RANCHER Owner`s Manual
RANCHER
Owner's Manual
Publication Date:
01/2016
Publication Number: 701246, Rev. 2
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RANCHER Owner's Manual
Publication No.: 701246, Rev. 2
Publication Date: 01/2016
First Edition: March 2015
Published by:
WATERAX Inc.
6635 Henri-Bourassa W.
Montreal, Quebec, CANADA
H4R 1E1
Copyright © 2015 WATERAX Inc.
All rights reserved
Printed in Canada
WATERAX RANCHER Owner's Manual
Contents
Important Safety Instructions ............................................................................................ 2
Personal Safety Advisory .................................................................................................................. 2
Warnings ........................................................................................................................................... 2
Preventing Damage to Equipment .................................................................................... 3
Introduction ........................................................................................................................ 3
About this Manual ............................................................................................................................. 3
Abbreviations and Terms .................................................................................................................. 4
About the RANCHER Series ............................................................................................................. 5
Parts Identification ............................................................................................................................. 6
Installation .......................................................................................................................... 6
Fastening to Truck/Apparatus ........................................................................................................... 6
Operating RANCHER Series Skid Unit .............................................................................. 7
Pre-Operation Checklist .................................................................................................................... 7
Filling the Water Tank ....................................................................................................................... 7
Drafting .............................................................................................................................................. 7
Selecting Suction Mode .................................................................................................................... 8
Priming the Pump .............................................................................................................................. 9
Startup and Discharge ...................................................................................................................... 9
Shutdown ........................................................................................................................................ 10
Cold Weather Operation ................................................................................................................. 10
Basic Care and Storage .................................................................................................................. 11
Troubleshooting .............................................................................................................................. 12
Service .............................................................................................................................. 14
Parts Breakdown ............................................................................................................................. 14
Warranty............................................................................................................................ 17
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Important Safety Instructions
It is recommended that all information provided in this manual be carefully read and
understood before performing any operation of or maintenance to the RANCHER.
The procedures listed in this manual are general operating and maintenance procedures.
They should be taken in addition to any procedures, policies and guidelines established
by the authority having jurisdiction or the apparatus manufacturer. Where conflicts arise,
all parties (authority having jurisdiction, the apparatus manufacturer, and WATERAX Inc.)
will need to be contacted to determine the best resolution. The solution will need to
address the safety of the operator along with the proper performance and life expectancy
of the unit.
Personal Safety Advisory
READ YOUR ENGINE MANUAL FIRST!
Before proceeding further, locate and read the engine manufacturer’s manual. It contains
very important safety information that MUST be read, understood and followed to
safeguard you and your equipment from harm, as well as specific information on the
proper use and care of your engine.
READ THIS MANUAL BEFORE OPERATING YOUR RANCHER!
The improper use of the WATERAX RANCHER could result in serious injuries as well as
damage to the unit. Any operator should familiarize himself with the apparatus and its
capabilities before trying to operate the equipment in an emergency situation. Please read
this entire manual before using your WATERAX RANCHER and follow all Personal Safety
Advisories.
Warnings
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Always wear eye and ear protection when operating the RANCHER unit.
Do not operate if mentally or physically fatigued.
Always inspect hoses and piping to avoid burst injuries.
Use only pipe, hose, and fittings that are rated at or above the maximum pressure
rating of the pump shown below, or according to what maximum pressure the system
was designed for, whichever is lower.
 Maximum Allowable Pressure: 100 PSI (6.9 bar)
No modifications and/or alterations may be made to the RANCHER. Any such
modifications not only void the RANCHER warranty but can make the unit dangerous
to anyone operating the pump.
Do not operate the pump higher than the maximum rated pressure. Always run the unit
at the lowest pressure required for the application to enhance operator and equipment
safety.
Slowly close valves and use slow close valves wherever possible to prevent danger to
other line operators and to prevent water hammer which could damage the pump and
its piping components.
Relieve all system pressure before doing any service work on the unit.
Never run the pump in a closed or confined area. Exhaust gas contains carbon
monoxide which is poisonous to humans. Avoid inhalation of exhaust gas.
Refuel engine with care. Gasoline is flammable, and gasoline vapor can explode.
Refuel in a well-ventilated area, with the engine stopped.
Be alert and never touch any part of the engine exhaust system (muffler, shield,
header pipes, etc.) while the engine is running. Always allow enough time, after
stopping the unit, for proper cooling of the muffler and surrounding parts.
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Preventing Damage to Equipment
The following recommendations will help avoid damage to your equipment:
 Flush the pump with fresh water if the pump has been used to pump salty, brackish,
high mineral content water, water containing debris, or foam injected water. Check that
debris is cleared before using pump again.
 Always draft water using a suction hose strainer.
 During freezing weather, drain the pump, manifolds, and lines of all water. You can
also pour some antifreeze into the pump and circulate it through the pump and
plumbing system.
 Let the engine warm up before using the unit at full speed.
 Always use the proper unleaded gasoline fuel as recommended in the engine
manufacturer’s manual.
 Always check for sufficient oil quantity in the engine crankcase before use (see engine
manual for details on checking the oil level, as well as for the type of oil to use).
 Pumps should not be operated without water for any extended period of time or without
discharging water. Operating the pump in such a manner can overheat the pump
causing damage to seals, or pump internals.
 It is recommended that all fasteners be replaced with genuine WATERAX parts.
Introduction
About this Manual
This manual contains general operation, care and parts lists for the following WATERAX
RANCHER-65/125 skid unit.
RANCHER designation Engine used
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RNCH65
Honda GXH50 2.5 HP gasoline engine
RNCH125
Honda GXH50 2.5 HP gasoline engine
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These instructions cover most wildland and municipal RANCHER applications. If the
application the pump is being used for does not fall into these general guidelines, consult
WATERAX Inc. for any additional safeguards, operating, or maintenance considerations
that may be required.
For full service and maintenance instructions regarding the pump, please refer to the
Service section of the MINI-STRIKER owner’s manual. For maintenance instructions
regarding the engine, as well as for oil and fuel recommendations, refer to the engine
manufacturer’s manual.
Please see www.waterax.com additional documentation related to this product such as
the WATERAX product guide, technical notes, links to the engine manufacturer’s
manuals, news and other updates about WATERAX and its goods and services.
Abbreviations and Terms
The following terms and abbreviations are used in this manual:
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Cavitation
Formation of air bubbles in a liquid inside a centrifugal pump,
causing low pressure points and loss of pump capacity.
Dead-heading
Also called shut-off. Leaving the pump running with all the
discharge valves closed. The pump should not be left in this
mode for more than a minute since the pump can overheat and
become damaged. To avoid this, the re-circulation line should be
opened or a discharge line left slightly open to allow fresh water
to continue to enter the pump.
Drafting
Process of using vacuum (suction) to take water from a stream
or impoundment.
NH
National Hose. This is a type thread specified in NFPA 1963.
Formerly known as NST (National Standard Thread).
NPSH
National Pipe Straight Hose. This is a type of thread that is
slightly smaller in diameter than NH, with more threads per inch
than the same nominal size of NH thread. NPSH is also called
IPT (Iron Pipe Thread).
NPT
National Pipe Thread Taper. This thread is similar to NPSH
thread except for the taper. A sealant compound or Teflon tape
must be used when installing NPT fittings for a leak-free seal.
NPSH female fittings are often used on NPT male threads; the
gasket makes the seal.
RPM
Revolutions Per Minute.
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About the RANCHER Series
Features
For full specifications and performance curves, see the Product Data Sheet for your
pump model.
Applications of the WATERAX RANCHER series include:
 Attack line firefighting
 Park and spot fire patrol
 Prescribed burns
 Mop-up operations
Features and Benefits of the WATERAX RANCHER series include:
 Lightweight polyethylene tank secured with galvanized steel tank bands
 Tank side water level indicator
 Ultra-durable aluminum alloy manual reel with 50’ of ¾” booster hose.
 6-14 US GPM combination nozzle
 Robust copolymer polypropylene with rails and easy lifting cutout holes.
 WATERAX MINI-STRIKER pump.
 Non-corrosive polypropylene piping.
 Discharge pressure gauge.
 Optional foam eductor/mixer.
 Low oil protection.
 Comprehensive manuals
 EPA Certified
Configurations
The RANCHER series is used for a variety of wildland and municipal firefighting
applications. Your model may be configured, with or without foam capabilities, and with
NH or NPSH threads.
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Parts Identification
RANCHER 65/125
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
B
50’ booster hose (¾″) and nozzle
MINI-STRIKER pump
Tank fill opening
Overboard discharge port
Class A foam eductor system*
C
D
H
E
I
J
G
(option)
F.
G.
H.
I.
J.
K.
Overboard suction port
Overboard discharge valve
Reel discharge valve
Foam discharge valve*
Recirculation valve
Suction valve
A
F
K
* Denotes optional components.
Installation
Depending on your model, you may need to evaluate the GVWR capacity of the vehicle
used prior to installing your RANCHER unit. You will also require hoses and strainers as
well as other accessories which can be purchased through your WATERAX
representative. Follow the instructions and heed all warnings in any documentation that
you receive with the accessories you purchase.
Fastening to Truck/Apparatus
When adding any equipment to a vehicle, follow all instructions and heed all warnings
provided by manufacturers of the apparatus and any third-party accessories.
Before installing the RANCHER in a vehicle, plan for adequate access to any fill caps
such as those for oil or fuel, as well as any other part of the pump or engine that is
frequently accessed or inspected (valves, panels, filters, etc.). Make note of components
that become hot when operating such as mufflers and engine blocks, and always ensure
a safe clearance around them.
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Operating RANCHER Series Skid Unit
Pre-Operation Checklist
Before using your unit, follow this verification procedure:
1. Visually inspect product
When you first receive your RANCHER unit, inspect the product and check for any
damage. Notify the supplier if any damage is found.
2. Check all fluid levels regarding the pump and any related equipment. Before first use,
you must prepare the engine which is shipped dry. Before each subsequent use, check
levels and top up as needed.
 Engine/apparatus fuel level
 Engine/apparatus oil level
Refer to the engine manufacturer’s manual for specific instructions
regarding the engine.
3. Check that all suction and discharge hoses are structurally sound and do not leak.
4. Inspect all safety features and verify that they are in good order before using the pump.
5. Each time you plan to use the RANCHER, check for damage that may have occurred
during previous use. Notify your manager that the equipment requires repair.
Remember that damaged equipment can expose you to safety hazards.
Filling the Water Tank
Fill the tank directly through the water
tank opening or by drafting from an
auxiliary water source using the pump
(requires an optional 1-1/2” suction hose
and a footvalve).
Overboard
discharge
valve
Reel
valve Foam
valve
Recirculation
valve
To draft water (see Drafting connections)
and fill the tank from an auxiliary water
source:
1. Position the 3-way suction valve to
the overboard suction position.
Scotty foam
eductor
valve
2. Close all discharge valves and open
the recirculation valve.
3. Prime the pump (see Priming).
4. Start the engine.
Overboard
suction port
3-way
suction
valve
5. The pump will draft water from the
auxiliary source and fill the tank through the recirculation line.
6. Turn off the engine when the tank has been filled.
Drafting
Before you draft
Pumps should not be run dry, and therefore the pump end requires priming prior to
operation. Use this procedure if you are drafting water from an open tank or natural water
source.
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To maintain optimum performance from your pump, follow these recommendations for
selecting and installing your suction hose or pipe:
 Use the shortest length possible, i.e., place the pump as close to the water as
possible.
 Select reinforced crush resistant (non-collapsible) hose or pipe.
 Make sure that all pipes have air tight fittings.
 To avoid air locks, flexible hose should rise gently from the water source to the
suction/inlet port without excessive dips, bumps, sharp angles or rise in its lay.
 Pipes should be equal to or larger than the diameter of the suction/inlet port.
 Suction strainers should be fitted to prevent foreign matter from entering the
pump.
 Where practicable, the installation and use of a suction float will aid in the
performance of your pump, by keeping suction away from the debris on the
bottom of the dam or river.
 Ensure that the suction hose is completely submersed.
Limitations
Several factors can affect the pump’s ability to efficiently draft water. The following
limitations should be taken into account.
 Water temperatures above 35 °C (95 °F) can cause noticeable loss in pump
performance.
 Barometric pressures below 98 kPa (29 in of Hg) can also cause noticeable loss
in pump performance (specifically elevations >2000 feet above sea level).
 Pump performance curves are based off a 5 foot lift (top of water source to
impeller center). Lifts greater than 5 feet will decrease the pump’s performance.
 Hose and strainer sizes that are too restrictive can significantly decrease the
pump’s performance.
 Intake hose runs in excess of 10 feet can also reduce pump performance.
Drafting connections
1. Connect a suction hose to the overboard suction.
2. Install a footvalve suction strainer on the other end of the suction hose and place in
the water source.
Note:
To provide proper operation of the pump, the suction hose/strainer should be submerged
a minimum of 4 to 6 times the hose diameter into the water source.
DO NOT allow footvalve strainer to rest on bottom of lake or riverbed. Check strainer
frequently to make sure that it is not clogged with moss, leaves, etc.
DO NOT lift strainer from water while the pump is operating. Use a rope or other means to
keep strainer at proper height, approximately 1 foot (30 cm) below water surface. If
strainer is too close to the water surface, it will draw air and pump may lose prime.
Selecting Suction Mode
Position the 3-way valve to the desired suction port. If using the overboard suction,
connect the suction hose and footvalve strainer. Use a universal hose coupling wrench to
tighten coupling firmly.
Note:
If the RANCHER unit is equipped with a foam eductor system, close the foam eductor
valve prior to engine start by turning the adjustment knob counter clockwise.
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Priming the Pump
Use a WATERAX hand primer or jerk the hose to ensure that water has entered the pump
before starting the engine.
If the pump is primed from the tank through gravity, open the overboard discharge cap
and discharge valve and allow some water to flow out in order to relieve the system of any
air lock.
Startup and Discharge
Discharge hoses should be installed before starting the engine and priming the pump.
1. Fill fuel tank with recommended fuel grade.
Fill tank and securely replace cap.
2. Start the engine.
a. Open fuel valve.
b. Close/engage choke, if engine is cold.
c. Increase throttle past the idle position.
d. Position the ignition switch to the ON position.
e. Close all discharge and recirculation valves.
f.
Start engine: give starter rope a quick and
steady pull until engine starts.
g. Open/disengage choke.
h. Slightly open the recirculation valve. Water
should be recirculating back into the tank. If
there is no water recirculating, the pump has
not been fully primed. Re-prime the pump.
i.
Allow the engine to warm up for at least 2
minutes before using full throttle.
Note:
Leaving the pump running with all the discharge valves closed is called deadheading the
pump. The pump should not be left in this mode for more than a minute. Leaving in this
condition for any length of time will cause the pump to overheat and damage the pump.
To avoid overheating the pump, a re-circulation line (if provided) should be opened or a
discharge line left slightly open to allow fresh water to continue to enter the pump.
3. Discharge water.
Once the pump is primed, and with the engine running, you can begin to discharge water.
a. Slowly open the discharge valve.
To use the hose reel, slowly open the Reel valve and close the Overboard discharge
valves.
To us the overboard discharge, slowly open the Overboard discharge valve and close the
Reel and Recirculation valves.
If pressure does not build in the reel or discharge hose, the pump has not been fully
primed. The valve should be closed and the pump primed again.
b. Adjust the pump performance by throttling the engine up or down, or opening or closing discharge
valves at various positions, or any combination of the two.
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If the engine throttle is increased and the engine RPM increases without an increase in
pump pressure, the pump may be cavitating. Refer to the limitations listed at the
beginning of this section, and see the troubleshooting section for a verification checklist
and possible solutions.
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Scotty foam
eductor
valve
4. Apply foam (if applicable, and if equipped with the optional Scotty
Around the Pump foam eductor).
a. Ensure that the recirculation valve is closed when using foam.
b. Open the Scotty foam eductor valve to the desired eduction ratio.
c. Select the water discharge method. You can either discharge water
through the hose reel or through the discharge valve.
d. When you are done using the foam, be sure to flush the system
thoroughly for at least 2 minutes. To flush the Scotty foam eductor,
close the eductor valve and circulate fresh water through the
eductor.
Optional Foam System
Shutdown
1. After completing the pump operation, gradually reduce the engine RPM.
2. If equipped, close the foam eductor valve and pump out the water/foam mixture until
the water is clear.
3. Open the recirculation valve and slowly close the discharge valves. Allow the water to
circulate until the engine cools down.
4. Whenever the unit has been run at full throttle for most of the operation, allow the
valves to remain slightly open and run the engine at idle for approximately 2 minutes
before shutting down the unit.
5. If the unit is to be stored, move the fuel valve lever to the OFF position and wait for the
engine to stop. Otherwise, set the ignition switch to OFF position to shut down the
engine.
6. Close off the hydrant or water supply to the pump.
7. Open all valves to relieve any pressure left in the system.
Cold Weather Operation
The pump can be run in below freezing temperatures if certain precautions are taken to
avoid the formation of ice in the pump.
1. After priming the pump, the unit should be run at low speed for a short period of time to
allow all components to warm up before continuing with the remaining operating
procedures.
2. Unless wrapped in a heater, drain the pump of all water if it is stopped for any length of
time. The engine/drive unit should be turned over a few revolutions to make sure all
water has been removed from the pump. Drain the pump priming line if a primer has
been used.
3. After use, drain the pump, manifolds, and lines of all water. You can also pour some
antifreeze into the pump and circulate it through the pump and plumbing system.
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Basic Care and Storage
The basic care described in this section does not require any disassembly of the pump.
For any servicing procedures that require removing any part of the pump to access a
component, please see the Service section in the MINI-STRIKER Owner’s Manual.
WARNING: Before doing any maintenance to the pump, always ensure that the
equipment cannot be accidentally started. Follow any apparatus and/or departmental
procedures or guidelines in regards to locking out the equipment.
Regular maintenance
After each use:
1. Visually inspect the plumbing.
2. Check for any leaks.
3. Check for damaged plumbing.
4. Visually inspect the pump unit.
5. Make sure the mechanical rotary seal is not leaking.
6. Check the pump for external leaks.
7. Check the engine for leaks.
8. Clean any dirt or debris from the pump unit. If necessary, a mild soap and water
solution can be used.
9. Note and report any performance irregularities or any abnormal mechanical sounds.
10. Check all fluid levels and add as needed.
11. Make sure all necessary tools, spares, and accessories are with the pump.
Long-term storage
1. Completely drain the water tank of all water.
2. Completely drain the pump of all water.
3. Drain the carburetor. The engine can be run with the fuel valve lever in the OFF
position to drain the system.
4. Drain the fuel tank.
5. Close all valves and plug all openings.
6. Follow any other products, components, apparatus, and departmental procedures
and/or guidelines before placing the unit in storage.
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Troubleshooting
This section provides brief troubleshooting instructions for verifying the set-up and
operation of the RANCHER. Each section describes a condition and lists possible causes
along with a list of items to check to identify the source of the problem and resolve it.
Pump Loses Prime or Will Not Prime
Air Leaks
Attempt to locate and correct the air leaks by isolating each system component.
 Verify that the suction hose is in good condition and is properly tightened.
 Verify that the suction hose gasket is in good condition.
 Verify that all valves are closed
Air Trapped in
Suction (Pump
Intake) Line
 Check that no part of the suction hose or piping is higher than the pump intake.
Pump suction hose and piping must be laid out with a continuous decline to the
water source from the pump intake
Blocked or
Restricted
Intake Hose or
Strainer or
water tank
 Remove blockage from the intake hose or strainer or water tank.
 Strainer should not be sitting at the bottom of the water source where debris can
be picked up. Clean off the strainer and raise to a position that is off the bottom
of the water source (floating strainers are available).
 If the strainer is new, check that the strainer hole size is not too restrictive for the
demands of the pump.
Pump Suction
Lift
Requirements
are Too High
 DO NOT attempt pump lifts exceeding 11.5 feet (3.5 meters). Higher suction lifts
will negatively impact the flow rate and could lead to cavitation.
 As elevation increases above 2000 feet above sea level, maximum lift heights
will diminish. Check that the lift for the elevation the pump is being required to
operate at is achievable.
Pump Does Not Meet Performance
Gauge or
Instrument
Failure
 Check that all gauges are calibrated and that all equipment is in proper
condition. Nozzles with dented edges and bent or damaged pitot tubes will
produce faulty readings.
Blockage
 Check all hoses, tank, piping, etc. Remove any obstructions found.
 Check for debris wedged or caught in the impeller or diffusers. Remove any
obstructions found.
Insufficient
Power to the
Pump
 Check engine compression and complete engine repairs if required.
 An engine tune up may be needed to bring engine back to peak
performance.
 An engine will lose approximate 3.5% of its power per every 1000 feet above
sea level. If the elevation of operation was not considered when the unit was
selected, a unit of higher horsepower may be required to make the needed
performance.
Restriction
 If a new strainer and/or intake hose was purchased, check that they provide
adequate supply to the pump to meet the performance desired.
 If the pump was purchased used, check that the actual configuration will
achieve the desired performance. A WATERAX Inc. representative can be
contacted for assistance.
 Check pump lift. Refer to “Pump Loses Prime or Will Not Prime: Suction Lift
Too High” section.
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Pump Cavitating
Lift Too High
 Move pump closer to water source.
 Decrease pump’s intake hose length.
 Increase pump’s intake hose size (inner diameter).
Water
Temperature
 Water temperature may be too high. Water temperatures approaching 35°C
(95°F) or higher are likely to cavitate the pump. Decrease engine speed
and/or gate the discharge valve to decrease pump flow until the cavitating
stops.
 Locate a cooler water source.
Restrictions
 Refer to “Restrictions” in the “Pump Does Not Make Performance” section.
 Check that the bottom of the suction hose a minimum of 2 feet (0.6 meters)
from the bottom of the water source and correct if necessary.
 Check that the bottom of the suction hose/strainer is 4 to 6 times the hose
diameter below the water supply surface level and correct if necessary.
Engine Speed Too High for Required Capacity and Pressure
Air Leaks
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 Refer to “Pump Loses or Will Not Prime: Air Leak” section.
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Service
This section includes a parts list for the RANCHER skid unit.
Note: It is recommended that all fasteners be replaced with genuine WATERAX parts.
Parts Breakdown
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
(1/2)
14
15
16
17
13
18
12
11
8
9
19
10
20
21
29
22
30
23
31
24
34
25
35
32
33
26
36
27
28
ID
1
2
3
4
5
6
ITEM NO
800791
800738
700148
800719
800809
800731
12 800733
DESCRIPTION
PART-213 ADAP 3/4GHTM TO 3/4NPTM,BRASS
BAJ-V075 VALVE 3/4 NPT FEMALE,PLASTIC
PART-309 PRESSURE GAUGE 2-1/2" 0-160PSI
C-4067-5 ELBOW 1/4 NPT M. TO FEM
PART-264 REDUCER BUSHING 3/4"-1/4"BRASS
BAJ-RB150-075 REDUCER BUSHING
1.5"MPT*3/4FPT
BAJ-RN150-100 RED. NIPPLE 11/2 TO 1 NPT MALE
ADP-A-C15N HOSE CAP 1 1/2 NH
ADP-A-DM15PN 1.5 NPT M X 1.5 NST M ALUM
BAJ-V150 VALVE 1 1/2 NPT FEMALE,PLASTIC
ADP-A-FSM15S 1.5 NPSH FEM SWIV X 1.5 NPT
MALE ALU
BAJ-NIP150-SH SHORT NIPPLE 1 1/2" NPT MALE
7
8
9
10
11
800729
300525
300563
800723
300508
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
BAJ-CR150 CROSS 1 1/2" NPT FEMALE
BAJ-TEE100 TEE 1" NPT FEMALE
FAST-523 U-BOLT 5/16-18X1-3/4 SS
BAJ-NIP100-SH SHORT NIPPLE 1" NPT MALE
BAJ-EL100-90 ELBOW 90 DEG. 1" NPT FEMALE
FAST-502 LOCKWASHER 3/8 SPLIT ZINC
A-7586-2 WASHER 5/16 FLAT ZINC
C-6750-20 ADP 1/4" NPT M. TO 3/8" TUBE
800689
800727
800557
800734
800724
800512
800477
700635
14
QTY
2
3
1
1
1
1
ID
18
19
20
21
22
23
ITEM NO
800512
800477
700635
800826
800830
800821
DESCRIPTION
FAST-502 LOCKWASHER 3/8 SPLIT ZINC
A-7586-2 WASHER 5/16 FLAT ZINC
C-6750-20 ADP 1/4" NPT M. TO 3/8" TUBE
PART-39 ADP. 3/8" M. NPT TO TUBE
PART-133 ELBOW 90 DEG. 3/8NPT FEM TO M
PART-149 ELBOW 90 DEG. 3/8 NPT FEM
1
2
2
1
1
24
25
26
27
28
301068
800822
800820
600343
800833
FOAM PROPORTIONNER , HEX.RIGHT 30 GPM
PART-148 ADP. 3/8NPTM TO GHT FEM SWIVEL
PART-166 COUPLER GHT M. TO 3/8NPT M.
A-7555 ADP 1-1/2" NPT M TO NPSH FS - MAC
PART-129 COUPLER 1/4NPTM TO 3/8"BARB
1
2
1
1
2
29 800730
BAJ-RN100-075 RED. NIPPLE 1 TO 3/4 MNPT
3
1
2
2
2
1
10
4
1
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
BAJ-SL075-90 90 DEG STREET ELBOW 3/4"
PART-259 WIRE HOSE CLAMP, 1.25"X.110"ZC
BAJ-HB075-90 90 DEG. ADAP. 3/4 M. TO 3/4 B
A-7624 BRACKET FOR RANCHER,2012
BAJ-HB150 ADAP. 1 1/2 NPTM TO 1 1/2 BARB
BAJ-SL150-45 45 DEG STREET ELBOW 1 1/2
BAJ-V150SL VALVE 3-WAY, 1 1/2 NPT FEMALE
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
800728
800808
800701
700203
800736
800787
800722
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QTY
10
4
1
1
1
2
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38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
ID
37
38
39
40
41
42
ITEM NO
800713
800784
800395
700159
800430
800346
43 800725
44 800735
45 801295*
50
51
DESCRIPTION
BAJ-TF075 FLANGE 3/4" NPT FEMALE
PART-158 STEEL BAND RNCH65
FAST-570 NUT 3/8-16 HEX NYLON LOCK SS
TANKRNCH65 TANK RANCHER 65 GAL
F-4351-5 WASHER 3/8 FLAT SS
FAST-526 SCREW 3/8-16X2-3/4 HEX CAP ZINC
BAJ-TF150 FLANGE 1 1/2" NPT FEMALE
BAJ-HB150-90 90 DEG HOSE BARB 1 1/2" MALE
HAN-F1816-17-18LT MANUAL HAND CRANK
REEL RED
* 50 FEET RUBBER HOSE NOT INCLUDED
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QTY
1
2
4
1
8
4
53
ID
46
47
48
49
50
51
ITEM NO
800560
800562
700161
800347
800360
100092
1
52 800445
1
1
53 800810
-- 301059
--
301970
--
302476
DESCRIPTION
QTY
FAST-520 SCREW 3/8-16X1 HEX CAP ZINC
6
FAST-519 INSERT 3/8-16 PLAIN
4
B-7604 PRE-DRILLED POLY BASE RNCH65
1
FAST-527 SCREW M6X1.0X30 HEX CAP ZINC
4
12-38 LOCKWASHER 1/4 SPLIT SS
4
MINI-STRIKER MSTR-V FIRE PUMP 1-STG
1
GXH50 VEHICLE
FAST-735 SELF TAPPING SCREW #8X3/4
2
SQUARE FLAT SS
PART-267 GRIPPER CLIPS 3/4"FULLY COATED
2
4038-HF NOZZLE 1.5NPSH FOG/STR STREAM
1
50-100 GPM
4091 DOUBLE MALE CONNECTOR 1.5NPSH X
1
1.5NPSH
4076-34F REDUCER 1.5" NPSH FEMALE TO
1
GHT FEMALE
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Warranty
WHEREAS subject to the following general and specific terms and conditions, WATERAX Inc. (the “Seller”) hereby warrants to the
original purchaser of the products from WATERAX, (the “Purchaser”) that its products, including any pump parts products manufactured
by WATERAX (the “Products”) sold under Seller’s brands will be free of defects in material and workmanship for the applicable Warranty
Period (as set out in full at www.waterax.com/eng/warranty).
Product
4-Stroke Powered Pumps
2-Stroke Powered Pumps
Backpack Pumps
Skid Units
Control Panels, Electronics Manifolds
Genuine Parts
Warranty Period
Two (2) Years
Earlier of One (1) Year or
One hundred (100) run hours
One (1) Year
One (1) Year
One (1) Year
Ninety (90) Days
Coverage
Limited
Limited
Limited
Limited
Limited
Limited
1. Limitations, exclusions and other terms and conditions applicable for all Products:
a. The Warranty shall be voided upon the occurrence of any of the following events: (a) the Product is used for an application, with
products or in a manner other than the application, products and manner for which such Product is designed and intended; (b) the
Product is subjected to a use, service, condition or environment other than a use, service, condition or environment for which such
Product is designed and intended; (c) the Product is not properly installed by the Purchaser or its agent or representative; (d) the
Product is not properly tested and maintained in accordance with Seller’s product manuals and supplemental instructions and
guidelines, applicable industry standards and guidelines, and applicable legal and regulatory requirements; (e) the Product is
altered, modified, serviced (with the exception of routine maintenance performed in accordance with the Seller’s product manuals
and supplemental instructions as set out in full at www.waterax.com/eng/warranty, and industry accepted standards and
guidelines), or repaired by a person other than the Seller or a person authorized by the Seller to make such alteration or
modification or perform such service or repair; (f) the Seller is not paid the full amount of the purchase price for the Product when
due; (g) any bad faith invocation of a warranty claim or breach of a purchase agreement by the Purchaser.
b. The following are excluded from Warranty coverage: (a) non-defective parts worn, exhausted or consumed through normal usage
of the Product; (b) any consumable parts normally subject to routine replacement, including but not limited to pump packing, Orings, gaskets, intake screens, anodes or filters; (c) routine maintenance as specified and in accordance with the Seller’s product
manuals and supplemental instructions and guidelines as set out in full at www.waterax.com/eng/warranty; (d) failure due to
compliance with a specification or design provided or required by Purchaser; (e) failure due to improper operation, excess
pressure, excess voltage, abuse, misuse, negligence or accidents or other similar causes; (f) failure due to operator error; (g)
damage during or after shipment and failure attributable thereto or resulting there from; (h) failure attributable to or resulting from
the failure or substandard, inadequate or improper performance of any part, component or equipment not supplied by the Seller;
(i) failure attributable to or resulting from the failure or substandard, inadequate or improper performance of any third party part,
component, product or equipment, whether or not combined, packaged, incorporated, installed or used with a Seller brand part,
component, product or equipment.
2. Claim Procedure. The claim procedure applicable under this warranty, including any applicable notice and documentation
requirements, are set out in full at www.waterax.com/eng/warranty and constitute an essential term of this Warranty.
3. Repaired and Replacement Product. If requested to do so by the Purchaser the Seller may, at its sole option and in its sole
discretion, supply a replacement Product or part to the Purchaser prior to making a final determination as to whether Warranty
Coverage is available.
If the Seller ultimately determines that no Warranty Coverage is available for a Product claimed to be defective, the Purchaser shall
have the option of either (a) having the Product returned to it freight collect without repair or replacement; or (b) if Sell er determines
that the Product is repairable, have the Product repaired by Seller or another party designated by it on a time and materials basis at
Seller’s then current standard charges for non-warranty repairs and then returned to Purchaser freight collect. The Seller reserves the
right to use reconditioned parts for Warranty repairs and to use reconditioned Products for Warranty replacements. Repaired Product
and replacement Product shall be warranted only for the remainder of the original Warranty Period.
4. Limitation of Liability: SELLER’S WARRANTY AS SET FORTH HEREIN IS SELLER’S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE WARRANTY AND
IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ALL WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY, QUALITY, COURSE OF DEALING, USAGE OF TRADE, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND
NON-INFRINGEMENT. THE RIGHTS AND REMEDIES SET FORTH HEREIN ARE THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS AND
REMEDIES AGAINST SELLER, EXCEPT FOR THE SPECIFIC LIABILITIES AND OBLIGATIONS PROVIDED HEREIN, SELLER
SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY OR OBLIGATION WITH RESPECT TO ANY PRODUCT CLAIMED TO BE DEFECTIVE IN ANY
MANNER.
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WATERAX Inc.
6635 Henri-Bourassa W.
Montreal, QC H4R 1E1
TF 855-616-1818
T 514-637-1818
F 514-637-3985
info@WATERAX.com
www.WATERAX.com
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