
TANK UNDER
GROUND
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H4
HYDRAULIC CONNECTIONS
SUCTION LINE
The diameter of the "Ds" suction line must be selected according to the station model and the
position of the station with respect to the tank.
With reference to the "Hp" and "Ls" values indicated at point H2, the following MINIMUM
DIAMETERS of the suction pipe must always be ensured.
H4.1 MAXIMUM LENGTH OF THE SUCTION PIPES
The maximum length of the tubing, the diameter of the tubing, the difference in height, are
parameters that are tightly linked to creating suction conditions. The latter must not be such
as to create backpressure greater than 0.6 bar. It follows as a consequence that, after
respecting the minimum diameter of the tubing specified in the "Recommendations and
Warnings" below, the length of the tubing decreases as the difference in height that the diesel
fuel must overcome increases and vice versa: in fact, the back pressure progressively
increases by 0.08 bar for every meter increase in the static height of the pump with respect to
the level of the diesel fuel in the tank.
RECOMMENDATIONS AND WARNINGS:
- The suction pipe must resist a pressure of at least 10 bar and must be of a diameter
NOT LOWER THAN 1'' 1/4.
- The tubing must be suitable to functioning under backpressure.
- Use tubing and accessories suitable for use with diesel fuel. Materials that are not
suitable for use with diesel fuel can cause damage to the pump, harm people and
cause pollution.
- Any curves in the suction pipes must be of the widest radius possible to limit the loss of head.
- Make sure that the suction pipe is clean and free of scum.
! ATTENTION
In all cases, always take the following PRECAUTIONS:
- Use pipes and connections suitable for vacuum operation.
- Use pipes and accessories suitable for use with diesel fuel. Materials that are not suitable
for such use can cause serious damage to the pump or injury to people; they can also be
the cause of pollution.
- Do not use conical threaded connectors that could cause damage to the threaded
connector on the pump filter.
- Use large-radius bends so as to reduce flow resistance to a minimum.
- Make sure that the suction pipe is clean and free of scum.
- At the end of the suction pipe, always fit a FOOT VALVE complete with FILTER. The valve
must be placed on the bottom of the tank and be of the SAME DIAMETER as the pipe.
- Before starting installation, make sure no packaging materials are trapped in the pipes.
H5
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
The power connections must be workmanlike performed by skilled personnel, in strict
compliance with the laws applicable in the country of installation and with the instructions on
the wiring diagrams in this manual.
Maximum acceptable electrical parameter variations are ±5%.
! ATTENTION
The CUBE MC dispenser does not feature overload cutouts and, consequently, a
switchboard must be fitted upstream of the CUBE MC complete with residual current
circuit breaker suitable for the type of CUBE MC to be installed.
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CUBE MC features a terminal board cover. Inside this cover are the terminals which the
installer must connect up to:
- The mains power line
- The RS 485 data line to the PC (optional).
The connector block, accessible through the front panel opening, is already wired up to the
CUBE MC components, according to the block diagram shown below.
1- Remove the right terminal
board cover.
2- Connect the cables as
shown in the diagram.
3- Close the terminal board
cover box again.
NOTE: The parts indicated in the diagram are the only connections to be made by the customer:
- Connection to power mains.
- RS485 output to PC (OPTIONAL).
! ATTENTION
For CUBE MC commissioning, no further power connections are required.
All the electronic components housed in the MC BOX are already wired up and factory
tested.
It is therefore NEVER necessary for the installer or station manager to open the MC BOX
except to replace the protection fuses housed on the I/O card (see photo below).
! ATTENTION
The installer should carry out a plug/socket connection for a quick sectioning of the
electric system in case of failures.
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KEY:
1 Key reader (I-Button)
2 Display card
3 CPU card
4 Keyboard
5 I / O card
6 Jumper
7 Electrical boxes
Below are the main connections and the fuses to be replaced by skilled service technicians
only.
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I
COMMISSIONING
To correctly commission the CUBE MC the sequence of operations indicated below must be
followed and the MC control system functions must be known (see attached manual).
I1
ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY
Once the power connections have been made, the CUBE MC can be energised by means of
the master switch to be fitted by the installer on the upstream line. Switching on of the MC
system will be indicated by the lighting up of the two backlit LCDs fitted on the front.
Even when the nozzle is taken out of its seat, the pump WILL NOT start as it has not been
enabled by the MC system.
I2
WETTING THE PUMP
CUBE MC features a self-priming pump that makes first startup easier. To start the appliance, the
suction pipe need not therefore be completely full of diesel fuel. For quick priming, especially in
the case of installations distinguished by a considerable difference in level between the pump
and the tank, it is however important for the pump to be "wetted", meaning that there must be a
small quantity of diesel fuel inside the impeller chamber.
The pump is supplied adequately "wetted" and ready for use. If however the installer considers
the pump to be totally dry, perhaps due to prolonged storage, he will have to wet it as he thinks
best.
I3
STATION CONFIGURATION
Every CUBE MC station can be adapted to the specific requirements of the station manager.
To do this the MC control system must be CONFIGURED.
! ATTENTION
MC configuration is crucial and must be done by skilled personnel.
To perform this operation, the MC manual must be carefully and thoroughly read.
After completing configuration, user PIN CODES can be assigned to the persons charged with
using CUBE MC, in accordance with the detailed information in the MC manual.
I4
DISENGAGING THE "MC" SYSTEM
All the CUBE MC functions are controlled by the MC control system. The MC system can
nevertheless be disengaged for any startup or maintenance activities requiring repeated
pump starting.
In these case, it is often convenient to simplify pump startup by not having to enter any code
and record any dispensing data.
To do this, a JUMPER has been fitted on the card that permits switching from AUTOMATIC
mode (code request to access dispensing) to MANUAL mode (no code request).
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! ATTENTION
The jumper is only accessible by opening the front panel and is positioned as shown in the
photo. In this operating mode, MC does not record any data relating to performed
dispensing operations.
BEFORE ACCESSING THIS JUMPER, ALWAYS INTERRUPT THE POWER SUPPLY
In MANUAL mode:
• The MC LCDs could be off or continue to display
whatever was showing at the time of switchover
from AUTO to MAN.
• To start the pump, no PIN CODE is required; the
pump will start as soon as the nozzle is taken off
its seat and will stop when the nozzle is put
back.
• The quantity dispensed by CUBE MC is not
indicated in any way.
I5
FIRST PRIMING
To prime the pump:
- Take the nozzle off its seat
- Enter the previously assigned PIN CODE (if the jumper is on)
- Lift the control lever
- The pump will start immediately and will continue running indefinitely until the control lever
is moved to OFF position.
ON Position
OFF Position
Operate the lever of the automatic nozzle, keeping the spout inside an adequate container or
the same suction tank.
Air will first of all come out of the nozzle and then DIESEL FUEL will gradually begin to flow.
! ATTENTION
The first priming of the pump must be done by skilled personnel who must monitor all
the various stages involved.
If only air continues to come out after more than two minutes, STOP THE PUMP and
make sure:
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• This is not working dry, but is at least "wetted" with diesel fuel.
• The suction pipe prevents any air from infiltrating and that this is completely submerged.
• The filters are not blocked.
• The suction and/or supply lines are not blocked.
• Installation (level difference, diameter and pipe length) is within the limits indicated at point H4.
• The disconnection valve is closed.
Continue dispensing until the flow is regular and air free.
Position the control lever in OFF position:
- The pump stops.
Place the nozzle back in its seat.
I6
METER CALIBRATION
Before using the CUBE MC station, check the METER ACCURACY.
For this purpose, proceed as follows:
• Enter a previously enabled USER PIN code.
• Run the fuel into a calibrated container.
• Compare the quantity of dispensed diesel fuel using a calibrated container.
If accuracy is NOT satisfactory, proceed to CALIBRATE THE METER according to the
instructions in the specific manual.
! ATTENTION
To correctly check accuracy, always keep to the following instructions:
• Use a precision sample container, featuring a graduated scale, with a capacity of at
least 20 litres.
• Before making the check, always make sure you have eliminated all the air from the
system and then run the fuel until a full and regular flow is achieved.
• Dispense continuously at CUBE MC maximum flow rate
• Stop the flow by quickly closing the nozzle.
• Reach the graduated area of the sample container, avoiding prolonged dispensing at
low flow rate, but rather performing short dispensing operations at maximum flow rate.
• Compare the reading provided by the container, with that provided by CUBE MC,
after waiting for all the froth to disappear.
! ATTENTION
Differences of up to 1/10 of a litre affecting the dispensing of 20 litres of fluid fall within
the guaranteed accuracy of +/- 0.5%.
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L
DAILY USE
Thanks to the MC control system, all the CUBE MC models provide access to authorised
users only.
MC acknowledges User authorisation by means of two alternative systems:
- The entering of a 4-figure SECRET CODE (PIN CODE).
- The fitting of an electronic key (OPTIONAL).
! ATTENTION
All the users to whom a PIN CODE is assigned must be adequately instructed and be
at least acquainted with the contents of this chapter.
The configuration of the MC system permits requiring the User to enter further optional data
(vehicle licence plate, mileage, quantity to be dispensed).
See MC manual (M0103) for details.
If these options are not set, MC recognises an authorised PIN CODE and immediately enables
the pump to dispense fuel.
! ATTENTION
Such enabling does not result in immediate pump startup. The pump is in fact
controlled by a switch (positioned in the nozzle seat) operated by the user.
The pump will start (if previously enabled) just as soon as the control lever is moved to ON
position, while it switches off as soon as the control lever is moved to OFF position.
No further manual operation is required to start or stop the pump.
L1
FUEL DISPENSING
! ATTENTION
Fuel MUST ONLY be dispensed under the careful control of the User.
In the case of the simplest configuration (no optional data required), the fuel dispensing
procedure is the following:
1
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Enter PIN CODE
If the MC recognises an authorised code, it displays the following messages and enables the pump.
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2
Move the control lever to ON position (see photo on page 16)
MC operates the pump.
! ATTENTION
Never operate the nozzle lever before placing this in the fuel container
3
Operate the nozzle lever to start the dispensing operation
MC indicates the dispensed quantity.
! ATTENTION
The dispensing operation can be interrupted as required. If the interruption continues
for over a certain time (which can be set as required by the station manager during MC
configuration) the pump is stopped and disabled. To continue dispensing fuel, the
various steps will have to be repeated starting from no. 1.
4
After terminating the dispensing operation, rewind the hose around the hose carrier,
move the control lever to OFF position and put the nozzle back in its seat.
MC stops the pump.
! ATTENTION
If there is a power cut or the pump stops, the operator has to put the nozzle back in the
unit seat. Remember that the nozzle can be opened only when the spout is in the tank.
M
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
CUBE MC has been designed so as to require minimum maintenance. For utmost station
efficiency and safety, the following inspection and ROUTINE maintenance operations should
however be regularly performed.
M1
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OPENING AND CLOSING THE CUBE MC
Lower the display cover
Loosen the 2 screws on the right side (marked by the arrows)
Open the inspection side of the CUBE MC
To reclose it, perform these steps in reverse order.
M2
PUMP AND PIPES
Check the pump, the pipes and other internal components of the station and keep them clean.
Make sure there are no leaks in the flanged or threaded connections and that the hoses are
in perfect condition (not damaged) - refer to the Panther M0042 and K600, M0147 manual.
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EN (Translated from Italian)
M3
DISPENSER PIPE AND NOZZLE
Keep the dispenser pipe and nozzle clean and make sure especially that:
-
The pipe is in perfect condition and has not been damaged by vehicle transit.
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The threaded connections are tight and not leaking.
-
The swivel connections (at dispenser exit and on the nozzle) are turning freely and do not
show leaks.
-
Keep the dispensing tube and nozzle clean and check that the automatic stop feeler hole
at the end of the spout is always clean.
SWIVEL
CONNECTIONS
FLANGED
CONNECTIONS
PROBE HOLE
AUTOMATIC
STOP
(SPOUT)
M4
"MC" CONTROL SYSTEM
The MC system is maintenance free. To control it however, refer to the dedicated M0103
manual provided.
M5
FILTERS
CUBE MC features a number of filters having different functions. The inspection and cleaning
(or replacement) of each filter is crucial to ensure:
- The protection of the various station components (pulser, pump, nozzle).
- Station performance remains high over the years (maximum flow rate).
- Protection of the engines using the dispensed diesel fuel.
! ATTENTION
Dirty or partially blocked filters can increase flow resistance and cause a considerable
reduction in the maximum flow rate of the pump.
Dirty or blocked pump suction filters also cause a big increase in vacuum during
suction and this in turn can make the pump particularly noisy.
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M5.2 PUMP FILTER
This is fitted in the pump body, as a standard PANTHER pump fitting.
To inspect and clean it:
1 Loosen the two filter cover screws and take the cover off.
2 Take out the mesh filter with the aid of a pair of pliers.
3 If the filter needs cleaning, wash and blow it.
4 Put the filter carefully back in its housing in the pump body, making sure it does not protrude
from the cover housing.
5 Check and clean the flat seal, reposition the cover and tighten the screws.
M5.3 PULSER FILTER
The pulser filter represents a further protection against the risk of foreign bodies entering the
oval-gear pulser.
Because this filter is fitted downstream of the pump suction filter, it does not require regular
inspection and cleaning.
Should the need arise however and/or in case of special maintenance, it can be cleaned as
described in the PULSER MANUAL, after removing the roof of CUBE MC (if necessary) by
means of its relevant upper screws (see exploded view, pos.14).
M6
PULSER
The meter / pulser is a carefully-made and assembled high-precision measuring instrument.
It normally requires no routine maintenance.
CALIBRATION, normally done during station installation, can be repeated whenever accuracy
checks, to be performed every 3/6 months, show the need.
CALIBRATION is done electronically by means of the MC control system, and does not require
any adjustments to be made to the pulser.
For all details, refer to the K600, M0147 meter manual.
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EN (Translated from Italian)
M7
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSES
Lack of electric power
THE MOTOR IS NOT
TURNING
Fuses burned out
Motor problems
MOTOR WON'T
START WITH
NOZZLE CLOSED
Check that the voltage is not more
than 5% below the nominal voltage
Excessive suction pressure
Lower the CUBE MC with respect
to the tank or increase the diameter
of the tubing
High loss of head
Use shorter tubing or of greater
diameter
Raise the suction pipe
Refill the tank
Air entering the suction pipe
or in the pump
Check the connections seal in the
tubing and the level of diesel fuel in
the tank
Motor low rotation speed
Check the voltage at the motor:
adjust the voltage and/or use
cables of greater cross-section
Check valve blocked
Tank filter clogged
Pump filter clogged
Fluid leaking
Meter chamber obstructed
Air in the suction line
METER NOT
ACCURATE ENOUGH Lack of calibration
THE NOZZLE TRIPS Automatic stop probe hole
TOO OFTEN
blocked
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- Make sure the operating lever is in
ON position
- Recock the external residual current
circuit-breaker
- Check the electrical connections
Change the fuses on the switchboard
If the rotor is jammed, dismount
and check for damage and
obstructions, then remount.
Contact the Service Department
Electric voltage too low
Suction pipe resting on the
bottom of the tank
Low level in the suction tank
LOW OR NO FLOW
RATE
POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS
Clean or replace
Clean the filter
Clean the filter
Check the seals of the connections
and the condition of the rubber tubes
Clean the meter chamber
Check the seals of the connections
Calibrate the meter (see M0147)
Remove any dirt and/or blockages
from the automatic stop probe hole
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N
SPECIAL MAINTENANCE
In order to change the fuses inside the electronic board panel, we suggest proceeding as
follows:
-
Interrupt power to the CUBE MC
Remove the cover of the MC BOX panel
Replace the burnt out fuses
Close the panel again
Restore power to the CUBE MC
MOTOR FUSES - 8A
POWER SUPPLY UNIT
FUSE
-100mA FOR VERSION
230V/50Hz
- 200mA FOR VERSION
110V/60Hz
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EN (Translated from Italian)
O
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CUBE MC SPARE PARTS
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P
MANUFACTURER'S DETAILS AND AFTER-SALES SERVICE
MANUFACTURER: PIUSI S.p.A.
DOCUMENT TYPE: General description and instructions
for its installation, activation,
use and maintenance
EDITION: Bullettin M0104D EN - Rev. 1
PRODUCT: Diesel fuel dispenser for private use with meter
MODEL: All the models of the CUBE MC range,
with single-phase/three-phase
mechanical/electronic meter,
with various voltages/frequencies
CONFORMITY: CE MARK
(see Declaration of conformity, page 4)
TECHNICAL SUPPORT: Provided by the Service Departments
of our Authorized Resellers
The information contained in this manual is provided by the Manufacturer, who reserves the
right to make changes without prior notice.
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EN
NOTES
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EN
NOTES
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Authorized reseller's stamp
Pro Flow Dynamics
330 S. Maple Street
Units F&G
Corona, CA 92880
Tel.- 951-279-5500
M0104D EN - Rev.1
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