Installation and Operating Instructions Vacuum and Pressure Pumps

Installation and Operating Instructions Vacuum and Pressure Pumps
Installation and
Operating Instructions
Vacuum and Pressure Pumps
Tiny SV 1005 C / SD 1005 C / SV 1008 C / SD 1008 C
Busch Produktions GmbH
Schauinslandstr. 1
79689 Maulburg
Germany
0870135648 /
051214 / Modifications reserved
Table of Contents
Preface
Preface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Product Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Principle of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Cooling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
On/off Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Intended Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Safety Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Noise Emission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Transport . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Transport in Packaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Transport without Packaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Short-term Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Conservation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Installation and Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Installation Prerequisites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Mounting Position and Space . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Suction Connection/Gas Inlet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Gas Discharge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Pressure Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Electrical Connection / Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Connecting Electrically . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Connecting Lines/Pipes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Recording of Operational Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Operation Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Maintenance Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Monthly: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Every 6 Months: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Every Year: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Every 1500 – 2000 (SD) / 2000 – 3000 (SV) Operating Hours:
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Check/Replacement of Vanes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Overhaul . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Removal from Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Temporary Removal from Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Recommissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Dismantling and Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Exploded View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Spare Parts/Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
EC-Declaration of Conformity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Technical Data. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Busch – All over the World in Industry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Congratulations on your purchase of the Busch vacuum and pressure
pump. With watchful observation of the field’s requirements, innovation and steady development Busch delivers modern vacuum and pressure solutions worldwide.
Preface
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These operating instructions contain information for
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product description,
safety,
transport,
storage,
installation and commissioning,
maintenance,
overhaul,
troubleshooting and
spare parts
of the vacuum and pressure pump.
For the purpose of these instructions, “handling” the vacuum and
pressure pump means the transport, storage, installation, commissioning, influence on operating conditions, maintenance, troubleshooting
and overhaul of the vacuum and pressure pump.
Prior to handling the vacuum and pressure pump these operating instructions shall be read and understood. If anything remains to be
clarified please contact your Busch representative!
Keep these operating instructions and, if applicable, other pertinent
operating instructions available on site.
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Product Description
Use
the suction (SV 1005 C / SV 1008 C)
the compression (SD 1005 C / SD 1008 C)
Accessory connection suction side
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Accessory connection pressure side
Terminal box
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Directional arrow
The vacuum and pressure pump is cooled by
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radiation of heat from the surface of the vacuum and pressure
pump
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the air flow from the fan wheel of the drive motor
the process gas
On/off Switch
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Cooling
The vacuum and pressure pump is intended for
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Suction connection/ gas
inlet
Gas discharge/ pressure
connection
air and other dry, non-aggressive, non-toxic and non-explosive
gases
Conveying media with a higher density than air leads to an increased
thermal and mechanical load on the vacuum and pressure pump and is
permissible only after prior consultation with Busch.
The gas shall be free from vapours that would condensate under the
temperature and pressure conditions inside the vacuum and pressure
pump.
The vacuum and pressure pump is intended for the placement in a
non-potentially explosive environment.
The vacuum and pressure pump is thermally suitable for continuous
operation.
Version with AC-motor: the drive is equipped with a thermal protection switch.
In case of vacuum operation (SV 1005 C / SV 1008 C):
The vacuum and pressure pump is ultimate pressure proof.
In case of pressure operation (SD 1005 C / SD 1008 C):
The maximum allowed pressure on the pressure connection (b) is
2 bar abs 'Absolutdruck. By means of process control and/or pressure
relief valves it must be made sure that the maximum allowed pressure
will not be exceeded.
Principle of Operation
The vacuum and pressure pump works on the rotating vane principle.
A circular rotor is positioned centrically on the shaft of the vacuum and
pressure pump (i.e. drive motor shaft).
The rotor rotates in an also circular, fixed cylinder, the centreline of
which is offset from the centreline of the rotor such that the rotor and
the inner wall of the cylinder almost touch along a line. Vanes (35),
sliding in slots in the rotor, separate the space between the rotor and
the cylinder into chambers. At any time gas is sucked in and at almost
any time ejected. Therefore the vacuum and pressure pump works almost pulsation free.
The vacuum and pressure pump compresses the inlet gas absolutely
oil-free. A lubrication of the pump chamber is neither necessary nor
allowed.
The vacuum and pressure pump comes without on/off switch. The
control of the vacuum and pressure pump is to be provided in the
course of installation.
Safety
Intended Use
Definition: For the purpose of these instructions, “handling” the
vacuum and pressure pump means the transport, storage, installation,
commissioning, influence on operating conditions, maintenance, troubleshooting and overhaul of the vacuum and pressure pump.
The vacuum and pressure pump is intended for industrial use. It shall
be handled only by qualified personnel.
The allowed media and operational limits (Ú Product Description)
and the installation prerequisites (Ú Installation and Commissioning
à Installation Prerequisites) of the vacuum and pressure pump shall
be observed both by the manufacturer of the machinery into which
the vacuum and pressure pump is to be incorporated and by the operator.
The maintenance instructions shall be observed.
Prior to handling the vacuum and pressure pump these operating instructions shall be read and understood. If anything remains to be
clarified please contact your Busch representative!
Safety Notes
The vacuum and pressure pump has been designed and manufactured
according to the state-of-the-art. Nevertheless, residual risks may remain. These operating instructions inform about potential hazards
where appropriate. Safety notes are tagged with one of the keywords
DANGER, WARNING and CAUTION as follows:
DANGER_a
Disregard of this safety note will always lead to accidents with fatal or serious injuries.
WARNING_a
Disregard of this safety note may lead to accidents with fatal or serious injuries.
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● Wrap the vacuum and pressure pump in VCI film
CAUTION_a
Disregard of this safety note may lead to accidents with minor injuries or property damage.
Noise Emission
For the sound pressure level in free field according to EN ISO 2151
Ú Technical Data.
● Store the vacuum and pressure pump
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if possible in original packing,
indoors,
dry,
dust free and
vibration free.
For commissioning after conservation:
Transport
● Make sure that all remains of adhesive tape are removed from the
ports
Transport in Packaging
● Commission the vacuum and pressure pump as described in the
chapter Ú Installation and Commissioning
Vacuum and pressure pumps individually packed in cardboard boxes
can be carried by hand.
Packed on a pallet the vacuum and pressure pump is to be transported
with a forklift.
Transport without Packaging
Installation and
Commissioning
Installation Prerequisites
In case the vacuum and pressure pump is packed in a cardboard box
with inflated cushions:
CAUTION_a
◆ Remove the inflated cushions from the box
In case the vacuum and pressure pump is in a cardboard box cushioned
with rolled corrugated cardboard:
◆ Remove the corrugated cardboard from the box
In case the vacuum and pressure pump is laid in foam:
◆ Remove the foam
Version without handle:
◆ Grasp the vacuum and pressure pump with both hands
In case of non-compliance with the installation prerequisites, particularly in case of insufficient cooling:
Risk of damage or destruction of the vacuum and pressure pump
and adjoining plant components!
Risk of injury!
The installation prerequisites must be complied with.
Storage
● Make sure that the integration of the vacuum and pressure pump
is carried out such that the essential safety requirements of the
Machine Directive 98/37/EC are complied with (in the responsibility of the designer of the machinery into which the vacuum and
pressure pump is to be incorporated; note in the Ú EC-Declaration
of Conformity)
Short-term Storage
Mounting Position and Space
● Make sure that the suction connection/gas inlet and the gas discharge/pressure connection are closed (leave the provided plugs
in)
● Make sure that the environment of the vacuum and pressure
pump is not potentially explosive
Version with handle:
◆ Carry the vacuum and pressure pump using the handle
● Store the vacuum and pressure pump
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if possible in original packaging,
indoors,
dry,
dust free and
vibration free
Conservation
In case of adverse ambient conditions (e.g. aggressive atmosphere, frequent temperature changes) conserve the vacuum and pressure pump
immediately. In case of favourable ambient conditions conserve the
vacuum and pressure pump if a storage of more than 3 months is
scheduled.
● Make sure that all ports are firmly closed; seal all ports that are not
sealed with PTFE-tape, gaskets or o-rings with adhesive tape
Note: VCI stands for “volatile corrosion inhibitor”. VCI-products (film,
paper, cardboard, foam) evaporate a substance that condenses in molecular thickness on the packed good and by its electro-chemical properties effectively suppresses corrosion on metallic surfaces. However,
VCI-products may attack the surfaces of plastics and elastomers. Seek
advice from your local packaging dealer! Busch uses CORTEC
VCI 126 R film for the overseas packaging of large equipment.
● Make sure that the following ambient conditions will be complied
with:
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Ambient temperature: –10 ... +40 °C
Ambient pressure: atmospheric
● Make sure that the environmental conditions comply with the protection class of the drive motor (according to the nameplate)
● Make sure that the vacuum and pressure pump will be placed or
mounted horizontally
● Make sure that the base for placement / mounting base is even
● Make sure that in order to warrant a sufficient cooling there will be
a clearance of minimum 2 cm between the vacuum and pressure
pump and nearby walls
● Make sure that no heat sensitive parts (plastics, wood, cardboard,
paper, electronics) will touch the surface of the vacuum and
pressure pump
● Make sure that the installation space or location is vented such
that a sufficient cooling of the vacuum and pressure pump is warranted
CAUTION_ac
During operation the surface of the vacuum and pressure pump
may reach temperatures of more than 70 °C.
Risk of burns!
Transport
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● Make sure that the vacuum and pressure pump will not be
touched inadvertently during operation, provide a guard if appropriate
Suction Connection/Gas Inlet
CAUTION_a
Intruding foreign objects or liquids can destroy the vacuum and
pressure pump.
In case the inlet gas can contain dust or other foreign solid particles:
◆ Make sure that a suitable filter (5 micron or less) is installed
upstream the vacuum and pressure pump
In case of compressor operation:
The following guidelines for the suction line do not apply, if the air
to be compressed is taken in right at the vacuum and pressure
pump.
● Make sure that the suction line fits to the suction connection/gas
inlet (a) of the vacuum and pressure pump
● Make sure that the gas will be sucked through a vacuum-tight
flexible hose or a pipe
In case of using a pipe:
◆ Make sure that the pipe will cause no stress on the vacuum
and pressure pump’s connection, if necessary use bellows
● Make sure that the line size of the suction line over the entire
length is at least as large as the suction connection/gas inlet (a) of
the vacuum and pressure pump
In case of very long suction lines it is prudent to use larger line sizes in
order to avoid a loss of efficiency. Seek advice from your Busch
representative!
In case the vacuum shall be maintained after shutdown of the vacuum
and pressure pump:
◆ Provide a manual or automatic operated valve (= non-return
valve) in the suction line
● Make sure that the suction line does not contain foreign objects,
e.g. welding scales
Gas Discharge
In case of vacuum operation:
The following guidelines for the discharge line do not apply, if the
aspirated air is discharged to the environment right at the vacuum
and pressure pump.
● Make sure that the discharge line fits to the gas discharge (b) of
the vacuum and pressure pump
In case of using a pipe:
◆ Make sure that the pipe will cause no stress on the vacuum
and pressure pump’s connection, if necessary use bellows
● Make sure that the line size of the discharge line over the entire
length is at least as large as the gas discharge (b) of the vacuum
and pressure pump
In case the length of the discharge line exceeds 0.5 m it is prudent to
use larger line sizes in order to avoid a loss of efficiency and an overload of the vacuum and pressure pump. Seek advice from your Busch
representative!
● Make sure that the discharge line either slopes away from the
vacuum and pressure pump or provide a liquid separator or a drip
leg with a drain cock, so that no liquids can back up into the
vacuum and pressure pump
Pressure Connection
● Make sure that the pressure line fits to the pressure connection (b)
of the vacuum and pressure pump
● Make sure that the pressure connection is connected to a pressure-tight flexible hose or a pipe
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● Make sure that the pressure line is designed for 1.5 barg and
140 °C
In case of using a pipe:
◆ Make sure that the pipe will cause no stress on the vacuum
and pressure pump’s connection, if necessary use bellows
● Make sure that the line size of the pressure line over the entire
length is at least as large as the pressure connection (b) of the
vacuum and pressure pump
In case the length of the pressure line exceeds 0.5 m it is prudent to
use larger line sizes in order to avoid a loss of efficiency and an overload of the vacuum and pressure pump. Seek advice from your Busch
representative!
● Make sure that the pressure line either slopes away from the
vacuum and pressure pump or provide a liquid separator or a drip
leg with a drain cock, so that no liquids can back up into the
vacuum and pressure pump
Electrical Connection / Controls
● Make sure that the stipulations acc. to the EMC-Directive
89/336/EEC and Low-Voltage-Directive 73/23/EEC as well as the
EN-standards, electrical and occupational safety directives and the
local or national regulations, respectively, are complied with (this is
in the responsibility of the designer of the machinery into which
the vacuum and pressure pump is to be incorporated; Ú note in
the EC-Declaration of Conformity).
● Make sure that the power supply matches the data on the nameplate of the vacuum and pressure pump
● Make sure that an overload protection according to EN 60204-1 is
provided for the drive motor
● Make sure that the drive of the vacuum and pressure pump will
not be affected by electric or electromagnetic disturbance from the
mains; if necessary seek advice from the Busch service
In case of mobile installation:
◆ Provide the electrical connection with grommets that serve as
strain-relief
Installation
Mounting
● Make sure that the à Installation Prerequisites are complied with
● Set down or mount the vacuum and pressure pump at its location
Connecting Electrically
WARNING_ab
Risk of electrical shock, risk of damage to equipment.
Electrical installation work must only be executed by qualified personnel that knows and observes the following regulations:
- IEC 364 or CENELEC HD 384 or DIN VDE 0100, respectively,
- IEC-Report 664 or DIN VDE 0110,
- BGV A2 (VBG 4) or corresponding national accident prevention
regulation.
● Observe the instructions/diagram for the drive motor connection
from the motor terminal box
● Electrically connect the drive motor
● Connect the protective earth conductor
CAUTION_a
Operation in the wrong direction of rotation can destroy the
vacuum and pressure pump in short time.
Prior to starting-up it must be made sure that the vacuum and
pressure pump is operated in the proper direction.
Installation and Commissioning
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Version with three-phase motor:
◆ Determine the intended direction of rotation with the arrow (f,
42) (stuck on or cast)
Version with AC-motor: the drive is equipped with a thermal protection switch.
Version with AC-motor:
◆ “Bump” the drive motor
◆ Watch the fan wheel of the drive motor and determine the direction of rotation just before the fan wheel stops
If the rotation must be changed:
◆ Switch any two of the drive motor wires (three-phase motor)
Connecting Lines/Pipes
● Connect the suction line
● Connect the discharge line
CAUTION_ah
Drive with thermal protection switch.
Automatic switching off in case of thermal overload.
Automatic restart after cooling down!
Prior to any intervention on a vacuum and pressure pump standing
still make sure that the drive is disconnected from the mains.
or
In case of vacuum operation (SV 1005 C / SV 1008 C):
● Connect the pressure line
The vacuum and pressure pump is ultimate pressure proof.
Installation without discharge line:
In case of pressure operation (SD 1005 C / SD 1008 C):
◆ Make sure that the gas discharge (b) is open
Installation without suction line:
◆ Make sure that the gas inlet (a) is open
The maximum allowed pressure on the pressure connection (b) is
2 bar abs 'Absolutdruck. By means of process control and/or pressure
relief valves it must be made sure that the maximum allowed pressure
will not be exceeded.
● Make sure that all provided covers, guards, hoods etc. are
mounted
CAUTION_ac
● Make sure that cooling air inlets and outlets are not covered or obstructed and that the cooling air flow is not affected adversely in
any other way
During operation the surface of the vacuum and pressure pump
may reach temperatures of more than 70 °C.
Recording of Operational Parameters
Risk of burns!
As soon as the vacuum and pressure pump is operated under normal
operating conditions:
● Measure the drive motor current and record it as reference for future maintenance and troubleshooting work
Operation Notes
The vacuum and pressure pump shall be protected against contact
during operation, it shall cool down prior to a required contact or
heat protection gloves shall be worn.
● Make sure that all provided covers, guards, hoods etc. remain
mounted
● Make sure that protective devices will not be disabled
Use
CAUTION_a
The vacuum and pressure pump is designed for operation under the
conditions described below.
In case of disregard risk of damage or destruction of the vacuum
and pressure pump and adjoining plant components!
Risk of injury!
● Make sure that cooling air inlets and outlets will not be covered or
obstructed and that the cooling air flow will not be affected adversely in any other way
● Make sure that the installation Prerequisites (Ú Installation and
Commissioning à Installation Prerequisites) are complied with and
will remain complied with, particularly that a sufficient cooling will
be ensured
Maintenance
The vacuum and pressure pump must only be operated under the
conditions described below.
The vacuum and pressure pump is intended for
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the suction (SV 1005 C / SV 1008 C)
the compression (SD 1005 C / SD 1008 C)
of
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air and other dry, non-aggressive, non-toxic and non-explosive
gases
Conveying media with a higher density than air leads to an increased
thermal and mechanical load on the vacuum and pressure pump and is
permissible only after prior consultation with Busch.
The gas shall be free from vapours that would condensate under the
temperature and pressure conditions inside the vacuum and pressure
pump.
The vacuum and pressure pump is intended for the placement in a
non-potentially explosive environment.
The vacuum and pressure pump is thermally suitable for continuous
operation.
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In case the vacuum and pressure pump conveyed gas that was contaminated with foreign materials which are dangerous to health,
harmful material can reside in filters.
Danger to health during inspection, cleaning or replacement of filters.
Danger to the environment.
Personal protective equipment must be worn during the handling
of contaminated filters.
Contaminated filters are special waste and must be disposed of
separately in compliance with applicable regulations.
CAUTION_ac
During operation the surface of the vacuum and pressure pump
may reach temperatures of more than 70 °C.
Risk of burns!
Maintenance
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● Prior to disconnecting connections make sure that the connected
pipes/lines are vented to atmospheric pressure
In case the vanes (35) are undamaged, the height A of all
vanes is more than 23 mm and
regular inspections in short intervals are ensured:
Maintenance Schedule
Note: The maintenance intervals depend very much on the individual
operating conditions. The intervals given below shall be considered as
starting values which should be shortened or extended as appropriate.
Particularly heavy duty operation, such like high dust loads in the environment or in the process gas, other contaminations or ingress of process material, can make it necessary to shorten the maintenance
intervals significantly.
◆ Reinsert the vanes (35) as
shown
In case a vane (35) is damaged,
its height A is less than 23 mm,
1500 – 2000 (SD) / 2000 – 3000
(SV) operating hours have passed
since the last change or will have
passed until the next inspection:
Monthly:
● Make sure that the vacuum and pressure pump is shut down and
locked against inadvertent start up
◆ Insert new vanes (35) as
shown
In case an inlet air filter (62, 63) is installed:
◆ Check the inlet air filter (62, 63), if necessary clean (with compressed air) or replace
In case of operation in a dusty environment:
◆ Clean as described under à Every 6 Months:
Every 6 Months:
● Make sure that the housing is free from dust and dirt, clean if necessary
● Make sure that the vacuum and pressure pump is shut down and
locked against inadvertent start up
● Clean the fan cowling, the fan wheel, the ventilation grille and the
cooling fins
Every Year:
● Make sure that the vacuum and pressure pump is shut down and
locked against inadvertent start up
In case an inlet air filter (62, 63) is installed:
◆ Clean (with compressed air) or replace the inlet air filter (62,
63)
● Reattach the cylinder cover
Overhaul
CAUTION_a
In order to achieve best efficiency and a long life the vacuum and
pressure pump was assembled and adjusted with precisely defined
tolerances.
This adjustment will be lost during dismantling of the vacuum and
pressure pump.
It is therefore strictly recommended that any dismantling of the
vacuum and pressure pump that is beyond of what is described in
this manual shall be done by Busch service.
In case an inlet screen is installed:
DANGER_age32
◆ Check the inlet screen, clean if necessary
Every 1500 – 2000 (SD) / 2000 – 3000 (SV) Operating
Hours:
● Replace the vanes (35) (à Check/Replacement of Vanes)
Check/Replacement of Vanes
● Make sure that the vacuum and pressure pump is shut down and
locked against inadvertent start up
In case the vacuum and pressure pump conveyed gas that was contaminated with foreign materials which are dangerous to health,
harmful material can reside in pores, gaps and internal spaces of
the vacuum and pressure pump.
Danger to health during dismantling of the vacuum and pressure
pump.
Danger to the environment.
● Remove the cylinder cover
● Remove the vanes (35)
● Check the vanes (35) for damage
● Measure the height A of the
vanes (35)
Prior to shipping the vacuum and pressure pump shall be decontaminated as good as possible and the contamination status shall
be stated in a “Declaration of Contamination” (form downloadable
from www.busch-vacuum.com).
Busch service will only accept vacuum and pressure pumps that come
with a completely filled in and legally binding signed “Declaration of
Contamination” (form downloadable from www.busch-vacuum.com).
Removal from Service
Temporary Removal from Service
CAUTION_a
The vanes (35) are made of special carbon and are self-lubricating.
The vanes must by no means be lubricated with oil or grease.
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● Prior to disconnecting pipes/lines make sure that all pipes/lines are
vented to atmospheric pressure
Recommissioning
● Observe the chapter Ú Installation and Commissioning
Overhaul
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Dismantling and Disposal
DANGER_age32
In case the vacuum and pressure pump conveyed gas that was contaminated with foreign materials which are dangerous to health,
harmful material can reside in pores, gaps and internal spaces of
the vacuum and pressure pump.
Danger to health during dismantling of the vacuum and pressure
pump.
Danger to the environment.
During dismantling of the vacuum and pressure pump personal
protective equipment must be worn.
The vacuum and pressure pump must be decontaminated prior to
disposal.
● Make sure that materials and components to be treated as special
waste have been separated from the vacuum and pressure pump
● Make sure that the vacuum and pressure pump is not contaminated with harmful foreign material
According to the best knowledge at the time of printing of this manual
the materials used for the manufacture of the vacuum and pressure
pump involve no risk.
● Dispose of the vacuum and pressure pump as scrap metal
Removal from Service
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Troubleshooting
WARNING_ab
Risk of electrical shock, risk of damage to equipment.
Electrical installation work must only be executed by qualified personnel that knows and observes the following regulations:
- IEC 364 or CENELEC HD 384 or DIN VDE 0100, respectively,
- IEC-Report 664 or DIN VDE 0110,
- BGV A2 (VBG 4) or equivalent national accident prevention regulation.
CAUTION_ac
During operation the surface of the vacuum and pressure pump may reach temperatures of more than 70 °C.
Risk of burns!
Let the vacuum and pressure pump cool down prior to a required contact or wear heat protection gloves.
Problem
The vacuum and pressure pump does not
reach the usual pressure
The drive motor draws a too high current
(compare with initial value after commissioning)
Possible Cause
Vacuum operation:
The vacuum system or suction line is not
leak-tight
Remedy
Check the hose or pipe connections for possible leak
Pressure operation:
Vacuum operation:
The pressure system or pressure line is not
leak-tight
Evacuation of the system takes too long
Pressure operation:
Filling the system takes too long
Building up pressure in the system takes too
long
In case a vacuum relief valve/regulating system
is installed:
Adjust, repair or replace, respectively
The vacuum relief valve/regulating system is
misadjusted or defective
In case a pressure relief valve/regulating system
is installed:
The pressure relief valve/regulating system is
misadjusted or defective
In case a screen is installed in the suction connection/gas inlet (a):
The screen in the suction connection/gas inlet
(a) is partially clogged
Clean the screen
If cleaning is required too frequently install a
filter upstream
In case a filter (62, 63) is installed on the suction Clean or replace the inlet air filter (62, 63), respectively
connection/gas inlet (a):
The filter (62, 63) on the suction connection/gas inlet (a) is partially clogged
The gas conveyed by the vacuum and
pressure pump smells displeasing
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Partial clogging in the suction, discharge or
pressure line
Remove the clogging
Long suction, discharge or pressure line with
too small diameter
Use larger diameter
A vane (35) is blocked in the rotor or otherwise damaged
Free the vanes (35) or replace with new ones
(Busch service)
The radial clearance between the rotor and
the cylinder is no longer adequate
Readjust the vacuum and pressure pump
(Busch service)
Internal parts worn or damaged
Repair the vacuum and pressure pump (Busch
service)
Process components evaporating under vacuum
Check the process, if applicable
Troubleshooting
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Version with AC-motor:
The vacuum and pressure pump stops and restarts after a certain time
The vacuum and pressure pump does not start
The thermal protections switch of the drive
activates due to insufficient cooling of the
vacuum and pressure pump
Improve the cooling (increase the distance to
adjacent walls, increase fresh air supply)
The drive motor is not supplied with the correct voltage or is overloaded
Supply the drive motor with the correct voltage
The drive motor starter overload protection is
too small or trip level is too low
Compare the trip level of the drive motor
starter overload protection with the data on
the nameplate, correct if necessary
In case of high ambient temperature: set the
trip level of the drive motor starter overload
protection 5 percent above the nominal drive
motor current
One of the fuses has blown
Version with alternating current motor:
Check the fuses
Repair the drive (Busch service)
The drive motor capacitor is defective
The connection cable is too small or too long
causing a voltage drop at the vacuum and
pressure pump
Use sufficiently dimensioned cable
The vacuum and pressure pump or the drive
motor is blocked
Make sure the drive motor is disconnected
from the power supply
Remove the fan cover
Try to turn the drive motor with the vacuum
and pressure pump by hand
If the vacuum and pressure pump is blocked:
Repair the vacuum and pressure pump (Busch
service)
The vacuum and pressure pump is blocked
The drive motor is defective
Replace the drive motor (Busch service)
Solid foreign matter has entered the vacuum
and pressure pump
Repair the vacuum and pressure pump (Busch
service)
Make sure the suction line is equipped with a
screen
If necessary additionally provide a filter
Corrosion in the vacuum and pressure pump
from remaining condensate
Repair the vacuum and pressure pump (Busch
service)
Check the process
Version with three-phase motor:
The vacuum and pressure pump was run in
the wrong direction
The vacuum and pressure pump starts, but labours or runs noisily or rattles
The drive motor draws a too high current
(compare with initial value after commissioning)
Repair the vacuum and pressure pump (Busch
service)
When connecting the vacuum and pressure
pump make sure the vacuum and pressure
pump will run in the correct direction (Ú Installation)
After shutting down the vacuum and pressure
pump condensate ran into the pump chamber
Repair the vacuum and pressure pump (Busch
service)
When the vacuum and pressure pump was restarted too much condensate was enclosed
between the vanes (35)
Make sure no condensate will enter the
vacuum and pressure pump, if necessary provide a drip leg and a drain cock
Condensate could not be compressed and
thus broke a vane (35)
Drain condensate regularly
Loose connection(s) in the drive motor terminal box
Check the proper connection of the wires
against the connection diagram
Version with three-phase-motor:
Tighten or replace loose connections
Not all drive motor coils are properly connected
The drive motor operates on two phases only
Version with three-phase motor:
The vacuum and pressure pump runs in the
wrong direction
Troubleshooting
page 10
Verification and rectification Ú Installation
and Commissioning
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Foreign objects in the vacuum and pressure
pump
Repair the vacuum and pressure pump (Busch
service)
Broken vanes (35)
Stuck bearings
The vacuum and pressure pump runs very
noisily
The vacuum and pressure pump runs very hot
Defective bearings
Repair the vacuum and pressure pump (Busch
service)
Stuck vanes (35)
Repair the vacuum and pressure pump (Busch
service)
Insufficient air ventilation
Make sure that the cooling of the vacuum and
pressure pump is not impeded by dust/dirt
Clean the fan cowling, the fan wheel, the ventilation grille and the cooling fins
Install the vacuum and pressure pump in a
narrow space only if sufficient ventilation is
ensured
Ambient temperature too high
Observe the permitted ambient temperatures
Temperature of the inlet gas too high
Observe the permitted temperatures for the
inlet gas
Mains frequency or voltage outside tolerance
range
Provide a more stable power supply
Partial clogging of filters or screens
Remove the clogging
Partial clogging in the suction, discharge or
pressure line
Long suction, discharge or pressure line with
too small diameter
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Use larger diameter
Troubleshooting
page 11
Exploded View
Exploded View
page 12
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Spare Parts/Accessories
Note: When ordering spare parts or accessories acc. to the table below
please always quote the type and the serial no. of the vacuum and
pressure pump. This will allow Busch service to check if the vacuum
and pressure pump is compatible with a modified or improved part.
Pos.
Part
Qty
35
Vane
3
0722 133 118
42
Directional arrow
1
0565 000 003
50
Handle (for mobile operation)
1
0947 133 879
51
Mounting (rubber feet for
vibration insulated mounting)
1
0956 133 878
52
Silencer (suction and pressure
side, vacuum and pressure
operation)
2
0947 133 870
53
Non-return valve, suction side
(vacuum operation)
1
0947 134 347
54
Hose nipple G3/8 x 37
(vacuum and pressure
operation)
2
0574 102 380
—
Small flange DN10 KF short,
R3/8 (vacuum and pressure
operation)
2
0450 000 032
56
Non-return valve, pressure side
(pressure operation)
1
0947 134 294
57
Pressure regulation valve R1/4
(manual setting for pressure
operation)
1
0540 000 015
58
Pressure regulation unit (with
pressure regulation valve,
manual setting, pressure
gauge, for pressure operation)
1
0947 134 230
59
Pressure relief valve (safety
valve for pressure operation)
1
0947 134 019
60
Vacuum regulation valve R1/4
(manual setting for vacuum
operation)
1
0540 000 014
61
Vacuum regulation unit (with
vacuum regulation valve,
manual setting, vacuum gauge,
for vacuum operation)
1
0947 134 229
62
Air filter, complete (external
mounting, for increased dust
load, for vacuum operation)
1
0945 121 564
—
Filter cartridge (for external
filter)
1
0532 000 033
63
Filter cartridge (small internal
filter)
2
0532 133 447
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Spare Parts/Accessories
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EC-Declaration of Conformity
Note: This Declaration of Conformity and the
-mark affixed to the nameplate are valid for the vacuum and pressure pump within the
Busch-scope of delivery. When this vacuum and pressure pump is integrated into a superordinate machinery the manufacturer of the superordinate
machinery (this can be the operating company, too) must conduct the conformity assessment process acc. to the Directive Machinery 98/37/EC for
the superordinate machine, issue the Declaration of Conformity for it and affix the
-mark.
We
Busch Produktions GmbH
Schauinslandstr. 1
79689 Maulburg
Germany
declare that vacuum and pressure pumps SV 1005 C / SD 1005 C / SV 1008 C / SD 1008 C
in accordance with the European Directives
“Machinery” 98/37/EC,
“Electrical Equipment Designed for Use within Certain Voltage Limits” (so called “Low Voltage”) 73/23/EEC,
“Electromagnetic Compatibility” 89/336/EEC
have been designed and manufactured to the following specifications:
Standard
Title of the Standard
Harmonised Standards
EN 12100-1
EN 12100-2
Safety of machinery - Basic concepts, general principles of design - Part 1 and 2
EN 294
Safety of machinery - Safety distance to prevent danger zones being reached by the upper limbs
EN 1012-1
EN 1012-2
Compressors and vacuum pumps - Safety requirements - Part 1 and 2
EN ISO 2151
Acoustics - Noise test code for compressors and vacuum pumps - Engineering method (grade 2)
EN 60204-1
Safety of machinery - Electrical equipment of machines - Part 1: General requirements
EN 61000-6-1
EN 61000-6-2
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Generic immunity standards
EN 61000-6-3
EN 61000-6-4
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Generic emission standards
Manufacturer
Dr.-Ing. Karl Busch
General director
EC-Declaration of Conformity
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Technical Data
For motor connection parameters see nameplate
Nomical suction capacity
Volume flow
SV 1005 C
SD 1005 C
SV 1008 C
SD 1008 C
50 Hz
4.6
—
7.3
—
60 Hz
5.5
—
8.8
—
50 Hz
—
4.6
—
7.3
60 Hz
—
5.5
—
8.8
150
—
150
—
—
1
—
1
50 Hz
0.14
0.25
0.25
0.37
60 Hz
0.18
0.3
0.3
0.45
50 Hz
3000
3000
3000
3000
60 Hz
3600
3600
3600
3600
50 Hz
59
60
61
62
60 Hz
60
61
62
63
8
8.5
8.5
9
m³/h
m³/h
Ultimate pressure
hPa abs. (mbar abs)
Overpressure
(= max. allowed backpressure)
bar g
Nominal motor rating
kW
Nominal speed
min
-1
Sound pressure level (EN ISO 2151)
with silencer
db(A)
Weight
kg
Ambient temperature range
°C
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Technical Data
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Australia
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Broadmeadows, Vic. 3047
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Fax: (03) 93 55 06 99
Austria
Busch Austria GmbH
Industriepark Nord
2100 Korneuburg
Tel: 02262 / 756 65-0
Fax: 02262 / 756 65-20
Belgium
Busch N.V./Busch SA
Kruinstraat 7
9160 Lokeren
Tel: (0)9 / 348 47 22
Fax: (0)9 / 348 65 35
Brazil
Busch do Brasil Ltda.
Rod. Edgard Máximo Zambotto, Km 64
13240-000 Jarinú-SP
Tel: (55) 11-4016 1400
Fax: (55) 11-4016 1077
Canada
Busch Vacuum Technics Inc.
1740, Boulevard Lionel Bertrand
Boisbriand (Montréal)
Québec J7H 1N7
Tel: 450 435 6899
Fax: 450 430 5132
China
Busch Vacuum (Shanghai) Co., Ltd
18 Bin Yang Road, Shanghai
China 200235
Tel: +86 21 6436 1919
Fax: +86 21 5031 5766
Czech Republic
Busch Vakuum s.r.o.
Pra ákova 10
619 00 Horní Heršpice
Brno
Tel.: +420 543 42 48 55
Fax: +420 543 42 48 56
Denmark
Busch Vakuumteknik A/S
Parallelvej 11
8680 Ry
Tel: +45 87 88 07 77
Fax: +45 87 88 07 88
Finland
Busch Vakuumteknik Oy
Sinikellonpolku 3
01300 VANTAA
Tel: 09 774 60 60
Fax: 09 774 60 666
France
Busch France S.A.
Parc Technologique
de Bois Chaland CE 2922
91029 Evry Cedex
Tel: 01 69 89 89 89
Fax: 01 60 86 16 74
Germany
Dr.-Ing. K. Busch GmbH
Schauinslandstr. 1
79689 Maulburg
Tel: (0 76 22) 6 81-0
Fax: (0 76 22) 6 81-194
e-mail: [email protected]
Dr.-Ing. K. Busch GmbH
Niederlassung Nord
Ernst-Abbe-Str. 1-3
25451 Quickborn
Tel: (0 41 06) 7 99 67-0
Fax: (0 41 06) 7 99 67-77
Dr.-Ing. K. Busch GmbH
Niederlassung West
Nordring 35
64807 Dieburg
Tel: (0 60 71) 92 82-0
Fax: (0 60 71) 14 71
Dr.-Ing. K. Busch GmbH
Niederlassung Süd-Ost
Gewerbestraße 3
90579 Langenzenn
Tel: (09 01) 90 25-0
Fax: (09 01) 90 25-25
Dr.-Ing. K. Busch GmbH
Außenstelle Zella-Mehlis
Am Rain 11
98544 Zella-Mehlis
Tel: (0 36 82) 46 92 71
Fax: (0 36 82) 46 92 73
Ireland
Busch Ireland Ltd.
A10-11 Howth Junction Business Centre
Kilbarrack, Dublin 5
Tel: 00353 1 832 1466
Fax: 00353 1 832 1470
Italy
Busch Italia S.r.l.
Via Ettore Majorana, 16
20054 Nova Milanese
Tel: 0362 370 91
Fax: 0362 370 999
Japan
Nippon Busch K.K.
1-23-33, Megumigaoka
Hiratsuka City, Kanagawa
Japan 259-1220
Tel: 0463-50-4000
Fax: 0463-50-4004
Korea
Busch Korea Ltd.
392-1 Yangji-Ri, Yangji-Myun,
Yongin-si, Kyunggi-Do
Tel: 031) 321-8114
Fax: 031) 321 4330
Malaysia
Busch (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd.
6 Jalan Taboh 33/22
Shah Alam Technology Park
Section 33
40400 Shah Alam
Selangor D. E.
Tel: 03 5122 2128
Fax: 03 5122 2108
Netherlands
Busch B.V.
Pompmolenlaan 2
3447 GK Woerden
Postbus 2091
3440 DB Woerden
Tel: (0)348 - 462300
Fax: (0)348 - 422939
New Zealand
Busch New Zealand Ltd.
Unit D, Arrenway Drive
Albany, Auckland 1311
P O Box 302696
North Harbour, Auckland 1330
Tel: 0-9-414 7782
Fax: 0-9-414 7783
www.busch-vacuum.com
Norway
Busch Vakuumteknikk AS
Hestehagen 2
1440 Drøbak
Tel: 64 98 98 50
Fax: 64 93 66 21
Poland
Busch Polska Sp. z o.o.
Ul. Chopina 27
87800 W»oc»awek
Tel: (054) 2315400
Fax: (054) 2327076
Singapore
Busch Vacuum Singapore Pte Ltd
20 Shaw Road
#01-03 Ching Shine Building
Singapore 36 79 56
Tel: (65) 6488 0866
Fax: (65) 6288 0877
Spain
Busch Ibérica S.A.
C/. Penedès, 47-49
08192 Sant Quirze del Vallès
Tel: 93 721 77 77
Fax: 93 721 42 07
Sweden
Busch Vakuumteknik AB
Bråta Industriområde
435 33 Mölnlycke
Tel: 031 - 338 00 80
Fax: 031 - 338 00 89
Switzerland
Busch AG
Waldweg 22
4312 Magden
Tel: 061 / 845 90 90
Fax: 061 / 845 90 99
Taiwan
Busch Taiwan Corporation
No. 69, Sec. 3, Pei Shen Rd.
Shen Keng Hsiang,
Taipei Hsien,
Taiwan (222), R.O.C
Tel: (02) 2662 0775
Fax: (02) 2662 0796
Turkey
VAKUTEK
Emlak Kredi Ishani No: 179
81130 Üsküdar-Istanbul
Tel: (216) 310 0573
Fax: (216) 343 5126
United Kingdom
Busch (UK) Ltd
Hortonwood 30-35
Telford
Shropshire
TF1 7YB
Tel: 01952 677 432
Fax: 01952 677 423
USA
Busch, Inc.
516-B Viking Drive
Virginia Beach, VA 23452
Tel: (757) 463-7800
Fax: (757) 463 7407
Semiconductor Vacuum Group Inc.
Morgan Hill, CA 95037
Tel: (408) 955 1900
Fax: (408) 955 0229
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