PIUSI Cube Instruction Manual :: Commercial Fuel Solutions Ltd

PIUSI Cube Instruction Manual :: Commercial Fuel Solutions Ltd
Bulletin M 0097A Rev.1
CUBE
DISPENSERS
DISPENSERS FOR
FOR PRIVATE
PRIVATE USE
USE
USE AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
ENGLISH
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THE PERSONNEL WHO USE THE DISPENSER AND THE TECHNICAL SUPPORT
PERSONNEL MUST BE FAMILIAR WITH THE FIRST AID AND SAFETY RULES
DESCRIBED IN THIS MANUAL.
Keep this technical manual in a place that is familiar and
accessible to all the personnel who have access to the dispenser.
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LE PERSONNEL QUI UTILISE LE DISTRIBUTEUR ET LE PERSONNEL TECHNIQUE
D'ASSISTANCE DOIVENT CONNAITRE LES NORMES DE SECOURS ET DE
SECURITE REPRISES DANS CE MANUEL.
Conserver ce manuel technique dans un endroit bien connu et
accessible à tout le personnel qui utilise le distributeur.
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DAS PERSONAL, DAS DIE ZAPFSÄULE BEDIENT, UND DIE WARTUNGSTECHNIKER
MÜSSEN VON DEN IN DIESEM HANDBUCH AUFGEFÜHRTEN ERSTE-HILFE- UND
SICHERHEITSMASSNAHMEN KENNTNIS HABEN.
Das vorliegende, technische Handbuch ist an einem Ort
aufzubewahren, der dem gesamten Personal mit Zugang zur
Zapfsäule bekannt und allen zugänglich ist.
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IL PERSONALE CHE UTILIZZA IL DISTRIBUTORE E IL PERSONALE TECNICO DI
ASSISTENZA DEVE ESSERE A CONOSCENZA DELLE NORME DI PRONTO
SOCCORSO
E
SICUREZZA
RIPORTATE
IN
QUESTO
MANUALE.
Conservare questo manuale tecnico in un luogo conosciuto e
accessibile a tutto il personale che accede al distributore.
ENGLISH ................................................................... pag. 3
FRANÇAIS ................................................................. pag. 19
DEUTSCH ................................................................... pag. 35
ITALIANO ................................................................... pag. 51
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Declaration of conformity ...................... 4
First aid rules ........................................... 5
Persons who have ingested toxic
liquids .................................................. 5
Persons who have suffered electric shock . 5
General .................................................... 5
Safety rules ............................................
Protective gloves ..................................
Permitted uses .....................................
Overheating .........................................
Smoking prohibited .............................
Electrical precautions .........................
Service .................................................
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Transport, handling and unpacking ...... 5
Rules for demolition and disposal .......
Packing material disposal ...................
Metal parts disposal ............................
Miscellaneous parts disposal .............
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A) Using and looking after manuals ..... 6
List of manuals provided ................. 6
B) General information ..........................
CUBE dispenser ..................................
K33 meter .........................................
Self-priming pump and motor ..........
Identification label ............................
Components of CUBE dispensers ......
Technical specifications ......................
CUBE dispensers ............................
K33 meter .........................................
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Meter accuracy ................................ 8
Permitted uses .................................... 8
Uses not permitted .............................. 8
C) Installation .........................................
Packaging content ..........................
Opening ...........................................
Reset knob .......................................
Pulling out the tube support hook ...
Installing the tube and nozzle ..........
Installation general warnings ...........
Mechanical installation ........................
Hydraulic connections ........................
Maximum length of suction tubing...
Recommendations and warnings ....
Installation of the check valve
and filter ...........................................
Connecting the tubing to CUBE ......
Electrical connections .........................
Connecting the CUBE 230V ac
single-phase ....................................
Starting ................................................
Filling the pump ...............................
Priming the pump ............................
Calibrating the meter .......................
Turning on the Cube ........................
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D) Instructions for use ........................... 13
How to dispense fuel ....................... 13
E) Maintenance ....................................... 14
Opening and closing the CUBE ......... 14
Periodic inspections ............................ 14
Cleaning the pump filter ...................... 14
Troubleshooting .................................. 15
Spare parts for the CUBE ................... 16
THE PERSONNEL WHO USE THE DISPENSER AND THE TECHNICAL SUPPORT
PERSONNEL MUST BE FAMILIAR WITH THE FIRST AID AND SAFETY RULES
DESCRIBED IN THIS MANUAL.
Keep this technical manual in a place that is familiar and
accessible to all the personnel who have access to the dispenser.
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
The undersigned, representing the following manufacturer
PIUSI S.p.A.
46029 Suzzara (Mantova) Italy
CERTIFIES
that the equipment described below:
description:
model:
DIESEL FUEL DISPENSER
CUBE 56 - CUBE 70
complies with the following directives:
98/37/CE
Machine Directive (and subsequent amendments)
73/23/CEE
Low-Voltage Directive (and subsequent amendments)
89/336/CEE
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive – versions for electrical and
electronic equipment (and further amendments)
This is in conformity with the following International Standards (and their subsequent
amendments):
EN 809-2000
Pumps and pump units for liquids
EN 13617-1 (2004) Safety requirements for construction and performance of metering
pumps, dispensers and remote pumping units
EN 13012 (2001)
Suzzara 01.01.06
Construction and performance of automatic nozzles for use on fuel
dispensers
______________________
President Otto Varini
Warning:
The CUBE MC dispensing units described in this manual are for professional use only.
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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
GENERAL
CUBE dispensers are appliances designed for the private distribution of diesel fuel for motor transport.
All the models of the series share the same sturdy metal structure and the self-priming type pumps, while they differ
in terms of the meter - mechanical or electronic - and in the fact that some models feature an electronic dispensing
Control System.
Reliability of pumping units, accurate measurement of dispensed product and high Control System performance are
CUBE's strong points.
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.
TRANSPORT, HANDLING AND UNPACKING
CUBE is shipped inside stackable cardboard packaging.
DIMENSIONS OF PACKAGING:
h. = 480mm / w. = 380mm / d. = 380mm
TOTAL WEIGHT: Cube 56/33 = 21,3 Kg
Cube DC 12V = 22 Kg
PACKAGING WEIGHT: 1,8Kg
Cube 70/33 = 24,0 Kg
Cube DC 24V = 22 Kg
1,8Kg
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 so that it can be taken to the place of final installation.
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
safey and operation. In case of any doubts, do not start the appliance but contact the manufacturer's after-sales
service.
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RULES FOR DEMOLITION AND 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).
DISPOSAL OF OTHER PARTS:
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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.
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.
USING AND LOOKING AFTER MANUALS
This CUBE manual shows the main features
of the various models and provides details of:
• electrical and mechanical installation.
• first start up operations.
• daily use.
This manual DOES NOT cover other aspects
such as:
• calibration of the K33 meter.
For these aspects, refer to the specific manuals
which accompany each station model.
This collection of manuals represents an
integral and essential part of the product and,
according to the provisions of directive EEC
89/392, must be given to operators and
maintenance staff in order to comply with the
obligations relating to training/information
referred to in directive EEC 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.
The company reserves the right to change
CUBE features and specifications at any
time.
List of manuals provided
M0042
M0033
M0127
B
Panther 56 / 72 Manual
Meter K33 / K44 Manual
Panther DC Manual
GENERAL INFORMATION
CUBE dispensers are designed for the transfer of diesel fuel for private use. Characterised by
maximum safety and simplicity of use, CUBE dispensers are dependable, high-performance
equipment that is quickly installed and ready for use.
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Equipment and features are:
• Self-priming rotary vane pump with
incorporated by-pass valve.
• Motor with protection grade IP55 and
thermal protection, 230V AC single-phase.
• Brush motor powered by continuous current,
low voltage, with intermittent cycle, closed
type, IP55 protection class according to CEI
•
•
•
•
EN 60034-5, flange-mounted directly to the
pump body (version Panther Dc).
Four meters of anti-static rubber tube for fuel.
Automatic type dispensing nozzle with onoff switch integrated into the nozzle rest.
Steel body with anti-corrosion treatment
and paint finish.
110/120 V AC-60 Hz motor on request.
CUBE dispenser
The CUBE dispenser is equipped with a Series K mechanical type meter.
K33 meter
Series K meters are mechanical oscillating
disk meters designed to allow the precise
measurement of diesel fuel.
The meter is provided with a non-resettable
counter in litres and a partial resettable indicator:
• the partial indicator has three digits and
the total indicator has six digits.
For additional information, consult Technical
Bulletin M 0033 "Mechanical Meters, Use and
Maintenance."
Self-priming pump and motor
CUBE dispensers are equipped with selfpriming, volumetric, electric rotary vane
pumps for the transfer of diesel fuel,
provided with a by-pass 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, closed-type selfventilated, AC single-phase.
For additional information and technical
data, consult Technical Bulletin M0042
"PANTHER 56/72".
Nozzle
The nozzle supplied with CUBE is of automatic type and fitted with a shut-off device for full tank.
Identification label
MANUFACTURER
PRODUCT
NAME
PRODUCT
CODE
TECHNICAL
SPECIFICATIONS
LOT NUMBER
PRODUCTION
YEAR
CE MARK
The label is attached to the left side of the dispenser.
WARNING
Before installing, always make sure the dispenser model is correct and suitable for the
available power supply (voltage/frequency)
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Components of CUBE dispensers
The pictures aside show the CUBE
components. In particular, those
components that distinguish the
various models of the CUBE product
line are numbered and described.
Drawing Ref. Description
1
2
Pump-Motor Unit
Meter
Technical specifications
CUBE dispensers
MODEL
CUBE
CUBE
CUBE
CUBE
CUBE
56
56
56
56
70
/
/
/
/
/
33
33
33
33
33
>
>
>
>
>
230/50
230/60
110/60
110/50
230/50
Supply voltage
Absorption
(A)
Power
(W)
Flow rate
(l/m')
230 V / 50 Hz - 1~
230 V / 60 Hz - 1~
110 V / 60 Hz - 1~
110 V / 50 Hz - 1~
230 V / 50 Hz - 1~
2.4
3.3
8.25
6
3.3
370
520
250
250
500
55
62
62
55
72
K33 - K44 meter
Partial meter indicator
Main total indicator
3-digit resettable
6-digit non-resettable
Meter accuracy
The K33-K44 meters, after correct calibration in the field, provide the following performances:
ACCURACY:
+/- 1% (after calibration, for flow rates of over 10 l/min)
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.
Uses not permitted
The transfer of fluids with different characteristics than those indicated above is not
allowed. In particular:
Fluids not permitted
Related danger:
Petrol .................................................................. Fire/explosion
Inflammable liquids with PM < 55°C ................ Fire/explosion
Water ................................................................. Pump oxidation
Food liquids ...................................................... Contamination of the same
Liquids with viscosity >20 cSt ......................... Motor overload
Corrosive chemical products ........................... Pump corrosion
Injury to persons
Solvents ............................................................. Fire/explosion
Damage to gasket seals
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INSTALLATION
Opening
Packaging content
1
2
3
*
Cube
Valve/filter kit
Nozzle
Tube
Reset knob
1
Put the knob on the guide
and push thoroughly
1
3
2
* not illustrated
Screw off
the screws
1 2
2
Pulling out the tube support hook
Installing the tube and nozzle
use a suitable dope for the threads
Installation general warnings
The CUBE dispenser 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.
The maximum length of the tubing must
conform to the "Recommendations and
Warnings" provided on the following
page.
Minimum tube diameter: 1"
(a)
The CUBE can be installed:
(a) above the tank
(b) on a level with the tank
(b)
Fuel surface
The Ho difference in
height between the
fuel surface and the
pump in the dispenser
must not be higher
than 3 m!
Tank
Fig. 2.1 - Dispensing system installation diagram
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Mechanical installation
Before beginning the installation, verify that
no packing material has been trapped in the
tubing.
Prepare suitable stilts or fixing brackets
depending on the fixing position of the
CUBE. The tube coming from the tank must
be aligned to the threaded inlet of the pump
filter which is located under the CUBE.
Hydraulic connections
Warning. Remove the protective caps from the
threads. The hydraulic connections can be made
with flexible or rigid tubes with adequate joints, as
long as they are done by skilled personnel, in a
workmanlike manner, with respect for the
regulations in effect in the country of installation.
Maximum length of suction tubing
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 tubing must resist a pressure of at least 10 bar and must be of a diameter NOT
LOWER than 1''.
• 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 tubes must be of the widest radius possible to limit the loss of head.
• Make sure that the suction tubing is clean and free of scum.
Installation of the check valve and filter
At the intake end of the tube, a check valve and a
suction filter must be attached that must remain
immersed at the bottom of the tank. The check
valve and the filter are provided as part of the
equipment with the CUBE dispenser.
SUGGESTION: Before connecting the tubing to the pump
filter it is a good idea to fill the tubing with diesel fuel to facilitate
priming the pump during the phase of putting it into operation.
filter inlet
The check valve keeps the tubing
constantly filled with diesel fuel.
47 - Check valve
Fig. 2.2 - Check valve and filter installation
48 - Suction filter
Connecting the tubing to CUBE
Screw the other end of the tubing to the pump filter.
WARNING
Do not use conical threaded connectors that could cause damage to the threaded
connector on the pump filter.
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Electrical Connections
The electrical connections must be performed
in a workmanlike manner by skilled personnel,
respecting the regulations in effect in the
country of installation.
The maximum acceptable variations from the
electrical parameters are:
• voltage ± 5 %.
• frequency ± 2%
Connecting the CUBE 230V ac single-phase
Simply introduce the cable with the Schuko plug into the
hole at the bottom of the CUBE (see picture aside) and
connect the plug to a grounded outlet of the household
type.
Connect the ground wire to a grounding connection
prepared according to the regulations.
WARNING
CUBE dispensers are not equipped with circuit breakers. It is therefore strongly recommended to
install on the plug a 30-mA residual current operated circuit breaker.
Connecting the c.c. DC CUBE
WARNING
Connect the power cord
following the polarity:
blue = + / brown = and lock it as shown in the
drawing.
Refer to Panther DC
(M0127)
manual
for
information concerning the
fuses (30A for the 24V
version and 40A for the
12V version).
The direction of the
selector should be as
shown in the picture
Starting
Filling the pump
The pump provided with the CUBE is a
self-priming pump capable of suctioning an
empty tube, nevertheless, the pump should
be partially filled with diesel fuel before
turning it on for the first time.
It is left to the technician's experience to
determine the best way to fill the pump.
Priming the pump
It is advisable to oversee the first priming
phase to make sure that it is happening in a
reasonable amount of time:
depending on the length and fill status of the
priming tubes, the priming of the pump can
require from several seconds to several
minutes, as a function of the characteristics
of the system.
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WARNING
If this phase is excessively prolonged, stop the pump and verify that:
-
the
the
the
the
the
pump is not running completely dry;
suction tubing is air-tight and completely immersed in the fluid to be pumped;
suction filter is not clogged;
difference in height for priming is not greater than 3 meters;
residual air in the tubes has been evacuated.
Calibrating the meter
Before using the CUBE station, check the METER ACCURACY.
For this purpose, proceed as follows:
• Take out the nozzle and start the pump as described in the above paragraph.
• Run the fuel into a calibrated container.
WARNING
• To correctly check accuracy, always keep to the following instructions:
• Use a precision sample container, featuring a graduated measuring 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 in a continuous way at maximum CUBE flow rate.
• Stop the flow by quickly closing the nozzle.
• Reach the graduated area of the container, avoiding prolonged dispensing at low flow
rates; prefer short dispensing operations at maximum flow rate.
• Compare the reading provided by the container, with that provided by CUBE, after waiting
for all the froth to disappear.
If accuracy is NOT satisfactory, proceed to CALIBRATE THE METER according to the
instructions in the M0033 manual.
WARNING
Differences up to 0.2 litres out of every 20 litres fall within the guaranteed accuracy of +/- 1%.
Turning on the Cube
For all CUBE versions it is sufficient to:
- take the dispensing nozzle away from the
rest;
- Lift the rest (ON)
(Fig. 2.5).
Fig. 2.5 - Turning on the Cube
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
General Warnings
•
•
•
Transfer of fuel must always occur in the presence and under the control of the
Operator.
Keep the dispensing nozzle closed until it is inserted in the container to be filled.
If the nozzle lever is not completely pressed, the automatic release device will not work.
The functions and instructions for use of the
K33 mechanical meter are described in the
relative manual M 0033.
How to dispense fuel
Tube support
hook
Reset knob
1) Rotate the reset knob in a counter-clockwise direction to completely zero-out the partial
indicator. The total indicator cannot be reset to zero.
2) Extract the dispensing nozzle (a) and insert it in the container to be filled.
3) Set the starting handle to position ON (b): the pump starts.
4) Press the nozzle lever and keep it pressed until you have dispensed the desired quantity.
5) When dispensing is finished, set the start handle to OFF (c): the pump stops. Replace the
nozzle (d).
6) Rehang the tube on the tube support hook, so that it will not be crushed by moving
vehicles.
a
b
c
d
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MAINTENANCE
Opening and Closing the CUBE
-
Screw off and remove the three cross-head screws
on the left side of the CUBE (Fig. 4.1, screws A).
-
Screw off and remove the three cross-head screws
on the right side of the CUBE (Fig. 4.1, screws B).
-
Raise the CUBE higher part.
-
To reclose it, perform these steps in reverse
order.
A
B
Periodic Inspections
Fig. 4.1 - Opening the CUBE
-
Check weekly and keep the pump body, tubing
and flanges clean to promptly reveal any leaks.
-
Keep the dispensing nozzle tube clean and
especially the hole for the excess pressure
probe at the end of the nozzle tube (Fig. 4.2).
-
With equal frequency or at least every time the
tank is filled, clean the filter and check valve at
the bottom of the tank.
-
Every three months (or more often in case of
doubt) verify the accuracy of the meter.
Probe hole
Fig. 4,2 - Nozzle tube and probe
Cleaning the pump filter
The pump filter must be cleaned weekly or more often whenever a
reduction in flow rate is noticed.
The frequency required depends most of all on the quantity of fuel
dispensed, but also on other causes as well, such as dispensing fuel
immediately after refilling the tank, which stirs up sediment which
normally lies at the bottom.
To gain access to the filter:
• Remove the upper part of the Cube (and the side part for the
version CUBE 70), by unscrewing the 6 side screws (see Opening
and Closing the Cube)
• Screw off the 2 screws on the filter cover.
• To clean it, it is sufficient to wash it and blow through it.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible Causes
Lack of electric power
Motor not turning
Motor won't start with
nozzle closed
Low or no flow rate
Fuses burned out
Faulty switch on the
electric panel
Set the starting handle to position ON.
Reset the external residual current
circuit-breaker.
Check the electrical connections.
Replace the fuses in the electric panel
Change the switch
Motor Problems
If the rotor is jammed, dismount and
check for damage and obstructions, then
remount. Contact the Service Department
Electric voltage too low
Check that the voltage is not more
than 5% below the nominal voltage
Excessive suction pressure
Lower the CUBE with respect to the
tank or increase the diameter of the
tubing
High loss of head
Use shorter tubing or of greater
diameter
Suction tube resting on the
bottom of the tank
Raise the suction tube
Low level in the suction tank
Refill the tank
Air entering the suction tube
or in the pump
Check the connections seal in the
tubing and the level of diesel fuel in
the tank
Check the voltage at the motor.
Adjust the voltage and/or use cables
of greater cross-section
Motor low rotation speed
Check valve blocked
Tank filter clogged
Pump filter clogged
Fluid leaking
Meter accuracy not
sufficient
Possible Solutions
Meter chamber obstructed
Air in the suction line
Measuring chamber dirty
Clean or replace
Clean the filter
Clean the filter
Check the seal of the connections
and the condition of the rubber tubes
Clean the meter chamber
Check the seals of the connections
Clean the meter measuring chamber
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Spare parts for the CUBE
CUBE
70
CUBE
DC-56
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MANUFACTURER: PIUSI S.p.A.
DOCUMENT TYPE: General description and instructions
for its installation, activation,
use and maintenance
EDITION: Bullettin M0097A Rev.1
PRODUCT: Diesel fuel dispenser for private use
with meter
MODEL: All of the models of the CUBE product line,
with mechanical/electrical meters,
single-phase/three-phase in various
voltage/frequency combinations
CONFORMITY: CE Marked
(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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