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Zoeller P/N006355 User's Manual
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MAIL TO: P.O. BOX 16347 • Louisville, KY 40256-0347
SHIP TO: 3649 Cane Run Road • Louisville, KY 40211-1961
(502) 778-2731 • 1 (800) 928-PUMP • FAX (502) 774-3624
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
RECOMMENDED MODELS
EFFLUENT*/SUMP/DEWATERING
SEWAGE
49, 50 Series, 70 Series, 98 Series
211 Series, 264 Series
130 Series, 140/4140, 145/4145 Series, 150 Series, 160/4160 Series
260 Series, 270/4270 Series
180/4180 Series, 191, 371, 372, 373
280/4280 Series, 290/4290 Series
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www.zoeller.com
DATE INSTALLED:
MODEL NUMBER:
P/N 006355
Product information presented
here reflects conditions at time
of publication. Consult factory
regarding discrepancies or
inconsistencies.
SECTION: 6.10.001
*Effluent systems should specify that pumps should not handle solids exceeding three fourths inch (¾") in order to prevent large solids from entering leeching fields, mound systems etc.
(Model 49 and 70 Series have 3/8" solids capability, 50, 90, 140, 145/4145, 151, 371 and 372 Series have ½", 130 Series has 5/8", 152,153, and 160/4160/180/4180, 373 Series have
¾".) Where codes permit, sewage pumps can be used for effluent systems. Nonautomatic pump(s) with external level control recommended for septic tank effluent applications.
PREINSTALLATION CHECKLIST - ALL INSTALLATIONS
1.
2.
Inspect your pump. Occasionally, products are damaged during shipment. If the unit is damaged, contact your dealer before using. DO NOT remove the test plugs in the cover nor the motor housing.
Carefully read the literature provided to familiarize yourself with specific details regarding installation and use. These materials should be retained for future reference.
SEE BELOW FOR
LIST OF WARNINGS
SEE BELOW FOR
LIST OF CAUTIONS
1. Make certain that the receptacle is within the reach of the pump’s power supply cord. DO NOT 1. Check to be sure your power source is capable of handling the voltage requirements of the motor,
as indicated on the pump name plate.
USE AN EXTENSION CORD. Extension cords that are too long or too light do not deliver sufficient
voltage to the pump motor. But, more important, they could present a safety hazard if the insulation 2. The installation of automatic pumps with variable level float switches or nonautomatic pumps using
auxiliary variable level float switches is the responsibility of the installing party and care should be
were to become damaged or the connection end were to fall into the sump.
taken that the tethered float switch will not hang up on the pump apparatus or pit peculiarities and
2. Make sure the pump electrical supply circuit is equipped with fuses or circuit breakers of
is secured so that the pump will shut off. It is recommended to use rigid piping and fittings and the
proper capacity. A separate branch circuit is recommended, sized according to the “National
pit be 18" or larger in diameter.
Electrical Code” for the current shown on the pump nameplate.
3. Testing for ground. As a safety measure, each electrical outlet should be checked for ground 3. Information - vent hole purpose. It is necessary that all submersible sump, effluent, and sewage
using an Underwriters Laboratory Listed circuit analyzer which will indicate if the power, neutral
pumps capable of handling various sizes of solid waste be of the bottom intake design to reduce
and ground wires are correctly connected to your outlet. If they are not, call a qualified licensed
clogging and seal failures. If a check valve is incorporated in the installation, a vent hole (approx.
electrician.
3/16") must be drilled in the discharge pipe below the check valve and pit cover to purge the unit
4. For Added Safety. Pumping and other equipment with a 3-prong grounded plug must be connected
of trapped air. Trapped air is caused by agitation and/or a dry basin. Vent hole should be checked
to a 3-prong grounded receptacle. For added safety the receptacle may be protected with a groundperiodically for clogging. The 50 or 90 Series pumps have a vent located in the pump housing
fault circuit interrupter. When a pump needs to be connected in a watertight junction box, the plug
opposite the float, adjacent to a housing lug, but an additional vent hole is recommended. The
can be removed and spliced to the supply cable with proper grounding. For added safety this circuit
vent hole on a High Head application may cause too much turbulence. You may not want to drill
may be protected by a ground-fault circuit interrupter. The complete installation must comply with
one. If you choose not to drill a vent hole, be sure the pump case and impeller is covered with liquid
the National Electrical Code and all applicable local codes and ordinances.
before connecting the pipe to the check valve and no inlet carries air to the pump intake. NOTE:
5. FOR YOUR PROTECTION, ALWAYS DISCONNECT PUMP FROM ITS POWER SOURCE BEFORE
THE HOLE MUST ALSO BE BELOW THE BASIN COVER AND CLEANED PERIODICALLY. Water
HANDLING. Single phase pumps are supplied with a 3-prong grounded plug to help protect you
stream will be visible from this hole during pump run periods.
against the possibility of electrical shock. DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES REMOVE 4. Pump should be checked frequently for debris and/or build up which may interfere with the float “on”
THE GROUND PIN. The 3-prong plug must be inserted into a mating 3-prong grounded receptacle.
or “off” position. Repair and service should be performed by Zoeller Pump Company Authorized
If the installation does not have such a receptacle, it must be changed to the proper type, wired
Service Station only.
and grounded in accordance with the National Electrical Code and all applicable local codes and 5. Dewatering and effluent sump pumps are not designed for use in pits handling raw sewage.
ordinances. Three phase pumps require motor starting devices with motor overload protection. See 6. Maximum operating temperature for standard model pumps must not exceed 130°F (54°C). Model
FM0486 for duplex installations.
49 max. temperature must not exceed 104ºF (40ºC). The 70 and 211 Series max. temperature must
6. The tank is to be vented in accordance with local plumbing code. Pumps must be installed in acnot exceed 110ºF (43ºC).
cordance with the National Electrical Code and all applicable local codes and ordinances. Pumps
7. Pump models 188/4188, 189/4189, and 295/4295 nonautomatic pump must run totally submerged
are not to be installed in locations classified as hazardous in accordance with National Electrical
and CSA certified pumps must be operated submerged with “off - on” level controls.
Code, ANSI/NFPA 70.
8. Pump models 266, 267, 268, 137 and 139 must be operated in an upright position. Do not attempt
7. “Risk of electrical shock” Do not remove power supply cord and strain relief or connect conduit
to start pump when tilted or laying on its side.
directly to the pump.
9. Do not operate a pump in an application where the Total Dynamic Head is less than the minimum
8. Installation and servicing of electrical circuits and hardware should be performed by a qualified
Total Dynamic Head listed on the Pump Performance Curves.
licensed electrician.
10. Model 49 is for indoor use only.
9. Pump installation and servicing should be performed by a qualified person.
10. Risk of electric shock - These pumps have not been investigated for use in swimming pool and
NOTE: Pumps with the “UL” mark and pumps with the “US” mark are tested to UL Standard UL778.
marine areas.
CSA Certified pumps are certified to CSA Standard C22.2 No. 108.
11. According to the state of California (Prop 65), this product contains chemicals known to the state
of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
REFER TO WARRANTY ON PAGE 2.
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Limited Warranty
Manufacturer warrants, to the purchaser and subsequent owner during the warranty
period, every new product to be free from defects in material and workmanship under
normal use and service, when properly used and maintained, for a period of one year
from date of purchase by the end user, or 18 months from date of original manufacture
of the product, whichever comes first. Parts that fail within the warranty period, one
year from date of purchase by the end user, or 18 months from the date of original
manufacture of the product, whichever comes first, that inspections determine to be
defective in material or workmanship, will be repaired, replaced or remanufactured at
Manufacturer's option, provided however, that by so doing we will not be obligated to
replace an entire assembly, the entire mechanism or the complete unit. No allowance
will be made for shipping charges, damages, labor or other charges that may occur
due to product failure, repair or replacement.
This warranty does not apply to and there shall be no warranty for any material or
product that has been disassembled without prior approval of Manufacturer, subjected
to misuse, misapplication, neglect, alteration, accident or act of God; that has not
been installed, operated or maintained in accordance with Manufacturer's installation
instructions; that has been exposed to outside substances including but not limited to
the following: sand, gravel, cement, mud, tar, hydrocarbons, hydrocarbon derivatives
(oil, gasoline, solvents, etc.), or other abrasive or corrosive substances, wash towels
or feminine sanitary products, etc. in all pumping applications. The warranty set out
in the paragraph above is in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied; and
we do not authorize any representative or other person to assume for us any other
liability in connection with our products.
Contact Manufacturer at, 3649 Cane Run Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40211, Attention:
Customer Service Department to obtain any needed repair or replacement of part(s)
or additional information pertaining to our warranty.
MANUFACTURER EXPRESSLY DIS CLAIMS LI A BIL I TY FOR SPE CIAL,
CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES OR BREACH OF EXPRESSED
OR IMPLIED WARRANTY; AND ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND OF MERCHANTABILITY SHALL BE LIMITED TO
THE DURATION OF THE EXPRESSED WARRANTY.
Some states do not allow limitations on the duration of an implied warranty, so the
above limitation may not apply to you. Some states do not allow the exclusion or
limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion
may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights
which vary from state to state.
In those instances where damages are incurred as a result of an alleged pump failure,
the Homeowner must retain possession of the pump for investigation purposes.
EASY DO’S & DON'T’S FOR INSTALLING A SUMP PUMP
1. DO read thoroughly all installation material provided with the pump.
2. DO inspect pump for any visible damage caused by shipping. Contact
dealer if pump appears to be damaged.
3. DO clean all debris from the sump. Be sure that the pump will have a hard,
flat surface beneath it. DO NOT install on sand, gravel or dirt.
4. DO be sure that the sump is large enough to allow proper clearance for the
level control switch(es) to operate properly.
5. DO Always Disconnect Pump From Power Source Before Handling.
DO always connect to a separately protected and properly grounded
circuit.
DO NOT ever cut, splice, or damage power cord (Only splice in a watertight
junction box).
DO NOT carry or lift pump by its power cord.
DO NOT use an extension cord with a sump pump.
6. DO install a check valve and a union in the discharge line.
DO NOT use a discharge pipe smaller than the pump discharge.
7. DO NOT use a sump pump as a trench or excavation pump, or for pumping
sewage, gasoline, or other hazardous liquids.
8. DO test pump immediately after installation to be sure that the system is
working properly.
9. DO cover sump with an adequate sump cover.
10. DO review all applicable local and national codes and verify that the installation
conforms to each of them.
11. DO consult manufacturer for clarifications or questions.
12. DO consider a two pump system with an alarm where an installation may become
overloaded or primary pump failure would result in property damages.
13. DO consider a D.C. Backup System where a sump or dewatering pump
is necessary for the prevention of property damages from flooding due
to A.C. power disruptions, mechanical or electrical problems or system
overloading.
14. DO inspect and test system for proper operations at least every three
months.
SERVICE CHECKLIST
ELECTRICAL PRECAUTIONS- Before servicing a pump, always shut off the main power breaker and then unplug the pump - making
sure you are wearing insulated protective sole shoes and not standing in water. Under flooded conditions, contact your local electric company or a
qualified licensed electrician for disconnecting electrical service prior to pump removal.
Submersible pumps contain oils which becomes pressurized and hot under operating conditions - allow 2½ hours after disconnecting before
attempting service.
CONDITION
COMMON CAUSES
A. Pump will not start or run.
Check fuse, low voltage, overload open, open or incorrect wiring, open switch, impeller or seal bound mechanically,
defective capacitor or relay when used, motor or wiring shorted. Float assembly held down. Switch defective,
damaged, or out of adjustment.
B. Motor overheats and trips overload Incorrect voltage, negative head (discharge open lower than normal) impeller or seal bound mechanically, defecor blows fuse.
tive capacitor or relay, motor shorted.
C. Pump starts and stops too often.
Float tight on rod, check valve stuck or none installed in long distance line, overload open, level switch(s) defective, sump pit too small.
D. Pump will not shut off.
Debris under float assembly, float or float rod bound by pit sides or other, switch defective, damaged or out of
adjustment.
E. Pump operates but delivers little or Check strainer housing, discharge pipe, or if check valve is used vent hole must be clear. Discharge head
no water.
exceeds pump capacity. Low or incorrect voltage. Incorrect motor rotation. Capacitor defective. Incoming water
containing air or causing air to enter pumping chamber.
F.
Drop in head and/or capacity after Increased pipe friction, clogged line or check valve. Abrasive material and adverse chemicals could possibly
a period of use.
deteriorate impeller and pump housing. Check line. Remove base and inspect.
If the above checklist does not uncover the problem, consult the factory - Do not attempt to service or otherwise disassemble pump. Service must
be performed by Zoeller Authorized Service Stations. Go to www.zoeller.com/zcopump/TechSupport/authsslisting.htm to find the Authorized Service
Station in your area.
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RECOMMENDED INSTALLATION FOR ALL APPLICATIONS
(1) Electrical wiring and protection must be in accordance with National
Electrical Code and any other applicable state and local electrical
requirements.
(2) Install proper Zoeller unicheck (combination union and check valve),
preferably just above the basin to allow easy removal of the pump for
cleaning or repair. On sewage, effluent or dewatering, if high head or
below cover installation is required use 30-0164 on 1½" pipe, 30-0152
on 2" pipe and 30-0160 on 3" pipe. See (4) below.
(3) All installations require a basin cover to prevent debris from falling into
the basin and to prevent accidental injury.
(4) When a Unicheck is installed, drill a 3/16" dia. hole in the discharge
pipe even with the top of the pump. NOTE: THE HOLE MUST ALSO
BE BELOW THE BASIN COVER AND CLEANED PERIODICALLY.
(High Head unit see #3 under “Caution” on front page). Water stream
will be visible from this hole during pump run periods.
(5) Securely tape or clamp power cord to discharge pipe, clear of the float
mechanism(s).
(6) Use full-size discharge pipe.
(7) Basin must be in accordance with applicable codes and
specifications.
(8) Pump must be level and float mechanism(s) clear of sides of basin
before starting pump.
See FM0531, FM0732 & FM1420 for alarms,
controls & junction boxes
(9) Basin must be clean and free of debris after installation.
(10) Gate Valve or Ball Valve to be supplied by installer and installed
according to any and all codes.
(11) Locate float switches as shown in sketches. The best place for the
“off” point is above the motor housing and positioned 180° from the
inlet. Never put “off” point below discharge on pump (Sewage &
Effluent only). NOTE: FOR AUTOMATIC PUMPS, USE
DEWATERING INSTALLATION SKETCH.
(12) Gas tight seals required to contain gases and odors.
(13) Vent gases and odors to the atmosphere through vent pipe (Sewage
& Dewatering only).
(14) Install Zoeller Pump Stand (Model 10-2421) under pump to provide a
settling basin. (Effluent & Dewatering only.)
For Effluent Only:
(15) Wire pump to power through a Zoeller watertight junction box or
watertight splice. NOTE: Watertight enclosure is a must in damp
areas. See No. 8 on front page of FM0732.
(16) Refer to SSPMA Effluent Sizing Manual for determining “on” - “off”
switches.
(17) Septic tank risers must be used for easy pump and filter access.
NOTE: Double seal pumps offer extra protection from damage caused by
seal failure.
Always refer to
FM0551 and/or
SSPMA recommended sewage
pump installation
and maintenance.
See FM0531,
FM0732 & FM1420
for alarms, controls
& junction boxes
SK290
SK292
TYPICAL DEWATERING INSTALLATION
TYPICAL SEWAGE INSTALLATION
SK291
TYPICAL EFFLUENT INSTALLATION
All installations must comply with all applicable electrical and plumbing codes, including, but not limited to, National Electrical Code, local, regional, and/or state plumbing
codes, etc. Not intended for use in hazardous locations.
SUGGESTED METHODS OF FLOAT INSTALLATION
On some installations it may be desirable
to install an independent hanger for the
level control switches to avoid possible
hang ups on the pumps, piping, valves,
etc. Float hangers are available from
Zoeller Company on Catalog Sheet
FM0526 or can be fabricated from standard pipe and fittings.
TYPICAL FLOAT HANGER ON STEEL COVER PITS
ACCESS COVER
TYPICAL FLOAT HANGER ON CONCRETE PITS
OR SEPTIC TANK RISERS
STANDARD PIPE
FLANGE
10-1457 FLOAT TREE
WITH 3 FLOATS SHOWN
PEAGRAVEL
SK1217
PVC OR LIGHT WEIGHT
STAINLESS STEEL PIPE
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TYPICAL FLOAT HANGER ON CONCRETE PITS
OR SEPTIC TANK RISERS
SK1218
WD & WH MODEL INSTALLATION
L2
L1
Determining Pumping Range
in Inches (1 inch - 2.5 cm)
WHITE
Tether Length
GREEN
BLACK
5 10 15 20 22
max.
min.
BLACK
Pumping Range 9 13.5 18 22 24
WHITE
RUN
CAPACITOR
FLOAT
SWITCH
BLUE
(1)
RED
(2)
(3)
BLUE
(WHITE)
RED
(BROWN)
YELLOW
(BLACK)
MOTOR
O.L.
Use only as a guide. Due to weight of
cable, pumping range above horizontal
is not equal to pumping range below
horizontal. Ranges are based on testing in
nonturbulent conditions. Range may vary
due to water temperature and cord shape.
As tether length increases, so does the
variance of the pumping range.
5" MIN.
22" MAX.
SK305
20 AMP SWITCH (WD & WH MODELS)
START
RUN
011835
WIRING DIAGRAM FOR MODELS
WD - 230V, 1 Ph, 60 Hz.
WH - 200/208V, 1 Ph, 60 Hz.
Models WD & WH are fully automatic. A float switch is included and
factory wired in the pump circuit to provide automatic operation
once the float switch is secured properly to the outlet pipe. Use the
diagram above to secure the float switch properly and obtain the
proper tether to customize the on-off cycle to each application.
Note: Failure to keep within proper tether limits
may prevent reliable switch operation.
Note: Cable must be mounted in horizontal
position.
SINGLE PHASE WIRING INSTRUCTIONS
FOR YOUR PROTECTION, ALWAYS DISCONNECT PUMP FROM ITS POWER SOURCE BEFORE HANDLING. Single phase
pumps are supplied with a 3-prong grounded plug to help protect you against the possibility of electrical shock. DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES
REMOVE THE GROUND PIN. The 3-prong plug must be inserted into a mating 3-prong grounded receptacle. If the installation does not have such
a receptacle, it must be changed to the proper type, wired and grounded in accordance with the National Electrical Code and all applicable local codes
and ordinances.
“Risk of electrical shock” Do not remove power supply cord and strain relief or connect conduit directly to the pump.
Installation and checking of electrical circuits and hardware should be performed by a qualified licensed electrician.
Units supplied without a plug (single and three phase) and single phase nonautomatic units with a 20 amp plug must have a motor
control and liquid level control provided at time of installation. The control device should have suitable voltage, ampere, frequency, grounding and
horsepower rating for the pump to which it is connected.
THREE PHASE WIRING INSTRUCTIONS
NONAUTOMATIC
3 PHASE
FOR YOUR PROTECTION, ALWAYS
DISCONNECT PUMP FROM ITS POWER SOURCE
BEFORE HANDLING.
To automatically operate a nonautomatic three phase pump, a
control panel is required. Follow the instructions provided with the
panel to wire the system. For automatic three phase pumps see
automatic 3 phase wiring diagram located to the far right.
Before installing a pump, check the pump rotation to ensure that
wiring has been connected properly to power source, and that
the green lead of power cord (See wiring diagram), is connected
to a valid ground. Momentarily energize the pump, observing the
directions of kick back due to starting torque. Rotation is correct if
kick back is in the opposite direction of rotation arrow on the pump
casing. If rotation is not correct, switching of any two power leads
other than ground, should provide the proper rotation.
All three phase pumps require motor starting devices with motor
overload protection. See FM0486 for duplex installations. Pumps
must be installed in accordance with the National Electrical Code
and all applicable local codes and ordinances. Pumps are not to
be installed in locations classified as hazardous in accordance
with National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70.
L1
L2
AUTOMATIC
3 PHASE
L3
WHITE
RED
GREEN
BLACK
(1)
BLUE
(2)
RED
(3)
YELLOW
MOTOR
006848
013071
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Some insurance policies, both commercial and residential, extend coverage for damages incurred by product failure. You will need to
have possession of the product to support your claim in most cases. Zoeller Pump Co. will exchange the unit or refund the original purchase price once the claim
is settled with the insurer in the case where you need to retain possession of the product to support a damage claim you submit to your insurance company.
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